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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Acc champs Randleman wins it All Handleman a Randleman Tilers knew what had to be done Friday night Hadl packers enthusiastic Green Bay. Wis a aim a Veteran quarterback John Hadl. Professing to be in the Best shape i be been in or five years a enthusiasts ally joined the Green Bay packers Friday and was greeted in kind by his new teammates. Hadl. Who had walked at reporting unless the packers renegotiated the contract he had with the los Angeles hams met in strategy session with coach Dan Devine studied films and took hts physical examination. Quot there s nothing wrong with my Arm. To Fine a Hadl. 34, said after undergoing the exam Hadl who was traded tuesday by the hams for five High draft choices reported despite the act the contract was not renegotiated. Quot in a glad to be with the packers he said. Quot i think we have a very Good Chance to win our division. But it won t be easy i be played against Detroit already this year and i know that Minnesota and Chicago have Good teams Hadl will accompany the team to Detroit for sunday s National football league game with the Lions. Hit Jack Concannon is to Start at. Quarterback and Hadl will be used Only in emergency As he acquaints himself with the team. Safety Jim Hill Hadl s former teammate with the san Diego chargers expressed Delight with the Deal. I m prejudiced of course but i know what he can do and the league knows what he can do a Hill Saki. Quot Joe Namath Calls him the Best quarterback in the league and Joe ought to know a no they went out and did it. The tigers went into the Central Carolina conference contest with Central Davidson needing a Victory to Clinch the league championship and the 3$-3 final score indicates the team s enthusiasm for the ask. Ace running bark Kenny Laughlin powered the Victory chalking up touchdown runs of one. 33, and 21 Yards while totalling 105 Yards in in carries end David Hayes was also a key figure hauling in three pass receptions one from Laughlin for 39 Yards to set up a score for a total of 98 Yards one was Good for a 13-Yard touchdown the pass thrown by quarterback Mark Routh other Tiger touchdowns came on Danny Street s recovery of a blocked punt in the end nine. And on Carl Davis one Yard plunge. Danny Stout was the Tiger credited with blocking the punt. Quot we think our defense just played super a Tiger coach Charlie Gregory said. Quot Central did t get a first Down until near the end of the second Quarter. Offensively we really weren to that outstanding although we did hit pm with some Long plays. I could t be prouder of the defense the whole group especially the linebackers did the Job. We started this season weak at line Hacker but now they can compete with anybody in the conference Central s Lone touchdown came in the third Quarter on Billy Blackburn s four Yard run. Randleman now 7-0 in the Ca Quot and 7-2 Overall led 18-0 at the end of the first half in wrapping up its first conference championship since 1962 Quot it feels pretty Good Gregory smiled. Scoring sum Maff us Ca a 4 9�? s . .,.1 Sii 4�?ja a a ii rut i kit i a he to to 1$ my from Mouth run lot mall to. I i on 001 touted co mckffte�4 run lasted 0 a 1 Miffy off is run in Fatwa to m. St Quot Roco Tow Rochod own ii aim in to till Imi in 0 a i run fruit touted Denton takes sixth Victory Hobbins Denton won its sixth Victory of the season Friday night Downing North Moore 18-15. North is the Only team score against the bed raiders since their opening game with East Davidson. Denton is sporting its Best record of recent years 8-12. The raiders have already won a berth in the state 1-a playoffs. Two halfback Wert responsible for All the Points scored. Terry Hedrick scored in the first second and fourth quarters for the raiders and Johnny Owen scored in the first and third for North. Hedrick s first