Echo’s From the Past _lowres

The original publication from 1985 reads: "The Greensburg Wildcats rallied from an early deficit with two touchdown passes from two different quarterbacks to a score 14-7 over Buras Friday night. The Wildcats started the game on the wrong foot when they fumbled on their opening drive on the one-yard-line and Buras turned it into a quick touchdown. In the second quarter Greensburg tied it with a 30-yard scoring strike from Tommy Travis to Joe Coleman. The winning touchdown came with just four minutes left in the game when quarterback Craig Simmons climaxed an 80-yard drive with a 30-yard scoring strike. Both of Greensburg's extra points were kicked by Mitch Bridges, who also scored a touchdown. Aside from those two passes, most of Greensburg's offensive fireworks were supplied by Darrin Wrye, who registered 116 yards on 20 carries.Defensively for the Wildcats, Coleman had two interceptions and Charles Womack and Bryan Morris each had an interception. "We are very proud of the team," Wildcat coach Jerry Worsham said. "That was the fourth straight AA team we played, and we beat three of them." PHOTO CUTLINE: Defensive Wildcat ends who will try to contain an explosive Country Day offense Friday night. Wildcats are #36 George Brumfield, #66 George Tucker and #84 Blake Meadows.

Each week, we’ll take a look back at photos published in The Echo. The feature photo for this week’s Echo’s From the Past is from the Oct. 2, 1985, edition of the St. Helena Echo.