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Page 63 text:
19565 F00 TBA LL
The Adams High sonool football team encountered etlffer
competition than usual this year, and as a result the season
wasn't very prosperous.
counter of the
this season with
a bad break, and
game. This loss
the Austin B team. The first
evenly., In the fourth quarter
this resulted in the lone T
was no disgrace as the Austin B
team went through the season undefeated. ' g
The Adams-Stewartville game was played in the usual manner
Wwhich is none too eleangn' Adams was threatening the Stewart-
ville goal line throughout the whole game. Late in the fourth
quarter, Adams had the ball on the Stewles yard line but lost
possession of the ball. A few minutes later the game ended with
the score being O to O.
, Adams took its first trip of the season, but were again sub
dued by the unusually strong Austin B team to the tune of 12 to
' Adams next met Blooming Prairie, who possessed one of the
strongest teams around here. Blooming dominated play through-
out the game, the final score being 2l to O.
In the St. Ansgar-Adams game, St. Ansgar being host to
Adams, we were taken by surprise. St. Ansgar pulled a sleeper
on the first play which resulted ln a touchdown. ln the fourth
quarter Adams got a touchdown which tied
the game at 6 to 6.
we etlll felled to nlt
In our encounter with Spring Valley
the victory column. The final score was
of the best games, that Adams played all
were too great
7 to O. This was one
year, but the odds
Adams then met Grand Meadow on a cold, wet day. The Adams
girders finally swam home with the bacon to the tune of 20 to
nothing. Twenty-two players came off the field a-solid mass of
mud. Adams dominated the play throughout the game, scoring in
the lst, 3rd, and 4th quarters. This was the turning of the
tide for the Adams teams
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November 11, is always the day of great excitement around
Adams. This was thewtraditional, homecoming game between Adams
and1 eRoy, which always turns out to be a royal battle, no
matter what the odds are. The night before the game, there was
a pep fest and fire works to instill in the boys the school
spirit. The day before the game dawned clear and bright.
Right before, a large homecoming parade was organized, which
paraded through the main section of town and beck to'the school
to await the opening whistle. Adams kicked off to LeRoy. They
held them for downs before receiving the ball. Then they march-
ed to the LeRoy eight-yard line where they were stopped cold.
The second and third quarters were played very evenly. About
midway in the fourth quarter, Sorflaten faded back to the 44 y
line and threw a pass to Koloen, who fought his way from the ten
to the two-yard line before being downed on an off-tackle play.
Adams was stopped for no gain. Then NB1gn B111 Wiste drove
through a mass of humanity for the one and only touchdown of the
game. On a quarterback sneak, Vernon Sorflaten knifed his way
through for the extra point. The game ended a few minutes later
This game made up for the previous losses of the season.
The boys this year played good, clean, ball in their usual
Austin B 7 Adams O
Stewartvllle O Adams O
Austin B 12 Adams O
Blooming Prairie 21 Adams Q
St. Ansgar 6 Adams 6 A
Spring Valley 7 Adams O
Grand Meadow O Adams 20
LeRoy O Adams 7
Wilbur Koloen James Krebsbach
Vernon Sorflaten Willard Knutson
Howard Thompson Alton Johnson
Martin Prescott Eugene Gosha
William Wlste Lawrence Goergen
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