The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 20, 1959 · Page 7
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Bmosport and fctaa, anthers Fumbles Again Hurt Shippers TS3B ftlilgOagORT f A0 T& BY BILL. McMUBHAY F«cU »-a.i second half touchdowns and rolled' past the -Bra- last night before Mounting Exporter mistakes paved the way for -* — ' last time*th*'fea had played oh the «upp«r Field turff-the two, rivals had a string: of eight straight Korelcss- Quarters going until this fateful third last night. In '67, the four-quarter clas »le went the distance withou any team, crossing the goa Last year, •, Brazosport j wafcl the, trip •- to Lufkin ari'd jav, the* contest called off at hilj time due to a rain storm 1 broken stadium lights. '>'.'> For two quarters lastVH-.., the Shipper* and Panthefg tip ped the scales back and fortl [ without any scoring. Then with 9:24 left to pjaj In the third period tufldn I rammed home their flrit; v o Hour touchdowns and the rac l<v« on. After tliat each tim Ithe Ships made a mlscue, Luf |kln scored and came close. Even dn defeat Harddn I Cooper's Exporters at least un I covered one Item that could.*?. I what's needed to turn the*j!"Blj [Red" towards the victory (rail I Reserve quarterback Roger J McCary came off 'the bench [to spark the Shippers to their I only score and looked quite I sharp with his passing and I running. I Behind 28-0, McCary guld- jed the Shippers 88 yards 'In 110 plays for a touchdown,-with 13:37 left to' play in the game I McCary, a swift 125-pound- ler who can hardly see over Ithe line, passed or --•^-«-'— I self in five of the iu;;j>iays I that netted the ExporterV'thelr I single TD. ' • His 15-yard toss to halfback I Cooper Ford, following a nine- lyard chunk to end Don : Hynds, I set up the Shippers on the I two yard line. From there Ford blasted over. ,; For three full quartos the Exporters had looked goM and then bad, but never seemed'to gain any spark. However,'under McCary's direction the Shippers moved for their first time In two games. QB Club Meets i Monday Shl« if er. <S Ships lost four out of six 'fumbles, two setting : up l>uUAn ' "' Then there Was .passing.-The lhl -~™t :&£? airH» 8 tlme»; yards, one of ', but had the r.i tosses and !>Into scores. to Ships i '.-T ---- -—. also 'bent: the visitor. . mi, M ... —•»* • •"•two 'in ',uas3* n r ^:! 0 ; d t°^»ow d - ^«4 8 r^ not the „. Mainly during the first halt "''"•- time to time In the . .-.;••- Quarters the Shlp» defense;: looked real ' Kenneth Lee, Hynds d , efenslve unl » showed Improvement over last . On offense. Patterson was of course the big gun, g.-t«iitf overworked as usual. Both Bob Walker and options. the on Tate Lufkin's attack and was built u around Ronnie Redd, a keen ,'uHbMk Page 7 , 28-6 TOUCHDOWN Bound tr tulkln «nd W. A. p«mpi.T. no. 82 in th. dark j.r»r, after catching « pin from Panlhtr quarttrback Ronnie R«dd In Ia»l nlflhr-i oanwlwiih Braibiport Coming on fa.l U Ih. Shlpi Jack J> r bu., no. 81, wWl. Jo. Couiln,. BO. SfcandfrubV. UUnb,r o( oi swift halfbacta sueh Melton A ; at what type of teaii South Park of Beaumont -has will be featured at Monday's meeting of the Brazospprt [Quarterback Club. • ' films of Brazosport's game with Lufkia, stased last Friday , . ..T r .-4Hsi1|> drive. After f.r.^°HW*,"«( >puht • exchanges, the^twp^e In buslnesi ''** fair drive the openfnjr quarter,. which carried .Into the swond erlod, as they drove from heir own 44;to the LufWn 14 *0y to. lose the ball after two incomplete passes Qutof 18 play, i n the'bpen- ng IS -minute*, Patterson got the nod ^elght times. .; Early .in the second quarter Walker hit Hyndt with 8 ,J • toss c but the speedy end &MARLENE MCMURRAY ^^,"'% rV >:'-' " " ' '• '' " ". ''' '~ '?"'