The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 20, 1975 · Page 13
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 13

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, November 20, 1975
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Brazoswood Buccaneers offense l*M t*-CKV« l«M t«C K f? tH*f M »4* M.t M tKJhf * * • C • Uk P 11 I lit «.tc* rt<^ >ft**t*il I tSMtfl »!*•!•« Austin Travis defense GIANT-SCREEN 1976 K)0% SOLID-STATE n 25' FINE FURNITURE CONSOLE TV UMJi U* 1 TO «V IISH l;«tH«Gt' .-«-.•? s -Cp" COUNTRY AlOtUAHU r ' f» if j CA',-«'--. A.r<: :,,. „.,-,:- •,«,.-,,;. J j lV ' 1 r "•'* * " <V; - •' '<<•'<-<-• *>«v i.-"' Tfi-.-m^* j W*»ta^ YOUR CHOICE OF FOUR POPULAR STYLES ED1TERRANEAN Th» SEVILLE G47MOE/P EARLY AMERICAN Th« UNFItiO console *'i h Hacks) loot aivd ci«t««» AfC >mu»a!«> Wood darning <in Wood V#IVB«' Top console *ith lull Woaklronl base C(tstet» AFC Wood Giammg w.ih Wood Veno«( Top 23 SOUTH GUlf BLVD. FREEPORT 23J-1545 NY Giants axe Westrum, entire staff SAN FRANCISCO «AP' l^rttert twtilytng San Franci»co Giant*' Manager We* Weitrum erf th«r dumuwi.! out Wcclnfaday, Ihe Sar. Kranctvco Oirooiclc It hu learmd Th» movt * a» owner expected Horace had Weairum to rt»ign the fcfAion e«ded, The Gianu had an 80-«l record with one rauwut and finished third behind Omctunati and Ixas .Vngders in the National league \Vc»l , who v.nll be 5J next week. to the GtanU in th? middle of the 1974 season after Charlie Kox wa» Turd He had managed the New York Meti in 1966. 1966 and 1967, S4Jcce*ding Ca*ey Stengel under whom he coached in 1964 The coaches firtd are Don McMahon, Joey Amfahtano, Andy Gilbert and Onie The 72- year-old Stoneham hu been to'ing to Mil the Gianu through mo&t of 1975, but no deal has materialiied The feeling prevalent here u that the Giants will operate at least another tetson at Candlestick Park in spite of poor attendance and heavy loose*. Wettrum, a catcher with the New York Giants frora IMS through 1»7, played in the 1»1 and 19M World Series. The Chronicle said he may be retained in the Giants' organization in some other capacity. Amalfitano. 41, third base coach, coached for the Chicago Cubs under Leo Durocher after ending his 12-year career as an infielder in 1966. He had been a first bas« coach with the Giant* under Kox. McMahon, 45, had an IB- year career in the majors and was pressed into bullpen service by the GianU early lit the 1974 season. Bucs back in playoffs (Continued from Page ID "Johnson i« definitely one of their better athletes and the big note guard, Klvl* Shaw (215) In a good one," he say*. "The mott aggremive man In their secondary is Rk-ky Elledge He's a hitter, cause* a lot of fumbles. He's liable to blitz from anywhere," T1IK RKBF.I. defense, which ha* allowed only 117 pcHnta to 10 foe* during the regular neanon will be out t« contain a potent Hue offense which has averaged 24.4 print* per outing Looking back, Bryan recalls thai his Buccaneers started their current 9-1 campaign with little or no experience in the offensive backfleld. -HOBBY 'Quarterback Bobby Skinner) was a backup man on the varsity last year and the only clutch experience he had, really, was in the last quarter of thff Mate finals when he came in and replaced injured Tommy Wiggins "But we (saw enough of him to feel like he'd make us a good quarterback thl* year thi* thing looking for our mo*t picking our running back*," he "THKIK backs arc no, *o strong-legged," <wy» Meyer of the Hue offensive unit, "When you watch them run with the ball you get the feeling they've only picked up a couple of yards but they keep those legs churning and next thing you know they've got six or seven yards. "YOU SHUT them down imide and about that time here comes that quarterback on the keeper to the outside and he hurts you. "About the time you stop all that from happening they come out and burn you with the pass. •• Y'KS. WK were very impressed with the quarterback, .Skinner, and the running backs, Spoonemore and Patton. "The only team in our district that ran a similar offense was Anderson But Brazoswood is a better team than Anderson and we just barely got by Anderson, "(ill, I'M sure Brawwwood will be a pretty heavy favorite Saturday, and they should be "But we'll be there, too I don'? • ;" us to be embarrassed, we'll try to make it a goo o"^ll game." AM) THAT'S what it will likely be, a good football game Kickoff is *et for 2:30 Saturday at Austin's Memorial Stadium Austin travel Ix-av Brazoiiwood by way of Highway 332 to Brazana Turn right onto Highway 36 at Brazoria and folio* 3ft to Needville. Turn left on FM 3OT and follow it through downtown Needville to Highway 59 , Turn left on SOt and follow it five miles to Kendleton. Turn right on KM 2919 and follow it to FM 0). Turn nght on t/i and follow it to Highway 90 at East Bernard At East Bernard turn left on Highway 90 and folio* it to Altair. Turn right on Highway 71 at Altair awl folk/* 7! to Austin A! Austin take Highway 183 across the Colorado Kiver to Airport Blvd illl* Follow Airport Blvd. to Manor Hoad Turn left on Manor Road and follow it to Memorial Stadium on Red Kiver St THE e«AZOi<*ORT FACTS T, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 33, »'i ••WK WKNT into cwwi*t«mt people in continued. "Tim Spoonemore, of counu;. was one of our quicker people *o we moved him to tailback to give us more speed. We felt all along that Steve Fatten was one of wr t*!t(?r running bafkj twt ha was also very important to ixit defense "TIIKN C.'lny Harbfr came along for us a! middle linebacker which allimw] us to move Joe Hairalon frwn ItnetMcker to rover "Our offensive line ha» been pretty well intact all year Kvrn t>»oug>i we lack sue we think that is a generally vtrry u>imnir«xl group Mocking in there " "We fe*l like vie are primarily a running ball club, but »f can do whatever people will let us do." says Bryan "We ipend a lot of time working on our paisinR gam<' "We |^otMl>l> KO with Tommy Wicker and Marty Amaworth mo»t often but 1-arry Jo«? Williams has run a !<-« K'J«1 convoys for u* too Spoonemore and F'atton can titled the h*all. too Kariy in lh«- >p;<r -AC threw to Spoonernorp quit«- a Nit nwre than »e 'Jo nw» that 'rveryom- i> keying on him »o much "Of ctmrs*. •*(• Iwi-t Ducrk Ktirner and that cerlainl> dadn't help matters Keimer »a* a starter for the? Hues U-fwr uriderxoinj; a k«*e operatum for an injury be ifx-urred us the Stnoman game You Are Urged to Attend the "ON TO STATE' RALLY Sponsored by The Brazoswood Booster Club THURSDAY EVENING — 6:30 P.M. At the BRAZOSWOOD HIGH CAFETERIA For only '2.50, enjoy a complete barbecue dinner, complete with al the trimmings, and boost the Bucs on to a state title. MEET THE TEAM, COACHES, AND ENJOY ENTERTAINMENT BY THE BUCCANEER BELLES, TWIRLERS, AND BAND. SUPPORT THE BUGS! IK PARKING WAY UKE JACKSON

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