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/6 15[OGRESSIVE and Chester. Calif. October 15, 1959 INJURIES 9Wfn It100|1200$ ..... team that had given 7 POints in its three games came apart a- tougher team at Loy- Urday afternoon -- and Indians %&apos;ent down Score in Last Second Gives Vol 27.25 Homecoming Win A touchdown scored with 1 second remain, ing on the clock gave Chester High School's Volcanoes a 27-25 homecoming victory over Herlong Saturday, Fans were near hysteria on the game's final play, their relative complacency having turned to despair as Herlong moved in front of the Vol- canoes 25-20 on a 67-yard pass play with less than a minute remaining in the game. After trailing in the game 5-0, Chester moved ahead to take a 13-6 lead over the visitors in the second quarter. Herlong tied the score early Vikings in front. But following the next kickoff. Meeks---trapped 15 yards behind the line of scrimmage on a pass play---threw a desperation underhanded pass towards the scrimmage line where it was caught by lvol Sheets and carried to the Herlong 10-yard line with 21 seconds left ira the game. Two plays and a time-out later, the Vols were on the Herlong ll-yard line with 7 seconds left. Meeks passed to Jim Webb in the end zone on the next ])lay and the clock stopped with 1 second remaining, as Chester scored the by a se,),e of 56-19. in the second half; but Chester went ahead again. 20-13, after the next by injuries to kickoff with a 56-yard march. starters early m the Indians went Herlong bounced back into the game three plays later with a 55- the motions and put up! yard pass and run and trailed 20-19 going into the final quarter. token defense as the Chester played close to the vest during ost of the final period and Piled up a lead c 44 third quarter, then apparently had lost the game when Herlong's desperation pass put the I/ofrd Cunningham, [ of the Greenville run- was taken from the an ambulance in the and was later trans- the local hospital with brain concussion. big Ed Gar- !mspitalize<l lemporar- P, ee injury. squad r,embers-- 'and Richard Humph- Indians' other stellar and defermive mai- -- were not in be?n sidel, ined ier this season. recovered a fumble early in the the indians had tak. kickoff and mov- first dcwns. Loy- rrmrched for the first a quick 6-0 lead. Greenville was Loyaltcn reserves as the Grizzlies in- margin to 44-0 dur- Jackie Sobrero (right) poses with the 202-pound, 4-point buck she bagged recently in the Wheeler Mountain area. At left is her younger sister. The girls are daughters of Mr and Mrs Frank Sobrero of Taylorsville, point-after to win 27-25. Jim Webb was outstandin/ on both offense and defense for Chester. He carried the ball on three touchdown plays and received a pass for the Volcanoes' other TD. He passed to Meeks for one point-after-touchdown and carried over for another. In addition he participated in a lion's share of the tackles. Chester JVs Win 29-0 Chester's junior varsity eleven i36-yard line by Chester. Looney scored an easy 29-0 victory over!ran for 11 yards, a penally set Herlong in the homecoming day i, the ball back to the 30-yard ,Chester took the game's (:pen- ing kickoff, and Webb earned for 9 and 7 yards before Her- long recovered a fumble on the Vikings 45-yard line. The Vik- ings punted on 4th down with two yards to go and Chester took over on the Volcano 23- preliminary game at Chester istripe. Glines picked up 8, Loon- Saturday. holding an outmanned icy 11 and a first down. After YaM%e:epassed to Webb for 25 Viking team to a minus net another penalty, Looney ran for rare. s b a! r . .... ,S Ut Peters intercepted an- yardage during the contest. 