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Page 178 text:
The Bucs ran wild at Buc Stadium on November 6, scoring
their first District 6AAAA victory before 6,000 in the rain,
and defeating the Austin Maroons, 20-7.
ln the first guarter, backed up to their 27 after halting
an Austin drive,the Bucs picked up 8 yards and then Shugart
broke loose with a 65-yard run for a score. Dueitt kicked the
PAT with only four minutes gone.
The second guarter saw Henderson recover an Austin
fumble on their 44. Perales passed to Stevens for I4 and
then went around right end to the Austin six. An offsides
penalty moved to the T and Shugart again went over for the
SCOTG- Dueitt's kick was again good. Austin's tally was al-
most a gift, as the Maroon's Peterson intercepted a Perales-
to- Stevens pass and went 40 yards for the TD-Bernal kick-
ing the PAT.
ln the third guarter a 72-yard drive highlighted by a l3-
yard run by Shugart, a 26-yard run by Laurence, and an T8-
yqrd pass from Perales to Meharg put the ball on the Austin
2. Laurence hit right guard for the tally and the scoring was
The fourth guarter was all but a minute gone when the
Bucs drove to the eight, but Shugart fumbled and Austin re-
covered. Lindseyintercepted an Austin pass and went to the
25. A pass from Dueitt to Desalme went for a TD but a back-
field in motion penalty forced the Bucs to settle for their
x -ff, i'
Dueitt does it againl Graf holds the ball-as he
kicks the PAT for that extra point.
Miller Au t
21 First downs
318 Yards rushing
37 Yards passing
9 Passes attempted
3 Passes completed
T Passes intercepted
3 for 36.0 Punts average 6 for 30 3
5 for 45 Penalties 5 for 25
3 Fumbles lost
Miller's fullback Bruce Shugart sees a big opening
in the firstquarter of the Austin game 'and goes 65
yards for the first score of the night. Behind Shu-
gart is Miller guard Jimmy King i75J.
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Roy Joe Moore
Reserve I letter Reserve
Cecil Lira Jimmy King Eugene Spencer
Guard 190 Guard 135 Guard l"0
2 letters I Zetter Resene
6 First downs 5
l24 Yards rushing 65
13 Passes attempt 14
4 Passes complet 4
28 Yards passing 35
0 Passes intercep 0
2 Fumbles recovered l
42.5 Punts average 29.9
2 for T0 Penalties 2 for 20
At the right, Miller's Graf breaks into the clear to pick
up some yardage late in the third quarter and spark the
drive that kept the Bucs in the Jeff end of the field for
the rest of the game.
Thomas Jefferson's surprising Mustangs from San Anto-
nio stymied Miller in Buc Stadium and came up with a 0-0
tie in the Bucs' District 6AAAA opener on October 23.
The first guarter featured a neatJeff running game which
moved the ball to the Miller nine, while the Bucs could
make only one first down.
lt was the second guarter before Miller could muster up
any kind of an attack. Miller outgained the visitors 39 yards
on the ground to 8, and completed two out of four passes
while Jeff stayed on the ground.
ln the third guarter Jeff marched from the Miller 39 where
they had recovered a fumble to the 24. A Jeff pass went for
what looked like a TD, but anillegal shift penalty voided it.
Late in the third Lindsey got off a 60-yard punt that was
pinned on the Jeff 6. Uuesada then recovered a Jeff fumble
on the TO, and from then on the play was in the Mustangs'
end of the field.
The fourth guarter opened with a punt by the Mustangs.
Miller drove to the T5-Jeff punted to the 37-Miller bounced
back to the 5--Jeff punted again. This time Miller couldn't
move but a Buc punt to the Jeff li and a partially blocked
kick put the ball on the Jeff 4l. Aided by yardage gained by
Graf and Shugart, Dueitt broke loose for the longest run of
the night-around left end to the 4 with 25 seconds left.
Stevens failed to gain and on the next play Shugart made it
to the three yard line iust as the final gun sounded.
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Lindsey connects with the ball as Meharg comes
in with him. Stevens goes in to lead the way.
6 First downs I2
65 Yards rushing 265
ll Passes attempted 3
4 Passes completed 0
0 Passes intercepted I
24 Yards passing 0
42.4 Punts average 34.5
3 for 45 Penalties 8 for 50
Miller High used second and third stringers almost ex-
clusively in Shirley Field in Laredo on November 13 to beat
Martin High 33-6-the Bucs second District 6AAAA win
against one tie.
The first guarter saw' the first stringers play for only
long enough to pick up a two-TD margin-Sanchez making
one standing up after Stevens returned a Tiger punt to
Laredo's 365 and Sharpe getting the second after a Laredo
punt rolled out on the Tiger 39. Dueitt's first conversion
was good. Then Groom fell on a Tiger fumble on their 13 and
Dolan carried over three plays later. Dueitt's Conversion
The second guarter opened as Falcon returned a Tiger
punt to the Laredo 30. Five plays and three penalties later
Dolan went over for his second score of the game. Dueitt's
kick was blocked.
ln the third guarter the Tigers showed a little more fire
and set up a TD oftheir own, sparked by iump passes from
Gongalez to lbarra. 4
The fourth guarter saw the Tigers score on apass lateral
play. Miller scored its final touchdown on a drive from their
l8. Laurence made 30 on five tries and Hansen made 12 on
three. Laurence then carried over from the l, and Dueitt made
his final kick a good one.
ThreeMiller Bucs, including Bob
Graf H63 converge on Laredo
runner early in the first quarter
of the game as Raymond Tamez
C825 comes in to assist.
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