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Page 82 text:
JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD
1. BENSON 34. Roosevelt and Wilson lincompletel, Adams
2. Franklin 15, BENSON 47, Jefferson and Washington lno
3. Marshall 30, Jackson 34, BENSON 63, Adams and
Washington lno teamsl
4. Grant 32, Madison 42, BENSON 60, Cleveland 108, Adams
5. Grant 25, BENSON and Roosevelt 54, Washington lno
6. Lincoln 41,Jackson 49, Madison 53, BENSON 74
7. CITY MEET: BENSON 'A' 7th, BENSON 'B' 5th
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FAR BOTTOM LEFT: Tech's top four runners getting the last words from the
starter before the race, from left to right are Dan Fulton, Frank Wylam, Russ
Fleming and Bob Fulton. FAR LEFT: Dan Fulton battles for a first place finish
at the state meet, but had to settle for a fourth. LEFT: The six top finishers at
the state meet are as follows from top left to bottom right: first place from
South Eugene was Tom McChesney, in second, his teammate, Steve Surface:
third from David Douglas High School was Greg Gustafson and in fourth place.
the P.I.L. champion from Benson, Dan Fulton: fifth place from Central Catholic.
Dan's brother, Joe, and in sixth was Caxton Muune ofJackson. BELOW: The
1972 city championship team, first row from left to right: Marty Botts lmgr.l.
Dan Fulton, Bob Fulton, Frank Wylam, Russ Flemingi second row: Jeff Neill.
Greg Schneider, Mark Lasley, Bill Skach, Wayne Goldsmith and Ken Hamilton.
VARSITY crross COUNTRY SCOREBOARD
1. BENSON 23, Wilson 44, Adams 68, Roosevelt lno teaml
2. BENSON 25, Franklin 35, Jefferson 99, Washington 119
3. BENSON 35, Marshall 43, Jackson 47, Adams 1 14
4. Grant 23, Madison 44, BENSON 47, Adams 128. Cleveland
5, Grant 23, BENSON 32, Washington and Roosevelt lno
6. Jackson 37, BENSON 39, Lincoln 80, Madison 85
7. CITY MEET: BENSON 62, Grant 72, Jackson 74, Franklin
76, Marshall 110, Lincoln 170, Wilson 221, Cleveland and
Adams 254 ltiel, Jefferson 274
8. STATE MEET: BENSON 7th
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The '72 junior varsity team had a very trying time during the
season mainly due to the inconsistency of the runners. This
made the losses greater than the wins. They needed a number
four and five runner that could keep the pace with the other top
three runners, Bob Wann, John Weber and Don Tyler. The J.V.
team started the season as if they knew what they were doing
as they could at least make the 1.8 miles of the course, but due
to lack of team effort and workouts, they suffered through a
losing year. In the city meet, Bob Wann finished third. The J.V.
squads were divided into two different classes at the city meet.
This way more runners were able to compete. Benson finished
in seventh place.
FAR LEFT: Tech runners Don Tyler and Steve Funk are keeping together in the
race at Adams High School. BOTTOM LEFT: The junior varsity team is at the
start mobbed together on their way to cover the 1.8 mile course. CENTER
LEFT: Top J.V. runner Bob Wann puts 100'X: effort into his races, strains to a
fourth place finish in the city meet. LEFT: John Weber finishes at Adams with
a sigh of relief. BELOW: The J.V. team with a major attraction in the center,
Coach Bud White: front row from left to right, Bob Wann, John Weber, Steve
Pfalzgraff, Don Tyler: back row, John Strohecker. Brian Stahl, Bob McHugh.
Randy Reavis, and Steve Funk.
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