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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Florence, South Carolina10 Satu wet to in year tact Isar Nfn. Items jackets Shade Conway Jo-6 for 5th straight Victory Grace scores touchdown by Steve Robertson morning news sports writer. Conway the Mccule Natian yellow jackets proved to Many doubters last night that they Are going to be a contender for the state title this year As they added their fifth Victory to their string this time against ninth ranked Conway in a 10-6 5aaaa conference upset Victory. The Victory kept the yellow jackets into a first place tie with Sumter As they picked up Mieir fourth conference win and made their Overall slate 5-1. The highly ranked tigers supposedly the strongest squad Conway has fielded in recent years failed to mount any kind of attack against Mcclenaghan s score proof defense getting their Only touchdown on a blocked kick which wag recovered by a Tiger lineman in the third Quarter. The foxy tactics of yellow jacket quarterback Terry Granthan added to the magnificent running of halfback Dary Corbin and Sophomore Brian Summerford kept the Ball in yellow jacket Possession the majority of the game. All purpose player Charlie Grace came through again for the jackets this time As he caught a 35-Yard touchdown pass from Grantham late in the first Quarter. Buster Taylor put the finish ing touches on with the extra Point kick making the score 7-0. Staff photo by Sonny Smith Mcclenaghan s Terry Grantham 9 returns pass interception intended Conway receiver of my Jackson 82 misses tackle Southside s Iuie Sellers plunges for yardage As John Smith 22, comes up Bueky Johnson 21, George Vereen 22 and Danny Favrou 72, makes the Stop for the Hawks Quarter touchdown ets win for Southside Gregory Martin. Ning news sports editor the Southside Falcons drove 35 Yards for a fourth Quarter touchdown and a holding penalty killed a late Myrtle Beach Threa As the Falcons edged the sea Hawks 16-12 in a close cores Lone scr 30, Sporton Burg 12 Gaffney 32, Dormon 0 Byrne 7, Union 0 Clover 6, Chapman 3 Woodruff 48, Eastside 0 South Carolina school for def 21, Hickory tavern 8. Spartanburg Day school 39, Pherson 6 Andrew Jackson 37, Rowland n. C. B Lake View 37, East Clarendon 8 Buford 48, Mcbee 0 Bluffton 13. Bowman 12 Poge lond 4f, Chesterfield is Abbeville 13, Laurens 6 Estill 20, St. Georic 6 Wren 35, Crescent n Dillon 23, Hill Rusl 1 Mcclen Cihon 10, Convoy f Beaufort 19, is. Andrews 0 Marion 20, a Bel ton Honda path 19, West Side Anderson 7 Pickens 23, Pendleton 8 Palmetto 13, Clinton 0 Johnsonville 3, Aynor u Summerville 43, Goose cd cock 0 soc Oslee 26. Hemingway 0 Lamar 26, Wallace 0 Greenwood 24, n. Augusta 0 Mccormick 22, Wood int 0 Allendale Fairfax 14, Wynn Linro 6 Cainhoy 27, a Lakocy 6 James Liland 27, Walterboro 16 Porier Goud 38, Chiron 6 Moultrie 63, country Day 0 North 23, Holly Hill 7 York 26, South Side Grcar Villel 0 Southside Florence 16, Myrtle Beach 12 Irmo 29, Saudo 7 Thurmond 35, Hampton 7 Graniteville 36, Ridge Spring Monetta 0 Swansea 26, Chopin .14 Dreher Columbia 28, Wilkinson Orangeburg ninety six 20, Westminster 12 Lockhart 33, Indian land 0 Blacksburg 27, Blue Ridge 8 boiling Springs 20, Pacolet 0 Thornwell 12, Jonesville 6 Macedonia 26, Roberts 14 Winyah 13, Garret it Cross 62, Williamsburg training 0 St. Johns Darlington 14, Kingstree 6 Bowman 13, Bluffton 12 Southside Florence 16, Myrtle Beach 12 Bishop Enmond 54, Bonds Vila on 0 lower Richlond 12, Orangeburg 0 Hannah Pamplico 20, h. Myrtle be cd 18 Mullins 38, Horts Villo 7 bomber cd Ehrhardt 14, St. Matthews 8 stall 13, n. Charleston 0 12, St. Stephen 3 Homecoming Battle Friday night line of scrimmage and the at memorial stadium. Southside now has a 5-2 season record while the sea Hawks Are 4-3 for the Campaign. Coach bars Wilson s Falcons loss the Ball on fumbles three limes in the first Quarter and Myrtle Beach miscues into touchdowns. Halfback Ron Over for both turned the two Early Tyler plunged Myrtle Beach scores from the four Yard line. His second came with six seconds left in the first Quarter. Sam Arazie took the following Kickoff and streaked through the Center of he converging sea Law defenders into the Clear and dashed 80 Yards for a ouch Down. Quark Vrbac k k u Siy Richardson sneaked in for the joints after but the Tough sea Falcon end Side stepped a defender to go Down to the five. Two plays carried to the two and Richardson plunged in for the winning touchdown with left in the game. He passed to Parker for the extra Points and a 16-12 Lead the Kickoff went into the Myrtle Beach end zone and three plays gained Only nine Yards. The Hawks had to Gamble and Tyler found a Hole and broke in to the Clear. He was caught from behind on the Southside 35. Sellers