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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Curtis mom Moi a Bison had the Ball. Reynolds took Over 35 Yards away from a touchdown and a 13-Yard pass from Roby Robertson to end James Cummingham set up the score. C. D. Osborne carried it in from the two. The Bison received and Curtis took the Ball at the seven and headed straight up the Field. Then he Cut right and was open simply outrunning the last three defensive men who tried to Stop him. Lewis kicked the extra Point and the score was tied 7-7 with 1 56 remaining in the first period Ben Pitts 38-Yard touchdown run and Steve nails scoring play from eight Yards out however gave Reynolds a comfortable 20-7 halftime Lead. Early in the third period a Winston Salem punt for 52 Yards which rolled dead on the Bison four left the Reynolds defense in pretty Good Field position. Lewis went Back on the second play like perhaps he was going to pass. It was behind the goal line that Mike Griffin nailed him for a safety. In the fourth period Reynolds scored with ease Nail scored his second and third touchdowns of the night. He opened the fourth period with a six Yard to run up the Middle and scored the closing touchdown on a brillant 48-Yard run. In Between Anthony Coleman picked up a Lewis Fumble and ran it Over from 25 Yards out. It just was t a Good night for the Bison plus Reynolds seemingly has the ability to take control on most Gridiron this fall. Simeon stadium was no from Page 8a Quarter after a scoreless first period. The dragons marched 70 Yards in la plays for their first touchdown utilizing pitch outs around both ends effectively. Wegwart scored from seven Yards out but Randleman stopped Barry Shoaff a extra Point run. The second West touchdown Drew a protest from Gregory. The dragons moved Down to the Randleman two but with time ticking away had no time outs remaining. Halfback Zeb Little carried the Ball to the one and went Down injured on the play. Time was called with 00 2 showing and West got one More play in Shoat scoring Over right tackle As time expired. Parks then hit Charles Byerly for the two Point conversion and a 14-0 Lead. To say that was one of the worst Calls i d Ever seen Quot said Gregory a a the referee should have started the clock As soon As the player was taken off the Field but he did no to. They would t have had time for another play. They weren t even lined the second half Kickoff seemed to give the dragons a perfect Opportunity to take a three touchdown Edge. The kick went Over the head of the Randleman receiver but stopped dead at the Tiger one and was covered by several West players. A personal foul penalty called the play Back however b. Allison paces qualifiers Charlotte no. Apr Bobby Allison led 25 first round qualifiers Friday to capture the pole position for today a world life service 300 Auto race for late Model sportsman cars. Allison who won the inaugural event last year wheeled his Monte Carlo around the 1.5-mile Charlotte Speedway at a Speed of 154.250 Miles per hour former grand National Rookie of the year Bill Dennis won the other front Row spot with a Speed of 153 209 mph in a Mercury. Rounding out the top five qualifiers were l. D. Ottinger at 152.745 Sonny Hutchins at 152.375 and Jack Ingram at 152 018. Ingram the current sportsman Point Leader is seeking his third straight National championship. Fifteen More starting slots were to be filled today for the 40-car Field. Among those to make the race were Darrell Waltrip Bobby Isaac Tommy Houston Norm Lelliot Butch Lindley and Joe Ili Lukawi High Point Enterprise saturday october 5, 1974 a Hester Lowery rip Albemarle defense Tim Shelton 36 goes for yardage against Reynolds defense it was one of the few runs for extra yardage the Bison managed staff photo by Art Richardton Albemarle evidently word of the talents of Thomasville tailback Richard Burton had reached Albemarle Friday night. The Home team defenders were All ready to pounce on Burton and did effectively negate his running holding him to just 30 Yards on nine carries. But in the process Albemarle overlooked two other Thomasville runners a Odess Lowery and Mark Hester. It was a mistake the bulldogs Aren t Likely to forget quickly. Lowery led Thomasville rushers with 88 Yards while Hester ran for 60 and scored 32 Points As the visiting bulldogs crushed the Home team 44-6. The outcome was never in doubt As Thomasville erupted for 30 Points in the first half and went to the second unit through most of the second half As coach Allen Brown tried to keep the score Down. A we Are very pleased had fitted Allen Brown. A i thought Bill Mills did a Good Job calling plays. He called the whole game and it really helped us. It