The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 7, 1959 · Page 10
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 10

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, October 7, 1959
Page 10
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Bfaaotia, County, 25-A A Grid Feof ure . » . « 7, Jlflte Wildcats-DP In Showdown SM& 1S?ted 6»A f« wh*n Dee^PMk ,««* « when Deer Park used a field championship. Overflow Crowd Due At • Angleton !A An eterhow crowd. lh< third oS lha rear, 1« expected f -.' at Angleton on Friday when }h« f, Wildcats take 01 in a District to beat Angleton, 3-0, andlered'Deer Park 39-0, behind » the plsmdt 25-.AA footballilHeavy 'offensive attack. .a,.ipionship. ; : -\f-;,fhe Wildcats notched .509 to- Then came 1858 and Angle-] ta\ rushing yards, allowed only tons state AA finalists club. In! 148 and toppled Deer Park in a game,that divided first and first downs, 22 to eight before second in the final league:a crowd Of 4,700.' . standings, Angleton romped to It was Barry Kerr that had • 3 fl -0 victory, a «»id day against Deer Park But that's history. The cur- in '68 as the Wildcat grldder rent spotlight is on 1959 and notched 90 yards In 13 tries once again II will be Anglelon with the ball, Kerr was also a ?u - 5 Patk ' 8oing for all key performer on defense, th. wrM.. ,„ «... , Q nce again Kerr headlines KK" of Kerr, Bobby iCrenek md Billy Killough. 'X Such backs as Rickey Scott, Mitt Moorehead, Travis Mall; Frank Calderon and others will get in on the offensive push. - Diieitt and Green'will trig' gef the Wildcat passing game, with Scott, Moorehead, KU- lough,, Kfenei and ends James marbles in 25<A A. < . nce agan err ea T J 1 *.. winner of . their tossup . the Angleton offensive unit. f u «•, °£, T? day lr expected! The swift fullback, who also 'H M t "° 1D!ck ' nso . n for the out- j Is a power runner, has scored 1 ta* , into the state also use some flankers and floatert. The visiting Deer also have a : dangerous passing attack. ' Frank Henderson, will handle the quarterback role, while Homan Esplnoza, brother of Vic Esplnoza, the lad that kicked that field goal to beat Angleton, 3-0 In '57, holds down a half- o,, rene an ens ames - n 57 Myrick, Carlos Amos, ftobert|back job. Pyburn.and others top targets.! Gary VanTrease Is slated for In the line, Billy. Patterson, Gerald. Buchta, George Drury, Glen French, Butch Veit, Lar^ ry Martin, Ronald Andrews, Donald Andrews, Don Smith, Into h. >on lor me out- i is a power runner, has scored! uonaid Andrews, Don Smith, a right to ad- 32 points in four games, Indud- Murray Stasny, Jerry DeWeese, state AA play*:Ing three TD's against Clear Russell Mathews and others Creek. , . will play. ''••'.' crowd of close One Of Kerr's touchdowns The Wildcat Hpf»ni!t/o unit _,._„ .— ..^kbaoc ID oiatcu xur starting work at a halfback Job, while Gary Cavness Is the Deer Park fullback. Seven starters are back off the 1958 Deer Park squad and have played key roles this year. o " 0 ot Kerr's touchdown* - ,' s due ln An «leton on against CC was a dazzling 82- S' day - "? ht to watch: Herman yard dash that capped off th« ' kn ° Ck heads 58 -° rout ' Will play. The Wildcat defensive' unit will consist of such gtldd«rs as Kerr, Drury, Buchta, Myrick, Green, Calderon,' Veit, Smith, - to Around irt,*V V a f KnocK " eafls 58 -° rout> • Green, Calderon,' Veit, Smith, with the always dangerous Deer Angletoh's high-geared off-fMartln, French and others. ; A ,."• , ' iense smashed to a staggering) In four games this year, the Angleton carries a 3-J over-'total of 584 total rushing yards Cat* have only been beaten by au mark, Including a 58-0 open- and 21 first downs In the spirit' Bay City, the : state's fourth,".league- romtl nvor rMaa* ari trl«tni*i> /\ira* Ptaa* ft-Aol* ' fanlpo^ AAA «..»fU from in. • Friday game a« iha Shippers plar on Thurs- on the line. This will be a con-, eitt or Kenneth Green to direct »,.„„„. <„ ^ traffic at the Wildcat man under spot, Across the « Bnck In 1958. the season Angleton rolled up Hstraigh" Bay City, the state's fourth ranked AAA outfit Deer Park will use the straight T formation as their basic, of tensive pattern, but are . expected to spread a lot against ' Angleton. T, Angleton'i The Deer, who like to tun . .,„.,,„ „,, „ nu mBU , . ntiusB me i, nngieioni xne ueer, wno uxe w rui victories, the Wildcats smoth-backfield will feature ine •••.»•• .vide along with some tevoises DOG FIGHT LONDON (UPI) — Liberal Party candidate Oli»er 8m«d- ly reported lhal hl« wife— whllt helping him eampaign — was biilen in in* hind when ih« triad to itop a fignt beJwwn her bulldog and a "dog of « different politics! parsuaiion." FlAlft 60106(4 GAM OPEW SUNOftY FRESH [DRESSED FRESH HOME MADE as.! LEAM BONELESS IPOfM ROAST ••• VI At , f K -* J -> ,a HAMS .^afla^ ^a^tB^k^ ^a^a^am .^^ ^~ — ~^ . 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