The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 1, 1971 · Page 6
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 1, 1971
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ByJOIINPLATZEIt Sports Editor Spring Branch oulscorcd Brazosport 14-2 In the final three minutes of the first quarter last, , night at Brniosport tin" the way to' registering a 76-43 victory over the Exporters. It was the seasonal home debut for the Ships who now stand 1-3 on the year while Spring Branch is now 5-2. "They were just quicker than us and their press really hurt ," Brazosport coach E. Jim Davis said following the game, "They (Spring Branch) just shot too well. I know It was over 55 percent in the first half." Davis was pleased with his team's effort and said that the Exporters were "very, very close to having a good team." "Steve Williams had a good game on defense and so did Mike Schroeder," Davis said of his team's effort. Spring Branch broke away to an early 2-0 lead in the game but the Exporters battled back to tie it at 3-3 on a drive up the lane by Schroeder, A follow up under the boards by Harry Hobbs with 5:24 remaining in the , THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS, Frccptft, fttai, " Wednesday, December 1, 1971, Section I, Page • first quarter gave Bratosport its only lead in the game at ?•«. A follow up by Mark Knust gave the lead back to Spring Branch at 8-7 and the Bears were never in trouble from there on out. The Exporters stayed close at 13-10 until Spring Branch's surge in the final minutes of the first quarter put the game out of reach. The Bears uppcd their lead from 26-12 to4l-23 by halftime. Brazosport could score only six points in the third quarter as Spring Branch led 56-29. Gary Gore paced the Brazosport scoring for the night with nine points while Rhodes contributed ses-en and Schroedcr and Terry Kenyon six each. Spring Branch also defeated Brazosport's junior varsity 5238. Hex Bennctson led the junior Exporters attack with a 15 point effort. The Brazosport varsity is in the Hitchcock Tournament this weekend while the JVs are in the Dulles Tournament nnd the sophomores host their own tournament. CtrXr Kmnl (urMn IPKINOIRANCN fO..*t.,TP « > J I ) J I I J It VIUOMK- **AIO!FO*T 1 JO Con Ktnyon Cf*w WJIiJrm Spring trtncti 0 1 I I a u M 41 17 13 T» a Brnioswood's Buccaneers traveled to Stiuth Houston to take their second loss (or season last rtghuThe7247 defeat gave the Hue cagers a 4-S reading thus far (or the season. "Both teams pressed." Brazoswood coach David Middlcton told the Facts. "But our guys got off to a stow start. We tied It a number of times but couldn't pull It out." In the third quarter, the Bucs had made up the deficit but the persistent Sam Houston hasketballers failed to let up. Down 10 points with 1:15 left in the game, Brazoswood got within two points but a foul finished it. By ANDY DeSIIAM Sport* Staff A fourth quarter rally by the Dickinson Galore gave (he Angleton Wildcats eager* a scare for the second time In the meeting of the two schools last night In Angleton. The Wildcats beat Dickinson 61-57. The Gators chewed up an Angleton lead that was once as much as IT points In the third period. Last week, the 'Cat* played the Gators In Dickinson and won that one by one point. "It didn't surprise me that it got this close," Angleton coach Johnny Scheer said after the game, "tost lime we played over there II got close like that In the last minute, too. Wildcats