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Sulphur Splashes Through Behrman DeQuincy Is Beaten 21-0 By GARY SNYDER American Press Sports Writer DEQUINCY - A Wolverine is described as a ^Jorth American carnivorous mammal known for his Ihievishness, strength and cunning. The Wolverines, Mansfield 'style, showed plenty of stealing ability and lots of muscle here I,Friday night to blank the De- Quincy Tigers by 21-0 in a quarterfinal contest in the State Class A playoffs. 'The Tigers started off like a house, on fire. Taking the open- 'ing kickoff on their own 30, •and drove down to the Mansfield 23 in only 10 plays. Fullback Gerald Jordan did the ntost damage, notching 21 yards in- five carries. A personal fcml penalty by the Wolverines and a diving gr#b of a fourth and two pass at the 30 by Jordan kept the ball moving for DeQuincy. Jordan hit for five and then one yard and on a third and four play, the Tigers made their first mistake of the night. On a down and out pattern, quarterback, Tom Rutledge threw into the hands of Wolverine end Danny Ramsey and Mansfield 'took full advantage of the miscue. ,,-rWith 200-pound fullback Bob McAUen and 150-pound scatback 'Chuck Maroney carrying the Lions Advance Over Jefferson With 7-6 Win -LAFAYETTE, La. (AP)-La- jfa'yette edged West Jefferson. 76 Friday night in a battle be- fw^en the two teams tied for the No. 1 rating in triple-A football, (l The victory moved Lafayette into the semifinals of the state playoffs. Lafayette will be at home next Friday night to eighth - ranked Woodlawn of .Shreveport, which was idle this ^veek. Lafayette's Jim Se grist 'blocked an extra point attempt ""by 1 West Jeff's Bobby Neilson in -the second quarter and it made Ross Brupbacher's placement -stand for the victory margin. ; r With 5:06 left in the first per- -fod, George Coussan uncorked a °ldhg pass to Charles Moncla for -« r Lafayette touchdown play covering 53 yards, w.-Lafayette stopped West Jeff •.' ffli the Lion eight-yard line early 'in" the second period, but the next time West Jeff got the ball 'it."scored on a nine-yard pitch"out to Pat Pertuit from Phil JBlanda. Lafayette limited West Jeff to 33 yards in total offense after • intermission. The two teams wound up the regular season with 9-0 records and were deadlocked for the NO. , l.'spot in the final Associated 1 Press poll. Lafayette defeated Lee of Baton Rouge last week ?Jn-a first round playoff game West Jeff drew a bye. mail, the Wolverines drove to the 47 before a stout Tiger defense headed by Barry Sou% eau and Jimmy Fisher blunted the bid. DeQuincy made its second mistake of the night, however, on Tommy Turner's punt and this was enough to give the Wolverines the goahead needed for the first score. Tommy Ellis fumbled the punt return at the 20 after a jarring tackle and the Wolverines had the ball again. On a fourth and seven situation at the 17, quarterback Mike Smith rolled right, faked a pass and rambled 11 yards to. the Tiger six. Smith liked the play so well, that one play later he rolled left and behind a crunching block by McAllen sliced into the end zone with 11:20 left in the second quarter. Maroney's first of three conversions split the uprights and the rest of the second frame saw both of the teams staging a defensive battle in the middle of a muddy field. What hope DeQuincy still had for a victory was quickly dissolved, in the opening