The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 6
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Sunday, November 23, 1975
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Hues blast Austin Travis, set up date with McAllen By JESSE MILLER AUSTIN - Statistically, it shouldn't have even been dose. But as it was, the defending Class AAAA state champion Brazoswood Buccaneers got all they wanted of the out-manned but surprisingly determined Austin Travis Rebels here Saturday afternoon. The Hues fought for a narrow 7-6 halflime lead and then tacked up two second half insurance touchdowns for a 21-12 bi- district victory over the Rebels before 10,000-plus Memorial Stadium fans. BRAZOSWOOD now faces McAIlcn in the second round of the high school playoffs. The Rues dropped McAllen 35-3 last year in Corpus Christi. The Buccaneer defense did an outstanding job against the pesky Rebels Saturday and, looking at the stats, the game should have probably been more of a runaway than the tight game it turned out to be, Brazoswood rolled to 24 first downs while allowing only seven, 284 yards rushing while giving up only 34 and a total offense figure of 345 to Austin's 137. IN 8IMTK of all that, it was still anybody's ball game until the Buccaneer* scored a clinching touchdown with 2; 19 left to play. The Rebels opted to kick BWOOD-McALLEN GAME HERE AT HOPPER FIELD McAllen coach Charlie Williams ht'ltl otit for « home ami home flip for the Hnm*-nKxxl .\U-Allrn playoff game next weekend Williams lust As a result, the two teams will meet j pm Saturday at Hopper Field Tickets will b? $3 |>re game for adults, $:i 50 at the gate. All seats will bo reserved Student tickets will tw> $1 Tentative arrangcmrtit.s rail for Hr.unMu**! season ticket holders to (*• able to buy their ticket* Tuesday to the Buccaneers at the peared to have the *luft> start of th« game and at Johnson completely tht« second half, in order to covered on the kirk !>u! he have the wind in their slipped through Un- fa vor In the last quarter dragnet ,uid did some That strategy backfired fancy high stepping down as the Hues took the second the sideline* half klckoff and marched Dusvn t>y <i U U count. 67 yards in five pla>s for with -I H U-(t in !(»• third W'hat was to be Ihe winning quarter, the Keb»'K went touchdown (or two extra point* QtAKTKHMACK Hobby Hratov.u»*l deit-twiv.- Skinner, who had a ace Alan Willum.-* craihn.1 brilliant afternoon, broke through the vuunN-tl Uebrl loose on a keeper, tore offensive line to unear away from two tackier* Travis <|turirrtMi-k Hick> and went M yards (or the Klle<it(«> sctarc. Wtl.l.l \MS. S<')» Jom-i. Ronnie Davis kicked the Kenneth McC'une, Hill second of thrw PATH to Keith. M.trk Mt-rn>. An-;i> give the Hues a M-6 leas) McWdluum, Tixtimv Hurt 1 . Skinner had his Ix-st umt Joe Hiuriion hung in game in It starts, reading ihvn- whei-. th«r Uetx-U dt"/i>ns«s especially well \u-fU IK tin- ,ur iate in thr and picking up 145 yard* on g ( imc 23 carries to lead ail Ura/ws-*i»i't , f :n.il '..dl'. nahers Tim Spootwinore came on .1 t'Vy.inl drivr added 77 yards on 19 that took nsiM- pt«\» and carries and Steve Ration ate up mont n{ ihe M\ had 54 yards on U> totes minutes Irft in !)«• The feisty Hebt-h got a SI'noMvMOKK. big break to <tay in the Hues' ieiuiuiig ru*her game midway through the !he «-jwr, 'p!,i>»t < third quarter whvn fle«:£ rt.te»vtr. tjatherm^ m , footed Harold J'htnon v;ird p4» from SJ*mr,ir returned a punt 7b yarifc; third ant! -is for a touchdown dnv«r alive BKAZOS\VOOl> ap- With M-VIM BUf QUARTERBACK BOBBY SKINNKR (III LOOKS TO HAND OKK TICK BAl.I. Skinner had the best game of his career against Travis, rushing for 115 yard* THE FACTJ , TtXJIV lUttOA-f FlfjlST FREEPORT nRTKDnm. Bf=)ni-4 on OUR STRERGTH" Smith Holder, Jo Schuitz. Dan Croft, Oleavia Dornak, Nate Moore Madeiyn Jackson, DavtrJM-cJd'eton, Mary Roberts. Biii Walker, omarrauj For 62 years First Freeport has been staffing its bank with professionals . . . talented, dedicated people who want to excel in banking and community leadership. In 1974, a management trainee program was established to provide an internal source of expertise and experience so vital in building a dependable bank. in selecting our future managers, we look for individuals with the ability and determination to offer customers the best possible service. 233-4401 nmr>: \\t jt .\ui!in b» fill NNH< , |»T'M» to Uw Uitrr, rune, up %!X «nl t'*o j.".=J }*;<-«'.'•!«! Ki'ij the >*!!(i kur.i };«.«>,! Hit trf! Unr final!) Iho Itrsr b i/«! a .iji^i *•<>•,<! I !i.*.;i 'i«'Jv f l<n.» (twfl !•* TH\VIS. Siva}'.' ic pi 4)11 *> !(nnt«Sir TOO. Jf.-l by (If 4;' Hf i»Ji S fc i 1 1 tt c f She .\!j!<«',r>' -*i!h xsr* t>ta.*tir^( htm «n l ft* tiali ar-.d 4! '..V ia>» Uttr t:-.»i:k B>jhhv Skir.nrf '. '.'if twii JM! tipped fs« 4 (-.Hi.} *> <r. !h,j! ct/svc >)jrs| »{4in t>) i'r«-«3 tiubtorvi I'.rfc ( K.5lr*J|(r f S'.rrsc 9h*f! !hr h. S« on thfrw ON rill r.rt! TKI1O MADK 4 fu-,r optr4 to Break Out with Winthrop! Make a great impression fall! YIIXAUK 2SI-4IU DOWNTOWN LAKE JA( KhD.N ZSVu

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