The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1968 · Page 6
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Wildcats 7 ?st half gains winners circle, 20-8 By BOB WHITE ANGLETON (Wildcat Stadium) -- Playing before a near capacity crowd here Friday night, the Angleton Wildcats Woke the ribbon on home play, bringing their season record to .800 with an easy 20-8 win over La Forte's Bulldogs. Easy wasn't quite the word >r it. In fact, If the Wildcats had not "slacked" up the second half of the gtme, La Forte's battered eleven wouldn't have brightened the Scoreboard at all. The Wildcats played a beautiful first half - scoring 20 points and holding the Bulldogs outside the 20 for 24 fast minutes. , Then came the long, penalty- plagued second half. This may be the appropriate time to try ( «nd t repeat try) to explain one penalty some Angleton fans may have a question about. About halfway into the fourth quarter, La Forte's Lee Byars Intercepted a pass thrown by Angleton's David White on the Wildcat 30-yard line, and skipped the distance for the Bulldog's only score of the night. Just after Byars crossed the magic line for a score one of his teammates, a little overzealous, clipped an Angleton player. After a moments huddle, a referee threw up his hands, proclaiming the score was to be counted. After qunrterback Thomas Gordon added two points for La Porte's final score of the night, the team \vi\s penalized 15 yards before kicking off to the Wildcats. The best this writer can figure Is that since the clipping didn't occur until after the touchdown had been made, the rules call for honoring the score. Regardless, that's how La Porte put their score on the board - a good Interception almost fouled up by a pointless clipping. The Wildcats put their first score on the board Just five plays Into the game. Leroy Macldox started things off right for Angleton return- Ing the opening klckoff seven yards from the 27 to tho 3'1. From there, quarterback Billy Adams pulled off a double reverse with the aid of Nenl Jasper and Ricky Crowoll, with Crowell tripping around left end for 31 yards to the La 1'ortc 35, and the first of three first downs In five plays. The second first down was picked up by Jasper on nsweer around right end tolhe 10 van line. From there, Crowell blasted up the middle fot three, and followed imlho next play with a six-yard K«ln It the 10. crowell's blR run oamr iH-xt us he ripped tin- distance up the middle for n six-point (Continued on Pago T) Crusaders squeeze by Sweeny Bulldogs, 7-6 By BRIAN DODSON SWEENY -- "In every life a little rain must fall, and tonight you saw a monsoon." was the way Head Coach Jake Tniitt summorlzed his Bulldogs' 7-G loss to the Crusaders of Houston Jesuit, Friday night. Truitt said, "We were just physically outplayed." FD Rush yds. Pass yds. Passes Total off. Fumbles Punt avg. Penalties Inter. YARDSTICK Sweeny 4 73 45 13/3 118 6/3 39 70 1 Jesuit 13 158 33 13/4 191 5/1 29 80 3 TIM way to a man's (wart is through 'Many' 500 clottes from SJJ995 Sport from Coats The way the game proceeded can be shown In the distribution of plays that each team ran. Jesuit executed 83 plays, while Sweeny only took 48 from the line of scrimmage. Another fact showing the strength of Jesuit's defense was that the Bulldogs went the BRAZOSPORT FACTS SPORTS Freeport, Texas, Sunday, Sept. 22, 1968 Section I PAGE 6 Bnzosport Village Center entire second half without making a first down. In the exchange of ball situations there were ll fumbles, four of which were lost to the other team, 15 punts, six by Sweeny and nine by Jesuit, and four intercepted passes. These facts alone can show that there were very few long drives. After an Interference call on a pass from Jodl Duke to Dennis Hill on the Jesuit one yard line, Duke plunged over on first and goal for the first touchdown of the game with 7:20 left in the first half. Greg Fox's PAT kick was wide to the right which left the score at 6-0 Sweeny's favor, which It was at the half. Jesuit's retaliation came with 6:38 left in the game when fullback Chris Carr carried the pigskin off-tackle for 10 yards Into the Sweeny end zone, tying the score at 6-6. Mike Janda's PAT kick was good, boosting the score to 7-6 in favor of the Crusaders. Several men on the Sweeny squad excelled in the defensive department Friday night. These Included Fox, with 11 Necks romp by Peurland, 35-7' j^'Art THE LINE OF Battle -arises to the occasion to by one of Sweeny's backs tackles, Grady Johnican, with 10 tackles, Solomon Bess and Nathanlal Moore, with seven apiece, and Reggie Duke and Buddy Schuchardt with six apiece. Truitt, when talking about the game, said that Hill played a tremendous game, both offensively and defensively. Also in mentioning standouts Truitt gave praise to Johnican for his brilliant defensive performance. Quarterback Duke, who was carried off the field In the last quarter, has been reported to have a severe sprain (Continued on Page 7) Stout ..It-suit stop u plmit.e In tlit'lr 7-6 win over the Buildups at Sweeny Friday night. By JOE LOSTRACCO WEST COU'MUtA - West Columbia's Houeluiecks strucl- oil Friday nighi as they took the opening klckof(;uKl marched CD yards for n touchdown on their way to a 35-7 victory over tho I'earlandOllors. While Columbia's stingy defensive lino gave up only o first downs, the uifunslve team, In a sorlos of sustained drives, rackiKl up JO first downs and 373 yards. On tho first play from s c r I in in a K *), quarterback Scooter Klngren handed off to Claudia Drown who, with the aid of a penalty, rammed tilt- ball thirty yards to tho I'ear- land 35. 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On tlilrd and otto Klmjrtja's sneak put tin- Roughnecks on tin- scoroboard with 10:02 hilt In tho first quarter. Mikn 1:1- lisor's kick made it "<-0. The HoiiRhiu'Cks ramblud to « a second, first porlud Tl). Davis (10B yards for -' trlpji) was tapped for the rimnlnt; chorus "i> tin- first two plays of tlio scoring dnvu. on the second of these ho brokt- off tackle lor 12 yards. Claudia Drown, who finished with 135 yards for 23 carries, then rambled lor 6, 20, and -1 yards In successive plays. < A fumble threatened to stall Mm drive, but 11 was recovered by We.st Columbia, ami a KUnjrsa pass to Jou Korlen- berry brouyln an Interference penalty against I'uarhiwl. Two | lays later Charle«: Davis bolted lor I' 1 yarl.s uiu! a touchdown. Kltl.iur's I'A'I made II 14-0 »UI> 2:39 re- inalnlnt In the first |«riwl. Klli.i'ir replaced Ktuirea .it quarterback and tuldu-1 lux team to their third touchdown of the nicht. The drive started oil 1'ear- land's 43 yar I Un«. 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