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Pages THE SB A 3 0 g P 0 ft X «f A.O * B Angleton Stuns BmoBport and Brazoria County, Texas, Sunday, Sept .20,1969 36th Meeting Goes To Cats By BILLY RICHARDSON Fads Sports Staff •'The Angleton Wildcats had all the ingredients Friday nlghf, and they mixed them Up well, to serve a crunching 30-6 defeat to the West lumbia Roughnecks before Co- Scott returned the opening kic' off 33 yards to just short of midfield. On the second play from their own 48 Wildcat Fullback Barry Kerr sliced off tackle and cut out sidelines on a 50-yard per before he was knocked out to the scam- packed house of some 4000 partisan fans al Angleion school -stadium. The Wildcat recipe for vie- to included a tour touchdown-minded, diversified run- °™ ~ "" u " uyer Ior " nlng and passing attack, which | !o " chdov ^ n ' to »ve the Wild- racl up a total of 357 net >:als 'heir first .six points. •Frank Calderon, on a fake of bounds on the Roughneck one. On the next blay, kerr lugged the lealher on over for a racl yards. But the frosting was a brilliant Wildcat defense that held West Columbia to minus yardage in the first half, and didn't allow the Roughnecks a single first down until the first play of the last Quarter. Badly crippled by the of several regulars, who did not suit out for the game because of injuries, the Rough- loss The Wildcats recovered „ West Columbia fumble to set up their second . touchdown later in tne first period. Bobby Krenek and Gerald Buchta fell on the loose ball for Angleton on the WG 35. With Quarterback Robert Dueitt at the helm, the Wildcats moved the distance in eight plays. Dueitt kept for II yards, Halfback Bill Killough picked up 13, and Kerr blasted for seven to account for most of the yardage. Dueitt then found End Carlos Amos all alone in the end i zone with a fourth down, two- yard pass for Angleton's sec- c-nd TD. Kenneth Green hit over left A mm* ft • i tackle for the two extra points Over'W Col. i to makeiii6 -°-' neck attack sputtered and stalled in this 36th annual meeting of these two arch- rival football teams. Angleton scored its first touchdown with the game just barely one minute old. Rickie Wildcat 'B' In 42-0 Win sick play, passed to End James Alyr... for the two points, t(j make: it 8-0, ton. extra \nglei Angleton marched 63 yards for their third touchdown, climaxing the drive just as the second period got under way Dueitt sent Krenek, • Kerr, and Killough slashing through the WC line to move the ball to the Roughneck five • F f° m , there ' Halfback Scott circled left end for the touchdown. ,' : ' Scott also a'ttempted to kick the extra point, but It was no good, leaving -the score 22-0 Angleton. .' - • - ' The Wildcats had another v t uuii~t, ^-uu^iit. t »*c MW" "* *..!.*- touchdown midway in the sec air and raced 25 yards for th- end period by a holding pen first TD. nlty. After a drive to the WC Wade Cook added the two 115, Scott darted around left points with a running attempi,| c -nd on a touchdown scamnpr maVinff th<a crnr*> B-0. K,,* «i _,_. . . . "^ c *» Seven players figured in the scoring as Angletun's 'B' team marched past West Columbia's 'B' crowd, 42-0, last Thursday night.' The Wildcats rolled up a'22- 0 halftime margin and then added an additional 20 points in the final half. Hosting Angleton scored in each quarter. Richard Cook, who blocked two punts during the night's activity, raced in to slam down a WC punt in the opening quarter, caught the ball in mid- WM ^l N » tA ? to J"u lor An 3 lel °n'« fourth louchdown Is Wildcat halfback Bobby Kren.k as W.sJ Columbia's Robert Eakens no. 61. and Wayne Pollard, no, 54. get Ihere toe Ute. KrenA tcottd^/pm the three and helped Angleton to • 30-8 YJSteW ,oy«! WC. (Photo by Glenn Heath) '•' ' '•• -'' 1 making the score, 8-0 In the second quarter Bill Robinson hauled in a West Col umbia punt and dashed back 50 yards to send Angleton into a bigger margin. The point try was missed. Still in the second quarter, Wade Cook climaxed, a drive by going the final six yards for a touchdown. Skippy Moore tacked on the two point bid, making the halftime count, 0. 