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Row 1: Gary Gray, Mac McCall, Stan Williams, Leon McKenzie, Timmie Graham, George Mayes. Back Row: lfss't
Coach Gordon Riese, Dave Labrousse, Dale I-lermanson, Rich Bucksnish, Richard Washington, Randy Reed, Craig
Conway, Ass't. Coach Hugh Pennington, Varsity Coach Dick Gray.
Coach Gray's comment after the final tournament
game: " We cou1dn't think of another team we'd rather
beat to win this championship. We used a lot of
substitutes this year and when we had to go to the
bench each player was ready and played like a
veteran. One wonders how much stronger we'd have
been if Dennis Crapo and Dave Labrousse had been
healthy all year.
Our thanks to coaches Riese, Johnson and Pennington
for their contributions to the development of these
players through the years and in the season and tourney
To the seniors, our thanks for their leadership and
inspiration, and to the underclassmen, we have to
work together to overcome our weaknesses and to
improve our strengths in the off season so we may
defend our honors like champions next year."
Managers Steve Peak, Doug Wong and Ken Magaki
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Co-Captain Bob Veley prepares to put a move on his opponent.
The ,IV squad, coached by Mr.
John Bergan, had a great sea-
son. In pre-season they beat
North Salem and Sunset. In
the League they finished with a
strong 9-3 record, losing only
to Madison, Grant and Cleve-
land. Many sophomore stand-
outs included Rick Carlson,
Dave Cristofolo, Larry Traver,
Victor Garcia, Dennis McKay,
Rich johnson, Chris Veley,
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and Tom Quigley.
Fred Wong is ready to send another one to the
Tech's freshmen lost only
one match, to a strong
and more experienced
Marshall team, 36-31.
They Won their next seven
One shoulder still counts !
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