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Page 145 text:
Top Row: Ms. Margarit.C- Penn. M. Engel. A. Anderson. L. Keinz, M. Oschwald. B. Ireton. M. Haugen. Mr. Iverson. Bottom row: R. Shmidt. J. Bcndnarz.C.Cri-vits. P. Polak. F. MeRoberts, A. Schumacher.
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Upper Left: Gel serious. Ref. —
Upper Right: What goes up. must go in. s
Lower Right: "Okay, everybody, here I come."
Do The Other Teams Have A Chance?
Girls Varsity Basketball team showed us an outstanding season this year. The team had a tough time in the beginning but started doing well in January, beating Brady 48-34 and St. Agnes 32-29. both of which were at the top of the conference at the time.
Mary Engel and Julie Bednarz directed the offense, and both are fine outside shooters. The inside players, C. Crivits. M. Osch-wald. and I,. Keinz, all did well inside. A. Anderson was also an excellent rcboundcr and by far the best defensive player on the team. Guard. R.Schmidt, added some vital speed and quickness to the team. Forward, B. Ireton, made a strong finish as an outside shooter, coming off knee surgery.
It is truly a season to be remembered for spirit, drive, and determination.
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Do Freshmen Really Play Basketball?
Top Row: S. Hcrgotl. K. Ernst. P. Flynn. Joan Totzkc, P. Bot . M. Jungars. M. Benson. Middle Row: M. McCormack. A. Aschcr. M. O'Brien. J Liddiard.C.Cur-tan. Front Row: A. Ness, A. Daly. J. Bergman. D. Dayc.
The freshman girls basketball team had an overall “good" year even though the record stands at 8-8 with 2 games remaining. Of the 8 losses, the greatest point spread was by 8. so with a little luck they could have been closer to an undefeated record. The girls played as a team very well throughout the season and carried along an overabundance of spirit with evident improvement in every game. Coach Totzkc thinks that the girls basketball program has a lot to look forward to in the upcoming years.
Lower Right: I hope this one goes in!
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