Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 92
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 92

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
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--August 24,1975 Sunday ,«*lf«-Wai/ ^SM:iffi^wsJS%;:%j BIG MOUNTAIN LIONS - Three veterans of the Charleston Mountain Lions' forward wall are these big standouts. From left, they are 6-2, 235-pound Warren Breckenridge, 6-2, 230-pound Mike Shamblin and 5-10, 205-pound Larry Green. CHS: Bone Breaks Or Good Breaks? I :* 1 Before The Game-After The Game · BREAD You'll remember! Made With Mama Lopez's Real Home Made Italian Pizza v 50 "' 6 ' Fresh Baked and Piping Hot With^ T } \*' .opez's Genuine Home-Made Italian / ' .~\y-S I _ VA/:J_ f\ :_~ _J u«_, i»', A , Jl \ i 7* Served Mama Lopez' Sauce and a Wide Choice of Items. It's A Meal By Itself! V 6"Ptualreod-70 (WSJ / \ ' 9"Piu a lre«a-95'l. I rJ-)^^; HAWY HOUR-4:30 to 7P JN, Ent« T A "Cwl One" HUnfcy thru V kst 3 Stacks Swt* CALL FOR FAST TAKE-OUT SERVICE! LOPETSGRIU 15SS East Wisfaitw St (At Eizabcth) Where The Snrts I Crowd Meets to Eat I Phone 342-8186 J The one for two. "The only breaks we got last season were broken bones," said Charleston High football coach Frank Vincent. After years of presiding over football feasts at Charleston High, Vincent and the Mountain Lions hit a famine last season such as neither the coach nor the school had seen before -- ten straight defeats. But Vincent, who is the only coach ever to direct three straight Class AAA state championship teams which he did at CHS during the 1968-69-70 seasons, feels the good old days are about to return after last season's winless campaign. "We lost a total of seven games last year by a touchdown or less," Vincent explained. "So we really weren't that bad. The kids know they could have won some games last year. So I think we'll be much better this year. We have a number of experienced players back and they want to win." Vincent is working with 12 returning regulars including quarterback Steve Stuck, halfbacks Donnie Wolfe, Dave Toler and Mike Ahwash and fullback Ben Green. "All of our returning backs are solid players," said Vincent. Vincent's main concern is the CHS line. "Our line is a question mark since we have so many inexperienced players there," said Vincent. "We have a lot of new kids but they are aggressive." ·Charleston FRANK VINCENT 14th Year: 86-39-4 1974: 0-10 1975 SCHEDULE Date - Opponent (74' Score) Site Aug. 29 -- Hoover (dnp) Away Sept. 12 - G. Washington (6-16)Home 20- Berkley (0-26) Home 26 - Stonewall (0-121 Home Oct. 3 - East Bank (6-14) Home 10 - South Chas. (dnp) Away 17 -- Parkersburg (0-50).... Away 25 - St. Albans (0-12) Awa'v 31 -- Logan (dnp) Home Nov. 7 - DuPont (8-14) Away Home games 8 p.m. Walton, Richwood Share Optimism I Bahama i - £- COACH: Marcus Rice (second year 2-8) 5C, 1974 RECORD: 2-8 X TOP RETURNEES: Rick Dye (E Sr £-· 6-0, 170). Marty Holbrook (HB, Sr.. 6-0, £.; 165), Scott Kebler (FB, Sr., 5-10. 185), ·~~ Dale Lewis (DE. Sr., 5-10, 170), Joe She- v-.'pard (T. Sr.. 6-0. 220), Terry Tucker (C, ^ ^ ; Sr, 6-0, 195), Tim Thompson (G, Jr., 5-10. ;-M80), Mike Goldsberry (QB, Jr., 5-11 150) I-"- TOP NEWCOMERS: Bret Holbrook (G, S;So.. 5-9, 160). Dwayne White. (G, So., 5-10, C 175). Tom Foreman (T, Jr., 6-0, 170). I; ": OUTLOOK: "A little brighter in many ;-;.t. ways" is the manner in which Coach Mar- £v cus Rice compares the coming season to ,:\his rookie year of coaching. "We're very ·^·optimistic." Rice says, "We have six iVmore returning lettermen than last year. 2^: "We have an experienced quarterback vj(Mike Goldsberry) with a real good arm, '.I'-'and better strength in the backfield. De- ';fensively we should be fairly sound." Rice C^says there is improvement in speed and £v.size, but there are still deficiencies in both ^·1' areas that must be overcome. rX 1 r. I'"' ,, ,,, MASON WAHAMA -..