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Page 10-B?THE BRUNSWICK BEAC
BY JOHNNY CRAIG
Pender took the liberty of
demolishing a county football team
for the second straight week Friday
with a 47-0 r >ut of West Brunswick in
the Trojaas' season opener.
The Patriots opened last week with
a 28-0 whipping of South Brunswick
and flexed their muscles even more
Krlduy over the confused and
"It was the worst exhibition of high
school football I've ever seen," said
West Brunswick coach Greg Norris.
"We just didn't do the basics such as
blocking and tackling "
"I can assure you it won't happen
again. 1-uckily the things that went
wrong are the type of things that we
can correct And that u u-hat we arc
going to spend next week practicing
on?basics and fundamentals "
While West Brunswick kept the
Patriots close throughout the first
half, Pender scored twice in both
third and fourth quarters to blow the
Pender's Dean Herring booted the
first of two field goais with 2:32 to
play in the opening period on a
30-vard attempt to give the Pats a 3-0
After a brief Trojan possession,
Pender struck once more in the
quarter on a 38-yard scoring run by
Corey Johnson The two-point conversion
attempt failed but Pender
opened a 9-0 advantage.
West Brunswick kept the Patriots
out of the end rone for a second time
midway in the second quarter when a
Pender offensive drive foiled ut the
West Brunswick 18 yard-line. Pender
managed to pad their lend, 12-0 on
Herring's 45-yard field goal with 5:30
left In the half.
Pender scored once more in the
half on an eight-play, 45-yard drive
capped by Kevin I'en! gar's five-yard
touchdown run with less than a
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minute to play. Herring kicked the
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The Patriots picked up where they
left off in the second half when
Johnson returned the second-half
kickoff 72 yards for the score. Herring
added the extra point and Pender
led 26-0 with only 16 seconds off the
Following another brief Trojan
possession, Sean lewis scored on a
28-yanl run and Herring kicked the
extra point for a 33-0 Pender advantage.
Pender turned a fourth-quarter
West Brunswick turnover into
another touchdown when Trojan
quarterback Gary Gore fumbled and
the Pats' Gary Hansley recovered
deep at the seven yard-line.
Pcntgar wasted little time and
scored on the next play and Herring
added the extra point for a 4<M) lead
with 9:20 to playWest
Brunswick had its deepest
penetration of the night on the next
offensive series as the Trojans advanced
to the Pender 28 yard-line
before losing the ball on dowas.
Pender tallied its final points with
2:56 to play when receiver Mark
Williamson hauled in a 77-yard pass
from quarterback Jeff Roberts.
Roberts pass was actually deflected
by a Trojan defeasive back but fell
into the hands of Williamson who
dashed to the end zone Herrino add
< <1 his fifth extra-point for the final
Tom Brown led the West
Brunswick offense with 94 yards on
Pender was led by Ix;wis who ran
for 102 yards on five carries and
Penigar who scored twice and ran for
96 yards on 15 attempts.
West Brunswick hosts I.lttlcfield
Friday in its home opener at 8 p.m.
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W. Brunswick Pender
9 First Downs 9
113 Hushing Yardage 246
31 Passing Yardage 97
18-3 Passes Att.-Comp. 7-3
2 Passes Int. By 0
4-22 Punts (No.-Avg.) 2-35
2 Fumbles I/jst 0
25 Yards Penalized 65
SCORE BY QUARTERS
W.Brunswick 0 0 0 0-0
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A golf tournament to benefit the
Shallotte Volunteer Rescue Squad
will be held at Brierwood Golf Course
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juarterback Gary Gore (10) is surscason
opener at Pender. Closing In
(P) Herring, 30-yard field goal.
(P) Johnson, 38-yard run (run
(P) Herring, 45-yard field goal.
(P) Penigar, 5-yard run (Herring
(P) Johnson, 73-yaru kickotf return
(P) I-ewis, 28-yard run (Herring
(P) Penigar, 7-yard run (Herring
n't nuiianisuu, //-yaru pass iroin
Roberts (Herring kick).
iment Is Oct. 6
on Oct. 6, not Oct. 26 as stated in the
Sept. 5 edition of The Brunswick
Registration for the captain's
choice event is $25 per person. Interested
golfers are asked to call the
Brierwood pro shop at 754-4660 to
register or to obtain more information,
said Greg White, spokesman.
Team representatives should plan
to attend an organizational meeting
for a county-sponsored coed softball
league to be held Monday, Sept. 16, at
7 p.m. at the Brunswick County
Government Center Planning
More information is available from
Doug White, athletic director for the
sponsoring agency, the Brunswick
County Parks and Recreation
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and Corey Miller (75).
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OUT OF THE POCKET?West Brunswick defensive lineman David Morse
(70) chases Pender quarterback Jeff Roberts (10) out of the pocket during
Friday's nonconference matchup. Roberts connected with Mark Williamson
for a 77-yard scoring pass In the final minutes of the game.
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