22- Fullback Jake Beaty gol Angleton's single six points in the third quarter with a 15-yard blast. Two touchdowns were added in the final session, with Mi- ... ..._ ------ ------ .., , ..... «.. j own ham Munson skipping '17 yards two extra ° but the play was rubbed out cy the penalty, and after drawing 15 yards, Angleton fumbled the ball to West Columbia. James Myrick pounced on a WC fumble on the Roughneck 34 ; to set up Angleton's final scoring effort of the night, midway in the third quarter. Dueitt tossed a screen pass to Ken, and the hard driving fullback churned 24 yards before he was knocked out of bounds again just short of the ?oa! line. IM the Roughneck three Krenek turned left end div- the tho Cast and Forecasts By Bill McMurray !*fn".; ,-• ... , . Ships 12-4 A Carj, TV Linked •'•sre we are on the brink of another District 12-AAAA foot- S S°" *\ the Ex!>onus nave only a road game to Beau- hrt t i ey , open ,"P. a fff* can °f warpaint and host Park, the league's -pre-season pick to sweep honors « L«f samce , ttae - another T V season has started rolling mg inside the flag for touchdown. Green added points on a «««iK' ' a nd you can watch the sagebrush sagas with fast guns, lots of action and of course a few laughs Like many others, we are also a western fan let's *dd/frw1? 0rt f S seven -» a j le DIstrl « 12-AAAA schedule. romsomeof the to acomi "B down the hd Sam Cox, Richard Cook, Ronnie Gundy, Richard Ware, Butch Barnes and a host of others, held West Columbia in check. The deepest penetration of Wesl Columbia wa s to the Angleton 35 yard line. The romp of West Columbia was the second victory of the season for coach Kirby Jell's Angleton club as they blanked Wharton, 14-0, last week. Unbeaten in 12 games, including ten last year, the Angleton squad will face their stiffest 'test of the even dozen lineup this week when they host powerful Bay City, another unbeaten outfit. Xhe Bay City sam° will be staged at Angleton's Wildcat Stadium on Thursday. Sept 24, and 6 p.m. eet undnrway at Fumbles Help DP Win Over Kittens, 14-12 th his aerial tosses . Dorsett completing passes to Cre(> Laughlin for 10 and 14 vards, and adding eight more on a keeper, the Roughnecks moved to a first down just in- "ide the Angleton 10. But the threat -"as hurled back when Fullback George snow was smothered on a 'ourth down play p n the one- v srd line by Angleton's Col- -lernn and George Drury. It was during this drive that ( h? Roughnecks made their itial^ first down aeainst An»fin's stout defensive forces. West Columbia's touchdown f-ame with just Zfi seconds re""|in!n« to nlay in tha game, when Dorset, back to oass. 'oimrl himself j n <ne clear an(J "tsrten off on a beautiful «4- v-arri hroken field run that covered most of the eridiron. "nhert Jenkins att»mnted to nm over the « x tra noints, but was strmneH short n* the goal. e»av, n a *hp score 30-R. •-• ^-ina hplH minus-3?.- varrU nichirm in thp first half "IP HoiiahnecVs camp back in tho co(. r ,,,rt 1,-ff , n Tai ,^ 1In 1nR v»rr1 5 mnct of that on T)nr- Win And Leave... Oct. 8 -South Houston-There-- "As pappy always said, win while you can and then leave town in a hurry. Next time though, you might not be so lucky." • .