The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on November 26, 1965 · 19
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ENID,1 PONCA Plainsmen Pin Lawton, 7-6 THE DAILY ORXAHOAtAN Friday, Nov. 26, 1965 19 when fMiid tL Game in Figures Broken Bow Nips Seminole lt.v Volne.v Meeuo Stuff Writer KNID Knid's Plainsmen picked off a Lawton pass just before intermission and boomed 51 yards in a four-play race with the clock to score the touchdown which produced a 7-6 triumph and trip to the state Class AAA finals as S,-J08 Thanksgiving afternoon fans watched. Reserve quarterback Cecil Johnson's extra point-boot was tiie difference as Alvin Duke's Plainsmen moved within one victory of their second straight state championship. f-awinn was presenter! a li-l) lead in the first quarter ale Moll, who later was to be the i passing hero of the deciding touchdown drive, fumbled a eniajpunt on his 10 and Wolverine I" 'Robert Blackburn recovered 3-Jjon the one. 7"l Fullback Rick Bald ridge, "jwho totaled 77 yards on 24 'rushes, rammed over on third down. Van James' exit ra point try was wide to the left 7:53 into the fray. ; A successful James plaee-iment might have made the Volverines feel worse, with each team notching two pen-! Kilt iKKN BOW Brukenjefrations, Enid would have! How ntade two third-quarter won on first downs, 13-7. i touchdowns stand up lor a. ,, . 2H-13 victory over Seminole, 1 1,0 Plainsmen, now 30-1. in quarterfinals of the state;01!1 rushd the Wolverines. Class A plavoffs Thursday who f,nished 8'3- by 165-117. night. ' in a rugged duel between the 7. '.- ,. , . , 'state's first and fourth rated halftime lead before Broke nn"'r,s' , ,. j I here were only five pass! r ; .,, I completions during the gnmej sFSS8r. '-ind Enid had all the best of Hu?i!i4"Trqp 773 ,Jf !l upstairs scuffling. Hnlt! ptitV Vflrdi""! j.,1 , hit end Bob Bridges twice! f S!5S"3m bv o j for a total of 37 yards during j r.irdi pcn.iiiicd ss the game-turning foray. j And the Plainsmen inter-! pied two Lawton tosses at J itiea times. The first theft 'rolled into the is Bruce Newton's just be-i high school football semifi- n r., . , 'fore the half. The second I na Is Thursday night with its en Bow's first TD 'on a two"1 was ,inebacker Rodd' T.a-:; 12. h cousecut ive victory, but ard run and Rickey FikeF0Urse's three minutosj Ardn.orc Douglass gave the Enid 21. of Friday ' ' ; iWi'iisaaii gam n until mtcrm.sston, gelling T). Outlaws. that possession on the Enid 4S Lompt.rl fo, With 1:21 remaining. scoring W or mcr ' I mil me Wolverines decid- eiL'hl lime- trailed at hall- Ufii'1i?rjpd to throw a "homh" ;inrl itltim,. r-i; -,,rl a,.,,-,-, rj. alter intercepting a Broken jexploded in their faces. jC. after three minutes of the Bow pass on the 50 and dnv- Quarterback John Kitchens' second half. J".6. ywitrd in lit plays, long heave was intercepted! But a punishing ground ick.e Reed went over fromjby Newton, who careened attack, led bv 185-pound full-the three, but a run for the j ,nrk . v.h-Hb t,-, ih r -r,.t, i nl(,n '19. Italic its toll on the Dragons, After an incomplete pass, and Weleetka was able to sub fullback Steve Hamil Iconic from behind CITY HIT hi linn mi 1 1 mmm tm ' Nebraska's Ted Vactor intercepts a Sooner pass intended for Gordon Brown 187). AAA FINALS McLain Jolted For 561 Yards y Kay Soldan Staff Wriler TULSA Versatile Ponca City smashed into the stati Class AAA football finals by amassing 561 yards to thumj Tulsa McLain, 48-28, Thursday night before 8.000 in LaFor tune Stadium. The Poncans never punted, scoring si touchdown: and as many two-point conversions. One Wildcat drive wa; halted on downs alter reaching the McLain two and losi fumbles stopped the Poncans four other times. Bill Currens' Wildcats are equally potent on the ground and through the air and Thursday did the major damage by rushing. They accumulated 466 yards bv that manner with halfback Lynn j Moore ripping for 187 yards; Game ; n;aures 18 carries and fullback I . . pwh McUair Odell Lawson powering for t s Weleetka, 26-13 .;!!. driving r another in Taylor the conversion to make it 8-1 V. Taylor scored the Broken Bow touchdown Uy Doug Todd Staff Writer AKD.MOKH Weleetka Class C the1 ing, Lawton had nurse its 6-0 advantage d the Agers scored from there Jesse Sattwhitc kicked tht extra point and the underdog Dragons were ahead. 