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SPORTS I i II I Ponchatoula High School DATE SCHOOL PLACE TIME Oct. 11 Sumner Away 4:30 Oct. 16 Loranger Home 4:30 Oct. 18 Independence Away 4:30 Oct. 23 Sumner Home 4:30 Oct. 25 Loranger Away 4:30 Who can beat Springfield? 1984-85 " oo.., , TIMES REPORTER Voile all has lifted the Spring- field Bulldogs to a 6-0 district A position. -l"ea Their outstanding 52-6 win over Woodland last week landed their first district game. Shaft Robertson The Bulldogs plundered a whopping Cory Palisi 305 yards rushing led by Manuel Denotes District Matche Robin Castell Rosemary Womack Dixie Guagliardo Tina Hurst Doni Thompson Martha Davis Kandee Crowe Jamie Shelton Connell's total of 108 and a massive total offense of 348 compared to Woodland's 187. Springfield kept the ball moving for 15 first downs yet only penalized for 25 yards the whole game. In all aspects, the team has improved greatly. The Bulldogs cranked up the ,.. ,.. ,., ., ,.., ,., ,.., , ,.., ,..., ,..., ,.., ,.ww Lori Miller season with a 3-17 record but they Buffie Hutchinson have joined as one at make the season :.AnOV's ACE The only clue as to their secret is their Mgr./Scorer -- Kila Baker opportunistic form of offense, a hard HARDWARE  } Angle Coaches - Rosie Jackson Ruiz hitting defesive line. intermotivated .K Sh00tlng -._.. . Greenies D0wnPr,ces   triumpth 20-7 These awesome looking dogs win clash with pine Friday in their home- coming in Springfield. They are: T. Butch Coals who is returning from the players and a new head coach. Throw in kearney Foster's passing force with that of rushing artist Manuel Connell and connect to recievers like JoJo Davis, Bart Kennedy. Terry j P injured reserved list, Keamey Foster and also returning from (Times Photo By Duane Sohm. T. Butch Coats. David Charles Abels. Larry Freen Richard Herring and you answer to the Bulldogs With each sandwich or box dinner purchase. Busch 6-Pk. 10oz. $1 MHler Lite 6-Pk. 10 oz. 00.69 Budweiser 6.-Pk. 10 oz. Milwaukee's 2. q 6-Pk. 12 oz. $1.7, Golf meet starts Thursday SLU-Oak Knoll Golf Invitational i begins Thursday with 11 teams dated for competition. The two-day Tour- i nament will be playdd on the 6,169- .yard, par-72 course at the Oak Knoll Country Club, located just eat of Hammond. Gal. Flav-O-Rich Milk $2.19 ] 0 Lbs. ice REMEMBER: There is a convenient Skle E to our gas F store, and car wash by using South 8111 Street. tjoseph H Simpson II 'Attorney at Law " , i,'CP'O'. IJoz i017 . ,Am|re, La, For the convenience of my. Ponchatoula, Springfield, Bedico, Robert, Hammond , & Albany clients Please take note of mydirect clia[ ,number tO my Amiteoffice 542-0-403 oth Holmes and Powell who combined :o power past midfield, a 15 yard screen aass and a remarkable 24 yard Faulkner pike to Sophomore Brett Chatelain. Gaining the first down, Chatelain wrapped up his best catch of the season s he sprang out and single-handedly. an a long shot, netted the ball on the Demon's six yard line. Ponchatoula's own offensive weapon Henry Powell then hammered straight :hrough the Demon line up six yards to alunder into the endzone to score. The fans in the stands flustered in aure effervescence over their home :eam's performance. With 10:47 remaining inthe second :luarter, the Greenies prevailed over Franklinton 14-7. The Demons opened the door for the Waves six minutes later as Johnny Reno resplendently recovered the Demon's punt return fumble deep in Demon turf at the 19 yard line. A power drive executed in four plays !or 19 yards included a Faulkner I0 ,ard spot pass to Pat Knox and on the :hird of three jousts up the middle by Powell. he hammered in to score, ,vhich elevated the Wave lead to 13 oints. The Demons had no alternative but :o get QB Reggie Tate to pass long and .'onnect to receivers like Causey and Cook. But Green Wave defensive linemen 'like Hutches, Jeff Darouse, Pat Miller, Johnny Reno, David Bryant and ,hawn Manchette cased in their every 3"love. Ponchatoula left the Demon team :rawling and their coaches cursing as :heir final drive was stomped out with 3ryant and Manchette's sack on Reggie Fate. The Green Wave pulled off another 0vin, triumphant over Franklinton in a ?0-7 match "We just played good football and :hat's what we will continue to do in the alayoffs," commented Wave Coach idney Wilkinson. The Greenies will defend their 5-1 , :listrict title as they venture out to battle Bogalusa Friday night. At Bootsy's Deli 1 Medium Fountain drink 365 W. Pine St. Here are some specials to help you through the ihconve created Oy the road construction on Pine St. Call Call 386-3034 386-3034 AT B0otsy's Self Serve 1 III  By DUANE E. HARRIS , Akllll///tl } Times Reporter H w y. 51 S. H a m m o n d magic to knock out the Green Wave as Your Choice LAA  :hey shut out AAA champs Franklinton : (/. zAMES   EIYoc?  20-7. Used Homes Four-and-one Ponchatoula throttled . //, '  :nto the turf with a fired-up disposition an a quest to win. ranging from $3000 up to $6900 "  The Wave's Henry Powell powered Jp into the endzone to light the board w,, " , ..... , O'.'NA::o',,''o  ffofAsaFaulkner'shandoffwhenthe Ropes ropes $500 down /1111111111\\;\\\\\\ l 'v-0l  lame was less than two minutes old. ,,,,,//////1111111\\;\\\\\\ 700,ol  Unable to gain yardage on their punt :eturn. the Demons were forced to punt 84Is and 8Sis are now in {  ;ight back due to Shawn Manchette's  . ack on quarterback Reggie Tate of the , A."Gr.nsw.per" ll..Ti. Sprlng Rek -- Demons.,o,,o,,, ,.e Come see our 16ft. w00de Home r'- Features 22 oil-temlrl tines, Demons' own Rayfus Causey ventured ,,4 Lawn Rake ..... '. It won't rust, tines can't twist Ezy-Lo soketand48"tndle " :henme n a 45 yard play which led up ttwo yard ]  ,  r 0"  keeper. Reggie Financing available at 14.9 interest " loose or pull out. 48" handle. ., Fate edged in to score on a two yard ' :lrive.aptin executed preceding their 02 'a,d Come by or call C harlle, Jim or Page ' Q " 0vas tied at 7-up.Fallwing their extra point, the game 54112 2 Awakened by the disturbance, the  Greenies challenged the Demons up -- ; .:rent as Clem McKay soared up 20 LO-K "t Now in Stock ards on return to gain an optimum field 3osition.  k'........., ,, ,.., , , , ., ., ., w w wwr..==..i.j....i...,..,..,..,....,.....,...,.. Ponchatoula took hold of the match ,, 'T- V'-T TT --It- It lit l ---- ---- ---------- v )y executing powerful offensive trategies through the efforts of 186 ound Joey Holmes and six foot. 195 ound Henry Powell. Their massive 68 yard drive :Iownfield included quick pitches to Big Jim's Mobile Homes clash with Pine Friday.