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Neptune ........ ... 2I . . . .. 20
Atlantic Highlavd- , . 2Q . . 27
Lakewood ...... . 1 6 . . 3 1
Point Pleasant . . . . 28 . . IS
Allentown . . . . 53 . . 18
Freehold . . . . 36 . . I7
Red Bank .. . ZQ . . 26
Toms River . . . . 28 . . 12
Allentown ......... . 41 . . 23
Atlantic Highlands . . 26 . . 20
Neptune ........ . 16 . . 25
Point Pleasant .. . 22 . . 14
Red Bank .... . 48 . . IQ
Freehold .... . 44 . . 35
Toms River . . . 26 . . 16
Lakewood ,.....,.....,.. 25 ..................... 28
lllanasquan High School opened its season against Neptune High School by
defeating them by one point when Stanley 'llruax tossed in a basket during the last
twenty seconds of play.
As in football, a change in the style of play employed by Coach E. Griswold
slowed the team down during the early part of the season. Double victories were gained
over Point Pleasant, Allentown, Toms River and Freehold, while blanasquan was
unable to cope with Atlantic Highlands, twice dropping the games by a margin of three
points or less. Lakewood also proved a double winner, triumphing over lllanasquan
in the last minute of play of the final game on a sensational one-handed shot by a
Lakewood player. Games were also split with Neptune and Red Bank.
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STANLEY TRUAX JOHN KUl.I'INSKY ROBERT BOSSETT
JACK HYDE VERNON KING ROY PIENVILLE
ALFRED WOOD NVALTER ANDERSKJN EUGENE COOPER
JAMES VVOLFERSBERGER LEONARD PYLE PHIL FFOVVNE
CLYDE DANSKIN JOSEPH LAVANcE ROBERT MOORE
KIELVIN VVOOIJ lQOBliRT CLARK JAIXIES BLACK
RAYMOND LEWIS AUBREY CLARK RAYMOND JOHNSTON
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NI. H. S. ......... O... ...Linden .... ......I8
ll. H. S. .. .. S. .. .... At. Highlands .. .. 0
NI. H. S. .. .. 7... ..TOms River .. 6
HI. H. S. .. ...I2 .... .... N eptune .... .. O
M. H. . .. O .... ...Blount Holly .... O
lXl.H.S... ...lVlatawan.... ..O
NI. H. S. . .. O ....... .... . .Lakewood ....... 25
lw. H. S. ......... 20 ........ ........ l Doint Pleasant ..... 0
Dropping the opening game to Linden, lVIanaSquan High School football team
did an about face and rolled along on the crest of victory until Lakewood pushed them
out Of the undefeated group in the Group II competition, as well as the same class in
the Shore Conference.
Starting slowly with green material the ySquan aggregation improved from week
to week, and discounting the Lakewood defeat gained momentum as the season drew
to a close.
Victories over Atlantic Highlandsg Toms River, Neptune High School, played
at night, a tie with lVIount Holly, and 37-O defeat of lVIatawan High School on Big
Sea Day shows the strides of improvement exhihited hy the 'Squan eleven.
A fitting climax to the Season ended with 'Squan defeating its perennial rival Point
Pleasant, 2O-0 on Thanksgiving Day. On this occasion llflanasquan showed at its
hest and out-played the Pointers in all phases of the game.
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Squan's Alumni .., .. 7 . . . . o
Farragut Academy . . . 2 . . 1
Neptune .......... . 2 . . 4
Atlantic Highlands . . 8 . . . 11
Toms River ...... . 6 . . 3
Farragut Academy . . . 6 . . 3
Atlantic Highlands , . 5 . , 3
Point Pleasant .. . 14 . . 4
Toms River . . . 3 . . o
The llanasquan High School hafehall team started its season hy winning its first
two games. They then met with some misfortune when Vernon King, star pitcher was
taken ill, hfel YVood, broke his finger and Dave Brown and Robert Clark were also
hurt. These injuries handicapped thc team considerably and they lost the next three
games. However, when most of the casualties returned to action the team started to
play winning hall and as this luck goes to bat they have run four straight, including
two victories over Toms River, who were leading the shore conference and one over
their old rival, Point Pleasant.
Some of the stars of this team include Rov Henville sensational haclcstou, hlel
I . n 1 1 V T w I
VVood, hard hitting third sacker, 'KRabb1t'y Llarlc, speedy outfielder and Vernon King.
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