The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 27, 1959 · Page 8
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, September 27, 1959
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THE BRA 20 SPORT Brazoaport and Bmdria County, Texas, Sunday Sept. 87, 1969 WIST Cofambfa gourd Rkhard Coolefcr. ' •••** luld down a st*iii»oj rote lor the. Jtougfcaeek* last Bight in ih«iz dating non- Dorsett Goes 93-Yarc/s. vifli LaManrm. Ooeltby wat • top. defeaaive *J«T« in fee M-l loes suf- iend by fte H««lDMck». Swipe Seven Posses *, ^ Trims Sweeny's fired-up Bulldogs turned seven pass interceptions into a 20-8 upset victory over the Columbus Cardinals '»st night. The non-district football clash was the first home game for Ed Waggoner and his Bulldog pack in four outings and an overflow crowd of 3,500 fans turned out to witness the bout, The 26-AA Bulldogs had dropped opening rounds to Fort Bend, 8-8, and powerful Dickinson, 42-8, but rebounded to get t 32-8 win wet Schulenburg last week. ' Friday's win for the Bulldogs gives them a t-2 rating to take into the first round of conference play. Waggoner's troops once again hit the road this week with a trip to Wharton to test the Tigers in an opening league date. From Wharton the Bulldogs will return home on Nov. 9th to host Edna, the* defending champions. In last night's game with Columbus, the Bulldogs 'were outgained on the ground as the Lee Mitchell coached Cardinals h«d their short punt offensive machine moving in high gear. 1 West Columbia Roughnecks Bow To AAA LaMarque Tigers, 36-6 if Marque's big and powerful Tigers rolled past the West Columbia. Roughnecks by a i score of 36-8 last night in a '•' map-district football game. The hosting Tigers, who are ,, < picked to fight it out with Bay City for the 12-AAA . championship, had the West-Columbia crew down 23-0 at halftime. For the Weeks it was loss number fou? without a victory. • j Schoolboy Football Scores press Irrfernalional Texas schoolboy football re- sultsr CLAM A AAA Carlsbad, N.M. 20 El Paso Jrf- fersoa** •"-' '--••• - •• ; Ysleta High 21 Odessa Ector 16 Fampa 41 El Paso Bowie 6 Las Cruces,, H.M. 20 El Paso High 12- .-.:j.V;V' .. . . n Paso Surges 20,EX Paso Tech I* - .. ,.•-. y San, Angelo 8 Dallas Samuell 0 Odessa High 7< Port Arthur 8 Borger 30 Duncan, Okla. 20 Amarillo Tascosa 36 El Paso Austin 14 ,, ; '.' P'amview 29 Hereford 22 fort Worth North Side 8 Lub- bocjc High 8 '.: . , Wichita Falls 67 Fort Worth Poly d ' Arlington 30 HcKinney 19 Garland 12 Grand Prairie 0 Irving 14 Carrollton 6 Birdville 48 Fort Worth Diamond Hill 0 Cleburne 29 Fort Worth Paschal 8 Dallas Sunset 14 Dallas Jefferson 13 Dallas Kimball 6 North Dallas « tie . -•. • Dallas Adams 28 Sherman 8 Tyler High 4* Denton 0 Gainesville 23'Deni»on 0 ' Highland Park 20 Texarkana 14 Lufkin 13 Texas City 6 Longview 22 Fort Worth ington Heights 8 Houston Davis 12 Houston La- .rn»r 6 Houston Milby 2$ Houston San Jacinto 0 Houston Reagart 25 Houston S. F. Austin 8 fort Neches 21 Fasadenal9 Beaumont French 25 Beaumont High? Beaumont South'Park 6 Freeport 0 ;':.-. Sulphur, La. 7- : Orange 0 Cprpus Christj Bay 20 Baytown Galena Park 13 Midland 10 , Spring Branch 28 Dallas Tech 8 Bryan 3 Conroe 0 Temple 21 Corsicana 6 'Alamo Heights 23 Austin McCallum 0 . Victoria 13 Corpus Christ! Carroll 0 Kingsville 8 Edinburg 8 tie Marshall 26 KltgeJS 18'' '' Greenville 14 Gladewater 8 Mt. Pleasant 8 Henderson 6 Tyler Lee 35 Palestine 28 , Carthage 40 Center 8 • Athens 7 Jacksonville • >• La Vega 26 Ennis (K^-a. : Mineral Wells 36 Stephenvjlle 12 Aldine 8 Dickinson 2 .. Macogdoches SO Huntsvllle-6 South Houston: 20 Smiley 0 Nederland 2» Waco University 21 ' ' ... <-. ••-•'• Port Acres 32 Silsbee 8 ' vidor 16 Jasper 0 . . •.,,', : -J Jeer Park 18 Alvin 14 ; >' flay City 68 