The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 20, 1975 · Page 11
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, November 20, 1975
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* Cobblers attack Neck defense Hv IHUHOHI.HKII <O1.( MfifV in a It-flti (^i »,„», Oil- SI l <»mtttab of (tic National KwiUmtl ! r«tw t ,*,!.! ami •* !f y« l fr* s :nm«- frtm. fifhi (hf Cfctatht)!* ftff«! U\ Ihr .*«*•*»• hrt rtf, u, r(v ' ' !«l! tatk (rjf <hr (ftltfitf l<, I!M tW.S If »<«• f/frtnr !5 <M>!*wr jr. tf,! f <-«.-tr» VJ^ ,! 4t iiul knrp Ux'fn fforn t*v.-n.'-. T'Tu! » «.«• *j,» ,1s (•rr .," ;»*• jr.,.! 4>. rfagr '^ :•*:*-.-»• tu t^'-J ?«••:.-.,;' r ^ '.-t. ' 'i '-.-.».*. J^:' ;"Jf '.-'. .-.r-^A ; ».j'r'. , tf.. 1 ^ A,-.) i'-,^.-7'!-:i • 4:: r !.j..'l •* '.'. :i !,• 3 ;<:>!;:«.?'. Till. Iliil '!.*•. vjs! -.,:i-.'.<-.' '.' '. .".*• * ! • "• -• t r ' ' f . f-. K lit (X'ANKKU-STHOt <t)NFlt)KNTI,V ON TO TIIK KIKI.O BKFOKK HKCKVT f.AMK irlrr»n» lolhr ht#h »choo4 plaWIt, arr in Au»lto Saturday nit lit (.t.ftH (II t MBIA DKKf.NSKHl HIF> AN (lI'l'OMSf, ftt NNKK IN »i \ltl.ll It >K\XI\ ACTION !!>r ^miUi H rto» is* llw funarr wbltr I iwrrnt r lltuia <tJ •. dar % l'liittip> t O ' and Krnnrth Hmiin-r > ;l ' »»•, Meyer proud of his Reb defense nyJK.S8KMII.LKR BV HJ.S own admission, Austin Travis bead coatfH Jyjnny Meyer never figured his Rebel* would mate It.{a the bl-dutrict playoffs against defending Class AAA*. irtatc champion BrawMwood. ...» Meyer recalls coming off a lackluster 20-12 win ove IX'I Valle, what he called a mediocre AAA team at be»( arid thinking to himself, "if anyone told me this lea wr/uld go on to win district and make the playoffs, I'd him crazy "ISTIIJ-don t know how we made it," he adds, "Hisi credit in <ntr kids, making the playoffs. "Mow did we get this far 1 I guess our biggest asset il that *<• are truly a team. "We are a good ethnic mixture with some blacks, 1-atirm and some whites. And its caused us no proble voungxters were all raised together in the sami •THKY'HK just a heckuva bunch of little rag knot who just didn't want to get beat," he concluded wit pride showing in his voice. Coach t. 7. Bryan of Brazoswood thinks the "team thing is all well and good but he has another reason fo UV Ktbels successful 8-2 season. • ill AT !>ur»ch has won a lot of their games 01 defereve." he ventures. "They have blocked a lot of pun! field goal* and extra points And they're sound in a areas of their kicking game and in kick coverage." Meyer will go along with Bryan's evaluation, and maker's it clear that he's proud of his Rebel defense, ••DKHMTKl.Y, our defense has earned us," he say emphatically 'The most we've scored this season is 2; pom Li "Our defensive linemen are all pretty well consisten ar.d we have adequate sue and fair quickness "IH'T dl It defensive bell cow has to be senior (.lark :f,-2, ]<«> " (,'larV. is a real blue chipper and returns to the Rebel after gaining second-team all-state honors on season's 7-2-1 team "Hilly wai so aggressive, and we needed a linebackeij badly so we moved him this year." Meyers points out-jj! "That might havebttn an injustice to him but he's don^J a good joJi " 15 \l s TIN writers are comparing Clark to Brazoswood'^j prcm,«-r lifietiacker season. David Hodge. lj "(Kir se<-ondary is not real big but they've certainlvf* Ut-n an <j£M<t to us this year, especially Harold Johnson]* He !.