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BY JOHNNY CRAIG
West Brunswick kicks off its 1985
home schedule Friday in the firstever
meeting with 1-A I.ittlefield of
IBoLii ieams are looking for their initial
win as l.ittlefield and West
Brusnwick opened the season la(jt
Friday on a losing note.
The Trojans would just as soon
forget about last week's decisive 47-0
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loss to Pender. The loss was the sixth
straight opening-season defeat for
West Brunswick although the Trojans
are hot on the trail of revenge.
Meanwhile. L.ittlefield opened with
a 13-6 loss to Midway last week. Midway
has always been a traditional
football power though, having won
the state 1-A title a few years back.
Although Littlefield has the similar
team makeup of Pender. West
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Brunswick coach Greg Norris is hop- 1
ing that a different outcome is in t
"They have a big offensive line i
with a big fullback." said Norris of 1
Uttlefield. "In a way thev have !
many of the same ingredients that
Pender had but we are hoping for dif- i
ferent things this go around." 1
"The players have rededieated i
themselves to improving and have
worked very had this week at prac- i
tice. We have spent a lot of time in ;
practice working on basic fundamen- i
lais. sata iNorns.
While West Brunswick is looking to i
improve on basic blocking and tackling,
the Trojans are also having to 1
shake off an early injury bug. 1
Starting quarterback Joey (
Stanaland suffered a toe injury two i
weeks ago and was unavailable in the
loss to Pender. Reserve Gary Gore
guided the Trojans for the entire i
game but Norris feels that Stanaland I
will be ready to take the first snap 1
The Trojans all-star tailback. I
James Buffkin, is again ques- 1
Buffkin, who ran for over 1,200
yards and 14 touchdowns a year ago,
fell victim to a sprained ankle during
a preseason scrimmage against Topsail
and is only at 75 percent effectiveness
according to Norris.
"James' ability to play is still up in
the air. We probably won't know until
just prior to the kickoff."
Tackle Mickey Smith suffered a
dislocated shoulder earlier this week
in practice but may be able to return
Probable offensive starters for the
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McDaniel, Larry Grady,
ockett, Mark Jones. Jim
Dosher. Kerry Cumbee.
ihnson third row, Kelvin
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ackles l.eamon Clemmons and I
)avid Morse, guards Mickey Smith J
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Stanaland will most-likely return I
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dong with Buffkin.
Brown led the Trojans last week
vith 94 yards on 15 carries including
i game-high 32-yard sprint in the
Defensively for West Brunswick
will be Andy McDaniel, Clemmons,
lones and Jon (lore on the line.
Linebackers include Morse, Hoekett, I
[jury Grady, Elliott and Shean
L'umbee. Opening in the secondary
.vill be Gore, Johnson and Brown.
Named Trojan Of Week
Senior fullback Tom Brown was
named player of the week for his offensive
spark in last Friday's 47-0
lass to Pender. Brown's 94-yard performance
highlighted the Trojan ofFcnse
as Pender limited West
Brunswick to only 144 yards in total
Brown also saw action in the Trojan
defensive secondary as well.
In other Waccamaw 2-A Conference
action Friday, South
Brunswick hosts Aeme-Deleo,
Whiteville entertains Hallsboro,
Fairmont visits Tabor City, East
Bladen hosts Wallace-Hose Hill. West
Columbus entertains Bladenboro and
South Hobeson travels to Bed Spr- '
inns. North Brunswick has an open 11
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Pender rnn Its record to 2-0 while West Krunsulck tell to 0-1.
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