67 Pt. Boro vs. Pt. Beach

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far'? W01 'T ktji ' jv , ., . 'Ss2" i - " " I, ii.iii.iiiiYin.ni mi i ni.nnufi .vi,.. jj,;iJ - r m.r1i Shore Regional' end Bob West (82) and Jackion't defender Bob Bartoff (22) both got off the ground for a long paw intended for West. It was intomplete. The teoms tied 7-7. 7-7. 7-7. (Press Photo) Point Boro's 90-Yard 90-Yard 90-Yard Drive Edges Point Beach by 7-0 7-0 7-0 POINT PLEASANT - Point Pleasant Boro High School edged game but outgunned Point Pleasant Bsach yesterday, yesterday, 7-0, 7-0, 7-0, in a hard-fought hard-fought hard-fought foot, ball game that opened the season season for the two neighborhood rivals. The Point Pleasant Boro Panthers mounted the game's only sustained offensive in the second quarter, when they marched 90 yards in 17 plays. Fullback Dave Rola, their top ground-gainer ground-gainer ground-gainer throughout the day, crashed over from less than a yard away for the score. Two plavs earlier, Charlie Cordani had completed a 27-yard 27-yard 27-yard pass to Dan Pizzi at the 2-yard 2-yard 2-yard line to set up the touchdown. touchdown. Jim West kicked the extra point. The Garnet Gulls of Point Pleasant Beach had two scoring opportunities, both resulting from Point Pleasant misplays, but failed to capitalize on either. Midway in the opening quar. ter. Panther punter Les Schei-ber Schei-ber Schei-ber got a high snap from center and was tackled at his own 19-yard 19-yard 19-yard line. The Beach offense couldn't get moving, however, and Point Pleasant took over again on downs at the 22. Early in the fourth quarter, Gull guard Fritz G u s m e r grabbed a Point Pleasant futile futile at the Panthers' 32, and Dick Harris followed with a 22-yard 22-yard 22-yard run to the 10. fOIM PLIAMNT BF.rH (CI tns Tnri, Koijrrh.er Tarkiea -riu -riu Bois, ftoher'son, Hojeri. Abromow it r Cruards Kielv, Petnllo, Doltor.. Cus- Cus- Bier. Ctntars Sasb Kim in: Vis. kt Dunn.. Harris, Carr, Francione. Mo Kenr.an Ho.ce r POINT PLEAMM (71 Ends Lea, Pirn. Yi'aie, Holier Ta'kie6 Van seven, Lino.stre.ir., B!r.Ttr. 3. rhsaitrreasm. Cuaj-ii Cuaj-ii Cuaj-ii Hatch. Ran Filijmo, CiarJror.e, West. Cental1 Holt. Bams Cordani. Kola. W'lHams. Sar-pent, Sar-pent, Sar-pent, irreioer. Van'uso. Puvmo, Monte-forte. Monte-forte. Monte-forte. Canalro. Handtterk. Prtjit Pieai-eot Pieai-eot Pieai-eot Keecn 0 0 fl ft 0 Pojii pieasant Boro 0 7 0 07 Tou.lto n Po a PAT West Ikirt). Cifliriam CoruitU, Piiuiskt Kadosls. lon. Ziemund. Wyoming Defeats Air Force, 37-10 37-10 37-10 LARAMIE, Wyo. tf) - Senior quarterback Paul T o s c a n o pitched four touchdown passes three of them to split end Gfne Huey to lead Wyoming to a 37-10 37-10 37-10 victory over the Air Force Academy yesterday trailed 10-9 10-9 10-9 at STATISTICS OF THE GAME PPBch. PP Boro First downs 4 Rushing yardage 68 Passing yardage 22 Passes 1-5-1 1-5-1 1-5-1 1-5-1 1-5-1 Return yardage 32 Punts 5-31 5-31 5-31 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 5 12 166 32 2-6-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 , j 10 The Point Pleasant defense stiffened, however, and the Gulls were thrown back and stopped at the 14. Scheiber batted down Mike Dunn's pass in the end zone on a 4th-and-7 4th-and-7 4th-and-7 4th-and-7 4th-and-7 play to end the drive. Point Pleasant also got a big break on which it failed to capitalize. capitalize. Late in the third quarter, the Panthers recovered a Gull fumble fumble at the Gull 21-yard 21-yard 21-yard line. The Beach defenders threw them back to the 30, however, and ' the drive ended with Scheiber punting into the end zone. Point Pleasant had the better better of thines both en th ermmH i. was hindered bv frequent pen-; pen-; I aides. One Denaltv. late in the I final quarter, nullified a 13-yard 13-yard 13-yard run hv Rnh William, u-hirh u-hirh u-hirh i would have put the Panthers on n ! ,o i , .... De(n s lu-yara lu-yara lu-yara line, ana iett them, instead, on the 33. That broke the back of the scoring drive. Rola and Williams were offensive offensive standouts for Point Pleasant, thanks in part to deft handofls from Cordani. Harris and Jack Ford carried much of the offensive load for Beach. Champion baton t w i r 1 e r Bibiane Dunston appeared with the Point Pleasant High School band at half time, and captivated captivated the crowd wi'h a routine using a flaming baton.

Clipped from Asbury Park Press24 Sep 1967, SunPage 36

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)24 Sep 1967, SunPage 36
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