score capped a 71-Yard drive when he ran in from the 20-Yard line. In the second period Hedrick capped a 62-Yard High Point Enterprise saturday october to lit 9a Tiger David Hayes 81 dives for key reception in sets up Randleman third touchdown against Central Davidson Pateta or a it Quot a met of to Quot drive with a five Yard scamper that put the raiders ahead 12-7. Jeff Kirkman recovered a Fumble on the Denton 31 late in the final period Joe Don Henderson rushed for 41 of the 62 Yards to the goal line and Hedrick again capped the drive with a five Yard plunge. North scored in the first period when Owens ran in from the five and again in the third Quarter when Owen caught a pass at the one and took the bail in from there the raiders close out their season next week As they take on Chatham Central. Scoring summaries of eight 4 0 4�?ll a Miter 19 9 8�?li it Etc Staruk to run run tatter n Moor now run own fetch our Tun had cd i run trite Atte n Moat it in i run Fown Pau or on i tent Hack $ no run cited East eagles crash at Southern Greensboro East Davidson a Golden eagles soared and crashed in Guilford county Friday evening. Southern Guilford pulled the trigger that dropped the eagles to the dust to Hie tune of 21-20 East dropped to a 2-4 conference record and Southern if up to a 3-3-1 Mark Overall Southern is 3-5-1 and East 3-4 East fumbled twice and had four passes intercepted. Southern took advantage of these East Davidson errors to win the Central Carolina conference game East scored first but Southern rallied for three touchdowns and 21 Points before the eagles got on the scoreboard a second time a 25-Yard pass from quarterback Tim Wray to fullback Mark Whitley accounted for East s first to. With the score 6-0 Southern came Back with a drive which needed with Erie Mcmanus scoring form the two then quarterback Joey Hackett passed for the next two touchdowns throwing 25 Yards to Pat Stone and eight Yards to Mcmanus. Then Southern led 21-ti scoring Summ Aff of i c. Daw aug 4 4 0 14-m % Omi 0-11 so Whitey Wray a to fun so a Mcm onut i run to Etc of fetch so is on rom hoc Freoff is pot Vehor fetch so a Mcmo tut from Modett i Pom out Hor fetch f o a Whitter 40 run run dotted it to Wroy 4 Tun Horn rom Wroy Ali clowning while working Ledford remains in second Asheboro a Ledford held onto second place in the Central Carolina conference Friday night As it downed the Southwest Randolph cougars the panthers scored twice in the second Quarter and went on to win 16-0 David Smith capped a 50-Yard drive with a 20-Yard scoring pass to Dale Lee. Smith also picked up 14 Yards Rushing in this series. Mark Branch scampered into the end one for the two Point conversion. The second Panther score came later in the Quarter As Branch scored from the one Yard line Smith passed to Lee for the extra Points. David Rush recovered a Cougar Fumble on the Cougar 15 to set up this scoring drive. Ledford is now 3-1-2 in the of and Southwest is in the cellar with an 0-6 record. In off i no imm Matlill i it my Rte a a a s�?14 Ivy a e 4 4�? a ii a pm of we i Fem i Iii t Branc it fun l a l a Quot to it Ruff la minx smite Kinshasa Zaire apr Muhammad Ali took a marshmallow left on the Chin from spar mate Roy Williams and executed a Graceful Swan dive to the floor of the ring. There was an audible gasp from the spectators. Clowning Ali Rose unsteadily to i feet Ami wobbled to his Comer Whir a he draped his sleek Brown body Over the ropes and fought for breath. I was a performance worthy of an Oscar. Theater had t seen the likes of it since the Days of John Barrymore. Quot George Foreman has won the heavyweight championship of the world a All bellowed Friday in a ringing voice that bounced off the Rafter Quot George has knocked All Bison mom Pagi 8a on a 43-Yard scoring play on third and eight from the 43. Dorsett lofted a pass downfield that found Brown sandwiched Between Bison Willie Jones and Edgar