The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 8
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Brazoria County athletes dominate all-zone teams Bratoria County players completely dominated the 1975 District 13-AAA all- zone teams released today. Braiosport placed six players on the 12-member East Zone offensive first team and had 10 of the 15 players named to the defensive first team. In addition, the Exporters had four offensive and one defensive second team picks to give themselves a total of 21 players picked for post-season honors. In the West Zone, Columbia had seven players and Sweeny had one on the 13-man offensive first team. On the ll-member defensive first team, Columbia placed five players while Sweeny added another. Columbia also had three offensive and two defensive players on the second teams to bring its total to 17 picks for the teams. Sweeny had four offensive and two defensive players named on the second teams to give the Bulldogs a total of eight players named to the all- star teams. Braiosport's Ray Lee THE BRA20SPORT FACTS FBEEPORT. TEXAS. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1»»1 Indmoual Hair Designs f*( M|* Ml Wtmto LUCAS BARBER-STYLIST JOLYNNSELI cutter and hair designer with LUCAS and CHARLIE KILSBY and Columbia's Ronnie Smith were two way picks with Lee being named as a first team offensive end and defensive back while Smith was a first team fullback and linebacker. Several other players came close to being first team two way picks. Bratosport's David Shepard was a first team defensive back and a second team wide receiver. Columbia's Pat Moller was a first team offensive tackle and second team defensive tackle while his partner on the line, Raymond Tims, was just the reverse—a first team defensive tackle and a second team offensive tackle. Roughneck Larry Williams was a first team defensive back and a second team running back while teammate SValter Ellis was a second team pick as both an offensive guard and defensive end. Brazosport also had four players who were first team picks in 1974 repeating this season Defensive back Shepard, CLEARANCE MONDAY, NOV. 24TH FROM 9 AM TO 7 PM ONLY! DON'T MISS THIS SALE OF SALES! EVERYTHING IN THE STORE WILL BE REDUCED TO... ONE DAY ONLY! PRICE! PIPES*CIGARETTE LIGHTERS MEN'S & LADIES' WALLETS! PURSES*ELECTRIC SHAVER! JEWELRY«SUN SHADES COLOGNES & PERFUMES PANTY HOSE »TOYS •CANDLES.STUFFED ANIMALSl •ASSORTED GLASSWARE •VITAMINS.BABY GOODS •CARDS*DIET TABLETS BAND AIDS.FILM.SCHOOL SUPPLIES EXCEPTION TO SALE-FOUNTAIN tTJSA«* Ik FJlESfHIPTJONS BRAZOSWOOD PHARMACY 193 N- PARKING DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON 87-247$ fullback Aaron Jones and linebackers Tommy Jammer and Reggie Williams were all named to first teams at the same positions last season. Mark Austin, a first team pick at linebacker for Sweeny last season, failed to get any mention at that position this year but was picked as a second-team offensive guard. Columbia's Randy Harang was a second team pick at offensive tackle last year and was elevated to first team defensive end this season. Sweeny's Harold Higgins was a second team offensive end last year and a first team defensive end this season Brazosport's running back Calvin Darthard and defensive backs Walter Jammer and Ray Lee were all second-learn picks in 1974 who were named to first team positions this year. Of the 28 Brazoria County players selected to first team positions this year, four are underclassmen and could repeat next season Braiosporl's offensive guard Lino Martinez and defensive end p-al Bryan and Columbia running back Marcus Bonncr were all first team picks a* junior* Bratosport's Shepard. also just a Junior, was picked as a first team defensive back for the .second straight year ami could finish his career as a three-time all-district pick Other first learn picks for Brazosport included center Leslie nMaisoletti, quarterback Thomas Penney, defensive tackle Tobin Woosler. defensive end Ricky Sparks, linebacker Mark Beers, and defensive back Jeff Cravcy. Columbia's other first team picks Included quarterback Marshall Kdwartfcs, tight end Gary Phillips, center Eddie Badders. defensive end Lawrence Hluza and defensive back Kenneth Bonner. Sweeny's Higgins and wide receiver Caldwcll Brown were the two Bulldog representatives on the first teams Other Exporters selected to second team positions were guard Tom Fielding, tackle Blainc Finley, running back Tommy Brown and defensive tackle Finish Walton Sweeny quarterback Jack Parker, running back Roland Woodard, split end Lcroy Johnican, defensive end Lawtun King and defensive back Barnell Jammer were all named to second team