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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaMullins Falls to yellow jackets 35-12 Syrma saturday Octor 3, 7 Mullins end Harry Davis 88 awaits Elvington pass for first period completion Mccleneghan defenders Terry Grantham 9 and Wendy Porter 41 fail in defense Sumter rips Dillon 44-6 by by Lofia Cannon Solomon passed 15 Yards to Quarter Soloman ran another morning news sports writer halfback Steve Kirkland and Long yardage touchdown this Dillon the Sumter John Myers ran across for the time 55 Yards up the Middle and gamecocks demolishing team j conversion. J on the conversion attempt he did it again Friday night As they by half time the gamecocks passed to Cooper for the two toppled the Dillon wildcats 44-6 i had racked 30 Points and had i Pointer. In a wild scoring spree. I blanked the wildcats. I Thomas Washington added the 5aaaa match leaves a minute into the third i another touchdown with a Little i Sumter at 4-1 Overall and 3-0 in i a -4r Over three minutes left in the scores the conference. Dillon picked up their first lost giving them a 3-1 1 record. Freddie Solomon broke the ice Wilh left in the first Quarter As he scampered 55 Yards up the Middle for the gamecocks open ing touchdown. Gamecock quarterback Fred die Solomon hit c. A. Wilson with a 5 Yard pass and Wilson ran 12 More around the end for the score. With seven minutes left in the half James Cooper ran 65 Yards on a Handoff from Solomon around left end making the score 22-0. Moments later Pageland surprised by Cheraw Cheraw Cheraw sum Lill 14 22 fi-44 Dillon 01 06-6 us Solomin goes 55 Yards up Middle for score. Pat Good us hits Wilson with 5 Yard pass for score. Pat was Good us Cooper goes 65 Yards around left end for touchdown. Pat was Good us passes 15 Yards to Kirkland for score Myers around right end for Pat us goes 55 Yards up the Middle for score. Pass to Cooper Good for us washing runs around left end for score. Pat no Dillon. Recovers on 3 stretched Over for the score. Pat no third As he scampered around i the end for nine Yards and the score. I Dillon finally got on the scoreboards when the gamecocks fumbled on the three Yard line and the wildcats recovered and stretched Over j the line for the score with left in the fourth Quarter. He wins gremlins win 287 Bennettsville Ben net Stville s Gremlin overpowered the Andrew Jackson volunteers 28-7 in a football clash Here Friday night. The gremlins struck first in the first Quarter when Gene Lawford capped a 75 Yard drive with a three Yard run. They missed the two Point conversion. Other scores came on 25 and one Yard runs by de 2 Point i Terence into a wide open scr ble. R Loris had nursed a 13-8 trom the first half through second half until Wilh 48 seconds j quarterback David Creech left Ray Baggett connected with1 scored 15 of the Cheraw Points Roy e1iis on play to at won and threw a 50-Yard touchdown in a game j pass for the other touchdown j Loris opened the score on the Creech got the first score of i second period when Lennie Moore threw to James Wilson touchdown j a he punt j i e conversion. The game when he plunged in from the two in the second or 45 Yards and period he then kicked the extra Puyu. I. I. Wilson kicked Hannah Pamplico stormed in the third Quarter. Riley j Back however moving 70 Yards Mangum drove in from the two to score for Pageland. The con version attempt failed and the Cheraw Lead was Cut to 7-6. Later in the third however Creech unloaded to Eliah Gainey on a 50-Yard touchdown pass play and added the extra Point on a kick to make it 14-6. In the fourth Creech took off on a 28-Yard run for a half touchdown and added the con version to end the scoring. Pageland is now 4-1 Overall 1 a touchdown and 1-1 in the conference. Pass try failed. After receiving the Kickoff with Jimmy Bacot picking up most of the yardage. The score came on a pass from Baggett to Bobby Martin on a 30-Yard play. Baggett then threw to Lee Verne Ellis for a two Point conversion that turned out to Supply the winning Points. By stove Kob Kitsun i morning news sports writer Mullins the Mullins aug Conners found out what it feels like to be stung by the Mclenaghan yellow jackets j last night As they were victimized 35-12 in a Region 5 game j giving the jackets their third