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Page 53 text:
Top Row: Coach Gary Rusvold. Kevin Gilligan. Sean Collins. Mike Breilling. John Banovitz. Jim Melsen. Paul Thissen. Chuck Scott. Asst. Coach Randy Nelson. Bottom Row; Bill Mack. Mark Gross. Tom Ascher. Jim Burke. Paul Preimsbcrgcr. Paul Healey. John MacArthur.
Paul Preimsbergcr looks to the sidelines.
Tom Ascher guides the offense.
Page 52 text:
Boys Varsity Basketball Makes All the Right Moves
This year's boy’s varsity basketball team was a team in every sense of the word. "Each player has accepted his role, it’s a very unselfish team." says Coach Gary Rusvold. Coach Rusvold said the team really had three leaders or captains. Seniors Mike Breitlling. Mark Gross and Tom Ascher filled that leadership void after the team lost ten Seniors from last year's championship squad. Junior John Banovitz shined as the team’s leading scorer. "He is the best player in the Don Bosco Conference.” Rusvold said. After an expected slow start, the Co-Stars hit their stride compiling a winning record. The team placed second in the St. Thomas College Invitational Tournament, a highlight in a year where the "team” was the key.
John Banovilz free throw i airborne.
Mike Breitling prepare to pa .
Sean Collin make a layup in warm up a Kevin Gilligan j0hn MacArthur et to hoot over an opponent, a look on. defender.
Page 54 text:
An Unexpected Season
This year's varsity tennis team was a lot better than anyone realized at the beginning of the season.
Individually, the team won the Don Bosco Conference. Vivi Reddin won first place and Mary Oschwald took third place.
Mary Oschwald and Vivi Reddin win the most valuable player awards. Wendy Penn and Mary Oschwald received the most dedicated (Miss Tennis) awards. Wendy Penn won most improved award, and Lee Munro received the Best Newcomer Award.
The highlighting victory of the season was the win against Grace. They beat Grace in dual matches 4-3 and 4-3.
Mary lakes a leap for the ball.
Two happy winners.
Standing: Calhy Tombers. Theresa Seidel. Coach Sack. Vivi Reddin. Michelle Hoffman. Mary Oschwald. Wendy Penn. Kneeling: Kalhy Seidel. Nhi Nguyen. Michelle Burns. Bridget Hagman. Katie Jaeger
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