The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1959 · Page 5
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Tgg FAOti non-district 9 , m ,, UMar«ru*. Th. cludH. riant tew 1»» to tight. 8*orfl» gnaw. rough.... QB Club To Meet In LJ Next Monday night-the Bra- thrown five iport Quarterback Club will Beet at Lake Jackson. [That was decided last night bhen the QB's held their rog- ilar meeting at the Brazosport lenior High Cafeteria and only "bout 25 members and fans howed up. .! The Lake Jackson meeting, he first one held outside the ienlor High School, will be (aged at the Junior High Cafe- |erla,and will start at 7:30 p.m. [l-'P.'C. Selman, QB Club presl- it announced that tht films the Ships game with South Park, plus a scouting report, /ould be featured at the LJ gimes. times in two Wilbert Bragg, 17J pound quarterback, Arnold Ibeck, 178 pound fullback and speedy Richard Prejean, 167 pounds, are the top backs in the South Park running department. ' For the Exporters on Monday, Cooper sent his troops through a drill on pass offense and pass defense, plu s sending the line through a short scrim- •nage session. The "Big Red" came out of the Lufkin game in top shape as no one was on trainer Billy °ickard's injury list. Only fullleeting: ^<* Robert Sterling, who was From the new venture at'U.I ,JJ *«« ilw * Je " e 3wt», went IB QB Club will return to "'"""» Pads Monday. Brazoria, Wharton In GameThurs. Brazorla's Junior High Apaches open their five-gam* 1959 football schedule Thursday afternoon by hosting Wharton in a 4 pjn. round. Lloyd Thomas, head coach at Brazoria, announced that his 8th grade gridders would play West Columbia on Sept. 29 in a 7 p.m. road game, returning home on Oct. 8 to catch Needvllle at 4 pjn. The other two Brazoria games will both come on the road, one to Danbury on Oct. 15 and the other at Alvin on Oct. 22. The Danbury game is at 7 p.m. .and the Alvin match Die he high school for Ladies Fight on Oct. 5th. Detail* on is phase of the program will made later. *•"*-—. .7 • At last night's meeting. Head Roach Harden Cooper gave a irief rundown on the Lufkin tame and then turned the'pro- Tarn over to assistant coach loyd Tingle, who has scouted outh Park. • Cooper called the Exporter* [improved" over their showing ;ainst Jesse Jones. The naw iach also listed the eight times Irazosport gave away the baU, four on fumbles and four pan fcterceptlons, all helping Luf- Tin score. After a good «r*t half, thtr Ihippers lost their poise in the lecond half according to Coop- r and made several njistakes, fhlch lead to their 28-8 defeat, i In a scout report, Tlngl* call- id the South Park Greenies a enior outfit with lot* of ex- lerienct, waight, depth and peed. From tackl* to tackl*. nc Gretnie* iounds. averag* 181 The South Par* club, who lave a 1-1 record and picked o battlt Port Arthur for th» l-AAAA title, run a wlng-T Wensivg pattern, something oo he order of With a well-balanced of. am. — •• **•• wi*»BK«vvu V*' |«nse, which hinges on 1013 oj *f«ps. backfleld ip«ed and pow- r, Plus a hich-g«ared passing. ne Greenies are rated a favor- ite'over Brazosport. South Park will pass to their wo ends or a wingback In an »r game accoidlng to Tingle. A" three are «wlft. A favorite P«M of th* Omnlet will b* aj >"een pass, which they hav* at 4:30 p.m. Six lettermen ara back in the Brazoria camp aa Thomas get* his Tribe ready for Thursday's opener with Wharton. Returning from last year's squad will be Doyle Danford, Lawrence Henry, Marcas Ward, Allan Strother, Ronnie Stewart and Tommy Hester. Additional help will come from Robert Goolsby, Bernle Guidry, J«rry Froudry, Joe Polk, Pat McKay, Charles Maxwell and others. Froudry is a 230-pounder that will catch offensive and defensive JUNIOR Quarttrback Rogu McCary. abova. dirtci*d tha r*f°!