The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 24, 1975 · Page 4
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 4

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, November 24, 1975
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Buc defense did a job on upstart Austin Rebs BY JESSE M1U.RK IT 18 the first quarter of Bratoswwxl's 21-12 bi-district win over Austin Travis Saturday afternoon nnd the Bucs have just taken a 7-0 lead on a nine yard touchdown keeper by quarterback Bobby Skinner. "1-10 T 29 Elledge throws incomplete to Tello. Lewis defending 2-10 T 29 Elledge in shotgun is rushed by McCune, loses fi yards 3-16 T 23 Hubbard takes short snap in shotgun for gain of 1 4-15 T 24 Johnson punts 35 yards, McWilliams fair catch" NOW TIIK scene shifts to the fourth quarter and the Buccaneers apparently have Ihe game sacked away thanks to a 46 yard drive that took nine plays nnd a one AP cage poll 1 our cnllmlon of "SABINO"... Shown by appoinlmrm unU ADD-ONE TOUDLKKS ifO«.«t«LT UTTLt MR 1 VI)J i I UKS s»lu: i; < (A !>;H NEW OWNERSHIP SALE! Out they go: Every store has itpras thai nin-d to be iiiuirtl uut...we have .A I.or OF 11IKM; »«: arc trying to make space for complrtr new !ims...and a marvelous arraj of stvlUh (for a iliauv;e:> Maternity »eur! M.»n\ items air one of a kind all on sale art- at drastic ' S« llurrv! yard touchdown plunge by fullback Steve Patlon '• I• 10 T « Kllrdgr throws to Tello-I^wls almost picks off 2-10 T W Kllwlgc overthrows JohastMi at BW -JO 3-10 T 42 Klledge on a keeper is slopped for loss of 5 4-15 T ;r? llubliard gels pitch tries to pass, loses 7 AM) THOSE two excerpts from Ihe official play-byplay furnished writers by Bill Little's excellent university of Texas pressbat crew pretty well sum up Die excellent defensive effort projected bv I to Buccaneers at Memorial Stadium There was no bi« mystery about Travis' strength going into the Bailie Everyone knew that ihe key to their offense centered around Uu> excellent receivers in lien* Tello and Harold Johnson. -Stop the passing game and \ou stop the Rebels. There are two effecliv e ways to stop a «ood passing flame THE WAV most everyone thinks about is. naturally, cover the receivers like « blanket Then there is also the matter for applying constant, intense pressure on the passer What's that quote «txwl "I don't care how good o< a passer he is. he can't complete too many if he's laymtf on the ground." "Obviously 1 thought we kept real gotxl pri-sstire wi the passer." Bnuoswood coiich L 7. Bryan said late Salunlay after In- utitl other BISD officials had finished milking arranKeinetits fur the Hues' second round date with Mi-Allen Soturtlay at 2 p m at Hopper Field "I llloKiMT we got some excellent pressure from our front group. Kenneth McCune. John Koote, Allan Williams, Sct>tt Jont-s. Leon Turner, John Crockett rtixl Mark Morris "The only thing the> did that \*t> tuidn't swn was th* shotgun (Drmatiiifi th»-y itiwl "THAT DIDN'T cause us any problvms,though Mainly there wasn't nny difference in their set except that I hi- nuaru-rtwck dropped tmck and took the stvip " Keservr running Krrd Huttbard It-d Travis riwtw-rs with $f) yjnts or» six carrn-s. «ith th<' fjulk of his yariidgf on i|Uick sprmls to the si<fe-|in»w "We knew he tuul gtwif ^x-vt!,' Hrvan s;ud of Hubbant "H< go( a round trw i.tit^nit- .1 couple of times *h»>n we were cost-ring for a jv,vis " IHE o.NLV baddefenM'ur pta>«J w«s right after we scorttl. I thought our kids ri'laxtil u hule bit after that " Bryan, ttxi \v;ts pri.xt*) of his grutjp's ofJ«Ti-*tvc tt-c.arity ffc wasesptnall). i-i'ii:pluncrtun to senior t|u.irterl)ai'k Skiruier .in outsi.mdicg •••.emu,-!. (ii,:ktr.