Boling 6' . . " u Marque 36 West Columbia 6 drenham 16 Lamar Consolidatv ed 6 21 Campo 20 Wharton 6 San Marcos 32 Lockhart 8 New Braufels 20 Beeville 6 Bui-net 8 San Antonio MacArthur 6 Hondo 27 Uvalde 0 Felfurrias 40 Hobstown 28 Port Lavaca 8 Sinton 0 Cuero 16 Edna 6 Brownsville 6 Pharr-San Juan- B. S. Golson's gridders, playing a double - tough schedule, have dropped games to Port Acres, 6-0, Alvin, 19-12, Angleton, 30-6, and now La Marque. Both Alvin and La Marque are AAA entries, while Port Acres is unbeaten in four james and one of the rated teams in state AA schoolooy play. Angleton was a state AA finalist in the playoffs last year. From the loss to La Marque, he "Necks now return home to open their 26AA slate and against the Palacios Sharks, who have won theii opening four games. For the Palacios garne, Gol- s'on is hopeful that ^11 his players return from the injured Four West Columbia regu- i»rs missed the La Marque jame du*;.to,*i«'tajuries sutured n the James, Alamo 0 Donna 14 Mission 6 ) Edcouch-Elsa 20 Rio ' Grande City 7 San Benito 63 Raymondyille 12 Mercedes 12 Weslaco 6 AA Clear Creek 8 Needville 0 Channelview 31 Barbers Hill 8 Tidehaven 24 Santa Fe 20 Sweeny 20 Columbus 6 Palacios 41 Vanderbilt 0 Yoakum 19 Smithvill* 7 Luling 26 Bastrop 12 : San Antonio dale 6 Tech 8 Harlan- Antonio Jefferson 47 Austin S. F. Austin 22 Hatlingen 12 AJice 6 South Antonio 24 San Antonio ' Danbury In Easy 5 weep Of Heariand Danbury evened their record at 2-2 Ian night by beating arch rival Pearland,. 36-14, in a non-district football contest. The yearly attraction was played at Danbury before ah overflow crowd. The hosting eleven jumped off to a quick 12-0 margin as Jim Kern and Vicfc Swedlund tacked up touchdowns. Pearland got right back in the game when - Austin Trayisi : 14 San Antonio Burbank 12 .j; Eagle Pass 2*. Laredo 12 CLAgp AAA as 16 Canyon 6 kenridge i-7 Levelland 6 ips 38 TtJHa 0 Littlefield 22 Brownfield 8 Pecos 21 Crane 6 Kermit 18 Lamesa 6 Stamford 8 Sweetwater 6 Monahans 36 Colorado City d jnyder 31 Big Spring 6 Del Blp 28 Lake-View 22 OUeen 5 Weatherford 6 Brownwood 67 Kerrville 0 pwharn 39 Fort Worth Castle- h*j*y o •; Mtsquite 33 Wnitesboro 6 Bowie 41 Forjii Worth Brewer r«t Worth Eastern Hills gor), Worth L«nfri 0 Paris -o \.\. " jchie'O Mt. Veinoa L& auipnui pushed across a Mac six Hudson pointer tbers took margin and then added a two-point PAT, making the score 12-S. Before the halftime gun sounded Danbury's George Jennings blasted over from one yard out and the hosting Pan"—- '— in a 20Vg; : }M«tIme Two touchdowns were posted by Danbury in the second half, both on dazzling' runs. Ken Piper dashed 47 yards for one, while William Zgarba intercepted a Pearland pass and sprinted 65 yards on the longest run of the night. Pearland got another touchdown when Hudson slammec over from the one. With wins over-Ptarland and the Wharton 'B 1 team, along with defeats at the hands of fola an£ Crescent, the Panth- of I Hill. , -Alvin while and Angleton several more daught oijly limited service. Mi«Hd| wefe such gridders as T«mj$y.$;^ow«rs, Joe Ben Henry, D. Williamson and Bil" ' Ldwe. AU of these, with the tcepticJi of Henry, who is out 'or-the season, should be baclt in uniform for the Palacios round. In the La Marque game, full- >acfc Lynn Etberidge paced the Tiger victory with a pair of ouchdowns and then had scoring passes to Richard Nelson and Larry Bulaich. Bulaich also turned in a 54-yard scoring dash to add o the La Marque parade. West Columbia's lone touch- lown came in the third tiuai- er when quarterback Paynn Dorsett intercepted a La ilarque pass and sprinted Deck 0S yards, Doriett scored West Colum- >ia's single TD against Aiigle- on the same way, as he i<>ked off a pass and went 64 yards in the closing seconds of