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Page 69 text:
ABOVE: Jeff Bartunek U21 runs away with football at a game at
the Civic Stadium. BELOW LEFT: Steve Kienberger gets away from
Wilson team member at Wilson game, FAR BELOW LEFT: Mel
Hawkins U21 at Roosevelt game gets good blocking as he strives
for a touchdown. FAR MIDDLE LEFT: At Roosevelt game Mel
Hawkins jumps over players to run for a touchdown. FAR TOP
LEFT: Troians and the Techmen at the scrimmage line at Wilson,
TOP: VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - FRONT ROW: Stan Langford, Dan
Schindler, Tim Walters, David Dienstel, Jeff Ogdahl, Vern Mar-
shall, John Mallos, Will Becker, Martin Anderson, and John Rut-
ter. SECOND ROW: Tom Kosmos, David Barnes, Jeff Bartunek,
Richard Edgington, Bret Niemeyer, Don McGinness, David Con-
cannon, Kevin Weigel, John Farrell, and Mel Hawkins. THIRD
ROW: Mike Landstrom, Michael Lowe, Jim LaBaugh, Nathan Cur-
rier, Bill Hryciw, Mike Sherrill, Bill Garlington, Steve Kienberger,
Joel Marshall, and Kirk Bonnin. FOURTH ROW: Terry Sevy, Rudy
Daniels, Tom Feller, Craig Howe, Ken McGee, Terence Burns,
Lane Hendrickson, Tam Moore, Mark Williams, and Tom Dodd.
FIFTH ROW: Mark Monaco, Jerome Martin, Mark Landstrom,
Larry Marbott, Randy Springer, Duncan Davis, Randy Pease, Tony
Handsaker, Tim Gleason, and Tim Overton. SIXTH ROW: Mark
Fermenick, Doug Johnston, Steve Dienstel, Bobby Barber, and
Nick Johnson. MIDDLE: Score board showing final score at
Wilson game: Tech 37 - Wilson 7.
Page 68 text:
Tech Has B-1 Season.
Plays In Cfcy Pmals
Tech is what it was in the P.l.L. The other teams they played
weren't. Its iust that simple. They went undefeated in eight
games. Their victims were Pendleton, Jefferson, Roosevelt,
Wilson, Lincoln, Washington, Jackson, and Cleveland. All of
these games were won by convincing scores.
Looking at statistics, Benson gained 2,676 yards on the
offense, their opponents gained 1,060 yards. First downs,
Benson - 128, opponents - 70. Total returned yardage lkick-offs,
punts, fumbles, interceptionsj, Benson - 505, opponents - 791.
This statistic indicates that Benson was kicking the ball away on
kick-offs more than any other team they played which means
more points and that leads to an undefeated season.
The top three scorers for the Techmen were Jeff Bartunek -
107, Steve Kienberger - 36, and Dan Schindler - 35.
Rushing lead was held by Steve Kienberger who had 1,042 on
139 carries. He averaged 7.5 yards per carry, had 49 first
downs, and six TD's. His outstanding night was against Wilson
for 241 yards.
Jeff Bartunek gained 712 yards on 116 carries. He averaged
6.1 yards per carry and contributed 35 first downs and 17 TD's.
.Ieff's best night came against the Tribe at Civic Stadium for 138
Michael Lowe toted the ball ,163 times for 434 yards. He
averaged 6.9 yards per carry, gained 17 first downs, and
contributed five touchdowns.
In the passing department Bill Garlington attempted 33
passes, completed 14 of them for 211 yards and three TD's.
Duncan Davis played once against Roosevelt and only
attempted one pass, which was incomplete.
Tom Dodd played twice, attempted five passes, completed
two for 29 yards. l
Receiving honors went to Tommy Dodd who latched onto five
passes for 66 yards and three first downs.
Michael Lowe caught four passes but had the maiority of
them called back.
Bartunek also caught one pass for 19 yards.
Ken McGee punted the ball eight times for 241 yards and
averaged 30.1 yards per punt.
Dan Schindler kicked extra points,field goals, and kick-offs.
He also punted five times for 151 yards and an average of 32
yards. On punt returns, Tom Dodd took ten for 72 yards and an
average of 7.2 per reception.
Vern Marshall and Jeff Bartunek teamed on kick-off returns
for the Teckmen.
Ken McGee picked off six enemy passes and returned them
for 115 yards and one touchdown.
Tom Dodd also intercepted five for the Tech machine.
