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1974 BVHS Football - #7 Admiral Farragut

1974 BVHS Football - #7 Admiral Farragut

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VerotSeekingWinNo.7
1
,nOll-yard
mark,
havinggained818
III
118
carriers
with15
touchdowns.Riverdale
can
also
'watch
wt
t
hinteresttheresultsoftheWinterHaven-Auburndalecontest.
Thebattle
of
stale-railkedunbeatenssendsClass
AAAA
WinterHaven(No.
2)against
Class
AAAAuburndale
(No.4).River-dalehostsAuburndaleNov.8.NorthFortMyersHi,Charlotte15.
CHARLOTTE(4-2)
at
NORTHFORT
'Vi
YERS(2-3)-TheCharlotteattack
sputteredlastweekina3-0
winover
DeSoto.
while
the
RedKnightshavefoundtheoffenseastheymovebackintotheirownleague.Charlottehasiden-ucal2-1recordsinboththeCoralCoastand
South
Floridaconferences.BishopVerol35,AdmiralFarragut0
A.DMIRAL
FARRAGUT(l<l)
VS.
!:;!SHOPV
EROT(6-0)atShady
Oaks
Park-Verotis
nearing
the
"meal"
of
liS
schedule,buttheSt.Petersburg
ream
shouldbeawarm-upforLaBelleandMooreHaven.CoachFred
Thlerers
Vikingshad
better
notbebreathingeasy,I'oraplayoltshotisstiliadistantpossibility,
,......._.......~,_,.._.t__
1.
NaplesHighSchoolStadium_.The
up:
setoftheweek.
CoachBillBroxson'sTrojanshavetakentherapforthe
"!loft"
schedule
they'veplayedin
rollingupa
4-0-1
loginLely'sfirstyear
ofoperation.
TheConchsareabonafide
AAA
school,
and
this
one
willgiveTrojanskepticssomethingtotalk
about.
Sarasota21,FortMyers13
FORTMYERS(3·3)
at
SARASOTA
(4-1-])-Awinoverhighly-regardedVenicelastweekmustgiveCoachSamSirianni's
GreenWavealift,butthe
Sailors
shouldbringthem
backtoearth.SarasotaholdsawinoveralwaystoughMerrittIsland,andFortMyershasn'tseenanythingthelikesoftheBrevard
team.
Okeechobee
14,Immokalee7
1MMOKALEE·(5-1)
at.
OKEEC.HOBEE(5-l0-
These
(j11~-
beatensshouldgoattooth-and-naiLTheBrahmanshaveplayedthetougherschedule,butlmmokaleestillhasplayoffaspirationsandthiscould
I
riggertheIndianstothe
upset.
GladesCentralzu,Naples
j)
NAPLES(0-5)
at
GLADES
tEN-
n~~~.(5~O~!)_:--
Winless
Naples
will
maytryto
retaintheNo.1
passing
pos
lionhelost:,toNorthFortMyers'
Da
KeJlylast
week.
Clewiston13,Jupiter12
CLEWISTON
(1-5)
at
JUPITEI(3-2-1)-CoachPeteValentino'sTiger
are
tryinghardtowinNo.2.
They
cam
closeaainstonce-beatenOkeechobe:last
week.
Clewiston's
schedule
isone0
the
toughest
AAslates
inthestate.
DeSoto22,AvonPark7
DESOTO(1-5)atAVONPARK(0·5-1'
-TheBulldogs
havegivenA~A
rival:Venice
andCharlotteahard
timethr
pasttwo
weeks.
DaleReedenleads
the
DeSotorunningattackwitha
5.6yard!
pel'
carry
average.
Lastweek:7
wins,
2.Josses.Oct.•778.Season:39wins,
171055es,
2ties.Pet.
.6!t6.
I'
SCHOOLRECO~DS,
Wi
I.osTied
Bishopv.erot0.0
Riverdale
1
01
Lely
(t
0
J
Immokalee510
Charlotte4
'I
0
MooreHaven
!
a
2
0FortMyers330Cypress
Lake
22
2
 
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'~~''::';''':':''-
SluggishVerotScores7th
Win
ByKENPlCKING
News-PressSportsWriter
Bl
shop
Verot
did
not
play
li
ke
thestate's
4th-rankedClassA
team
Fridaynight
at
ShadyOaks,
but
thenAdmiral
Faragutonlyplayed.likeaSeamanSecond-Class.Thus,
another
Viking
victory.
