The News from Friendswood, Texas on November 10, 1977 · Page 13
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November 10, 1977

The News from Friendswood, Texas · Page 13

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ilersHostTC :ui ;j* • f^m As season Ends !>Ku?8» row night with -wffl?'Sl??»afe SSfc&ffHSS&W- . ICAUO ».»ijf ouugarees somepasslnethmnm i« «mr . JJ"™ a »ngs Is f KWn?« do'5'S^nTr * SP^SB fa* So far the Oilers have dropped district clashes ft' whilebeatingAlvinand '*» la Marque. -' The only trouble Is -' 1 Texas City also has 4«».ten La Marque and would like to add Pear- ^WdI toi the list so they i can be the ones to finish idSstrlct ' B °° SeaS ° n ta ?»er Coach Leon Watura expects a [physical game be big Stlngarees n -. B °y» Cro «« Country Team Win. Second PEARLAND - The Oiler boys cross country, team placed second Saturday in a meet at La Marque. Dickinson won the meet, followed by Pearland and Galveston. Terry Schuelke placed Mwnd tor Pearland with Eric Palm, Boyd g&p- Craig Smajstrla. Eddie Baca and Juan Almanza also placing well. The Oiler JVs also placed second with Lester Carson coming In ninth and Anthony Thornhlll, Handel Buchanan, Domingo Martinez ;,and Billy Carter also'placlng. Next week Pearland will participate In a Dickinson sponsored race and on tho 18th will run in the district meet in La Marque. Roughnecks Win Eighth Stop Galveston 16-12 On Last Minute Pass ' $ PEARLAND - The /, Intermediate School t Roughnecks won their ,? eighth straight game 1C last week, beating I-. Galveston. 16-12, on a \ last minute pass play by / quarterback Keith ', Shepherd. i, Pearland's Albert ( Reyes -recovered a Gal- iv. ri veston fumble on the 40 ||f>Z5T d ]. 1 ! ne .to !?t UP the Conyers made the PAT on. a three yard run to put Pearland in the Galveston scored once In the second quarter and then put another six points on the board In the third quarter to take the lead, 12-8. With 54 seconds left in the .game, Conyers c ,•;*,""*."* re .* v if* "v "" caught a 36 yard touch- K Roughnecks first scor- down-pass from She? ; r -mg3®lve In the first terd aid Senobto Lopez £• quarter. . added two more points V Reyes also made the V TD. coming across from after run to give Pear- on a three yard point . rom after run to give Pear•) the one yard line. John^land the final edge. 16-12. Shepherd carried the ball five times for 11 yards and completed six of ten pass attempts for 85 yards and a touchdown. He also recovered a Galveston fumble to set up the last Roughneck tally. Lopez rolled up 65 yards in 12 carries; Reyes had 44 In 14 carries; and Conyers bad six carries for 25 yards. Conyers punted three tunes for an average of 39 yards. (/ u 'I H en it 1*4 > l*t n (u *< UpsetPld Fros/i, Jrs,Srs,Lose Teams Season Finale LOCAL-The Friends- wArid Colts ended their ,seaEon.wlth one win and Irasjjosses to the Pearland Roustabouts in Pearland on Saturday. Freshman team out with a bang, the ball down lea they finally the ball over, only Inches for a . Irst down, the istabouts got only play off-an inter- ptlon to Colt Mike ioore. That put the 'tense back In action lain, but after an i teammate Jeff the Colts could not pick up their pre- vfouB mfrmpTit^mi and the .Roustabouts won the' game, 25-0. Tostado was .found to nave a bruised shoulder and elbow after X-rays were taken. Quarterback Moore did an outstanding job Si season wlthbacks Sean DeBorde, Rory Crump, Wayne Barlow, Tostado, and Billy CosOe-working hard carrying the ball. Paul JU-rthfaume. Mark -, Cesielski, Chris '. 1- Huddleston. Richard ; ' Dauglrd. ••> Jeffrey . VjJQlrousdard and Jon • f<KHchel played well for • She Colts. , , 9 Coyle and Moore led • - vhe -team in tackles in ^Saturday's game with gBarlow, Berthlaume, p, Richard i Pete Maul, Ray- i& Beken, Jimbo ley and Joel Grace itberingmany tackles. Italian! recovered a land fumble close ic goal line. U Sophomores Colt Sophomores it together a great '"' effort to upset ind. 7-6, and be- only the second turn to beat the Rousta- bouts'this season. The Colt offense ground out 102 yards and first downs, while the fired- up defensive "animals" David Rollen, John Burdsal. Ralph Bush, Grant Girouard, Erin Btzzell. Colin Kerr, Keith Crews, Spencer Taylor, and Joe McElya held the Roustabouts to only three first downs. The Roustabouts scored late In the first half but the Colts denied them the crucial PAT. The Colts' first possession of the second