minutes of the third frame, as the Wolverines look the k i c k o f f and marched 61. yards to paydirt. It was McAllen who sparked the drive, getting 43 vital yards. Twice the big fullback came through with fourth and one situations. The last came at the DeQuincy one-yard line and gave Mansfield a 14-0 lead with 2:30 left in the third frame. McAllen was hurt on the kickoff and sal out the rest of the i game but the big bruiser had J already done his share of the damage. It was up to Maroney to ice the game away for the Wolverines. The hustling Mansfield line stopped DeQuincy's threal at the 40 and used only four pla.ys to get its third tally of the night. On a second and nine at the Tiger 28, Maroney took a Tors Explode After Halftime BY FRANK ADAMS American Press Sport* Edllor SULPHUR — On a good night for ducks and Tornadoes, Sulphur overpowered the Behrman Bees of New Orleans, 18-0, and moved into the semifinal round of the state Class AAA playoffs here Friday night. Coach Jack Doland's Golden Tors now face Fair Park of Shreveport at | Shreveport next Thursday at 8 p.m. Lafayette, 7-6 winner over West Jefferson in the other Friday night playoff match, will host "Woodlawn }*EVE||t L.OOKJ BACK -^ That coyld be what hur quarterback Roger LeDoux is thinking as h.e is chased by three Behrman players in Friday night's Class AAA quarterfinal maich al Sulphur. L,eDpyx engineered the Golden Tors to an 18-0 victory and set up a semi-final game against Fair Park next Thursday. (American Press Staff Photo by Burl Vincent). IS Landry With Clutch 19-14 Win District 2-AAA title match distinct possibility. yards and a fourth down pass missed the target. Four plays before the quarter, however, Sulphur launched a drive from the Bee 36 alter an 11-yard punt return by Barton. Mouton, Thomasoa and LeDoux reach the two, then on fourth down, Barton took a pitchout from LeDoux and sailed unmol- Suiphur's offense had trouble jested around right end for the - ------ OAK GROVE - Sid Jones directed a devastating running attack and scored three times here Friday night to give Landry a 19-14 victory over Oak Grove and advance the Tigers into the state Class A s,em.ifin, als. pitchout around his own left j The loss takes on a.dded.sig- end and faked a couple of De- nificance for the Oak Grove Tigers since it is the third straight year for them to advance to the playoffs only to he knocked out by a southpaw quarterback. Jones was simply unstoppable against Oak Grove. Running for 125 yards on 27 carries, the young bull rammed for touchdowns of 5, 11, and 3 yards, and did his share of holding Oak Grove to 35 yards rushing from his linebacker post. However, it took all Jones could come up with to halt the Quincy secondary men out for the longest scoring run of the night. The Tiger offense was hampered all night by fumbles, two of which they lost and two pa,ss interceptions. Jordan was De% Quincy's top ball carrier with 58 yards in \2 carries. Mansfield got a good one-two punch out of McAllen and Maroney. McAllen had 54 yards in 14 attempts and sat out all of the fourth quarter. Maroney was the game's leading ground gainer with 58 yards in 13 carries. Manstleld 7 0 7 7—21 DoQulncy 0 0 D 0—0 M—Mike Smlh 6 run. Chuck Maroney M—Bab' McAllen 1 run. Chuck Maroney kick. M—Chuck Maroney 28 run. Chuck Maroney kick. ' STATISTICS Mansfield DeQuincy First downs 9 9 Rushlna, yardage Passing yardane Pases tnlercopted by Passes Punts never - say - die District 2-A champs. After falling behind 19-7, on Jones' third touchdown of the night, Oak Grove roared back uTfive plays, on the strength of a 46-yard scoring pass' from quarterback Jim Ba,r- vey HemphiU, : which cut-the gap to five points. .':. ,,.'