The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 28, 1959 · Page 6
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, September 28, 1959
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- * •<=!<••• Ships, WC At Home... Four County Grid Teams Start League Play Friday Wew. While the twosome catch While tne twosome catch *"<= miuusinui. - uaiena tugged foes In non - district Park and West Columbla-Pala- nrar« H*a»n*nn*» A n »1 a t n n CiOS BamCS are both CBrbnB wars, Brazosport, Angleton Bios' games are both cai West Columbia and Sweeny copies for league openers. open the lid on the 1959 con ference program. Winless Brazosport starts off with state ranked Galena Park in a date due from Hopper Field, while Angleton moves to the road by catching Clear Creek in a 25-AA test, rWest Columbia and Sweeny, the county's two 26-AA members, have their work cut out as WC' will host unbeaten Palacios and Sweeny goes to Wharton. ':'. Only Brazosport's 12-AAAA date . with Galena Park and the WC contest with Palacios will be county games this week. QB Meeting Set Tonight In L Jackson Planned 'for 7:30 p.m., the Brazosport Quarterback Club will stage tonight's meeting at the Lake Jackson Junior High Cafeteria. This will be the first Quarterback Club meeting of 1959 held in Lake Jackson and a large crowd is expected to attend the 'event. F"ms of the Brazosport game with South Pa'rk, which took place last Friday night in Beaumont, will highlight the affair. The Shippers dropped a 8-0 date >to the Greenies. , In addition to ths game film, Exporter Head Coach Harden Cooper'Will give the QB Club members.and Ship fans a brief report on game the" South Park A scout report on Galena Park, the Exporters next foot- ba}{ foe,, will also be on to• night's' program. The game with Galena Park will opert .Brazosport's District 12-AAAA card. The contest will be'held at Hopper Field on Friday. Brazosport Athletic Director H.E.-Hopper will go over this week's -Junior High schedule for local clubs. Quarterback Club President T. C. Selman will be in charge of the meet- Ing. • follow Your Team In The Facts Angleton and Sweeny are Only Alvin and Daubury Angleton ana sweeny are escape the' opening district joiried by both Alvin and Dan- football bell'this week in the bury for road trips. Alvin is Brazorla County pigskin pre- oil • to Liberty and Danburj goes to Barbers Hill. The Brazosport - Galena loop opener on Friday. With two wins and two losses, the Sweeny Bulldogs have established themselves as » "spoiler" in (he 26-AA race. Ed Waggoner's troops were beaten by Fort Bend, 8-6, ajnd Dickinson, 42-8, to open the season, then the Dogs came on to triin Sfihuleriburg, 34-S, and Columbus, 20-6. Sweeny now draws Wturtori in one of the top district (Ifit round gabies. ' , Brazosport has lost three In a tow and Galena Park sports a perfect 3-0 rating and are ranked fifth in the state AAAA rundown. For E. S. Golson's West Columbia Roughnecks, they have gone down to defeat four times, twice against AAA outfits, and will be taking on a Palacios crew that has a 4-0 mark. However, the Roughnecks are expected to be in their best physical shape of the year for the contest with Palacios and could upset the Sharks, a team given pre-season picks to grab! the 26-AA title. On the other hand, the Exporters appear to be in for rough sailing in their gam* with Galena Park. The powerful Yellowjackets haye handed three non-league toughies and now aim towards the Exporters, who have been able to score only 20 points in losing three straight. In all three Exporter games fumbles have been the giani killer. Last Friday the Shippers dropped a 6-0 date to South Park of Beaumont and It was fumbles that set up,the single score and stopped 1 drive after drive of the Exporters. T'Tht fumbles and five recovered by South Park was Friday's count. That gave Bra- zosport 20 fumbles for three games and 12 recovered by their