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Yellow Jackets Defeat Winter Garden By Score 32-0, Saturday Page 2, October 22, 1927, Leesburg High School, 1401 Yellow Jacket Way, Leesburg, Florida 34748, Gerald Lacey, Staff Writer, Carver Heights Quarterback Club
Yellow Jackets Defeat Winter Garden By Score 32-0, Saturday Page 2, October 22, 1927, Leesburg High School, 1401 Yellow Jacket Way, Leesburg, Florida 34748, Gerald Lacey, Staff Writer, Carver Heights Quarterback Club
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Yellowjackets Defeat Winter Garden By Score, October 22, 1927
Leesburg Head Coach Frank Banning
1927 Leesburg Yellow Jackets Football Archives, Yellowjackets Defeat Winter Garden By Score, October 22, 1927, Leesburg Head Coach Frank Banning, Leesburg High School, 1401 Yellow Jacket Way, Leesburg, Florida 34748, Gerald Lacey, Staff Writer, Carver Heights Quarterback Club
Yellow Jackets Defeat Winter Garden By Score 32-0

Coach Banning Is Able To Put Kids In For Last Part

"Stingers" Tear Holes In Opponents Line And Gallop Over

By Dan MacMahon
Staff Writer
The Leesburg Morning Commercial
October 22, 1927

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Entz received the opening kickoff, and Leesburg put the ball in play on its 30-yard line. Jimmy
Adams took the ball around left end for 30 yards, making a pretty run, stiff-arming three of the
opposing players. Jenkins and Cahill advanced the ball on a series of line bucks that brought the
ball to the six-yard line. Jenkins took the ball over, pivoting and running backwards for a
touchdown, after three minutes, 18 seconds of play. Point after touchdown failed. Score: Leesburg,
6; Winter Garden, 0. Leesburg's line was making tremendous holes.

Leesburg kicked, Moore making the tackle, Winter Garden put the ball in play on its 45-yard line.
Three line plays netted them five yards and they kicked on fourth down, Moore breaking through
and blocking the kick which was recovered by Winter Garden. They fumbled the play that followed,
Moore recovering. The hefty lad seemed off for a touchdown but was tackled on Winter Garden's
38-yard line. Successive plays brought the ball again within striking distance and Adams took the
ball over for the second touchdown after less than seven minutes of play. Cahill took the ball over
for the extra point. Score, 13 to 0, Leesburg.

Leesburg kicked and Adams made the tackle on Winter Garden's 30-yard line. Winter Garden
failed to gain and a punt was blocked. Leesburg ball on its 30 yard line. A pass after substantial
gains through the line was intercepted as the quarter ended.........
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