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W 1|tri i Jv ' Ia ' ' ’ U i Pulaski is stopped short of an extra point. Suiter (30) sets up a T.D. situation with the help of Lee (80), Crosswhite (52), and Wade (74). Suiter scores in the Covington game assisted by Hall (11), McCown (71), and Lee (80). The Cheerleaders congratulate the boys after their win over Pulaski. Tarpley (22) and Suiter (30) watch as the coin is flipped before the game with George Washington of Danville. Fry is brought down after intercepting a Byrd pass as Rum- ley (73), and Tayloe (84) help.
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■■ 1 if J ... ■ i ..TT 1, j IP t - k |if ' ■ ! m f ll ¥ i m iHf , 2 1 ' If ml - PPvIs v i ' • .Ja ' W ' fokT FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Bobby Hopkins, Randy Francisco, Harold Cogdill, Sidney Crosswhite, Jimmy Goode, Charles Bailey, Jerry Light, Kenny Etter, Donnie McCown, Sonny Tarpley. SECOND ROW: Dwin Banner, Charley Suiter, Larry Callagan, Jack Crosswhite, James Brown, Bobby Fry, Glenn Spangler, Pat Powers, Ritchie Davis. THIRD ROW: Wayne Hall, Lenny Tayloe, James Cecil, Jimmy Birch, Leonard Bell, Dennis Rumley, Bill Wade, Rodney Gearheart, Bill Lee. ! poot zCC The Wolverines opened their ’59 season with an 18—12 victory over Covington. The first touchdown of the season was made by Sonny Tarpley. Charley Suiter followed suit with two more touchdowns. In the second game, Blacksburg High School de¬ feated the Wolverines by a 26—0 margin. The first annual Sandlot Benefit Game was played against the favored George Washington High School on the opening game of their season. Charley Suiter powered over for the only touchdown from the 2 yard line. The conversion by James Brown made the score 7—0. The Greenbrier J.V.’s received a shellacking at the hands of the Wolverines as our team rolled up a 26—0 score. Two touchdowns were made by Harold Cog- dill. Jerry Light and George Bower also scored a touch¬ down each and Brown booted two points-after- touchdowns. William Byrd won a close victory over the Wolve¬ rines, 13—6. Sonny Tarpley made the only Lewis score in the fourth quarter on a two yard plunge. E. B. Broadwater night in Salem resulted in a 20—6 victory over the favored Pulaski eleven. Cogdill made two touchdowns, one of which was a flashy 85 yard kickoff return. Wayne Hall plowed through the line for the other touchdown and Brown added the remaining two points. The Wolverines were edged 43—6 in the Jefferson game. The big highlight in this game was Kenny Etter’s 74 yard run in the third quarter on one of Jefferson’s fumbles. Our Homecoming game was spoiled by Halifax County’s 31—6 victory over the Wolverines. Hall on a “keep” ran 6 yards in the third quarter for the only touchdown. Glass’s offense proved to be too strong for the Wol¬ verines. The Salemites were again defeated, this time 54—0. In our game with Fleming, Lewis made a T.D. in the first quarter only to have it called back for a five yard offside penalty. This seemed to break the morale of the team as the game ended 34—0 in Fleming’s favor. 84
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f ftcutcon, ?oot zlC “Bullet” Bill Dudley kicks as Choo-Choo Jus¬ tice holds the ball in their demonstration during the Sandlot Benefit game. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Kenneth Young, George Summers, Robert Wilheim, Jimmy Via, Jesse Perdue, Jerry Michaels, Richard Beach, David Bayse, Robert Moore. SECOND ROW: Ronald Ray, Larry Bell, Robert Hickson, Jimmy Perry, Jerry Neighbors, Buddy Buck, Scotty Spense, John Morrison, Butch Wright, THIRD ROW: Dennis Morgan, David Bowles, Roy Kinsey, Michael Robertson, Jerry Branum, Carter Melton, Paul Webb, Benton Higgs, Bob Barsley, Freddie King, Tommy Stinnett. 86
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