65 Pt. Boro vs. Shore
Williams Guides Point Boro to 1 9-0 9-0 9-0 Win STATISTICS OF THE GAME Shore PL Boro First downs 4 14 Rushing yardage 75 234 Passing yardage 1 34 Passes 1-8-0 1-8-0 1-8-0 1-8-0 1-8-0 5-12-2 5-12-2 5-12-2 5-12-2 5-12-2 Return yardage 36 56 Punts 6-27 6-27 6-27 6-24 6-24 6-24 Fumbles lost 2 0 Yards penalized 20 140 POINT PLEASANT - Bobby Williams, playing only his second second game at the difficult quarterback quarterback spot, scored two touchdowns touchdowns and passed for a third yesterday, to lead Point Pleasant Pleasant to a 19-0 19-0 19-0 victory over Shore Regional High School in a Shore Conference Class C football game. The win gave the Point Pleasant Pleasant Panthers a 3-0 3-0 3-0 conference record and left them heavy favorites favorites to win the title. The loss dropped the West Long Branch team's tourney record to 1-1-1 1-1-1 1-1-1 1-1-1 1-1-1 ana virtually eliminated them from the race. Last year, Shore, Point Pleas ant, and Wall snared tne cnam-pionship. cnam-pionship. cnam-pionship. Gains 88 Yards Williams, substituting for the injured Charlie Cordani, ground out 88 yards in 11 carries, averaging averaging 8 yards a try, to bear the brunt of the Panther of fense. Cordani, who hurt his ankle in practice about 10 days ago, is expected to be ready for Southern Regional next week and Williams will be returned to his halfback slot. "He really came through for coach 1 -.w -.w ft- ft- V ,4wju - ' 4 vviAi Dave Rola (32) of Point Pleasant moves up field while teeammate Dan Mancuso tries to block out Shore's Bob West and Dave Vaughan. Point Boro won 19-0. 19-0. 19-0. (Press Photo) Devils gained on the ground j. Anu offsides penalty brought j Havard Lee on the one to set was more than the combined j the ball to about the two and up the score, total of the first two Panther Williams drove it over from , foes. ; there two plays later. The winners often hurt them-1 them-1 them-1 Shore fumbled away a punt Lee and Vitale turned in outstanding outstanding defensive games for he said. "But we take them one at a time. Next week we play Southern at their field and we are going to try and prepare prepare for them."