2 1 , 1975 2t The Progress-Index. Petersburg. Vo. Sunday, September Mat o a ca Romps By Greensville Â· ; :Â· n 'MATOACA-- Matoaca had a happy reunion Saturday night 'wjth;its offense! , '.Coach Dickie King and his Warriors took two games of scoreless frustration out on . -visiting Greensville to the tune of 48-0 for their first victory of the season. Matoaca also discovered a big-play offense as five plays, including four touchdowns, went for 35 yards or more. Dwight Brown set the tone for the evening, bolting 53 yards on the Warriors' second play for his first big gainer of the year. The rest of the offense wasn't far behind. After Ricky Ridout scored on a five-yard run, split end Harold Jefferson caught the first of his two TD receptions, a 48-yarder from Mike Walker. Jefferson also had a 38- yarder from Ridout. Jeremiah Thomas followed .with a 57.-yard run to set up his four-yard burst that made it 28- Unbeaten Gill Warriors RICHMOND Jody Underwood ran for 168 yards and three touchdowns Saturday to pace unbeaten Gill School to . a 42-0 romp over visiting Tidewater Academy. Underwood raced 56 yards for a Score on Gill's first play from scrimmage and added runs of 17 and 19 yards as the winners amassed 267 yards on the ground. "We spent the whole game trying to defense their option," said Tidewater coach Alvin Cheatham, "and I'm not sure we ever did." Tidewater actually gained more first downs than. Gill, but failed to score twice inside the Gill 10 despite rolling up 188 yards on offense. Tom Tresecki added touchdowns of 8 and 17 yards as Gill unned its record to 3-0. Ken Chesson and Bill Pond gained 57 and 48 yrads respectively to lead a balanced Tidewater ground game. , "They have a fine, fast club," remarked Cheatham. "It's easy to see why they are unbeaten." Cheatham cited two-way lineman Frank Keeter as one of the few bright spots for the Warriors. Tidewater returns home next Friday to host Frederick Military Academy. Q at halftime. Brown scored his second TD on a five-yard scamper, then connected with third-string quarterback Jeff Taylor on the night's longest play. Taylor, a 14-year-old calling his, first varsity play, hit the senior halfback on the Greensville 25. Brown then angled toward the far sidelines and outraced two defenders tot complete the 74-yard scoring; play. Greensville. mustered only one serious threat that eftded with a fumble on the Matoaca 12 as King had his first defensive Unit on the field at the final gun to preserve a shutout. Greensville 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Matoaca :...14 M 6 14--48 MAT--Brown, 53, run i (Jefferson, kick) MAT--Ridout, S, run (Jefferson/kick) MAT-Jetferson, 48, pass from Walker (kick failed) MAT--Thomas, 4, run (Brown, run) MAT--Brown, 5, run Â·rurt failed) MAT--Jefferson, 35, pass from Ridout (Walker, runt MAT--Brown, 74, pass from Taylor (run failed) By The Associated Press Maryland s John Schultz Leaps For First Down Against Tar Heels East Carolina Gitl Warriors Fir's! DoWris ...- 12 a Yards Rushing 178 267 Yards passing 16 0 Total Yards 188 267 Passes 1-7-0 0-1-0 Penalties 1-5 1-15 Fumbles : losf ...2-1 0-0 Punts... X-29 2-26 Tidewater .0 o 0 0--0 GiilSchool'.. 21 7 7 7--42 GILL--UnderWood, -56. run (long, kick) .GILL--TicsectO, 8, run (Long, kick) GILL--Ticsecki, 17, run (Long, kick) GILL--UnderWood, 10, run (Long, kickl GILL--Gray, 25, run (Long, kick) GILL--Underwood, 19, rUn (Long, kick) GREENVILLE, N.C. (AP)After East Carolina's top two quarterbacks failed to get the offense moving, third-string quarterback Pete Conaty went to the helm to lead ECU to a 20--0 college football victory over William and Mary Saturay night. Neither offense appeared as if it would Work at all in the first quarter, and William and Mary never did operate a good, consistent offense as it dropped a Southern Conference league contest. ' Wheti Conaty entered the game, his Pirates Were ofl their own 40 yard line. After two incomplete passes, he connected With Willie Hawkins for a 30 yard