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Page 81 text:
Dixsnn, Tyler Lead
J.Y. 's To 12 -B Record
Most Valuable Players Terry Dixson and Timothy Tyler
helped to lead the Junior Varsity Basketball Team to a suc-
cessful I2 win, 8 loss record.
Pre-season games, against non-league teams,
solidified the team and its basic style of play,
League wins came against Roosevelt, Lincoln f2j,
Washington f2j, Jackson l2J, Wilson, Franklin, Madison,
and Cleveland. Close losses came from games against
Adams, Grant, Jefferson, and Marshall,
Mr. Gordon Riese was the coach of the Junior Varsity
ABOVEZ JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM lL to Rl TST ROW:
Neil fBradfordJ Cameron H015 Terry Dixsori fl Up Darryel Mayes
191, Tim Walters UOJ, Michael Lowe ll ll, and John Williams HOT,
QND ROW: David Cawood HOT: Michael Mackey HOD, Scott Miller
HOT, Kris Degerstedt H015 Steve Parker fl lj, Tim Tyler HOT. NOT
PICTURED: Delbert Newton ll li, Bruce Calvin ll lj. LEFT: Coach
Reise looks for response from his players after a time out.
Page 80 text:
Yarsiiy. . . Teams
Strive For Yictnries
TOP: All players, coaches, and fans are captured by tense action
under the basket during the crucial Wilson game. MIDDLE LEFT:
Ken McGee IIQJ lets go with his patented left-hand iumper. MID-
DLE RIGHT: Michael Brannon 1123 holds the ball high as Dave
Peake U11 runs right to get open. Steve Suchy Illl sets up a
screen. BOTTOM RIGHT: Rod Hawkins IIOJ tries to knock ball
away from Grant defender. Tech lost to Grant, which later won
third place at the state tournament, Looking on is Steve Suchy
II U, Michael Brannon QIQJ, and Terence Burns 1123,
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Page 82 text:
Swim Team Has
Alm i Great Year
The Benson Swim Team had a better than a fair season.
They won four of six meets and placed fourth in the City
Their first meet they lost to Wilson, 60 to 17, but showed
more team effort when they lost a squeeker to Lincoln, 39
to 37. They got everything together when they beat Jeffer-
son, 66 to 105 trounced Jackson, 46 to 31, stomped
Washington, 70 to 4: and clobbered Roosevelt, 60 to 15.
The team was composed of 11 seniors, 1 junior, 11
sophomores, and 8 freshmen.
In the City Meet Benson came in second in the 200 yard
medley relay! These swimmers who went on to State,
were Marty Anderson, Tony Anderson, Mike Courtney,
and Fred Bridges. Tops in the 200 yard freestyle was Ben-
son's Ben Sutton. in the 50 yard freestyle Victor Deoca
placed first in the City Meet andwent to State while Fred
Bridges came in fifth. In the 100 yard butterfly Mike Court-
ney came in fourth in the City. In the 100 yard freestyle
Victor Deoca placed third. Tony Anderson placed fifth in
the 100 yard backstroke. Fred Bridges, Mike Courtney, Vic-
tor Deoca, and Ben Sutton placed third in the 400 yard
The team Captain this year was Mike Courtney with 36
points. The Most Valuable Swimmer was Victor Deoca
with 53 points.
The Captain for next year will be Richard Adix who
earned 24 points.
Other point scorers were Marty Anderson with 23, Tony
Anderson with 21,Robert Barnard 17,Mike Beckerman 14,
Gary Bodgan 12, Fred Bridges 21, Jim D'Ambrosia 1 1,
Chris Parker 2, Jon Shaffer 1, Ron Sutton 18, and Jon
'i Qu-bum'--Iv. sassy!
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TOP: Mr. John Harlan, coach ofthe Swim Team. TOP RIGHT: Mar-
tin Anderson 1121, Michael Courtney 1121, Fred Bridges 1121,
James Sutton 1121, and Tony Anderson 1101 with Mr. Harlan - All
went to State. BOTTOM RIGHT: Joe Skach 1101 checks on his time.
BOTTOM MIDDLE: SWIM TEAM - TOP ROW: Monty Smith 191,
Richard Adix 1111, James Sutton 1121, and Michael J. Courtney
1121. ROW 2: James Brown 1101, Mike Monroe 1111, Alex
KovaIchuk1101, and Mark Moxley 1101. ROW 3: Fred Bridges 1121,
Jon Ylvisaker1101, Paul Garg 1101, and Leonard Grant 1101. ROW
4: Jim D'Ambrosia1121, Jim Mundt191, Joe Skach 1101, and Mike
McCallum 191. ROW 5: Robert Barnard 1101, Tony Anderson 1101,
Clark Petersen 1101, and Mike Beckerman 1121. ROW 6: James
Bollin 191, Marty Anderson 1121, Victor Deoca 1121, and Mike
Butler 1121. BOTTOM LEFT: Jim Mundt 191 swims hard in the but-
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