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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Andrews win 48-6 Raider explosion pops panthers off on touchdown run Andrews ted Brown on one of three to runs staff photo by Art amp ii re on Central gives7 Gamet Smith by Benny Phillips associate sports editor ted Brown put on what amounted to a display of fireworks with his sparkling running and the Andrews offence exploded for the teams most lop sided Victory of the season. The victim was Morehead High s panthers. Brown who had touchdown runs of 68, 60, and 19 Yards guided the raiders to a 48-6 Over the panthers. It was never a contest. Never even close. The raiders warmed up with three Quick ones and led 20-0 after the first Quarter Riding the Bow of the ship to a 34-8 halftime Lead. The Victory was the fourth straight for the raiders who Are now 4-2 for the season and 3-0 in conference warfare. A when you Are on top the others have to catch you a remarked John Morris the Raider coach after the contest. A i like it where we Are a he added. A and tonight we the Mas Point sports saturday oct. 12, 1974. Page 8a threw the Ball More than we have previously. Now if we can develop our passing game it will make our running game better. Dorset Mike threw the Ball Well and we caught it Well. Quot i am concerned a added Morris a about our pass defense. Morehead got the Long pass on us to set up the score and Reidsville connected last week. Also penalties Hurt us tonight. If there is anything else it is our defense is not putting the pressure on the passer like it should. A i thought we were especially Sharp on our kicking game a said Morris. A we returned a punt All the Way and nearly broke away on the opening Morris said that while the backs Are doing a Fine Job on offence the offensive linemen like tackles Richard Lane and Steve Campbell and guards Steve Brown and John Patterson have been playing excellent football. It was with ease the raiders rolled before a Good Home crowd at a. J. Simeon stadium. Brown scored the second and third touchdowns in the Raider scoring Parade and then romped across the goal line in the fourth Quarter. His first to of the evening was a 68-Yard punt return. It came right after the first to which was set up by a bad Panther punt. Morehead was forced to punt the first time with the Ball. Bobby Honeycutt was Back to punt for the panthers when he received a Low snap from Center. He fumbled the Ball then picked it up and tried to kick. The Ball never made it past the line of scrimmage and the raiders took Over at the Morehead 17. Five plays later quarterback Mike Dorsett went Over from the one on the sneak. Right after Brown returned his punt All the Way the panthers tried two passes and a Quick kick. The Quick kick moved the Ball Only two Yards and Andrews was in Possession at the Panther 28. On the second play Brown set sail for 19 Yards and a to on the draw play. The next time with the Ball which was Early in the second Quarter the raiders drove 88 Yards in nine Pla Dorsett scoring his second to of the night this one a a a a it 41. A a 9 a up �4 of by Jim Pettit Enterprise sports writer Greensboro High Point centrals football team is challenging a a let a make a deals As the biggest Giveaway show around. Greensboro Smith did t even have to choose Between the Box or the curtain Friday night As the Bison gave away 21 Points in the second Quarter in a 34-0 Eagle rout. A 15-Yard penalty a Fumble and a bad snap on a punt resulting in a blocked kick were keys to each of Smiths first three scores. A personal foul penalty and a pass interception were instrumental in the final two As Well. Player faces Irwin Virginia water England apr big hitting Hale Irwin the . Open Golf Champion faced South africans Gary player today for the Piccadilly world match play title and admitted he had a huge task. A Gary is a fantastic player a the bespectacled Irwin said a and to beat him you have to play Ultra fantastic. All i can say is i am looking Forward to player has competed in the last five Piccadilly events and never lost. The 36-Hole match shaped up As a Battle Between Irwin a big hitting on a course that is playing Long As it dries out after rain and players accurate Iron play and ice Cool putting. Irwin was hitting three Woods off the fairways Friday As he trimmed Tony Jacklin of Britain 5-and-4 in a 36-Hole semifinal. A it shows How confident he is using Woods on these fairways a Jacklin said. Quot he hits so Long and straight that he can be a menace to anyone. A but Gary player has always had this ability to catch up on hts Short game. He misses the Green and it does no to seem to player beat Jerry heard 5-and-4 in the other semifinal and Only once got off the Fairway ail Day. In the morning round he tamed Wentworth a 6,997-Yard Par-73 Burma Road course with a five under Par 68. Player has one big advantage Over Irwin. He has played this tree lined Corn be for a decade and knows every Yard of it while the american is Here for the first time. Heard also on his debut at Wentworth said he thought this alone would make player the favorite for the first prize of $24,000 tickets increase St. Louis a increases in general admission and bleacher ticket prices for the 1975 major league season were announced Friday by the St. Louis cardinals. A that was about a typical game for us a Bison coach Roy Boyles said glumly. A