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We again had a fine trio of cheer leaders this
year. Two of the girls. Bonnie Huss and Bonnie
Gibson, were refelected this year. Since this
has been their third year of experience in the
art of yelling. they have each received a sweat-
er with a letter for their splendid work.
Carol Barger was our new cheer leader this
year. Although she was just a sophomore, she
made an excellent yell leader.
The girls' costumes were very attractive.
They were planned to represent little "kittens"
Bonnie Huss. the eldest of the girls. will
graduate this spring: so we wish Bonnie and
Carol the best of luck in cheer leading in the
Left to right: Bonnie Huss,
Carol Barger, Bonnie
Left to Righti Leon Bycrly, Dt-an
Decker, Mgrg William Bryan,
Coach: Eddie Zirklc, Mgr.
Cooch ond Mgr's
Each vear there are some boys who put forth
a greatvdeal of effort in behalf of our team.
These boys play almost as important a part in
our basketball programs as the ball players.
Yes, these are our student managers. This year
they were Eddie Zirkle, Leon Byerly, and Dean
k three veiy fine lads who deserve more
Dec er. " .
praise than managers actually receive.
The work of the managers includes such
various duties as keeping the dressing room
and supplies in order, attending all practices.
keeping an accurate shooting chart, and assis
ing the team at all games.
Mr. Bryan, again has completed another fine
vear of coaching, and we are very grateful to
him for doing such a swell job. He has raised
the standards and skills of our team even high-
er this year. and he has given the team not only
a way but a will to fight and win.
We admire Mr. Bryan very much indeed for
his patience and ability in contributing so
much to our team and school. May he always
remain the fine coach that he is today.
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BOTTOM ROW CLeft to Rightlz Bob Worden, Don Yager, Doyle Stern, William C t
Bryan, coachg Art Moser, Dave Paxson, Vernon Crozier. Y
SECOND Row CLeft to Righty: Leon Byeriy, Manager, Willis Prichard, Dale and
Meyer, Lester Meyer, Victor Gerber. Luther Gerber, Eddie Bryan, Eddie
Before a capacity crowd the fighting Bobcats played their best game of the
County tourney and swept on to a hard earned victory over the mighty Petroleum
Panthers, with a score of 45 to 30.
The score at the first quarter was 12-5 in favor of the green and white. Petro-
leum put up a hard fight during the first half to hold the score to 23-13. Lancaster.
During the second half the Bobcat's defense loosened up and the quarter ended 31-26
in favor of Lancaster. At the start of the last quarter the Bobcat's offense began to
tighten so that their margin was 14-1 making the final score 45-30. The scrap and
teamwork of the entire squad brought our team a well-earned victory.
Lancaster won the right to play in the finals by winning over Jackson 43-321
this gave them their second defeat of the season. In the semi-finals Lancaster edged
out the Liberty Center Lions by only one point, 39-38.
Following the final game Lancaster was given the trophy and crowned the
H1949 Wells County Basketball Champions" by Superintendent Lee.
Lancaster also had the honor of having four boys placed on the "all-Coimty
team" and two on "Honorable Mention."
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