£i" f, 1 -* 1 * lon * tou ehdown in lait w.tk'i lt-t loss Jo LuJkln. McCarys pasting and runnlnj h.lped iha Ships movt 61 yards in Un plays 10 scor* in tha fading minules. work. Send your children to ^ school in style! H-T r« 1-2^ with APC Hatt's Nw b*tt way to tab* car* of bacM**ho. Marshall Lions Roll Past Boling, 44-6, In Loop Play I. Sa* AUM fcr any awooat * to ItiOOO or awral 2. wMicasM 3* Rapay In small monthly amounts! UolcatAftWi Angleton's defending cham pion Marshall Lions opened their part of the District 12-A football chase last Saturday night with an easy 44-8 vie tory over Holing. Till hosting Lions roiled up a 26-8 halftime margin and than played a waiting game during the second half. In other conference activity West Columbia handed Sweeny an 18-6 Helping and Kendleton got knocked over by El Campo, 12-8. Lanler blanked Texas City, 30-0, in B non-district bout. Coach W, R. Toies Marshall gridders go after their second loop victory this week as the Lions host Sweeny in a Sat urday night contest, Lanler's road date to Holing for a Friday game shares the spotlight with Marshall-Sweeny. The Lanler club and Mar- shall were pre-season picks battle for the 12-A champio ship. Additional league games th week will have Van Vleck West Columbia on Friday an Crescent playing at Kendl ton also on Friday. For Angleton in theli gam with Holing, both Shed Wa< dy and Lee Carl Smith hot tacked up a pair of touch downs. Waddy caught a pair of TE passes, one from L. C. Row for 45 yards and the othe from Arthur Thomas for ! yards. Smith packed the pigskl five and 15 yards to accoun '.or scores, while Richard Ha blasted 10 yards for six points Willie Hall turned in th [ame's most sparkling play a le dashed 65 yards after pick ng off a Boling pass. FRIDAY'S COUNTY GRIP CAEP^. Final Non- District t*t*k M«w& «B^_ Jl^4_l.*. AA A ' - .•••«. •»"£-* Balkum ' Mlekay McCann and Phillip Brig, anca. Back row, Bobby J.nklns, Payton Dotwtl, Ewitt K*an*m.r and Larry VonCannon. After Friday's trip to MMarque, WC will return horn* to op«n 28-AA play. Only one mort non-district round before Brazoria County'* southern fouriomes statt play for keeps in their conference schoolboy football races. Oct. 2nd li "District Day' for Brazosport in 12-'AAAA, Angleton in 2J-AA and both Wezt Columbia and Sweeny in the 26-AA chase. ; However, three of the Bra- zosport section .foursome will take a crack at a final non- league foe this week in clos- Ing tuneup date*. Both Brazosport and West Columbia will go gunning for their first victories of the season as the Exporters travel to Beaumont to play the South Park Greenies and Wert Columbia Is at L* Marque. With Angleton sporting an open date, Sweeny draws the only county honor an Ed Waggoner'* Bulldogs return ,.to their home park after three straight road trips and face tough Columbus. After being sidetracked by swift Bay City the week before, Angleton got back on the victory trail last Friday with a wild 30-9 win over We*t Columbia. Sweeny Joined Angleton hi .he victory rundown a* the Julldogs smashed Schulenburg, 32-6, for their first taste of victory this season. Brarosport dropped their second game In as many out- Ings as th* Lufkin Panther* staged a last half (coring spree to sink the hotting Shipper*, 284. Wert Columbia's loss to Angleton was their th|rd of the season for E. S. Golson'* crippled Roughnecks. All three Brazoria County clubs that have Friday game* appear to be In for a rough night at Columbus is picked to dump Sweeny, AAA La Marque la tagged to tough for WC and South Park 1* a 12 point pick over Brazosport.. However, West Columbia should rebound in league play as the Tfeck* will welcome back several grtdder* tha have been out with injuries. For Brazotport the season looks long and lean. The Shipper* are the only 12-AAAA club yet to win and their chances at getting a victory seem to be getting glimmer. A complete rundown of the county foursome include* only three wins, two of those by Angleton, and eight setback* Adding AAA Alvin and the class B Danbury Panthers to the group, the record i* somewhat Improved a* Alvlri is unbeaten In two game*, both over AA foe*. Perhaps the Angleton vie tory over West Columbia was the