The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1975 · Page 11
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-^fefc25 :<)7- OPEN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 Gator volleyball team impressive in meets The fir A7<M|x>rt Collf-fle 'Istor *wn«*n'ii volleyball won Hire* rrmldrft mid modi? it to thr Consolation finals in (Xw irf the two UfliroarnentA Ih^y MjlerH during Ihrir I W5 volleyball wawjri "Our young team, wiih only i»o returning player* from laM year, work erf hard again*' (he opposition," (fxnlainwl ( oadi Joycejynn Uostfll lit » jiff M-tiwrn match ag/mwt a It-am from itttt North Cjtni|JU* of Snn Jaritilo Juniw I'oUpjfp, (be (earn* split ibf first tv*om«U'fi<"S arid If* Halon IOM Un» third match Itip (i.itw* Ix-al Giilvfstwi Oj|k-««' txiih times Ihpy played in straight rnatdH's !'<^lt»g<- of the Mainland was (jt'AU't) « fiinldi plnywi /it lirar'Apart ('odf-gc, but (he (irtlor* WI>M' iH'Aiw in the return encounter in Texa* (Jty |jw ('(fllctfe (xriti the <«at'<r<! both iiinf* ttwy playm), national vu/mfn'* dwrnffiotw AJvtn Junior th«- (..'il/irn !>i>(h Itnim Ih^y j>l,-iw-f! In Itw San J«< into Toum»{*ii-n! tfx- '..t'of s In !)<•' ' 'Mtfuiliiti'M !• iriiils luwinn !'< !,<•«• (ollc^c !i»,t l<* S.;HI Jjii ifitu in !(>•• Ahm Junior ' li-am 'iSHtll*TI> III ',>!•• (.illlJf *O!l;t1i •> tl-.,1!!i (or I'.'."'* if)ClU(!t-<J ,Al(«c(!.i ll<rfjt!!w;Ji ajifl l^aur:! S*.hill*-r of FriN Ait.H-f u« {'.!>) 0 n-J if ; in*! I'atli l..jf.'-J'(-rli r.,-( Vi'i-»! ( Mafl.i 'ti-l V.-iH' 1 afc! <<i(h> .)'j.'i«-i 'rf Artgiclt/n. f'i P«lt«*i (sf <"HlH- .'ticlAuiS Hsihfjf! of !.;->,(- J.Kk'.'fO MK.MBKRH OF the Brazosporl College women's volleyball team (front row. from left" liobir&on of West Columbia; „ Kook» of Frr*port; Cindy Pal ion of ("lute, and Maria del Valk- Standing'frorn If ft,< are Of'llM DAILY 1 »0 »; mm ^^^ -«_ •••&. •• «k •§ LIGHTWEIGHT Q-BEAM LIGHT FLUORESCENT LANTERN STOVE OR LANTERN 17** REPEATWG '* 35" 88 CUM Q\ir Reg 33,33 26 96 *' ' " > . VOLLEYBALL SET TENNIS RACKET TETHER SET OHE-GALLOH CAMPER JUG 9 7 Our Reg Cm Ol J T«nnl» BaHi. 1.97 183T SHOTGUN* 3-PIECE GUN RACK DART GAME 37 M*. Joycclynn Doslal, an associate professor of physical education at tho Collegn arid coach of the women's team, l^ura Schiller of Frwport; I'atti l,amrx?rti of West Columbia. Amy Buhrig <A I^ke Jackson, and Cathy Jones of Angle tan WON., Cuero morches on TUES., ... I tl WED. in state playoffs f.'ucro -Aoti i!.s 43rd game in a row and hurdled another bi£ obstacle? «i thi." way to tti third con- secuti%-e (lass 3A Texas schoolboy football title Fnday night The (kibblers whipped unbeaten Gregory - For- tl.-i':r< <f'i and advanced into next weekend's semifinals against Jacksonville. v-hich beat RtKrkdale 25-2! Ennis, winch beat South Grand Frame 22-12, will play the winner of Saturday night's Lubbock Estacado • Pt-cos game in the other 3A semifinal. Cuero joined three other top • ranked teams in Trie Associated Press' final vchwilbfiy pf-.ll in the playoff victory column. Class 2A's Cameron shifted McGrt-giir 31 •'•> and Sea graves of Oas-s A nipped Crow ell 6-3 in regional games and Big Sandy of Class B smashed Axteil S5-0 Thursday night in a quarter • final playoff All but two of the Class 4A regional; were to be played Saturday night The only 4A playoff action saw OJlt Sf-ftttff II. fin » -1 CUU 'l n. * jf9rv<i'- s 1. On t :••- ' *; it 'H UAC ifiiinued from I 'a go Ki- the 50-yard freestyle, fifth in 'the 100-yard fret-s-tyle. and fifth in the 200-yard individual medley In the same division, Debbie Weiss was seventh in the 100-yard breaststroke and 200-yard individual medley while Molly Mealh was third in the ibo-yard butterfly, fifth in the 100-yard breaststroke, fifth in the 100-yard backstroke and seventh in the 30-yard fret-style In the 11-12 boy's. Craig Atkins was first in the 100- yard butterfly, first in the 200-yard individual medley, secxmd in the 100- yard breaststroke. second in the 100-yard backstroke and second in the 100-yard freestyle For the senior boys, William Atkins was first in the 100-yard freestyle, first in the 100-yard backstroke, first in the 100-yard breaststroke, second in the 200-yard individual medley Dallas Carter oust Fort Worth Eastern Hills 21-13 and Houston Kashmere trip Houston Lee 42-7 Thursday night. The defending Class A champion. Grapeland, stayed in the playoffs Friday night by beating Ore City " 18-M. CeJina, which shared the B title with Big Sandy in 1974, advanced to the semifinals by blanking Gorman 21-0 Thursday nigh! and second in the 50-yard freestyle. While part of the team w-as competing in Victoria, several other LJAC swimmers participated in the Houston Dad's Club swim meet Kim Smith progressed into championship "B" time in both the 50-yard freestyle and 50-yard backstroke, placing third in both In the same age group, but in reserve "B" time. Carol Jacohson won the 25-yard breaststroke and 25-yard butterfly, swimming into reserve "A" time In the eight and under girls' division, Kelly Davila. Sarah Smith and Stacie Parrot placed fifth, sixth and seventh respectively in the 25-yard freestyle. Smith also was third in the 25-yard breaststroke and 25-yard backstroke. John Cragar. in the eight and under boys, was seventh in the 25-yard backstroke 18 official board with > brass darts 2 sides. n 3O30 cat. rill* Walngl Mon)i» Cado*«<xk Charged, huntb OJXT j!<:j ^aioly lubber (eccxl Walnut IMVSTI slock Mobile C<iik> wy. 332 at Dixie Dr STATE BANK ClUfE MEMICR F.a.i.C. 44.88

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