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--The Mmko News, Sept: X3d . By LEWIS TULL The Trinidad Trojans fell victim to the big play offense of Mayp u-1, 15-2, on the Panther's home field Friday nl t. hreg Mathers took a hand-off on the Panthers fourth play from scrhumage and rambled 25 yards down to the Trojan three yard line. Mathers got the call again, working to the one. David Beam put the first points of the game on the board from there, and Richey Clark put an end to the first scoring drive, splitting the uprights for a 7-0 lead. Trinidad avoided the shutout in the final period as James Boyd pinned Maypearl on their three with a 40-yard punt. The Panthers could not improve their position and prepared to punt. The snap from center sailed out of the end zone and the Trojans notched two. The Trojans began the game with Derek Jackson and Mike Hornbucide alternating carries, gaining one and two yards respectively. Hornbuckle took a reverse hand-off from Brent Hiler for seven more and the first down. Jackson carried three times for nine DTto set up a fourth-and-one. THS coach Tom Holcomb elected to go for it, and Jackson responded for six yards and a first down. The Trinidad drive stalled at this point and Boyd punted down to the 20. A 10-yard rptt>rn clipping pe aRy, up shop on the 15, Mathers fumbhod from scrl~mnag ~,,~ pounced on tb, Trinidad a first d,~,w~ Filler carried tot four, but the Troj ~n: trouble. Johnny White ~J~ pass attemN .,~ " returned the ba!l ~,~ Trojan mat ch. Trinidad Jtmic, r !'~ . opened their seas:m offensive bur~: aga., := ning 38-0. Quarterbac~ Rv:m back for a (.~u..K receiver Chad Ac,~a~- scoring. Kevm ('~v~, two-point c,)nw~'r~a~ It was Carter a~ second score w~.u,. field. Cartev':~ ..... scoring with a I 4 n ,~ Early in the seo.:~, again from mc ~,~ ran 96 )ards for ~ This Week's Games Mabank at Malakoff Eustace at Cross Roads Dawson at Trinidad Brewnsboro at Kemp Athens at TerreU laekscmvflle mCorstcana - -- LII '~,? .... [ ~a~;t Week: 16-8.1 Ocerail: 26,.23-1 Malakoff EuStaee i Dawson Browusboro Ten-ell HCJC at Cisco TCU at Kansas St. Texas at Auburn LSU at Rice Ohio St. at Oklahoma Iowa at Penn St. Arizona St. at UCLA Georiga at Clemson Corsicana Ci~co TCU Texas LSU Oklaho.u, lowa UCIA Georgia Florida St. Kentucky Miami { FLA ~ I Notre Dame Philadelphia Michigan at Washington Florida St. at Tulane , =pelled disaster for ..... ~hers scored on their i~enavides, on the : ' ~7-yard bomb from ~.~,e one. White got the ~ ~:,, powered in for the :~ailed, and with 8:45 ~t:~:~r~er, Maypearl held :'~: took Maypearl ~t,-,!,~omb. "We gave up ~" h~fo~llSe. Indiana at Kentucky Purdue at Miami (FLA) Michigan St. at Notre Dame Philadelphia at Denver / _ LA Rams at Green Bay San Francisco at St. Louis Kansas City at Washington _ Pittsburgh at Houston - Giants at Dallas -- II I I II -- Stereo --- Furniture VCR -- Television Washer 8, Dryer FAST FRESHMAN--Trinidad freshman Kelvin Beggs (44) riced against Maypearl Friday night as Panther Richard Hill (78) Maypearl used big plays to hand Trinidad a 31-2 setback. The return home Friday night to host Dawson's Bulldogs (1-1). Game tta~ (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavail) @ L~ ~ P R 'SS rton rips By MARK CALDWELL temporarily shut down ..... The Overton Mustangs unleashed Mustang offense.. their own version of the Pony Express At the beginning of 983 on the Pony's home field Friday night neither team took advant ii-- as they rode the performance of opportunity with thehal] tailback Weldon Kennedy to a 57--0 third quarter, the Cats .... "- blanking of the Cross Roads Bobcats. serious threat of the night. 1 l Kennedy, a legitimate four--six forty With Anding at the heitn, [ 1 yard sprinter, accounted for 231 yards moved from the Mustang | 1 on only 12 rushes for the hometown but a pass from Andi g w |l Mustangs. incomplete on fourth l 1 ne first two plays of the game in- Cats again were forced to gl / ,, 'k,~~ dicated the type of game it would be as back. _ ~._ W. l L~I., Overton moved from its own 32 in only From then on it was all l ~~J two plays for their first score. Kennedy dormant Mustang offense Q'~ ~p~ | ~