came up with a big defensive play on second and eight As he dropped lie runner for a four Yard loss on flip 37, Tommy Faircloth hit Tyler with a pass Down to the 20 but a holding penalty put the Ball Way Back on the 50 and two plays eight plays later and a tremendous 18 Yard carry by Grantham around the right end the tigers finally dug in on third Down forcing the yellow jackets to Settle for a 19-Yard Field goal by Taylor with a Little Over eight i minutes left in the first half. Tiger play caller Lindsey Hillbourn got his team off to a fat Start on the next series of Downs As they drove 65 Yards on seven plays before Grantham made a big pass interception and scampered Back up Field to the Mcclenaghan 35. Summerford began driving Falcon 27. Halfback Craig Chapman hit Hawk defense held the Falcons Only 20 is mail Early in the fourth Quarter Over and ran when they took Over on their own 15 Yard line. Willie Sellers who was the work horse of the Falcon Runn no attack All night picked up cards on a Fine second Effort after Alan Lla dec had gained Ive. Out the clock. The Falcons struck mostly to the ground on the Crisp Cool Homecoming night As Sellers pounded out a lot of yardage to Lead the attack. Myrtle Beach was also mostly a running team with Tyler getting the big gains. The i Iii the Falcons gained a 21 j senior halfback squirmed As of Richrdson tossed a through holes in the Falcon and Hort pass to Lla dec who raced broke o Hie 50. Southside then moved steadily Down Field to the 22 whore Wilson s buys faced a third and i four situation. Richardson then hit Russell Parker just Over the Hie left Side for 12 Yards to the nine for the big gainer and Tyler went Over from the fourth with left in the first Quarter. The extra Point pass was intercepted. Myrtle Beach s Ted Watts Pic ked a Falcon Fumble out of the air n the Kickoff return and ran 10 Yards to the 18. Four plays gained Only four Yards and the Falcons took Over but promptly fumbled the Ball Back on the 15 Tyler circled left end for 11 Yards and then dived in for the to with six seconds left in the first period. The Falcons play at King Sopfe in a big conference game next Friday. Myrtle Beach 12 ii 0 0-12 Southside 800 8-16 my 8 Ron Tyner 4 Yard run pass fail my Ron Tyner 4 Yard run fail is Sam Arazie 80 Yard kick off return Willie Sellers rung Pat is i Musyt Richardson 2 Yard in Richardson pass to Good gains time and again. The sea Hawks scored their first touchdown after recovering fumbled pitch out on the up the Middle and the jackets got to Midfield before time ran out. Star Conway halfback James Hershberger who coach buddy Sasser described earlier this year As one of the Best backs in the state had a miserable night As the yellow jackets kept him Down to a minimum of yardage often stopping him in crucial plays for no gain. Costly mistakes took their toll on the Conway cause. Is John s tops Kingstree 14-6 Johnsonville wins 3-0 i Johnsonville after a Darlington St. John s i game during the second Quarter j scoreless three Quarter 7aa nine High of Darlington cashed in on to take a 6-0 Lead on a fourth Quarter Fumble Here Yard run by quarterback Welch. Friday night to win its second game of the a Cason by 14-6 Over Kingstree s Boll Weevils. Conference bout the Johnsonville Here Between High flashes the extra paints attempt play land the Aynor High Blue failed on a run. Jacket priday night. In the third Quarter the pass j j o h n s o Neville s quarterback the loss knocks Kingstree out ing of Drawdy sharpened. Bubba Coker booted a 27-Yard of a three Way tie for the Gaza Drawdy hit end Hal Baldwin Field goal Midway through the with a six yarder for the Blue j last Quarter of the game to give conference Load. Quarterback is i Drawdy and halfback Johnny Bonnoitt teamed up on a 20-Yard pass play with remaining in the game for the winning touchdown after tackle Wilson Johnson had recovered a Fumble. Devils first touchdown t o i Johnsonville a 3-0 win Over deadlock the game. An attempt Aynor. To take the Lead failed on a run after the to. The win boosted Johnsonville s Overall record to 6-0-1 and their Johnson led by guard Johnson made the recovery on and tackle Tim Craft held tight i the Darlington 45 and nine plays of later Drawdy hit bin Noil on a fourth Down and eight Yards to for the remainder of the game. It was Darlington s second conference 6aaa. Win against four losses five defeats Overall. O situation for the to. The Blue devils however had Kingstree now has a 5-2 record. To wave off a Kingstree threat late in the game to keep the win Weevils had More Rushing 175-146. Intact. Bobby Beckham a defensive halfback intercepted a pass on the Darlington 30 to end a final Kingstree threat and ice the game with a minute left. Kingstree scored first in the ing