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Page 149 text:
Varsity Football Scoreboard
7 Cleveland 0
26 Marshall 14
21 Madison 14
35 Cleveland 2
28 Grant 0
21 Jefferson O
21 Wilson 15
14 Franklin 6
29 Roosevelt 7 ' 1 fy 1
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A. David Smith 1121, and varsity football team leave the field in
victory. B. Tech Power,asign that says itall. C. BryantScott 1121 and
Stuart Eivers 1111 celebrate a touchdown against Cleveland. D.
Team captain Philip Stuva 1121 leads Chris Price 1123, Todd Davis
1101, and the rest of the team to do some Grant busting.
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A11-Star Team Wins
The best games of the season defensively came
against Madison and Roosevelt. The best offensive
games were played against Cleveland and Wilson. The
best overall game was a 35-3 scalping of the Cleveland
The backbone of Benson's P.l.L. championship
team came a prizewinning performance of ten All City
First Team players, four Second Team players, and six
players receiving Honorable Mention. Three players
received Honorable Mention on the Triple 'A' All State
team, including Chris Price 1121 quarterback.
Captain of the team Phill Stuva 1121 who said the
team had an outstanding year, was named to the All
City Second Team for the safety position on defense.
John Wooten 1121, voted the most valuable player by
his teammates, received Honorable Mention on the All
City Team for fullback and was nominated to the All
State team. Scott Burke 1121 received Honorable
Mention on the All State and got a spot on the All City
First Team. Larry Hook 1111 was named to the All City
Team also and received Honorable Mention at Center
on the All State Team. Chris Price is quarterback on
the All City First Team. Besides the All City and All
State honors, the Benson varsity players received a
total of 60 letters including 10 to 12 sophomores
lettering for the first time.
When asked who he thought was the most valuable
player Coach Dressel named all the starting seniors for
their performance on the field, work with the
underclassmen, and for setting a high standard for
A. Celebration is the name of the game after a victory in the Football
Jamboree. B. Coach Bill Dressel gives one of his many mid-game
pep talks while Coach Ben Markin looks on. C. The defense swarms
and forces a fumble against Cleveland. D. Number 3, John Wooten
1121 and the Benson defense show blitz against Jefferson.
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J.V. Football Team
Has Learning Year
One highlight of the season was a 70 yard run by
Chris Robertson on a fumble during the Marshall
game. ln the Madison game it seemed like everyone
was scoring. First Eric Venagas 1105 went for a
touchdown, and then Chris Robertson quickly scored
another. The final score was 35-14. The J.V. defense
was led by big Todd Davis 1105 and histwo side kicks,
Greg Sly 1105, and Steve Burke 1105. .
"The biggest memory I will have of Benson's J.V.
Football team is that no matter how far down or how far
ahead we were, we were more than a team- we were a
family. I have a strong feeling we will win the State
Championship in the next two years. We had a great
learning year," stated Joe Hunter, team member.
" The J.V. team had a pretty good season with the
exception of a few games," stated Coach William
A, J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM-ROW 1: George Gregg 1105, Chris Blair
1105, Chris Gifford 1105, Gilbert Brown 1105, Chris Watkins 1105,
Jason Bomar1105, Rudy Deavila 1105, and Steve Hooper 1105. ROW
2: Tim Price 1105, Scott Edwards 1105, Mike Claflin 1105, Paul Smith
1105, Troy Caster 1105, Jeff Misner 1105, Larry Olsen 1105, and
Spencer Bromley 1105. ROW 3: Steve Burke 1105, Joe Hunter 1105,
Dennis Starr 1105, Chris Robertson 1105, Mark Oakley 1105, Gary
Lundblad 1105, Steve Oglesbee 1105, Mark Hutsell 1105, and Kevin
Thurman 1105. B. Greg Sly 1115 runs toward the goal line.
J.V. Football Statistics
Marshall Benson Wilson
8 7 14
Madison BENSON Franklin
14 28 7
Cleveland BENSON Ftoosevell
2 17 10
Grant Benson Lincoln
0 10 28
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