gain. Then a pitchoUt to Hawkins and the running tore around left end and ran 30 yards for a touchdown to give ECU a 7-0 halftime lead. With 7:52 left in the third quarter, the Pirates capped an 84 yard drive on the 17th play as a Conaty nine yard touchdown pass.was caught fay sophomore wide receiver Terry Gallaher. ECU'S final touchdown came in the fourth quarter after Pirates' linebacker Emerson Pickett swiped a Paul Kruis throw and took it 19 yards down to the Indian two yard line. ECU faltered at first, with a fumble at the snap and two incomplete passes on subsequent plays. Then, on fourth down and goal to go from the three, Conaty hit Gallaher for a College Southern Conference score. William afid Mary succeeded in getting into Pirate territory only twice, to the 46 yard line in the third quarter and to the 47 in the final quarter. That best penetration by the Indians as Well as other drives, were interrupted at key points by holding violations against the Indians. Though being penalized for fewer yards that the Pirates, William and Mary, was hurt rrsore. "We've got to open holes for our runners without holding. We've got to block for our passing game without holding," said William and Mary Head Coach Jim Root. "East Carolina just bottled us up. Every time we got the ball it was just a long way to get to the goal line," he saidi Appalachian 19, Wake Forest 17 WINSTON-SALE'M, Â· N.C. (AP)--Gary Davis zooted a 26- yard field goal with five seconds to play Saturday night to give Appalachian State of the Southern Conference a 19-17 victory over Wake Forest of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Waue Forest, upset winner over North Carolina .State a week ago, had taken-the lead with less than five minutes ..to play on a 14-yard pass. Colgate 16, The Citadel 0 HAMILTON, N.Y. (AP) -S o p h o m o r e - J e r r y Andrewlavage connected on three field goals to help give. Colgate a'16-0 shutout over The Citadel in college football Saturday. . ' N " Andrewlavage scored on , boots from 29 and 3p yards in; each of the first two -!quarters and; added a 37-yard- kick midway through the final period, giving Colgate a 9-0 lead. Chargers Take Second SCOREBOARD Jichmond 77, Furman 21 South Carolina 14, Duke 16 Georgia 38, Mississippi St 6 Kansas U, Kentucky 10 Army Si, Lehigh 32 Boston. Colfege 27, Temple 9 ' Colgate 16, Citadel 0 Northeastern 21, Rhode Island 1Â« Syracuse 10, Iowa 7 VIHanoya 14, Toledo 10 Bowling Green 14. S Mississippi 14 Michigan State 14, Miami, Ohio 13 Ohio State 17, Penn State 9 Bloomsburg 9, Lock Haven 8 Coast. Guard U, Rensselaer 22 Grove City 21, Delaware Val 6 Indiana U, Pa. 10, Corfland State t Ithaca 33, Albany St, NY 0 , Massachusetts 10, Maine 0 Middtebury 28, Colby College 20 St Lawrence 23, Bates College 0 Upsala College 20, Swarthmore 14 Wittenberg 14, Delaware 8 Maryland 34, North Carolina 7 West Kentucky 24,'Illinois St Univ 14 Alma College U, Hfram College 7 Defiance Col 7, Adrian 3 Drake Uhiv 31, Louisville 7 Iowa State 17, Air Forie 12 " Kansas St Unlv 32, Wichita State 0 Minnesota 38; West Michigan 0 Nebraska 45, Indiana 0 Notre Dame 17, Purdue 0 Ohio 10, Ball State 0 Oklahoma 46, Pittsburgh 10 Oklahoma State 20, Arkansas 63 Otterbein Col 24, Kenyon College 0 Wisconsin 48, Stufh Dakota 7 Albright 14, Lycoming'Col 0 American Infl 13, West Chester 9 Clarion College 17, Wilkes College 7 C. W. Post-IB, Ashland 3 Â·Franklin Mar 24, Hamilton Col 7 Junfata College 9, Denison Univ 7 Navy 55, Connecticut 7 New Haven Col 13, Curry College 7 Plattsburg St 7, Norwich Univ 6 Rutgers 47, Bucknell 3 Snippensburg 21,.Kutztown 0 Wesleyan 2i, Southern Conn 14 Westminster, Pa 28, Susquehanna 0 Wldener College It, Lebanon Valley Centre College 28, Maryvllle Col 21 Georgia Tech 38, Miami, Fla 23 Shepherd Col 16, Randolph-Macon 14 KHnsas St Unlv 18, Wichita State 0 Msriofta Col 28, Capital Univ 14 Michigan 19, Stanford 19 Iwrth Michigan (7, Cent Michigan 16 Northwestern 10, Northern Illinois 3 Livingstone Col 21, Federal City a Nlcholls