The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 30, 1959 · Page 10
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 10

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 30, 1959
Page 10
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,,!.*» BrMoaport and Brazoria County, Texas, Wed., Sept. 80, 1969 Shades Of 1957.... THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Exporters Open 12-4A Race With Galena Park if BttL McMURRAY r«ell Galena Park had to strike .for a climber. Jin the closing minutes of p'ayi Picture this. to'defeat the flred-uo Shippers. Park, winner of three Straight I even dozen. Here's Galena | But, the Exporter* have been JlrmI Seore — Galena Parfc and it took a 72-yard klekoff 9-Br»Zo«port 6. -return by speedy Jerry Cook Remember that game? it took to turn' the tide, place back in 1957 and on the Anyway, the 1857 game Is Hopper Field turf. Behind that three- games over sbrne of the state's better AAAA clubs. Also the Jackets are rated 7th in the state AAAA roundup. now history but it does serve i They have good speed, both point, one purpose. On Friday night, in the line and backileld. They come-from-behind victory was! the Yellowjackets will be back: like to pass a lot. Their Offense i tttrififf-'story on how the'at Hopper Field, the first time is good, triggered by quarter* three to four touchdown un- slnCe 'S7, and once again they | back Stu Stewart; while the derdog Exporters played the powerful Yellowjackets -off t their feet for a full 46 minutes., i The "87 game with Galena are a heavy pick to whip the Jacket defense has depth and Exporters. If the 1959 Exporters can react as the Shippers of '57 did, Park was when the Shippers I the Jackets could be in for bounced off the floor to put-lbig surprise. '" Weight. On the other side will be the Exporters, loser of three , straight games. In those three i games the Ships have only .. outhustle and .outhit "the I , Whipping the Yellow jackets scored 20 point* and fumbled 'acketi in thSlr 12-AAAA diielil Is;a tall order,.but it's no hiUl the football 20 times, losing an improving dame by game. They have also been pointing to Friday's round with Galena Park and Ship ringmaster Harden Cooper could pull a few tricks out of the hat. The "Big Red" are a clearcut underdog, but if this week's practice sessions are any indication, Brazosport' might take over the role as "spoiler" .alter Friday night.; ' ^ i :'•'. '. • in order to stop or even contain the Jackets, the Ships must first halt the Galena Park passing attack, which .hinges. ; around Stewart and speedy Jack Weldon. PUMP ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALIST 2996 PHONE OFFICE 1706 WAREHOUSE Weldon is perhaps the best all-round end in the state. Besides being last, he is a fine fiass receiver. He runs the 100- yard dash in 9.8 and can catch the ball anywhere near him. Both at long range and the short tosses, the Stewart to Weldon combination have spelled "touchdown" for Galena Park both this year arid in 1958- , Jackie Manchack and Gary Campbell, a couple of speedsters, man the GP halfback roles, while Mike Smith, a 190- pounder is at fullback. The Jackets run the double wing T, something like LStt and the Chicago Cardinals, and use lots of plays off tackle with the halfbacks erasing. They al so go outside with rollouts and pltchouts. When short yardage is needed for a first down or a TD, Smith gets the call up the middle. However, the off tackle plays, which Cook did so well in last season's 31-13 win over Brazosport, seems to be the main GP offensive weapon, next to their passing game. In the line, the Jackets have Weldon, 180, and Ronny Crouch, 185, at ends, while Gerry Bennett, 192, and John St. Clalr, 180, are the tackles. Holding down guard jobs are Marlon Dodson, 172, and Danny Gardner, 190. Jackie Matejka, 205, is the center. T, which has been somewhat hard for the Exjbrters to pickup. .Roger McCary and Bob Walker will share'the'quarter- back work as /the "new look" Shippers turn their offensive machine loose. , Pat Patterson, the leading ball carrier J.i the Brazosport camp, will be at a fullback post, while Cooper Ford and Bob TU Exes Start Films Tonight Films of the Texas-Nebraska football game will be shown tonight by the Brazoria County Texas University Exes Association at the Lake Jackson City Hall, starting at 7:30 p.m. The weekly Wednesday, night feature will be opsn to all Bra- zosport and Brazoria' County fans at no charge. Next week, the Texas-Maryland 'game will shown. " 1WMCI NOTHIN9 UKI A NIW CAH...MAKC YOUM A HOCKCT UttlHt OLD1I sura M Houur IrotrUoAM-lvtw «afc«... > *«y Mfca-potM Svp« M m>M I, powmd «Mi fc. 