«_*". Oct. 16-Spring Branch-There— "Don't worry none about them, Fargo. The odds might be 16-1. but them bears might spook the horses and leave us here in the hills 'till spring " Oct. 23-Texas City- Here- "Playing cards on a riverboat erou! business - You and Dandy Jim belter take those ThlngS might ** a .Oct. 30-Baytown— Here— "It don't hurt much. Silver. Just break the arrow off where it sticks out under my shoulder blade ' You and Montana take the canteen and ride for the fort " Nov. 6-Galveston-There— "No gun fight tonight. The Let ' s wait >tm momi " 8 and '^ break Nov. 13-Pasadena-Here— "The marshall is in with 'em, Gators Year? ... yards for the other. Angleion held a 12-8 halltirne*margin. '/ five *""""' nm ""ne. was the for, • for A^^lPton artH.tinn. h P cai.oh """*•''» 14 "*«1 nf 7? net Deer. Park i^idtd Angle- of """, pt> "'" .-'"S!T! n ' p< «d ton's Junior High Wildkittensh,,,,'^'™ ns "««'.1n «ha thin J.i-12 setback last nighl - r ° n - ) ^'*''"n=l Sfl in a nan-district grid dash. Angleton ijutgained the hosting Deer Park Juniors, 255 yards to only 65 yards, but a rash of fumbles killed adoring chance after scoring chance. The WildKittens lost the ball six times inside the Deer Park 20-yard line on fumbles. One of the two Deer Park Ecores was the result of a fUmb!° over the Wildkitten goal. A--!eton also had one touchdown called back' be- eause of a penalty. Bob Barnes went 12 yards fn- one Angleton TD, while Pat Hef/ernan went vardj ^ fc: t S > • Moreand more fa ^ are getting on the tn«, bandwagon as they think that Bill EMncan's troops are headed for the 26-AA football title. . . . TheGators nw« first get past Deer Park and Angleton bef e 1 * test " the Brazoria . ^ .... . annual Brazosport Match Play Gotf foum'a-' >to Played summer Senior Teen-Age baseball with Bzubd * F ' eeon eaLI y> a^o attends San Marcos GravH a P 0 teAc Gray scrimmage, which was won by the Gray 21-10 ' ' .• Wltlun the next six weeks, officials at . >uj ; 'ifm ft ,,,h wa, ' „„ hrll- U (,-:,, •«>« fnr i^ m^rp V ar^ s >nt rf»»»nslvi> pf'ort Bernards nonaW Anrirewt anrt on Smith: Tp-kles Geor<?» W and r. srrv Martin- T.in^.. "' '" -- • - r,^,,., | and •\ I , ' nta, Georse Drmy, n.err. Brazoria cocnty football will be alittlescarcethis week has 'an 'off w^ w£t£2-* "" >th , :Park *" Beaumont. Ans'^on' leaves Sweeny with the o,«, ,,,,„. „„„. aia rtu^^l Football Scores T.xas Sshoolbor Football ReiulU United Press IntfnuiJbaal ' ' Borger 19 Ysleta 19 tie. JPecos 25 El Paso High 13 El Paso Austin .27 : El Paso Tech 6 . . - •;•Amarillo Tascosa 13 Odessa Permian 0 Midland 36 Amarillo Pali Luro 0 Abilene 29 Sweetwater 12 Pampa 12 iort Worth Arliiig ton Heights 0 Phillips 118 Plainview 9 , , Amarillo High 14 Fort Worth Paschal 0 Wichita Falls 14 Brecken- •idge 14 tie Irving 20 Paris 8 Longview 26 Fort Worth North Side 8 Dallas Wilson 20 Dallas Tech North Dallas 20 Dallas Adamson 16 Dallas Adams. 28 Tyler Lee 0 Highland Park 29 Granc 'rairie .12 .....,., Sherman 36 Fort'Worth Tech Garland 6 Dallas Hillcrest 0 Denton 12 Dallas Kimball'O Dallas South Oak Cliff 21 Tyler 21 tie Houston Reagan 37 Austin High 8 Galena Park 21 Houston S. '. Austin 0 Port Artnur 20 Baytown 13 Galveston 26 Beaumont South 'ark 7 Texas City -19 La '"Marque 7 South )avis 0 Houston 34 Houston Spring Branch, ,6 Victoria 0 Luikin 28 Freeport 6 Temple 12 Houston Lamar 7 Waco 14 Dallas 'Jefferson 0 Houston Jones 22 Austin Mc- Caiium 7 Austin Travis 14 Corpus Christ! Carroll 0 • Corpus Christi Ray 33 San Angelo 0 Harlingen 28 San Benito 6 McAllen 13 Alice 8 Edinburg 41 Mercedes 12 Brownsville 36 Falfurrias 16 Alamo Heignts 33 Corpus Christi Miller 16 Fort Worth Carter 22 Har- andale 16 San Antonio Brackenridge 47 an Antonio St. Gerard 0 CLAS'S AAA Odessa Ector 14 Dumas 14 tie 'Uirnmitt 26 Hereford 0 LitUeiield 22 Olton 0 .Kermit b Seminole 0 ijeveiiand 32 Mononans 20 liamesa 38 Crane 6 fcaliinger 20 Colorado : City 0 bnyaer 61 Anarews 6-' Cnuuress 7 Vernon b' Mineral .Weiis.