Queen. David them t0 remain the baud team in pee Dee area so far. Ciker s Field goal was the first in the football history o f Johnsonville High. The total offensive Rushkin for Darlington had 13 first Downs Johnson me was 218 Yards with to Kingstree s nine but the Boll u first Downs and around 100 a Nair Ilc Munro v q n c a Yards it was Homecoming night for the Blue halftime devils Mary Yards of return. The flashes to added by Bob Rankin also got inside the Aynor 25-Yard line senior was crowned Home com keys 76ers to 127-119 Victory Philadelphia a Quarter and led 70-58 at half j the Philadelphia rolled to its second time. The 76ers, after leading to Early in the third period the of the National Basket by 16 Points at 100-84, saw next contest Ronic in Varrico he Firpi. A. i wv.6k 101 Meir Mai urn at. Also. During six times Delorne a j Aynor gained 81 Yards in total offensive Rushing and picked up three. First Downs. The Blue jackets crossed tre Johnsonville 30-Yard line once. A y n o r s Overall record is now 4-3 and their conference record this year is 1-3. This was their second straight loss. Are scheduled to Lonnie Chestnut fumbled after going Twenty Yards up the into the secondary for Russell Parker for Pat Tampa tops Miami 31-14 Miami a former Ala -12 ill Crest Dillon was James Washingto with the who picked up 186 Yards in 17 Jones Tutwiler Lead pro am Cincinnati grief Jones birdied three of the last five holes and teamed with de Tutwiler for a 69 and a one stroke second round Lead in the . Pro am Golf championship As scores soared Friday. Jones a Long driving pro from Wichita kan., and Tutwiler of Indianapolis carded nines of 35 and 34 Over the Hilly a Keewah country club course for a two Day total of under Par. Frank Beard top Money win Ner on the pro circuit last year and his half brother of Louisville ky., fired a Throe under Par 08 for a 133 total and second place in the 54-Hole Best Ball tournament. Bama Strong boy Sammy in Tnp first Oil arts Slett a vicious Lampa Schref on pass of Csc h Day Mulh and inc from Catl ,0 College pow Rouso struck Dott a lard the tic Over matched Miami hum. Canes 31-14. Coached by former Star Miami quarterback fran curd the unbeaten spartans won thei fifth game in what the Young Tampa coach called our big opened the Gates fumbling a it was Geil Orstedt who be came disgruntled with the Crim son tide and transferred Ana he Tampa defense that mad it so easy. Miami safely Tony Sta wan opened the gales fumbling f hint at the Hurricane h5. Mark Wakefield recovered and on uie next play tic freshman wide was bumped in the end we to put the Ball at be one. Leon Mcquay cracked Over or a 7-0 Lead. Wayne Jones slaked firm Laim to Tampa s superiority with a twisting Fis Yard punt re urn that made it ill late in the St Quarter. Hillcrest Wildcat s tangled Hillcrest wildcats Friday in a 5-aaaa conference game j the Hillcrest Beadle and won out 28-12. J quarterback threw 39 times ii got things game. Nino were compleat 1 and five were picked off by Dillon roared Back in the second Quarter As e d w i n Stephens bulled Over from flip one and Vic Traywick kicked the extra Point. They picked up another score when James Washington ran 51 Yards for a touchdown. The Dillon wildcats slipped one More score in with inc second left in the half on a 39 Yard pass play from Micky Meckins to Earl going. The two Point conversion was Good. Hillcrest picked up its final score of the Naglit in the second half when Henry Marshall took a nine Yard pass from headly in or the score. Dillon struck again with 3.1 seconds left in the game As Stephens completed a 33-Yard pass o John Hankins and Traywick booted the extra joint. Leading ground gainer for penetration nets Victory a Victory by penetration for the Cheraw High braves proved to be the name o the game after playing four scoreless conference game quarters against the Bennetts Villa High Green gremlins Here Friday night with a final score of 0-0. After the regular four quarters of the game the gremlins won the toss to receive Ball. On the second Down in the penetration attempt Bennettsville fumbled a n c Douglas Ingram of Cheraw recovered the tall on inc 20-Yard line signalling the end of the game. Cheraw s Overall record is now 5-2 and their conference record is 3-1. is 3-2 in their conference record. Ball control. The tigers got a big break with left in the third when Center Tommy Brittain broke through on a punt situation blocked the punt and fell on it in the end zone to score. But the tigers just could t compete with Mcclenaghan s defense As time after time they were forced to punt. During the entire second half the yellow jackets gave up Only one first Down while Grantham and party picked up four. With four minutes left in the game Grantham set out to run out