The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 16, 1959 · Page 11
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Brazosport and Brazorla County, Texas Wed., Sept. 16,1959 THIS BBAZOSPOftf FACTl, Page 11 County Roundup.... Clute Jrs. Open Here One home game and two out- of-town dates Is '•how the Thursday night Junior^ High football schedule:for Brazorla County clubs look. The single home attraction, which was planned only recently, will find Clute hosting Palaclos in a non-district con 1 test. ' Other games will send Freeport over to Texas City and Anglcton making the hop to Deer Park. Both the Clute-Palaclos ani: Angleton-Deer Park games will start at 7:30 p.m., .while the Freeport game in Texas City gets underway at 6:30 p.m Sweeny to catch the Pups in conference round. After a 16-8 non-district opening victory over Clear Creek, the Angleton Wlldklt- tens hope to make it two in a row at the expense of Deer Park. The county seat Kittens draw Alvin In a league opener on Sept. 24. Most of the Junior High outfits will close out conference play on Nov. 8. Freeport, Lake Jackson and Angleton are the top ranked teams in the seven-team Gulf Coast Junior High conference. Backed up by the running A'special feature has been|of halfbacks Mike Tracy and added at Clute along with their Palaclos opener. Brazosport Athletic Director H. E. Hopper announced that the dedication of Clute's new football field would bo made at halftlme. School and athletic officials from, both the Brazosport ays tern and Clute Junior High will .fee featured on the halftime ' program For the Clute Cougars, Bill Morrow will have Donnle Peters and Bill Warren working at the quarterback role, while Roger Carpenter is due to start at fullback. Other key roles will bo held down by Harley McDougal, Skcets McCain, along with the passing of quarterback Royce Woods, the Lake Jackson Panthers had little trouble in beat- Ing Palacios, 34-14, last — eek in an opening test. Reagan On Saturday Biazosport's junior Varsity football team, fresh from an 80 victory over Jesse Jones last week, will wait until Saturday Lynn Brandstetter and Truman ! morning, Sept. 19, for their Franks. Following the Palacios game, the Cougars will move Into league play in the Gulf Coast Junior High Conference by next test. Harden Cooper, head coacn of the Exporters, announced that the JV's would play Reagan in Houston at 10:30 a.m. .on traveling to Bay City on Sept.'g a t un jay. 24. I All the Exporters that do not Freeport will be gunning for their first victory after taking a 16-14 loss at Galveston last Thursday, Roy Anderson's Redsk 1 n s have an open date after this week's Texas City game in order to get ready for their loop opener with Lake Jackson on Oct. 1st, which will be playing in LJ. Lake Jackson, which smashed Palacios, 34-14 last week, will take a rest this Thursday but storm into league play on Sept. 24 by making the trip to Stamford Battles A AA Cleburne see game service against Luf- kln on Friday night, minus the seniors, will make the trip to Houston for the Reagan game. The Exporter varsity and JV's hold workouts together and Cooper's varsity were due to battle Lufkln In their home opener on Friday night at Hoper Field. The Saturday morning game, which will be played at Reagan High School, will be the last JV action until Oct. 1st when hey open loop play with Galena Park in a road date.- n Home Opener Thursday .... Storm Squcd Tries Alvin In their first game of the ias6n and one that mb ar- anged only a few days ago, razosport's all * sophomore lorm Squad will take on the Ivin 'B' team. The game will be staged 'hursday night at Brazosport's 'ppper Field and will start at :30 p.m. following the Thursday ame, the Exporter varsity will .angle with the Lufldn Panth- rs in Friday's initial home game of the 1959 football eason. The Storm Squad, one of the tiree football teams fielded in Jrazosport's high school ath etlc system this season, includes only sophomores. Athletic Director H. E. Hopper and Head Coach Harden hooper both announced