lets him do some of the things he wants to do inside the things i want to do. This could really help us later in the Mills finished with 71 Yards passing and 32 Yards Rushing to Lead Thomasville in total offence. Brown was also Happy with the effect the big win would have on the Thomasville season. A the team will be More positive in practice a he offered. A it should really help us going into the game so that we can get Down and get some work done this interceptions by Henry Cox and stanly Robertson helped set up two Early Thomasville score. On Albemarle a opening series Cox intercepted and returned the Ball to the Home team 32 to pave the Way for Hester a first touchdown run. After the bulldogs had put together a 40-Yard drive capped by another Hester score Robertson intercepted on the Thomasville three to Stop an Albemarle drive. The visitors then marched 98 Yards to the end zone with Robert Knox scoring on an 18-Yard pass from Mills. Thomasville put together one More second Quarter drive this one of 57 Yards to boost its margin to 30-0, and put the game Well out of reach. The win boosts Thomasville record to 2-1 in the South Piedmont and 4-1 Overall As the bulldogs remained in a tie for second place with Salisbury. Scoring summaries Thoma Vilt 14 is i i�?44 Albemarle 0 00�?4 to Hatter 4 run he for run to Hester 2 run run ailed to Mills la pass to kno Burton run to Hester i run Mills pass to Bratttn to Hester 2 run Lowery run a Rushing 2 run kick tailed to Hester 2 run run tailed Salisbury Rolls Over raiders from Page a raiders. That gave the rams a first Down at the six and three plays later Price was on target to Morton in the end zone. Following Reidsville a score Andrews took the Kickoff and went 85 Yards in 14 plays for the go ahead touchdown Brown covering the last 25 on a Quick pitch around the left Side with 3 28 left in the half. Robinson s pass interception on the Raider two gave Andrews poor Field position but after Williams had cracked for three Yards Brown provided the game s biggest thrill when he stampeded around the left Side Cut Back against the flow Shook off several would be tacklers and streaked 95 Yards with 7 20 left in the third period. A Steve Campbell Fumble recovery stopped another ram threat at the Raider 16 and one Possession later Andrews was rolling again. After a fourth and 13 pass attempt failed the raiders took Over at their own 30 and went 70 Yards in nine plays scoring with 2 34 left in the contest. Brown went the final nine Yards slanting across the Field toward the Corner of the end zone. Williams Laid Down the key Block. The Victory made it a successful Homecoming for Morris who coached the rams for seven years before taking Over at Andrews Quot you try to keep the thoughts in the Back of your mind a he grinned Quot but naturally it makes it that much sweeter. I be got a lot of Good friends in Reidsville and i m glad we could play Well Quot Ragsdale from Page i a and defense. Westerns Musser scored with 9 10 left in the game on a three Yard run. The drive was boosted by a 28-Yard screen pass from Casque to Ronnie Walker. The play carried to the 25 of Ragsdale. The warriors final score came with i 05 left in the game. Jeff Gilliam had the scoring honors on a four Yard run Adams had 108 Yards on four carries in the game Friday ended up with Only la Yards on three carries. The tigers had 324 Yards Rushing and 108 Yards in the air compared to 153 Yards on the ground for Western and 142 Yards passing. Korbut to Botton Boston a Little Olga Korbut the russian gymnastics Darling of the 1972 olympic games is coming to Boston. Miss Korbut who thrilled viewers throughout the world via television in the olympics is scheduled to appear with the russian gymnastics team in performances nov. 17 and 18 at Boston Garden As part of a National it Cut Memphis a Hon Franz a 6-foot-7 Forward who played six years in the american basketball association has been Cut by the Memphis sounds the team announced Friday might. East cuts out errors spartans Trinity by Vicki White Enterprise sports writer Lexington tables were turned in More ways than one in Friday s game Between Central Davidson and East Davidson. East has been making mistakes and giving up Early in games and Central has been Able to take advantage of its opponent s mistakes. Friday night East was Able to get going Early and then keep going Strong. Central lost momentum Early made mistakes and kept making them. And East was Able to take advantage of these mistakes. The eagles took advantage to the tune of 35-0, East coach Howard Hayes was surrounded by Happy fans after the game. A a we re pleased with the team Effort exerted tonight Quot Hayes beamed. This is the greatest group of boys i be Ever