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Page 90 text:
RIGHT: Crush! Ricky Lee slams the defensive boards for another sky-high
rebound during the city championship game at Madison. FAR RlGHTi Get
down Brian Mason! Mike Thomas drives for two points and the three point
play during the return match at the Memorial Colisium. FAR BELOW: No
chance to dribble. Rodney Johnson snakes in a long arm to knock the ball
away from a hapless Wilson opponent at Wilson. BELOW: Scramble! Mac
McCall drives on the Colonials Brian Mason in the Coliseum. FAR RIGHT
BELOW: George Mayes and Ricky Lee collect the first city championship
trophy since 1934.
Page 89 text:
OPPOSITE PAGE: FAR LEFT: 6'3 Junior, Rodney Johnson. freezes two
Lincoln players flatfooted and cans another shot in the Cardinal home gym.
OPPOSITE PAGE: LEFT: 6'8 Sophomore Mark Hoisington hooks another two
points against a helpless Fort Vancouver opponent in a pre-season match at
Vancouver. LEFT: 6'6 and 6'4 respectively, Seniors Ricky Lee and George
Mayes show off Reynolds Invitational trophy as rest of team celebrates in
background, ABOVE: Ricky Lee goes above the rim for a lay-in during the
Reynolds Invitational at Reynolds.
Special thanks to, Roger Jenson of the Oregon Journal for
his photos of the state tournament, Benson Photo-Lab teacher
lVlr. Small for the team picture and yearbook editors John
Williams, and Chris Kuehl for their action shots. All
photography by: Roger Jensen, lVlr. Small, Henrey Hyde, John
Williams, Chris Kuehl and Terry Nicholson.
Page 91 text:
Adams for- City
As the regular season started the Techmen became the
team to beat. After cruising through their first two season
games, the Techmen suffered a disastrous upset on their
home court. The Washington Colonials, cashing in a
tremendous team effort, overturned Tech 78 to 76.
Tech then turned it's rage on Roosevelt and Wilson,
outscoring them by 82 points.
Then Tech traveled to Jefferson to meet "Old King"
lRonniel Cole and his court. With Richard Washington sick
with the flu. the Techmen found themselves on the short side
of a 38 to 20 score at the half. The third started much the
same as the Demos scored six quick points to take a 24 point
lead. The rest is history as the "other guys" stood up to be
counted. Hoisington, Lee, lVlcCall, and Johnson hit for 22 of 26
points to overhaul the Democrats by two. The Demos tied it up
to force the game into overtime. The first overtime ended in a
tie. In the second overtime, Tech's Hoisington and Mayes hit
for three free throws to ice the game, 66-63. f'
The Techmen suffered only one more close game and that
was against Adams. Tech landed on the upper half of a 83 to
71 score. In their second matchup against the Colonials, Tech
smashed up all dreams of the West Division title going to
Washington by crushing them 88 to 49.
Tech then went to Madison to battle Adams for the city title.
The game was close for about two and a half minutes. From
there on the battle was no more. It was a special night as Tech
captured it's first City title since 1934.
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