. Then, with three minutes left to play. Oak Qrave linebacker Don Parker fell on a Landry fumble on his own 49 and the got one last chance. With only three minutes gone | U yards out. The PAT try failed in the game' Boyles had Oak , again when defensive halfback 1 Roy Carothers blocked the kick. Landry later hooked up on a Grove on the Scoreboard. Kicking off to Landry, and forcing the visitors to punt, Oak drove took over on its,43. Boyles picked up 2 yards on first down, ,lben stepped back and connected with David Butler, all alone at the Landry 30, and the speedy halfback raced over untouched. Boyles kicked the extra point. But Landry came right back with its second - longest 7,6-yard march th^t .proved to furnish the game - winning points. Again Jones and Lavoi provided the punch, with Jones getting underway on a field made soggy by an all-day rain but the Tor defense, after an initial shakedown, kept Behrman under tight wraps and the Sulphur offense finally caught up/ The Tors outgained Behrman, 201 yards to 43 on the grounds, but Behrman, risking the airways despite the wet, completed 6 of 18 aerials for 59 yards. Sulphur tried only 7 passes, completing one for 5 yards. Behrman made its only serious threat the first time it had the ball, driving from its own 28 to the Sulphur 20, mainly on William Sire's passes. He hit 3 of his first 5, for 40 yards, but Sulphur 'tightened up and held. The Bees got one more chance, when Leigh Ptullips recovered a fumble by the Tors' Jimmy Barton at the Sulphur 18, with 1:58 left in the half, but a penalty cost the Bees 5 yards, two rushes picked up 6 and Sire missed on two passes, the final one broken up at the goal line on a great defensive play by Barton. With 1:20. left, Sulphur began to move. LeDoux started it with a 15-yard spring and Wayne Mouton galloped 44 to the Behrman 24. LeDoux tossed to Thomason for 5 and gained 9 on a keeper but missed another sjer- ial. Then LeDoux picked uj> 6, and tossed out of bounds to stop the clock, but Barton fum- touchdown. Carlin's kick again missed. Behrman couldn't make Its air attack click and moved on the ground from ' ts 35 to me Sulphur 48 but Sire decided to try one more pass. It was a mistake. Thomason picked off the jump toss at the 45, stumbled and almost went down at the 50, found firmer footing and a wave of blockers, hurdled the last defender at the 15 and went in for the touchdown with 5:11 left. LeDoux missed his pass try for the extra point. A 16-yard dash by Sire kept Behrman's hopes alive and the Bees moved to tha Tor 49, bftt Sire pushed his luck- again, Jimmy Duhon intercepted at the 31 and returned to the Tor 47 and the Tors ran out the clock plays. ii uui' Behrman Sulphur o 0 ft— 8 0 6 1J— 11 going in from 3 yards, out. Then Oal^ Grove came back for its, second touchdown and the ill-fated final bid. Lavoi finished with 9,4 yards on 13 carries and Stutes S— Roger LeDoux 32 run. Kick foiled. S—Jimmy Barton 2 run. Kick foiled. S—Bill Thomason 55 Interception return. Pass foiled. STATISTICS Btarman Sulphur First dawns 5 i ' Rushing yardagi Rushing yardage Passes Passes Intercepted by Punts Fumbles lost .6-18 . 