seen. They really pull Central coach John Doby was t quite so pleased. Ledford remains unbeaten Ledford the panthers of Ledford remain unbeaten after fridays meeting with the indians of Southern Guilford. Ledford came from behind 9-8 and scored on a 27-Yard pass with 1 03 remaining in the game in the Central Carolinas conference. This late score pushed Ledford Over Southern 12-9. A blocked punt by Indian David Armfield resulted in a safety for Southern late in the second Quarter giving the indians a 2-0 Lead at the half. Ledford capped a 60-Yard drive Early in the Quarter with a three Yard plunge by Kelly Clinard Clinard gained 20 Yards in the drive and teammate Mark Clodfelter picked up 17. The Points after were picked up on a pass from David c. Smith to Neil Gwynn. Ledford s last minute score came on a pass from David c. Smith to c. David Smith the score was set up by an interception on Ledford s 45 by Randy Embler. Southern a touchdown came Early in the fourth on a two Yard run by Joey Hackett. Ledford is now 2-0-1 in the acc and Southern is 13. Scoring summaries s. Guilford 0 2 0 2 t Leoford 0 0 i 4-14 s c armied safety l Climard j run Gwynn pail rom Smith $ q a Nae Haft j run fait hic la Smith i pan from Smith pan tailed Williams signs St. Louis a Veteran guard Milt Williams has signed with the spirits of St. Louis the american basketball association team announced Friday. The 6-foot-2 Williams played parts of three seasons with the new York kicks Atlanta Hawks and Seattle supersonics in the National basketball association. He is expected to join the spirits sunday for an exhibition game with the Memphis sounds in Hannibal to a we donated the game in the first half really in the first Quarter Quot Doby commented a we had several opportunities to score but we just kept turning the Ball Back Over to Central began their evening of errors on the first play of the game and continued in the same manner from there. East had kicked off to the spartans but Central fumbled away the Ball on the second play. On their next Possession Central covered 86 Yards in 13 plays and had the Ball on East s two Yard line when they fumbled again. A that Fumble so near the goal line turned things around for us Quot Doby said. A it could have done so much for us if wed scored before East did so Early in the game too. A we just seemed to give up after we lost the Ball there Quot Doby continued. A then when East scored that gave them More of an advantage. They were needing a win now and they picked up Confidence when they moved ahead of us. Quot we helped them even More though by giving up the Way we did. That was More of a Factor than anything a he concluded a Central got some bad Breaks tonight Quot Hayes admitted. A a we be been getting Breaks like that but tonight our team Effort was the thing we needed to turn things our the two teams were Able to hold each other Back until late in the second Quarter. East had covered 72 Yards mostly through the air in six plays. On the seventh play quarterback Tim Wray connected on a 14-Yard pass to Kyle Hayes for the first score. The extra Points were picked up on a pass from Wray to Avery Cutshaw. This score came with Only 18 seconds left in the half. East did no to allow As much time to slip by before scoring in the second half. The eagles were Back on the Board in less than three minutes. This score was on the first play of the Quarter. Robert Alexander returned the Kickoff 67 Yards to put the eagles on the spartan 18. Wray and John Thomas picked up Short yardage and Wray also connected to Cutshaw for another 12. A six Yard pass to Hayes capped the drive and then Alexander added two Points on the conversion run. Two plays later East was again on the Board this time with a 13-Yard pass from Wray to Cutshaw. Central had been unable to convert a fourth Down play just prior to this score. Twice during the game the spartans turned the Ball Over to the eagles after punts. The first was in the first Quarter because of a personal foul and the second came in the third Quarter because of an illegal Block. Thomas was Able to Cap the 40-Yard drive set up by this penalty against Central. He ran in from the two after he and Alexander had picked up Short ground yardage and Wray had hit Cutshaw for 26 More Yards. Scott Lambe replaced Wray in the fourth Quarter and Chuck Lee was brought in at halfback. Lee picked up 41 Yards Rushing in this drive the last five for the last touchdown. Mark Workman Allen Jay gets win Over so Randolph nothing s better than a big win following a close loss and that a exactly what Allen Jay got Friday night. The Jaybird dropped a close Central Carolina conference decision to Central Davidson last week but rebounded to smash league Doormat