tha his sophnmore 'init would leld in tack and most of tha froup will move into the Jun lor Varsity ranks next season. However, some of the better players wilt nrohably fa're over r'Hy nositions in I960. The Storm Souad will playj nine games, including the clos- [ In* contest with the Junior | Varsity. : James Cox and Johnny 'Redden are the coaches in charge of the Sfnrm Squad and have around .33 hoys currently out r the team. Th«"!e trriddcre are from Jun- Htsih camps at Freenort. ake Jackson. Clute and Vel- ISCO) In the Thursday night same, mch quarterbacks as Pinky nders, Charlie Pond and Dan icholson wU catch service. Fullbacks Keith Forbes, Jim- my McDougal and James Alien will see playing time, while lalfbacks Tommy Sellers, Javid Risher, Marshall Chal- )trg, Dennis Erwin, Max Smith, Allen Marvin, George Coenig and Leon Cotton will be playing. In the line, ends Terry Bond, J. W. Lindsey, Mike Samson, Robert Blackburn, Joe Draper and Ronald Hutchins are on the squad. Jerry Oliver, a 240-pounder, heads the tackle troops along with Allen Shaddock, Rufus Denson, Earl Roberts and John Smith. Such guards as Charles Gipson, Joe Bell, Richard Miles A< Forester, and Marcus Ayala will be playing. Centers include Jimmy Goodwin and Tommy • iter. ' Just as the varsity, the Storm Sr .ad will run the Spllt-T offer '.ve patterns, using flankers md floaters. • From Thursday's home game with Alvin, the AA will host Oalena Park in Oct. 1st, Ir-i-.'el to South Houston on Oct. 7th, make a trip to Spring Bianch on Oct. 15 and go to Texas Citj on Oct. 21. Baytown will be a home foe - ~:t. 29, Galveston will be at Hopper Field on Nov. 5th and then Pasadena on Nov. 12. The Closing gaspe, of which no date has yet been set, will i tch the Storm Squad against th- Junior Varsity. Both the SS and JV's all play j teams in the v.-iity. Exporters' 12-AAAA league. ' Student Athletic Ticket Now On Sale In Schools A season Athletic Ticket went on sale today for a'u Bmojpoit students. Those Athletic Tickets, which sell for $3.50 each, at* on sale at the Brazojpott Senior High School, Fieeport Junior High, Lake Jackson Junior High and Glut* Junior High. High, School Principal Virgil Eikenberg made the announcement on the tickets, which will allow a student to attend any home Senior High School,athletic evenL Football, basketball and : basebill gamei, plus track meets, are included in the $3.50 price. If a studc.it were to attend all the home athletic games and event!, the overall cost would: b» between $10 and SIS, thus the $UJ l:=!.:i would be a laving. IT'S HEAD Coach of ib« Bratotpori Exporter Storm Squad will be Jamtt Cox, above, whil* Johnny Btdden will b« •n culstani. Th* lU-Sophamon Storm Squad will btttU th» Alvin *B f team on Thunday night from Hopper Field. TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED H^i***^ SHEARED SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORE NEW STYLE HIGH HEELS FOR SH048 NARROW AND MEDIUM SHELL FISH THURSDAY SPECIAL LIMA BEANS WITH HAM HOCK 50° COFFEE Open « un. to It pjn. OPEN ON SUNDAY tXl Gulf Blvd. NEW! 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Among the other dozrn or so teams which have made the deepest impressions thus far in th; young season, Dimmitt, New London, Belton, Liberty, Refugio and Donna also tackle Class AAA foes this week. All. of them but Dimmitt may be stepping out of their class too deeply. Dimmitt t^ a v inept Hereford and should »•'•• Mndi- iy. But, New London 'ickles Carthage, Belton meets La Vega, Liberty takes on Beaumont Fernch, Refugio meets Beevllle and Donna entertaini Pharr-San Juan-Alamo. Lib erty seems to be the most over matched of this group. The other high-ranking AA seem to be safe, Floydada play Palls, Bowie tarktes Whitesboro, Olney meets Seymour, Brady takes on Winters. Dickinson meets Dayton and Freer faces ("n't'lla. Deny" 1 City, the hlshest scoring outfit in the state with a 62.5-polnt average in two starts, is a cinch to stav unbeaten. The Mustangs are idle. 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