The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 23, 1959 · Page 8
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PageS THE FACTS Brazosport and Brazoria County, Texas, Wed., Sqat. 83,198S First Gome In Beaumont Since '55 rsf Come in Beaumonr since j j ... • _ Exporters Try South MJUn -.n=r .iasss-svsaassiaasssasas-sns Remember the Beaumont trip of 1955? Not since that whistle filled night against Beaumont's Royal Purple back in '55 have the Brazosport Exporters been to the Tri- City' section of Texas for a football game. However, Harden Cooper paraTes his Exporters into Beauittont this Friday to engage "the South Park Greenies in a closing non-district game of ITS 1959 campaign. Klckoff time for the contes' will be at 7:30 p.m. from the South' Park High School Sta^ dium. In '55, the Shippers and Beaumont High squared off in a real fistic brawl in the clos- ng minutes and it took the 'Star Spangled Banner" to quell the heated scrap. Both fans and players joined In on that toe-to-toe bout and the game was halted with 3:30 left to play and Beaumont awarded the victory. The Royal Purple, who drew close to 150 yards in penalties that night, were leading, 32-14, at the time of the fight. The game was a District 12-AAAA affair. That was the last year for Beaumont in the league race as they went into 11-AAAA, the loop they are now In, and Brazosport has not been back to BeaumonK However, Friday's game will re-kindle an old series with the Greenies, a team the Exporters used to play wnen Siazosport was in AAA circles. The last time the Ships and Greenies faced each other was in 1953 and the Exporters cnme out on top. For the Friday CUte with winless Brazosport, the Gre- enies will throw their wing-T offensive formation at the Exporters. This pattern, which is like that used by LSU, will hinge on speed, passes and trap plays. Exporter scouts report tha the Greenies line to throw the screen pass, a play they hav called five times in their two 7, last week< The hosting Greenies'are rated a favorite over Brafcospbrt, who have lost to Jesse Jones, 23-14, and Lufkln, 28-6'. Wes Broussard, 220, Wally Phythianj 180, Bryan Slaone, 200, Billy Wilklns, 175, and Wayne Townsend, 180,.are the heart of the South '. Park line. Wilbert .Bragg, 171, yrtll man the quarterback spot, while hard running Arnold Ibeck, a clutch performer, is at fullback. A pair of speedy halfbacks and deadly pass catchers In Richard Prejean and Winston Goodrich give the Greenies lots of balance and speed. and ftonnik Beafdoit, 146, are able cass I receivers and blockers. Hopeful. ot jetting a little more punch oil the Exporter "go" or oftensWe.teanvCoop- er will probably] give the open- Ing quarterback] nod; to. Roger McCafy, a junttr wKd guided the Ships to Writ:lone score against Lutkln ikst-week.. ' • Bob Waifceritte; number one quarterback fo|ith^ fost two games will prooab^T; log tots' of playing ; ttnW''at quarterback or a flanker bacii in the Ships !6ot on defense, will Ue at h< old stand. Pattersoit . is tl-. leading ball carrier Ih the Ex porter camp with 139 yards in 34 trips. ' • Halfback work will go to Bo. Tate, Cooper Ford, Fores' Clark, Noel McAnulty, Fora Brown, Lyhn Longtno.and oth ers. Among ..the halfback?, Ford has been the most effes live. Tate, Ford, McAnulty, Clark) Danbury Panthers Host Pearland In Friday Game After losing two games by ten points, the Danbury Panthers are hopeful of "getting back on the winning trail and at the expense of their i arch-rival Fearland. Coach Louis Holt's 34-B Panthers host Pearland In a Friday night game starting at 8 pjn. and one •of the two games • set County. inside; Brazorla HEADY FOR Halfback work thii Friday night in the Exporter game with South Park will be the three above grldders. The ihraeiome Includei, from left to light. Bob. Tate, Foiest Clark and Lynn Longino. The Shippers will be in Beaumont for the South Park date. JUUVJ* ' ' . -,'j '. Sweeny will draW •• Columbus in the other county game, while Brazosport, Alvin and West Columbia have road dates. An- jleton has an open week on their card. The Panthers opened the season with a 34-16 win over Wharton's 'B' teem,-but then lost to lola, 8-6, and'Crescent, 14-6, last week. From this Friday's