St 30, Framingham S Norfolk State 9 Fayetteville 7 Tenri U, .Martin 23, SE Louisiana 7 Albion 40, Manchester 8 Carthage Col 24, Elmhurst Col 13 Central Col towa 21, Ferris State 17 Cornell College 14, Beloit College 7 Dubuque 14, Eureka College 14 Earlham Col 7, Principle Col 3 Evansvllie 3, Franklin Col 14 Grlnnell Col 41, Lake Forest 20 Hamllne Uriiv 3, Concord, Moorhd 2 Hlllsdale.Col 37, Olivet College 11 Indiana Central 9, Wabash 8, Indiana State 23, Southern Illinois 21 Jamestown 35, Rocky Mountain 14 Milton College 35, Lakeland Col 3 Missouri 30, Illinois 20 Rochester 21, Washington, Mo. 7 St John's, Minn. 14; St Olaf College 14 St Norbert 27. Wis. Stevens Pt 24 Taylor 16, Wilmington Col 14 Valparaiso 35; Luther College 8 Wayne SI, Mich 42, St Joseph's, Ind. Wlnona State 54, SW Minnesota 0 WIs. Eau Claire 21, Wis, Oslikosh U Wis. LaCrosse 27, WIs. Platlevllle 7 WIs. Whitewater 28, Stout State B Colo State Unlv 21, Brigtiam Young 17 Texas 27, Washington 10 West Virginia 28, California 10 Allegheny 26, Case Western 0 Dickinson Col 7, Moravian Col 7 Lafayette 7, Kings Point 3 Mansfield St 21, Oswego St, N Y 0 Springfield 16, Central Conn St 8 Bowie State 37, Frostburg State 0 Elizabeth City )5, Petersburg St 14 Hampden-Sydney 17, Sewanee 6 Kentucky State 16; ToWson State 7 St Paul's Col 21, Bridgewater, Va 0 Waynesburg 0, West Liberty 0 Augustana, 111. 21, Mlllikin Univ 20 DePauw Univ 32, Ohio Wesleyan 14 John Carroll 21, Bethany, Kans 14 Kent State 17, Virginia Tech 11 Mount Union 28, Woosfer 7 North Dakota 36, Augustana, S D 34 NW Col, Iowa 38, Buena Vista 21 Wartburg lp,,Coe Cotleae 7 McMurry Col 17, Panhandle State 8 Colorado 27, Wyoming 10 Colorado College 9, Yankton 7 Cheyney State 26, Sefon Hall 6 Hobart College 55, Rocheste Tech 37 Muhlenberg 41, West Maryland 0 NY Tech 10, Kean 0 Niagara Unlv 16, Scranton Unlv 0 Thlel College 20, Carnegie-Mellon 14 Trenton State 33, Wm Paterson 6 Wagner 14,- Gettysburg Col 7 Alcorn A8.M 33, Delaware State 7 Hampton lnst*12, Shaw 8 No Carolina St 8, Florida 7 Virginia 22, Virginia Military 21 Dakota St Col 57, Black Hills St 20 Graceland Col 33, Monmouih Cot 22 Kalamazoo,Col 10, North'Central t Sioux Falls 15, Huron College 10 So Dakota Tech 12, Dakota Wesley : Jackson State 29, Prairie View 13 Ft Lewis Col 39, West Montana 14 Idaho 22, Northern Arizona 12 Nevada, Reno 36, Willamette 14 Northern Colt 21, Western St Colo 10 Portland State 37, Central Wash St 3 Southern Oregon 24, Lewis Clark 14 Westminst, Utah 27, Carroll. Mont 7 Cheyney State 26, Seton Hall 6 Hobart College 55, Rochester Tech 37 Muhlenberg 41, West Maryland 0 NY Tech 10, Kean 0 Niagara Univ 16, Scranton Univ 0 Thlel College 20, Carnegie-Mellon 14 Trenton State 33, Wm Paterson 6 Wagner 14, Gettysburg Col 7 Alcorn A*.M 33, Delaware State 7 Hampton Inst 12, Shaw 8 No Carolina St 8, Florida 7 Virginia 22, Virginia' Military 21 Dakota St Col 57, Black Hills St 20 Graceland Col 33, Monmouth Col 22 Kalamazoo Co! 10, North Central 6 Sioux Falls 15, Huron College 10 So Dakota Tech 12, Dakota Wesley 2 Jackson State 29, Prairie View 13 Ft Lewis Col 39, West Montana 14 Idaho 22, Northern Arizona 12 Nevada, Reno 36, Willamette 14 Northern Colo 21, Western St Colo 10 Portland State 37, Central Wash St 3 Southern Oregon 24, Lewis J, Clark 14 Westminst, Utah 27, Carroll, Mont. 7 Tulane 14, Mississippi 3 . NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Quarterback Buddy Gilbeft connected on touchdown passes of 52 and six yards Saturday night to lead Tulane to a 14-3 victory over the University of Mississippi in a football game marked by tough defense. LYNCHBURG -- Host Eastern Mennonite scored a pair of goals and blanked Bollingbrook to win its Kickoff Soccer Tournament Saturday. The Chargers, finishing second, placed goalie Billy Rowland, and backs Doug Cash, Lee Seward, Wayne Bergen and Wes Eure on the All-Tourney team. It was the first loss for the Chargers in three games and they will host Barry Robinson Wednesday at four. Coach Scott Huthin'son was