14 and set up a 2-rare seonnglother ,ass at MfM . . rghq u VurtlmeCbleea:d Ofr r!eqer! PolTt'geheeh:PY'N;efi;?iiie;?0! Chstrtliyad d "ri!iiebB:w  ! of'the game's opening kickoff on er. tihe Vikings 45-yard line. Glines The ,third quarter was score- ran for 20 yards, Peterson for less as the Vikings held and 25, and Newman went over from stopped a touchdown march on the l-foot line on a quarter-:fheir 14-yard line. Herlong punt- back sneak. Looney scored the led from the 13-yard line sever. point-after on a cross-buck and! al plays later and Chester ran the Vols led 7.0. i back to the 27. Several plays after the next .After a 5-yard po- Ry, Glines kick Peterson intercepted a Her-[P irked tip 15 yard ,,nd a first long pass on Chester's 37.yard down on the 17-yard line. New- line; a fumble several plays lat-man passed to Looney for 17 er returned possession to Her- yards and a score on the next long on ,the Viking 39. Consistent play (the second of the final losses and two penalties put the quarter) for another touchdown. visitors back on the 10-yard line, Glines carried over for the point. quarter ...... finally scored _ s late in the 1 D'- 1 C1  D1 9 1 !and a bad pass from center gave (-ore 29-0) ..... Vikings lm'epaTed :to pun. A bad . I . Ilnal p,.rlud enued as lse by the eventual LOCat FlSlOl DIIOOICY Floors 3ra the Volcanoes a safety on the , ; . .... . ",pass from center resul,ted in an 37 points. : next play. (Score 9-0)  Herlong los 5 yards on the ser- !  ,,a .,o. ,. "the  ,,,,. ,. ies of downs following the next t where Chester took possession '* , " Greenville area men tempe.t- lapid fire. i The Vols returned the free . l Webb picked up 8 yards, then w.., ,..,. ', u .... mg m the State F.air touxnament ! Stcckton took 8th place in the I kick to Herlong 45 as t:he quart- i kickoff ' " '-cr., ....... ,,'v,,,' .... '*"' ,.- sponsorea uy  e u tea Revoav- l sharDshOote r_ class with an ag-ier enaea. . ; . $[ SAYVI-E YAIDS2"IOK' i 9 for another touchdown. (Sre av .... ...t.,, i er Club of Sacramento on Sop-lregate of 797. [ Gllnes picked up two strmght, Vhet , , " arloag 13-$, Chester) , ,v, a ....... v- [tember 20 included Ken Hunter   first downs before 'Looney ran . 'ir, i,,wn ru,i,, o _ _ . Mr a oob mth I\\;-\x-\"\'l an r he c First downs passing 1 [ An exchange oz punts corn- s Burl Waifs ndland Karl Ay " e expert - 16 yards for other  e 2" 9 WotM fir, t dew,,  nleted th first ihalf from Sacramento i class: Clyde Stockton, Nye and I _ PAT try failed. (re 15-0) "-'9 Yardage gained rushinz 7 [ -- .,,._ ..=__ oo-__,_" " _ ..__ g of Mr and  Bryce Bogue in the sharpshooter  'EATHER RIVER L-AGU - 'r,h^ ,m-t ..... ,t ..... a h .....  6 v,:da,, },, ,a,hi,," 4a [ an Z AL openea wan .... t: ....... ', ..........  ......... 2'23 :\\;el, yardage ruhin4 -')6 the Vikings running the kickoff !class. [ W L T pf 1: kick to hetr own 40.yard line. J Yardage passing t" b " " .... ack to thmr 30-yard hne. Silva 240 Tot;d nPi yardage ')4 5 l'an,,s anempted 6 ] I',e complet.d 6 ' Had intereel,t ed 1 5 No of kh'kolit 2 26, Kit kin,: a x i.ra'c 35 l Ydg kirkoff rvtuln t 0 No. nf l)lHl :2 PIHI [in average 261,) 24 Ydg IHIIIt r't'  tl'll .... 20 Yards p,malized 30 1 Lost ball, fumbles t Mr and Mrs James Hunter finished third in the Loyatton 2 0 0 97 31 Losing 19 :ard.s in three plays ....... " .............. they punted our to their 46 and were Pauline's !expert aggregate with a sore t Portola 1 0 1 38 6 the hall vcas returned to the Uncle, Mr and Mrs I of 846 (22x) behind a top score I Greenvfl .................... from Cedar Rap-!of 853 Ayoob placed 16t:h, with Chestm'le .............. 1 1 0 28 56 .--------._-_._______.___ Al,so, Pauline's par-!an 825 aggregate. " '  " .................... 1 1 0 39 66 Scoring by Quarters: Quincy, Mr and Mrs l Hunter placed second in the i Quincy .................... 0 I I 6 15 Chester ........ . 9 13 0 7---29 v.,exe river. . i .22 slow fire match and third in !Herlong .................. 0 2 0 25 59 k:erlong ........ 