stav* off 4th quarter Dickinson rally "We were letting In (out trouble M UoWlhem to W up," he continued, "We •topped playing aggm*iv« bell and DtcklMwn lUrttd tearing. That'i the whole itory." The Angleton foute kept them from preislng ilio, according to Scheer. It wu • tone defense tor the 'C*U all the way. That played another factor In Dickinson'! Kortng (lurry. "If w« hadn't been fouling* much," Scheer remarked, "we would have been able to prws. We Juit don't haw enough depth to f tart (outing," The Wildcat! didn't acquire any ml of »ut»untlat lead until the tecond quarter. It wa» a nifhand-luck battle through the flr»t period with the 'Cat* in the lead going Into the MCOQd 14-tl. When Intermtaelon rolled around. AngWton led »•», Somewhere In the third frame, in* Wildcat* began to have their probiemi. Their lead did HOC UlCrMM* In the final ilania, Angleton'* U point lead began to (all apart. With B tecondi Ml In the game, Keith Thomai wai fouled by DIckimoA. The Kore wai tied J7-all when Thomai ttepped up to the free throw tine. Thomai put In hti Utl ol X point* to break the deadlock. Another foul by the Caton with two tecond* left put It on Ice (or Angleton. The 'Cat* had ilaved oil another Dtcklnton rally. To compound lh« probkm* Scheer had to f»c« Utt night, he played without t*« of hu itartlng courtmen, Mike Pumfrey ha» not »een action tot two weekj due to a vlru*. Don Hall, who Kored 41 poiflii tn till hit OuUftg, **• ben- cbed with a hurt ankle, to iplie of the probkmi, the Wildcat* Improved their to H. MM) «*•**» MHtfOW re CM (fc'WMM M4MU1 > I > * t I f Bucs, El Campo fop honor team ByJOttNPLAT/EK Sport* Kdllor To the victor goes the spoils and El Campo and Brazoswood reaped a mighty harvest of all-district per- formers at the District 2&- AAAA meeting Tuesday. El Campo nipped Brazoswood 1-2 on (he way to an undefeated rrgular t&aon and the district champitwahJp, The Buccaneers finished with a M Coach L. t. Bryan'* Bun placed It playicn on Ux flnt two teams of the honor lt»J Bucceffes Jose three to tough C/ear Creek t'orri'S|iundcnt The Brazoswood Dutvetlcs lost three tough games to Clear Creek Monday night. The varsity lost 67 to 54. the JV's had a very close game 4038 while the freshmen were downed 54-22. The varsity game was very evenly matched until the fourth quarter when Clear Creek scored 19 points to Brazuswood's 7. The scores by quarters were 15-14 (Brazoswood), 30-27 (Clear Creek) and the final score 67- g^.^The'Buccelte's Cathy Hart sS'suilea both offenses with a total GOT a PROBLEM Call Crisis Hotline of 30 points. She made 18 of her 2J free throws while grabbing one rebound and one interception. Cindy Bell was next in scoring with 17 points followed by Greta Henderson's five and Mary Kineharfs two. Leading scorers for Clear Creek were Olson with 26 points and Urand with 19 points. Jyl Jackson was the Due- celtes leading rebounder grabbing four, followed by Susan Springer's two and one interception and Denise Lcnivr got two rebounds. The JV's coolest was very close throughout the entire game. The scores by quarters were 9-11 (Clear Creek), I5-M _(Bucc?l!e's), 29-26. and 38-40. II was Yvette Vernor leading both i.:ii-n<v.. in scoring with a total of 28 in- clutliii^ 10 of H fre«throws. Holly Watson netted seven points while Gean Robertson netted .three. High scorer for Clear Crwk was fcorely with 15 point'. The Buccette defense was led by Rhonda Harris grabbing two rebounds and four