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Edgwood Trounces Trojans 61-6J ewood's sophomore Quarterback l)anny 4] has running room against Cumby's James Blunt last week's nondistrict game. Garrett scored By George Goldey txvo touchdons ill the Canines' 61-6 victory. [ Staff Photo by Richard (;olde ] Juniors Sweep Kemp's Teams junior a tripleheader here last Thurs- to Mabank against the varsity. seventh gra- from a 10-point beat the Yellow- jackets 12-10 after holding off a last-second threat. Mabank eighth graders routed their hosts 22-0 in the second game, scoring touch- downs in each of the first three quarters. The Mabank junior varsity capped the night with an 8-0 E STANDZNDS 13-AA Kemp at Hubbard W L Cayuga at Edgewood 3 0 Eustace at Crandall 3 0 DISTRICT II-B victory. The Mean Green defense held the Kemp JV to only 26 yards in offense, while the Panther offense racked up 181 yards rushing and another 25 passing. Quarterback Mark Gunder- son carried twice to get the final yard arid then passed to Kevin Foster for the two-point bonus and an 8-0 Mabank lead with 3:39 left in the second quartet'. In the seventh grade game, Kemp jumped to a 10-0 advan- tage in the first half. Paul Thomas ran in a touchdown and Scott Greathouse tacked on the two point bonus. The Yellow jackets nailed a Mabank runner in his own end The bonus failed and Kemp still led 10-6. Ollie Watson scampered 25 yards for the winning touchdown A blocked punt got Mabank started in the eighth grade game and the visiting Pan- thers poured it on to win big. Keith Norman scored from 50 yards out as he returned the blocked punt to royal soil with 2:12 left in the first quarter. Tyson Johnson ran in the bonus for an 8-0 lead. Jeff Bennett bal:ged in from two yards out with 7:11 remaining in the first quarter. The bonus run failed, but Mabank led 14-0 at inter- mission. Mabank got its final touchdown in the third stanza EDGEWOOD---The Edge- wood Bulldogs overwhelmed the Cumby Trojans Friday night as they ran roughshod over them 61-6. It was evident from the opening series of plays that Edgewood would win. The only doubt was by how much. Cumby opened the game by kicking off to the Bulldogs. It took them just eight plays to reach paydirt, with Mike Randle going the last ten yards to score climaxing a 59-yard drive. Daniel Foster booted the extra point to lead 7-0. The Trojans held the ball for eight plays, punting to the Edgewood 35 yard line. Randle carried on the next play from scrimmage and gained 31 yards to paydirt with 5:38 left in the first period. Daniel Foster booted the conversion point to give Edgewood a 14-0 early lead. Edgewood scored two touch- downs that were nullified by clipping penalties. Edgewood got its final first period score. This drive took five plays for 31 yards with Danny Garrett going the final eight yards to score. Foster made it 21-0 with two minutes and 32 seconds remaining in the first half of play. Another Edgewood touch- down drive took nine plays, with Danny Garrett crossing the double stripe with 10:16 remaining in the half. Foster kicked true and the home team held a 28-0 lead. Three plays later, the Bull- dogs were back on the score- board. Mike Randle inter- cepted Cumby Quarterback Gary Lay's pass and ran it back 55 yards to paydirt. Foster missed the conversion point, with just 9:18 remain- ing until halftime. The next Bulldog drive was stalled when Robert Eaton fumbled the ball. However, Edgewood got a scoring drive underway when Eaton inter- cepted a Cumby pass. A 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 Week 28, Mineola 0 Kemp 0 ]'his Week fat Van at Brownsboro at Canton Point 17-A W L Grove 3 0 3 0 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 3 0 3 Week :1, Cayuga 6 61, Cumby 6 0 0 Week Grove at Kerens (Conference) Team W Coolidge 2 Trinidad 2 Wortham 2 Dawson 1 Mildred t Oakwood 0 Frost 0 Palmer 0 Scurry-Rosser 0 remaining four yards to score with 4:10 remaining. At half- time Edgewood went to the dressing room with a com- fortable 41-0 lead. Cumby came to life briefly in the opening minutes of the third period. They