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Creston High School experienced a fairly successful season in football this year. The
Panthers won three games, lost four, and tied two. Coach Scantlebury and Assistant Coach
Brunk deserve much credit for the manner in which the team handled itself. Through-
out the whole year the Creston team was not out-fought in a single encounter. Although
the eleven came out of some games with the small end of the score, they were never out-
In the first game of the season the beefy Winterset eleven tackled Creston on Irving
Field, but the Panthers turned them back by a score of 7-6.
On the following Friday Corning came over to the lair of the Panther, and the Adams
county boys were well satisfied to hold Creston to a scoreless tie.
Creston played their first game away from home with Chariton and suffered their
first defeat, mainly due to Lescoe and Williams. The final score was 15-7.
Our team then journeyed to Red Oak, our ancient rivals, and after a nip and tuck
battle Red Oak came out of the game with the big end of a 6-0 score. Wilcox, a second
all-state team tackle, and Mertz, big full-back, were the main factors in the Red Oak
Atlantic played us next and both teams walked off the field without scoring.
Creston then went to Bedford and indulged in a part swimming and part football
encounter, but the Panther paddlers showed an excessive diving and swimming ability to
emerge a 6-0 victor. Although Creston played nice football, they should have had the
game by a more decisive margin.
Our old rivals Greenfield beat us by a score of 19-6 at Greenfield on Armistice Day.
In the Shenandoah game the team showed a well polished offense and defense that
Scan had been striving to perfect all season, and held the seedmen to a 6-0 score.
On Thanksgiving we splashed to a 13-6 victory over Clarinda on a field of mud.
The Shenandoah daily newspaper picked an all "Little Ten Conference" team and
Creston placed two men on the first team. They were: Capt. Braunberger at center and
Brotherton at left end.
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