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8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 1,1983 * O By BENNY ROGERS Although Friday night's official opening to the 1983 football season has been anxiously awaited by every schoolboy outfit in the state, the Trinidad Trojans and Cross Roads could possibly be the most eager. Players, coaches and fans in both cam- ps are hoping the road back begins Friday night, Trinidad entertains the Frost Polar Bears and Cross Roads travels to Mt. Enterprise. Both teams will be out to avenge season opening losses to the same clubs last year. Both games begin at8p.m. For Trinidad there's more than Just revenge as a motivating factor. The Trojans are committed to turn the sagging THS program around. A program that's posted only a handful of wins since the turn of the decade. THS posted a 3-7 ledger last year after going 0-I0 the year before. Trinidad's opener against the Polar Beers, a 34-7 winner over THS in '82, finds the Trojans with a good chance to start the season with a win. Frost is currently in the same boat the Trojans were in a couple of years ago--with very few players, 14-17, in camp. Althougll snort in numt)ers, ztrst.year Frost coach Mark Sebek is not without talent. Returning to the Frost fold is runninghack Donald Brown, a 5-fcot-10, 170 pounder. Brown is easily the fastest Polar Bear, having captured the run- ner-up slot in the Class A 400-meter des at the state meet in Austin last spring. Trinidad Coach Tom Holcomb, beginning his second year at the THS helm, will counter with the likes of quarterback Brent Hiler and run- ningback Derek Jackson. Hiler, a 155- pound sophomore, was Henderson County's top newcomer as a freshman last year. Jackson, a 150-pound senior, is a nifty runner who can elude would be tacklers. The bright spots have been few in Cross Roads since a varsity football program began four years ago, but CRHS grid boss Keith Tunnell may have the Bobcats on the verge of tur- ning things around. Nineteen letter- men, including nine offensive and eight defensive starters, are back off last year's 1-9 campaign. Expected to play key roles in Cross Roads' revitalization program are Chris Hope and Mike Biggers. Hope, a 6-foot, 220-pounder, was a first team All-Henderson County selection at cen- ter last year and anchors the CRHS line. Hope is also expected to log playing time at tight end for the 'Cats this year. Biggers (5-foot-10, 220- pounds) missed a lot of playing time a year ago due to injuries, but is healthy again and will line-up at fullback and linebacker for the Bobcats. Both are seniors. Cross Roads' first-week opponent lost heavily to graduation, but there's still enough talent at Mt. Enterprise to cause the Bobcats to worry. Seven let- termen, all starters both ways, return to try to improve on last year's 4-6 worksheet. Mt. Enterprise is loaded with big linemen, including guards Marty Ground and Allen Chaney and tackle Johnny Child. End Johnny Fryman and Runningback Gary Jarvis will also bare watching by the Bobcats. Next week the Trojans travel to Maypearl, while the Bobcats hit the road for Overton. Both games have 8 p.m. starts. TROJAN EFFORT--Trlnidad quarterback Brent Hiler tried to escape the grasp of a 8curry.Rosser player during last Friday's scrimmage with the Wildcats. The Trojans battled the Wildcats to a 0-0 tie. Hiler, last year's Newcomer of the Year in Henderson County, will lead the Trojans Into action Friday night in Trinidad against Frost. (Staff photo by Ann Ronnsavall) Carburetors, Tune-Ups, Brakes and Auto Air-Conditioning Hwy. 31 East Malakoff Dine In or Take Out 11: 00a. m.-6: 30p. m. 514 W. Royall Blvd. 489.0471 the Pound Malakoff e i H 41 ....... \/ TRINIDAD TROJANS--The Trinidad Trojans kick-off the 1983 football seaon at (l-to-r) Todd Weaver, Charles Riley, James Boyd, Mike Colman, _~tcY~'J~ home against Frost Friday night. Team members pictured include: Front row Shong Ah-heart, Kelvin Boggas, Jerry Stanfleld and Mark ThompT~t~l/~ (I-to-r) Brent Hiler, Derek Jackon, Bryan Hiler, Mike Hornbuckle, Leo Stanton, tured are coaches Tom Holcomb, Larry Cumby and Steve Patridge. Dana Bates, Mlckey Garcla, James Stanton and manager Joe Moser. Back Row by Janice Thennis) | CROSS ROADS BOBCATS--Cross Road' Bobcats travel to Mt. Enterprise Friday night to open the 1983 season. Team members pictured include: Front Row (I.to-r) manager Eddy Hinds, Breck Dodd, Randy Hinds, Keith Pryor, Brian Phillips, Kevin Mattingly, Todd Sneed, Stephen Scott, Bubba Henry and manager Curtis Lewis. Middle Row (i-to-r) manager Phillip Tunneil, Brad Scoggin, Scotty Drummond, Kenneth Wallace, Robert Friable, Chuck Wallace, :~"'~ ; ~' /~:/i .... ~ ," .... ,~!