took the opening second half kickoff on their own 31-yard line. Aided by two 15-yard penalties against Edgewood, they had possession of the ball on the Bulldog 34-yard line. Two plays at the Edgewood line netted them a three yard loss. A pass from Lay to Barry Strickland carried down to the 33-yard line. On the next play of the game, Lay tossed to Geary Ahnond for the touchdown. A pass for the PAT failed. The Bulldogs took over on their own 35 yard line and six plays later Lee Farmer scored going the last nine yards. A fumble by Strickland set up the next Edgewood tally. The drive carried for 21 yards with McEnturff going the last yard to score. Foster's kick was blocked with the score at 54-6. seven yards to paydirt. With just three seconds Foster's kick was good and remaining in the game the game ended 61-6. ., Edgewood scored again. Edgewood will host the i Cumby fumbled on an in- Cayuga eleven Friday night :! tended punt and the Bulldogs to open district play. The tookover on the Trojan 7-yard Bulldogs are undefeated this ; line. On the next play of the season. Cumby suffered its game, Chuck Smith went the fourth straight loss.  YARDSTICK Cumby Edgewood First Downs 6 27 'J Yards Rushing -12 362 Yards Passing 37 21 Passes (C-A) 2-6 1-3 :; 'Had Intercepted 0 1 ) Fumbles-lost 2-2 2-2 :7 Punts-avg. 4-26 0-0 Penalties-yds. 7-70 11-145 4 Cumby 0 0 6 0--6 Edgewood 21 20 7 13--61 g Scoring Summary E---Mike Randle 10 rtm. (Daniel Foster kick good) E---Mike Randle 31 run. (Foster kick good) 4 E---Danny Garrett 9 run. (Foster kick good) " E---Garrett 4 run. (Foster kick good) ': E---Randle 55 pass interception. (kick failed)  E---Randle 4 run. (Foster kick good) :'o C---Geary Almond 33 pass from Gary Lay. (Pass failed)  E---Lee Farmer 9 run. (Foster kick good) E---Terry McEnturff 1 run. (Kick failed) "( E--Chuck Smith 7 run. (Foster kick good) GAME---Bucky Butler of the Mabank junior varsity is head over heels after this Kemp's Glen Rose [81] makes a tackle. The Panther JV beat the Yeliowjacket Prelude to Friday's big shootout over in Mabank. Mabank went on to sweep all four against Kemp this season. [Staff Photo by Carroll llolmes[ in three of Hover's passes. Jim Dugan did most of the work for Frost as he legged out 105 yards on 13 carries, scored a touchdown rushing and another on a pass catch of 40 yards. Trinidad got its first scoring drive cranked up midway through the initial quarter, Starting at theft, own 46, the Trojans marched the ball to paydirt in 10 plays. Thompson and Williams shared much of the duty in moving the ball, but a 14-yard gain by Howard was the biggest single step to the touchdown. Thompson capped the drive on a four-yard plunge with 2:39 remaining in the opening period. Scott Bradley's bonus attempt was on target, and the Trojans led 7-0. Thompson then recovered a Frost fumble at the Trojan 43 as time ran out in the first quarter. Two rushes by Thompson and a major penalty against the Bears pushed the ball across the Frost 30 where Trinidad had a first down. Howard then got a yard, followed by gains of four yards apiece by Thompson and Howard. Hover kept the ball on fourth down and picked up a critical yard for a first down at the Bear 18. Howard got two yards and Thompson clipped off the remaining 16 on second down. The PAT kick failed, but Trinidad led 13-0 with 8:12 still to play in the first half. Frost marched inside the Trojan 20 several minutes later, but James Riley killed that threat, temporarily, with a fumble recovery at his own 23. Trinidad marched out to its own 40 before giving up possession on downs. There was time for just one play and Frost Quarterback Greg Stoehr knew just the one a he connected on a 40-yard scored two touchdowns for the hosts, despite the fact that he did not carry the ball at all in the second half. Williams scored the Trojans' other two touchdowns. Quarterback Darell Hover also had a good night in the passing arena, completing four of his seven attempts. Buzz Howard was the ame's (Season) Coolidge 3 1 Dawson 2 1 Trinidad 2 2 Wortham 2 2 Oakwood 1 2 Mildred 1 3 Palmer 1 3 Frost 0 4 