The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 2, 1959 · Page 6
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

Freeport, Texas
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Friday, October 2, 1959
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•V v 3,500 Witness Junior Dote.... Record THB BRAZOSPORT PACTS A record breaking crow turned out last night to watc hosting Lake Jackson battl •freeport to a 6-6 deadlock i -an «ll-Brazosport Junior Hig football game. , Upwards of 3,600 fans at tended the game and Brazos port athletic officials called th turnout the largest ever to wit ness an area Junior High foot ball game. The game, which was a con ference match in the seven team Gulf Coast Junior High league, was unfolded in ^ake Jackson. The stands on both Ship JV's Downed By GP, 24-6 ^Brazosport's Junior Varsity dropped a 24-6 game to the Gilena Park JV's last night in an opening game on the District 12-AAAA schedule. The Exporters scored their lone TD in the third period w h c n quarterback Freddie • Seene pushed over from the one. The passing of Beene, mainly to end Douglas Selman, set up the scoring push. In the first period, the Shippers Lynn Longino had dashed 65 yards after taking a pass from Beene for one BHS score, 'but that was called back because of a penalty. Brazosport also got to the Galena Park two yard line with a 1st down when the score was 16-6, but lost the ball on a fumble, stopping one scoring change. . Galena Park added their final TD on the last play of the game. : Joe Cutshall, Terry Box, Jim•my Hamill, Selman, Beene, i ;Longino and several others :'rurned in top flight games for Fl»sh Walker's Junior Varsity gridders. sides of the field were packed and 600 to 1,000 additional fans were along the sidelines. The overflow crowd came to see what was expected to be an early showdown for the top spot in the Gulf C6a« League. Both teams had. beevi highly rated in the pre-Setfcoh polls. With their 6-6 deadlock it now appears that both Freeport and Lake Jackson will share the loop title, unless some team down the line pull s off »n upset. Gene Lepper's hosting Panthers took a perfect 2-0 mark in- o last night's game, including jne win in the conference race Freeport was 1-1, but Hoy Andrson's Redskins had not seen ny loop service. Freeport held a margin in he statistics, outgaining the 'anthers 155 to 83 yards on he ground, S8 to 47 In the air and coming out on top, 12 to six in first downs. Fumbles took Its toll on both clubs as Freeport lost three and LJ saw.the Redskins hawk a pair of their mlscues. LJ also nabbed a pair of Freeport passes. After a fumbled exchanged first quarter, which left !he score, 0-0, Freeport got ready to tack up six points in thfe second period. But not before Lake Jackson had made a game bid to over- quarterback Royce Vfooi heaved a long pass to swift B Burris, who almost caught th ball when It bounced off Freepdri defender. Howeve. LJ'had to punt out and,free port took over on the LJ 45. After a 19 yard pass play an then a 13 yard penalty, Scottj Smith hauled In a pass righ over the middle and raced tt the LJ two, the play good fo 38 yards. Oh the second pla> from there -fullback James J r ftg<>*pwt *nd Bttiof.iA Oduniy, Texas, Friday, October8,1989 (* Sports Coverage Daily In The Facts Brazosport Bowling News Shellfish stayed in front of tie Brazosport Business Men's