7-6. They took up where they left oft after receiving the second half kickoff and marched 62 yards in six-plays the big one Robert's 50 yard romp to the Weleet- iie winner: ka seven - and Luster ! Sahna-i sneaks the final few inches the semi-lfor the 13-6 touchdown. Weleetka needed just sev- vno nan es while Some in Figures etcetka Doualss; points regain the lead. Pugh went over left tackle for the final eight, Joe Carter made a diving catch of Har.jo's conversion pass, and the Outlaws were ahead for good. 14-13. with 5:32 left in i the third quarter. They made it 20-13 midway nd through the final period after Lonnie O'Neal intercepted a Douglass pass and returned it 30 yards to the losers' 36. Pugh carried six straight times from there, his last effort good for four yards and a touchdown. Weleetka added its final touchdown on a two-yard plunge by Pugh 23 seconds from the finish. WELEETKA 24, AROMORE DOUG. another 139 in 20 attempts Moore scored three of the Ponca City touchdowns and passed for a fourth. He opened the scoring with a nine-yard end sweep which capped a 61-yard drive. His other scoring dashes covered 15 and 73 yards in the fourth quarter alter Mciain nart narrowed the gap to 32-22. Moore's touchdown pass was for 28 yards to end Jim Gillock with just 1:05 left in the half. It padded the Pon ca lead to 24-8 and took full advantage of a McLain gamble 47 seconds earlier when it ran and failed on a fourth-and-two play from its 42. The other Ponca City touchdowns came on five-yard runs by Buddy Robertson and Larry Hernandez. Battling McLain found its offense wrapped up entirely in junior Les Rogers, the Magic Empire Conference scoring leader. 13-31 Pofeau Pops Dewey, 19-14 P O TEAL Poteau swirled 46 yards in nine plays to .score with 2:30 left for a 19-14 victory over Dewey in the state Class A quarterfinals Thursday night. Halfback Jerry Garner, who gained 177 yards on 28 Rogers caught a 52-yard scoring aerial from quarter back Buz Tyner on the first offensive play following Pon ca City's opening touchdown. It was a short flare pass which Ropers turned into sK- 7 'o iiPoinis by jerking his should ers free from a defender and speeding the distance. Tyner then passed to Lar- in the Rush Springs Gains .on version left Seminol point behind. Rood scored Seminole's first touchdown 4:20 into the second period on a one-yard BROKEN BOW 2 OCU Neffers Prevail in Texas CORPUS CHRIST!, Texas Richard Perry and Dave Dinelle of Oklahoma City University won second-round matches Thursday after drawing byes in the first round of the Corpus Christ! Thanksgiving Open tennis tournament. Perry defeated Jim Cnla-j way of Houston, 6-0, 6-0, andl Dinelle shut out Ed Adam of Chicago, G-0,6-0. Gene Land of Muskogee (No seed) defeated David Davies of Ilotislon in a first-round match, 0-0. 6-1, as Bill Harris, Trinity (No. 1 seed) and Jim Parker, Rice (No. 2 seed) won initial matches. OCU MEN'S SINGLES raund Rosier Oabnnv, OCU, e Pugh sc. three Out la and led nil I'll yards in 26 l!l of his clmrg Douglass tine ci inlermissnm. Csr; slammed 10 yards and i was first down with 47 sec nnds to go. Holt passed IE yards to Bridges then pulled ine nigger again with Bridges making a grab oi the four. Fullback Skip Hen noha, who had 77 yards on 20 arries, hammered across on first down with only nine seconds to spare and John son's kick put Enid in front for good. Knid almost fumbled ilsclf into defeat early in second half, halfback Richard Scal-ing's bobble being claimed! by Lawton 's Arthur Partnn on the Enid 21. A fumble rolled the Wolverines out to the 24 and Jim MeDougle's "'"' field goal try from the 31 .. u'r w:,s was short and to the left. '"', tIu;,r1f 1 Lawton got a chance with " , ' ight and a half minutes re- b J'10 ." maining. With Kitchens com- , 1 rush. : l!y John lliiie.s , ! Staff Writer lrtr. 