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Page 41 text:
TO BE PROUD OF
First Row, left
to right Johnny
ond Row Inle Tam
ple, Red Nuss, Don
Chance, Ion Ham
ilton, Ron Har
ris, Bill Burris
and the coach,
The basketball season of 1952 53 for Centerville High School is one that ,will
long be remembered, both by the school and the town The lOteam members, two stud
ent managers, and two coaches, 3 cheer leaders and others who led us through 2lvic
tories against losses are fellows that will never be congratulated enough for their
fine work, and the honor they brought to the halls of CHS The magnificent waythey
endeavored to keep up their wins and the excellent showing they made in the h team
tourney at Hagerstown and the sectional are only a few of the reasons why their re
cord will long be treasured Suffering our first defeat by Kn1ghtstown's teamafter
15 victories d1dn't slow them down They went on victoriously until the final game
in the sectional on February 28, when we were upset by a momentarily strong team, a
game which we hated to lose especially to our school rival, the Red Devils of Rich
mond, but in this game they showed what admirable nstuff' they are made of After
winning over the Brookville Greyhounds we attained the title of East Central Confer
ence Champions and received the traveling covered wagon from Cambridge City, last
year's ECC champs On January 7th we won over Hagerstown in the opening gameof the
Hagerstown Tourney and went home that evening wearing the titles of Tourney Champ
ions after trouncing the Cambridge City crew in the final game of the tourney
We were very highly and wonderfully
honored for all our victories by var
ious organizations in the community
who held banquets and suppers for us
The Senior Class honored us by using
one of their class parties as a means
of congratulating us.
Bill Harrison won the foul shooting
trophey this year and was also high
individual scorer, but was followed
closely by Lon Hamilton. Ronnie Har
ris was an excellent defensive man,
and Bill Burris was a good shot from
the floor, while Paul Widau was a
scrapy man on the floor, stealing the
ball more than his share of the time.
Cihlar and Wickersham did their best
When they were called upon as did Nuss ,
Chance, and Temple.
Sect'l Centerville 45 Fountain City 32
Centerville 59 Cambridge City 44
Richmond 65 Centerville
The 1952 53 varsity basketball scores
were as follows
i Cambridge City
Cambridge City 41
es Hagerstown Tourney
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Page 40 text:
First Row, left to rlght Jimmy Resh, lchard Runyon, Jack Frame, Jay Druley, Robert Schwartz,
Ronnie Hahn, R1ch.rd Rau, Joseph Hawkins, lerry Dale, Second Row, left to Tlbht Jack Co , Jim
Robbins, Dlckie Williams, Claude Soper, Lee N6W9L1Tk,JOhD Lamb, MarkFrame, Terry Jones, class spon
sor Keith Castelluccio Third Row, left to rlght Miss Burson-class sponsor, Judy Parker, Carolyn
Davis, Carolyn Lundy, Janet Booker, Lawanna Baker, Delsie Lakes, Judy Moore, Ruth Ann Trusler, Judy
Nissler, Fourth Row, left to right Edith Rhoades, Peggy Little, Joyce Ryan, Patty Kay, Barbara
Caldwell, Karen Glunt, Connie Bender, Mary Ruth Renschler, Marilyn Rusk, Sue Hubbard, Margie Cihlar
Class Officers are, left to right,
Margie Cihlar Reporter, Mary Ren
schler Secretary, Ruth Ann Trusler
Treasurer, Sue Hubbard President
Judy Wissler Vice President
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Jerfy N oJer Jim weed C1 ndle cook and co ch e1tn tnllucc C
Centerv1lle's econd Team this year was
one to be proud of Under the aole coach
ing of Kelth Castellucclo th v von more
than half their vames and had many many
close scores in thee mes which they lost
All of the boys except Crandle Cook were
elther So, omor s or freshmen 1+ of them
were :oohcmores 5 reshmen
Jerry us was the tall boy on the B
squad, Jerry is onlya reshman Dave be
cz aris, a sophomore is going to be avalu
a le asset to Les Slinker s ten next year
as Crandle and Donnie Cook orobably will
be Jacl Soper and Carl Fuckery did their
bit as did Dill Moyer, Jack Jenkins, Bob
Dickerson, Jim Reed and Bill Downing
Downing: was the shortest of all the boys
this year but he made up in enthusiasm
what he lacked in size The student mana
ger for the second Team this year was Jim
Earton who was always on the job to help
Cas and the rest of the team as much as
possible Castelluccio better known as
Cas was high spirited Cto say the leastl
and enthusiastic coach, and m de his team
as well as the spectators like him
Ve are sorry we are not able to print
the B' team scores in the annual, it was
due entirely to an oversight on the part
of the editor
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