0 201 201 1-7 2 4-37.1 W bled and Dennis Bourgeois re- Landry j owed up with a! moved to the 38. "* : Landrv i Oak Gn Bengals could go. Landry took over on downs and ran out the clock. i i 0 7—19 760 7-14, Gators Bop Byrd fn 58-47 Contest With Jones and fullback screen that moved to the 38. j ni f L^oi, who was not expect J0ak Groye However, that was as far as the ! ed to play because of a chipped j °-ggvg,jB^*r ss pass (ram Jim Boyies.' 1 heel, doing most of the running, iu—sid Jones s'run. Kick toned. Landry moved 69 yards in 8 ! L - S!d Jones '-' run - Klck fa " ed plays. Jones' TD came when he faked to a halfback and plunged 5 yards through right guard. The kick, was short and wide for the point. Early in the second period Sir* Baku- Anderson Thompson Mouton LeOaux Barton Thomason Hutsell Trahan INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Carries Cain Last Nit Bthrman ' ~ ' 34 14 ....... 7 '.'.'.'.'.".' 2 Sulphur ;...'. 9 91 80 30 16 17 .1 43 77 24 16 3 •1 Sir* Trdhan Thompson Morburoar the South Louisiana Tigers got possession on Oak Grove's 38 following a Butler qu(cfc kick L—Sid Jones 3 run. Henry Bolllck kick. O—Harvey Hemphlll 46 pass from Jim 1 bark Boyles. Jim Boyles' kick. STATISTICS Landry Oak Grove First downs 17 i Rushing yardage ......254 35 Passing yardage ..... 0 163 Posses 0-3 4-19 Passes Intercepted by 0 1 i Punts 2-30.5 4-2,VS Fumbles lost I 0 Semis Set At Anacoco . 12 . 2 . 1-5 3-35.3 Fumbles; lost 0 Yards penalized 45 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Mansfield McAllen H 54 13 77 54 a 7-18 1-30 2 Maroney Smith Brown Roberts Totals Jordan Smith Fills Rutherford Totals 41 DeQuincy 2.1 11 14 U3 63 10 15 2 SHREVEPORT - Double- figure scoring by Johnny Janese, Charles Wimberly and QRID SCORES CLASS AAA 54 Sulphur 18 (New Orleans -_ 0 aoi Behrman n 14 7 156 »0 13 SB 77 - The Anacoco i smith "Indians and the Hicks Pirates [ Ru(Wflt -h)6ved into the serni-fjnals of; uthe Anacoco tournament with i rictories here Friday night(.-•Hicks is matched against , •acoco and Simpson meets Horn- •b«ck in semifinal games tod;»y "\vith the championship tilt set for 8:15 p.m. • » -Anacoco topped Qorum b5-48 .with Danny Marcus netting 19 ^points while Hicks beat Evans 77-61 behind the 20-point scoring 78 PASSING All. Camp |n|. Yd|. TD Mpnsfield S f D 12 0 DeQuincy 18 7 2 54 0 PASS RECEIVING Lafayette West Jefferson CLASS AA Morgan City Reserve LaRose-Curoff Central (Baton Rouge) flaroney Jordan "nldcr mlth Davl* l/rn»r .mlth ,. J. D. Johnson led Gorum with ' ' .,16,' and 'Floyd nEvans scorers Winfree with 18 points. [East Beauregard •Beats Fairview Round Robin - Ewt Bsau- FWVlW 59-59 here nlgW for a victory in it« own Round Robin 5 The tournament continues to<day with Kairview playing regard meeting Lacas-sine at ;8:15, » Charlie Andrews took scoring J honors for Bezuiregard with 21 'its and Max Cole netted 12 _,per added n wri rite flsrdjw* had to. Bowies' 20 points for the Panthers. Caught Manstield 1 DeQulnCy .'.'.'.'.'.':'.'.'.'. 1 ........... 2 PUNTING No. TDS DtQuincy 1? Yds 106 30 Jesuit Nqrchitoches Homer 7 . 