DEFENSIVE DOMINATION ? A North Myrtle Beach Chief ball canrieR located at the bottom of this
pile is surrounded by West Brunswick defensive players during Friday's 3N-0 Trojan win. The West
Brunswick defense held the Chiefs to minus 32 yards rushing in the contest. Closing in for the Trojans
are, from left, Aldwin iMnce (32), Donnie Warren (56), Jerry Reeves (8H), Wayne Branch (2), Bobby
iMvette (50) and Shawn Stevenson (34).
StAff PHOTOS ?Y JOHNNY CHA1
TROJANS ROMP ? West Brunswick tailback Steve Holmes (5) dodges a North Myrtle Beach defend
er in Friday's 3H-i) Trojan romp over the visiting Chiefs. Holmes gained 2F, yards on three carries to
help the West Brunswick ground game which tallied 269 yards. The Trojans finished the contest with
319 yards in total offense.
A II . . AS TROIANK rqmp 38-Q
Aldwin Lance Scores School
Record Five TDs
BY JOHNNY CRAIG
'Ihe West Brunswick running
ganie awoke from its preseason dol
drums in impressive fashion last
Friday in the Trojans' 38-0, season
opening football romp over visiting
North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Senior tailback Aldwin Lance
scored a school-record five touch
downs, including his first on a 66
yard jaunt on the Trojans' opening
offensive play of the game. Lance
finished with 148 yards on 11 car
ries to lead West Brunswick's 269
yard rushing attack.
And it was the Trojan defense
that was equally impressive, limit
ing North Myrtle Beach to minus
32 yards on the ground and 10 yards
The West defense was so domi
nate that the Chiefs failed to register
a first down until the closing minutes
on their final possession of the game.
"I've never seen a better defense
this early in the season," said West
Brunswick head coach Marshall
Seay. "However, I never really ex
pected us to dominate the game de
fensively because I saw North
Myrtle Beach in a preseason game
last week and they attacked the line
of scrimmage very hard."
Despite its output, Seay was a lit
tle hesitant to praise the offensive
"It's hard to evaluate our offense. I
do feel as though the offensive line
did a little better than our last scrim
mage against East Duplin a week
ago. Lance scored on the first play of
the game so what can you say."
The first Trojan score came on a
counter-gap play made famous by
the Washington Redskins and first
used during the days of former
Super Bowl MVP John Riggins.
"We set the counter play up with
our power side of the offensive line
and it was good for us all night
long. When you've got a player the
size of Tony Caison (6-3, 291)
pulling all the way down the line
and Daniel Russ (6-4, 225) right be
hind him, that's a lot of weight
moving to the weak side of the de
"By and large, I was very proud
of the effort. The kids worked hard
and have worked hard all preseason.
This is an emotional ball team.
They don't show it with a lot of
'rah, rahs," but when you snap the
football they really get alter it."
"They all miss George," added
Seay, referring to George Daniels,
the former football/baseball stand
out who was killed in a auto acci
dent last May who would have been
a senior performer this fall on the
Trojan team. "I think they mean it
when they say this year's for him."
The Trojans stored on every firsl
half offensive possession bui one,
driving to ihe North Myrtle Beaeh
eight-yard line before losing the ball
on downs on their only non-scoring
Both West Brunswick offense
and defense scored in the first half
piling up a 32-0 lead at the break.
Lance scored the second of his
record five touchdowns with 1:30 to
play in the opening period to give
the Trojans a 12-0 lead.
The drive began on the Chief 31
yard line after Jim Grisscu inter
cepted quarterback Matthew Palm
er's third pass of the game.
Following Lance's 24-yard spurt
up the middle, the senior speedster
scored on ihe next play on a seven
West Brunswick's conversion at
tempts following touchdowns failed
all night. The Trojans two-point
conversion run and pass on the first
two scores bolh failed and West was
equally ineffective on extra-point
Grisscu returned a North Myrtle
Beach punt to the Chief 20- yard
line to give the Trojans excellent
field position on their next posses
Lance covered the entire 20 yards
himself on the two-play scoring
drive including an eight-yard run on
the first snap and Ihen getting his
third touchdown on a 12-yard dash
with 10:30 to play in the half.
