Aces Win Eastern 2-A Crown
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penalized 15 yards. This play
was set up when Tolley picked
up a Bulldog fumble on their
35 and reached the 5-yard line
before he was yanked down.
Another Edenton threat was
broken up when a Forehand pass
was intercepted near the goal
Beginning the second half the
Aces appeared to be a different
team. Forehand kicked, but the
Bulldogs could get no further
than their own 28 and were
penalized 15 yards. Dixon fell
on a fumble on the 15 and on
the next play he carried to the
1, from where Forehand crashed
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over for the second touchdown.
For the remainder of the quar
ter the ball see-sawed back and
forth with each team having
possession two times. The quar
ter ended with the Aces on the
To start the fourth quarter
Hopkins, Tolley and Dixon
worked the ball to the 11, from
where Hopkins blasted through
the line to score. A pass from
Forehand to Tolley was good for
the extra point.
Near the middle of the quarter
Fred Britton intercepted a pass
and returned to the Bulldogs’ 38.
On the next play Hopkins bulled
his way through the line, shook
off several tacnlers to negotiate
the 38 yards for a touchdown.
After Forehand kicked the Bull
dogs were held for no gain in
three pass attempts so they
kicked. Tolley returned to his
own 32 but the Aces were pen
alized 15 yards. On the next
play Tolley electrified the spec-
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tators when he broke through
the left side, eluded a few tack-i
lers and outran the Bulldogs for'
an 87-yard jaunt.
Bubba Hopkins and Jerry Tol-j
ley were the work horses in the 1
! offensive department. Hopkins
| was credited with 120 yards and
j Tolley 180 yards. Richard Dix
on and Leroy Spivey also added
yardage in their attempts.
Edenton’s defense lived up to
his reputation, allowing the
Bulldogs only 62 yards on the.
ground despite the fleet-footed'
Shelton. King, Warren and Carr.
The defensive work of Jimmy
White, Wayne Baker, Charles
Chthrell, Jack Sawyer, Fred
Britton, Leroy Spivey and Rich
ard Dixon, was especially out
standing. while others doing a
very creditable job were George
Nixon, Joe Mitchener, Alex Ke
hayes. Erwin Griffin and Don
A large crowd of Edenton
' supporters attended the game on
i a night whiih was ideal for foot
ball. The band also
was on hand to participate in
the victory which enables the
| Aces to compete with Hanes
High School of Winston-Salem
for the State Championship
j This game will be played in
Edenton on Friday night and is
i expected to attract a large
I Warren kicked for Wallace-
Rose Hill with Dixon returning
jto the Edenton 37. Hopkins in
' two plays was held for 4 yards
| and on the next play Rose in
; tercepted Forehand’s pass and
returned to the Edenton 22.
Shelton gained 2 and Carr was
\ thrown for a 3-yard loss. Fore
' hand then intercepted a pass and
i was dropped on the 5-yard line.
Hopkins was held to 5 yards and
| Tolley was stopped for no gain,
after which Forehand kicked,
i with the Bulldogs returning to
| the Aces’ 44. A pass was com
pleted for first down on the
: Edenton 25. Two plays netted
only 1 yard and Tollev inter
i copied a pass on the 15, and the
I Aces were penalized to their
! own 8. Hopkins smashed through
| the line for 9 and Tolley made
it first down at the 19. Hop
: kins picked up 2 and Tolley
' made it to the 20 for first down.
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Tolley gained 4 and Spivey’ 2
and Tolley then broke loose to
the Bulldog’s 44 for first down.
Dixo nadded 2 and Tolley then
broke away for the distance to
score the first touchdown. Hop
kins crashed through the line
for the extra point and the Aces
led 7-0. Forehand’s kick was
returned to the Bulldogs’ 22 and
two plays netted 4 yards as the
On a fake kick Rivenbark
passed instead and the Bulldogs
had a first down on their own
36. Two plays were good for
only 3 yards, a pass was broken
up and the Bulldogs kicked. It
was the Aces’ ball on their own
34. Hopkins picked up 6 yards
m two plays and Tolley made it
to the Aces’ 45 for first down.
Tolley added 7 yards, but on the
next play he was thrown for a
14-yard loss. Hopkins was held
to 2 yards and Forehand kicked,
with Carr being nailed on his
own 21. The Bulldogs were pen
alized to their own 11. Warren
and King together picked up 3
yards in two plays and Shelton
made it to the 30 for fiast down.