6 19 0 21 7 25 13 James -Welch carried LaGrange : g°° d f w 33 yards. From there, "ley went in front for good. Halfback Richard Stutes and Jones alternated in moving the ball to paydirt in 7 pays. This time Jones rammed over from to a 58-47 hardcourt victory over Byrd High here Friday; night. i Janese canned 21 points to lead the Gators and got able assistance from Wimberly, who accounted for 15 points wfiile Welch added 13 markers. LaGrange was a hot-shool ing outfit from the fjeld, hitting on 53 per cent, of its shots, but the Gators' inability to hit from the free throw line kept the game close. LaGrange made only 20 of 37 foul shots. Mike Thompson had the top Ygrds penalized 35 27 Jones Laval Stgtes Totals Hemphlll Smith Bayles Boiler Totals INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Landry Carries Gains Lost Net 27 145 tO 125 14 94 ..,'... 7 16 47 17S Ook Grove 3 36 3 7 ....... 7 2 2 8 IS S3 i Ti 0 0 40 I) covered for Behrman at the 4 as time ran out. The momentum carried right into the second half for "|he|k«P««* Tors, though. i Barton returned the kickoff 27 yards to the 42, Mouton swe'pt left end on a fine pitch-, , r . _ _ . A _ * _. l Thomason out from LeDoux for 23, Bar-; ton rammed for 2 and LeDoux missed a pass. j Hoiimojwrth Than LeDoux headed around i Th<m !««« left end, got a good block, cut to the inside and outran the Behrman secondary to the end zone for a 32-yard touchdown with 10:34 left in the quarter. Kent Carlin, kicking from an angle to avoid a mudhole, missed the point. Sulphur missed another chance a bit later when Jimmy 94 Duhon grabbed a Bee fumble at the Behrman 26. Three ground plays gained only three 10 ...!.'.'.'.'.'.'.'! 3 i PASSING All. Comp Inl Yds TD Behrman Sulphur 16 t 2 39 0 Sulphur .... 61050 .... 10000 PASS QECtiPTION Caught Yds TD Ithrman S 1 Sulphur 53 6 PUNTING No. Bthrmon t, Sulphur Avo. Blkd. 38.3 0 37.7 B lv The Associate* Pr«i UCLA «, Ohio State M Glenvllle State S3, Concord 67 Shepherd II, Aldtrion-Broaddus 66 Morris Harvey fii, Bluefleld State 79 W. Vlralnla Slat* 91, W. Virginia Tech as 36 •38 | 8 ! n Georgia Cagers Fcf/r Park Beats Edge Past USL West Lake by 58-50 In 85-84 Game St. Thomas, Minn. 96, Wayne, Ntb. 77 Augustgna, S.O. 62, Mankato 61 St. Francis, Ind. 93, Aquinas 10 Assumation, Mass., 107, Mew York A.C. I 101 ; Western Rescry* II, Waynt Statf T» I Eorlham 97, Albion w I gordhom, N.H. W, Coslleton, Vt. it ! Bomldll 84, St. John's, Minn. 70 St. Procopius 92, Lewis College 91 Illinois Teachtrs South 106, Michigan Lutheran <U Seattle (S, Utah State 81 San Jo»» $tp,|« |;, San Francisco Statf Washington 45, Oregon State 44 San Francisco 71, Calllarnla 62 South Dakota M, Mlnntsota-Dululh 61 MornlRflslde 47, Yanklari 45 Dickinson, N.D. ?4, Rocky Mountain H Sewanc* 74, MlUsaps SS Central Iowa 68, Dubuque 67 Queens, N.Y, 73, Stony Brook 6] Cumberland, Ky , 69, Oakland City, Ipd., 63 Adelphl 34, Jersey City State 33 North Carolina Methodist >6, College at Charleston 65 William* 74- Fordharti 5V, I i i'AP\— Bill PtekeM C0nnec '° n 3 ! hash S3 California nlon 49 "flVy 53 /Wisconsin State at Osh- Pa., W, Thiel «; r^'Si t^Js: K uE *£ KTFM; ss, v & ™ ST vs night by a score of 58-50. Opelqusa? — - 0 ! CUASS A pIKQ. « % Lurcher 13 t|ie Byrd Yellow Jackets with 14 counters while teammate John Hernandez flipped in 11 I ^Janese also led the Gator re- W flije W est Lflke fell to $ on,' P erlod - shot in the final 30 seconds Friday night to give fieorgia vSoutlv motion they never trailed. West In, winning, the Fair Parkers i jl ak , e - however, came baqfc to j western Lou i s iana. lifted their season record to 2-1' l ' e the Same in the early fourth ern