Linebacker Konme Bradley re
covered a North Myrtle Beach fum
ble three plays later to set up the
next West Brunswick score.
Bradley recovered Anthony
Gore's miscue at the Chief 24 and
five plays later Lance waltzed into
the end zone from two yards out to
give West Brunswick a 24-0 advan
tage with six minutes left in the
North Myrtle Beach mishandled
the ensuing Trojan kickoff and was
forced to start its next (xtssession on
its own one-yard line.
Three plays later. Palmer was
sacked in lite end zone for a safety
by Trojan linebacker Daniel Russ
and defensive end Lonnie Mitchell
to give West Brunswick a 26-0 lead.
Another Lance scored the final
West Brunswick points of the first
half. This time it was Michael
Lance, a 175-pound sophomore, re
serve tailback, who scored on a
three-yard run to give the Trojans a
Another sophomore, Steve
Holmes, ran for 24 yards on the sec
ond play of the three-snap drive, to
give the Trojans first-and-goal at the
Engineering the drive was
sophomore quarterback Timmy
Daniels who entered the game re
lieving starter Brian Aldcrson. Dan
iels was one of three Trojan quarter
backs to see action.
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Backup Alilwin l.ance also saw
lime al quarterback beginning with
the second possession ol the second
It was on that seven-play, 45-yard
drive, that the Trojans scored their
Fullback Aaron Butler ran lor 36
of the yards on the fourth play to
give the Trojans a first down at the
Chief 19-yard line.
Three plays later Aldwin Lancc
scored on a 1 3-yard run to give the
Trojans their final 3X-0 winning
Butler also aided the West Bruns
wick rushing attack with >7 yards
on two carries while Holmes ran for
2X yards on three carries.
Aldcrson, who began the game
with a 101 -degree temperature,
completed two ol' live passes for 19
yards. Aldwin Lance completed his
only pass, a 31-yard strike to
Grissett on a tailback option early in
the first quarter.
Anthony Gore, North Myrtle
Beach's leading rusher from 1990,
led the Chiefs with seven yards on
13 carries. Brian Taylor also made
one pass reception for 10 yards.
West Brunswick continues non
conference play Friday visiting
South Brunswick, in the first of two
meetings this season with the
The two teams will also battle on
Nov. 8 to closc out the regular sea
son in a Wactamaw 2-A Confer
Friday's game. South Bruns
wick's season opener, begins at 7:3(J
N. Myrtle Beach W. Brunswick
2 First Downs 9
30-(- 32) Rushing-Yards 31-269
10 Passing Yardage 50
8- 1 Passes Att. ? Comp. 6-3
0 Passes Int. By 0
7-32 Punts (No.? Avg.) 2-37
2-2 Fumbles ? Lost 3-1
4-30 Penalties ? Yards 11-85
Score Bv Quarters
N. Myrtle Beach 0 0 0 0?0
W. Brunswick 12 20 6 0?38
?(WB) A. Lance, 66-yard run (run
?(WB) A. Lance, 12-yard run (pass
?(WB) A. Lancc, 12-yard run (kick
?(WB) A. Lance, 2-yard run (kick
?(WB) Safety, Palmer tackled in end
?(WB) M. Lance, 3-yard run (kick
?(WB) A. Lance, 13-yard run (pass
North Myrtle Beach: A. Gore 13
7, Floyd 7-minus 3, J. Gore 4-minus
24, Palmer 5-minus 20, Wilson 1-8;
West Brunsw ick: A. Lancc 1 1 -
148, A. Buder 2-37, Alderson 3-1.
Daniels 2-7, Holmes 3-28, M.
Lancc 3-7, Bradley 2-13, A. John
son 2-10, Stanley 1-3, Branch 2-15.
North Myrtle Beach: Palmer 0-7
1-0, J. Gore 0-1 -0-0;
West Brunswick: Alderson 2-5
19-0, Lance 1-1-31-0.
North Myrtle Beach: Taylor I -10;
West Brunswick: Bow en 1-11,
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