it s frustrating but you get Down to the Point where you Start realizing that you Don t have the people to play. Injuries have been a Factor and now we re looking for 145-Pound people to Block 225-Pound people. Consequently we done to Block very Mike Ancrum scored Smith s first two touchdowns on runs of nine Yards and one Yard capping drives of 78 and 28 Yards respectively. Single Wing tailback Jay Plummer tallied the next two on runs of one and 15 Yards and the final score came on a 29-Yard Wingback pass from Lacy Morrow to end Charles Wright. A a we be got to Start Over again on monday a Boyles said. A fall we can do is keep working at it and Hope to get better. We re playing a lot of juniors now 7-8 on offence and defense so we re getting a lot of centrals deepest penetrations of the night were once to the Smith 22 a fourth Down pass failed twice to the 45, and twice to Midfield. Three of the last four ended abruptly on pass interceptions. Smith went 78 Yards in nine plays on its first Possession of the second period for the Only score it really needed. A 17-Yard Mike Crosby sweep coupled with a 15-Yard personal foul penalty against the Bison was the big yardage play. Ancrum swept the final nine Yards with 652 left in the half and Bert Piggott added the first of four extra Points. Central fumbled the Ball away on the first play of the next series Charles Wright recovering on the Bison 28 and four plays and three penalties again High Point later Ancrum cracked Over from the one with 2 59 to go. Central was unable to move on the next series and on fourth Down Blake Lewis dropped Back to punt. The snap sailed Over his head to the goal line but he recovered and tried to get the Ball off Only to have it blocked and recovered by Plummer at the two. A penalty against Central moved it to the one and Plummer took it in with 16 seconds to go id the half. The teams played to a standoff in the third period but Smith got its offence moving again late in the Quarter mounting an 84-Yard, 11-play scoring drive that culminated with Plummer a 15-Yard burst around left end with 9 37 left in the fourth period. Again a 15-Yard penalty against the Bison aided the March. Chuck Hooks interception of a John aderholdt pass set up the final score Hooks picked off the Ball at the Smith 42 and returned it to the Bison 41 where a late hit Cost Central 15 and put the Ball at the 36. Smith Drew a 15-yarder one play later but a dazzle dazzle pass play from Crosby to Ancrum to Wright got 22 Back. On the next play Morrow flipped a pass to Wright at the two and he stepped in for the final score. Both teams were hit hard by penalties Smith drawing 120 Yards and Central 77. The Bison Are now 1-5 on the season while Smith upped its record to 4-1-1. Charlie Williams 45 goes into end zone for Andrews Raider Back scored touchdown from four Yards out staff photo by Art Richardson Denton s extra Yards Means playoff berth pc to to 0 of 0 is i 277 64 >7 3 first Dow in Rushing yardage patting yardage pasta intercepted by punting 4-210 3-30 3 Fumble to Lott i 0 Yard penalized 77 120 he Central 0 0 0 0�? a Smith 0 la 0 13-34 5 a Antrum f run Piggott kith s a Ancrum i run Piggott kick s a Plummer i run Piggott kick s a Plummer is run Piggott kick s a Wright 2 pats from Morrow kick failed by Vicki White Enterprise sports writer Denton the whole town of Denton turned out Friday expecting to see their surprising football team play a Good game against Stoneville. They weren to disappointed because they did see a Good game. It just did t turn out As the fans had hoped it would. Denton 4-1-1 going into this game gave the fans a Good game but it ended in a 0 0 tie. A the game ended just the Way it should have a Raider coach Ned Craver admitted after the game. A we played Well and so did they. The score shows just what a Good game it was. This was our Best game of the this was a crucial game for both teams As they Are the Only 1-a schools in the area. The Winner of this game advances to the state playoffs. Since the game ended in a tie each team was Given four Downs after time ran out. The team gaining the most yardage with its Downs would Denton a Joe Don Henderson fights for extra yardage slipping under Stoneville defense in key class 1a contest photo by lorry to Ralfh be declared the Winner and would Advance to the state playoffs. Stoneville was Given first Possession. Gayland Elbom picked up 13 Yards on his first carry. No yardage was gained on the next two carries but on the fourth Denton a Danny Fritts recovered a Stoneville Fumble four Yards behind the line of scrimmage. Denton had Only to keep from losing More than four Yards to win the playoff berth. Joe Don Henderson ran four quarterback sneaks picking up a total of no More than one Yard but still enough to put Denton on top. This is Denton a sixth shutout of the season and its second game ending at 8-0. A at the first of the season i told the boys that if the other team score then they beat us whether we scored or not a Craver commented. Then he added jokingly a they took me too seriously. A a in be been working with the defense and we re doing Fine a he continued a Lewis is the offensive coach and i keep asking him what a going on a Craver was referring to his assistant Lewis Southern again in a joking Way. Neither team crossed their opponents 10-Yard line throughout the entire game. Stoneville deepest penetration