« up nun-.- yartlage ni'.hscjj Sh.iti (*.«• H.-bi-!s i-i.n.;ld HI.UM,-.- r,,th ways HE LED all rushvrs -Aslh i t", vard> .nut .t!.-.<. thfi'w (•>,• '«.' yards "UoJjhy had pr^tohix his !*•,' i>.ici>- <it o» " ~'' "" idvs tin- ni'.'nt;^: •. iinLu;<- tu- r»Mii sfn- HH.V/OSWtM)D-SSrKVEI"ATT«iN tit I.I.SOVWI ft»t HI'(H LVHt TtHt HfM»WS MTt ( hrl,| t» »rn*r lf»m BW, OJERO, BIG SANDY ,SM\LU\ * Defending champions among weekend winners . arc rw >!rpjtm No j South 'H«*«i"« f cr.irutl spots "UK COT sonii- ti- ii no<>-l W<» iur;i; inm; WicktT. Doug Herein. I.I.-JII I'w.-nk.t'Juiirnv Hkky Heard and Oirts IU.H-O" i,.isi vrfi-stcn.! -, >,, i.>ri'«i »'>>!•!-•• i'-lr di.V.n«:f riiiHi..! ,i,!i >)j.«,v.-..i v^tf.* I NO I AYAWAYS—NO KKKl.NDS NO I EXi HAM.ES—ALL -SALES FINAL—NO C.1KT I UKAIM'INi; OUItING THIS SALE! PLEASE! I teams :ti U;.- -st^'c •A kingpin Ijjnj;'. cr- ._..,.,.,, ....,..,, I'Uno m one m.tS.h , lfM .i i r,,!,,* (u^fif ^ :'''.•-. ( 'la.w 1A nvoiun.h i 'IJ<TO ousted ColunibtA '• lils; . v '"* >r s ' '••'• : !l '' »>iiru u Best of (he WUus N\V' ^ us «rv »iru ukr . ,,-, \<».-ii >-,; ai painnga ^Rikl I;.- {^ r^jxv'.^rH , r: ' icw againtl r.mrw, !h,j> j»^ t , (.,.-. -, .... , . .. which t*oi fourth ranked (pr<!»wb ifotit > c th*--..,. Kjlleen in bjdwtnci. .1! : K-»mn ,),-,- TH-.r.i ..»•!•, - • ' p m. Saturday ,u the night Prep playoff pairings STATE FARM- The HferW* Nimtfcer One\ One <>nl\-Hu)pen Uiloinalii- Svvini; Cradle Fcfdlng Tiiblp Solid Wood High (.hair I Portable I H«l (iuard Hail Portable Folding InfanU wear. buvs Hear, Uivs < urit> Ubpers etc.. etc- . 20% to ft 50% VVKIJ, wr-HKKS — Cuero coach HusU?r Gilbreth left a^id Jack fli.>s exchange compliments after itor two teams battled Friday night Cuero won the game II 2 and continues on a journey which Uilhrelh hopes will bring his Gobblers ihnr third straight AAA state title BUSINESSMAN LUNCHEON TUESDAY-FRI. 11:00-2:00 P.M. CHOICE OF 3 MiATS 4-VEGM SALAD CORNBREAO & ROLLS DESSERTS ILUNCHJC LUNCHEON 1*00 to 5:00 G 4 T LUM Prep playoff scores ROBERT E. FRANKLIN OR GEORGE 0. FRANKLIN 225 PARKING WAY JACKSON 297-2425 iri^ i •* H. Un It Clttl M «. Dnh*l r f*«r!l«r4 H. *» Cl*4« 1A fti Otllf . Own M. »u»<l«<u u V«ktft t. AAMTV 9 M. «»»« It Hvntfixt titnut II. Coivmevt I/, caiit/.t AfeOft9« it, M«a -tw C«tt«an 14. 1 1*« 4 L4 (mmqi U y«n ',', FMIMO 0 '»»» t/. »«» &r»; n i»»y«.ri /i, t«v*<HI U fci il A.ii.f-yx' t tt. L M. V«n Of» (...I, 15. i; IU»ua taortn 4 3 w icrr. »f^(() If, H«Mfk « WW. «*41. 0, L fill (I fwt nif it, di.n,, $ (Continued oji J INSURANCE PROBLEMS? COME TO SOMEONE WHO UNDERSTANDS FOR MORE THAN 55 YEARS WE'VE BEEN SOLVING PROBLEMS ON HOMEOWNERS AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FOR THE BRA20SPORT AREA. NOW WE ALSO HAVE EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION, LIABILITY AUTO FLEETS, MARINE COVERAGE AS WELL AS BONDS. FOR ALL TYPES OF BUSINESSES. SAVE MONEY ON QUALITY COVERAGE CALL 233-5252 G. 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