non-district date, the Pack will move over to Barbers Hill on Oct 2nd, then to Sheridan on Oct 9th and back to Danbury on Oct. 16 to open loop play *}gain stVanVleck. Orchard, winner of the Dis trlct 34-B championship 'for ie past two years, are once gain pegged the top team In ie five-team conference. For Friday's game with Pear- ana,'Holt will depend on 12 :ttermen back in the Panther en. Backfield vets Include Vick owedlund, Leo Olshevsky, Lonnie Lostak and Gary Raney, all halfbacks. George Jennings s a returning letterman now playing quarterback, while Cenneth Piper is back at full- Guards Feter Peltier, Billy ebestia and Henry Tippit are back, along with tackle Billy Patterson and ends Willie Zganba and Mike Glassford. Patterson and Swedliind are the Danbury co-captains. Additional help will come from Robert Dudson, James Jennings and Jim Kern in Friday's clash with Pearland. Holt, who served as a coach in the Hor-do system last year, is starting his first season as head coach of the Panthers. irown and Longlno, along with •ds Donald Hynds'and Don" d Plsklak are key pass tar- •ts for Walker and McCary. In the Exporters dffenslve ne, Cooper will probably call n Joe Cousins 'at center, tynds and Pisklak at the end pots, Kenneth Lee and Bobby owell at tackles and Allan Uorkey artd Terry Forbes -tiie unrds. Such defensive players as ',arry Masters, Bubba Willeh berg, Kenneth Bear, Jack Pybus, Hynds, Patterson, McAnulty, Bear, Pisklak, Ford, Clark and others draw roles. Some of the Exporters will go only one way against South Park, while others will to* forced to handle both defensive and offensive jobs. ' , Work on of tensive ball handl ing, plus some drills on .pass Ing, have been on the Ship work slate this week. Fumbles have been a killer'In the •Big Red" games this year a the locals have lost seven ou of 12 bobbles. Despite the Tuedsay after noon rains, Cooper had th Exporters outside , for work outs. Both offense and defens got In on the act, with th if tensive unit looking sharp Somft play«' changes were oted In tuesdsy drills at wo layer* were moved to the arsity. Windell Stinson came l> from the Junior Varsity td right, defensive end spot, hilfr Butt Jackson will hold a eft defensive guard role. Other changes had Masters moving from rightto left de- ehslve end arid Pisklak'from eft to right defensive end. Wll- enberg was put in a left often* ive end position. ,V ' f • • l • Game . "«? v rilV " ; "f^\ \r More Sports 10 Follow This Route To Beaumont South Park For Bmoipoti Exporter football lam planning oil making the Fildar hip Jo Be»untont ie- watch* th* Bhlpptn biitle South Paik, here'i the belt roule to like. Go from Braieiport to Alvln, Jak. Highway 141 tiuonah iht lunnel on to Baytown and Dayton. From Dayton, l.kt Highway 90 through Llb.tiy HfW At Ihe "circle In Beaumont, which Highway 10 wini IB- to. turn uuth on ColUg* Drive and continue MWM *>»<••; One* you paw Lamar Tech College, the South Park «ehe«l and football Held are only a Jew Wocki. ' ^v-; ,^ Both the itadluro and parking lot are lo «al»d abp-uMwo blocks off to the right from Coll»g» Drift, The SouUt P«w They ta-jtX** fin* tftheGMdyearSipi th. nigh... wilt stay at the Edion Motel. Several oul»l»ndlng ntar both the Motel and circle at Beaumont. • . . BiMOiport fan. will lit on the East Side of the SauUl V) Park Stadium, which will hold upwards of B.OOO. _ IT * * X Shots BHAZOSPOHT EXPORTER INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS • Not Official "*•" Beaton Result« Jesse Jones 23—BHS 14 Lufkln 28—BHS 6 ~' Ship Scoring Player Polnt ! Patterson ° Fordf ||^,. Rushing * Player' TC Yd*. .Ave. ,;,"' << ' feson 34 ^ 4 3 0h 5 20 4.0 4 15 3.7 3 8 2.6 3.3 1.0 12 2.0 1 1 1.0 27 12 0.4 -Sterling Clark McAnultr McQtoy " Strcjjg WalUcer Walker McCary Griffin Pasting PA PC PI Vdi. 18 14 1 15S 4 2 2 25 2010 " Pau Receiving Player PC Yc Ford 3 51 Hynds 6 * Tate- I 3 1 Clarlr 4 3 Pisltlak'- 1 : Sterling 1 - Two-Game Siatiiiict "~ BHS 24 24 First Downs Passes Att. Pass'es Com. Passes Int Pasjihg Yardage Fumbles Fumbles Lost Yards Rushing Total ..-Yards Sweeping Price Reductions! GOOD/YEAR H«f» or* the biggest, Most sweeping raducHom in 1^ Long Yean! . 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