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Page 29 text:
Striving to gain possession of the ball,
Mike Crumpton outreaches a Saluda
defender, preventing an interception.
JV football team members are: lfront
row! Grady Harman, Joel Shealy, Mark
Sax, Larry Williams, Mike Frye,- f2nd
rowl Mike Crumpton, Roger Backman,
Alan Chesser, Robbie Robinson, Bob
Cleary, Kenny Pricef l3rd f0Wf Walter
Anderson, Barry Byrd, Wayne Green,
Rocky Sease, Allan Lutz, and Craig
Losing the battle for extra yardage, a
VWnnsboro player finds Mike Crumpton
and Robbie Robinson in the'way.
Page 28 text:
Wayne Green and Barry Byrd listen
attentively as Coach Long gives last-
mmu te hzstructians,
Under the leadership of Coach
Long, the junior varsity "Mighty
Mouses" posted an even record of
four wins and four losses. The
strength of the team lay in the
performance of Mark Sox as
quarterback and Steve Jeffcoat and
Wayne Greene in the backfield
Contributing outstanding defensive
performances throughout the
season were Joel Shealy and Harald
In the season's opening game,
the "Mighty Mouses" downed the
Gilbert Varsity 28-20: the second
game brought a victory over the
Ifwnnsboro JV 14-0. Proving to be
much tougher were the next three
games which resulted in losses to
lrmo 27-74, B.C. 6-0, and Chapin
74-12. The JV "Mouses" then
posted two impressive victories over
Saluda 20-6 and Newberry 13-0.
Lexington lost the season 's finale to
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Discussing the second half strategy with
Mike Ard and Jimmy Baker, Coach
Sloan points out an offensive weakness.
Playing receiver l1sn't a facile task as
Layne Snelgrove demonstrates when a
pass is thrown a little too high.
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Via Team Unity
Riding a strong defense and a
consistent passing attack, the B
team "Lighteredknots" finished the
season with an impressive record of
5-3. For the first time, the B team
was composed of freshmen and
eighth graders, giving both an
opportunity to improve on funda-
Led by Jimmy Spence, the
"Lighteredknots" routed VWnns-
boro 38-0 in what Coach Sam Sloan
termed a "fantastic team effort. "
Eddie Baker came up with a key
interception to halt a Bearcat drive.
Eddie Davis completed a touch-
down pax in the last three minutes
of the game to claim a 6-0 victory.
ln their 24-12 loss to Airport,
me "Lighteredknots" reached the
seasonis peak of effort. Only in the
last quarter of play did Airport
break the 12-12 tie, putting victory
out of reach for the Wildcats.
Coach Sloan credited much of
the success of the team to the fact
that they played well together as a
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