straight win. Mclenaghan could t have looked better the first half As. Quarterback Terry Grantham led the team to two touchdowns in the first period and added two More to half time. Wendy Porter had a Fine night As he chalked up t w o touchdowns and set up a third that fell victim to the officials Flag. Except for sporadic spurts which accounted for their Only two touchdowns the auctioneers were either fumbling the Ball. Being penalized or having pass intercepted. The yellow jackets skin tight defense was almost in penetrable during the entire game and Mullins quarterback. Charles Elvington was forced to keep scrambling by a Strong pass Rush. Elvington was dropped by the jackets four i times in the game. Things started rolling Early in the first Quarter As Porter made the first of his two touchdowns w the left in the first period on a 18-Yard sweep around right end. Buster Taylor kicked the p Jint after. I Taylor had an excellent slate with five out of five extra Point i kicks being Good. I right after the Mcclenaghan Kickoff the auctioneers made their first mistake As halfback Ernest Godbolt went charging i up the Middle fumbled and the j i jackets recovered on Mullin s 138. I Grantham then completed a j daring first Down pass to Grace i who scampered Over the goal j line untouched with a Little Over is Sven minutes left in the first Quarter. Another Mullin s mistake set up the yellow jackets next touchdown in. This one being an in 36, Hori Svitic 6 t perception by Grantham on the is. Maii Hows 6 i Mcclenaghan 40. G r a n t h a m lower Richlond Flora of Columbia 7 broke several tackles and was almost in the Clear before being Andrew Jackson of j dragged Down by an auctioneer on Mullins 28. Halfback Daryl Gorbin broke Loose on the following play and Bull dozed his Way through the Middle and dodged Mullins secondary on a 28 Yard dash off left tackle with left in the i half. The auctioneers could do nothing on their next series of Downs and gave Over Possession to the yellow jackets on Mcclenaghan s 22. Grantham then set himself up for a touchdown on two passes both to Corbin. The first was for ten Yards and a first i Down and the next went 36 Yards j to Mullin s six Yard line. J Grantham then drove up the i Middle on a keeper and dived in i for the score. I a perked up Mullins team came out in the second and drove 80 Yards for their first touchdown in 11 plays. Brunson led the Way picking up 30 Yards in three carries and Light footing it around right end for the score. With six seconds left in the Superb run from the 50-Yard line in Mullins 5 and on the next play finished the final yardage making the score the auctioneers did t get anything on the boards until the list minute of the fourth when Elvington hit his Star receiver Harry Davis with a 12 Yard j Mcclenaghan is now 3-1 in the regular season and 2-0 in the conference. They play Dillon next week in Florence. Mcclenaghan 14 14 7 11-34 Mullins i-12 me Porter runs is Yards around right end on sweep for score. Pat by Taylor Good me Gra Ithan throws 38 i Yards to Grace for score. Pat in Taylor Good me Corbis run 28 Yards up Middle for the touchdowns. Pat by Taylor Good me Grantham goes up the Middle for 5 Yards and a touchdown. 7 by Buster Good my Brunson goes around icel end for Fie score 25 Yards. Pat attempt no Good five Yards up the Middle for touchdown. Pat by Taylor Good my Kelvington throws 12 Yards to Davis for the score. Pat attempt no Good Willie Sellers carries for Falcons he scored 1 touchdown on a Flea Flicker Peri Duclon 40, Westminster 16 wore Shoals 16, ninety six 6 Georgetown 13, Howard of Georgetown 0 Camperi 30, Hillcrest of Dalzell 14 Hunter Kinord of Norway 19, Edisto i Batesburg Leesville 26, Longley _ both Cleon water 0 Walterboro 35, Roberts of Holly Hill 0 Holly Hill 35, Branchville 12 York 48, Chapman 3 Denmark Olor 46, Ruffin 8 go fancy 14, Lancaster 6 Lockhart 50, Jonesville 0 a Conan of Columbia 20, Cardinal Newman 20 tie Thurmond 13, Allendale Fairfax 7 Lake View 43, Timmonsville 0 gamier 44, Dillon 6 Furman 14, Hemingway 6 Bishopville 8, May Wood 0 East Clarendon 62, it. Plea Sony 8 Bolton Honda path a Mccormick 0 Myrlle Beach 28, Andrews 0 Marion 40, Scott s Branch 6 Buford 24, fort Mill 18 Kingstree 18, Lake City 15 Southside Downs St. Johns 41-8 Clinton 