Little Brown jumped High. Pulled it in at the to and came Down sprinting for the end tone Central snapped Back like a new Girdle after the Kickoff starting quarterback Lewis hitting Jones for a 33-Yard gain to the Raider 34. The drive bogged Down there though and the Ball went Over on Downs at the 35 it took Andrews just four plays to get their third touchdown of the first half Williams cracking for the final 40 pm a counter play with 2 06 left the raiders made it look easy in the third period taking the Kickoff and going 62 Yards in 14 plays for a textbook scoring drive. Brown diving Over from the two with 5 47 left in the period the Bison now 1-7, had Little to cheer about until the final Quarter heroics As a sturdy Raider defense stopped the Central Wishbone and i formation cold much of the evening. Central gathered Cully 29 Yards Rushing in the second half and 71 for the night the teams return to conference warfare next week Andrews travelling to Burlington Cummings while the Bison Host Greensboro Page. But for this week everyone went Home with something. Down seven times. George is leaving the ring. He has Defeated the great a. George is the greatest of All time there a bounced quickly to his feet did a few Quick dance Steps and Beld hts arms High to the crowd. Hardened newsmen yawned it was just another Alt Jett. Natives relieved cheered wildly. Home May have recognized in this macabre scene a Flash of prophecy of the possible ending of next wednesday s world championships tight Here. But not the unquenchable All that is a picture of what my critics expect. Muhammad barked rom the ring it is Only an imitation i was Only joking. It can never happen Tell them to cheer up no Man in the world is capable of doing that in reality latest word is that Foreman has been installed As ll-5 favorite. They say in Broadway betting Parlours it is 5-1. To the buildup goes on for the bizarre multimillion Dollar Battle Here in what once was the heart of the belgian Congo now the capital of president Mobutu it Zaire. A s Mouth is unbridled. His Tongue is even faster than his fists while the challenger the brutish 25-year-old Foreman continues a monastic life. Asheboro bumps Trinity Asheboro Asheboro dominated the second half action Friday night and Defeated visiting Trinity in the South Piedmont conference. The comets led 14-8 at the half but built up their Lead in the second half to Down the bulldogs 31-14. Randy Lanier scored both times for the bulldogs in the second Quarter Steve Spencer hit him with a 55-Yard scoring pass. In the third. Lanier returned the Kickoff 95 Yards for the final bulldog score Trinity is now 1-5 in the South Piedmont and Asheboro is 3-2-2. Scoring summar la Trinity a t a i hate ant 4 i ii 4-Ji a a j4m44m<femhl4tvn kick pm a my Kam s rite my in sea Aam i coition i Lai Iai ii to triste. Taonus Ltd Teo it a aaa is a ted t to # it a a of a Tooter a a a life i oct to i Faaa of a a re tio cd 3$ rite Schaak Pam Iron Allen Jay on Short end by Vicki White Enterprise sports writer Tyro a the Jaybird and dragons held each to a standoff in the opening half of Friday night s game. The Green dragons broke open the second half though and beat the Birds 184 did the fact that this was West Davidson a last Home game and Homecoming As Well have anything to do with the win not much according to Allen Jay coach Neil Jones. Quot four things beat us tonight Quot he commented. Quot first we lost halfback Mark Cox in the first half. Second we had two big drives stopped by offsides penalties at crucial times. Quot we fumbled a punt in the third Quarter that turned the game around. And last West Davidson deserved to win. Quot they outplayed us a he continued. Quot they played a Fine game. Of course our mistakes certainly helped them a it was a Good game on both team s part a dragon coach Joe Young acknowledged Quot we just got the big break first when they fumbled the