opponents. Still trying to find, a key that wo M start an offensive attack, Exporter Coach Harden Cooper is due to send the Ships through a long session of workouts this week as they prep for the Galena Park con test. Jn»ujuu»jr, FACTS Junior Roundup, Angleton, defending champions of the 25-AA soaoolboy loop,. had an open date last week and are expected to be in, top shape for .their duel with Clear Creek. Herman Moore's pack are "8 Wide choice to defeat the CC Hosts in the conference opener. Angleton, Dickinson and Deer Park are the top rated teams In 25-AA. ' Palacios holds a slight edge over West Columbia, going by their records, but Golson's RQUghnecks could open 26-AA play with a bang. In the only WC score against La Marque lit last Friday's J6-6 defeat, quarterback Payton Dorsett picked off a Tiger sass and returned it 93 yards for a TD. • Golson had several gridders "'t of the La Marque game due to injuries, but they are all .expected to return for the Pros Open League Race As Packers Upset Bears Tlje National Football League season is just three days old, but George Halas arid his Chi! cage Bears already are sorry Vince Lombard! left the New York Giants to take' over the stumbling Green Bay Packers. And Paul Brown's Cleveland Browns are.equally sorry quarterback Bobby Layne ever switched from the Detroit Lions to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Baltimore Colts and Gi- I, ante began defense of their di| vision titles with hard-earned ! victories, >ut Lombardi's Packers and the Layne-inspired i Steelers stole the opening week- I end show by upsetting two of i the other title favorites. I Green Bay, which had the wont season 1-10-1 in its his- I tory in 1958, shocked the Bears I Sunday, 9-6. It was a tremendous opening triumph for Lorn-. bardi, who became head coach' and general manager of the' Packers this year after five > ' seasons as offense coach for ' the Giants. It was scored be- l fore a capacity crowd of 32,150 victory-starved Packer fans at Often Bay. Cleveland, seeking its eighth Eastern crown in 10 tries, was upset by Pittsburgh, 17-7. The Steelers haven't lost since Layne began clicking after joining them during the 1958 campaign. He fired two tojcSidowa passes and kicked a field goal arid two extra points to erase a 7*0 Cleveland lead Saturday njfhjt and boost Pittsburgh's unbeaten string to eight games.! The Colts, defending league ana Western Division champions, trailed the Lions, 9-0, '-'- in the third period but' i for a 21-9 victory. While „_ defense throttled the td- t, before a record Baltimore * day crowd of 55.558 the ^on on Alan Amecjie's f-flung, and two touch(W .from Johnny Uni' Berry and Jim Mui- away a 17-0 lead Saturday night in the Los Angeles Coliseum, then stunned 71,297 Ram rooters by rallying to win, 2321. The Giants won on two Pat Summerall field goals in the final period, the decisive boot traveling 18 yards with only 1:58 remaining. . In Sunday's other . openers, Bobby Joe Conrad of the Chicago Cardinals scored 25 points on'three touchdowns and seven conversions to spark a 49-21 triumph over the Washington and punt returns by Freeport, LJ Tangle Thurs. Round number two in the Gulf Coast Junior High Football Conference will be unfolded Thursday night and the n.ajor part of the spotlight will be on the Brazosport area. Two key games will be taic- ing part less than five miles from each other as Lake'Jack- son draws Freeport and Clute battles the Angleton Wlldkit- tens. Both of these games should have a great deal of effect on the overall standings in ilie seyen-team Junior High grid loop. The Freeport - Lake JaeXson contest will match a team picked to notch league honors against an outfit that hava rolled up two victories, one in conference play. ., Freeport, with two non-district games under their belts, were tagged In a pre-season poll to haul in the conference flag this year. Howeve/, Roy Anderson's Redskins face