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The Mainkoff News, Thursday, Sept. 17, 1981--7A ' i i i ar rBENNYROGERS y dstripe, the third period. Robinson passed to s A BALANCING ACT--Tiger halfback Bruce Chapman tried to keep his balance against Brownsboro last week after busting nS rs nos maDan.f rr:aay m~t at s p m IDyll pnom ny Lorl uauawav, 2 in MaDrig ...... at ...... ,n ~,u. e r aumela ...... at .... urtmauec R~mu h~ kick as FIIIlaRHiS'|If0S ........... tuftY# '~,t# : i TIG nSEASON TATIST[CS I Homer Turner 37 8 4 6 13 0 - - - JoeDavis 5 5 o n - con l TOTALS 485 96 5 1 44 4 BORO--Like~~ell passedSherman'Sfour tOtacklesLOuis four .tac~.underh/s belt.e .............. svumClosses"tt~w~teh nre-g~agon nrr~ fr~t~ll --for,-............ v go for the first down on fourth and cut theMalakoffleadtO30-8. ~ Georgial the Malakoff Trailing by nine, the Bears chose to Edwards for the two point conversion tO through here Friday night seven. The decision proved to be in- If Cofer s crowd-pleasing effort gave xl everything clad in Blue correct as Harold Holyfiela andthe Bears and their followers any ~n the final shot had been Campann made a crushing stop onthought of a miraculous comeback, the ~smoke cleared, the Tigers Brown. Three plays later the Bears Tigers quickly vanished those hopes. Ni"Dtxie" to thetuneofa were on the offensive move again Utilizing another long gainer by [~ m ion of arch-rival Brown- following a Jamie Cofer pick-off of a Jackson and another Tarver-to- Ill ~rd renewal of Henderson Tarver pass. Kirkland connection, the Tigers iced t rivalry. . Greg Corer excited the near-capacity the cake when Tarver flipped a middle ~, who led the overall series crowd one play later as he high-stepped screen pass to Kirkland, who followed : ~every bit as successful in around right end for an aparrent several good blocks into the end zone. [[ ~ n as the famous General, Brownhoro score Cofer's effort was The Clements PAT was good and the tq ZMng and scoring at will nullified as a teammate was called for a march was complete with 7:38 to go in M stied 455 total yards, while clipping infraction, the third quarter and the Tigers leading [] led by Billy Whiteley, Ron The Tigers took advantage of the 37-8. I Campann, were seeking, Bears' misfortunes and commenced on With the issue already decided, the [] destroying. ,The defense what turned out to be a 67-yard scoring final quarter and a half turned into a i l-minded Bears to 15 yar- drive. Mnstln did the scoring honors, typical Malakoff-Brownsboro finish ~192 passing, sweeping right end and escaping den of Midway through the final chapter a Y, the Tigers, who had 275 Bear tacklers for a 13-yard scoring run, bench-clearing brawl occured near the h, were paced by several Clements was again true with the PAT Tiger bench, keeping an otherwise lot James Jackson was the and the Tigers led 16-0. Tarver set up yawning crowd awake through the ~ter, rushing for 75 yards, the Mastin score on a beautiful 25-yard marathon finish. I ~ms for 111 yards andrun on an option keeper. , The Tigers play host to the Mabank ~Uchdown, mx of 13 