owling League by splitting 3 ames with Gunnels; Morris emained in 3rd place by win- ling 2 from Monical and 'owell; Brazosport Bank of Commerce took 4th place by enting Diamond J Co. 2 to 1; haddocks won 2 and lost 1 with Carnation. • STANDING* •am hellfish Gunnels :orris irazosport Bank Diamond J Co. -". . Shaddocks Supermkt: Monical and Powell Carnation High Teua Skrltit Diamond J Brazosport Bank Morris ;. .' : , High Team G-.M •• Brazosport Bank Diamond J Morris High 8*ri Junior Lybarger, Jimmy Paine • Harry Blevins Hith Qtir Jimmy Paine Dajiid Morris Dean Alexander Throa District Gomes On County Grid Card Tonight 71 ••',«» 6 5 L u 2J 3 4 I 5 : 5 I 6 . 8 30211 3013 2088 ins 1082 1044| 606 600 597 Bullard crashed over, dullard's running attempt was no gooc Late in the second pefio Freeport got another drive go Ing, by moving .right up th middle on running plays, an had set up » first on the LJ i< However, Burris picked off Redskin pass on the LJ one t< kill that scoring threat.,' That left the halfttme score 6-0, .with Freeport in front, The two area rivals opened with a rash of fumbles in the third quarter, but LJ got their jolden scoring chance when Woods went up high to snare a Freeport pas's on the LJ 40 and returned, it to 'the 26. In two giays LJ scored and lad tied the game. Woods lassed to Mike Tracy for 12 'ards and a 1st on the 14. On he next play, Tracy cut over eft tackle, slipped back up the middle to go all the way. There 'as a fumble on the PAT at. :mpt for LJ and the score remained 6-6. Thanks to a pass interfer- nce call, Freeport got another rack at the LJ goal, this com- ng in' the fourth quarter. Picking up five flrst; downs; along the way, Freeport move from their 40 to the LJ tour. From the four Freeport could only get two vnrdi three cracks at' the stout I. line. On fourth down Freepor fumbled and lost <s!gnt yard back to the ten, where.LJ too over. That killed the last scoring chance as time ran out a fe\ minutes later with Frcaport in control of the ball on the L, 36. Woods, Tracy, Burris, Skeets 1, Eddie Salisbury, Billy HUdgins, Larry Soence, Ray Baldree, Mike ''KdvanaugH, Ronnie George, Bruce Stefjler and others were top LJ btayeri. ;For FreeDort. Smith, Bullard <"<1 Mowafd,, David THbmas John AdamS,. Rlcardi Mefidoza Kenneth Roberts, Kenniith Bar. ganier, .Ronald -Piaklak, Walter Smith and "> others were ke ilayers. LJ-I^ SHELL FISH OPEtf ALL NIGHT Frid&y & Saturday SPECIAL PLATE Open 6 am to 10 pm Open 1 On Sunday th» 1959 Pdotb.H *«*.<>»] WltV ' ' »« GULF BLVD. FBEERORT AVAILAai£ NOW EXCLUSIVELY AT YQUK Phillipt 6 6 D£AL£R file feM* KMO*«* purcdftt* TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED •t" 245 236 235 AngJeton Juniors Grab Lead By Beating Clute Angleton took over first place in the Gulf Coast Junior High football conference when they downed the hosting Clute Cougars, 34-8, last night. The Wildklttens have now won two league games, while Clute sports an even l-l mark. ; Angleton pushed into a 20-0 -halftime margin over Clute and were not pressed during the second period. ^ The lone Clute score came when quarterback Donnie Peters pushed across from in close. . In the Angleton camp, Bob Btrnes paced the scoring with two touchdowns for 12 points, while Pat Heffernan added ten \ points on'one TD and two PAT •bids. .. >Barnes went 12 and 15 yards .to score, while Heffernan raced 3S yards for a touchdown. Other Angle'ton scores were made by Robert Wagner, who went live.yards, and Robert Hurst, who got .a TD from the one. 