The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1975 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1975
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PHONE 849-4325 ANGIETON, TEXAS MIDDLETON PLEASED WITH SHOWING Jones outlasts Buccaneers HvTKDmWISKlK IN WHAT may have own one of the finest basketball games ever plnyed at Hraioswood Gym, Houston Jones outlasted the scrappy Buccnnwrs to take a 102-86 win Tuesday night, Uoth teams entered the game e.ilremely hot and blistered the basket in a wild, offensive minded first quarter, which Rraxoswtxxi led, 33-30 The Bucs cooled off a bit in the second quarter white Jones only got hotter and the visitors led, 65-57 al halftime. never to trail again for the re»t of the game JAMKS BKl.l. was the leading scorer for the Hues, with 19 points, followed by Harry Shtiler with 17, Matt Williams with 14 ami Richard Hughes with 11. Carl Fields led the Jones scorers with 33 points, followed by Anthony Haglin with 23, Hyron Gibson with 14 and Deiward Green with 10, "I Tlltll'dllT the guys hung in there real welJ." said lluccnneer coach David Middlfton. "They weren't intimidated at all ami they were playing a team that beat (defending stale champion) Kashmere by 33 points last weekend. I wasn't disappointed much at all with our kids' performance "1 was real oleased with Shuler's play," Middletoo siiid "This wotild haw to be the best night he's had here at Brazoswood." SIIULKU hit 100 per cent for the night, connecting on four of four field goals ami all nine free throw attempts. The Buccaneers as a whole hit 30 of 66 field goal tries for a 46 per cent completion average ami T, of 32 {rue throws for an (M per cent average Jones held th« rebounding edge over the Hues, 32 to 27 T1IK BITS started the game by surging to a quick IIM lead over Jones with Hell, Williams and Greg Rollins providing the firepower, Williams, Hell and Shtiler kepi the Hues moving to « a> 14 lead but a JO-fooler by (iibson and a thrtf point play by Fields narrowed the margin to SNM9 and <i Fields las up put Jones ahead, 31-20 BL'C (JHKO KOUJ.VS DRJVK.H FOR T1IK BA.SKKT Kollln*. (rammaU-A held Uirirown in ipllr o( Jont-•» v«in Exporters cop 2nd in tourney The Brazosport Exporters came within a quarter of making a serious challenge for the Texas City basketball tournament championship last weekend but fell to a highly-talented Houston Yates squad, 73^. The Exporters had defeated Texas City. 66-52, and Hitchcock, 60-59, en route to playing in the tournament finals In their opening game against Texas City. The Exporters fell behind IS-16 at the end of the first quarter. However, a 20-14 Brazosport advantage in the second period gave the Exporters a 36-32 halfttme lead. Texas City narrowed the gap a bit in the third quarter to tighten the score at4&-46, Brazosport. out an ID-point Exporter outburst in the final period was too much for the Stings to handle. Johnny Roberts was the leading scorer with 24 points while Ernest Bullard had 12 and Kerry Matthews had 10, Bullard, a sophomore guard, was the leading rebounder for the Exporters with 15 grabs. Alfred Duhos had 11 points to lead the Stings while Joe Woods added another 10 The win against Hitchcock was especially important for the Exporters aa the Bulldogs are expected to be one of the top contenders for the District 13-AAA East Zone title this se«wn. The Exporters stormed to a 19-4 advantage in the first quarter and held on a* the Bulldogs chipped away at the lead for the next three period* Roberts was again the leading scorer for Hrarosport with 18 points, followed by B«inte Bryant with 14 and Matthews with 12. Matthews led the Exporters with 13 rebounds while Tommy Jammer pulled down another 12. Kenneth Wilkens led th* Bulldogs with 27 poinU while Calvin Theuss had 12 and Howard Winwood had 10. The stress of the tournament may have caught up with the Exporters by the finals against Yalta Yates had drawn a bye in the first round and had played only one other game to Brazosport's two leading to the finals. "1 think we may have gotten a little tired by the third quarter," said Brazosport head coach Harry Hughes. "But Yates has a pretty fair team. They've got one 6-4 and a couple of 6-3's who are real jumping jacks. I noticed once during the game they had three up in the air with their elbows over the basket." Yates jumped off to an UM2 first quarter lead but a 16-H Brazosport advantage in the second period narrowed the halftime lead to 32-28. Yates stormed to a 25-* advantage in the third quarter, however, that TMi BftAlOtMNT FACTS MtRtKmr, TEXAI Sports WED . 06CBMBBR 1. IW P*f*IA AT THAT point, Iwwever, Shuter went to work and drew three fouls, «w coming while in in* net of tinkmft a lay up following a uteal Shuler was good on all five free throws and the layup and the Hues were back in front. 2? 21 Jon<* fought back but Ine Hues held them off ami had a M-Jfl lead at the end of tlie first quarter IIIK TKAM.H battled until IwothirtU through the (Continued on J J «fte»» Mktdlrloc, Vappv wiib ('.«•> tMe CUT? Than. . . better LEVI'S! Those k«tg-v»earinf, ami ni^pfd l^rvi's art world fumum and Broc3untn'!i KKI jusl reoeiv«d a DCW shipment» come and p«t 'cm! 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