* ~ ~ ~: ~,~i~':~: ...... l,amb i~_ David Leopard, Farris Condltt, Yancy Rounsavall, manager Mar l~c~ Coach Keith Tunnell. Back Row (i-to-r) Coach Larry Scoggin, C~'ret ~r1~~ vaugnn, urad McL'asklll, Matt Anding, Jeff Tunnell, Mike Blggers, Yk~/f i~ Jimmy Baker, Chris Hope, Timmy Hester and Gerald Emanuel. Kl~tdfl~M~ Enterprise is scheduled for 8 p.m. CRHS goes to Overton next wee,, .... by AI Rainey) I This Week's Games Tom Finley Last Week: 0-0 Overall 0-0 A . osvRte r :ell bnny Rogers : LaSovtO. Wrael : 0-0 04) Dawn Riley Last Week: O-0 Overall 0-0 Kerens at Malakoff Malakoff Malakoff Malakoff Malakoff Malakoff Frost at Trinidad Trinidad Trinidad Trinidad Trinidad Trinidad Cross Roads at Mt. Enterprise Cross Roads Cross Roads Mt. EnterpriseMt. Enterprise Mt. Enterprise Cayuga at Eustace Eustace Cayup Cayuga Cayuga Cayuga Center at Athens Center Athens Center Center Athens Forney at Kemp Kemp Forney Forney Forncy Forney Whitehouse at Mabank Mabank Mabank Whitehonse Mabank Mabank California at Texas A&M Texas A&M~ Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M louisville at SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU 8MU West Texas St. at NTSU NTSU West Texas St. NTSU NTSU N'rsu UCLA.at Georgia UCLA Georgia UCLA UCLA UCLA Pittsburgh at Tennessee Tennessee Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Penn St. at Rutgers Penn St. Penn St. Penn St. Penn St. Penn St. Miami (FLA) at Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Duke at Virginia Virginia Duke Duke Duke Duke San Diego St. at Tulsa San Diego St. San Diego St. San Diego St. San Diego St. San Diego St. North Carolina at South Carolina South CarolinaNorth Carolina North CarolinaNorth Carolina North Carolina Denver at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh NY Jets at San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego LA at NY Giants NY Giants NY Giants NY Giants NY Giants NY Giants St. Louis at New Orleans St. Louis New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New orleans Miami at Buffalo Miami "Miami Miami Miami Miami Philadelphia at San Francisco San FranciscoSan Francisco San Francisco Philadelphia San Francisco Atlanta at Chicago Atlanta Chicago Atlanta Chicago Atlanta Green Bay at Houston Green Bay Houston Green Bay Green Bay Green Bay e a ,O By AL RAINEY Henderson County Junior College coaches knew they were in for a treat here Saturday when sophomore tailback Chuck Franklin broke the four- th play from scrimmage for a 70-yard touchdown run. Franklin and the rest of the HCJC Cardinal foothaU team ripped apart the Texas A&M Jayvees in a preseason sophomores 280-pound David Staffer, Jeff Wil/lams at 230, Daryl Crocker at 250 and 240-pound Dale Williams along with freshman Jim Rapp, a 235 pounder from Cenroe, carved out enough boles for sophomore running hacks Franklin and Charles Adamson to plow up 310 yards rushing. The HCJC offense also boasted a 187- yard aerial attack topped by a 70-yard credit to his aeslatants. Saturday. We've A&M could only generate 44 yards on do but it looked i the ground and 43 yards passing as Cardinals controlled the line on every play. "Defensively we've made a lot of progress," Hopson related, "but a lot of the credit goes to my assistants, Bill Hopper and Gary Ashlock. They've worked hard with everybody and that's scrimmage at Kyle Field, scoring three TD pass from Sweeney's Mike Coleman the main reason we're this far along." times and allowing leas than I00 yards to Vlctoria's Daryl Thomas. In all the Hopson gave plaudits to his in total offense for the Agg/es. Cardinals racked up397 total yardsof sophomores, Jay Brown and Martin "We're Just as happy as we can be," offense in just 75 plays, an average of Villereal in the line along with Pat Assistant Coach Rennle Feldman said 5.29 yarda per snap. Shaw, Harry Dlckemm and Garry (Cardinal head coach Carl Andrees is The only miscue the Cards were Cumby in the secondary. out of town on a personal matter), "Our guilty of came after a 70-yard drive. A "Our sophomores showed us a lot of offenaive line did a super Job of moving fumbled snap stopped the drive on the leadership and some of the freshmen people, and our backs made good uae of one-yard line. are looking real good,find uch oft'"m theholes." Dofemlve Coor/dnator Bill Hopson noted. "It was hard to The Cardinal line, featuring praised his squad and gave a let of anything that we weren't happy with game." 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