Tolley then picked up a fumble
and reached the Bulldogs 5-yard
line before he was pulled down.
Hopkins carried to the 1-yard
line and Dixon crashed through
tho line to score, but the play
was called back and the Aces
penalized 15 yards. Forehand
tried three passes, none of which
connected, so the Bulldogs took
over on their own 16. Two
passes went for naught and the
Bulldogs fumbled but recovered
and were forced to kick from the
12-yard line. The Aces returned
to the Edenton 46. Forehand
picked up 6 and Tolley 2, after
which Hopkins made, it first
down on the Bulldogs’ 41. Tol
ley was stopped for no gain and
Forehand picked up 4. Fore
hand connected with a pass to
Britton good for 5 yards, but on
the next play King intercepted a
pass on his 1-yard line. A yard
was gained as the half ended.
Forehand kicked and Warren
returned to the Bulldogs’ 28.
Jimmy White slipped through to
down Carr for no gain. . Shelton
and King were each held to a
■ yard and the Bulldogs were pen-
alized 15. Dixon fell on a fum
ble on the 16 and on the next
play he bulled his way to the
1-yard, line, from where Fore
hand went over on a quarter
back sneak play. The try for
the extra point failed and the'
Aces went ahead 13-0. Fore-1
hand’s kick was returned to the]
Bulldogs’ 17. Shelton gained 5
and then made it to the 27 for
first down. A pass was broken
up, King made 2 and Shelton 3,'
after which the Bulldogs kicked, I
with Tolley returning to his owni
39. Hopkins ripped off 8 yards)
but Edenton was penalized 5 j
yards. Spivey was thrown fori
a 12-yard loss. A pass failed'
but Forehand then connected;
with Britton on a pass which!
was good for 10 yards, after i
which Forehand kicked. The
Bulldogs returned to their own
40. Shelton added 3 yards and
Carr made it first down on the
50-yard stripe. King gained 4
and Shelton was stopped cold for
no gain, but the Aces were pen
alized 15 yards, putting the ball i
on the Edenton 30. Hopkins j
then intercepted a pass on the!
Aces’ 29. Hopkins added 5 yards!
and Tolley wiggled to the 40 for
first down. Spivey added 5 and
Hopkins was pulled down on the
Bulldogs 49 for first down as
the quarter ended.
Hopkins gained 5 yards and
Tolley made it to the Bulldogs'j
37 for first down. Hopkins tore
through the line to the 21 fori
first down. Dixon picked up 4|
and then made it to the 11 for
first down, from where Hopkins.
blasted his way for the Aces’l
third touchdown. Forehand’s j
pags to Tolley, was good for the)
extra point, so the Aces went ]
ahead 20-0. The Bulldogs re
turned Forehand’s kick to their
own 33. King and Shelton in
three plays gained 9 yards, but
on the next play Jimmy White
broke through to stop Shelton
for no gain and the Aces took
over on the Bulldogs’ 43. Tol
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Hopkins picked up 5, but the 1
Aces were penalized 5. Dixon |
added 2 and the Bulldogs took |
over on their own 38. Shelton
was stopped for no gain and
Britton then pulled down a Bull-i
dog pass on the 38, from where,
Hopkins, shaking off a number'
of Bulldog tacklers, went the j
distance for a touchdown. A
pass play failed for the extra
point and the Aces extended,
their lead to 26-0. The Bulldogs
returned Forehand’s kick to their |
own 36. After three unsuccess- j
ful pass attempts the Bulldogs
kicked with Tolley returning to
the Aces 32, but Edenton was.
penalized 15 yards. On the next
play Tolley 4n a beautiful piece
of running, with two Bulldog
tacklers at his heels, scampered
87 yards for the Aces’ fifth
touchdown. Try for the extra
point failed and the score mov-i
ed to 32-0. Shelton returned
Forehand’s kick to his own 33. j
King gained 6 but on the next
play George Nixon nailed him
for an 8-yard loss. Forehand
then intercepted a pass on the
Bulldogs’ 36. Sexton gained 3
and was stopped for no gain as
the Aces were penalized 15,
yards and the game ended.
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A Tyrrell County 4-H'er who
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county was awarded a S4OO
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Chaplin, 17, is a son of Mr.
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