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THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ll, 1976 t Pee :( m 'Wee League Banquet %/> ':' Pee- Wee Directors A nd Officers OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS, FLORALA PEE Robbins, director; Vice-President Tracy Henley; Secretary- 1976: From left, Hugh Hinson, Jim Caldwell, Treasurer Delores Roberts, and Harold McNeill, director. directors; Kendall Maraman, President; Marvin i i RAMS ACCEPT TROPHIES. Standing, from left, Roger Boy- ington, Shannon Roberts, Roger Harrison, Coach Ed Harrison, Coach Kendall Maraman, Carlton Palmer, Joey Jackson; 2nd row, from left, Virgil Davis, Andrew Goldsmith, Herb Maraman, Mike Fleming, Clete Pelham, Toby McDaniel, Tim Strickland; front row, from left, Tony Rawls. Ken Maraman and Carlton Boles. Not pictured, Dana Davis and Jesse Miller. The Rams had a hard luck season, losing one player, Roger Boyington, who broke his arm, Dale Bradley who moved out of town and a couple of boys dropped out. Though they didn't win a game, they made up for it with spirit and dedication to the sport. Standing, from left, Donnie Spicer, Jeff Brad- Beard, Shane McClellan, and Coach Joe Milton, Mike Johnson, David Johnson; seated, from Smith, Greg Windham, James Cobb, Bo Hattaway, Jack Henderson and James Henderson. Not / i i  pictured, Billy Jones, Jerry Washington. The Cowboys were 2-2-1 on the season, an improvement over last year when they had a winless season. Bo Hattaway was voted most valuable player for the Cowboys by the coaching staff. t THE UNDEFEATED PACKERS. Standing, from left, Bruce Thompson, Tim Hart, Godfrey Diggs, Marvin (Pep) Mays, Coach Paul Townsend, Bo Caldwell, Lewis Stone, Chris Vaughan; second row, from left, Marcus Mays, Dwight Stone, Stanley Wallace, Ar- chic McNeill, Bradley Jackson, Ricky Hart, Jimmy Stone; front row, from left, Charles Stokes, Reese Hutcheson, Andrey Tho- mas, Cliff Zorn, David Howard, and Stevie Wallace. In the past two years, the Packers have lost only one game, tied one and Won the balance, Townsend says that he has en- joyed working with this year's group better than any gone before them, and that the parents were most cooperative. PAUL MITCHELL'S TIGERS HAPPY WITH THEIR Back row, from left, Coach Mitchell, Philip Mit- Cassady, James Flemming, Sam Norman, Chris Johnson, Chad McCready, Coach Ed Hickman; from left, Scott Robbins, Virgil Henley, David Windham, Ferrell Spears, Scott Cook, Roy Hall and Kenneth Harrison; front row, from left, Dale Messer, Paul Smith, Chris McCready, Gary Carnley, Kevin Schofield, David Carnley and Stacy Nix, Not pictured, Junior Ammons. COACH ED McDANIEL POSES PROUDLY WITH 1976 JETS. Front row, from left, Ken Owens, Jeff Zorn, Nick Zorn, Scott Schofield, Pat Neeley and Matthew Perry; second row, from left, Scott Hughes, B. B. McLeod, Terry Goldsmith, Kenneth Mays, Wayne Schofield, Chuck Neeley, Ronald Morris; back row, from left, Keith Owens, Keith Martin, Craig Caldwell, Ashley Roberts, and Frank Pelham. Not pictured, Waymon Bass, Shawn Strickland' Kent Zessin and William Mount. The Jets had a losing season this year but... "Most of our boys had never played before. Just you wait until next year," say Jet coaches.