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Jackets Work Out For Sanford Game

By "DES"
The Daily Commercial
November 14, 1956

Cries of "hit that dummy hard", "keep your head up in that charge", and "keep those legs churning"
echoed across the football practice field yesterday afternoon as the Yellow Jackets of Leesburg High
prepped for Friday's game in Sanford with Celery Feds.

Coach Earl Burt and the staff were real pleased with the teamwork and all around play of the Jackets in
last Friday's win over the Pasco High Pirates of Dade City and gave the entire squad a holiday Monday.

With a Junior Varsity game scheduled for the last night, practice was limited to some 13 members of
the
squad not scheduled to see action. The boys were introduced to three new running plays as well as
another pass play which completes the series of offensive plays they will have for the remainder of the
season.

With a total yardage of 208 yards in last Friday's rout of Dade City for Fullback Eddie Parker, Coach Burt
and his cohorts realize that Sanford and Eustis, the last two remaining opponents for the Jackets this
year, will be keying a lot on the big boy. It is with this in mind that the new plays have been designed in
order to shake the touchdown getter loose and get him into that secondary for the big yardage and the
all
important six points.

Today the boys will really be put through their paces with hard contact work on tap for all. Tomorrow they
will be tapering off with running drills and dummy blocking in an attempt to maintain their timing and the
all-around good spirit that prevails through the squad.

The team came through last Friday's scrap with the usual lumps and bruises and no serious injuries to
report. Tackle Jimmy Johnson was sporting a bandage on his are as the result of a skin abrasion but
is
expected to be ready for full time duty Friday. He was mixing it up real good with the rest of the boys
yesterday afternoon showing no ill effects from it all.