The
seventh
ofthe
season,
mosteverbva
BishopVerot
club.And
again,
the
Vikingsreliedontheirrushing
game,
274
yards
thistime,
for
the
36,-16
triumph.
But
evenso,
B-1
Iwasnotjubiliatton
after
the
Verot
Parents'
Night
game.
"We
played
good
enough"
to
win
tonight,"
said
Viking
undefeatedfirst-
yearheadcoach
Fred
Thierer."Butwecan'tplaylikethat
against
LaBelleor
Moore
Haven
or
we'Ilgetbeat.",
Thiererwasbeinghonest.Supportofhisstatementwasdisplayed.Hewasa
littledisturbed.
about
his
state-ranked
club
struggling
against
a
1-5
opponent.
"Atthispointintheseason,the
coaches
andfans
can
do
little,"
Thierer
said."Theguysontheteamhavegotto
wantto
wineveryminuteofeverygamefromnow
onor
that's
it.
It
is
that
simple."
TheBlueDevil
defense,
Which
displayed
excellentouts
idepursuit
againstthe
Vikingsweepsandquick
AdmiralF.B_Vefot
81418272777
1-5-16-22·2
5-353-<12
1-02.-06-604-48
7'080--15
8'SS12--36
l-vordrun(Bruce
Firstdowns
RushingyardagePassingvcrdusePassesPunts
Fumbleslost
Penalties
AdmiralFarragut
BishQOVerQt
AF-KeithGordan
Silverakick)BV-JaySheppard
13-vardrun(Dave
Kistelrun),
8V·--DavePeer17-yardrun(Kistelrun)
BV-Kislel
i-vcr
d
run(Kistelrun)
AF-Gordan
i-vor
d
run(Peor
lsonpass
from'Harrington)
BV-Kiste!
5-vordrun(passfailed)
BV-Sheppard
a-vur
drun(run
foiled)
pitches,heldSouthwestFlorida'slead-ingrusherandscorerJaySheppardto
just
89
yardsin
14carries
buttheVerotsenior
did
gooverthecentury
markinscoring
With
twotouchdownsforatotal
of
108
pointson
theseason.
Verot's
offensiveattack
swayed
awayIrom
Sheppard
forthefirsttimethis
season.
Quarterback
Dave
Kister.
picked
up
key
second
half
yardage,
65
forthenight,andscoredtwotouch-
downswhilequick-hittingDavePeer
shook
freefor
122
yardsandone
touch-down.
Farragut
dazedtheVikingsonthe
firstplay
of
thegame
asBretTeasdel
sprinted
for
a
67-j.
r
ardopening
kickoff
r
eturnand
five
playslater
Keith
Gordan
buckedover
fromthe
one
for
a
quick
BlueDevillead.
"Yeh.Thattouchdowninsultedusalittle,
r
guess,"
said
Thierer.
"It
Was
goodforthe
kids
ina
way,
because
for
thefirst
time
inafew
weeks
theyhada
gameontheirhand."TheVikings
have
rompedthelasttourweeksinarow
20cO,,60-12,
.44-9
and
70-0.
Afte'rFarragut's
score:
The
Shep-
pardAndPeerShow
went
towork
and
gaveVerota16-7
halftime
lead.Inthesecondhalf;withKisteldoingmostofthework,theVikingsslowly
began
to
puttheir
opponents
away,scoring
20
points
while
theDevilsjustmanaged
eight,
turningaSheppardfumbleona
punt
intoascoringdrive.
Hut
whil'e
theVikingoffense
failed
toclick
withtheprecisionof
weeks
past,
the
Verot
defenseal
most
completelychokedthe
Devils.
Farragutwas
limit-
edto18yardcs
rushing-and
onlypicked
up77
yardsondesperationpasseslatein'
the
game.The
two
Devil
touchdowns
were
not
duetoaVerotdefensive
team
letdown,
but
conversionsof
lapses
bythe
Vikingspeciality
tearns>-
firstthekickoffreturnand
then
therecoveryof
thepunt
fumble.