interceptions, Diana Pettit rebounded twice and got one interception while Deana Harvel got one of each. Clear Creek held the lead throughout the freshman game. Dede Hart made five points, Walker with two and Donna Baker with one. Ruth Lalhem led Clear Creek with 24 points followed by teammate Pam Renegber with 17 points. Brazoswood's Varsity team will be participating in the Clear Creek Tournament Dec. 2, 3, 4 at Clear Creek. ' , 25-AAAA All-District Brno R.V. « I KfmH »T" l'» 1.8 1» OtMNtt i »*••>! )'W IO lit I* ^ Ihd Tww) I IM !.*«.> tbXM't C«l rt« rtm fl . fl" m V Unwr VII ' l»1 V»- f!» V « i" tn it • l~ 17; V Lw 11" H1 V -r- »H «-r' IH V M IlCxf COO1I >O | )'l» ' t?'» V 1/*lm ()Mt I««I OU A» H« ii t » I Ml > n-mif f mi l» «i «**•« M:iti«v»t W IM V «w f»" Ml V tjM VW Ut if b'l, Hnl «»• Ha » tl " 140 V OK" •••< l't~ •«» V, KIMIfn VW l«» J» (MM* VW >V) f •*» ON • ie v n c*«i» I)MI44«I >! T».m i V*«M"MM» Him* M.KX4I1 i-lf l« V *r««nMml JHOTW w«« «T" IM *• »>4m4)wl MM Wdwrt *** IM V f > (**><•> IIM4 t«4*»l r MI v wutnvumt 4^<N« >T' Ml V ** <4'« tACxvttlHf If ^4i.i« >->•• ft-i \f '^Knif^t jjn I I 111 \t t *-..«• IF* $11 V tr t«W **^ IT' mi' jr rr- m ;» Beat Victoria OT Sh/ppeffes avenge foss By KAREN ARRINGTON Cormpandeal The Brazosport Ex- porterettes traveled to Vfc- THE OPENING OF OUR ALL NEW MEAT MARKET MEDFORD SMITH, With 12 Years EXPERIENCE, $iy$, "He will cut the Beef to Pleas* the Pwpk." All MEAT IS U.S.DA 0000 OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK AISO FRESH CUT MEAT AVAILABLE 24 hrs, OPENING THURSDAY, DEC. 2nd G & G DRIVE INN CUJTE toria last night to avenge a previous Ux» to the defending state champs. Victoria. 4»-48 in overtime. Both teams hung on throughout the game, desperately trying to keep a victory within reach. The lead shifted hands from quarter to quarter with Victoria taking the opening quarter edge ISIS. Theresa Scidler found two field goals and eight free throw*, while Janis Balusek put up one of each. The iwcond quarter went to Brazosport with Seidler hitting (our field goal* to Balutek's (wo. Ton! Eudaley's two free throws gave the Shippettes a 23 28 lead at the half. Victoria came hack in the third period holding Brazosport (o six points from field goals from Eudaley and Balusek, and two free throws from Seidler. Victoria look a 36-35 advantage into the final stanza. Balusek hit two field goal* and a Ire* throw while Seidler put up one field goal and two free shots to even things up H- 44 as the clock ran out. In a thre« minute overtime, Seidler found one field goal and a free shot. Then with less than 10 second* left on the clock, and Victoria holding the edge 4H7, Emlaley »hot one of her favorite long shot* to pvc Brazoaport the W-tt win. Seidkr M the Ships with 29 points, while Baluwk put up 14. and Eudalcy IM. Pam Rob«rU hu*(led for nine rebounds and an lnl*rccp<ioo to lead the Exporlcrelle deferae Tern Whittle brought in five rebounds and two Uv terceptlon* .while Linda Morgan added two rebound* and two interception*. The Brazotporl junior vanity took (heir game a bo wtth an tmpr«Mlve M<M thawing. Kayc V»lf ey Vi*4 UM JV offettw with It poinu, followed by Smsn Millar *nd Jackie Sufford with niac. *nd Vtki Kinchrtoc adding Cn Ttw JV drioiK attributed much to the victory vilh Krridj SUdu iMding II with MS rcbouixb »nd two )»• IcrcvpOons Angela McKinncy brought In lhr*c o/ rach. while Cam Burrldge lound t*o rebound* and two In- Irrcephon*. and Angela 1'cawrra with one of