of Raider territory was in the second Quarter. They advanced 48 Yards in nine plays and were on Denton a 13. An attempted Field goal was missed with Only seconds left in the half Denton plunged to Stoneville 20-Yard line in the third Quarter for its deepest penetration play was stopped for the raiders when a Henderson pass to Terry Hedrick was picked off by Stoneville Mark Brown Henderson had five of his 16 passes intercepted during the game and completed Only six. Stoneville quarterback Gayland Welborn suffered Only one interception and completed to of his 23 passes. A we believe a says Craver a these boys done to believe they can lose. We re either going to tie or win a game. That a the kind of attitude you have to have to win. That May sound kind of conceited but that a the Way it is. We believe in ourselves. A when we re Down we just regroup and Stop next week Denton hosts Edgewood for this Homecoming game. This will be the second meeting of the teams. The other game also ended in a 0-8 tie. A a we re looking Forward to the game a Craver said. A Edge Wood a Tough but we wont let up. Well beat them and Well also win our other remaining games. Well be up for so far the team has been up for the games. This is Denton a Best football team in years. They re going to the state playoffs this year. Scoring summar 11 % Stoneville tog 9-0 Denton gig 9�?0 Cushing wins senior Golf Point Cleak. Ala. Apr a mrs. Justine Cushing of new York City birdied for a final round 76 Friday to win the us Gay a senior women s Golf tournament with a three round total of 231, mrs. Cushing finished two shots ahead of mrs. Phillip Cudone of Myrtle Beach s c. Who also shot a 76 for a total of 233 defending Champion mrs. Gwenn Hibbs of in eng Beach calif., and second round Leader mrs Dot Porter of Cinnaminson nj., were in third with 238 each. On a keeper left from six Yards out. And the next time with the Ball Dorsett went to the air connecting with Brown for a 32-Yard pass setting up the final score of the first half at the Morehead seven. Charlie Williams scored from the four and the raiders went to the locker room with a 34-0 Lead. Morehead recovered an Andrews Fumble Early in the second half and drove 62 Yards to score with Robert Wilkerson scoring from the four. A 39-Yard pass from Honeycutt to Mike Talley set up the score. The raiders did no to score in the third Quarter. Morris was unloading his Bench and Morehead was using up the clock with the Ball. Then on the second play of the fourth Quarter Morehead punted and Down the Field came Brown on a 68-Yard punt return for a touchdown. Then with the final seconds ticking off the clock Reserve halfback Ray Taylor went into the Middle of the line took a Sharp Cut and was open racing Over from 50 Yards out with the final score. My Ano flirt Downs a 13 Yard Rushing 44 241 Yards passing 4 is passes >14 4- passes intercepted by 12 punts �?��?�25.0 2-31.0 fumbles lost by 0 2 Yards penalized 55 75 the summary Morehead 0 0 4 0�?4 Andrews 20 14 0 14-4� a a Dorsett i run Ritter Hick a a Brown 61 punt return Pitter kick a a Brown i run kick felled a a Dorsett 6 run Ritter kick a a Williams 4 run Ritter kick m a Wilkerson 4 run run failed a a Brown 60 run Ritter kick a a Taylor 50 run Ritter kick . Set to win in Davis Nassau Bahamas apr the United states will win the first round of the 1975 Davis cup Tennis Competition today if it can add a doubles Victory to the singles victories Arthur Ashe and Tom Gorman posted against the Commonwealth Caribbean team. Erie Van Dillen and Charles Pasarell were to represent the United states in today a doubles match against bahamians Leo Rolle and John Antonas. Ashe and Gorman gave the United states a 2-8 Lead with straight set victories Friday. Ashe 31, playing in his eighth Davis cup trounced jamaican Richard Russell 6-2, 6-1, 6-1 in the opening match at Paradise islands Ocean club. Russell a former Caribbean Champion won the first two games of the first set before Ashe broke his service and took command. Gorman outlasted reigning Caribbean Champion Rolle of Nassau 6-4, 6-2, 6-4. The final set was a tossup through the last game. Gorman broke rollers service in the seventh and ninth games and Rolle broke the american s service in the eighth. The final two singles matches Are scheduled for sunday. The 1974 United states team was upset 4-1 by Colombia in the North american zone final in Bogota last january. It was the earliest the United states had been eliminated in Davis cup play in the 74-year history of the International Competition. The humiliation was piled on top of a 5-0 shutout by Australia in the 1973 Davis cup final Only a month earlier ending a five year reign by the United states As Davis cup Champion. Teammates go for net title Athens a. A de fending Champion Manuel Diaz of the University of Georgia will meet teammate David Dick in today a semifinals of the Southern intercollegiate invitational Tennis championships. Diaz beat Scott Smith of Kentucky 7-5, 6-3 Friday in quarterfinals while Dick bested third seeded Tavo Martinez of the University of Miami 6-4, 6-4. In another semifinal match today Georgia freshman Tim Delaney will take on John sane a freshman at North Carolina state Delaney upset ted Daniels of Duke 6-4, 6-7, and Sadrie topped Willie Davies of Sam Ford University 6-7,62,6-1. Finals will be sunday

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