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i-utes* \forking on 41 Straight Winfield Quarterback /'Â«/ C.haprnan WINFIELD AT A GLANCE Coach: Leon McCoy 1971 Record: 10-0 1972 Outlook: The Generals should be in contention for one of the four spots in the Class AA playoffs. 1972 Schedule c . 1 ,, ,Â· 1971 Score aept. 1 Hamlin. away 2 1-0 Sept. 8 Seth Sherman, home ...'.'.'.'.'.'...',.'.'.'.''.'.''."' [4$.$ Sept. 15 Ripley. home '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 21-20 Sept. 22 Guyan Valley, home .' 33.5 Sept. 29 Spencer, home ','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. !l9-0 Oct. 6 Hurricane, away 31-12 Oct. 13 Wahama. home rjjS-p Oct. 20 Buffalo of Putnam, home '.'.'.'.'.'.'.I'.'.'.'.'.'."" iS-0 Oct. 27 Griffithsville Duval, home '. 26-8 Nov. 10 Poca, awav 40.24 IS BUYING!!! fantastic demand 344-1671 Sept. 10,1972 WINFIELD-Coach Leon McCoy says his Winfield High "mini-brutes" have become the "maxi-brutes." "This is the biggest ball club we've had here,' 7 McCoy remarked. "We've had small teams before." In the past, the "small 1 Generals have stressed speec and a high-scoring offense to crank out 40 straight victories going into this season. This is a West Virginia high school record for most r e g u l a r season victories in a row. McCOY HIMSELF has a streak of 55 regular season games at Winfield which his teams have won. "1 feel fortunate to be able to work with kids like these." said the h u s k y McCoy, a standout center for Charleston High and Morris Harvey College in his playing days. " The Winfield coach called Brad Hodges (215 pounds) "one of the better tackles in the area. Our guards. David Payne (185) and Steve Wilkinson (185), are as good a pair as we've ever had here. "Buster Sovine (109) is solid at right tackle. Our center, Bob Cobb (2101, moved here from Sibsonville and he should really help us. Dana Buckley U90'and Mark Williams (195) are solid ends. Yes. I think our line is well set,'' McCoy added. THE GENERALS lost their top running back, Billy Coffman, by graduation. ""John Taylor la 165-pound senior halfback) should fill in for Coffman all right," McCoy believes. There are two Chapmans in the Winfield backfied. Senior Pat Chapman (155) is the quarterback and sophomore Norris Chapman (185) is the fullback. J. D. Ryder (a 175- pound senior) is the left half. Defensive starters include Bob Gobel (225) at defensive end, Scott Geyer (175) at middle guard, ferry Bannister (145) and Kenny Sandt (140) at half backs and Mike Foter (150) at safety. The Winfield team plays seven h o m e g a m e s t h i s season. The school has. spent $50,000 to improve its field and facilities and the stands can seat 5,000 fans. It's Mer Six... and You're The Man of Tiie Hour... Holy Matrimony. There's a new and exciting look for today's groom. And it's as versatile as he wants to be ~"" The Adventurer by After Six is a handsome longer three-button wedding coat You can rent it, complete with plain ' or fancy formal shirt, bow tie, and matching trousers... perfect for your evening ceremony. When you get married in an After Six, you're sure to catch your share of the bouquets CAPITOL TAILORS MEN'S FORMAL WIAR RENTALS 2 1 1 DUFFY ST. "Acroij From The Stole Capitol" Ph. 343-5341 or 344-4584 'sf It's Yours Free At Charleston Federal ead tills book peforeyousee the plays. Pick up your free copy of our Association. We're co-sponsoring the Monday Night Pro-Football Games on ABC Television. We know you'll be watching. And we know this free guide will add to your enjoyment of the games. You'll read scouting reports on oil the teams playing. Plus an analysis of key player match ups. Plus much more. Get your book now. ' J I Â±wuufi cum LMJH 1 320 Kanawha Blvd. E. Charleston, W. Va.