each Liberty Bowl in jersey dispute MEMPHIS, Tmn. (AP)The University of Tennessee is one up on the Umvenity of (VrkaRM* a* the two (earn* bead toward their Uberty Bowl football clash Dec. 20. Bowl official* Tueiday settled a feud that had been brewing between the school* by naming Tennessee the home team in the contest. Thi* mean* that Tennessee will get to wear id pale orange jeney* In the game, while Arkansas will have to wear THURS ONLY LIVER i GIZZARDS DINNER BOX , $ GIZZARDS, COU MASHiO FOTATOCS, i I BISCUITS. HOTJNICE CALL ANTATWW pg. L whi)c El Campo paced the balloting pUrtn* 1 1 pbytf * on ItM tw« hooor iqtuuk The UratMporl Kiporten o< Cmufc Ja«k WtWon pUcni ftw pUy«r» on the Iln» l«« Ue*mt u did Uaur CtM»> MlitttUd tod Vktoru VK- (ofl« Strom*** tud four ft*ytn ntmcvl. CaUiowo thfn «nd tUy Dl]r one At IXrit Inom tMrotlvT rod t» BfUD B*u I* I. I«S. »cn>WI Irwn Br*iat»wd »llh HoUrl lUwkim (M. J». Ktuoc) *nd Tojlle B«*««ft ft-J. J*i. wnior) ium«l to Ibe (lrv( (cam dawn Uocmcn. Jlmm> Jurrk* IV4. tU. »ctiiori *t Unrtwrtcr aad CVtuu. («•«. to, )ufttor t to the team o<(«»iv* uekt« »VX pl*y«r* Iron Br*i<H«fte4 MxiuiM JUn»y tk*o (M. 13, JMtief I *( fa** OUM »<«i KarnW MUrhetl (ill. IW. la (tw twOVrtt tV)«. «•«.* rurnnl *l *od Oft tvn.ii orator > »l oitct»liT WifTrfl Miaati t»»<t UM Mi i(wltt<lt«( Victor SotolU U i, roi n Arun mia. t>4i(«) I. rn?. )j»i«' 4! 00] fJaMlfcjn. I i. M U» K«MI KVr>« lormtri from **» VUll 1*0. |*>. (V4. (to. rf f it i! (Vl.lte. icniari«M named i» (he fln( tram t 0*cii» Udjnw (H. WJ. *l W*nJ 11.3. (to. tot tint HXWodif), i«J In ndronl to Ihc wcoorf lra« tpiil f«r«T»f *nd bitty t«n *l . »«t J *l fwiotrnt tutrl 4r »1 fiUttflvif jl Tennis tourney set at Jasmine A "gr»b b*|" mitcd doublet Itflnli (o«rn«m«nl •ill tw teki *t JumtM Court* at 1:30 J m Sjlurd»y. D*v I. 1T71 All woro«n'» Th«ft a no »J» limit tod «tth*r * c*n erf I (rout txtUi or a» fix furttof iafofmalioct cooUcl Jtrry K««a« «t M» b»putto««b«|«nd«Ilm«w' «m «• Twn H«6m* Ton+ai tuma in UM Mhcr. TSe a*m«» »U1 b« dntwn out of the Up to nutcfc up the men »od women who wltl pUy to<«th«r This a * fun lour- ntmeni •«! *U people who pi*y any lev«| of t«wi» from twfiwvm (o advanced pl*y«ni are w«ic«me to tnUr 6ARBQ DAILY J8R01H{RS white The Kazorfaack* had winted to be the home (earn M (hey could wear their deep red home uniform* in the g*m«. They bated the claim on having accepted the bowl bid Nov. II, two day* before Tenneuee accepted. "Why, U we had made Arkansas the home team, the Tennessee folk* would have run us out of town on a rail," commented A. K. "Bud" Dudley, executive director of the bowl. Tennessee had ttaked II* claim to being home team on the (act that the bowl i* played in the SUte of TennesMC. Memphis I* actually located just about hallway between the two schools-Tennewe* it 400 mile* e»»l, in KnoxvUJe, white ArkantM i* iboul 400 mile* we*t, in FayettevUle. At first, bowl official* had tried to get out o/ deciding which ibould be the borne team by leaving It up to television official*, ilnce the game will be broadcast nationally. The TV executive! wen having none of that, however. "We prefer the te*m» to we«r cofltrfjitaf colon, but we «re not miking My demwdi. We don't want to |et into th»t," Mid B««oo Cook «f ABC-TV- Hes Mtsm c«M*F HAk Broylej The new generation premium beer KM MM •«-« «*,»,, LEO WASEK DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 6RAMRIA, TEXAS

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