'j THOMAS Rush Springs i j scored the tying touchdown j I late in the fourth quarter touchdowns i, hen held an upset-minded Thomas team at the Red skin 2S to advance into the state Class C semifinals next week with a 5-3 edge in penetrations after the two teams battled to a 20-20 tie before Kdwnrd Srmi who!''111 overflow crowd nere d 14 times for 00 yards Thanksgiving afternoon, aught a 51-vard ' pass Thomas, which entered the for Weloetka's first touch- game with a 5-5 record and down. was unrated, took the lead on idinc Doutrlass L'round-(lhreP different occasions, but Game in Figures needed for a. first-and- carries for Poteau. scored the winning touchdown on a five-yard run to cap a drive that started after the two teams exchanged punts. Dewey had taken a 14-11 lead seven minutes earlier, driving 72 yards in 10 plays with 190-pound fullback Mike Warwick romping through tackle the last 30 yards. Quarterback David Cole passed to end Ralph Jones for the conversion. Poieau drew first blood, I to we vi into the gamer inald Roberts with 91 yard in 11 tries. The Dragons closed On fullback Reg-Itlw Redskins caught them an goal equal number of times, the the with an 8-3 pleting two passes for 20 yards and Baldridge blazing V' c"'v 19 on five tries, the Wolver- , , . , ines drove to the 21 but La- w I 'm,m'k Course 1H Mh , .,.. . kcd for o cent a nai I IJ'OCI a pass which ENin t lAvurnu gathered in at ab Lwt!w too o and took the rest lkw Brtiarirtcm i run (kick Enm Henneha 4 run (Jnhnsi Thomas outgained Rush Springs, 27" yards to 176, but the Redskins reached pene- score in the (ration territory on two oc- out Weleetka easions when they did not wo plays to score and further checked early in the U)lf, Terriers with three pass tftor a Doug- interceptions. Two pass I straight up thefts came by defensive i on the Cut- right half Gary Jones also ran thr? Redskin offense Bill HaijoL-u quarterback and scored yard, men the tying touchdown, Mill! 8 with 5:55 left in the open g quarter. JIcLain fell behind, 32-S, before ever again mounting a Late in the third quarter Rogers began connecting on passes as a tail- Iback on a spread formation Thomas got only (emDloved bv the Scots three yards to the 28 on pnsslthroughout most of the sec- Fumbiej loir i-ii I piays. ana on lourtn down;ond half. Yarai pen"Tc6 . jo .islfiedskin defensive left tackle Jack Porter tackled Roof at! KoRew connected on I. Springs had a first-and-goal. the 30 as the Terrier quar- liS,-s in 1,le fi"!l1 lwo P01"' After he reenvereH hiv nwn tcrback tried to run after ds for 221 yards and three fumble on the first nlav at ! finding receivers covered, touchdowns. the 10. Jones hit Coyle on a .,Thc lU,m dskins. Rogers fired to end Dick week, will take n 10-1-1 rec- from 40 and 10 yards out and ord into the semis against I pegged the ball 50 yards in the winner of the Fridnyllhc air to complete a 53-yard night Soiling-Garber game. ITD strike to halfback Larry Ru,hs!dnR,NGS THM6AV'L?ojByrd. Byrd also caught a 51- ThfhVm-Vflughn "n ' o'- Irom V? R? ' v; "d p.TSS Which Set Up the WRusRhUuncnvi, km,, rrt,m'jm, fhuil McLain touchdown. ,rhnm-w'. Root i run (run miihcii Ponca City will take a 10- ?hom-vUflueoiln ru Vom' w. Root game winning streak and a Ru!h-jonij t run (run laiirdi 10-2 record into the Class i Junior College Basketball AAA "na!s aK;' ' " s ' ni()! garden city tourney next week. Enid, No. 1 on I ramcrnn 9i. oarSm ?" 76 the final Daily Oklahomani Sin iniim, rtmiii & fiiihterui. kin. 5. ranKings. drilled no. '-im- isiiing Ponca City, 40-13, in pass to the four. The R skin quarterback then cut in side left tackle for the dead locking score with three minutes to go. Albert Hutchi son stopped an attempted conversion run short of tiie Thomas then recovered an st with three minutes left. onsidps kick at midfieItj amJ drove to the Rush Springs 31 for a first down, as Roof hit right half Mike McNeill for a 12-yard pass on the left side on fourth down with throe rv Moore for the conversion , , b ... ,.J . . . which leveled the score at 8- 5?