21, Abbeville 6 Blacksburg do Clover 13 Benny Alsville Kershaw 7 North Augusia 35, Airport of Wisl Columbia 6 mrs to of Darlington 34, Chester Ticlad 6 Greenville High 10 Hanna Anderson i Wren 25, Liberty 0 Greenwood 14, Brookland Coyce 6 Palmetto Williamston 15, Laurens eau Claire 47, Columbia High 6 Nihon 27, Washington of Columbia 14 Woodruff 37, soul Side of Greenville 0 great Falls 24, Carlisle military 8 Ridge Spring _ Monetta 14, Jackson 6 Lexington 12, Saludo 6 Crescent 19, due West 4 Union 14, Rock Hill 7 Summerville 29, Ridge lond 8 Southside of Florence 41, Darlington 8 Chapin 54, North 8 Aynor 24, Williamsburg 0 Daniel of Clemson 27, Walhalla 0 Cross St. Stephen 7 Irmo 46, Hampton 7 by get gory Martin morning news sports editor Strong running by quarterback Rusty Richardson and. Fullback Willie Sellers sparked soul Side to three first half touchdowns and the reserves scored three More in the second half As the j Falcons rolled to an easy 41-8 Victory Over St. John s of Darington Friday nigh cd. The Falcons now have a 44 chord both Overall and in the Kaaa conference while St. Lohn s is still win less after five James. Reserve quarterback John Mckee tossed two 10 y a r cd Johnsonville tops Latta Johnsonville i with a fake punt from there on. Quarterback Bubba Coker Drill 26. Houston Manning dashed for third a. N Nice in Lonn Tom first Havn in fun Rah and de an 11 Yard pass to Glenn Meredith on fourth Down and then kicked the extra Point As the the first Down on and j nine and Latta then Johnsonville 38. Fourth and drove to Porter touchdowns Smith and passes to John scored once on a end James Williams played a the South siders scored their Good defensive game for to after a recovery d Falcons As did David Smith Fumble on the Blue Devil m. Both throw Blue Devil runners Richardson hit end Sam for losses several limes and Arazie with a pass to he 17 and Smith blocked the Falcons punt drove. 47 Yards sneak himself in the final two quarters. The South siders used the Flea Flicker three times for Long gains with Sellers on the receiving end of pitch backs from the passes from for their first touchdown the first time they got the Ball. Three plays moved the Hall to the 38. And Richardson circled left end. Straight armed a Tacker and went All the Way to the 18. Two carries by Ronnie Hurley moved it to the eight and two More plays made the five. Richardson again went around the left Side dodged i defender and scored with left in the first Quarter. Ends after Richardson. The big fullback also powered while three plays carried to the 13. The Falcon signal caller ii n hit the left Side to the one and then sneaked Over. Tie also scored the two Points to make it 22-0 at half Lime. A 27 Yard pass from Richardson in Sellers sol. Up the next touchdown but the reserves came in in score it. Mckee rolled out from the Iii and Lii Lohn Smith in trip end and Lark Miller booted the Tat to Suiku it. Soul Side drove .61 Yards for a fourth Quarter score a 15 again the reserves com Frog in to score and. Again the Mckee to Smith combination for a ill Yard out a lot Richardson of yardage was doing Ancey stepping to get Loose for pod gains. The Falcons moved 81 pass from to for a next time they the big. Gainers i was the Ball with Burley picking in 15 Yards and Richardson getting off two Long gains on fake passes and runs. A 22-Yard Flea Flicker from Richardson to Russell Parker to. Sellers scored the touchdown and Richardson ran Over the Pat to make it 14-0 with left in the half. Weevils upset Lake City 18-15 Kingstree a Tough the Pat attempt failed. In Stree defense kept the Lake City panthers in Check Friday night and allowed the offence to the Johnsonville flashes nipped j Manning broke Loose and the Latta red raiders 7-6 Fri he rest of the for Day night in a Battle of unbeaten teams. Both teams scored in these cond Quarter but the flashes the touchdown but the extra Point run was stopped cold. The flashes look the Kickoff and drove 73 Yards for the Conway tops Hartsville Hartsville Conway beat Hartsville Friday night after coming from behind in the first Quarter and rallying for five Lori scored just before the Point to a their the if when they picked up a ii a second to 4-01. Haua is now pass Renny Barnhill kept the was 36.6 Fumble. Moore then threw it Rodney