Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1925

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r . ai!-if Fw jail Carl, . Q, - I A 1 , 2 2 is '-f,,ff21?v.X?!.'5QI. 'ii' Xffmgle , .2 3:-5.K'.,i:',,'1 ",, - C. H. S. Baseball As the copy for the Year Book goes to the printer, the baseball season is far from being completed, but so far the team has done very well. The regular line-up consists of M. Griner, cg Dusty Webb, pg D. Miller, lb, J. Klnch, 2bg N. Glessner, ss, E. Adams, 3bg V. Griffin. lfg Q. Beal, H. Hawk, cf: N. Darr, L. Guthrie, Q. Gattshal, Warren Knepp, rf. The results of the games already played are as follows: At home-April 17, Con- gress 4, C. H. S. 1g April 21, Doylestown 7, C. H. S. 143 April 28, Mt. Eaton 8, C. H. S. 1. Abroad-April 24, Mt. Eaton 5, C. H. S. 9, May 2, Congress Tournament, Apple Creek 33 C. H. S. 93 Congress 4, C. H. S. 53 May 9, Wooster Tournament, West Salem 4, C. H. S. 2. mi---un--un Girls' Basketball-Season 1924-Z5 The Girls' Basketball team of Creston High School had a very successful season this year. Due to the fact that several new players were on the team, the opening half of the season did not look very promising and nearly all defeats resulted for Creston. but under the coaching of Miss Harrison, and the flne support of the student body of C. H. S., we rapidly improved, and brought to C. H. S. the last six games of the season as complete victories for us. The first game of the season was with Sterling on Dec. 5. It was a losing fight but well played, the score being 28 to 8. The second game was with Congress on Dec. 12, this we won, 21 to 13. The next evening, Dec. 13, we played Rittman and did our best, but they won 15 to 12. On Dec. 19 we met Doylestown on the home floor and were defeated, 21 to 9. The next game was with our old enemy, Seville, on the Seville floor. We were again defeated by a score of 15 to 8. The following night, Jan. 10, we played Congress on the home floor, we completely outplayed them, winning by a score of 34 to 8. On Jan. 16 we journeyed to Apple Creek. Although we were defeated by five points, we kept Apple Creek on the jump until the whistle blew. On the seventeenth of January we played Burbank on the home floor. This was one game in which we were completely outplayed, being defeated, 25 to 12. Creston again met Sterling at Sterling on Jan. 23. We were again badly defeated. The score was 37 to 10. On Jan. 30 we met Seville on our own floor. This time we proved to S. H. S. that C. H. S. was on the map. VVe won by a score of 23 to 8. Creston played their second game with Doylestown on Feb.6, and we came home vic- torius by a score of 17 to 13. Feb. 20, we played Apple Creek on the home floor. This was probably the most in- teresting game of the season. The score was tied until the last minute and then Cres- ton won by a score of 15 to 13. On Feb. 27, we traveled to Rittman, and as it was the last game, Creston girls de- cided to make it a victory, which we did, by a score of 26 to 9. On March 14 the C. H. S. girls entered the Wayne county basketball tournament with lots of pep and a strong determination to win the games of that day. This determi- nation was carried out and we came home that day with two victories: one from Dalton, 20 to 11, and one from Burbank, 13 to 8. The next Saturday we returned to Wooster to play the semi-flnals of the tourney. In this game Mt. Eaton defeated us by a score of 14 to 8. Following the usual custom, we again held a High School Class Tourney in the gym on March 27. The first game. between the Freshman and Sophomore classes, was 4 to 2 in favor of the Freshmen. The second game, between the Junior and Senior classes was won by the Juniors, 28 to 3. The finals, between the Freshmen and Juniors resulted in a score of 35 to 8, making the Juniors winners of the tourney. -32- li 4. - 'n.- L- . an -P. wana- ' -tis