an 85-84 victory over South-' Cp ^,^;, nNs0yrdvn ' ectl "' ., Wlllmlnalon 101. Frederick 77 Shepherd 81, Alder son -Broaddus M Gallaudet 98, Salisbury Stale 64 Roch«|l«r TtCh Invitational Toum«y Montana 94, Arliona State College 79 BHgham Young 1QS, Illinois 99 Virginia Unlon'w, Johnson C. Smith W , overtime 80, Southwestern, hounders, gi-abbuig nine of the the year. Tumbling Clinic Is Set Monday The tumbling clinic to be held at MeNpese State College wiltiArcadio Landry (Lake Charles) I Oak Grove of the way but it took almost a 21 Arcadia • DeQuincy CLASS B 42 Monday, December 6 Saturday as previously em- j (u-*«i,! 0 \ nounced. |Ngewood Merqirie) — will begin at! St. Franeisville not | Sacred Heart (Ville PlaNe) 0 W~ r>- i i r Li.•._:„:.\ 20 27 stray shots picked off by) The gamp wa.S (.'lose most LaGrange. LaGrange led by a slim 2822 margin at halfturte. LaGrange u u 16 14-58 i "' ,..,.. 4 18 13 12—47 (4-4) 4. ThomMOn • • - fl a»s b ii-fii,! . . - 3(5-7) 5 fur-: i ner 3 (1-2) 1, Frazier Q (1-11 3. i aorp,mu.5i I (l-U 3, TQTA^: 15 il>-21)| i LAGRANGE: Welch i (9-iu 3. vviinb«r- IV a ig-Si i, J«qne>e 9 (3-7) 4. J Me Dongld I (6-9) 4, penlon 0 (Q-OI 'I. Haest ! I 10-0) 1, Guldroz 0 (QO) 1. Chapman D ,(0-1) Q, M. McDonald 0 lO-l) 0 TOTALS, 1» (20-37) IS ( l When the first quarter ended, the Indians held a 17-13 advantage and raised the margin USL was leading 40 - 37. but i tt^*-*.'?• &±WVW> Ga - « |S (4-<j 3, Coales q (001 1i Mass ! Coon 1 (0-01 1, Hernandez > GA. to 29-21 in the second period before a sudden surge by the West Lake team cut the margin to 2P-27 at |ia.lf. Fair Park fired in seven consecutive points in the start of the third period before the pictim Rams could, find the range. The ston " !y famine ended at 3:55 left in the period when Dpnpy Stohland went in front again 84-83' \yith 30 seconds left, then Pickens' shot decided the game. s' But Cutrer of USL was top " scorer witti 19 points. Jim Seely. Mike Rickard and Don Adler got 18 each for Georgia Southern. . Warthurg 81, SlmMon. W«slniar 101, Don 7| " Upper Iowa 65, William Penn U Western State, Colo. 77, Grand. Cqnyo» Colorado Slgl| 10*, Color p4» Mln«» $° r '* lo Southern '" f'*Wer followed southwestern 6:30 p.m. in the McNeese Memorial Gymnasium with a welcome address by Or, Hans \\. Lejs, Head of the MeN'eese dp- of health and physi- (Ridgewood wins en penetrations, 54) cal education. Tin I IM — Grand lake And loGrange Snore 7*owrn6y GaniQS GRAND LAKE - The Grand In 42-0 Rout VILLE PLATTE -- Arcadia trampled the Sacred Heart Trojans of Ville Platte by # 42-0 score here bY\&qy night in a Class B playoff game. The victory moves Arcadia into the quarterfinals (o face, ,.,,,„., j t No. 1 ranked Binder next week.! *** with 18 points and team* ! mate Joe Ford chipped in 12. SOUTHERN V$L ? 9 T 2-3 IIHorgrvs 8 2-2 IBFIemlnt) 4 3-4 !SK»jsl«r 3 0-0 iCoob 7 44 IKulrer 3 &0 6FlQk« } Q-d 4Schin> 37 11-15 85Tolals, 4 F T ' 2-4 14 6 H '! 2 4-5 i 3 00 6 1 11 19 S. S-5 IS 2 0-1 4 33 15-24 K ..37 48--IS 40 44—84 i O*Vift i r B f < St Anselrrj'l I'. B«l« 72 Chicago Wilson 10?, taV| Ukhlgan I] Adams State, Colp. 101, Hiram Scott 91 Augusta 86, N.C. Welleyan 69 N»w Yo.rk T«eri l{, (ndtanq Tfch M Shiahcrd 81, AI((«, M Wllf« «, Philadelphia Phar 1 ' ' dus, M , imacy 46, Old Dominion 107, Wa>h-Le« IJ Florida Southern I!, Rollins 57 C W. Post 79, N«W Pall' >t Shaw 75, Virglnfa by Ronnie Fittz' two - pointer. Stohland led the Ram ers with 12 points while Fittz added 10. Salley paced the Indi- Fouled out—Soulhv^«sltrn, Flenilnc Total louls—Georgia Southern 18, South„,,„,, ! w»stern 14. SCO!