Sears Woods was there!
Players Sign With Seahawks
SEATTLE (AP) – Three more players—two draft
choices and a free agent—have been signed by the National
Football League Seattle Seahawks, General Manager John
Thompson of the first-year expansion team said Friday.
SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1976
IDAHO STATE JOURNAL
The signees include running backs Andrew Bolton from Fisk University, a fourth-round bonus pick and the first running back drafted by: Seattle, and Sears Woods from North Texas State, a 12th-round pick, and free agent wide receiver Ron Barnett from Texas-Arlington.
North Texas Mean Green
Source: CNNSI.comBrightest Moment: Winning 21-14 at Tennessee under Coach Hayden Fry in 1975 when Sears Woods returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown in the game's final minutes.
Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame Past Honorees
Web-posted Sunday, January 25, 2004
The Amarillo Globe-News
PSHOF Baseball athlete winners1958-Ken Grenewald, Amarillo High School; 1959-Gale Pringle, Amarillo Hold Sox; 1960-Larry Stroud, Pampa; 1961-Phil Linz, Amarillo Gold Sox; 1962-James Covington, Amarillo College; 1963-Paul Popovich, Amarillo Gold Sox; 1964-Jimmy Carter, Tascosa High and Trinity University; 1965-Leo Posada, Amarillo Sonics; 1966-Jens Hansen, Tascosa; 1967-Ken Hebert, University of Houston and Pampa; 1968-Bob Taylor, Amarillo Giants; 1969-Jack Pierce, Amarillo and Texas Tech; 1970-Chris Spier, Amarillo Giants; 1971-Johnny Kimbley, Dumas High School; 1972-Val Morin, Caprock High School; 1973-Doug House, Tascosa High School; 1974-Mike Hargrove, Perryton and Texas Rangers; 1975-Sears Woods, Amarillo and Northwestern Oklahoma State