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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 29, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Terms beat tar heels Duke state win trounces Carolina by Paul Shinn associate sports editor College Park my a neither rain. A pig Sty turf nor Carolina s defense could Stop Maryland s Bob Avellini arid Louis Carter from completion their appointed rounds saturday afternoon Avellini a fill in starter at quarterback when injury knocked out the front Man in an earlier game and Carter a late Bloomer after two lacklustre games 28 Yards average per carry went to work for a 24-12 Atlantic coast conference Victory Over the tar heels in the first league test for either team. The score was closer than the Ball game. Maryland pretty Well dominated things before a ram reduced crowd of 17,000 and a regional television audience to rack up a 24-0 Lead. Carolina scored twice in the final four minutes Avellini used the soggy grass to his advantage by dropping Back behind Good Protection to Complete eight of 17 passes two for touchdowns Carter scored a pair one on a 22-Yard toss from Avellini and another on a 76-Yard sweep Early in the game the senior tailback gained 106 Yards in his first nine carries and wound up with 158 the Maryland passing attack would have been better had not receivers slipped on several open patterns. Chris Kupec. Going most of the Way for coach Bill Dooley s tar heels matched Avellini in passing with 112 Yards on eight completions but he did not always receive the Protection from his line. Carolina s main Ball Carrier was Mike Voight. Voight started in place of High Point s James Betterson because Betterson had been out of action with a boil until the Day before the game after a scoreless first Quarter three Field goals were missed in which Carolina missed two chances on Long drives. Carter broke in his Long run. He got a Block at the scrimmage line and was chased to the to by Bob Trott. Who dived and missed the tackle a i was especially pleased with Avellini and Carter said a beaming Maryland coach Jerry Claiborne a and Alan Bloomingdale the fullback must have blocked Well on the Corners to make our Corner attack go. We re just Happy to win a i will Tell you it feels better today than the last two weeks two losses we made some mistakes but we won. We had to make some defensive adjustments to Stop their motion and i thought our players made some Good adjustments a a the Slippery ground did t Hurt either As footing was precarious for both sides in the first half when rain fell off and on Carolinas Rushing attack was about half that of Mary lands and much of that could a contributed to the Caliper of team being played As opposed to the tar heels two earlier games and vie tories still inc could have made a much closer game of it had not the two Early drives died with missed Field goals from the 30 keeping the flow of play away from Maryland Sall american candidate tackle Handy White Carolina worked Well until the terrapins goal Post came into focus a Ellimo a three Yard toss to Wingback John Schultz see Maryland on 6c Neon f a Folio 0 0 9 Lull Mayland 0 u i 1-24 Mac it a 74 run Mike Mayer kith my of Hull j pm a a mom Avellini mtg my a kick Vul cart a n pm a Nom a veiling Imit my Roku Ai mpg Mike my a if no Sineol to pen mom a i it hell run a a lied no Jerome # Pelt mom Kupeli pan tailed i a Imp North Caranna Maryland Duke s Larry Martinez 19 squares off against Virginia s Erie Dahlgren in to or Sonny Hedgecock. Hooks Keyes pack to 28-22 Victory the High Point Surprise Syracuse by map running Back Roland Hooks broke open a halftime tie with touchdown runs of one and six Yards Early in the third period and 13th-ranked North Carolina state held on for a 28-22 College football Victory Over Syracuse saturday. Trailing 28-14 with less than three minutes left. Syracuse pulled to within six Points on tailback Ken Kinsey a three Yard run with 2 08 remaining and Don Magee a run for a two Prmt conversion a last ditch Effort to pull the game out fell Short when North Carolina state recovered an onside kick at their own 23 and ran the clock out Syracuse. 