After a momentary lull in the Tiger Panthers Friday night, while the Bears , ver, completor of ' ..uo.o ....... h +h,..,,~h Br,ffi, ot ro ,.o~ t^ Vo. t. fobm ^. th. u,,~olo the Bears line. Tiger players in the large audience watching Chapman are Lance Garrets (40) and Todd Monroe (eel The ,70yards and three touch- Kyle gilman recovered a Robinson Kick-offs at hoth sites are sot for 8 p,m. - ~d for 51 yards on seven fumble on the Bears' three-yard line .......... ~nd caught three Tarver Whiteley plunged up the middle from ..... Tam _west s U a~l:S~ qr scores, for 55 yards, the two, one play later, with 1,1 left ............. n ears, it was their duo of the half. Clements was true with the ...... .... rbacks--David Robinson PAT tO give the Tigers a 23-0 halftim o, erguscn--tbat provided advantage ...... to lye nroductlon. The two The Tigers' large cushion quickly ttns ......... at ........ tlfiel'd general combined tO became larger as the second half Teague ..... ..a~ ;:;~,;;~mv,-.m m: amazing 30 passes, began. Tarver carried for five yards on vM,., ,, _,~._~.,, ._.~- t~n-enistant Brownshoro the hall's first play and Jackson _ m~w, .--~ ek was led by Grog Cofer, ;Yards on seven carries, was the only other t ~ ttnish in the plus yardage ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ~_ ldgbly-tOuted defense for the score. Clements kicked the point ............. mg early tO the Bears of after and the Tigeradvantage was 30-0. I_,~lStOm ~ ............. - ~ _..~ ume as Tom Byers and Grog Cofer electrified the Brown- ?mt...l~m=, ............ ;~.~/Z ~,/o~ Sacked quarterbacks shoro partisans on the enns g ....... 4/3' 4 d Ferguson on the game's he made a move tO the inside and rum ................ -. ,,,,., ,. from scrimmage for a quickly darted to the outside and ~/.~mm .... ;m yard loss. Operating crossed the goal line 92 yards later for Mmh~ S z~ ~ e .~ I~ live-yard line, the Bears the Bears' only score wRh I0:49 left in S.~-- e g | e " ~~ ~ ~I met play. Steve Lockwood ~V/a/tors with 44-yard effort. I ( After 2 G a m es) [ first offensive series Player Yards RIcSaHr:ies~ Average Longest TD's I ~Wn 44, the Tigers moved territory on the J Billy Whiteley 111 22 5-~4 - 29 1 [ SHOESTRING TACKLE--Trinidad's Larry Parker was unable to escape the low tackle by the Eustace player in the two ~t~lJers by James Mastin, I James Jackson 109 12 91 44 1 [ school s encounter. Eustace belted the Trojans, 40-0, to keep the Trinidad grldsters winless. ( Staff photo by Ann Rounsavali) u rarver. Two plays later [ James Mastin 85 13 6.5 16 1 [ stepped in front of a I ScottClendenning 37 7 52 14 0 ] ..... ~ .~ . tllntenc[edforKlrklandonls.yardline. I ellerTTu;p;;r oI Eustace Bull dogs take non-district win I.fol~owing Brown's theft, I Bruce Chapman 31 6 5.1 9 0 [ " ,|Ma~laFergusonpassnear I LanceGarrett 25 9 26 6 0 I .41 A A . . * -- l ~ * * l I f'll'q * ' smwnl'ltripeandfllwedawallto the Bears' three- Jo~Sa~ie~ton 5 ; oI ] u t st w m rm]oao rojans his baste to dive for the [ Ro_bert Borah 4 2 2.0 2 0 [ : KILrk~ WaS stripped of I TU'rAL$ 485 ........ ?,p 5.1 44 4 I TRINIDAD--The Eustace Bulldogs score three mintues later following a quarter when Tommy Kirk tossed a and the Bears regained [... ......... n.-.~r~a v n~u .............. ,,r,,. J broke into the win column here Friday Don Cope interception of a Kyle Floyd yard scoring strike to Cope, Kirk's pasi [ ~.my~r., , Yar~s Rcpt. s Average Longest "r~'s{ nidht with a 40-0 shelling of Trinidad's pass on the Trinidad 34 Kennethattempt to Swindell failed to leave the by the goal line misfor- Vic ~irwand 127 5 254 38 3 o r ' f m visitors on to 34-0 I Vic Kirkland 127 5 _25.4 ~ 3 [ youthful Trojans in a non-district en- Cravey rambled in fo the score ro P, . James JaCKsOn III 2 b,~ b ,~5 l * mr defense put the Tigers I ~:~s ~t?n I~ ~ ~n ~ taI ~Otmter. The T~ojans remaln~Iniess in the t2 three plays later. The pass for . After a period of scoreless drives as ~ WhReley flew by the I ".."t"~.':. .... ?" ~ ~~ I' '~ ~ ~r~ e~Gutmgs.~'~ne.... : ........ '" ...... " t~'o pdtdtsTalled, leavlngEtmtaceinthe the game reached the latter, stages, tmoert uoran 10 1 100 10 o , Eustace mop in for ~ter into the backfield, [ ~ooert.~r.an I0 t I0.0 I0 0 l Eustace, a 22-0 loser to nowerhouse driver S seat, 12-0, with 7:51 left in theed their final score ~Z~son two yards deep in aonn Nzctmm 6 I 6 0 e o . ~.~ after Bo d unced on a t [ ~onn M.ctmm. _ e -1 6_06 o [ Cavu,a m their onener, dominated both opening chapter, y PO Car er fumble ' zor a safety at the 8:01 [ ~cott~}encmnmng 4 1 40 ~ o [ thesc~reboard andthe statistic ledger Following Jimmy Carter's 16-yard on the Trinidad 22-yard line, Tony Jor- I TOTAL8 270 11 24.5 53 4 I m,.h~.,, ~,.,,. ,,99 ,,*rds and r~ssin- for return of the ensuing kick-off the dan crashed in from the two with 4:33 to P SING ...... e .... a- r- o ' lad Company's defensive [ ..... PASSI]. ~ .............. ] an additional 65. the 'Do~s amassed 287 Trojans fell victim to the fumble again, go m the game. The try for two points the Tiger offense as ] Player - _ Yards Attempts umpts. |nt~ 'l~'sI stem The Trojans' gro d attack sun- Carter, who paced the Trojan running was no good, leaving the final score at j _~ns.seu '~arver 2~ ~ 10 i[ -lied the hosts yards, totalin~ 111 game with 67 yards, lost control of the .a simple swing pass to trusses Tarver 260 20 I0 4 4 r-. " , ~" 40-0 " trdtlal play following the I T Oa~_~elton 10 2 1 0 o ' I~t~des out of 139 total yards E~stace ball and fumbled into the waiting arms The Trojans (0-2) face another tough kick. The fleet-footed [ TOTAL~ 270 22 11 4 4 [ ,,ornedl2firstdowns while~eTroians of James Thorpe. task Friday night as they host the ,leaped a would-be tackler [ PUNTING I ~=as=von ' ~ After holding the 'Dogs, the two Dawson Bulldogs. Eustace (2-0) jour- ~ through the Bears ~c~ei~Gk];ndtt Yal~i Punti Aver~g..!Longeii Blockei ::d~ere o~fa~d: scR~or the oromised land to :~)~e~liot;PEoUSp~n~; tc~a~esWe~t~ntwi;g ~r~ne~ddf,pu/t;;d ;eYvSe~Cr~:R~-?.t~o~;;nth~vme ,k%Yard imss and run play. [ ~ncse~arrert ,~o5 1 ~ ~ ~ [ kick-off, taking the kick on his own kick the Bulldogs lost their first fumble 8p.m. starting times. .~ added to PAT to up the I ....... oo _ ~ ~o.