snap. Quot that play was enough to give us momentum we be lacked the last three weeks a the dragons broke open his a. A a it. 4 a. I i Altel a a 1. H f a. In 21 vow a f a a f l a �?T10 a v11 ref a re in >v7jfcagr r Usua a a. A Iii j x Mark Cox 21 prepares to pass As dragons close in Pite Hout froth quarterback Keith Dillon 12 set up the play a i photo by Jerry Parrah the game late in the third Quarter when they took advantage of the Allen Jay Fumble. Mike Meredith was preparing to punt away the Ball on a fourth Down play. The Bali was overthrown to him and dragon Phil Poole recovered it and Rice 20 Yards for the score quarterback Dale Snider ran for the two Point conversion to put West ahead 8-0. West s second score covered 81 Yards and took to plays. This was West s first series of the game with More than one first Down. During the first half neither team was Able to pick up More than one first Down per series. Zeb Little capped this drive with a four Yard plunge up the Middle for the second and last score of the game. Little also ran around right end for the two Point Zonver Sion. Allen Jay recovered a dragon Fumble at the dragon 15 in the first Quarter but was unable to turn the break into a score. The Birds had to return the Ball to the dragons after losing five Yards in three carries. This was the Jaybird deepest penetration of dragon territory. Momentum was lost by the Jaybird after they were hit in two drives with offsides penalties. In the second Quarter they were stopped on a 3-5 situation Ami again later in that Quarter on a 4 2, this play Hurt the Jaybird doubly As Star halfback Mark Cox was taken from the game with a knee injury after he had run a punt return. Quot West is a dazzle dazzle football team a Jones said. Quot they always have been. They re a Fine Ball club and deserved this win. Quot we re out of everything now though he continued. Quot we re not looking Forward to next week s game with Randleman at All. I just done to see How we get very enthused about that game after tonight Quot we needed a win tonight. We needed to win both of our final games to have a Chance at the playoffs Well sure give them a Good game though Quot this was our Best game since Southern Guilford Quot admitted Young. Quot some nights we can t seem to get anything going right and some nights we can t go wrong Quot last week things did t go right and Central Davidson was Able to get by us tonight was just one of those Good nights we really played on Pride this game did t mean that much to we were already out of a Chance at the playoffs Allen Jay needed to win and yet we were Able to win anyway. Quot we be Felt att season that we re the Best team in the league but we Don t have the record to slum it because of All our injuries i guess everyone is hit with them at some time but we seem to have More than our share. Quot we feel that we could be gone far in the playoffs but now Well never know la just was t in the cards for us this year will be prepared next year though. It la be a different Story then. We have Many returning players and our freshman team is tearing everyone up in their games Quot West travels to East Davidson next week where they Hope to Salvage a third place position with a win. Allen Jay plays Randleman who has already sewn up first place in the acc Alit Jay 0 0 a 0 we 04vami. 8 d i la life to a vote a Tumble re cuttry Smiter Coa we a Little 4 run i Atte run North Downs South Iredell Welcome a in North Piedmont play Friday night North Davidson broke Loose in the second Quarter to Down South Iredell 35-20 Clifford Clark scored twice for the knights and David Robertson Tony Matthews and Tim Beeson each added another touchdown going into the game. North was tied for second place with Mooresville in division i of the North Piedmont conference. The knights Are now 4-2 in the conference and 53 Overall. Scoring summaries s. I a tel a a a 4 a n 0�ah� i a a i-4 