Norris for 17 Yards and the raiders scored Fust aft i the extra Point making Good on a big Gamble t he flashes drive alive at the 40. Final score was 36-6. Made the first to Natch an 18-15 upset Victory in a 6-aaa conference clash Here Friday night. After a scoreless first period Bol Weevil Butler wins 36 12 ii a h t s v i l l k tigers Lake City came Back in the third period and took the Lead when tailback Dairy Ruthuen capped a 45-Yard drive with a three Yard run. Tommy Smiley kicked the Pat. The Bill Weevils struck again m i k Jenn a 63-Yard run by Philip Holmes and iced the game later in the fourth Quarter when Mike Mcclary intercepted a Shay j Rollins pass and went in from 30 i Yards out. F with 40 seconds left on the the j Dock Lake City scored on a nos of Butler High school pass from Rollins to Over the Laurinburg Smiley. Rollins then hit Ruthuen Institute of Laurinburg n. C. Jan the end zone with a pass for local pros endorse t if tons Back nine my rile Beach tops Andrews 28-0 pros from four local Golf courses converged at the Titan Golf course a Garate the Friday opening to in of nine Ting a Little rough. On the whole i d say Titan has a Fine Back Oakdale s a the half. Neither them t h r e seriously in the last quarters. Myrtle Beach j Johnsonville hosts so Castee m halfback Ron Tyler scored four j a conference game next week. I touchdowns Here Friday night in i leading the Myrtle Beach Thev faced a fourth and five of the game in when Coker s pass paid j after recovering a Fumble on the seven Yard line Steve Beasley ran from on the 11 off in a to with 37 seconds left n St Quarter i with a score Lof 36-12. Two Points but it was Loo late. The tigers took an Early Lead turning in a the game when in the first the Bol Weevil to. Mckee sneaked Over for lie final touchdown Wilh 27 Sacco kids left in the game. Southside travels to Marion for a conference clash with the swamp foxes next week. Is. John s 0. Ii n s Southside is Richardson 5 Yard run Hun fail is pitch Oul from Parker after pass. I r a m it Ich Art son 21 Yards Richardson runs Pat is Richardson i Yard run Richardson runs Pat is John Smith 111 Yard pass from John my acc Miller boots Pat s .1 17 Yard pass for touchdown run for Pat is Smith i Yard pass from Mckee Hun fail is Mckee i Yard run run fail completed i the Panther never Yard line Gairie. Pro Anthony Wasi new holes and the general Opi i particular complimentary of Nion of All after coming off the the pin placements saying the sea Hawks to a 28-0 football Victory Over wingless Andrews High i school. It was greens is that Titan promises to j greens Are in Good shaping con j9 now 0-5. Be one of toughest courses in the sideling area. Pros Jim Westbrook of Florence country club Robby of the Darlington country club Jack Oulla from the Dusty Hills country club i Marion and Oakdale s Eddie Anthony met to try out the new the newness of course. They have some the tight fairways and the Myrtle Beach s first 7-aaa game and the squad a 3-2 Overall Good i m holes. The trial run by the pros proceeds titans second annual Schlitz invitational Golf Tournai Anent in which Over 100 golfers will participate. The tourney is scheduled for saturday and Sun Westbrook seemed to by doing r Well on the course and com merited the course is Tricky. Especially impressed by the pin titans Golf pro j i m Robertson had his pro father Over Robby Robertson and the Darlington pro was All praises. The greens Are looking real he said. But at the same time they re real Tricky because of the Breaks and swells that have been built in. 1 think this course is going to be As Tough As anything around. Oulla also thought the greens were Tricky but thought hat the course should be Good with time. He pointed out one thing about the greens Are already shaping Titan if you lose a Hall in the up but right now they Are put rough you May not find Tyler a speedy 170-Pound senior scampered 25 Yards in the first Quarter for the game s first touchdown. Tom Faircloth followed with a two Point con version pass to Craig Chapman to give the sea Hawks an 8-0 Lead which they held until the third Quarter. In the third Quarter Tyler racked up two More touchdowns the first on a one Yard dive off guard and the second on a 29 Yard pass play from quarterback Faircloth. T o m Burrell kicked both