-jU *on Worth dniuuerry 20 arownwooo 63 Lake View 0 Graiiam 4B.Jackiboro 8 Rangtir 38 Fort Worth Dia- lond Hill 26 Carrbllton 39 Lewisville 3 Eort Worth Brewer 24 Lake Worth b Mclfinney 14/Deniion 6 Arlington 14 Greenville 13 Fort Worth Eastern Hills 35 ililU£ ££rUl£S 0 GaUjfi^Hli! fcJ5 M ei quile 0 HoOs€bn'*jJiiby 13 Nacogdu- hes 7 Tejtarkana 26 Kilgore 14 Henderson 28 Athens 21 Jacksonville 8 Orange 6 ilgw London 14 Carthage .13 Corsicana 20 Gladewatcr 8 Kauiman 34 Waxahachie 7 JEnj»is 12 Hillsboio 7 Mars*all 48 Palestine 14 Killeen 32 Lampasis 6 Stamford 16 Cleburne 14 ; Coi'iman 42 Stephenville U Beltrjn 13 La Vega 7 Aldint49 SUibcu 12 Brenham 50 Cameron 6 Conroe 50 Houston San Jacinto 12 Huntsville 13 Navasota 0 Nederland 14 Port Neches 0 Beaumont French 20 Liberty 13 Port Arthur Byrne 26 Vidoi 12 Alvin 6 Wharton 0 Bay City 58 Edna 0 Houston St. Thomas 12 Lamar Consolidated 8 Deer Park 20 El Campo 18 Gonzales 8 Seguin 6 San Antonio Burbank 12 Kerrville 12 tie San Marcos 68 Luling 0 '•New Braunfels 44 : Fredericksburg 32 San Antonio Edison 28 Saril Antonio MacArthur 0 Eagle Pass 6 San Antonic Lanier 0 San Antonio Lee 16 South San Antonio 14 Sinton 38 Robstown 8 San Antonio Sam Houston 13 Port Lavaca 12 Yoakum 12 Cuero 6 Pharr-San Juan-Alamo 26 Donna 14 Mcouch-Elsa 48 Mission 8 Rio Grande City 14 Laredo 6 Raymondville 14 -Weslaco 8 CLASS AA I-'i-iona 30 Stratford 6 Lockney 8 Tulia 6 Dalhart 14 Boys Ranch 6 Abernathy 32 Hale Center 8 flams 18 Morton 0 Muleshoe 43 Portales, N.M. 0 Post-22-Frenship 8 Spur 20 Anson 6 O'Donnell 26 Tahoka 6 Floydada 40 Rails 0 Slaton 22 Rotan 16 Wink 43 Alpine 8 Ozona 24 Fort Stockton 0 McCamey 32 Big Lake 14 Canadian J4 Shamrock 8 Canyon 26 Perryton 0 • Crowell H Quanah 6 Wellington 18 Memphis 6 Hamlin 50 Merkel 18 .Olney 15 Seymour 6 Cisco 46 Comanche 0 Easlland 2.0 De Leon 6 Glen Hose 34 Dublin 16 Decatur 40 Granbury 14 Burkburnett 18 Haskell 0 Holjiday 8 Electra 0 Justin Northwest 21 Keller 0 Azle 60 Fort .Worth Laneri 0 Wilmer-Hutchlns 25 Mansfield 0 'Hurst Bell 12 Nocona 6 Rylie 68 Ernory 6 Dallas Jesuit 14 Terrell 13 Duncanvilie 20 Rockwali U * * * * * * Wildcat Offense Rolls Along WEST COLUMBIA-ANGLETON GAME STATISTICS Fltit -Downs Passes Attempted Passe! Completed Yardi Failing Punlt and Yards Penalties Fumbles Fumblei Lost Yards Rushing Total Net Yards Angleion 22 11 4 49 3 for 26 8 for 80 yds 6 4 308 357 West Columbia 6 12 5 39 7 for 32.7 ' I for 5 yds. 5 2 74 113 ANQLETON Quarterback Robari Dutltt cuts ih« corner to pick up • 1st daw* In the Wildcats stcond touchdown drivo against West Columbia. A crowd of OT»F 4.000 watched in* two Br«- lorla County AA •niri*i bat- tie in ihelr 36th grid clash. (Photo by Glenn Heath) 4. xporter Game... (Continued From Pag* 7) 10. in the third period only to have drives . stopped, both times on lumbles recovered by .WUZenberg and Lee. . On the second play in the fqjir.tJj quarter, the Ships fumbled .and Lufkln took over on thefBHS 34. Seven plays later they scored with Boykin going over left tackle on fourth down. Redd's boot made it 21-0. Just 49 seconds later Lufkin scored again. On the second play after the kickoff JJ m Risingcr picked of/ a Charles Griftin pass on the 45 and took it back to-the 11. On the first play McCreary went up the middle all the way. Redd kicked 4he point, sending the score to ^8-0. 'th 7:23 left to play. McCary came on to direct 'he Shins 68-yard drive In JO ilays. His Cunning, plus bis a.asses 'to Ford and Hynds were key' plays..Ford got the TI> from,twoj yards out. The ?arne ended one play after McCary had a pass intercepted by Bale on the Luf- ki4 25 and returned to the 36. TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED SHELL FISH MONDAY SPECIAL Stuffed Peppers ••• ONLY COFFEE 5C „ Open B »jn, 'to 10 p.m. OPEN ON SUNDAY 821 Gulf Blvd. Freeport watting • •- $fc .-^ - *J ahead and MODERN lit You and your whole family will enjoy a new pride of possession when your hoine has been modernized... outside : or inside ... or both! For the easies i., simplest, most economical way to finance the project, gee us. 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