no rotter�0a 4 fun a St 4.1040 i run no waited not Cal fun Thame i f Turfe six Kiefte Trefun 4 run ism pan wrote it it a no c Citrin i Ruff kick at Teal no mahi a i 4 Ruff Pietr Pam Lri in to Teiml St Sijka % Tun ram a Tea it no hmm fume i scenery in and Jette Haim Teffen kick Horne paces rpm tourney it. Pleasant. S c. I apr a one Over Par 145 by Dick Horne of the Host Snee farm club put him in the Lead going into today s third round of the 72-Hole Rice planters invitational Golf tournament f or the second Day Par 72 was Good enough to Lead in the 2nd annual Amateur event As Horne added Par to his opening round 73. Chuck Hast in of Atlanta a who had tied with Gary Morns of the College of Charleston for the first round Lead at 72, was lied with two others at 147 after Friday s round they were Art Hightower of monks Corner and Bill Lewis of Florence. Contract extended Starkville miss apr Mississippi state University has extended by one year the contract of Bob Tyler the bulldogs head football coach. Tyler who has coached in team to a 5 1 record this year after a 4 5-2 finish last season now is under contract through 1978. High school scores by the associated pres Morganton Freedom 8. E. Burke 7 Watauga 22, Mcdowell to Sanford Central 7, Wilmington Boggard 7, tie Charlotte olympic it w Mecklenburg 7 thursday Greensboro Smith 14, Winston Salem Reynolds to Wilson 35. Orthea stent Elizabeth Lith 13 Oak Ridge 12, Hargrave 6 it airy 41, Surry Central 6 Elkin 25. Madison Mayodan 6 Salisbury i Statesville 6 e. Montgomery 22, Chatham Central la Denton 18. N Monee is w Montgomery in St Paul 0 Thomasville 16. Kannapolis 0 Randleman 31, c Davidson 6 Union Pines ii Northwood 0 Reidsville la w Forsyth ? 8. Rowan 7, n. Rowan 0 n. Johnston 54, Rock Ridge 8 Shelby 34, n. Gaston 0 Belmont South Point 38. Kings Mountain 6 Shelby Burna 24, Chase 19 Shelby Central a is Central 13 Cherryville 33. E Gatton 8 a Alamance 14, k Alamance la Richmond county 15, Greeb Boro Page 8 Goldsboro so Wilmington new Hanover 8 Jacksonville 21, new Bern la Reid rat la seventy Ftp 7 Onslow Academy 35, Parrott Academy 0 Greenville Rote in Northern Ned 6 East Montgomery 38, Chatham Central 14 Apex a Clayton 0 Tarboro 20, berth o West Craven 14, Carteret a Murfreesboro 14. Scotland neck 0 Ary 21. Broughton 6 Jones Senor it Zebulon 8 Wilson Kike 35, northeastern 13 East Bladen 28. West Columbus 8 West Montgomery 48. St Pauls 0 Lillington 28, Erwin so i Mon Pines id Northwood 0 Peru mans 18, Gumberry 6 Bath St Jamesville 20 Maxton 20. Tar heels 8 Gastonia Ashbrook 31, Charlotte Harding 7 Cha r tot in Independence 21, South Mecklenburg 0 South Stanley 43, Charlotte Catholic 6 West Rowan 27, North stanly 12 Thomasville la Kannapolis 0 Monroe 7 mount i or mini u Gaston to film Oil West Brunswick or sooth Broo Wink 0 i Lakewood 40, Omron 0 Edenton la North Moore of White Oak 30, Dixon 0 Littlefield 8. Prospect 8 person 14. Chapel Hill 12 Oxford Webb 10, Jordan 14 Gates county 41. Northampton 8 Asheboro is Trinity 14 North Forsyth 7, Greensboro Dudley 8 Burlington Cummings 14, Burlington Williams la Winston Salem Parkland 44. Eden Morehead 7 Stoneville is Alleghany 13 tie Northwest Ashe to Ashe Central 0 East Wilkes 12, West Wilkes 8 North Wilkes 38. Independence. A 20 South Stokes 85, b Urbush 0 Elkin 25, Madison Mayodan 8 Salisbury it Statesville 8 Greensboro Smith Law a Reynolds 10 Oak Ridge 12, Hargrave 6 North Davidson 35, South Iredell 20 surmount 22, North Surry 0 Lexington 34, Albemarle 0 North Iredell 32, West Iredell 0 East Mecklenburg 3, Charlotte Myers Park 0 Maiden ii Newton Conover 0 Salisbury 19, Statesville 8 Hinten 34 Avery county 7 West Lincoln 0, East Lincoln 0 tie South Rowan 7, North Kozjan we get uni lord 41. Northwest Guilford 14 Ragsdal 43, Northeast Guilford 0 South Alamance 46, East Randolph 14 is Parkland 44. Morehead 7 Maxton 40. 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