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Page 33 text:
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'l nington, Budnick, Duff, Salmon, Shelton, D0-
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' Bel Air vs. Aberdeen 2-0
Havre De Grace vs. Aberdeen 0-2
Bel Air vs. .Aberdeen 3-3
Old Post Road vs. Aberdeen 0-2
Havre De Grace vs. Aberdeen 0-l
Sparks vs. Aberdeen l-2
Bruce vs. Aberdeen l-2
La Plata vs. Aberdeen 0-2
Centreville vs. Aberdeen 4-0
'I'he soccer squad under the leadership of their new coach. Roy Bloomingdale, opened the
season by having approximately thirty-four boys report for the first practice. The enthusiasm
and team spirit was excellent as the season PROGRESSED.
The season of regularlv scheduled games found Aberdeen on the long side having won
three games. tieing one and losing one. Having beaten their Class "C" foes during the season
gave them the right to meet Sparks High School at Baltimore for the District title, which
showed Aberdeen as the-winner. ln their next game of state tournament play, Aberdeen beat
Bruce High School at Boonesboro to ADVANCE them against La Plata at Laurel. Again our
boys displayed championship form in winning. This victory sent Aberdeen against Centreville
at the Eastern Shore to determine the Class "C" State Championship. Aberdeen lost this "Big"
game, but not until the closing stages of the game, displaying a NEVER-SAY-DIE SPIRIT.
Much credit can go to our Chief, Henry Streit, but yet there were ten other boys with
him in the supporting role, as well as the scrubs.
The lettermen were awarded silver soccer balls by the school to show appreciation for
their efforts. Those receiving letters and awards were Henry Streit, YVarnie Grafton. Eldon
Budnick, George 'l'ravers. jim Bennington. Tommy Salmon, Bill Gross, Kent Ferrell, Doug
Shelton, Duane Curry. Edward lllick, Ray Halstead, Bill 'l'enlv. Dick Dominquez, Donald
Beavers, Kendall Duff, and Billv Vaught.
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Leading The Attack
Seated left to Rzghl Gloss lhotnpson btxett Sheppard left to Rzgltt Long Lrontn Swann KOIlLlCl1ls Lralg
CONIR tn lthlettt ttcltet vsluth would sattsfw the whole school Ihey came
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untforms for thetr warrtors
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sports emolung great rn xlrw between the xartous BR N119 and NIAIDENS
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to no end
But mer md abose all the X -X brought school SPIRII' mto Aberdeen
Hrgh by SlIOMlIIg just how tnteresttng and benetiual a worlttng athletic
group can mal-te sports
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Kneeling Left to Right-Mojzisek, Tucker. Taylor, YV. Denbow, E. Denbow. Ron' I-Tamkus, Illick, Armstrong,
Sheppard, Henry, Blake, Miss Newbill, Wagner. Row ll-Radcliffe, Preston, Bristow, Roberts, Mull, Vecchio,
Vachek. Row III-Black. Sampson, Manley, Gerdom.
Stamina is what this game takes. If you've ever TRAVELED ACROSS THE
FIELD until your lungs felt like they would burst, and then had to start the pace
right over again. you'll understand how fieldhall girls feel IN TI-IA'I' RUSH I-'OR
THE GOAL. But do they love it? I'll say they dol 'I hese high spirited M.-KIDS from
Aberdeen find that it just fills the MEDICINE MANS prescription.
Led by fleet Billie Taylor, the Aberdeen Fieldball 'I'eam scored victories in two
games against Havre de Grace, and Post Road likewise fell, under their fast A'I"I'ACK.
They carried the same FIGHTING SPIRIT over to Bel Air, but suffered defeat at the
hands of these excellent hall handlers. Aberdeen entered the State Class C. tournament
and lost a hearthreaker to Ellicott City, that team's margin of victory being one lone
So the season ended. The team had felt the thrill of victory, and they had also
known the disappointment of defeat. In each instance, however, the important thing
was that they maintained the fine standards of sportsmanship which do credit to their
school any they kept the same spirit which is characteristic of the teams who wear
the hltle and gold of K H S
CXPT IIN-"Billie" Taylor
NIAN XGER-Mary Wagner
CO KCH-"Funny" Newbill
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Right Inner-"Billie" Taylor
Left Inner-Janice Tucker
Right YVing-Marie Mojzisek
Left Wing-Elaine Denbow
Center Halfback-Lorell Sheppard
Right Halfback-Betty Armstrong
Left Halfback-Virginia Henry
Right Fullback-Maxine Hull
Left Fullback-Betty Bristow
A Benice Tamkus, Betty Manley, Elaine Preston, joan Illick, Barbara Vecchio
.W Mary Ann Blake, Doris Lee Sampson, Irene Vachek, Olice Black, jean Gerdom, Nancy
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