13, had moved on top 14-7 Midway in the second Quarter on quarterback Jim Donoghue a seven Yard keeper Kinsey ran the Ball in for a two Point conversion the Wolf pack 4-0, came right Back however moving 80 Yards in la plays for a touchdown that pulled them even at the half. 14-14 quarterback Dave Buckey hit Hooks on a two Yard pass for the score with 31 seconds remaining the orangemen opened the scoring Early in the second Quarter on Kinsey s two Yard plunge the scoring drive began at the North Carolina state 28 Yard one after a ten Yard Woi pack punt North Carolina state which managed Only one first Down and failed to get past it s own 18-Yard line in the first Quarter made it 7-6 on fullback Stan int tsp four Yard run three minutes later North Carolina state took the opening second half Kickoff marching 80 Yards in la plays Hook s plunged the final Yard for the touchdown the 6-foot. 197-Pound senior scored again from six Yards out on the Wolf pack s next drive three minutes later to make it 28-14 the Wolf pack Victory overshadowed the running of Kinsey. Who carried 31 times for 137 Yards in route to his two touchdowns. The 5-foot-9, 186-Pound Sophomore now has run for 493 Yards in for games Fritts led the Wolf pack with 93 Yards on 25 cames. Hooks added 76 Yards on 15 carries. Buckey. A 6-foot Junior who engineered a 43-20 Victory be Hooks on 60 North Cero line Sioum 020 statute Tao a sir Kiwy 2 run Luck tailed pcs a Pritt 4 hut Inch i Sam �?donoehu7run Kinty run pcs Hook pen mom bulker hum Hick i n c so Hook i run hum no St a Merkt run Mutt kick run i Wryte run a-17,97 no to syr acute fir i do 25 i rut Verdi 90 291 5279 petting Verdi 99 37 return Verdi 02 14 Pellet 110 4-7 2 punt 2 27 37 Fumble to Lett m Al in Iti to Ardt 4 20 1-4 Clemson rally upsets favored Georgia tech Clemson. So. Apr Clemson overcame a rash of mistakes and a to Point Georgia tech Lead to Surprise the favored yellow jackets 21-17, saturday in the 44th football meeting of the longtime rivals. The tigers came alive Midway of the third Quarter when they were trailing 17-7, and Rode the passing and running of substitute 09 tech a to 7 of Clemson 0 7 7 7�?ji cd a cum Winghim in pest mom a la it Burgott kick i amp Etc Smith a got Rucker i run sol kick got re a to of intercede Iez Row Smith kick Clem a cello Cut i run Burgee kick i Clem Cun Nign a 4 pos from o be n Burgess sick a a 42. Too be ted cd men Section c sun., sept. 29, 1974 Fin Douai la 23 rut net Verdi 42 107 7247 petting Verdi a 47 return Verdi 9 45 Pettet aim aim punit a4i 579 i amt get tot i 4 7 Pene Tiet Verdi in Sas quarterback Mike o Cain to Victory of Cain came off the Bench in the third Pend and guided Clemson on two touchdown drives helping the Clemson cause was 6-5 tight end Bennie Cunningham who caught two touchdown passes one for 12 Yards the other for four Cunningham a first scoring catch gave the tigers a 7-0 Lead but tech came roaring Back. First it was a 33-Yard Field goal by Danny Smith. Then it was an 11-play. 49-Yard drive with Adrian Rucker going the final Yard it looked like it might be All Over for Clemson when safety Eddie Porter penetrated a wave of blockers intercepted an erratic pitch out by quarterback Mark Fellers and ran 19 Yards for a touchdown Earls Clemson on 6c pounds Virginia by Jim Pettit Enterprise sports writer Durham Duke cheerleaders made their Entrance into Wallace Wade stadium saturday on a Beer truck the Only ride on tap for Virginia s Cavaliers though was on a rail. Cheerfully provided by the revenge minded Blue devils in a convincing 27-7 Duke Victory before 18.-250 fans. It was Dukes second straight win after an opening loss to n. C. State and avenged a bitter 73 loss to the Cavaliers last year at Charlottesville. Virginia is now 1-2. 