Abbott Technical High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Danbury, CT)

 - Class of 1964

Page 89 of 152

 

Abbott Technical High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Danbury, CT) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 89
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VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL anding-Coach Garamella, A. George, B. Harty, P. Ramey, J. Ellis, . Ryan, P. Snopkoski, S. Lorenz, I. Perkins, J. Thorne, J. Bogues, With his two stars and Co-captains, Joe Lahoud and John gues, Coach Daniel Garamella of Henry Abbott Technical Ehool had formed a tentative starting lineup by December. No Prognosticator looked for Tech to be the powerhouse highly competitive W.C.C., but as it stands, the Abbott ch. team of 63-64 was clearly the most outstanding quintet . the area. Getting invaluable help from sophomore flashes Bob arty and Charlie Ladson, Coach Garamella had accumu- Eed seven straight wins in the conference by mid-season en All-State candidate Bogues was injured. Definitely the most potent scorer and the most proficient bounder, Bogues' injury proved disastrous as the Techmen opped a big game to Ridgefield, league leaders. What is unbelievable is that the game turned out to be a rprising nip-and-tuck affair. Why? Team players of the likes of Phil Ramey, Harty, and Ivy rkins rose to the challenge and showed fantastic determi- tion and drive. This is the type of team that Tech. was. A ooth operating unit which literally dominated the W.C.C. ng with Ridgefield. The decisive game was at Tech. gym against a strong dgefield squad which was undefeated. It was do or die. As you all know, Co-captain Lahoud put on a one-man ow, establishing himself as undoubtedly the best player in league. J, Lahoud, P. Kennedy, C. Ladson. Again there is a story underneath this outstanding wing it being that Harty, Bogues, Ladson and Ramey worked smoothly and efficiently and fed Lahoud until the Wolverines had decisively proved their superiority. The true quality of this fine team showed itself in the W.C.C. playoff, again against Ridgefield. Behind the entire game, the Tech. squad was in foul trouble and inexperienced reserves came off the bench to win it for Henry Abbott Tech. Now recognized as a top notch quintet, the Wolverines were starting to be taken heed of throughout the state. Drawing a fjye in the first round, the Wolverines, under mentor Garamella, prepped for the upcoming game with rough Middletown, who went all the way to state champs. The rest is history, a season full of hopes and brilliant performances eradicated by a lucky shot with 10 seconds to go. Now that the Wolverines are out of the State Tourney and three seniors have played their last game, they are for- gotten. But the sparkling performance of Lahoud in clutch situa- tions, the bruising rebound of Bogues, and the steady, all- around play of Ramey, will linger with local fans for a while. For this was a team and both Bogues and Lahoud have unani- mously made the All-Conference team. And All-State nomi- nations are coming up. Congratulations to a great team led by two great co- captains and a coach in the true sense of the word. To us the Wolverines are state champs and they deserve it.

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