~ ~. " [ seven-yard stripe and outracing when Floyd recovered for the hosts on tog.0. tqayer Points TI) s e u s z-A'l s umer , ' ] rmyer Points T[ s I~'U'S PAT'S umer ] ~.~-~ n~.d. PAT failed Isvine the venod ended CHAMPS ON DISPLAY , ~theBearsmountsdthelr [n, ........ SCORIN, G .............. ] Trinida'd defenders into the end zone the Eustace 44-yard marker as the first ~ ~at of a scoring drive as ] VicKirkland 18 3 0 0 0 [ visltors on ton 6-0 ,~.. ,~... ...... + +.,.o+h .... izeable WASHIGNTON (AP) -- One of the James Jackson 12 2 0 0 0 ~an to slip through the . . , One series later, Jimmy Watsondrive foUowin~ the bobble recovery greatest collections of sports ~1 Ferguson teamed up I J~l~ye~J~tc~:~nBfll Whztele 1288 11~ ~0 000 10 I, v, . ,.~ ,,uj.,m vo .... ~ ........ ~,~unced on a Trinidad fumble on the ......... :- ..... ~ "---+ ....... li"a the memorabilia ever assembled has ~.~ ~0r a 27-yard pass [ Clint Clements 8 0 0 8 0 [ ~7 ................. uere,~ oa~y.~, a~u y,~.~.f,.vv~ ?.~ .. started wend/no its way around the [ w,,~oll q'~,~ar ~ ~ n n n [ troJan 44 m give me tings ownersmp, varda~e as me Trojans llOVen tO me ..... ~, ..... ~ ,lZe sudden offensive I ~u~,~,.: ~u,~,~,t, ? " " -~ o= I At this ,__mint the Trolan. defense stormed._.___ b,,o+~:A,~..,,.~ ,..:.,.,.,,o .... .I ...... U.,, Facz'n~o third and counwy,,wim me snowing, tins summer names mas m 6 1 0 0 q~ two major penalties ,, the visitors with a herculian effort and seven from that noint, Cope scooped-up of the 100 Champions of American I~er'defense gave theI ~r~SL~as~m 5~ ~ 00 80 I [ forced a'-unt ........ ~ ................ t theSport" exhibition at the National ~ v . anomer lrlmoao IunID,e tO tllWell .......... a __~a~L_ _, or o t-'or~razt t~auery oz me ~rmmsomaa tP on the Malakoff 21- ._ . The Bulldogs moved in f an ther scorinethreat i d? " n 1 -- -- 4~* -- * U '* 1 he Bulldogs drove the length of the T~e --~"~'m includes fa-,,,,,~ Boa bobcats taKe first season win rrloay spor tr pt le "l rtraits, photograp and sculptures of legendary athletes~ honors, scampering in from the eighth l a"' " n" films of hist '! ___ . . . _ with 6:21 left in the quarter Cope dove p ~oU~rtin~etva;n~ a o zoric fore p ftackleforthetwopomtconver-e~iCbhl~aPti t ' Parkvr ,,w Chrlstlan art]son crowd '. O eOfs n.t r/oCna/a;i l u ' Stopping themselves once again with ~ " ..... i DBGUILIANO . The P in ra er after the amP for the , the fumble, the Trojans drove from ept. 7, then move on me mcag ~S~The Cross Roads acers made their only touch- teams, P Ye g The coach .................................. observed that his Bobcats .,o~ ...... ~ +,...o ~,,,o+,.,o ~o .,, ,ho Historical Society Oct. 15-29; Californi& down with 18 seconds left in the game, player s recev ry, defense is beginning tO play more o*...*h ,, .i~o ~'.t~...tn~ ~rad Museum of Science and Industry m LOs~ back from a seasonas ommy Freyter grabbed a Pacer About the Pacers playing, Tuanell aggressively, We had some good hits. ~:= ...... za,~ ..... ~.~ :.n~ far C~Angeles Jan. 15- Feb. 28, 1982, and New, Mount Enterprise last pass and took it in for the TD. The PAT commented that they "stunted a few As excited Bobcats rambled tOward ~."