half started on the Pearland 32 yard line and ten plays later, Stuart Berthlaume scored on a one yard quarterback sneak. Berthlaume then ran a keeper around end for winning conversion. Pearland had three more possessions but the aroused Colt defense preserved the victory. . Coach Steil praised the bard running of Chris Brown, Dewey Porter, danny Tostado, and John Walichowski. Also cited for outstanding play were offensive linemen Chris Burt, James To'rnabene. Tim Davis, Scotty Fiedler, Ricky Cuevas, Dan Gattls. Gary Womack. James McRill and Andy Ryan. Kerry, Burdsal and Brown recovered' Roustabout fumbles and Tostado intercepted- a pass to accound tot four turnovers to the Colts. Colt Juniors The Colt Juniors lost their final game of the season to a well coached Pearland team, 144. The Colts were unable to mount sustained drives necessary to move the ball and had only two first downs to Pearland's seven, both achieved in the second half. The Colt defensive. work was good, work- big most of the game from inside their own 20 yard line. Todd Hefner, R. J. Mehnert, Ross Crump, Trey Hocking, Adam Sharp, Kelly Harris, Kevin Heer, Greg Beken, Chris Ellis, Daron Jonfesj Brian Gerlich, Jeff^fioblnson, Joel Michael-and Darrel Dolson accumulated 61 tackles and assists In defensive duty. Dolson picked off a Roustabout pass as well. Colt offensive linemen Joel Gamble, Jack Haynes, Steven Jones, Larry Kltchel, Brian Nowak. Scott Hefner. Todd Schwendeman and Mark Goodman worked hard at opening holes In a tough Roustabout defense. Colt Seniors In their final game of the season, the Colt Senior team made a showing before to a fine Pearland about team by the score of, 6-0. The Pearland team kicked off to open the game and with the aid of the wind, the ball went Into the end zone. The bad field position eventually cost Frlendswood a safety and a touchdown In the first half and Pearland had an, 8fO. lead at halftlme. : I The Colt Seniors were able to shut the Roustabout offense down in the second half with some good defensive play led . by William Rollen, Brad 'Reid, Scott Manchaca, Larry Fly, Clay Tiller, and Nell Harvey. The Colt offense, although unable to put points on the board against the Roustabout defense, were able to move the ball more successfully In the second half, racking up several first downs on the running of Eddie Beken, Scott Manchaca, and William Rollen. k Ht-r'*-'?^ 1 ''! '• * lfl<». %fi«K«s- •^ >• TEXAN and Chief Juniors this game while Pearland took sfe— — Fwd Junior Chiefs Take Second FRIENDSWOOD The Chief's Junior defense gave up only 13 points In six conference games'and a total of 31 •(pptivts'for tho eight- game season to take second place In their conference with a 5-1 record. The Chief's lost to the conference champion Segemont Cowboys . three weeks ago by one point. The Junior Chiefs ended their season play Saturday with a, 16-0, win over the Pearland Texans. The initial Chief drive come to a grinding halt after the first seven plays but was kept alive on a recovered Texan fumble by Tim Hcngst on the punt. Good runs by Bryon Stephens and Jay Williams and a Vaughn to Hengst pass got the ball to the Pearland seven yard line. Stephens then took the ball over on a well executed counter play. A Ricky Vaughn to Hengst pass made the score, 8-0. John Yancey scored the final two points when the Pearland quarterback was sacked 'in the end zone by , >Wllllams and David • Cochran. The Chief offense gained 68 yards on the ground and 79 In the air. Ricky Vaughn completed 8 of 15 passed with three Interceptions. Receivers were Stephens, Yancey, Honest and Williams The Chief defense held the Texans scoreless. Tim Hcngst. David Rhoades, Tommy Crook and David Wagester each recovered Texan fumbles after hard tackles by team mates. Gerald Roquc led the defense, followed by Williams, David Cochran, MlkeGerlach, John Yancey, Cody Smart and David Wagester. The Sophomore Chiefs saw their bid for a co-championship ended when the undefeated Pearland Texans stopped them, 254. The loss dropped the Chiefs to third place In the conference with a season record of 5-3. The hard hitting contest was closer than the score Indicated. Behind 12-0, the Chlef'offettse was moving In the second quarter when an offside penalty called back a long touchdown run. From that point on, the Chiefs never threatened the conference champions. Good defensive performances were noted by Doug