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Both still unbeaten, the Brazosport Storm Squad and Junior Varsity are involved in opening District 12-AAAA games Thursday night with Galeiia Park. Flash Walker's Junior Varsity, will make the trip to Galena Park and battle the Yellowjacket JV's in a 7 p.m. contest. Then the Brazosport sopho- Storm Svjuad, more unit, the v.'ill host the Galena Park .'ophs at Hopper Field in still another 7 p.m. game. The Ship Junior Varsity have scored a 8-0 win over Jesse to a 6-6 lie, while the Storm Squad got past Alvin in their only test, 20-6. For the Junior Varsity, Walker will have Freddie Beene at the quarterback spot, while such backs as Donald Strong, Lynn Longino, Robert Pucket, Tommy Hedge, Gary Smith. Don Wilson and Roger Dickey, who just recently reported for football, will be playing. In the line, the JV's will use David Learnard, Don Crosby, Johnny 'Redden have a three- deep quarterback lineup they can call on in the Thursday game. Pinky Anders, Charlie Fond and Dan Nicholson are all running close together for the number . one quarterback job and all three should catch playing time. In other backfield positions, the Ship Storm Squad will have Keith Forbes, Jimmy McDougal, Max Smith, Allan Marvin, Tommy Sellers, David Risher and others. Such linemen as Joe Goodwin. Charles Lassiter, Mike Sampson, Joe Draper, Al Foer- stcr, Allen Shaddock, Joe Bell, Allan Meeks, Terry Bond and Jerry Oliver, along with others, will be playing. Oliver is a 240-pound performer that turned in both an outstanding game on offense and 'defense for the Storm Squad in their 20-6 win over Alvln. ainst South Park last week, arry Masters, Donald Pisklak, oe Cousins, Patterson, Keneth Bear, Bubba Willenburg, andy Rhodes, McAnulty and ihers. On offense, ave Pisklak nds, Lee and Rhodes or Bear tackles, Allan Shorkey, Ter- the Ships will and Hynds at ty Forbes or Roy Cannon •! guards and Cousins or Doylt Oliver at center. Hopeful of showing additional Spark in their scoring punch, Cooper has had the Exporters working long and hard on that phase of the game this week, along with some stress placed on pass defense. TOMLINSON POULTRY & EGG CO. HAS MOVED WE ABE NOW LOCATED ON FARM ROUTE 522 OR BLACK FERRT RD. BETWEEN BRAZORIA ft WEST COLUMBIA Delivery days are Monday, Wednesday Friday. Call WC — DI5476] Terry J. P. Box, Jimmy Lowe, John Hamill, Wilson, Douglas Sclman, Dean White, Troy McCrary, Bernard Corley, Butch Willis, Larry Stanley and Jerry Horton, while others will see action on offense and defense. For the sophomore Storm Squad, coaches James,.Cox and; »er ' Shots BRAZ PORT: EXPORTER .INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS HOT OFFICIAL Season Resulif Jesse Jones 23 — BHS 14 Lufkin 28—BHS 6 South Park 6—BHS 0 Ship Scoring Player Points Patterson 6 Sterling 6 Ford 6 Hynds 2 Ship Hushing Player TC Yds. Avg. Patterson, fb 46 220 4.7 Ford, hb 16 69 4.3 Sterling, fb 5 20 4.0 Tate, hb 6 16 2.6 Clark, hb 4 15 3.7 McAnulty, hb 5 14, 2.8 McCary, qb 8 12 1.5 Brown, hb 22 10 Strong, fb 1 1 1.1 Farquharson 2 -1 -0.5 Walker, qb 30 -2 -0.03 Ship Pasting Player PA PC PI Yds. Walker 27 18 2 185 McCary 4 22 25 Griffin 2010 Once yew *e qualified... by purchasing one of the iterfts included in tWs program .. .ycxtifoy only th» cart of de^eloping.'ydur time your developed film is returned. Ttm PHftCO Table Radio Plitt this flash camera PIUS FREE film for life AH for Only Playor Tate Ford Hynds Clark t Pisklak Sterling Ship Pau Receiving— PC Yds TD 2 60 0 3 58 0 6 43 0 4 31 0 Twin lacalm, ban end toibb ten, control. i&»tooMd *d. W1M. „,*«•«..*«»— PLUS TAX DOWN Anico "Cadtt" with ftaih attachment, bulbi, Aim and bat- toriM. Takw block and whHt or color inapt. First Downs Passes Alt. Passes Corn- Passes Inter. 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