The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 13, 1959 · Page 8
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Pagetl FACTS and Brazoria Countjf, Texas, Sun., geptemt'^'18,1989 TWO ID'S Iff FINAL SffX -AUNUTIS .** Black Cats Claw T.- BILLY HICHAHD3ON F«cfi Sporti Staff Bay City's lightning - quick Black Cats provided toe .answers to two big questions here Friday night, while upending the Angleton Wildcats by a 80-7 margin. First, the Black Cats proved they are every bit as good as the experts say. You can look :for them to be one of the top powers in the 3-A position this fall |fired-up charges played th« Second they proved that the Black Cats down to the wir« ' can be *' before hopelessly losing any hahce of a comeback midway n the final period. The score was still only 14-7 oing into the final, six mliv Angleton Wildcats tourh team ; > season — certainly a lot better ball club than last night's score indicates. For it Is unlikely that Angleton will face another team this year that will match up to the powerful 3-A Bay City entry, ranked number four in the state. Still, Coach Hermpn Moore's Program Thin ... , Two Games On Jr. Card israzoria County's Junior High football schedule is somewhat thin this week as only i j the Freeport Redskins and An- :;;j |leton Wildkittens have games "I booked. •; , ! Freeport will try to get on the winning trail by traveling ! to Texas City for a 6:30 p.m. : contest, while Angleton goes ' tfter victory number two in a 'i road date to Deer Park. This ,' ... game starts at 7:30. '• Three games were unfolded .'''• in the Junior High circles last I Thursday with Lake Jackson }' roiling over Palacios, 34-14, ; Angleton beating Clear Creek, 18-8, and Freeoort losing to Galveston, 16-14. Lake Jackson takes things e-'v this week witv> -- ooen date and the same holds true for Sweeny. Clute will not open their season until Sept. 24 when they trav ' to T*ay City for a conference round. Other league openers on Sept. 24 will find Lake J-"*son going over to Sweenv r—1 Angle- ten playing host to ^'vin. In Lake Jason's victory over Pp'sclns. F'--ets McCain and Mike Tracv. a oair of speedy halfbacks, both accounted for two touchdpwns. McCain went 3R yards for one score and then took a oass from quarterback Royce Woods for 25 yards and another six points. Usihfi the "bin" olay, Tracy skinned 30 yards for a TD on a dive play and then used P reverse to scoot 40 yards and score. Woods triggered his second TD pass of the night to end Bo Burris. The pass and run covered some 40 yards. Freeport's scoring was done by Scotty Smith, who went 18 yards to climax a 60-yard-drive n the 2nd quarter. Kenneth Bargainer wrapped up n«otheir drive with a 12-yard 3ash. A tumble on the extra point attempt after the second score probably cost Freeport a tie. George Phillips and Pat Heffernan shared the scoring honors for Angleton in their 16-8 victory over Clear Creek Phillips, who- also got four noints following the TD's, wen 25 yards for one score am HeJfernan raced 12 yards for the other six-pointer. then: Bay City a short 33-yard ites of play, ashed in on ouchdown dflve that put them jut of reach. The Black Cats cored their final touchdown with just one minute, 24 »ec- nds remaining in the game, fter the issue had already seen decided, as far. as Ahgle- on was concerned. The statistics bear • out the loseness of the game. Angleton ead in .-the first downs 15-14, but Bay City held a slight edge n rushing with 250 yards to Anftleton's 224. The big difference was in passing, where Bay City com- rteted three of six attempts for 14 yards, while Angleton connected on three of nine tries 'or jast' 19 yards. Angleton was again plagued by - fumbles, losing the ball three .times. One of the fumbles came on the Bay City one- foot Hne, and halted a scorine drive that might have proved the spark the Wildcats needed to.win. Both teams lost a lot of yardage on penalties, but Bay City didn't fumble a single time. 'Angleton dominated the first half of play with its crunch" strong came ing ground game and defense, but Bay City * * * Statistics Tossup In Anqleton-Bay City Game ANGLETON WILDCAT-BAY CITY BLACK .CAT CAME STATISTICS back after the intermission and jtole the play from the Wildcats in the second half. Angleton scored first, consuming most of the first quar- er with a 75-yard march that ook 18 plays. The Wildcats, [rinding out short yardage, drove for five straight first towns before Fullback Barry C—r finally capped the -drive >y taking a pitchout from Quarterback Kenneth Green and cut over his own right ackle for the final five yards to pay dirt. Rickie Scott booted the extra point, and Angleton led 7-0 with just 24 seconds remaining in the first period. Bay City took the ensuing tickoff and came right back up the- field to score. Bay City Quarterback Jan Morris found Jim Loos, fleet Black Cat half- hack, behind Angleton's defenders with a 44-yard pass to the Wildcat two. On the next play, Loos skirted left end for the touchdown, and the Black Cat speedster duplicated the feat to add the two-point conversion that set Bay City off to an 8-7 lead, with 10 minutes left in the second quarter. Angleton came back to move the ball 55 yards on another scorine march that fizzled out when Kerr fumbled on the Bay City one-foot line. Ariel" ton was camned on the Bay City Firit Downs Pallet Attempted Pa»e> Completed" Panes Intercepted Yardt Patting Puntt- and Yard* PenBltiet ./ .,-•.. Fumblet Fumbles Loit Yards Ruining ^ Total Net Yardt Angleton • : ' -.11 0 18 3 for 32.0 t for 40 224 141 Bar City 14 6 3 1 M J for 31.0 8 for 40 0 . 