Southwest Randolph 29-6. It was the sixth straight loss of the season for the cougars while Allen Jay raised its record to 2-2-2-. The Jaybird scored twice in the first Quarter on touchdown runs by Mark Cox of 55 and one Yards then added a Mike Skeen Field goal in the second period for a 16-0 halftime Edge. The Jaybird put the game out of reach with a touchdown in each of the final quarters. Mike Feree and Jeff Kirkman picked up the scoring credit each running one Yard for a touchdown. Defensively Allen Jay stopped Southwest cold until the final Quarter when the game was already decided. Steve Castelloe scored for Southwest on a two Yard pass from Waddell Harris. The Jaybird try to make it two in a Row next week when they travel to East Davidson. Southwest will Host Randleman. Southwest. 9 0 0 4�? Allen Jay. U i 2 4-24 a j Cox is run Mill kick a a Cox i run kick foiled a j Skeen 32 Field goal a a ferret i run Skean kick a a Kirkman i run kick tailed so Cai Teltoe 2 Paw from harm kick tailed added the extra Point to bring the final score to 35-0. A a it a hard to say How this game will affect us a Doby reflected. Quot we could go either Way at this Point. Well be trying Central should t be counted out of it a Hayes said. A they have a Good team. We do too and maybe we can keep pulling together like we did tonight. I Hope so. I m really proud of scoring summaries e. Dave Don 0 i 20 2�?35 c. Davidson of 0 0�?0 e. Davidson a Wray 13 pan to Hayti Wray past to Cutshaw e Davidson a Wray 4 pan to Hayti Altman Der run e. Davidson a Wray 13 past to Cutshaw kick failed e. Davidson a Thomas 2 run kick failed e. Davidson a lit 3 run Workman kick North loses to n. Rowan Spencer North Davidson was Able to tie the score at halftime but fumbled in the third Quarter and set up the winning touchdown for North Rowan Friday night. North Rowan picked up 274 Yards Rushing while holding the knights to Only 94. The result was a 12-6 score in favor of Rowan. The knights sole score was made on an eight Yard a keep by quarterback Robert Everhart. Halfback Reginald weeks scored first for Rowan on a 22-Yard bound and Mayhew Culbertson scored in the third on a 12-Yard run. Weeks also picked up most of Rowan a yardage in the encounter. Scoring summaries 0 4 0 0�? 4 n Rowan 0 4 4 0�?12 a re woo i 22 run kick Tai Iod not Everhart run kick Tai Iod a re Rutht ortion la run run Tai Iod Salisbury despite Good efforts by Blaine Smith and the bulldogs in the first half Trinity was again unable to break its losing Streak Friday night. The hornets of Salisbury scored Only one touchdown in the first half but broke the game open in the second half with 28 Points making the final score 34-0. Trinity made two serious threats in the second Quarter both after interceptions by Smith. On his first interception. Smith raced to the Salisbury 21 but the bulldogs get inside the 15 and lost Possession. Trinity was also unable to make use of the second interception fumbling away the Ball on the next play. In the opening Quarter Salisbury scored on a 26-Yard pass from Mike Cansler to Oscho Rufty. Salisbury also scored on plunges of one Yard by Leonard Atkins and two Yards by Kevin Moss. Pete Hardin scored two extra Points on a run and a kick by Tony Leach added one extra Point. Scoring summaries Trinity of 0 0-0 Salisbury 0 is 13-34 26 pan from Cornier kick Tai Iod Sal Waikim i run Hardin run Sal Mon 2 run Loach kick 20 pan rom Cantar kick failed Sal Ponder 4 run Loach kick soft wind would help Casper Paris a Billy Casper leading the handpicked International Field of eight players at the Midway Point hoped for Milder French breezes today at the lancome trophy Golf tournament. A it seemed that we were going right into the wind on ail the Tough holes a Casper said Friday after shooting a 74�?two Over part for a two round total of 140 on the suburban St. Nom la Bre Teche course. Casper who had opened with a 66, finished under a cold raw wind just one stroke ahead of Ben Crenshaw who managed a 73 for a 141 total on the rolling 7,048-Yard Golf course . Open Champ Hale Irwin the Only player to break Par 72, had a 70 for a 142 total. The other scores in the Field included Bobby Cole South Africa 74�?147 Jean Garayalde France 76�?149 Arnold Palmer 77�?150 Manuel Pinero Spain 73�?150, and Sam Snead 78-151. J a Friendly voice. Is As near As you Telephone leading rusher in action pm ghz us Denton a Joe Don Henderson Powers through a gaping Denton ground attack with 83 Yards Rushing As the 882-81 211 Hole in the Oak Ridge defensive line during the red raiders upped their record to 3-11. Alfakir my in. In in raiders 40-0 rout of the cadets. Henderson led the photo a Sonny Hedgecock 9

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