play. For the Roughnecks on de- :ense, Everett Kennermer was he top performer, «etting 17 ackles, while James Wleczjjk. Richard Goolsby, Larry Von Cannon, Wayne Pollard Raymond Carlton and others were top players.: On the offensive side. Dorsett and Robert Jenkins were the key running WVR in the Wharton In 8-6 Win Over Brazoria Jrs. Brazoria dropped an 8-6 football date to Wbarton's Sth grade gridders in an opening game for both clubs last Thursday, Lloyd Thomas saw his host ing Apaches put six points on the Scoreboard first, but Wharton came up with a TD and the extra points with only » few seconds left to play in tho first half. Ronnie Stewart accounted for the Brazoria touchdown with a 40-yard run -on a right end pitchoat. Wharton scored on a ten yard pass play with torn* 15 seconds to play in the first half. Stewart, Lawrence Henry. arfc Ward, Doyle Dcnford, Benny Guindry, Tommy Hester, Charles Mexweli. Pat Me Sfay, Joe Polk and others played top games on offense an* ''•'ense. Wra'oria wl" travel to We cl •ecood game of the season. I West Columbia attack, which was kept under control most of the night by the stout La Marque line. With tailback Ken Pate cail-cBilly Wheeler returned ing the turns, the Cards rolled up 260 yards and 18 first downs, while Sweeny was able to only get eight first dowos and 120 rushing yards. When it came to passing, Sweeny caught more ColurHbu* passes than the Cardinals did. The Bulldogs swiped seven Cardinal chunks and turned two of those into easy touchdowns. The other pasted picked off by Sweeny curtailed Columbus drives. < Columbus struck paydlrt first as Pate guided a 60 yard drtve that was climaxed-with A tour yard drive by Pate up the middle. The point bid was missed the favored Cards had * «-0 first quarter margin. Then came the big play. Columbus kicked to Sweeny and halfback Ed Burt, a speedy sophomore, hauled in the Mil on his own 14 yard line. Right Up the middle came Burt behind a blanket ol timely blocks, then he cut to the left and was off and running on a dazzling 86 yard play. Quarterback Dean Thomas: then came off the bench to hit end Carl Erfuidt with a two- point PAT pass and Swteny moved into a 8-6 lead. : . • • In the third quarter, defensive Ronnie Griffin picked off' a Columbus flat pass and dashed 25 yards for an easy score, while Thirl Autrey nabbed a Cardinal pass in the fourth quarter and rambled 45 yards for a closing score. The Cards went to the aft-JO times during the date and ;s*w the Bulldogs get seven. Autrey headed the Sweeny defenders by getting two Columbus'-aerials. Sweeny, came close to scoring once, more in the game when '0 yards to the Card ten. On the first play, the BulU , 20-6 cause at one point with a 57- Sucr players as Hoy Harwell, | Roy Stockman, Sonny Batfield, At the quarterback >ro!e, sen- Us Adsmn, Griffin, Wheeler, dots fumbled and Columbusi lot l»tt«rm»n Bonnie Griffin ' Burl and a host of others turn-' •ncked up the ball. Burt helped the j called th« plays/and turned in j frd in outstanding game* for the Sweeny i« top-flight, job.., Bulldogs. fort Bend .. Balkum Sparks WC B Victory Halfback, Bobby Balkum put on'a one-man offensive show ast Thursday night as the West Columbia 'B' team smashed the' Fort Bend 'B'"team by a 35-6 score. '"' ' : " Balkum rolled up 325 rusn- ng yards by himself in 17 carries for almost a 20 yard per carry average. Besides all this, the young scooter, who had played on the iVest Columbia varsity for the first two games as a reserve quarterback, packed the pis- skin for three touchdowns in the rout of Fort Bend. The speedster, who is the brother of West Columbia assistant coach Doug Balkum, lad touchdown runs of 83, 61 and 20 yards for the night All three of his scores came n the first half all three rm the same play, which was a