.'' '"-.*Weather Conditions Good ,JVs the fiwtJfoobaU^ame of the year came to Hop per tieia the fans were out early and ready to se ' again. . half, long pas. running out m the r'Wt: Ta te wtth I -that covered 38 UP a first on the on the next . , _,_ [( .^. t»». <..iuaj - —«* «w. *iuwcver. on ln» n»vt •t Hopper Field, will also be play the Ships fumb ed and on the QB Club roram. '-an ou on the QB Club program. Monday's meeting will start "i 7:30 pjn. - •• win be held >t the Senior High School cafeteria. Head Coach Harden Cooper will go over the South Park' team from the scout report and tlK-n discuss the Lufkin garat w'th Quarterback Club mem- The Exporters travel to Beaumont on Friday, Sept 25, m their third and closing non- district game. Following the South Park game, the Exporters return to their home grounds to battle Galena Par* » 12-AAAA kickoff. T- president of .v,. , <h« 1BS9-W Quarterback Club, w tt« be in charge of the Mon«ay meeting. All. QB Club members or Exporter fans are urged to,;attend the meeting. Brarosport Athlttic Director "• Jf Hopper; will be on hand at Mondays meeting and will 0 ••••••« area football coming week, high school and lun' high g arae( , The Quarterback Club; which 1 a OVI ,,?* •W-'PWt organlza. 'V*- wil1 hold weekly Monday ^ght meetings. !o over the «• schedule for •an out the clock. In the third quarter llght- lE^struck fast. Just like the of the*-Jones game, ., f «.~.. . ^ we'arriveel^at 7 o'clock, about two-thirds o : the^ crowd^was ,atteady there and parking space were getting ^scarce; , • B v A we entered >IJ 0 ||per Field, Homer Beakley an ]*£* >* rts 8 etti "g underway with Banner" an,» *x- ,•«, — >:!.. the "Star Spangled: Banner' A crowd of around 4,500 watched the kick-off ai the weatherman provided ; very pleasant football .conditions, I don't know If you are sup- crsticlous or a bit of an astronomer, but did you notice that and the invocation. , big golden moon that; rose on the, Lufkin side?pr;,th» stands? , Do,.you think Lufkin First.. Come halftime and the Luf- thing to do with the fina score? Maybe we . had bette change to the other side of th stands. , . . ' .The goal posts- were decor ated with long streamers, and there was enough of a gul breeze tq keep ; them flying in the air : most s.,tlme. 28. _».turnliig point. In seven plays Lufkin scored, with Redd going the flna) o'lA kee P er "P tne mid- Redd also .kicked the point, making the score. 7-0. nu * ttfr n , Boykln picked off a Walker flat pass and nearly returned it all the way. but was stopped on the Ship 38. . A 'I yafd running play, countered with a 15 yard penalty set the b.11 back to th" with first down. Redd did a masterful Job of faking, slipped back and spotted Dempsey running speed towards the left zone. His pau wafc-true and the Panthers added another six points on perfect (Uddv kic^'Bjad, the Lufkin.jot to the J9. and (Contlnu*d On Pig* |) Ships-Pack Even In Statistics BRAZOSPORT-tUFinN GAME BTATI8TIOI tin band took the field firs Their uniforms were black an gold:.with the jUx majorett wearing bright "red ;,leotai type'tights. They were Inter esu'ngly designed. One sleev was long and dotted with re sequins while the other arm was sleeveless. The Panther band consist* of around 00 .members who in tro^jced themselves with fanfare and went into a series of intricate maneuvers. On of the songs they played wa "Moonglow," while they mad a formation of a space ship. Like the football team, thi Uifkin band made • a good showing as they played so m very nice numbers In the stands. Tt looked like there were approximately 70 to 8 full 'tudents who m«de the trip end down here from the east Texas town where we almost drown ed last year when the>ame w»? rnlled off due to heavy rains. ,r The Exporter Band wan even more improved over last week 1 ! showing. Last nl*ht they marchftd. onto the '.fUjfg Ui' a *~* \f formation an^l inoyn a diamond 'formation '**"* "'»vin» »h« fanfare. . Then from the one rtlamnnrl •he band moved into two diamond*. Next they neatly out t bai-k »oopthi»- <ieain. This is called the 'flWovnur DIa- pl«y ioore Down, A«.mpt.d Compl.Ud Ruining .! Y«rd, Brijoiport 12 19 10 0 107 1 (or 364 AT*. 