-: Aug. 30, Buffalo Pulnam, A; Sepl 5 Wayne H- 12 · ..federal HocKing. Ohio, A; 20, Duval, H a year older, smarter, bigger, meaner and better." WALTON Aug. 30, Pennsboro, A; Sept.6, Hamlin, H.; 13, Gilmer, A; 27, Van, H.; Oct, 4, Hannan, H; 10, Clay, A; IB, Parkersburg Catholic, A; 25, Buffalo Putnam, A; 31, Crum, A; Nov. 8, For) Gay, H. plyc'ekicken. WEBSTER COUNTY' Aug 29, Soulh Charleston; Sepl. 5, Nicholas Co , A - 12 Gauley Bridge, H; 19, Richwood, H; 26, Ansted A ; Oct 3 Lookout, A; 10, Braxlon, H; 17, Clay, A; 24, Pocahonlas H. 31, Montgomery, A. Webster Richwood Mountain Lions RETURNING REGULARS Pliytr P»«- V- Steve Stuck QB Jr. Donnie Wolfe HB Sr. Dave Toler HB Sr. Mike Ahwash HB Sr. Ben Green F B Jr. Bobby Jones C Sr. Mike Shamblin T Jr. Jerry Ware E Sr Jerry Adkins LB Sr. Warren Breckenridge T Jr. Kim Davila OHB Jr. Larry Green LB Sr. OTHER LETTERMEN PI«Y«r PBS - Yr Jay Meyers G J r George Hicks HB Jr. ' - · ipley, A; Nov. 7, SislersviMo 26 Racine " Calhoun Wo/ton COACH: Marvin Gothard (second year, 4-6) 1974 RECORD: 4-6 TOP RETURNEES: Kirt Hall (QB, Sr., 5-11, 165), John Perrine (C-LB, Sr., 5-11, 165). Mike Hughes (G-T, Sr., 6-0,210), Tim Leslie (T. Sr.. 6-1; 220), Bucky Snyder (HB, Sr., 5-6.155), Tim Hunter (C-DG, Jr., 5-10,180). Steve Skidmore (G-LB, Jr., 5-10, 170). Joe Morton (E-DHB, Sr., 6-1, 155). TOP NEWCOMERS: Mike Bonnett (FB-LB, So., 5-9,165), Eddy Sandy (E, So., 6-1, 180), Shannon Marple (QB-DHB, So., 6-0, 150). OUTLOOK: Coach Marvin Gothard is adopting a "wait and see" attitude about his team, since three of the first four games are with Class AAA opponents. "We have 34 boys out for football, including four regulars," said Gothard, "so we will not have depth and also lack team speed. Barring injuries we'll be a stronger team after we gain experience early in the season." Kirt Hall returns at quarterback after completing 43 per cent of his passes last year, scoring 102 points (he's also the TKCOACH: Ed McCall (second year, 1-9) ~ 1974 RECORD: 1-9 ?£ TOP RETURNEES: Walter Meadows ·£-HTB-LB, Sr.. 5-10,1751. Mark Swiger (QB- LB. Sr.. 5-11.165). Tony Wright (T-E. Jr.. ^'5-9.170). Tim Nida (E, Sr., 6-3.175). Terry !KHuffman (FB-S. So.. 5-11.170). Zack Sam- ·pples (G-T. Jr.. 5-10. 175):. Dave Armen- £- trout iTB-S. Sr..5-10. 155). fr-: TOP NEWCOMERS: Jeff McCroskey ;-iWB-S.. 5-8. 1401. Bill Cox (G. Jr.. 5-1). ~T:160l. "'"*", -;; OUTLOOK: Things are looking up at J,7 ; -Walton after last year's one win if for no £-' other reason than everyone is a year older, p notes Coach Ed McCall. "We took our s-licks with a young coaching staff and a *- .young team." he said. "This year we'll be Over «(} Drflerenl Tun Styles ?* Diflerenl Shul Styes all The NP« Looks HI. 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-B 6-2 5-7 5-10 Hr. 5-8 5-10 COACH: Carl Williams (second year, 5-5) 1974 RECORD: 5-5 TOP RETURNEES: Dennis Hinkle (HB, Sr., 5-10,165), Tim Rainey (FB, Sr., 5-9, 175), Albert Rodenbaugh (T-DE, Sr., 6-1, 225), Greg Skaggs (QB, Sr., 6-0, 165), Ed Bayless (QB-LB, Jr., 5-10, 175), A.B. Phillipps (T-K, Sr., 5-9, 200), Smokey Harris (T, Jr., 5-9, 230), Bill Phillips (G, Sr., 5-10, 165). TOP NEWCOMERS: Mark Rodebaugh (T, So., 5-8, 240), Richard Brown (T, So., 6-1, 220), Ken Bever (C, So., 5-10, 185). OUTLOOK: "You might think we're cocky. But we're not--we're confident," says Coach Carl Williams, who can only hope his team is enthusiastic about this season's prospects as he is. "I'm young (25) and stubborn," emphasized the second-year coach, "and I think we're going to win a few. I may eat crow but I don't like for my players to make excuses and I won't either." RICHWOOD Aug. 29. Greenbrier West, H; Sepl. 6, Clarksburg Washington Irving, H; 12, Madison, A; 19, Websler, A; U. Gauley Bridge, H; Oct. 3, Braxlon, A; 10, Greenbrier Lasl, A, 17, Pocahonlas, A.; 24, Monlgomery, H; 31, iummcrsvillp. 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