Scurry-Rosser 0 4 Last Week Mildred 31, Scurry-Rosser 6 Trinidad 27, Frost 12 Wortham 22, Oakwood 14 Coolidge 6, Palmer 0 This Week Mildred at Frost Dawson at Scurry-Rosser Trinidad at Palmer Coolidge at Oakwood at the bonus failed and Trini- dad took a 13-6 edge to the halftime locker room. Trinidad took the second half kickoff and steamed 77 yards in a dozen plays to break the Bears' back with another touchdown. Williams got 59 of those yards on seven carries, including one for 34 yards and one for the final yard. The bonus pass failed, but Trinidad led 19-6 with 6:20 left in the third quarter. Frost made a bid to get back in the game as the Polar Bears took the ensuing kick- off and rammed it 55 yards in only eight plays. Dugan got most of that yardage as he broke for 42 steps on first down after returning the kickoff 30 yards one play earlier. A third-down pass from Stoehr to Mark Cosby set up first down at the Trojan Dugan broke up the goal line stand as he crashed over with 2:42 remaining in the third stanza. Again the bonus 3-yard line and Dugan moved it to the one after two carries. Frost Trinidad First Downs 12 17 Yards Rushing 151 294 Yards Passing 80 23 Passes (C-A) 5-11 4-7 Had Intercepted 0 0 Fumbles-lost 4-4 0 Penalties-yds. 8-90 4-50 Trojans used up 10 plays and YARDSTICK Score By Quarters Frost 0 6 6 0 -- Trinidad 7 6 6 8 -- Scoring Summary T---Melvin Thompson 4 run. (Scott Bradley kick) T---Thompson 16 run. (Kick failed) F---Wade Peters 40 pass from Greg Stoehr. (Run failed) T---Steve Williams 1 run. (PAT failed) F---Dugan 1 run. (PAT failed) T---Williams 3 run. (Bruce Cates pass from Darell Hover) Gene Joslin fell on a Frost all. i fumble to get the final stanza Williams and ttoward : underway and set up the last shared balHugging chores to !, scoring drive of the game. reach the Polar Bear 40 and Moving from their own 38, the Williams took over there as he romped for 33 yards and a : first down at the Frost 7-yard line. Howard got the first four steps and then ,Williams  capped the drive on a 3-yard . r/ln. The score went up another i two points when Hover threw ,) to Bruce Cates for the bonus , and a 27-12 lead with 7:57 ! remaining in the game.  Frost roared back to force } 12 Trinidad back inside its 10, 27 but the Trojan defense re- grouped and Jimmy Norris raked in a Bear fumble at the Trojan 14 to kill the final threat. Trinidad, now 2-0 in district play and 2-2 for the year,  travels to Palmer for more ./ district action this week, j, i :) 1 WORKING LIKE A TROJAN---Trinidad's Steve Williams [35] was a man under the gun last week as he toiled through 24trips with the ball to net 172 yards and two touchdowns to lead his team to a 27-12 win over the Frost Polar Bears. [Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall] ning star Steve Williams knifed through tremendous holes opened by his blockers to pick up 172 yards on 24 carries against Frost here last week and lead the resurg- ing Trojans to their second district win, a 27-12 decision over the Polar Bears. Regular stalwart runner Melvin Thompson rambled 75 yards on 15 carries and 2 TRINIDAD---Freshman run- leading receiver as he hauled bomb to Peters with no time The Trojans held Stoehr for failed, but Trinidad's lead four minutes of the clock to ) remaining. Stoehr's attempt no gain on the third down, but had been trimmed to 19-12. ice down the win once and for i Trinidad's Trojans Thaw Out Polar Bears 27-12- zone for a safety and a 10-0 when Quarterback Scott half-the-distance to the goal L edge. Bateman sliced in from eight line penalty against Cumby WE'RE NUMBER ONE---Edgewood's Mike Randle 1201 joins teammate Chuck Smith on his 0 Mabank came back, as Clay yards out with 53 seconds left gave the Bulldogs the ball on touchdow, s,dourn in the fourth quarter. Randle scored four I'I) ol his ovu as the Bulldogs 0 Bramblett scored on a 14- in the period. Norman tacked "the Trojan tO-yard line., Two maagledl umhy s trojans to wind u prodistrmtta-5' Witha p|'ec reco e[Sf 0 yard run in the second period, on the bonus plays later, Randle went the by Richard Goldev ] ' '! 1