- Alttndartct—1,840 (•«).) Eagles Wallop Carver of Kinder KINDER - The Carver Eagles of Delttdder were defeat- iWamm/s fort hy A 91 rv,inf P l - A 21-pomt el Stanley Magee paced Junior Varsity took opening round victories in the (Irand l Luke tournament 1 Orand I^ike won Heart 9 27 0 4—421 0 0 0 0— 0 i Irt (nd ifnc ;spuih Cameron hel.ind the M the DuHidder Dragons to a 63- 5S victory over Leesville here { of Te ,.,. y ^ b( , r[ an() j Friday night- ( c'redeur while tho „. .... Magee was backed oy'jv's won 39-3C in overtime ed by the Carver Bulldogs of ; Charles Shirley's 18 points «>iut '• ( j, e sulphur JV team. i Kinder here Saturday night, 6U-, Brian Slaydon s 12 points and Today's games pit the Sul- m* 19*11* d« i 12 rebojind^. phur JV's against Sf)Mih (.'am- .. po* 5 i lionnia Latham ol Leesville i eron, Bell City agaupit the A- lorn Uoe 17 ru'"- loni I A—To" 1 ti<^ '7 run. pon Tr Tom Mlddlelon. A—Ronnie Holland II poss Interception Homer Nips Tigers, 7-0 e I?, Llncolp Concordla 80, Prmclpla U Eoslirn Mlchlaan Butler 77, Sou'htm HOMER, La, (AP) - With Raymond Johnson sowed 21 points for the Bulldogs and Jack Cole added 12. Each team, had 20 fjeld goals, but tiiQ Rams,- were beaten at p avis paii from the free throw line, netting only i 53 seconds' lelt in the first half, 10 of 18 attempts while Fair | Roy ^ewia caught a 14-yard Park made 1.8 of 28 charity j scoring pass from Jimmy White nVddiSS? k,T Ro "" ie shots. lq sencj Homer to a U double-A o P u» ...u^pr.™. B«n'«, LQM )3 u u ift _ M q-jar^r T final playoff victory inieols, 7 p.oiii trpm Tom Fair Park, ,..,..17 12 3 14-58 ClU blocked. WEST LAKE— Laurence 4 1151 5, FleKher 2 100) I, Fittz 2 (661 2, Rue I 2 (0-0) J, Stolhan.4 6 (O-OI 1, Bpiomun 2 > , (1-2) 0, Greenilodi 0 IJ-J) 3, J, Duhon I'bCfl lit) ., r ' "- T - '" '" i scored on a fourth «Jown f .. night. The winning drive oj 80 yards The Brown, 80, arandejx 72 0«iK, Mo.. B!t>r« n Colyqry Blbli »| Qqvld (.lasfomb 101, ailhflv«n 73 Central Methodist. V,6., "40, W«strnm- ster. Mo., 54 Fort Hays Stole I?, Llncolp U., Mo, 7| ••—-'-• ,| 0 54 Cas« Tecji o.l fenncise* 45 Quantlca Morin«$'5» EoStOtn Hlchlgon 92, Cos* T»£b 41 Georgia 74, Texas Chrljtlon 7S, »vtr- time Cat Lumeran 72, iCIarcmont-Mudd 44 Wisiinont 71, l_aviri\« n •' 'I Bocfiotd «0 ,. Qnt- «f. 'J ol »« WW M- overtime | Hamilton 70, Hobart 51 , East Carolina 90 ( Lviolf Rhynt 74 Ithaca 108, Plattiburgh 17 '' Gorhah, N.H., 84, Castlolon. Vt., 82 I Dominican, Wis., 13. Narthtaad M Peru. Neb., M, r4arth*ett Uliioucl 44 Carialan |7, Lawrence 81 Rfpon t», St. Ola« 47 Knox 65, Crlnncl U Georgia Southtrn |5. Soulh*eiHrn Louisiana 14 Mlstaurl Voiny took game scoring honors by | r, range JV's and Urand L. a k § ! punts b *"'* canning 28 points. i against the West Lake JV's. ! Yards p*n$W' 19 " Gre g or yi i 06) z, Meogher o (0-2) i, : Pfultl 0 (5/7) 1, Fulltrlon 0 (2-2) 0. F«nl- lley 0 10-1) 1, Tolol»: 20 (1828) 14. j Homer n ff npT t I orr aexl Slillmoii, Ala. 99, Un Orambliag lnvlt«p« thp U16 fiamploniiiip Boynd Akorr, |2. TtX^f SOMM»*m |T Grabbling 106, 01 Hard 4V * :ftnij!9!!aB Pound Teias CollCg* 9i. Hut»aa-TtllotMii V Mil«» 105, Mississippi InSuitriol «

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