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'l'0l' ROW tleft to rightl- Gerald Mona, eoaeh: William Real: Quentin Beal, Lee Mar- shall, Leon tluthrie. Nelson tllessner. ll0'l"l'0M ROW Dwight illiller, lflmmett Adams. ltlarle Long, Uaptain: .Xlerle Griuer, lllanager: Warren Knepp. Boys' Basketball Personnel Uoaeh tleralcl Nlong, who deserves eretlit for the development ot' a team in the fave ot' sueh tlitlienlties. Dwight Miller. "Mike", right forwaral One who showed all the qualities that are neecletl to make a player ot' more than ordinary ahility. lle sure was last this year antl shoultl he a reeortl hrealier next year. ltlmmett Aclanis. "Jack", left guard---One whom the team will miss next year, He was a gooml guartl. also was he a good shot, anrl lie is one who was always tiuhting in the gaine anml never gave up until the gun went off. lflarle Long, "llutl". renter--lflleetetl eaptain ot' the High Sehool squatl, he was one who eoultl always he depentletl upon, Ile was a goozl shot antl also lnacle a goorl pivot aronnsl whit-li to lwniltl the team. It will he hartl next year to timl anyone who eau take his plaee as Captain. Merle llriner. let't forwartl At the start ot' the season he lookeml rather tlouhtful. hut he tlevelopetl aml matle a big: part in the l1l2N'lllllll. lle will likely he on the team next year. Warren Knepp, "Sam", right guartl-ffAt'ter playing: on the ll. S. team for three years, "Sam's" fourth year was his most brilliant. lle started the season at forwartl. hut was later shiftetl to running guard where his speetl and tloor work showed up to ex- eellent arlvantagre. The U. ll. S. team will surely miss "Sam" next year. Other menihers. who oeeupiefl the humble positions ot' sulms, hut helperl greatly to make the team a winner, were William Heal, Quentin Heal, Lee Marshall. l.eon Guthrie antl Nelson tllessner. zu -



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'FOI' ROW Illiss llarrisoii, Uoaelig Vera Stutzman. Gail Mellvaine. Ruth Jordan, Maxine liepp. Lois t'arpenter. HU'l"l'Olll ROW 'Gladys Bowman, lllaiiager: llaisie l"llllPl'l0ll. .losephine White, f'll2ll'lUll6 Repp. Uaptaing l'll'lllll Griner, Lillian Russell, llorothy Knepp. Girls' Basketball Personnel Miss Ilarrison, l'02ll'll'lVllll'll rredit is due Miss llarrison for developing lllill sueh line shape. tl1e Girls' llaskethall team of t'. H. S. Ilaisie ltlllllt-'l'I0ll, right forward- You eannot find a hetter player, aeetirate passer and a good shot. "Pat" was one ot' tl1e haekhone ot' tl1e team and F. ll. S. will 111iss her next year. Josephine XVhite, left forward- -As "l'al's" partner, "Jo" was line. Altho light, she was quiek lllltl a good passer. At long: shots she C'0llltlll'l he heat. Uharlotte liepp, t'aptain illltl jumping renter' As jumping center. "t'harlie" was hard to heat. She rould llSllillly Ullljlllllll llfll' opponent Zlllll ill pass work sl1e never miss- ed a pass. "Pat," "Jo" illltl "t'harlie" gave l'. ll. S. Reason to he Ill'0lltl of Ill? Girls' liaskethall team hy their perfet-t pass work illlll line hasket shooting. Ruth .l0l'll2lll, right gtiard- As a guard "Spoot'y" was not to he i'tllllllill'Pll with. Quit-k Zllltl a good passer. llnt'ort11nately, heeaiise ot' injuries rereived at the llllfllllllllllff ot' the season, Iinth eould 1101 play long this year. lflrma Griner, right guard Altho lilrnia is small, she 1-o11l1l always he depended lllltlll io get the hall hefore her opponent. Vera Stutzman, right guard' -"Slum" a11d lflrma divided honors in this position. "Slum" was a lltlllllvlllll lIllill'tl and i'Ollltl always hounee i11 her opppnents way. I,illian Russell, 1-enter guard "lied" was a real haskethall player. A fast, 2lC't'lll'tll0 passer and always ready to iight to the last set-ond no lllillll-ll' what the st-ore. Dorothy Knepp, left 5-fllZIl'1l "Dot" was perhaps a little slow lllll sl1e got there just tl1e same. A good passer Zllltl lllli' wl1o never got excited. She did credit to her posi- lltlll and will he missed next year. Maxine llepp. Hllll-f0l'W2ll'Il1 Lois t'arpenter, Sllll-l.Ul'Will'llQ Gail lllellvaine. Sllll-t'PlllQl'. "Mat"', "Harp" llllll "Gail", althougxh 11ot having reg:'11lar positio11s. always showed llll line when 1-alled upon to till in. "t'arp" will not he witl1 llS next year h11t we expem-t to see some good work hy "Ma1"' and "Gail", 1 1 1

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