0 0 0 0-- 0 Caliiornia's Leading Bowling Plant Opens at Quincy Pioneer Bowl. he new 12-al. Icy bowling establishment re- cc.r..tly built in connection with B:.yd's Market in East Quin- cy, will hold its oficial grand opening tcmorr.ow (Friday). to Tomorrow The new facilities boast ma- eonst;lting room and rest ny outstanding features, in- rooms The lobby fbmr is coy- eluding entirely automatic trod v,th watt-to-wall carpet- operation. In add)tion to the i::g. aAleys, .the building cont.alns   , a riaek bar. supply roem. ba.r DINNER POSTPONED The potluck dinner planned by the Chester Republican Wo- I:$T WISHES-- .s, AYOOB'S ENT STORE, INC. ed for 18 yards, then to Griffin for 5 yards and a score. The PAT try failed. (Score 6-0, Herlong) it After herheneXt kiCktookChester iwas held; Vikings over on their own 42-yard line. A pun,t was blocked and went out of bounds at the 44-yard line ,three plays later. Webb ran for 23 yards, Shees for 1 and 4. Webb then carried 15 yards o a TD and passed t:o Sheets for the point-after (Scoe 7-6, Chester) After receiving the next kick and rurming three plays, the again connected on a long pass, Silva receiving, good for 67 yards /and another score. The PAT try [failed. (Score -20, Herlong) men's club has been postponed / Then came ,the series of pl,ays f:om Oct 13 to Oct 27 (Tues-H,n the dying seconds 2a,t gave day). The dinner wll be held *he Volcanoes a victory with one at the Legion Hall, beginning seeon,d remaining on the el_ak. a,t 6:30 pro. (Score 27-25, Chester) v----------..----. -----v--. ----------------- The kickoff reception as "DHE YARDSTICK: l fumbled out of bounds by Her. ghester Herong long as the final gun sounded. 4 First down rtthing , First down  INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: " Total ['if'st downs 7 i60 ardage gained rushimt 9?2 Chester tcb gcrln lost ave 10 Yardage lost rushing !5) Net yardage rushing 102 Ydg ained /)asll'lg "..'52 Ttal Net Yardage 1 7 Pases a, ttompted ,, Passes cam girted [ [lad intercepted 15 [nterception runbarks 5 No of kiekoff 41 Kicking average '2!: |'unl Jag average 107 Ydg kickoff returns 1o Ydg ])Ilrlt retura - ard penalized l Lost ball. fumbh, - On', Inlnt I)h, cke(I coring by Quarters: Chester .......... 0 13 7 Herlong ........ 6 0 13 2 90 26O 350 20 9 1 5 39Lz g 51 2O " INI:VIDUAL PASSING Chester air comp int yds 7--27 Meek.s, .......... 13 5 1 113 6--5 Webb .......... 4 1 0 2 Webb ....... 15 Meeks ........ 3 Sheets ...... 6 En.os ......... 2 Her.long Bow ............ 6 Silva ......... 6 Baleom ...... 9 No 21 .......... 8 .......  ..................  *Herlong Bow .............. 18 Use the Want Ads Balo00 ...... 2 114 9 7.00 8 0 2.67 20 1 3.17 5 0 2.50 28 0 4.67 14 2 2.00 29 2 3.22 20 0 2.50 9 I 261) 0 0 0 AND TRUIT OXPANY It-'T WISHES TO PIONEER BOWL ON ITS'GRAND OPENING @ (IOOD "LUEK, BOWLERS. AND your headquarters /or v Bowling Shoes V Bowling Shirts (made to special order) Hint Wogom PIONEER PLAZA BOWL picked up a yard before Bow hrew a long pass ,that w good for 69 yards and a score. Fol. lowing a 5-yard penalty, Bow !passed 7 yards to Peters for the point-after. (Score 13.13) Chester returned the net kick to their own 44-yard, line. Sheets picked tip 8 yards and a pass fell incomplete. Peters was in- !jm'ed and left the game on the I next play, Webb picking up 29 yards for a first down on the !Herlcng 19-yard line. Webb car- ried twice more to the 4-yard line, Sheets picked up 3 yards, aP, d Webb went over from a yard out. He ran for 2 more yards and the PAT. (Score 20-13, Chester) 'Ihe Vikings slartc:t on thei 34-yard line after the kickoff. Ba!(xm picked up 13 yards in t\\; , ( ;i! [es. [()W thell conl!etH. ed on mv:,{her hmg pa.,*s, tim play !g)inl; 55 yards to a 'ore. A i kick attcmpt wa. blocked on the point-aRer play. (Score 20-19, [Chester) i Meeks paed to Webb f(>r 30 i yards after Chester received bhe next kick; but the Vols were then hc.ld and punted to the Her- ]onz 11-3,a','d lmc. Webb inter- cepted a pass some time later on Chester's 43-yar(i line ar, d ran back to 'the Viking 42. The Vols were again held and punted Io 'he Viking 1-yard line on a fine kick by Webb. The Vikings picked u,p two first downs on the ground before Bow