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This year Andrew Lewis took on a new opponent. East Senior of North Caro¬ lina. The game, in which we beat the N.C. team 32-6, gave our team a fine chance to demonstrate the techniques that would produce a highly success¬ ful season. In this play, Richard Spence catches a first down pass as Jackie Hendricks doubles back to block. Russo struggles to steal the ball from an N.C. player. Larry Bell is all alone to catch a long, long pass. Quick thinking, and very effective blocking, (which rather tripped up N.C. player 25) en¬ abled Jackie Hendricks to shake loose and make a first down. 114
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EIGHTH GRADE ROW ONE: Lyn Wimmer, Lawrence Carr, Kenny Agerholm, David Harless, Tom Watts, Benny Childress, Dave Johnston, Gary Moore, John Givens. ROW TWO: Charles Lucas, Steve Mullins, Danny Ellis, Bill Dowdy, Kenny White, David Stuart, Earl Wayne, Randy Woolwine, Mike Yurich, Dwayne Ellis. ROW THREE: Manager: Ricky Mullins, Steve Day, Mike Henry, Steve Foutz, Kenneth Cop¬ land, Mike Poff, Freddie Amhrein, Glen Bowe, Steve Williams. SEASON ' S RECORD: 3-2. VARSITY HIGHLIGHTS X v A ■ 3n Ax X WWe ' W.: It is on the sidelines that the human side of a game is found. The field is for the physical — the hard running, quick thinking, and endurance a sport such as fo otball should develop. On the bench hurts are bandaged, curses made, and the most amazing words of consolation are passed among the boys. However, it is during the heat of the battle that they may lose sight of the fact that it is only a game. 113
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William Byrd, a City-County rival, found the Wolverines to be a tough team. In their attempt to defeat A.L., the Byrdmen had to contend with blood and thunder, of¬ fensively and defensively. In this play, Russell Harris, 43, City-County and West¬ ern District scoring leader, is up-ended after a 6 point play. Spinning away from one tackier while being hit by another, Rus¬ sell Harris drives for more yardage in the second half of the deadlocked E. C. Glass game. Plays such as this later won Russell a first-place berth on the City-County and Western District teams. He also received an honorable mention rating on State Group 1A and All State teams. Don Russo, our second leading scorer, gives a fake to a Hilltopper in a thrilling 35 yard punt re¬ turn. With the district title at stake, Russo tries in vain for that much needed touchdown. 115
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