In the defense department Tom Moore had seven tackles and
21 assists. Mark Fermenick brought down the enemy eight times
and assisted 17 times. Rudy Daniels had 13 solos and seven
assists along with Terence Burns who had 16 originals. He also
assisted on eight.
Also standing out for the radar was Larry Marbott with 27
tackles. He also assisted on 36.
Springer had 20 originals and 24 assists. Schindler helped
on 19 and had 17 of his own. Tom Dodd nailed down 17 and
also helped on 14. Vern Marshall tackled 12 enemy runners and
assisted in pulling down 11. Ken McGee, a sure all-stater, had
32 solos and assisted on 35.
Enough said! The Techmen were fantastic, super, and virtually
breathtaking to watch. From sportswriters on down, all agreed
that the "mean" Tech machine was awsome.
This season the entire team filled out a card on what they
wanted as their goals for the season. To a man, they wanted the
Tech team to be the best in the State.
Coach Lopez promoted team spirit until it overcame most
quiet people and they found themselves on their feet.
Team and school spirit was strong clear up to the PlL
Championship. Michael Lowe had some amusing quirks and
team cheers for the delight of the team and pep assembly
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J.Y..Ila11y Has Spirited Season
What do the girls do onthe Junior Varsity Rally? Practice
for an hour everyday the yells and gymnastics stunts they
plan to do at the game for one thing. Then when it comes
time for the game, they put it all together.
"This gets the crowd into the spirit so they can cheer the
basketball team on," commented Terri Semler -191 J.V.
Rally Squad member.
To assist her in this huge task are four other girls--and
all from Monroe High School.
CENTER LEFT: J.V. Rally Squad: Vick Baldwin, Connie
Johnson, Sybil Williams, Sheril Bagley, and Norma Reese.
TOP LEFT: Waiting patiently for the game tempo to pick up
is the J.V. Rally Squad, all from Monroe, with their ad-
viser, Mrs. lda Green.
J Y Football Has Fair Season
The J.V. Football team this season won six of the eight games
thet played. Adding this to lost year's schedule of eight wins
they are T4-2-0. The two losses were at the end of the season,
one to Jackson I5-I3, and one to Cleveland, T8-6.
The team has a new fullback who transfered from a high
school in Chicago. His name is Tim Tyler, and he is a nfantostic
ball carrier", according to Coach Vern Melvin. By combining
Tyler with the freshman quarterback, Steve Nakata, and the
rest of the J.V. team, the J.V.'s had an excellent running game
and a very good season.
TOP RIGHT: J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM - KNEELING: Dick lrey, Kenneth
Savoy, Archie Radish, Cameron Neal, Steve Nakata, Mark Monaco,
Tim Wolters, and Tim Halverson. SECOND ROW: Ron Wayman, Dove
Dienstel, Joe Benim, Mike Schneider, Richard Green, Don McGinness,
Waymon Cowley, Kenneth Odell, Jimmy Shodduck, and John Mallos.
THIRD ROW: Terry Sevy, Bob Barrett, Tim Tyler, Mike Mackey, Kevin
Beck, Kevin Connelly, John Durig, David Lorenzo, and Bob Fogarty.
FOURTH ROW: Jeff Potter, Scott Beorden, Rick Phelps, Phil Koenig, Ed
Mueller, Jerome Parham, Kurt Wilmarth, Robert Walker, and Mike
Landstrom. FIFTH ROW: Ray Stach, Mark McCallum, David Charlson,
Scott Overton, Bob Barnard, John Hepp, Paull Kaady, Don Richards,
and Eric Ludlow, SIXTH ROW: Chuck McHugh, Jim Vance, Kurt Weimer,
Mike Bechen, Peter wilks, Steve Thomas, Jacob Schmidt, Tom
Wynkoop, James Wells, and Jim Drew. BOTTOM RIGHT: Coach Melvin
talks with COGCh Michael Lopez. BOTTOM CENTER: Mr. Wesley Burch,
coach of J.V. team, watches as team member tackles Cleveland High
player. BOTTOM LEFT: Cleveland has the ball but not lor long.
CENTER: Coach Burch tells J.V. team to play defense "four".
J.V. FOOTBALL SCORES
1. Benson 32 - Marshall 6
2. Jefferson T4 - Benson 26
3. Benson 34 - Roosevelt 7
4. Wilson T0 - Benson 35
5. Benson 33 -Lincoln 6
6. Washington 0 - Benson 45
7. Benson T3 -Jackson T5
88. Cleveland i9 - Benson 6
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