<• effective at safety and he's picked off ninflj ifjierceptioris this season He got two last week agains^* Crockett " ',' HH^'AN says he's impressed with both RebeS hnehackers. dark and Khett Bean. i Continued or> Page 13 j i I!..',i \ f < I > 111! '. : ,'ir«-jf;- Victoria travel i,.,..f rt«-i: « '<un;,'i:A :•• H .-(;*•/« a v V. '•> i!;o •' .!• I .-.• .* - ',>:.- '.i.:.?. 1 .; K.v. I ;!-, s.i -r-.ucs '.-.;: >•-'. !«:-*r. ..; '..tif -i -:>;:••• ..-- f- '•? J/,^ (,: '.'..»,•»?..»;;-, .',; \;.,f i.r..i! 7. (».l- »»« »BA|;J>»1DI«» r*.CTt »*r*<«.>•«' 'r»*v ''«w»•.!>*• »».:) . t M p t W i'l. » 'f SUPPORT THE DEFENDING STATE AAAA CHAMPS BRAZOSWOOD 1 BUCCANEERS... AGAINST AUSTIN TRAVIS IN- AUSTIN SATURDAY AT 2:30 PMJ 1 Different stories on Akins knee AtSTl\ Tex At' Gxich D.'irrrl! H»>al nl TCXAS has tittd !hc UsnglKini tluh nu-mber* that ijuarterhack SJarty Akitw "i* IkiuHy walking ami that (D me, i^ a t'itd BEFORE YOU GO TO THE GAME GET YOUR... STADIUM SEATS (BE COMFORTABLE) POM POMS (BUCCANEER BLUE & WHITE) ...AT BRAZOS SPORTS I WINDBREAKERS SHIRTS-JERSEYS IN BRAZOSWOOD BLUE 204 DIXIE DRIVE ACROSS FROM Kft06{R CENTER' 297-2342 "I'i Uxjk HiMdc hts knw.' Ko>al wui of the knt-*- injury to Akiris. (hi- kf> to -.ixth r inked Trx^s \Vih>\t»in«- T odoniw- Karlirr, the Aus,!in Anu-rii-an.^ Statfsman quotc-d Iramt'r Frank Meiima Wednesday a$ *a>ing Aktiu would not be able lo do the weight I'xerciM.'s he is doing "if ihe kru-c was hurt "I've examined the kn«\" Jvaiii Medina "He couldn't have a more stable kne«? " Aktns limped off in the first quarter of last Saturday's 27-11 victory over wmiejis Texas ('hriitian. and team doctors diagnoted the injury as a sprained right knee Royal said, however, of several injured Ixwxghorn players "ll>e most doubtful fur the Texas A&M game is Marty " Hiiyal narrated dims of (he TCU game-, calling it "one of the sloppiest games you'll ever want to sec." Koyal also said one of the defensive stars of the TCU game was freshman end Tun Campbell, who laclUed TCU quarterbacks four limes for losses kssl ROUGHNECK We're With Yeu All The Way! <it th "Ford County" .MOTOR COMPANY CARROLL IR ACTOR COM PAN t West Columbia NATIONAL BANK A FULL SERVICE BANK West Columbia THE FURNITURE MART 310 S.J7MJ West Columbia Phone 345-4103 .its Jim & Claudene Bohlar HKIU \ I st;n HHMTI. KK PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY OLD OCEAN e Auto Paris House Auto Parts House Mase & Edie Weems West Columbia ^Associate store sstern luto 798.8111- Oiiett lo Brazostxvt i Buiwia 345-3141 510 E. Brazos Ave. JENNS WtiTCOiUUIIt SWEENY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 305 N. HcKINNEY PHONE 548-3311 Go! ROUGHNECKS

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