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Page 59 text:
The Adams High School basketball team opened its
season with seven lettermen to
On December 8,
to Hayfield for the first game
edged out in an exciting double
score of 29 to 50.
take up for the purple
and his team motored
of the season and were
overtime period by a
The next game on the schedule, in which LeRoy was
stopped by a score 22-15, was played December ll, and
was the first home
game of the season in which Adams
took tht offensive the entire game.
The Adems team
then ventured to Grand Meadow, De-
cember 15, and lost when Grand Meedow rallied in the
fourth quirter to gain the decision 24-25.
The first gfme
on the home floor,
Spring Valley 55 to
On January 21,
rfter Christmas vrcetion was played
January 8, in which Adams whipped
on the home floor, the Adams ntcam
definitely showed the effects of no practice end Snow
V:cetion,' and high
the downfall of the
scoring Grand Meadow Cegers proved
Adams Quint with e lopsided score
Then, on January 29, Adams visited Lyle and gave
the Lyle boys, who had been compiling huge scores over
their opponents, one of the closest games they had all
season. Adams was defeated 50-25.
The game pleyed February 2, on the home floor,
found the Adams Quint on e rampage opposing Rose Creek
the score running up 54 to 26 in favor of Adams.
Februrry 5, Adams Quint, was host to LeRoy, in
which game e free
victory in a tough
throw proved to be the .nnrgin of
contest, which took two overtimes
before Adams camo out on top 54-55.
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First Row--Vincent Bolton, Byron Lewison, Willard Ande-
rson, David Wiste. A .
Second Row--Harold Mandler, Eugene F1nKe1son, Donald
Bass, Marvin1Gl.sne, 'Ward BcrgenoQ David
Schneider, Archie Hanson.
Page 60 text:
1 Febru ry 12, the Adams Quint, keeping possession
of the lend gained in the initial quarter, batted down
the Elkton Cagcrs on the home floor 53 to 21 to add
another victory to this season's record.
February 19, the Adams Cagers administered the
second defeat of the sefson to Spring Valley with a
score of 50-18. The game was played at Spring Valley.
Februnry 26, found the Adims eQuint pliying the
list game of the season, on the home floor, against
Hayfield. Adams was upset 52-44.
The Sub-district Tournament meet was held at Adams
with five teens competing.
- In the opening gene, LeRoy efsily defeeted Elkton.
Then Adams lost to Spring Valley, whom we had previ-
ously dofeeted twice during the season. The Spring
Valley boys were hot, and seeking revenfe for the fumes
previously lest. The Adams boys eouldn't seem to hit
the net and were defeated 27-59.
The ml hty Grand Meadow team efsily deferted
In the Conselition game, Adims encountered LeRoy,
and in e hard fought battle lost 27-29.
The Chfmpienship Qfme was played with Grand Meadow
and Spring Valley seeking the honors. The flashy Lark
team downed Spring Valley after e stiff fieht.
Then the trophies were awarded, Grand Mcedow re-
ceiving the Championship trowhy and Spring Valley the
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