also pleased with the play of Lunsford Johnson', Bobby McEweeh and Chuck Moseley. In their Friday game, the Chargers rolled to a 3-0 victory over DeMatha of- Washington, D. C.. ' Bergen scored in the first five .minutes of the contest and Jerry Smith mad v e it 2-0 at the half. Moseley capped scoring with a penalty kick in the second half. Â· \ Young goal keeper Rowland recorded his second shutout of the season with the help of some solid play by the Bollingbrook fullbacks. ; Â·,, Mennonite put on a 'powerful show in crushing normally strong Ashvilie of North Carolina 9-1 in its opening game. AUTO SERVICE SPECIALS OFFICIAL VIRGINIA INSPECTION STATION No.3505 When Thinking of Dining Out, Thin(c of Prep By The Associated Press T. C. Williams 20, George Marshall 7 Â· . Irclon 6, Fairmont Heights, Md. 0 O'Connell 7, Norfolk Catholic 0 Denbigh 0, Tabb 0, tie Hampton 33, Menchville 13 Phoebus 28, Hampton JV o Maioaca Â«, Greensville County 0 handle/ 7 Broad Run 6 Gale Clfy 21, Marlon 14 Richlanefc 18, Grdharn 7 Orewry Mason 6, Chatham 2 Rustburg 27, Liberty 0 New Kent 19, Middlesex 0 Hampton Roads Academy 7, King William 6 Lebanon 7, Saltvllle 0 Honaker .12, Garden 6 Norton 42* Pound 20 Masiianuiien Military U, Newport Mews Apprentice 0 Norfolk Academy 4S, Chrlstchurch 6 Benedlctln* 13. Sf. 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He showed his punting skill''in the .closing seconds of the second period when he punted 63 yards to the Tar Heel seven. Again in the third, he kicked 52 yards into the Tar Heel end zone and added a 45-yarder in the fourth period. The sophomore kicking performance came after Maryland and NortK Carolina swapped offsetting touchdowns in the first two and a half ' minutes of play. The Tar Heels got their Score when Jamie Franklin fumbled on the first play from scrimmage .and. Bobby., trott recovered for the Tar "Heels on the Maryland 24., Three --plays :Uater, quarterback Billy Paschall passed 20 yards to Charlie Williams for ; the score. Moments later the Tar Heel rooters were stunned : when John Schultz took the ehsuing kickoff t and scampered 92 yards to the Tar Heel two. . Three plays later Tim Wilson pluriged one yard for the score, S.Carolina 24, Duke 16 DURHAM; .N.C. . AP.)Quarterback Jeff Grantz- kept for two touchdowns a n d . engineered another by Clarence Â·Williams as South Carolina Â·rolled to a 24--16 victory over Duke Saturday afternoon. South Carolina dominated most of the game, forcing turnovers and 'frequently halting the Blue Devils' attack at key points. From midway through the second .quarter and most of the third'quarter offensive attacks of both teams sparkled. But in .the fourth quarter the defenses began-to slow down the vigorous attacks from both sides. South Carolina., sealed its victory with less then three minutes to play when Jacyn Adamski intercepted a Mike Dunn pass..Unable to move the ball, the Gamecocks called in Bobby Marino who kicked a 34 yard field goal. Grantz - claimed the Â·. Gamecocks' first touchdown by diving over "the line from the ACC one after a 60 yard march downfield-in 11- plays on their first possession- That scoring drive was 'set up by an eight yard Grantz pass to Randy Chastain and a 14 yard pass to Williams, Alabama 56, Clemson 0 TUSCALOOSA,' Ala. (AP-Gus White and Woodrow Lowe led/a reckless Alabama defense .that stopped Clemson "cold, while the Crimson Tide offense rolled up a 56-0 football victory Saturday night. Fourteenth-ranked Alabama, getting its Wishbone untracked after an opening loss to Missouri, romped to a 35-0 halftime lead while compiling .270 yards of offense to only 52 for Clemson, and poured in the substitutes in .the second half. Mar/k Prudhorhme blocked Clemson's first punt'for a safety and then quarterbacks Richard' Todd and Robert Fraley directed and :eight-runner attack that got 145 first-quarter yards and two touchdowns without a pass. Three more scores in the second period put Clemson away. 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