right end pitchout After turn- Sweeny'B' Team Downs Columbus Behind the two touchdown effort of Don Long, the Sweeny B' team rolled past the Colunbus 'B' team by a score of 30-12 .last Thursday night. Long hauled in a pass from quarterback David Weeks and raced 40 yards for one of bis six pointers. Other Sweeny gridders get- ing in the scoring column were rubby Meadors and Milton Graham, While the Sweeny 'B' team were notching a victory in a game played at Columbui, the Sweeny 7th and 8th grade clubs hosted Clear Creek and the Junior High Pups drew Lake rgon. C'sar Creek dropped the 7th grade 6-0, while the 8th grade also lost to CC by a 6-0 score. In the Junior Hiijh came, Sweeny fell before LJ, 26-6. ing the corner, Balkum .jus 1 turned on the speed and outraced the deep Fort Bend- de fensive backs. .- ., Others that added .touch downs' in the West CoTumbia pack were E. R. Galloway, who went ten yards to score, am El wood Cald well, who rammed over from seven yards out. Thomas Scott and Mickey McCann each posted two point era In after touchdown bids while James Couser booted one extra point. to round out .the West Columbia scoring. -Thi 'B' team had a 20-0 halftime margain. In other football results a West Columbia, Angleton ac count-- 1 for a 14-0 win , ovei WC in a recent game Involving 8th grade gridders. With one loss, the West Col umbia 8th grade will host Braz oria's 8th grade this Tuesday night in a 7 p.m. contest. On Monday, Nov. Sth, thi Sth graders will travel to L»k Jackson for a game, and then go to Needville on Nov. 13. Freepost will coma into. West Columbia on Nov. 20 and* then Clute will play the role o visitors on Nov. 27, while the season will come* to an end as the 8th Sweeny. graders travel to 48 HOUR SERVICE KODACHROM PROOSSING sr KODAK Deloney's PHARMACY ANGIUON II 9 6446 CHARLES B. B08E . twociate AU Policies May Have Standard ProvUioai, But, All Policies Are NOT Written The Samtl IF YOU CARE - COMPARE COVERAGE - PRICE - SERVICE CALL BE 3-3901 TODAY HOME • IUSINESS - AUTO HOSPIWIZATIOH LIFE LETTERMAH Fullback Thril Autr.r. above, played a key rol» in lait nlghl's Sweeny game with Columbus. The Sweeny ' fullback picked oii two Columbus panes and- returned one for' 45 yards and a touch-down in the Bulldogs 20-6 win. Alvin Loses Undefeated Rank Friday Alvin ifettowJidMtt were nosed out of th« rtflto «t the undefeated Friday, Iwt ft to* the closing gun to wi*k» MM The second h»H «t th« §HM belonged to ArriJi, Mid, font points behind, titty wtn poised at the Deer Park ibt-yMd-IlM when the gun clotcd «i* font and gave the victory to the hosting Deer, 18-14. Deer Park had come to life first. After a scoreless first period, the Dew tml*a*)Md their brilliant Quarterback Frank Henderson to produce a comfortable lead during the second quarter, From the 29 yard line, Henderson connected with * inert pass to Gary Van Trease, who carried the b*U tte remaining 15 yards to.the touchdown. The kick failed, leaving the (wre at 6-0. : Late in the lecond quarter, * seooqd Deer drive w«s Hen- :<i^Brtiiffl'i' the , way,. H« con- me£t»d?pl|p two more panes to Van Tfease, ran the bin twice hlmvelf for long gains, and then went .over- on a .quarterback sneak. .'Ha was Stopped on t running .\jfcj for the two-pointer, ^AlymWiled early In tha second half; never relinquishing the they drove in 10 'plays to 4 the Deer 22. From there Quarterback iee Reavls went the remaining distance. Fullback W. N. Moore convert* cd, and the score was 12-7. NOW...TSO IS OPEN IN FREEPORT TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 102 2ND ST. LENSES OR GLASSES? •••••• • ' ••'••'''•??*: K - ;> •. WHICHEVER 3HE PREFERS...TSO G/ves Her the Flnttt Q««fTy Sh9 Can Obtain at tha Most Reatonable Cost I. 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