blggeat tingle Item on the '* •• / •.. ,i- • i... • Sports Gulf Coast GRIDVIEW BRAZORtA COUNTY FOOTBALL ROUHDUP Hot Official T«am Standino* W L Pts. 2 0 29 51 46 20 18 Opp I 2 2 5 Vts. 1 1 1 1 i!u . Featuring Low-Oost FINANCE COMPANY ', Jr, t*M M» 3-2696 Freeport Tha loan* »bov* inelud* in- surano* that pay your payments in cat* of sickness and pay tha full balance ia caaa of death. JOHN WAYNE DEAN MARTIN RICKY NELSON RIO TECHNICOLOR SUN. Thru WED. ~T ANQ1E DiCKINSOM WALTER BRENNAN A COLUMBIA PICTURE ME AND THE COLONEL r«am Alvin Angleton iweeny Brazosport West Col. Lufkin 28—Brazosport 0 Alyih 8—Whartoh o Angleton 30—West CoL f Sweeny 32—Schulenburg ( This W-ik's Schedule Brazosport at South Park (Beaumont) West Columbia at LaMarqu* Columbu* at Sweeny Angleton (open date) Alvin at Deer Park Pearland at Danbury Laadistaj Brasotport AIM Scaracn lartr, Ichoel Cerr, Angleton Dorsett, WC rheeler. Sweeny arwell, Sweeny arfleld, Sweeny cott, Angleton ueitt, Angltton illough, Angleton Krenek, Angleton OTOS, AngUton alloway, Sweeny ankford, Sweeny enkins, WC ittenon, BHS terllng. BHS ord. BHS lynda,, BHS urt, Sweeny Meadon, Sweeny Myrick, Angleton It-AAAA Taam Galena Park Pasadena South Houston Texaa City Baytown Sp, Branch Galveston Brazosport Last W..k's flMuU* Lufki- 28—Brazosport 6 Port Arthur 20—Baytown 13 Sp. Branch 8—Victoria 0 GaJv-ton 25—South Park 7 Texas City 19—L»M«*cjue 7 Galena Park 21—SFA (Houston) 0 Pasadena 33—Bellaire 6 This Weak-* lehtdul* Brazosport at South Park Crozier Tech at Sp. Branch ^C Hay at Baytown Midland at Galena Park Texas Ctiy at Lufkin Pasa* • • at Port Neches South Hoi-ton at Smilay 15-AA BtaodiBft T.am w 3 0 J < 2 I 3 | Diet'— 'n '>"•- ..... ngleton leer P»rk aPorte anta F* Clear Creek 1 1 1 1 02 0 3 Last Wok's Kuulis Anglrton SO— West Col. 8 " »r Po-' JO—'" '"—• H> 14 ~>lcW*«~- •"> — ^Davton 0 '"mM» «« «i... Creek 8 T.aPort» SI— Tomball 12 12 n«, »0 in Thl» N Mville at Clear Creek Channelview at Karbers Hill \lvin »» Deer Park L t a JI-AA Standings 'tarn Palados Boling Edna Sweeny Wharton Needville West Col. Last Week's Rttulis Angleton 30— Wert CoL 6 Sweeny 32— Schulenburg 6 Fort Bend 20— Needvffl* a Paladoa 41— Ganado 0 Bay City 58-rEdna 0 Alvin 8 — Wharton 0 m Wert Columbia at LaMarqoe Columbus at Sweeny Boling at Bay City _ Edna at Cuero Needville at dear Creek Industrial at Palatio* Wharton at El Campo over and play dead. . Midland and Galena Park are In' jived —— a-™ j «*,««* , «.*** vinicaact JrdJ.(\ ttTc in 1 JlVcQ From this week's open date, fn "other spotlight attraction. I*a> • Vifitfti+mt* l_I^t_^.^< 11 i_ A* Tlf^lrif cr-rt f n «*fll __it• , the Wildcat* kickoff their 25- DickinscB Is still rolling Boling Is expected W faH from the rank* of UN' unbeaten this week when ttujr _^--- .— - -•«• ~ —••" — ••» — «-™» H.ojr wun B tackle the Bay City ehib, a H^T^nT °S^ U B '?° p J? c " nerfect 3 -° mark whll « Chan-i AAA outfit who htv* th* tinn ttnll nat/B HT/^ t*M»f:«<* O« _ . • ,, _ , • « -— • *"T 2-0 ratine i flrst thr <« gam«« »rt» AA _. schools. ex- wayside; the play for keeps Palacios and Boling hold un-'tle AlvinT AA card with a trip to Clear air .g in 2t-AA play with H Ui? t u er OP 6 " 1 "* Io °P ac " "erfect 3-0 mark while Cl lion will have WC hosting Pa- ne i v w «mrt« . •> n ,„. lacios in 26-AA and Sweeny £!„. ^ , ., , playing Wharton in that lea- However - Channelview Is gue. , pected to fall by the way. gue. Hardin Cooper's league opener with Brazosport will be against Galena Park Yellow- jackets, picked to notch the 12-AAAA banner. That feature scrap comes at Hopper Field. In the Ships date with Lufkin last week, the East Texas Panthers used Brazotport fumble* and pass interceptions to carve out a 28-6 victory. The entire 34-point output came In the second half. The two non-district rivals battled to a scoreless deadlock at halftime, but the Panther* scored twice in the third and fourth quarters and had the Ships down, 28-0. Reserve quarterback Roger McCary came to to direct the Ships on a 68 yard