0-1 in the Atlantic coast conference. Duke is 1-1 in the conference. Duke tailback Larry Martinez scored on runs of one and la Yards to Pace the Blue Devil win quarterback Hal Spears tallied on a two Yard run and tossed a 20-Yard scoring pass to flanker Randy Cobb for another touchdown Virginia a Lone touchdown came on quarterback Scott Gardner s six Yard flip to split end Ken Shelton. The Cavaliers led 7-0 at the end of the first period but Duke rallied for two scores in the second stanza to narrow the Gap to 7-6 and go ahead 13-7 at halftime. After intermission the Duke defense mugged the Cavaliers time after time while the offence widened the margin. Cavalier coach Sonny Randle was visibly upset with his team s performance especially considering Gardner a High ranking offensively. A we weren to ready to play and that a Only one Guys s fault. Sonny Randle Quot he snapped that was very very obvious out there today. If i can t get them ready to play there s no need to blame anyone else. We could have won this football game All we had to do is want it. I did no to want it and apparently no one else wanted it either Quot Duke however wanted it a very much and the Blue devils took it impressively. Martinez who has scored All a a Duke on 6c ?00b7 Duke 0 i 14 27 be Smet a it Mena Gardner Ijan aint kick dwt mfg a i la run kick a it Oukes com to pen men Speer we Ken kit cd o Uke Martinet run ptts to do out e Spee 12 r in i Beni pm it n r unit a it ski f in Dent hut Verdi Pettig Verdi return Verdi Pettet punt turn wet let in Iti to verde Virginia Ouke in to 4142 Mui 121 Ito be i 14 27 2 117-0 e a 127 2 4 7-05 2 20 Petty chasing 14th at Martinsville pin Down Mutual Verdi petting Verdi return Verdi Pettet Pun i Umo Lei let Penni diet Veldt i 41 117 122 i vim Sill is i 57 124 140 22 119 0 4 41 71 111 Maryland tailback Louis Carter pulled Down unc tacklers Are Bobby Trott Buss Conley Billy Murphy a wire photo Martinsville. A. Map a Richard Petty goes after his 14th Victory at Martinsville Speedway sunday and if he gets it he will More than Likely pick up his fifth grand National Stock car racing title. The 35-year-old King of the Road from Randleman starts this Premier $70,925 Short track old Donmon 500 from the front Row pole position Back in seventh place in a 36-car lineup will be Gale Yarborough the Stocky. South carolinian who is the Only Driver with a Chance of beating Petty for the richest racing Plum in the country Petty holds a Lead of just Over 500 Points Over Yarborough with Only three races to go after this one. Thus Yarborough needs to win the old Dominion and a 500-Niiler at Charlotte oct. 6 to carry the decision to the final race in november at Ontario Calif a it s win or bust a Yarborough admitted a everything has got to work from Here on in i must stay out of trouble and the cards got to hold together. It s As simple As that a Petty qualified his Dodge in the pole position Al a Speed of 84.119 Miles per hour Yarborough a messed up a on both of his qualifying laps and could do no better than 82 935 mph in his usually reliable Chevrolet. A it was a Case of trying too he explained a and trying too hard can rum you sometimes. I wanted to Start up front with Petty and put the pressure on him at the Start now it s a Case of catching up and that May take a while the starting Field is sprinkled heavily with Drivers from the modified and sportsman circuits who run regularly at the 525-mile Martinsville Oval. Throe of them Are Strong candidates to win. One Sonny Hutchins qualified a Chevrolet in the other front Row Slot Only Oil seconds off Petty s time behind the front Row however Are some of the grand National division s Best troopers Benny Parsons the 1973 driving Champion and Donnie Allison will wheel Chevrolet from the second Row Jimmy Hensley another modified Driver and Field the third Row spots in a Chevrolet and Ford tile Winner should come from the first four rows if it is Petty the four time Champion could earn $20,000. He received $1,000 tor taking the pole position and there is a $5,000 Bonus for leading the most laps in the race All on top of a $14,000 first place Check Yarborough who like Petty has won to events this year triumphed in the Virginia 500 at Martinsville in april and was paid $18,000 under a similar prize Money format the Petty Yarborough championship Battle is one of the tightest in the sports history. In addition to an equal number of victories each has completed about the same number of available laps in 26 starts and they Are 1-2 in the prize Money column Petty with $216,990 and Yarbrough with $211,213 and they Are the Only previous Martinsville winners in the lineup missing Are 1970 Champion Bobby Isaac and David Pearson third on this year s Money list with 61,265 Maryland Duke

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