a stiff test in the Panthers, who have beat Palacios, 34-14, in non-district play and then smashed Sweeny 28-6 in an opening loop duel. For Freeport, they have 4 1-1 rating as they, lost to Gat veston, 16-14, and then beat Texas City, 8-0. In the other featured area Junior High date, both Clute and Angleton will put ua beaten conference records or the line for Thursday's match Clute pullet the first major upset of the young season when they rolled past .Bay City, 28-8, last Thursday night Angleton njltscored Alvin, 3020, In their opener. Dale Carpenter, Harley McDougal-and Dale Morgan all accounted "for touchdowns as Clute turijed 'the tables on the Bay City club. Bill Morrow's gridders held a 6-0 halftlme margin over the hosts. All of the Clute scores were for short yardage, climaxing drives. In Angleton's game with Alvin, the Wlldkittens broke UD a 14-14 halftlme tie with a second half offensive move Fat Heffernan with three TB's "5i George Wayne PW1«PS with two sparked the scorin?. Heffernan went 65 yards for one of his three scores, while .Phillips raced 70 yards on a punt return In the Wild- kitten victory. Bob Barnes also scored for Angleton. Clute's win over Bay City evened their overall footbnll record,for 1959 at 1-1 as the Cougars had dropped a 34-0 •fate to Palacios in a warmup est. Gene Leoper called on Skeets McCain, Ray Baldree, Royce ffoods and Larry Sperice for Lake Jackson's scoring punch Baldree for another TD..Woods ended a 60 yard drive with" two .yard quarterback keep* and vSpence closed out th scoring 'with a 40 yard sprint Larry.: Doolan accounted for the-only Sweeny $core wlM he broke loose on a 40' yari dash. .. ; The Jyearly ; battle. between Freeport and Lain . Jackson will take over 1 the .center rin position in the Junior High grid roundup this week am the wlnn»t.of< that game aheul hay*,* good shot at' the cai ferene< crown. . . ' . .;• '•..,, , Both the Freeport-Lake Jack son and Glute-Angleton.garni will start'at 7:30 p.m. Wildcats In First 12-A Grid Win With Robert Sheppard v^ Robert Royston doing the SCOT }n&, . the Lanier Wildca mai-bKed past Boling, 26-6, in Dlstrjet, 12-A football opener last Friday night. Both Sheppard and Roys»o accounted for two. touchdowns as the Wildcats got their loo campaign off on the right foo Sheppard went 20 and 4 jrards on dive plays to scors while quarterback Royito used -rollouts ;to scoot 15 an 3S :yardK and -two ai*-pointer» Freddie Lincoln got th« oth er Lanier points on a two point PAT. ' For Lanier on defense, sue players as,Lonni e Bates, Rob' ert Thomas, Unis Davis* an< Lincoln all showed up.well.' From the victory over Bo mg, .Coach Contrell McGowan* Lanier .gridders now point to second' round '.date w i t« Sweeny, this, coming -Frldas r» !*»!•»*• in o«il._: ' •• ^^ , night in Sweeny, die Dove 62 helped the San Francisco Forty-Niners down the Philadelphia Eagles, 24-14. span over Sweeny at halftime. McCain went 25 yards for one score and then passed to t Champion, frittered Sellman, Lee, Hudeck Cop R CC Pro-Member Meet Upwards of 60 golfers i»- cludtag two Japanese professionals, took part in last Friday's 18 - hole Pro - Member Best Ball Sweepstakes at Riverside Country Club.. Some 20 pros from the Gull Coast PGA were linked wife Riverside twosomes and the three players counted the best ball. Headed by Golfcrest Pro Jack Sellman, the winning group carded a 64, which ta eight under par. John Hudeck and Sam Lee, both of Angleton; made up the threesome," One stroke back were the tbwes ome of Happy L Houston pro, Raymond Walker ana Vance Smith, both of Lake J<M*son. They had a 85 With a pair of 66's, there was a two way tie tor third place. One group consisted of Elroy Marti of Lake Forest CC, Pete Waller and Dick Weyrich <rf Lake Jackson. Also carding a 66 were Boy Bruce, Houston pro, Bill Gun- nels of Freeport and Rusty Koenlg of Lake Jackson. 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