drive in 10 play* for their only score. Billy Wheeler and the passing of Dean Thomas carried Sweeny part Schulenburg. Thoma*, injured in the opening game with Fort Beiti played only one play but it was long enough to complete a TO pass, his third in as many games. Angleton's Barry Kerr, Bobby Krenek, Rickey Scott, Robert Dueitt and others combined their depth and speed to smash arch-rival West Columbia, 30-8, in their 36th annual all-coanty clash. Payton Dorsett dashed 64 yards in the dosing seconds for WC** lone score. In the Brazosport-Area scoring chase, Kerr, Dorsett and Wheeler all shared the lead with 12 point*, whfle end Kay Harwell has accounted for 10 points. Wheeler had .*. pair of TD's against Schulenbers to--1ump Into a mare for the lead. In 12-AAAA play, four ieaws are still unbeaten. That toursome includes Galena Park, Pasadena, South Hous- oeaten marks In . tht * AA . roundup, with -fillet*.' 4M toy, 3-0. followed by Bolting'* 14 county lineup as it sounded a ton and Texas City. Three S^i,^ H 3r i l M 2? r f* Clubs — ^yf^ 1 ' Galveston pack will be hard to handle In and Spring Branch—have l-l , ratjngj| whUe the Shlpperg Unwm _ .„„.. and Deer Park Have yet to win In two tries. Defending champion tdaa, were pre-season picks as the The feature game in 12- blasted M-0 by powarful Bay two top contender* for th e o . cl . rcl t s thls week win be City last week, ha* a J-l; r»t> loop Utle but defending cham- "^r^J!?™! date agai " stin «- The «maiaiflt »-AA PU* Antfeton will not ;«11 *taS? Sed 1 '^ 0 " 5 "'** "*"* '" •»'"«•••-* mark. S"e7i/e o c/o//or b/// on every ft/// ON REGULAR GAS! AAA Bucks Again Occupy Spotlight In Prep Slate OnUm! Pits* International U there's a soft spot on th Breckenridge Buckaroo iche* ulc it must still be a good wa further down the Texas *choo boy football path. For, no sooner do the defenc ing state AAA champ* Bucks get by strong Sweetwatcr an AAAA titlist Wichita Falls without a loss than thty raus :ak< on high-rolling Levellan< this weak and then face the always-tough Abilene Eagles tha following week and wini up with improving Snyder be fore barging into their district slate. For the third straight week, tha Bucks will occupy the prep spotlight in the No. 1 game o th* week end. Th»y whipped Sweetwater in the first on 24-0 and then tied Wichita Falls 14-14 last week. Levelland, thi week'* foe, has brushed oas Jrownfield 12-6 and Monahans 12-20 and was ranked third it the AAA ranks prior to las week's games. There'll be some other 1m lortant games on this week' program, but none can approacl he West Texas clash for DO tential thrills. Wichita Falls gets a breather against weak Fort Worth Poly ibilene is idle. Corpus Christ Uy faces a toughie in Bay town, Highland Park meats an other good testing agent ii Texarkana, San Antonio Jeffer on hosts an average Austin ligh team, Longview enter ains Fort Worth Arlington [eights, Port Arthur travels to Ode*** High and Amarillo Tas- osa host* weak El Paso Austin. Cleburne, AAA's No. 2 team HAVOK King Edward AMERICA'S Invincibl* Dtluu 2/l5< tnpwlal M Cijorillo J/XM until beaten 16-14 ia the final seconds by AA champ Stamford last week, plays at Fort Worth Paschal, Nederland entertains ambitious Waco University and IfcKlnney is at Arlington in the other feature AAA games. Last weak saw seven of the state's top-rated clubs — five of them in AAA — take U on the chin. In AAAA. Baytown 6th was beaten by Port Arthur 8th 2013 and Corpus Chrurti M'"fr 9th lost to Alamo Height! 3316. In AAA in addition to Cle- buroe'a loss to Stamford, Athen* 5th was upset by Header»on 28-31, Nacogdoche* 6th lost to Houston Milby U-7, Sweetwater 7th fell before Abilene 29-12 and Andrews !0th was stunned 38-7 by Snyder. nc/Qrct WM/C 34 fi3r/96O f SEE THE NEW THURSDAY OCT. I AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZE* QUALITY DEALER'S TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED LAKE JXCKSON, I%XAS Member Fedeial Druo.t>

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