 
Bishop
Verot
Moves
Up
To
3rd
In
Class
AHighSchoolPoll
BishopVerotkeepsonrising..,in
the
Florida
HighSchoolfootball,
rat,
\,ings,thatis,
CoachFredTh
ierersundefeated
VikingsmoveduptothirdpositioninClassAwith58points,22behindfront-
runningFrostproof
and13inbackof
second-place
Branford.
Ver'otrnovedupfromfourthplaceafter-dumping
St.
PetersburgAdmiral
Farragut
35-15forthe
Vikingsseverrth
Winofthe
season.'BishopVerotgoes
against
area
rival
LaBelleFriday,andthenfinishesits
schedule
against10th-rankedMooreHavenandSt.Peters-burgChristian.
OutsideofVera!and-MooreHaven,
the
onlyotherSouthwestFloridateam
to
receive
votes
wasundefeated
River-
dale5-0-1)inClass
AAA.
Leaders.intheotherdivisionsare:InvernessCitrus(7-0)
'in
Class'AA,
Leesburg(G-O)inClassAAAand
TallahasseeLeon
(7-0),
inClass
AAAA.
''I
I
ClassAAAA1..
Tallahassee
Leon(7-0)80,
2.OakRidge(7-0)64.
3.WinterHoven(7'0)62.
4.
Winter
POl'k
(6·1)
47.
S.
JacksonvilleRaines
(6-0-1)34.
6.VeraBeach{5-0-l}29,
7.
Largo
(6-01
'25.
8.
FortLauderdale
(6-1)
23.
9..
MiamiBeach
(5-0-1)19.10.LakelandKathleen(5-1)14.,
Alsoreceivingvotes:CorolGables,OfieOFortPierce
Centrut.
Jacksonvi
lie
Forrest,
Lake
CityColumbia,
Merrih
Island,Miami
Killian,
Miami
Palmetto,
Orlando
Boone,So
rcsotu,Tallahassee
Goclby.
,ClassAAA1.
Leesburg(6-0)75.
2.
Glades
Central(6-0-1l71.
3,OcalaForest(6-0)61.4.Auburndale(6-1)45.,
tieTitusville
Astronaut
(6-0)45.6.Plantation(6-1)36.7.Delray8eachAtlantic
(4-11)
20.
B.
New
Smyrna
Beach
(6-1)17.
9_
Venice
(6-1)
15.
10.
Hollywood
Chcrninnde
(S])12.
Alsoreceivingvotes:Bartow,River-dale,Jacksonville
Bishop
Kenney,MacclennyBokerCounty,
MiltonPaltakaSouth,Starke
BradfordCountv..Tornpo.
Jesuit,Tarpon
Springs,
Venice.ClassAA
1.
Inverness
Citrus(7-0}76.
2.MountDora(7-0)71.
3.
LakeButlerUnion
Countv(7-0)60.
4.
Monticello
Jefferson
County
(6·1)55.5.
Century
(7-0)43.
6.Summerfield
LakeWeir
(61)36.7.,Pchokee(5-2)27,
8.
St.Petersburg
Catholic
(52)It
9.Wildwood(5-1)15.
,10.
Mulberry
(6-1)10..,.,~',
Alsoreceiv
i
n
g
votes:Boke;:-;BocaRa-tonSt.Andrews,BunnellIrlaglerPalm
Coast,Chattahoochee,CrescentCity,
DaytonaBeach
Lopez,
Madison,Mel·bourneCentrnl
Catholic,
St.
Cloud.ClassA
1.
Frostproof
(7-0)80.
2.Bronford(6-0)71.
3.Bishop
Verot
(7-0)58.
4.
Tollahassee
FAM
U(5-1)55.5.
Miami
Christian(7-0)50.
6.Apelochieola(6-1)33.
7.JacksonvilleU.Christian
(J-l)
25.8.MonticelloAucillaChristian(6-1)
20.
9.MiamiWestminsterChristian(6·1)19.
10.MooreHaven(4-2)
11.'
Also,recievingvotes:KeyWes
t
Im-
maculote,MiamiNorthw(~stChristion,
OakHall,
!j't.
Augustine
St.Joseph,
Sarqsoto
M00ney,
TampaBerkeleyPrep.
r''
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