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First Row: T. Tilson fMgr.l, E. Anastasio, R. Kolb, N. Hopton, I. DeLucia, P. Meehan,
R. Mignone fCapt.7, VV. Parcinski lCapt.l, E. Kiley, E. Usinger, C. DiCenzo,
G. Daniell, I. Nickerson, F. Wintsch fMgr.l.
Second Row: W. Cullen, B. MacLean, I. Reynolds, P. Fielding, W. Hildebrand, W. Dow,
R. Dickie, T. Murphy, H. Bergmann, 1. English, I. Pouzzner, P. Thompson.
Third Row: C. Lindsey, W. Brucksch, S. Collinger, I. Carroll, W. Oldakowski, W. Cfroerer,
F. Fowlkes, P. Downey, D. Sucher, R. Thomas, A. Coldbecker.
Fourth Row: I. Chirgwin, J. Cottrell, A. Conrad, D. Sloane, R. Workman, H. Monde,
. Scoble, G. Mettler, S. Madigan, C. Petrillo, R. Fay.
H.G.S. 0, Trinity Pawling 19
H.G.S. O, Avon old Farms 32
H.G.S. 26, Gunnery 7
H.G.S. 18, Suffield 32
H.G.S. 0, St. Mary's 7
H.G.S. 26, Kingswood 13
Won 2 - Lost 4
The 1957 football season, though not what it might have been, showed a decided
improvement over those of the past few years. Sparked by co-captains, Bob Mignone in the
line and Walt Parcinski in the backfield, the team proved to have some very fine, well-co-
The season started off on September 28, on a somewhat blue note with Trinity Pawling
defeating Coach Erich's eleven on Pratt Field 19-0. The loss was due to the excellent pass
attack effected by the Pawling team. On the ground, the two teams could not have been more
On October 5, we traveled to Avon Old Fanns where the seasonls outlook did not
brighten when we were defeated 32-0, in a game which was a record-setter as far as penalties
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league. The overall total was six wins, two
scoring title, Steve Sewall was thc winner
six, and Pete Bunting with five. Bill Bakke
five wins and one loss compiled in topping the
losses and a tie. In a close race for the individual
with seven goals, followed by Rich Sumner with
allowed an average of only one goal per game.
Mr. Paul is blessed with eleven returning lettermen plus numerous I. V. veterans. In
its first year as a separate unit the junior Varsity under Coach Gregory and captain Pete
Spitzner won two games and lost three. Fullback Charlie Adams will lead the '58 team in
its defense of the league title.
Avon Old Farms 0
J. V. SOCCER
2 - Lost 3
A. Rogol, P. Rowley, S. Feinstein, P. Spitzner fCapt.J, A. Schwartz, J. Casner
Second Row: L. Ledbetter, R. Schpero, H. Geiger, S. McDonald, H. Allen, I. Shanbrom.
Third Row: P.
Morrell, D. Kushlan, L. Lencz, M. Kittredge, T. Seymour, S. Korman
Fourth Row: G. Moakley, T. Sherk lMgr.J, G. Langner, S. Pollard, M. Mack.
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Things went for the better when, on October 19, the team scored its first victory, de-
feating Cunnery by a 26-7 score. The game showed excellent co-ordination between the
line and the backfield and proved the value of really good blocking.
The footballers, on October 26, played Suffield because the originally scheduled
Cranwell game was cancelled when Cranwell was attacked by the Asiatic flu. Suffield defeated
us by a 32-18 score.
On November 8, Hopkins hosted the St. Mary's team and lost 7-0. We came close to
scoring several times and at one point actually crossed the goal line. This score was revoked
as a result of the backfield being in motion. '
Finishing out the season, we won perhaps our most important game defeating out arch-
rival, Kingswood, 26-13. This game was attended by the entire school, and coincidentally
proved the most spectacular with long passes, long runs, and several recovered fumbles.
In the season's statistics, Bill Oldakowski was the leading ground' gainer, with Frank
Fowlkes leading the passing department, and Emil Usinger making the most yardage on
Even with a none too impresive record with two wins, four losses, and no ties, the season
proved entirely' successful with the overpowering of our arch-rival, Kingswood. With numerous
returning lettermen, led by captain-elect Bill Dow, 1958 opponents beware!
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