0 250 314 Bay City 33, and tne bait Went over on down*. . From that point, S»y City marched all th« w«y to the Angleton one-foot line, where Loos was stopped on fourth down just short of the Angleton goal. Angleton took over, and Robert Duettt punted 24 yards And out of bounds on the Wildcat 33. It was at this point that Bay City put the game on ice, moving the 33-yard distance in 11 plays. v v' Fullback Sonny Holloway spearheaded the game ^v deciding touchdown drtyej «nd crashed over center )f,or the final yard to pay dirt. Norris found Loos in the end zone with a short pass that added the two extra points, and put Bay City ahead S2-7, with five minutes, 42 Sefc'ondj malning in'the gamfr Gofors Romp, 42-8 ... five with second down soal to go, when Korr tackled hard and the and was ball squirted loose, and was grabbed by Bay Citv's C. C. Willis on the one-foot line. Bay City punte8 out on the first down, and the Wildcats cam» chareine hack for a second try at the Blick Cat goal. Only this time, the drive fell short when a back pitchout lost.six yards, and the Wildcats couldn't make a first down from the Bay City eight- yard line as the first half ended. . A fumble by Green on his own 33-yard lUs XA up Bay City'? third ctuarter touchdown. The Black Cats capitalized oh the break,.and moved the 43- vard; distance In eight plays. Loos again proved the big '•ainer, sprinting 12 yards to sel up the TD, before Larry Sanders darted around right end for the"> "final' eight yards and the tally. Loos was smothered on an attempt to run over the extra points, and Bay City led 14-7 midway in the third period. Angleton took the kickoff anc moved 35 yards into Bay City territory, but the Wildcats fail- Sweeny Loses To Dickinson Dickinson's Gators, big and powerful, romped past Sweeny, 2-8, last night in a non-dls- rlct football match played In Mckinson. The loss for Ed Waggoner's Sweeny grldders was number wo as they were shaded by Tort Bend, 8-6, in last week's opener. On the other side, BUI Duncan's Gators have now won .wo in a row. The Gators smashed Humble, 32-13, last week in an opening test. Scoring on the "home run" play, with such things as a 65- yard punt return, a 40 yard screen pass and others, the Gators piled Up a' 26-0 halftime margin and then coasted. Sweeny cracked the scoring ice in the opening series of the second half by driving 75 yards > score. .- . ' • • '•• The six points came on a six yard pass from quarterback Dean Thomas to halfback Bobby Barfield. End Hay Harwell hauled in a Thomas pass for the two points. Thomas, who was injured in the Fort Bend game, played in only one series of plays, last night and that was. when he directed the • Bulldogs .to touchdown. The smooth working left- hander had hit Harwell with a 76-yard scoring toss in - their opener with Fort Bend; . During the rest of the Dickinson game, the Gators^'ppstec a sturdy defense andjusetflheir speedy but powerfui'{fbacks plus some good passing to dump the visiting Bulldogs. From the defeat,at son, the 'Dogs now point to Schulenburg and their, third straight road trip. After the Schulenburg session, • Waggoner will return home with his Bulldogs'for a ed to make a. first down on the non-district scrap with Colum- That will end the non-league atd, bringing up Wharton in le first 26-AA date of the year, he Wharton game will layed on the road, giving weeny four road games in heir first five scraps. With Thomas out of-the llne- P, Waggoner will go with Hoy tockman at the man-under ole. ; However, Thomas is due return to the .squad ready or full time duty this week. Joining Thomas or Barfield the backfield Will be haU- acks Barfield, Billy Wheeler, A Burt and Tubby Meadors, while Vernon Carter and erman Thirl Autrey are due o log time at the fullback spot. Such linemen as Harwell, ohn Parker, Kenny Smith, HIT Scruggs, Carl Erfundt, Buzz Ogden, John Moers, Denis Galloway, Jerry Lankfbrd atid others win be playing. HARD RUNNING Barry Kerr, Angleton fullback and middle linebackor defensive whU, got the only icore for the Wildcaii last night in ihair 30-7 defeat at lh* hind* of AAA Bay Citr. Kerr fix pbinier cam* : n the first quarter of play.' NOW...ISO IS OPEN IN FREEPORT TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER :t * ' ' r. 102 2ND ST. WHICH DO YOU PREFER? Brazosport Quarterback Club Meets On Monday Planned for ^7:30 p.m., the first meeting of the Brazosport Shippers . BUYING A NEW CAR IS ONE THING! PROPER FINANCING ANOTHER SEE A DEALER FOR YOUR CAR, SEE US FOR YOUR BUDGET! ; You can finance your new car as economically aa possi: ble. See us for a low - cost auto loan. Easy payment installments to best suit your budget. Choose your own insurance agent too! 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Walker, passed to end Don Hynds for the two points making the score, 21-14, with a full quarter to play. However, the teams exchang ed punts most of the final per 'od. with Jones adding a safety to fatten their margin to a 23-14 count. The Ships were backed up to their own 21 when the <?ame ended. That's chapter one of the 1959 senson. The second reading eomes Friday when Lufkin comes into town. luarterback Club will be stag- d'on Monday, Sept. 14,-at the enior High School Cafeteria; The game film of Brazos iorfs Friday opener against esse 'Jones, which was played n Houston, will be the feature ttraction. In addtion to the film, Ex- icrter Head Coach Harden Cooper will make a brief scout report on the Shippers next game, which will be a home data with Lufkin. T. C. Seiman, the 1959-60 Quarterback Club president announced the Monday meeting. The present QB Club will no only support Exporter football but all types of athletics in the entire Brazosport system. 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