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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 18, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Andrews players live it i i w Hen final Hohn Soi Misay a the Gridiron War rages Between Bison raiders i r a j 5. A i # no to on Kison Hench -4 j a a a. Stat rho a. By can or rep and Art i rho re oni raiders Stop Bison attack Boyles no blocking Goins says defense was key by Dami Grimes Enterprise sports writer the pregame dreams of every Fleet footed speedster or bruising running Back is dashing around or through the opposing defense for a Daylight and six Points some nights those dreams become reality and other nights. Bison runners had one of those other kind of nights As they ran head Long into a human Wall of red raiders Friday. The Bison offence had opportunities to put Points on the scoreboard but the Andrews defense Rose to the occasion save one Short Aerial for a touchdown we could t get any blocking from our offensive line and the backs did t get much of a Chance to get any yardage a Roy Hoyles sighed Andre Marks. Tony and Jake Hagler found a Little room to the outside in the first half As they led the Bison Rushing attack with 64 Yards the Bison turned the Ball Over to the raiders four times and three miscues resulted in 21 Points we stopped them fairly Well in the first half but the second half was a different matter we moved the Ball Well in the first half but could establish no consistency in our Boyles said Quot we had execution errors throughout the game our mistakes happened when we were in Good Field position and that Hurt us Boyles lamented Jeff Culler portrayed the sinister role to perfection As he scored on a 19-Yard scamper up the Middle and threw touchdown passes of 50 and seven Yards Culler repeatedly shot the Gap through the Middle of the Bison defensive alignment for Valu Able yardage Quot our defensive team was getting beat at the line of scrimmage their boys were just blowing us off the line a Boyles added Ray Bryson had an excellent night punting As he hit four Points for a 33 5 average the significance of Bryson a kicking is not diminished in that Little bit of statistical data however because he punted two deep into Raider territory one punt went out of Bounds at the three while another stopped at the 13 Yard line. About the Only thing we did Well was the execution of our kicking game the punting was Good. We had real Good coverage and our return phase was Good a Boyles said take away a few bad plays for us and a few big ones for them and it could have been a different Ball Boyles said a Benny Phillips associate sports editor the Rock that is the Andrews defense did t move awesome it was and into the danger zone that was the goal line the Bison of Central managed Only to tread once a with Aid from the Raider offence. And even though the Andrews offence sputtered at times it managed to accomplish its Mission which was to outscore the opponent. All done a the hat throwing Yelling backs lapping and neck hugging finished a the Story of the evening was plainly printed in the scoreboard lights of is Moon stadium Andrews 28, Central 7 it s All Over for another year the raiders will Wear the City Crown Quot we saw everything we expected to see a explained Herb coins the Raider coach who took Over the reins this year they ran two tight ends on us. But we adjusted and we saw a Little More 5-2 defense than we figured Quot loins gave much of the credit for Victory to the Raider defense which has Given up Only two touchdowns in three games Quot fur defense has had three go xxx games and it was great he said our offence is improved but it fumbled to allow the Central score tonight a joins pointed out. The Andrews offence fumbled at the Central three in the second Quarter and Tim Ridge of the Bison recovered to setup the Only Central score which came three plays later when quarterback Doug Tyson threw to Jeff Brown at the goal line the raiders had taken a 7-0 Lead earlier in the second period when the Bison had fumbled and John Richardson recovered at the Central 42 five plays later quarterback Jeff Culler carried 19 Yards off right tackle on an option play to score. Then right alter Centra tied it 7-7 with 2 53 remaining before intermission Andrews took the Kickoff and marched right Back to the 50 from where Culler zipped a touchdown pass to Ken Oglesby Oglesby fumbled the Ball at the five but recovered the bouncing pigskin in the end zone that made it 14-7 at halftime which Carne soon of Lei Nathan Ritter kicked the extra Point Quot we had a Good defensive performance from our tackles Brent Hollar and Ernie Bayne a joins said Quot and from Wendell Pickett our nos guard Quot offensively Jeff Culler did a Good Job running the option Mark Freeman and Mark Lackey did some Fine blocking and Ken Oglesby looked great on that touchdown just Refore halftime a Andrews scored in the third Quarter and again in Hie fourth period the raiders moved 63 Yards in the third stanza after Alan Peters recovered a Fumble How it happened Culler threw the final seven Yards to Mark Hanes for the to after Dan Wagoner had circled left end for the longest gain in the drive which was 18 Yards. Miles intercepted a Doug Tyson pass and returned it 30 Yards to the Central 15 to establish his team s position for the final scoring Blower of the game John Palmer scored from file a it a the second play from Sci Fri Mage and again Ritter booted the extra Point there were Only 31 seconds left in the game. It was the second Victory of tie season for Andrews giving the raiders a 2-1 record a a mitral is now 1-2 top yardstick fir Down re slut yardage passing Yards penalised intercepted by punting f Umbles lost Pas in cent to 101 so 70 0 4 j3 7 3 �10 scoring summaries Andreas 0 i 7 7 a 21 Central of 7 7 0�?7 a Culler 19 run it Pitter Kirk c Brown 6 pass irom i a on i Kearns kick i a Oglesby so pass from Culler a Rifle k Fyk a Hanes 7 pass irom Culler i Rifle Palmer to run i Rater k cd Thi High Point fair prism a hmm Page 8a sat., sept. 18, 1976 bulldogs Roll remain unbeaten defense was under a lot of pressure because Asheboro had Good Field position on us but we managed to maintain control of the game and then we scored on that Long run by Ricky Clark Asheboro came right into our territory but we stopped them on Gerald Gilmore a interception that s when we came Back and scored to go up 12-0.�?� Clark scored twice on runs of 45 and 44 Yards As the speedy halfback got Good openings and was Able to outrun the Asheboro secondary. Also scoring twice was running Back Scottie Richardson who had to scampers of six and 26 Yards with both being second Effort scores on his first touchdown Richardson virtually carried Comet tackle Chris Cooper into the be bulldogs on Ioa scoring summaries Ai Hatboro. .0 0 0 0 0 13 21 0 40 Tville Clark 44 run kick tailed t Ville Bur ton 9 run run tailed t v 11 in in Hardin 6 run Bower Kirk t v 11 in Richardson 26 run Bower kick t Ville rant is a from Holley Bower kick t Ville Clark 4 run Bower kick by Carol Wilson Utley Enterprise staff writer Thomasville where is Henry Kissinger when you really need him Asheboro coach Jack Patterson could have used a Little of the Secretary of state s shuttle diplomacy Friday night to try and halt the constant barrage of the Thomasville defense and the repeated explosions of the bulldog offence As it was Thomasville won an unconditional Victory Over the Blue comets As the bulldogs remained undefeated with a 40-0 win despite the lopsided score bulldog coach Allen Brown was Quick to Point out that a few key plays in the second Quarter might Well have prevented Thomasville from losing to Asheboro for a second straight year Quot the turning Point came when we stopped them in our territory in the second Quarter and came Back to score our second touchdown for a 12-0 Lead Brown said a then we Apt an interception and score it again real Quick before the half and Asheboro seemed to just sort of Wilt after that i really done to think we re 40 Points better than they the third year coach credited the defense for stopping the Blue comets Early and giving the offence a Chance to get going a Early in the game we had trouble moving the foot Dull Brown continued. Quot in our first two a 11 possessions we did t look Good at All at that Point our Scottie Richardson scores Fok Thomasville quarterback Craig Holley on keeper he led bulldogs in win Over Asher a

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