The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on January 5, 1961 · Page 11
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 11

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, January 5, 1961
Page 11
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jBrazosport and Sraeoria County, Texas, Thurs., January 5.1961 T rt"*B R AZOSPOEf PACTS Ships Host Baytown Ganders At Brazosport Friday Night In the opening game of 32-AAAA district play, the Brazosport Ships held ofl the Galena Park Yellow- Jackets. Brazosport was never t>3- hind after the first few minutes. Tills district win gives the Exporters a clean .slate of one win-no losses in district play when they meet the Baytown Ganders in another district game at Brazosport High School gym Friday night. Game time for the Baytown game will be 7:30 p.m. Baytown will come to Brazosport with a loss under their belt. The Ganders lost their first time out in district play to the Pasadena Eagles Tuesday night at Baytown. Carl Clark and Spencer Pickens took care of the baskets and backboards for Pasadena against Baytown. Clark poured In 29 points and picked up 11 rebounds, while Pickens scored 16 points and had a sensational night on the boards clearing the ball twenty times. Pasadena led Baytown from the start and held a 32—23 edge at the half. Byers was high scorei for Baytown with I] points. The Brazosport girls basketball teams travel to Santa Fe tonight for games there. The Ex- porterettes lost two games here Tuesday night to teams from Deer Park High School. The next Inme game for the Exporterettes will be on Jan. 12 when Santa g"e comes to Brazosport. Monday night, the Exporterettes play Deer Park again at Deer Park. Bay City Junior High School Black Kittens come to Chile tonight for a game with Joe Danford's Out e basketball Cougars at the Chile Gym. FORWARD AND UPWARD-By Al-Movie MAHOVLICft 70RON1* Sports In Brief By Aiioclitcd Proit MOBILE, Ala. — The North I CALGARY, Canada— Bob and South squads will engage! by Dobbs of Ih* Unlvinliy of in their fjnal extended work- ----s today in preparation for Saturday's Senior Bowl footbai: game at Mobile, Alabama. Some 40,000 fans are cxpscted to attend the game, which will be televised nationally by NBC. 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A preliminary to the competition is a $5,000 pro- am event being held today. BELLEAIR, Fla. — The third round of the Bellealr Invitational Seniors Golf Championship is being played today. In the feature match, George Abrams of Clearwater, Florida, meets Richard Henry of Madison, New Jersey, Abrams, 61- year-old former major league baseball player, is defending champion. Marshall Lions Lose Two Games I ANGLETON - The Marshall High School Lions lost both the | A-andB basketball games played l Tuesday r/jht in Victoria. In the A game, Victoria defeated Mir- shall 45-33 and in the B game, 38-29. Marshall's next game will be played Friday night at Marshall of Angleton with A and B teams traveling from Hitchcucl:. The first team at Marshall is made up of Richard Hall', Arthur Thomas, Robert White, L. C. Lwe and Lawrence Dudley, who all played on the football team this past season. The Marshall girls basketball team defeated the West Columbia girls team last night in a game IS—12. 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