'ii u^ An S Ieton Players . as •Richard Buchta, who caught one long pass to aid the Wild- tattens in beating Clute, and 'Jerry and Gary Gundy turned in top games. - From the Clute game, Angle, ton aow point* to a road date ta Bay City, while Clute moves Angleton 7-8 Graders Gain Split With CC • Angleton halved a football doubleheader with Clear Creek recently, winning a 7th grade game, 6-0, and losing the 8th grade contest, 16-6. Lynn Parnell scored the only .touchdown in the 7th grade San**, going some 30 yards, while Terry Collier got the TD for the Angleton 8th grade in a siven yard run. will go to Sweeny t - 6th - for « 7th over to Sweeny. Angletcn had , beaten Alyln,: 3J-2Q, tnd Clute won from Bay City," 28-8, ia ipening games. TOHIGHT«7:30 P.M. AT HOPPER BRAZOSPORT EXPORTERS -vs- GALENA PARK YELLOW JACKETS TV-15 Ob I'll admit the house Itn't »o much ... but It come* equippd with a TV let th*fi ""' L repaired t Bob'a T.V. Service CY 7-4121 GuaranteedTiSTriii^ -MUFFLERS- INSTALLED WHILE-D-WAIT " Radiator Repair CLEANING - RECOBEINO IFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE CO; BOOST OUR TEAM BY ATTENDING THE GAME EVERY TODAY NIGHT YOUNG'S PRESCRIPTION HOUSE Ml W. Broad Freeport „" BE 3-3571 ' - ' ' '' '-' BAIRD TV SERVICE «U M. Oldl Blvd. Frwport BE 3-324* STAR DRY CLEANERS ! W. Broad Freepert BE $-1421 GRIFF'S MEN8 STORE ««4 W. Park Freeport BE 3-4141 THERIOT'S TEXACO SERV. STA Hl.E. *nd Freeport BE 3-9285 ROSS MOTOR COMPANY « «t Airport Freeport BE 3-5254 MONICAL POWELL CONTRACTORS 1H Outer CrMk Driv. Lake Jacluon cy t-2451 WILLIS HUMBLE SERV. STA. (M W. 2>d Freeport BE 3-3191 ROACH ELEC. & BLDQ. CONTRACTOR »3 W. Ith Freeport BE 3-43U SIMMON'S BLDG.. SUPPLY CO. 73« W. 2nd Freeport BE S-SSIJ PORTER'S SINCLAIR SERV. STA. t« W. 2n4 fteepwt ' BE 8-8294 , m -_., ^r t »'w»« W » -j t *tt4f> ( «^ ^j 1959 BRAZOSPORT EXPORTERS. •TONIGHT'S STARTING LINEUPS- PORTABLE STARTING OFFNSIVE LINEUPS Y*Y* A ^«KJU«BL —' Name DonHyndB Kenneth Lee Terry Forbes Joe Cousins Allan Shorkey Kenneth Bear Donald Piflklak Bob Walker Bob Tate Cooper Ford Pat Patterson BRAZOSPORT Wt. 150 220 182 170 190 205 165 160 180 175 190 Pos. LE LT LG G ROUT RE QB RH LH FB GALENA PARK Wt. 180 192 172 205 190 180 185 180 150 160 190 KICK-OFF TIME 7:30 P.M. FROM HOPPER FIELD DISTRICT 12-AAAA OPENER Name Jack Weldon Gerry Bennett Marion Dodson Jackie Matejka Danny Gardner John St. Olair Ronny Crouch Stu Stewart Jackie Manchack Gary Campbell Mike Smith . Gulf Bird. Freeport HELP MAKE BRAZOSPORT'S TEAM SPIRIT GREAT. ALONG ^ITH THE BUSINESS FIRMS LISTED BELOW ftENG.GO. BE3-UM ^ ALLIED FENCE COMPANY 5M «JaW Bird. Frwport BE Mm — PENNER'S HUMBLE SERV. STA. •" w - 4U > Frwport BE 3-4541 RUSSELL'S CAFE Pmporl BE ('SUM. WILSON EQUIPMENT COMPANY Hwy 2*1 * .mi*m St. Clvt* AN 5-2M1 WESTERN SEAFOOD COMPANY •MW.BraM, Freeport BE a-m< MURRELL'S TilXAOO SERV. STA. m W. 4tb Fr»»por» BE V3M1 NESMITH'S PHILLIPS 66 SJSRV. STA. 430 W. and Frwport IE t-tltt ORONEY'SMENS STORE W N. rarklaf i O y 7-«M ^' • , •'•• •'( HAYNES LUMBER COMPANY SM».GuUBI»d. Fretp^rt \ HE t-USfi FREEPORT GAMES EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT LOCAL FAVORITE BY ATTENDING THE GAMES. 'freeport SHOF n

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