3 for II ydi. 6 4 124 221 LuJkln .10 14 t (or 34.2 AT*. I (or SO yds. 3 2 16$ )27 Into . While th« twlrlers nerform- <«. the hand expcntwl » fg m . , S an «,i"v<'r used by t ; b e T Horned vr n , n an * In l«»t •-•>•> PMton llowl. -' : Tho traditional ei'tt : has m,thln? new ,. A<!«&a-9«fc vear. First the two stra'&it nes melt- tne»«ther as usual on hout the SO yard line and son**nup on into a 'w whkh mi'pltlv becomes « diamond and hack to the "V" for Victory again. I Among those in the stands were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Day, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Spil iers, Mrs. Gene Irfppev- Mr and MrVJack Palffi & daughter, Mrs. Billy' Pickarc «nd In-laws Mr. and Mrs ?**" 1 ^"W Sari Antonio id Glover and daughter, Margaret, Dorothy Reeves and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Tullos and Lonnie. More Sports 8-9 Rout 3X6... First Victory Sweeny Grabs I2-4A Roundup... Ganders Lose To PA, 20 Port Arthur turn fed the An 83-yatd drlve'.in the'final'•' tables on state-ranked Bay- period got Spring • Branch t st • town, 20-13, last night in the ] one TD as the y shaded 'Vic*,, feature attraction of District i n - ia ''. B "°,' the same scbre , th ^ • L ,„".„!, i * TIB had: beaten the Bears. l^'^L" lri PP. ed A fl's-yard Brazosport, 28-6, Texas City got by AAA La Marque, 19-7, South Houston beat Houston Jeff Davis, 34-0, and Galena Park beat SFA of Houston, 210. "''....> Other scores found Galveston beating South Park, 26-7, and Sping Branch taking out Victoria, 8-0, in a real thril- Pasadena had gotten the 12- AAAA grid derby- underway when -they polished off Bellaire, 33-6, in a Thursday ni"ht game. ..• For Texsv- City, South Houston, Galena Park and Pasadena it was their second straight victory oj the season. Brazosport is the only team in 12-AAAA yet to win this year Texas City had their troubles with La Marque, but an open- ng 75-yard kickoff return by -harles Holmster hefoed the "f'nffs notrh the victory. With 14.000 fans looking on. Port Arthur handed Baytomi a ntdn setback, which was the 'irst Jacket win over the Ganders since 1955. Five lost fum- He*, three in the final 12 minutes, halted all Bayfown chances. Baytown held an early 7-0 i mardn but PA came back to no In front. 8-7, at halftime and were never behind The Ganders did make it 14-13 at one time. Wh.vte sparked the Galvestph victory /over South Park of Beaumont, a team the Export-^ TS nlay next week. Galena Park turned in drives' of 6!). 51 and 74 yards to dump the Austin Mustangs, 21-0, .in another top game. Galena Park' is picked to haul in the 12-i AAAA title this year. , >"„ South Houston, the league's surprise, trimmed Jeff Davis, ' 34-0, without much-trouble as n home crowd of 5,500 id. Aggie-Tech Gome Due Oil TV Sunday The Texas A&M-Texas Tech ' game Saturday will be shown on The Humble Companr'g videotaped "Game of Iho Week'-' Sunday. Kern Tips will describe all the action from the game beginning at S:30 p.m. on KPRC-TV Houston. Ed Waggoner's Sweeny, Bua-' dogs broke-but of 'a-*two»gam« losing streak'last-night'as they trounced the'S'ch. ul'enberg Shorthorns', 32-8. " " The 26-AA Bulldogs, beaten jy'Fort Bend, 8-6, and Dicknson, 42-8, IB. opening games, •stormed over the Sborthorrs vith Billy Wheeler leading the - ...... Wheeler accounted foe a' pair