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- — tmmikf mmmm £S2im mm HS5 Larry Brown Bill Cowan Varsity Football Team The varsity football team worked strenuously through practice sessions,- and following the fine supervision of Coach Zehner and Coach Riley, they ended the season with three wins and three losses. The coaches passed on important fundamentals that will prove to be a big help in future years of high school football. The team members showed that they had the neces- sary drive and ability to become a good football team. Carl Busian Ed Newhard Mark Timmons Tom Zimmerman 58 • 17 ■ ' ■ ' U. Mike Davis Keith Showalter Bob Van Gorder Rich Seewald
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Seventh, Eighth Chiefs Learn Football Fundamental FIRST ROW: Mike James, Dave Johnson, Cliff Long, Greg Schae- fer, John Moreland, Paul Burns, Mike Johnson, Mike Sowers, Den- nis Heller, Mike Mudrack, Bill Blackburn, Denny Schmieman. SEC- OND ROW: Mr. Lohr, Jim Deveau, John Deveau, Rick Schneider, Dave McKee, Robert Mencer, Buddie Hamilton, Jeff Maynard, Jim Gibson, Larry Longardner, Randy Diller, Rickey Hoagland, Brian Norton. THIRD ROW: Denny Fuhrman, Dan Fair, MarH Johnson, Rick Werling, Mike Capps, Barry Smith, Steve Warner. 7 Mr. Lohr and Mr. Sawyer trained the seventh and| eighth grade boys, te aching them the fundamentals of football. The seventh and eighth graders worked diligently during practice and developed many of the necessary skills to help them play football thisj year and in the future. The boys had great en- thusiasm and showed good sportsmanship through- out the entire season. The eighth grade team finished the season with one win and five losses. The seventh grade had a season of one win, two ties, and one loss. e seventh grade football team practiced especially hard after jchool to improve their game and techniques. 16
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Varsity Chiefs Have Good Teamwork Steve Heiniger Bill Cowan Bill Loechner This year ' s Varsity Chiefs played with great enthusi- asm and determination to win, under the direction of Mr. Riley. The team upheld Franklin ' s image of good sportsmanship, and demonstrated a great deal of proficiency in their spo rt, as they racked up some impressive victories. Although luck was not always with them, they showed good teamwork throughout the entire year. These boys deserve nothing but praise for the fine job they did for their school on the basketball court. i Jock Barbour Keith Molott Mark Timmons Larry Brown
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