The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 17, 1959 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, September 17, 1959
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BrMotportandBmoria County, Texaa, ThurB., Sept. 17, MM THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS 71 Sforfers~7T Let f ermen.... Page? ith Lettermen Experience 11161114 lw BO drawback to the Lutkln Panthers •when they take the field against Brazosport's hosting Exporters' on Friday night. Eleven starters and eleven PASS OR RUNT Tn Friday's home gam* with the Luf- kln. Panthers that question will be up to the above four Braiolport Exporter qusrltrbacks. The fouriome includes. from Mi to right. Roger McCary, Ford Brown, Charles Griffin and Bob Walker. Friday's Hopper Field game sluts at 7iJO p.m. , , Not only wffl the East Tex- ea pack have eleven 'veterans in their starting offensive lineup, but six of {hat number have earned letter* for the past two season*. . Fresh from • 82-12 rout of Palestine last week in their opener, the scrappy Panthers hope to add the Exporter* to their 1959 parade of team* on the sideline saying, "We tried, but loit". After last week's opening victory, combined with the Shipper* 23-14 setback at the hands of a so-so Jesse Jones team, the Panthers rule as a stern favorite to upend the "Big Hed" in their horn* debut. Three of the four starters in the Lufkln backfield have all earned two letters. Quarterback Ronnie Redd, • do-every- tblng type of football player, beads that threesome. Alton Standley, a 188-pound fullback workhorse from the telly series off the.T formation, and halfback Rudie Bresie are two year-lettcrmen. Tha other halfback, Herman Bate, ha* earned one letter. Both Bresie and Bate are speedsters that can also turn on the power. In the Panther line, Jim Rii- inger, 167, a center, guard -ud Sneed, ITS, and tackle Boyd Ivy, who played end last year, have all been on the varsity since their sophomore year. Joining this group are one year vet», end* W. A. Dempsey, 1«8, Calvin Scarbrough, 173, tackle Oscar Clayton, 186, and guard Arlie Ellis, 162. Lufkin, like Brazosport, will be out to snap the string of six scoreless quarters played by the two club* over the past two seasons. In 1957 the Panthers stormefl into Hopper Field and were h'ald to a scoreless tie by the Shippers. Last year, the "Big Red" traveled to Lufkin only to b« greeted by • rain storm and a broken glass trail of Eta dlum light*. At haUtlms, officials called oft the game and no team had scored up until that point. This year both clubs have offensive units that should pro- iuce some touchdowns. Redd Is a seasoned vet that can pass, run and punt well. His backfield flock Bat both speed and power. On the Exporter side, head coach Harden Cooper will aing- le out Bob Walker or Roger 1 McCary to guide the Ship Split- catch Lanier Youth Breaks Leg Brazosport's first serious football injury of the 1959 season has resulted hi a broken leg to a Lanier Wildcat <rid< * !T. . Arthur Lunford, a Lenier tackle, suffered a broken right leg while taking part in a recent scrimmage according to Head Coach Contrell McGowan. The Wildcats were holding drills in preparation for Saturday's Hopper Field game with Texas City when the injury to Lunford took place: A attack. Pat Patterson will man the fullback post, whUe Cooper Ford, No»l MtAnulty, Bob Tate, Ford Brawn or Donald Strong move into the ball carrying d«>srtm«nt. Patterson, who bulled his way for 80 yards in 18 trips and one TD against Jones, is the main 'punch 'In the Ship running gin*. However, Walker could go t» the air and net the Exporters yardage. All in all, it looks like a rough Friday (or the defense. Tate, a hard runner at 180 pounds, sat out moat of last week's game with ah Injured hip. However, the two-yen letterman should return to full speed this week and help the Exporters a'great deal. Ford has been looking good in workouts this week, along with quarterback McCarjr, who could get the opening nod over Walker. In the Exporter line, such gridders as Bon Hynds, Kenneth Lee, Allan Shorkey, Joe Cousins, Terry Forbes, Bobby Lowell, Donald Pisklak, Roy Canon, Doyle Oliver, Jack Pybus, Larry Masters, Sandy Rhodes, Bubba Willenberg, Kenneth Bear and others' will [ time. —i playing „,„„. Goal line offense and defense closing day of hattJ workoSlta. The Shippers are due to HoW - snappy drill today, .mlmtt Overflow Crowd Due At Angleton-WC Grid Gome On* of the prix* schoolboy football feitee in fin Hat* makei lit 3»th appearance Friday nlflht when Weti Columbu equaiM of i •galnit AngUlon. The all-Braxorii County eoniMt wlH be staged at Angleion'i Wildest Stadium this year and in erexflow crowd of clot* to 4400 are due to witnni the daeL Kiekotf tfan* will b« t p.m. AngUtoo blanked, Weti Columbia, 24-0, last year on Ineir way to the date AA iinals and an outstanding iea- lon oi 14 wim and only on* iclbaclc. Hcwerer, Friday's gone It listed as • touup. t In two other non-dUtrlct gam*s played ibis season, Weit Columbia hat y»l to win, lottos to Pott Acre*. 1-0, and AMn, 19-12, while AngUlon has • 1-1 jnaik. The Cits blanked Wharton, 14-0, and then lost to Bay CUy. 10-7. Tickets to the annual grid classic are now en sal* at school business offices at both WC cad Angleton and will go on sale «1 the ftedlnm gates Friday night. , wort on the Exporter schedule WEST Columbia defensire whis James Wleciyfc, above, will hold down a key role in Friday's Roughneck date in Angleton with the 25-AA Wildcats. Besides being * starter at end, Wlecsyk is the middle linebacker on de- Ask Os About Onr Written Onarante* TPJB FIRST MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION IN 12 YEARS... TOODYIAR StRVKE STORE _ FREEPORT _ CONTINUES THEIR 36 HOUR TIRE SALE! 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