- - the four and running for the conversion. Two 15-yard penalties aided the Pirate drive in which Garner carried six times for 40 yards. Dewey took the ensuing kickoff and went 65 yards in 11 plays to score as Cole mpered the last 10 yards a sneak. A run for the I conversion failed. Poieau stretched its lead to 11-6 just before the half as 155-pound end Larry Tttftin kicked a 15-yard field goal his first of the season after a 77-yard Pirate drive stalled on the Dewey 10. Dewey threatened in the third quarter, driving to the Poteau 10 before a fumble slopped it. POTEAU If DEWEY 14 -iTufiin is rr, Thomas drove 67 yard "12 plays at the outset of the r.. .uj ,Ji """ i" loijie a 4ii-x Douelass m,' K,,.l, lwui- take the lead Ifi seeonHi Quarterback Woody Roof from halftime after Hershr Turner's pass to Michael I. uster carried 39 yard; the Weleelka 1hree. Donald AA Semis Tonight More high school football playoff action Is in store for state fans Friday night, nine games scheduled to conclude the first heavy week of post-season activity. Class AA semifinal collisions involving the state's four top-rated teams in that class are Friday night's main attractions. No. 1-rnnked Alms (9-1) entertains No. 3-ranked Stillwater (8-3) at 7:30 p.m. and No. 2-ranked Ada (8-3) hosts No. 4-rankcd Broken Arrow (8-1-1) at 8 p.m. The winners square off next week for the state championship. Site of the liile game xvill he decided after the rosults are Class A powerhouse Clinton place its hopes on the line at G U will 3-1) at 7:30 p.m. Clinton is ranked first in A, having lost only to Altus. and Guymon is ranked sixth. It's a quarterfinal game. At least one of Class Bs five remaining unbeaten teams will fall by the wayside Kridny night in quarlerfinal action. No. 2-ranked Hominy (U-0 entertains No. 3-rankod Bixhy (11-0) at 7:30 p.m. Top-ranked Wynne-wood (11-0) hosts Bethany (7-3-1) at 7:30 p.m., fourth-rated Stigler (11-0) meets Wagoner (9-2) in Muskogee at R p.m., and Beaver (9-0) entertains Carnegie (10-1 ) at 7:30 p.m. In Class C quarterfinals. Soiling (114), second) hosts (Jarber (10-.1 third) at 7:30 p.m. and Salina (10-1) is at Barmdall (9-1-1) at 7:30 p.m. passed over the middle to right end Gary Vaughn, who caught it just a step into the zone to complete the second successful 13-yard touchdown pass play between the pair. A conversion pass failed at S:27. Tluh Spring cam hack on the ensuing kickoff, right half Monte Bruner returning the kick 27 yards to his 42. Rush Springs covered the remaining as yarns tn io plays, A key down for the Redskins was a fourth-and-six from ihe Thomas 23 with 14:15 remaining when .Tones I passed to end Joe Coyle in the right flat for seven yarns to the 16. As Coyle was about to be tackled, he later-alrd to Bruner for six morej yards. j A personal foul hy Thomas Ion this play moved the ball, I to the five, where Rush! .'iH W.v. . - ' - '. PC- Tulsa Trims Blazers, 4-0 the season opener. Tulsa Mel-iin, loaded with juniors and probably a year away from its peak, concludes its first conference championship season with a 6-3-1 record. PONCA CITY 4, McLAIN McLain '". hob l?" -2a RoBfrtson 5 run (Robertson Gillock, II, onsi from Moore II -Bvra 53 oim from KaOfrr ( -iiofEway"7o ' mmF"' Sooner Beaten In Seniors Golf CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 goal from short range on a follow-up of a shot launched by center Dnn Johnson, who had taken a pass from Flett in front of the Blazer cage. Gary Veneruzzo got the last Tulsa goal unassisted with ll:5fi Kane in the final period and after the fight which had left both teams with only four men on the co for four minutes. . TULSA 4, BLAZERS Oklahoma Citv: noal Norri ; Oll.clal ma?!. ' 'ftonrr"" i r? its 0ietd OU qertrbeic Sen Caq'm slump on bnch (tt ling gam wjfh an injury. PINKHL'RST, N. C. ( Al' ) "'(johrJS! Defending olwmmons "Twri 'ilni Dexter Daniels and Dr. John 7 Vut?iW : Mercer won four of the last ; """k'J. seven holes Thursday for n 3 v? and 2 victory over Inw Smt jUaldeman of Chicago and' Paul Dickinson of Ardmore.j British Champ Wins jOkln. in the quarterfinals of; Ci:rIKK. Wi.ies (AIM the World Seniors Fourhall ;nnM,h Kmpite weltenve.ght golf tournament, ,. h ;, m p , n Rrian Cun ii Daniels, of Wilder H, rv m hc! a bl,xiy. 12-round Kla.. and Mercer, of Santso-; tt hnK vH knockout over Jta. Fin., turned even. htit.Samm M, Spadden of So,,;-i Daniels started the winning land Thursday niight in a idrive with a birdie at the -wheduted Ground eham-,30,h- pionship hout.

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