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WTHS 8th-9th Graders
Meet Brevard Here Thurs.
Wavnesville's eighth and ninth I ?
grade football team will play its ?
first game of the season here I
Thursday night meeting the Bre
vard juniors at 7:30 p.m. |j
Also on hand for the game will!'
be the Waynesville Junior Band ;
Coach Bill Swift announced this
starting lineup for the opening
Bruce Moody and Robert Allen at
?nds, Mike Leatherwood and John
Williams at tackles, Ronnie Gribble
ind Johnny Harrell or Howell
Fleece at guards. Clifton Shook at
Center, Alvin Gilliland at quarter
sack, Tommy Cotter at fullback,
Skeeter Robinson at left half, Ken
:ieth Rathbone or Fred James at
Some of these players also will
see action this season with the
WTHS junior varsity, Goach Swift
Also like the varsity, the eighth
and ninth graders will run from !
the T-formation, the coach added.
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"The Proud |
And The Profane"
Leo Edwards 6. Enka 0.
Murphy 26, Bethel 6.
Shelby 13. R-S Central 6.
Sylva 13, Erwin 0.
Owen 48, Marshall 7.
Canton 19, Brev ard C.
Waynesville 38. Reynolds 0.
Mars Hill 34, N. Buncombe 13.
Marion 6, Morganton 0.
Swain 39, Robbinsville 12.
Franklin 26, Cherokee 13.
Andrews 21, Hayesville 6.
Clyde 40, Spruce Pine 0.
Glen Alpine 55, Tryon 6
QUARTERBACK TRIO for the Mountaineers this
season includes reserves Wayne Pruett (left) and
Jack Holder (right) and varsity signal-caller Sam
Lane. (Mountaineer Photo).
Mountaineers Whip Reynolds, 38-0;
Clash With Canton Friday Night
By BOB CONWAY
Playing under wraps and with
?eserves in action a good part of j
he time, the Mountaineers scored |
an easy 38-0 win over the Reynolds
Rockets here Friday night, capital-!
izing on the visitors' fumbles to run
up a 26-0 lead at halftime.
Just as in the Bethel game, the
Mountaineers wasted little time in
scoring?pushing across their first
touchdown with less than four min
utes elapsed in the first quarter
That six-pointer came after Sam j
Lane ran a Revnolds punt back to
the Rockets' 20, Palmer picked up i
nine yards, and then Charles Rob-1
inson took a pitchout from Lane
and skirted left end into paydirt.
Hugh Grasty added the extra point
with a plunge through center.
A short time later, end Jack
Lewis set tip another Waynesville
touchdown tiy recovering a Rev- ?
nolds fumble on the 20 yard-line.
On the second play from scrim
mage, Neal Palmer rammed
through the line to the three, and
then went over from there. Grasty
again plunged for the extra point.
After Reynolds picked up a first
down with a pass and a lateral, a
Rocket back fumbled a handoff and
Jerrv Nichols recovered for WTHS
on the RHS 42.
On the second play from scrim
Waynesville Reynolds ^
First downs .... 16 6 t
Yds. gained rushing 257 20
Passes attempted .6 13 (
Passes completed 1 5
Yds. gained passing 35 54 *
Passes intercepted by 3 0
Yds. gained int'rc'pt'n 30 0
Punting average 0 38
Opp. fumbles reeov'd 4 2 '
Yds. lost penalties 30 15
mage, Sam Lane threw a pass to
end Tom Sparks who juggled the 1
ball and let it escape from his
grasp, but the other Mountaineer
end. Jimmy Fowler, right beside
Sparks, caught the pigskin in the
air and raced across for the touch
down. A 15-yard holding penalty
stymied the try for the extra point.
Waynesville tallied another TD
in the second quarter on a drive
from the Waynesville 46. with War
ren and Parris picking up most of
the yardage down to the goal line
where Warren bucked over and
Holder plunged for the extra point.
The Mountaineers narrowly
missed another touchdown late in
the second quarter when Sparks
caught a pass from Lane on the
Reynolds two-yard line, but
Waynesville was ruled offside and
the visitors took over the ball.
