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Page 70 text:
We love you champs
Patience, optimism and opportunities were
possessed by our 1968 football team to aid them in
claiming the title of co-champion.
An early defeat by Montrose upset our
Bulldogs' desire for the league championship. Despite
this, we just kept on winning the rest of the season.
Finally, the night of our last league game, we received
the news that Montrose had been beaten, meaning we
shared the championship title!
Finishing up by a win over Fenton made the
season complete. It was the first time we've beaten
them since 1960 and was a night to remember.
Voted most valuable player was Steve
Tomasky, who well deserved it. Throughout the
season, he gained 1003 yards through the air in nine
games, not including running yardage. Most improved
player, Larry Bernat, proved himself capable of
running the ball.
Tomasky, Ron Maygar and John DeCamp were
chosen for the all-county team with Tomasky and
Maygar receiving unanimous votes. On the all-county
second team were Randy Fuhr and Rob Selley.
Receiving honorable mention was Jim Williamson.
S Varsity Scores . y ,
Bentley y y Opponent
20 St. Agnes L 14
el L Duma 0 S
27 L Bendlew 7'
13 . Montrose 28,
31 pl-lamady 19
14 St. Matts 7
31 L lAtherton S 1399
31 . 'Lakeville s ' 14l
27. ,Fenton y 7 12
Topg Bentley Bulldogs tromp Ben-dle as Jim Williamson carries ball. Lower
left, The 1968 football team selected John DeCamp and Steve Tomasky
co-captains. Lower rightg Photographer catches a player in action.
Page 69 text:
Everyone enjoys sports, eitheras a participant
or spectator. An athlete needs a combination of
physical skill and strength, an alert mind, enthusiasm,
purpose and team work. He represents an
accomplishment for which the body must be trained,
a result of many hard hours of practice.
Sports create recognition...for the team as a
whole as well as for the individual. In a spirit of
competition and friendship, teams battle for honors
for their schools.
Sports form many friendships. The ability of
people to get along with each other receives one of its
greatest tests in sports competition. But perhaps even
more important are the qualities that sports develop
in making a person well adjusted to todayls life.
Sportsmanship demands honesty, fair play,
co-operation, competitive spirit, respect for authority
and rules, acceptance of responsibility, and respect
for others. Sportsmanship means being modest in
victory as well as accepting defeat gracefully after
trying your best.
Page 71 text:
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