the Dock and succeeded As tigers drove association season Friday rockets score the last six Points r n defeating the san d i e g o of the third period which ended rockets 127-119 behind a 28- with Philadelphia ahead 100-90. Middle giving Possession Over to int performance by Veteran after san Diego sparked by the yellow jackets. However Mcclenaghan never did get in scoring Range again during the remainder of the game being mostly Content with romps guard Archie Clark. Rookie Calvin Murphy Cut the san Diego sparked by eldonj76ers Lead to six Points three Hayes who led the game score j times the 76ers rallied for eight with 34 Points stayed with the j straight Points and a 76ers throughout the first period burgle with left which ended with the winners in game. 114-100 Lake View Lake View s in the Gator s continued their winning ways in 6-aa conference football front 33-27. The wingless rockets who the 76ers then opened up a 16-j have now dropped three games Point Lead twice in the second Mullins Summe Fortl and the drive alive. Drove within goal line Corbin kept Summerford the the 8 Yards of 55 left in game but Grantham elected to run out the clock. The yellow jackets meet Hillcrest next week in their fifth 7 3 0 0-10 Al i 6 0 6 conference match. Mcclenaghan Jonway throws 35 Yard touchdown pass to Grace Pat by Taylor Good my Taylor kicks 19-Yard Field goal con Brittain Block punt and Falls on it in end zone for score. Pat no Good pedal cars Ottawa apr. Paul Dudley White eminent Ameri can cardiologist said a three or four wheeled pedal powered car s the vehicle of the future. It would run on electricity produced by peddling occupants. Gun Roundup Singapore a re tracking Down pen size Pis ols believed smuggled from Phillip Ines. Which fire Pill never got closer than eight Points the rest of the game. Bailey Howell and Bill Cunningham had 19 Points apiece for the 76ers and Wally Jones is. Murphy was runner up to Hayes for san Diego with 17 j Points. Foxes i Hartsville the Mullins auctioneers rolled Over the red foxes of Hartsville by a score of 33-7. The first half of the ballgame was a Battle of defense play by both first teams. However Quarter the red in the Bayers slated for surgery Chicago superstar halfback Gale Sayers of the Chi Cago bears undergo sur made their Only score when Gregg Reaves managed to sneak Over the goal line on a 3 Yard run. In the second half the auctioneers put on a display of Power making their first score of the game when Jim Branson scored on a 3 Yard run. Charles Elvington followed by completing the 2 Point conversion. In the same Quarter Ernie Godbolt scored in a 1 Yard run with the Pat. Being scored by Randy Hinson. The next score followed Only seconds later when Charles Elvington intercepted a Hartsville pass and ran 37 Yards for a to. The Pat was Good by Bubba Gery on his injured left knee wednesday and will miss Friday night As they rolled Over the East Clarendon wolverines 37-0. The win gives Lake View a 4 0 conference record. Gators began the scoring in the first Quarter when James Abraham went off tackle for eight Yards and the score. The kick was Good. Later in the first period a 30 Yard Gregg Huggins to Eddie Reaves gave them six Points More. I in the second period Howard Leonard ran an off tackle play is Yards for the score and a in the first Quarter when James Abraham and a two Point con version gave them a 28-0 Lead. Second half action say Larry Bithea score on a five Yard Pas play he picked up two More the remainder of the National i Points with the same play on a football league season. Snyers who last season ral lied from 1968 surgery on his Rigort knee had a consultation Friday with an orthopaedic specialist in Oklahoma City who con firmed the need for surgery. At the the same time the bears announced Sayers was placed on Reserve As injured and would miss the club s remaining 10 nil games. The bears 2-2 meet the san Diego charges 0-3-1 Here sunday. Running conversion. The final Lake View score came on a safety As the gators recovered a bad hike from the Wolverine Center in the end i zone. East Clarendon s Only score came in the fourth Quarter when Mack Reardon went in from 10 Yards out on a Quick pitch play. The wolverines also completed a pass for the two Point con Hodges. In the final auctioneers Quarter scored touchdowns. The first was made on a 74 Yard run by Harry Davis with Bubba Hodges making Good the conversion afterwards. Try final score of the game came when Jim Brunson of Mullins intercepted a Hartsville pass and ran for 34 Yards for inc bullets a distance of 15 . The Pat failed Pabst Blue ribbon presents Detroit Cleveland Dallas Minnesota sun., oct. 18 p. 13 a Bow Southern distributing co., inc. E. 668-5646

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