The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1928 Page: 76
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MOUNTAINEERS 6-STRAWN 19
Mineral Wells' hopes for a Class B cham-
pionship were lost when our county rivals,
Strawn, defeated the Mountaineers by the
close score of 19 to 6. The Mountaineers
scored first, late in the first quarter. Our
annual games were well represented by both
Mineral Wells and Strawn citizens.
KENNETH EVANS, Guard
CECIL EVANS, Full
CLAYBORN LINDLEY, Guard
REX MURRAY, Half
MOUNTAINEERS 12-MASONIC HOME 56
Masonic Home, combining a fast running
and passing attack, scored nine touchdowns
to our two. Captain Burchel made both
touchdowns, racing fifty yards for the first
score. Long end runs and passes were the
outstanding features of the game.
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