Oshel, Bryan Franko, Mark Zeltler, Mike Todd. The offense was led by fine blocking from lineman Scott Parker, Richard Osborne, Mike Blake, Tad Coble, and backs Robert Martinez and Carey Lege. Coaches, Alton Todd, Bud Osborne, Ken Brumfleld and Ken Kram were proud of the effort put forth by each team member all season. The Freshmen Chiefs lost, 12-0. The offense was moving the ball, but just couldn't get It over the goal line. Bay Area Champs Texan Sophmores Advance To Finals PEARLAND - The Pearland Texan Sophomores shut out the Frlendswood Chiefs, 254, Saturday to win the Bay Area teague soph championship with nine wins and no losses. The Texan Sophs rolled up 214 points over the season to a scant 37 for their opponents. The Texans will meet the Jerry Erwin League soph champs hi Sugarland's Kempler Stadium on November 10. Texan freshman and senior teams also beat the Chiefs while the juniors dropped their game, 16-0. SOPHOMORES: James Mllstcad scored first for the Texans on a 50 yard run. Roy Agullar made the next tally on a 42 yard run. Mllstead came In again on a 20 yard run and Rene Agullar made the final TO on a 25 yard run. Mllstead added the PAT on the last touchdown. Coach E. R Mllstead credits quarterback Roy Agullar (60 pounds soaking wet) he says with leading the sophomores "super" offense this year. Adding punch to the Texans offensive effort were Mllstead at right halfback; Chris David, center (also "super" says his coach); Randy Rlmel at fullback; Kevin Doriss at left halfback; and linemen Kenny Castro, Clinton Stevens, David Cross, Carlos Cavazos, James Adame and Adam Parrlsher. The stingy Texan defenders were Randy Garcia. John Chandley, Alan McKeon. Joseph Campbell Mark Olson. Keith Malone, Rene Agullar, Don Rives, John Brader, Dwayne •Sheftier, Jimmy Oee and Scott Soland. Sophomore head coach Mllstead Is aided by assistant coaches Camllo Castro and Cookie Savell and trainer Mike Campbell. FRESHMEN: Kent McLeod set up the first TO of the frosh's, 12-0. win over the Chiefs with a 40 yard tun to Friendswood's five yard line. Quarterback Bobby Posten carried the ball In for the score. Pearland's second TO came on a 10 yard run by Tommy Beard In the last two minutes of the Coaches credited defender Pat Dando with an especially strong game. Also play- Ing well for thf defense were Pat Kelly, Emllto Reyes, Skipper Thomas, Mario VlUareal and Daniel Herrerra. The freshmen finished the season with a 5-4 record. SENIORS: The Seniors won their game, 13-0, to make their season record 54. The first half of the game was a scoreless tie as both defenses held well, but Chris Montemayor opened the game up for Pearland as he returned the second half Uckof f 76 yards for a touchdown. Les Carter scored the second TD after Montemayor returned a Chief punt to the Friendswood three yard line. Chris Doriss added the extra point. Texan Senior coach Hughie Raney said he Is very proud of his whole team as they turned around from a losing season last year to play better than 600 ball this year. JUNIORS: The Juniors lost their gome, 16-0, over what Coach Roy Hogg calls a "vastly improved Chief tenm" The Texans beat the Chiefs, 12-0, In their first meeting this year. This time around the Chiefs put together two touchdowns, a two point conveslon and a safety to beat the Texans. Corey Mitchell carried the ball five times for 10 yards for Pearland; Russell Greer carried 10 for 16: Casey Lcvett carried four for eight yards; and quarterback Jeff Adams toted three times for 11 yards. Lovctt also completed a 10 yard pass to Adams. Leading tacklers for the Texan juniors were Robert Blckford, Mitchell. Keith Moore and Eddie Bejarano. The Juniors finished the season with a 4-5 record. Cross Country Girls Place Fifth In In Meet PEARLAND • The Oiler cross country girl's track team placed fifth in a 13 team meet at La Marque. Katby Sullivan came in sixth and Stella DeLaCruz 19th for Pearland. They competed In a field of 90 runners. Friday the Oilers compete at Alief. Next Thursday they run In the district meet in La Marque at 3 p.m. ENROLL NOW FOR FALL CLASSES OLYMPIC STYLE GYMNASTICS TUMBLING TRAMPOLINE APPARATUS.. Competitive Team ' (Tiyouts Required) INSTRUCTION FOR BOYS & GIRLS 3 YRS. TO ADULTS gymnastic. — associates FRIENDSWOOD AREA Near Captains Corner Shopping Center 407 LAURELDRIVE for information call our main office 668-6001

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