extra Points. Tyler blasted his Way to pay dirt again in the final Quarter this time going eight Yards on an end sweep. A two Point play failed. Darlington Mayo Darlington with Brodus Gregg scoring four touchdowns Defeated Chesterfield Here Fri Day night 34-6. Gregg scored three times in the first half twice in the first Quarter to get the Mayo machine Rock re. The first touchdown came when Gregg returned a Chesterfield punt 85 Yards for a touchdown. The conversion was missed. Gregg then ran 41 Yards later in the period for the second Mayo score. Ronald Travis pulled in a pass for the iwo Point conversion and a 14-0 Mayo Lead. In the second Gregg went 28 Yards for another touchdown and Travis pulled in another Quarter halfback Arthur Coe two Yards out for a to. The sex i scored from the three Yard line a t e n e tra Point try was blocked. Extra Point was Complete-1 is first Fumble the fullback Foster Smith. Of inside the Conway 30 i also scoring late in the first forthe rest of the j Quarter. Butler scored on a five Yard end around run by Harold Coc. The Pat was completed once again by fullback Smith. At the end of the first Quarter Butler Lead the Laurinburg Tea by a score of 1fi-0. In the Early moments of the j second Quarter Butler scored on i a five Yard run by fullback of i pass to make it 22-0 at the half j Smith. The Point afterwards fail Miami tops Maryland Miami. Fla. A Fum bling Miami alternated three quarterbacks to shoot Down win less Maryland 18-11, Friday night in the coaching debut of Good game for 154-year-old Walt i Kichefski. Defense were the hurricanes overcame five Barry Dorrell James fumbles while Maryland Lloyd James and hike Mcclary suffered three fumbles and the latter who picked off two three interceptions before 30.190 in the Orange bowl. Latter who picked passes. Gregg scores four to Lead Mayo 34-6 Roosevelt. Flinn went six Yards for a Mayo touchdown in fourth Quarter after the third had passed with no score. Gregg then went 21 Yards on a running play for the final Mayo score. With about four minutes left in the Egami Wright pulled in a pass for Chesterfield on a 10 Yard play for the Only Chesterfield score. The con version attempt failed. In his big night Gregg carried the Ball 14 times for Mayo and piled up 272 Yards. The win gives Mayo a 3-1 con Ference record and a 3-2 Overall record. Mayo s next game is Friday night Here against Timmonsville. De. Laurinburg score in the Marion behind the a drive with a iwo Yard Ning of fullback Mike Lewis the lend around run by Wallace. The Marion swamp foxes improved Pat attempt failed their Al aaa night made its first ballgame in the Yard pass from quarterback Marvin Monroe to Tommy Haywond. The Pat failed. Midway in the third Quarter halfback Coe of Butler again scored on a one Yard run. The Pat was completed by fullback Smith. Also in the third Quarter Laurinburg scored on a five Yard run by halfback Robert Morton. The Pat ailed. The tigers made the final score of the game when Laic in the period Leroy Benjamin scored on a three Yard run. The Pat failed. Tim final score Ruller 3fi and Laurinburg 12. Dodgers ran 65 Yards to pay Dirl. Swamp foxes trounce Scotts Branch 40-6 with a Scotts Branch eagles. Standing Friday j two Long passes gave the 40-6 rout of Branch team their Only score of the night. Quarterback Only one of the swamp foxes touchdowns came o n a play the ethers capping pass Liagin passed to end Dubose for 41 Yards and on the next play he passed 36 Yarls for the score. Drives by the steadily moving j _ Marion picked up an offence. The Marion Learned up night. Lewis 342 total Yards for the dil ional Quarter score when Dean Lambert climaxed a drive. The final scored the first score came on a one Yard piling touchdown of the game on a Lilby Mike herring Yard run and followed it later the 3-1-1 with a 25-Yard touchdown run. The first Pat failed but these cond a pass from quarterback Randy Lambert to William Lett was Good for two Points. Alternate quarterback Handy Wallace scored the next Marion touchdown on a six Yard run after the. Defense lacked the Englc punter on the 25 Yard line in the second Quarter Marion meet Southside Iii another 6-aaa clash. Rates on Auto insurance Day or nil 662-6202 w. J. Willard Agency

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