~.~'~'~"~'.~.-~';~,~-~ ~ York's Museum of Natural History clobbering of Parkview was good and that brought the score tO tLmes (Knemen shoot a gap), They ran him, the coach uttered his last words April 1-June28, 1982. :.i derny Pacers Friday25-7 "An ~' .............................. a .:.. ............ that and we caught them with a quick ythlng else., and he f ded in the Eustace 43 Graver scored with 1'40 "t~m t~onca.ts ,ma.ae an an.m.uo.n~.m dive when Floyd made his scoring run distance mounted on theshoulders of :~t ;. *ho ~,'.: r~n~the eight Th~ ~n- u., - treated their guests to rushing ya.r~s ~ me. seco~ lm.tt, m- up the center. We bad the fight play his players who helped him get carried v'e~s'~on~asswas'~'to -~'ve E~tace a lVltlestones ~d one rushing touch- eluding the ~e 'tu rusn ny ~'myd. tam called for the defensive play they bad away ..... ,..t~Z^,^~e ~ Five years ago-Wimbledon champiop owing them how it's~ ~8 and .Rosy Giles, 18 ya .r~ls. --.._ called. They were wide open for a rush Bobcats host Eustace next Friday at ~-~,m...,~ w.au. BJorn Borg won the Association of Te~ Again, me aezense was acuve mm up the center." . 8 p.m. Trinidad or ned the second half with nis Professionals Jaks award as Player first quarter, Dewins Brow~ma~ two fumble recove~es, another lenS'~y drive, only to lose of theYear, -- off tO Myron Green "xmmeu may.rag tour more inches, possession after failing to convert on a~-yardTD. The PAT Floyd adding two tackles and three ............ 10 years ago-A record 3,811,858 persons, [ I JL KJ[ILllUIL~ murm oown nm tom ana ~arter were -SSLsts and Winston tuckln# another %.AU ]lqV JJ~[.J~ ~_,~,U a LIU~ .-. " ....... an average of 49,505 per game, turned - , ---~ ,/ {~7 ' responsmle zor me yaroage wztn .......... ,, "ILT ~ 1 I . ~" I' several large gainers. Facing fourth ;~':ea~a~'~.~l.'~e-~a~as~a~eswai~zed~ nd TD with 7:34 left in tso~ca~ neao uoaen ~e:m sunneu and long on the Eustace 23, the Trojans ~ o . 'ter. Tuanell released remarked during the game that his In 1 ew l nalanl Ivlonoav , ........... o , ed to a II-2 vlctory, over the Fort Worth ~/ alleO to convert ana me u gs rega n Green fort he thirdTD *'am was *"~"" more ,~,t,d. slavs ~ . Cats on the 7-hit pitching of Tommy~ ..--.--~-.~ r----~ v~ " ownersni ,, , P' Bowors and the slugging of Andre~ o wrap up first half We re doing better against the Pacers " n an ei th ame w' i tr , than aoai.~-t Mm,.t ~.t.,~rtm: The The Cowboy8 are 3-0 against New game z gh -g .. ~ rigs eak Ic.,mta,.,, ~vt~nd Rodgers, Bob Schm~dt and Don. ---- --,. ................ v ........ t ........... ded their already huge . ......... ~.,= o .,,a,,. ~,,,,,,~ England and wall be vimtmg Schaefer that hfted them m o ~uper uowl XIII by ............... Taussz~ held the Pacers, with . ............. ~ ........... , o._..__, .... ,.... ..... a .--^ q,~.~ ~'~otin- th Potriots 17 '" t Tevos man wzm ~ seconns remaining m me o' king six tackles and i.,,, +ho.,,..,~ .,,.* ..... ;"~" and ""~'- otamm,, ..... : ~-,: o~',. ...... ,,,~, -- ~ ~ -~ ,. " ..... . ~,~..,~a,, ...... ,~ ........ Cowboys opened Texas Stadium on Oct, Stadium. Staubach completed TD ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ..~b ve Cowan making five uum,~,. " ' f t n ' l ~ - tlr0wrt rt~g three act,., th~ ..m~ m~m-nts I~fore a 24, 1971 by beatmg the Patriots 44-21 passeso 40yards oTo yHfl and36to ~ ----... m~ /TTN-Yr.TITYTt .' dSS~n; Tlmnell making :.~.~,,'~.t,%'~.-";~:,~'~=,^~,,. ~o:d behind Roger Staubach's two touch- Billy Joe DuPree. both in the second V R mnw II I' l, i t-I I, I : '' ............................ to B ....... es ...... half New En'qand's Sam Cunnin"ham " m~men--s - - - -. =-' t^ m~.,v~ him ,:~ oh~opd tl.tair ahmddoro uown pas~e~ uu nay uuu u ~e- . ~ ~ * l' . one assist; Floyd v., ~,,,,v .... ,.,,, ................ o in 1 " ...... ,,~ ,h. I,~k.. ~,~m C..m,,h yard touchdown run by Duane Thomas. rushed f r 93 yards, c udmg a 52-yard c+,...+;..,.-, qont 71 r~t 1 n m ~' lCkles and two assists; ................................ he " s r .,.~, ..... ~ ..-~- ....... r ...... n,. .... n ^~'o,.~ o h,~..o.,o o--1--~." On Nov. 16, 1975, their first vmR to New touchdown run m t fir t qua ter. V, ~ m.aklng ,,n,,,. ,.=,,I,., ~.td.. ma . ..~ , England, the Cowboys broke a two-AI! three Cowboy ~ ormsove New Two 30 ~10. 6 ~Nks. . ., v,......~. -----.o .-- - w---- ~ob,. " 1 in o I e rs was holding the h.qd tim ~ondarv and helrmd them aet game losing streak with a 34-31 trmmph Eng ann came aur g ~uper u w y a V ~A.. ~' ""'--=-'= ....... "=--"-'-"-;------=--'--- over the Pats Staubach threw three for Dallas. The Cowtmys won ~uper ...... . .~l~ItEt ,"knnr'~n. k,t'~^#ll' ,ezlae kept busy with open. t'am, wewentmasprm~outpams ............ :o._ + .... +,. r~ ..... o.... ,,,,,,:W~ovo~,o,,io,erthe,7,~oos,m /vtorlooy & I-rloQy vvv Z;;,~P,~Jt.L ,'~.avv .l', by Winston and 55rather than drop back. This enabled our ~uuc.uuw. paoo~o, " ..... "~" "~*'" ........................... 1 to it in r owl ' " ' .... ~o.ho,:,.+^,o**~tto.~o.~~h. son and one to Golden Richards, On and oat P tsburgh Sups B X I V~l~.Jt t~ r,r~r~..,..+;..,,V', !. Cain's quarterback q , -- "'" r~ .~ ~ the Cowhovs won the fourth and XIII after the 75and 78seasons. ~Stor*ino " , : Pames that gained 105 receivers. - ........... " For : ,yardage. Tunnell's ".OurUn.e~daS.oodJobofblockL~... " ~ I ~Sept. 22 & Each Sunday at 7 p.m. Cos~ofufilifiesl: another 26 yards(Assistant uoacm harry .oggm ....... . .... ms ,or Malakoff Insurance agency Sauna , , , Oym Logan kept that ana aetenszve coormnauon. the / ~ ", making sure each blocking helped us pass and gave the ,. Life . Home . Bonds . Auto Commercial I[ Whir~pool Equipment V.I, 'availablehiS efforts,for thisand qu~-~rte~rnl~.ch~kswa2]~tceh.'s..........._____..._ really a fine ~ q New ropmuntinl[ Amorican Dfe, and A cci~ntM Insurance Co, v Hwy. 90] r[./~ I[A', receiver." Medicare ~uppmment Pm,q. (Behind Dave s I l for the Bobcats Coach Tmmell expressed concern , Supra Sore) THE BODY HOP 7-0630 trd rush by Floyd about .a Pacer player W kent t ed : 226 N. Tern/ JERRY GARR,SON 489-0512 left in the third oacx m]ury ana was men - hospital by ambulance. He led both " -"