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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1976 PAGE 7 i i.~ i MEMBERS OF THE JETS ARE: Keith Martin, 57; Craig Cald- .~I41~ERS OF THE UNDEFEATED TIGERS are (from Left) Philip Mitchell, ,lames Flemings, Johnny Johnson, Chris Mar- well, 44; Ronald Morris, 86; Ashley Roberts, 99; Kent Zessin, ~th Harrison, Roy Hall, David Windham, Johnny M~)oney, tin, Mark Cassady, Chad McCready and Sam Norman. Not pic- 15; Johnny Adams, 95; Wayne Bass, 97; Frank Pelham, 18: Miller, .Paul Smith, Michael Poston (second row, Gary tured is Ben Palmer. Coaches are Paul Mitchell and Ed Hick- Keith Owen, 34; Kenneth Mays, 19; Richard Stewart, 84; Shawn ~ey, Dale Messer, Scott Cook, Virgil Hin'ley, David Carnley, man. ~ Strickland, 14; Mathew Perry, 26; Scot Schofield, 10; Nick Zorn, Schofield, Junior Ammons, Farrell Spears, (third row) ii ee 12; B. B. McLeod, 3; Jeff Zorn, l; Rance Widding, 46; Pat Nea- ley, 25; William Mount, 2; Chuck Neeley, 33: Ken Owens. 22; Terry Goldsmith, 13; Coaches are Ed McDaniel, I-:d N~*ley, Jerry Strickland and Milner Perry. ction ] I I TIGERS SCORE ~-0-0 VICTORY OVER JETS A large crown was on hand as the Tigers and Jets met in the opener. The Tigers led by "Road Runner" Cassady and "Scoot- er" Mitchell downed the Jets by the score of 20-0. Cassa- dy accounted for 2 TDs and Mitchell I. The Tiger front wall, led by "Killer" Johnson and"Brui- ser" Norman and company, stimied the attack efforts of the Jets. The Jet attack was led by "Flipper" Fleming and "Speedster" Mays, offensive standouts. Defensive stars were B. B. McLeod and Ash- ley Roberts. The final score was Tigers 20, Jets 0. 19.76 ARE: Tony Rawls, 31; Carlton Palmer; 50; 99; Herb Maraman, 24; Ken Maraman, 65; Toby 70; Shannon Roberts, 90; Joey Jackson, 60; Roger Boy- Clete Pelham, 30; Roger Harrison, 55; Virgil Davis, Lotion 67; Dane Davis, 15; Tim Strickland, 77; Tony Webster, 74; David:Pool, 18; Boyd Caton, 42; Mike Fleming, 44; Andrea Goldsmith, ~ Scott Simmons, 75; coaches are Lamar .. Mitchell, Kendall Maraman and Ed Harrison. Cheerleaders are: Pamela Harrison, Mary Lee Gundrum Donna Lynn Thornton, Lisa Williams and Maria Bondaio. PACKERS TROUNCE RAMS $4-0 In the second game Tuesday, Paul Townsend's Packers downed the undermanned, but gritty Rams to the tune of 34-0. The speedy Wallace brothers and Mays turned the corners on reverses for big gains. The front wall of the Packers fea- tured the play of Jeffery Diggs, Bruce Maddox and teammates. The stubborn Rams on defense featured the hard hitting of Carlton Palmer and Goger Harrison, just to name a few. On the attack, Mike Fleming and Carlton Palmer led the way for the Rams. Final score-- Packers 34, Rams 0. The fans have a double treat in on Pee Wee football nights this season. Not only do they enjoy the action of the foot- ball players, but each team has its own cheerleaders. To- gether, they are really enter- taining. If you haven't had an opportunity to watch the Pee Wee action come out to Mat- hews Stadium on Tuesday and Saturday nights. JET CHEERLEADERS ARE: (front from left)MelissaCassidy, Valeria Bass, Sfephania Tllorn- ton, Mandy Fowler, Debbie Smith. (Back from left) Sharon Martin, DeShawn Clark, Gina Gaut- hey, Becky Huckabaa, Melissa Hobby, and not pictured is Charlene McCartney. V ~-~RS:~t" coached by Paul Townsend. and John Manning, l~,.'_Is Vanghn as their most valuable player. Chris pulled ~:'~ments in his leg and may not be able to play any more ~'s~.n. Packers are: (from left) Reese Hutcheson, David IN," ~'aarles Stokes, AunIra Thomason, Rickey Hart, Cliff w .,,.,~ m~t~I~]. OF THE COWBOYS ARE Michael Schofleld, Billy IJ~ ~t~ Windham, Jack Henderson, Tommy Beard, Bo Hatta- ~'~ I "~radlev, James Cobb, Shane McClelland, James Hen- Zo~:n and Bruce Maddox. Second row: Lewis Stone, Stevie Wal- lace, Dwight Stone, Archie McNeill, Bradley Jackson, Stanley Wallace, Bruce Thompson (back row) Chris Vaughn, Tim Hart, Marvin Mays and Geffery Diggs. derson, Mlke JoSnson, David Johnson, Coach Floyd Melton, Ken Williams, Head Coach Joe Melton. Not pictured is Coach Keith Smith. JET-TIGER ACTION SATUR- DAY NIGHT OCTOBER 9 It was a cool October night, perfect for football, Saturday, for Pee Wee action at Mat- hews Stadium. A good crowd was on hand to witness an ex- plosive offensive display by the Tigers and the Jets and the Cowboys and Rams. In the first game, action was furious and fast, producing some fancy running by both teams. The Tigers' "Brui- ser" Cassady exploded for Z TDs on runs of 37 and 46 yards while "Scooter" Mitchell ran 12 and 29 yards for two TDs. The passing of "Flipper" Fle- ming was outstanding for the Tigers. The defense was led by "Killer" Johnson and Nor- man and Co. "Speedy" Mays scampered for 2 TDs on runs of 60 and 65 yards for the Jets. B.B. McLeod played his usual good game on Jet defense. The final score was Tigers 9-6, Jets 14. COWBOYS SHUT OUT RAMS I$-0 The second game Satur- day night saw the Cowboys shut-out the Rams by the score of I$-0. The attack was led with QB Bryan Smith calling the shots, Smith pas- sed to Donnie Spicer for 1 TD and swept around the end on a keeper for a 60 yard score and plunged over the middle for the third TD. Outstand- ing defensively were Ken Williams, Donnie Spicer, Dave Johnson and Bo Hattaway. The gritty Rams were led by Carlton Palmer and the hard running of QB Mike Fleming. Also, Roger Harrison stood out for the Rams. Final score Cowboys 18 - Rams 0. A lot of credit must go to the coaches who work with the Fee Wees, giving of their time and talents so that these youngsters can become famil- iar with the game of football at an early age when their interest is at an all time high. TIGER CHEERLEADERS ARE: Lori Cassady, Tracy Boyington, Donnilla Quails, Aldron De- nise Carson. Sony Simmons, Murunda Maria Carso~n Cecilia Price, Tammy McDonald, Trumona Carson, Laron Bass and Victoria Amanda Cobb. by Morris Myerson A special thanks to Marvin "Cossell" Robbins and Jimmy (Dandy Don) Powell for their play-by-play announcing of games and to referees Fate Dukes, Henry Evans and Jim- my Powell, who prove them- selves dedicated to the youth of this community through their service. COWBOY CHEERLEADERS ARE: Cindy Peterson, Stephanie Franklin, and Jackie Lee. "+ CHEERLEADERS FOR THE PACKERS ARE: Leslie DeVaughn, Kim Vickers, Adrian Vickers, , Michelle Holder and Amy McDaniel.