positions. Of the second team picks, Brazoiport's Fielding, Shepard and Walton are junior* while Sweeny's Johnican is just a sophomore All the rest ore seniors. P-AAAALL-EASTZONK Firm Team C Leslie Masnoletti Branwporl s r , 0 ScottJeffress Frlcndswood jj r 0 Lino Martinez Braiosport j r T George Katie Alief Sr T Marion Adams Hitchcock Sr TK Craig Depew Frtembwootl g r VVH Ray Lee Braiosport Sr WR Russell (ielchman Alief Sr. RB Aaron Jones Braioaport g r RB Calvin Oarthard Brarospwt sr RB James Bean Alief <j r QB Thomas Penney B raw* port Sr QB Darrcll Brooks Alief §r Herunil Team ('enter Kenny Birkes, Santa Fe, .Sr , Guards Tom Fielding, Braiosport. Jr , Brad Royle, Frlendswood, Sr.. Monte Bradford, Santa Fe, Jr Tackles Blalne Finley, Braitwport, Sr., F.d Slanton, Friemtswood, Sr Tight end Kenneth Wilkens, Hitchcock, Sr Wide Receivers David Shepard. Braioaporl, Jr . Mike NunJey. Friendswood, Sr Running backs Tommy Brown. Bratwiiport. Sr., Curti* Krvin, Ititrhctxrk, ST.. SteveCiinutl. Friendtwuoti. Jr , Paul Johnson. Santa Fe, .Sr (ju.irterb<ti-k Mike Long, Santa Fe, Sr LINK LINK 1JNF, LINK UNK LINK LB LB LB LB tut UB 1>B l:>» HKFKVXF, F In t Team Tobin Woodier Pat Bryan Rick) Spark* Scott flrunehober Waller Mcltonakl F.dStanton Tommy Jammer KeXjjtie Willwms Mark Beer 1 * MikeSuruert Walter Jammer Jf(f Cra\ey Hay Lee Bra ZOH port BraziMpurt Hra ton port Alief Fe Bra IPS put I Stnta Fe Keniwth Wtlkiiu Jiime* (lean Sr Jt Sr Jr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr .Sf Jr .V Alief Sreuotl VrJIH Linemen Fmiih Wiiltw. Bratusjiurt. Jr SJco Hig^in.i. Kneiufa>v(x*l .Sr . S<i>!{ Jrffrrri.i. Frie*xl»'«o».T), ST., Mjrion Ailamji. Httthfuck, Sr . Mikr Meltarutd. SitntaFe.Sr . MikeW'tleji. llilchcwk Jf lutxhtavkefi Jutimiy Moan*. Frtetut*w«v(i. Sr . $«.•«>« Mawtt. Fnentbwooil, Jr , Cjhin Tfsru.». l(i!i:'tc«ci. -Sf lV/et»ivr backs Mike Uil><ck. Fnrnd.v*M,id v Jr , Krvsn (Jill. Fnendst'tocd. Jr . Ralph Harmon, Hilcriitwk. Sr Exporters bump Angleton, 71-67 The Brazosport Ks porter basketball team evened its sc«sun record to I-I 05 they dc/eatwt the Aiigle«on Wittk'4'.s. 7! «7. Friday night at Brataaport Gym JoJiany Roberts wa« the leading scorer with 2* ptjintA Kerr/ MA t (hewn contributed 17 more while B«nnie Bryant tallied to Sojrfiomore Jef! Holt was th« leading scorer Jor the Wildcats -Ait?! !<J point* while Joseph Powell totaled 12 and Frank Robinson added another II It was the first !««» (or the Wildcats, 70*58 victors over Bay City Tuesday night, and their record dropped to !•! "Both team* us«J the zone preas," said K*porter coach Harry Hughes, "twt AnRleion's paid off a little earlier. They were leading by eight and 10 points in parts of the first quarter but we came hack later and looked a little better "When Ajigleton beflan pressing," Hughes said, "they forced ui into making a few mistakes cany in the game. But then we also began pressing and they rruvdr 4 !«we Y *rrr able to take "rw lead" Nevertheless, Aiigteioo'* prrsa forcttJ live Kxpurtwi to alw^ikio tfeetr gsmt' plan gf "nai *wl »h«o< " "We viierr able to run and shturf wmt, forcing a to( at rntr Vie did d« a little betlr* in th* MX«rKl hall *nd «t tmira lenl by as much o» 1 1 points ir, the fourth The K.tporter Ufg4n to fill i*i' u b»! mot r with the addition of linebacker Tommy Jammer, fnrah (roni live MX porter football teant Grtdders fUy Ix* and Alphonse Lipklns had )otiu-d the team earlier in tike week All thrw w still a Nt rusty. Hugh4-» said, a* Lipkins and Lee )ud worked out with the team Just three time* and Jammer only once However. Hughes Mid all three, got a chance to play Friday night "It's hard to come from the football field to the gym and t* ready to play against competition that'* been working out for weeks." Hughes said "Still, by district I think all (he football player* will I* ready I think we have a chance to be one of the stronger teams in our zone this year/' _ I3-AAAALL-WKWT/.ONK OFFKNSK c 0 0 T T T TK WH KB I«l RB RB QB Columbia Columbia ItK'P Columbia Voaktifii Whartcn Columbia Sweeny Columbia Columbia Kdna W'ltartuci Columbia Jiwontl f>»n» Center Ixxii* Mion, ttliartwi, .Sr (iusub KIU», Columbia, Sr., Murk AiwUit. Sweeny, .Sr - tUiytnond Tim», Columbia, Sr Sirplwn Rtlna, Sr Tight eiwl Inland TreyUg. \VTw»rt««. Wide receiver l^troy J (simitars Sweeny, S« Eddie Badders Randy Harttng Kenneth Witt* Pat Moller Mark Khler* JohJiSvstek Gary I'hlllip* Caldwell Brown Marcus Banner Ronnie Smith Mike Menefe* David Farri* Marshall Fidwartts Sr Sr Sr i Jr Sr, Jr Sr Sf J i So Sr Waller Tackle,* Sf backs Wootlartl, Qunrterbaek l^irry Wt)lura», Sr. J»t.'k Parker , Sr i>»vw. V». S*wny. 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