on..a daz-. ' of zling 67 •ight - ~~ S f^l hVV% i—?T*f *7t**J' *** he game. The swift halfback went 48 yards over right ackle for still another score. After Wheeler's- long run, long with the-two point PAT, he 'Dogs held a 8-0, halftime margin but -came on strong in he final two quarters to wrap p their initial victory. Quarteabaek De-an Thomas ot into the game for sir sec- nds and one .play, but it net- ed Sweeny a touchdown. • Thomas hit end Jerry Lank- ord with a 21 yard pass for I ix points and hiked th weeny margin over th The opening dash by Wheeler set .the stage for last nighfsl non-district" bout. • ..'..' . .] After three straight road) trips, Waggoner's Bulldogs will return to their home turf thisj week for a round with th powerful Columbus Cardinals. who smashed Sealey, 26-0, last night. The Sweeny Same will be - Columbus the only grid r Horns. Thomas, a lafthanded b, has been injured since the ort Bend game and has seen Oly limited service, Against Fort Bend, Thomas issed for the only score and did t h e game thing against ickinson. His TD toss against chulenburg gives him three, ^ isses In as mapy games. Sweeny's other score last ght came when sophomor* nebacker Dannls Calloway Icked off a Shorthorn pass nd returned it 86 yards for date in Brazoria County this week as Angleto'n has an open date,i West Columbia goes to LaMarque and Brazosport makes the lorie trip to Beaumont to play South Park. Board Sets Admission At Jr. Games Beginning this year, there will be a charge for admission to Brazosport's junior high "B'' and "C" team games, played by seventh and eighth grade students. The charge will be 15 cents; for students and 25 cents for adults. Dr. Bascom Hayes, superint-j endent of schools, told the Board of Education, recently that this vear the local .football JtfMa's association-had decided; <o charge for officiating at th" jur: - high ;games ' ! ^^g^> company '02 THAI WAY -LAKE JACKSONJEXAS PER WEEK WILL YOU THE 1959 WORLD SERIES, SATURDAY & SUNDAY FOOTBALL AND A WHOLE HOST OP NEW AND EXCITING PROGRAMS FOR FALL! six point tally. In the PAT weeny pushed .across ich worth two points. department, four, End Ray Harwell got one on pass from quarterback Rone Griffin, while fullback Ed urt and fullbacks Sonny B.ar- eld and Tubby Meadow iftach an across two-pqinters, Wheler's performance e Bulldog defense «.„ ^, Derail work of. Burt, Griffin, eador, Berfield and Thomas, ien he was in the larked the victory. . GENERAL ELECTRIC "21" COAXIAL CONSOLE TELEVISION CONTRACTORS tf BUILDING MATERIAL USERS ., •Since the decision was reached after the- J9§9-60 budget! was ..adopted, 'th«e were nn i *mds;in the Xithletic budget! for, .this purpose,, he said: He recommended th$t the Board- authorize the gut.'- admissions o; raise the cost Ot $M.50 per. game for officiating. ' Trustees approved • the re :ommendation, \yith, one dissenting vote. The negative vote was cast by Dr. Phillip Crow vho' approved paying the of- icials, but said tie. fait there "as not enough entertainment eto the <?ames to warrant admission charge. Supply All Pit r» Per MFB , ..... , BEPWOQP Pa GOOD GRADE-WIU, 8AW| '*OP MONEY '' 12 White Pine Per 1.000 2 x 4-2 x 6 TOP GRADE L Grade Mwked per, I 2z i^" '» 2 x 4-2 x $ fir Dimension COMPEOABlE TO No. » FTOB . ''STOCK OF PENTA 4 WOODLIFE "NON- TREATED LUMBEE AT SPECIAL PRICES. * 3-WAY REMOTE CONTROL. * ELECTRONIC POWER TUNING. * PHONO- CONNECTOR DOWN REG. PRICE $459,95 SALE PRICE .1? CQ95 WITH THADE $303 PER WEEK For Shelves ti Cabinet* per mbf BRAZORIA COUNTY LUMBER Inc. I Between Uke 4»okwn A Anfletoa On Rail Road I H Honr$ A D»y - » D»y» A Week - XI 8-7842 || DIAL CY 7-4812 102 THAT WAY "LAKE MCKSON.TEXAS u« LI* . A'>

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