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CHAMPION 130 FOOTBALL
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F. Shuniake and L. Herion, CofCaptains
The victorious 130 team took first place in the S. C. V. A. L. after winning
all of its six league games.
According to Coach Fenton Hill, the 130 team met with the toughest com-
petition in the Mountain View and Gilroy games. Coach Hill used the straight
T formation throughout the successful season and was assisted by Hal Marks
from San lose State.
Fred Shumake, end, was given a special award at the Lion's Club dinner for
being the outstanding player of the season. Lee Herion, quarterback, with
twenty-five points was the highest scorer on the team. Longie Torres, came
second with twenty-four points.
Fred Shumake and Lee Herion were co-captains of the team.
v FRONT ROW: R. Morris, S. Ito, Adamson, D. Monahan, xl. Plaza, B. Moore, E. Fernandez, S. Brackett, B.
Mahre, G. Strom, B. Hindle. MIDDLE Row: L. Menacho, M. Moreno, D. Hirose, D. Conley, Relph, B. Innes, L.
Herion, L. Torres, D. Urban, F. Shumake, A. Dionne, B. Aebersold. TOP ROW: -1. Inglis, T. Hashimoto, E. Butch'
cr, L. Plants, G. Gilliam, G. McGinnis, L. Capitola, A. Chavoya, S. Uriu, D, Wilson, D. Boatman, H, Marks.
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B. Dozier-S. C. V. A. L. First String,
C. Sedgwick and T. Garcia-CofCaptains, Varsity.
The Varsity football squad fought through a fairly successful season finish-
ing third in the S. C. V. A. L. league with four wins and three losses.
Coach Ken Stanger successfully employed the T formation during the sea-
son. He was assisted by Iames Waterman from San lose State.
lack Ruiz, end, was chosen as the outstanding player of the season at the
Lions' Club dinner. The Colbourn trophy which is given for sportsmanship,
outstanding scholarship, as well as expert playing, was awarded to Charles
Tony Garcia and Charles Sedgwick held the honors of being the co-captains
of the team.
Bob Dozier was a unanimous decision for left tackle on the mythical
S. C. V. A. L. first string team. Tony Garcia and Manuel Escalera won places
on the second string.
FRONT Row: Hitchman, E. Hansen, B. Calhoun, T. Moreno, R. Reposa, E. Holmes, I. Mesa, D. Loftis, B
Swanson, S. Torres, T. Garcia. MIDDLE ROW: C. Gonzales, R. Bermudez, V. Fidiam, B. Lara, B. Pence, Ruiz
fW. Yoshimoto, H. Holstein, D. Adamson, T. Arnedo, W. Gilbrech. THIRD ROW: Mr. Waterman, A. Fecht, P
Pangracs, G. Walliri, M. Escalera, B. Dozicr. D. Higgins, C. Hambaugh, V. Harrington, C. Sedgwick, B. Ander
son. P. Orlando.
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CHAMPION VARSITY BASKETBALL
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19 .4,.,,.. ..... M t. View ..,... ,...,.. 4 0
33 .,.,..... ,.... C amphell ...... ,,..... 4 6
23 ...... . ......., Los Gatos ...... ....... 3 8
42 ..,.. .....,. S an ,lose Tech ...... .,..... 4 5
29 .......,. ........ L ive Oak ...,.. ....... 4 5
W. Yoshimoto and G. Wzillin-7--CnJfCaptains
Under the guidance of Coach Marty Mathiesen and his assistant, Doug
Pederson, Fremonts varsity hoopsters turned in a sensational season by
winning seven out of the eight league games and taking first place in the
S. C. V. A. L,
The Indians with three returning lettermen lost only one league game during
the entire season.
The highlight of the season was the Indian overtime victory over San lose
FRONT ROW: B, Poem, M. Escalera, W. Yoshimoto, G. Wallin, S. Beebee, I, Mesa, A, Thompson. SECOND
Row: D. Choate, I. Ralph, N. Mardesich, B. Dozier, B. Coppe, J. Rose, R. Bermudez.
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