Trying to score, Reynolds took
to the air and Grastv intercepted
one fling and ran across the goal
line, but the officials ruled that
he stopped out of bounds and the
ball was brought back to the 20.
The half ended seconds later.
As the second half opened.
Vaynesville returned the kiekoff to
heir own 36. picked up three first
towns and then Grasty found a
iole over right tackle and sprinted]
!6 yards for the touchdown. The
ittonipt at extra point was no good.
Reynolds came back after the
ciekofT. got one first down on a
3ass, but then fumbled and Jim
ifall recovered on the 35.
Three plays later Ncal Palmer
skirted left end for a touchdown.
Attempting the extra point. Lane
was thrown short of the goal.
Midway in the third quarter.
Reynolds made its longest drive to
the game by picking up two first
downs on three completed passes,
but Lane's interception on the
Waynesville 42 ended the Ilocket
The Mountaineers then rolled
up three first downs, but lost the
ball on a fumble on the Reynolds
j With time running out, the
Rockets tried one last desperation
j pass, but Grasty intercepted as the
The excellence of Waynesville's
line play in the Reynolds game la
shown by the fact that the Rockets
never got past midfleld until late
in the third quarter, and picked
up only one first down on the
ground all evening. The longest
Reynolds run was a nine-yard
sprint through tackle in the second j'
half, when reserves were in the
Charlie Robinson did an excel-,
lent job subbing at halfback for!
co-captain Carroll Hooper, who
watched the fracas from the side
'ines. Robinson is a fast starter and
fits in well with the Mountaineer j
Reserve halfbacks Bill Moore. I
David Watron, and Tommy Parris
also showed up well against Rey
nolds as Coach Jaynes emptied his
For their first two games, the
Highlanders have done particular
ly well on Idckoffs, all except one
boot going deep into enemy ter
ritory or over the goal,
Waynesville tackling continued
on the enthusiastic side against
Reynolds; and the boys ought to be
ready Friday night to grapple with
j those burley Black Bears.
I On<> of the best tackles of the
evening -was the one turned in by
Bruce Davis on a kickofT. That one
was so hard it even hurt the spec
At the end of the first half, sta
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Canton Bears Win Over
Brevard By 19-6 Score
The Canton Black Bears put
icross three touchdowns in the
iecond half to whip the Brevard
Slue Devils, 19-6, at Brevard Fri
iay night after trailing 6-0 at the 1
The victory kept Canton's Blue
Ridge Conference slate clean at
1-0 going into the big game with
iVaynesville Friday night. Prev
ous loop wins were scored over
Bethel. 25-0, and Enka, 24-0.
Brevard jumped into a 6-0 lead
in the first quarter when Cecil
Lowery ran 90 yards on a punt re
Canton, however, toolrf'command
early in the second half when
David Bureh plunged over from
the six-yard line to cap a 90-yard
drive, and Larry Paxton place
kicked the point.
A Brevard fumble set up the
Black Bears' second touchdown
when Canton recovered the ball on
She Blue Devils' 35, and Burch
again scored with a line plunge
tistics showed that Reynolds was
four yards in the hole on rushing.
The Rockets did a little better in
the second half and ended up with
20 yards for the game.
after seven plays had been run.
In the fourth quarter, the bruins
tallied one more TD as Dewayne
Mllner passed 14 yards to Tom
Best for the six-pointer.
Canton had a big edge both in
first downs?16 to 6?and in rush
ing yardage?239 to 119.
First downs 16 6
Yds. gained rushing 239 119
Passes attempted 3 0
Passes completed 3 0
j Yds. gained passing 66 0
I Pesses intercepted by 0 0
| Yds. gained inter. 0 0
Punting average 35 37
Op. funmbles recov'd 1 1
Yds. lost penalties 35 15
HOUSTON. Tex. (AP)?Former
Rice baseball and basketball play
er Joe Wylie of Henderson, back
after Army duty with the Quarter
master Corps in Germany, has
turned to coaching. He's assisting
| in football at Lanier Junior High
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