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Page 110 text:
Left to Right: Tom Rhorback, Ken Carpenter, Neil Kochenour, Mike
Moore, Jim Koehn, Jim Graham, Jere Danz, Ray Rutt, Bob Saner,
Charlie Moore, Barry Carnahan, Louis Edwards lmanagerl. SECOND
ROW: Joel McCorkle, Jere Kenderdine, Floyd Moore, Barry Helm,
Bob Buller, Don Witwer, Tim Hollinger, Jay Schroeder, Jay Kreider,
Under the superb coaching of Eugene Miller and
Charles Hungerford, the wrestlers dominated the win-
ter sports program, turning in their finest season on
ln a pre-season tilt, the boys swamped New Cum-
berland to the tune of 56-O. ln their first District Three
match, they blanked Warwick, 52-O. Avenging last
year's defeat, the Streaks decisioned Lancaster 29-l4.
The league's perennial powerhouse, Manheim Central,
handed Township its only setback of the year, but the
team bounced back to trounce Reading, 35-14, on the
opponents' mats. ln a non-league encounter the mat-
men easily disposed of Hanover, 33-8. Traveling to So-
lanco, Township's stalwarts dumped the strong Mules,
3l-ll. In another non-league match, York Central
fell to the score of 37-8. Turning in their third shut-
Josh Reynolds, Dick Saylor, Coach Hungerford. THIRD ROW: Bob
Eichelberger, Jay Graft, John Lerbscher, Jim Foose, Mickey Mumma,
Ken Coho, Marty Murray, Pete Pringle, Harold Hater, Fred Engstrom,
John Bowman, Tim Griest, Ed Peznosky. ABSENT: Mike Powl.
out of the year, the Streaks blanked Hempfield, 47-O.
For the fourth straight year, the grapplers emerged the
victor over Columbia, 36-9.
Many of the boys turned in fine individual records.
Jim Koehn remained undefeated throughout the season,
while Tom Rohrbach, Mike Moore, Jere Danz, Ray Rutt,
Bob Saner, and Charles Moore suffered only one loss.
Notable performances were also turned in by Jim Gra-
ham, Ken Carpenter, Neil Kochenour, and Heavyweights,
Mike Powl and Barry Carnahan.
Looking forward to next year, our Junior Varsity
team compiled a record of 5-l, their only loss coming
at the hands of Manheim Central. The team was vic-
torious over Warwick, Columbia, Hempfield, Solanco,
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Page 109 text:
Left to Right: Alvin Herr, Bill Stoe, Carol Miller, Margie Kunzler,
Dennis Herr, Brad Eastman. SECOND ROW: Coach Latshaw, Conan
Raftensperger, Jere Danz, Wayne Tyson, Francis Gerz, David Lefever,
The Rifle Squad under the direction of Coach Ward
Latshavv, has a total of six matches during the 58 season.
The team practices three times a week and is made up of
The Streaks rifle team opened the season with a
victory over York High School 489-463. In the second
match, the squad downed Donegal in a close match
Randall Redman, Louis Edwards, Dick Atkins, Lorna Hershey, Donald
Witmer, Jack Musselman.
Ephrata defeated the Streaks 490-483. Bill Stoe
led the Blue and White shooting the only iOO of the
season. Even with the help ot teammates Alyin Herr,
Dave Letever, Jere Danz and Brad Eastman, the Rifle
Squad was unable to overcome Ephrata's fine shooting.
York High 489
Mr. Lotshaw instructs three
Annie Oakleys, Carol Miller,
Margaret Kunzler and Lorna
Page 111 text:
Bob Soner Roy Ruft Jere Donz Jnm Grchom Jxm Koehn Make
KNEELING Coach E Muller L to R Bcrry Ccrnohon Charles Moore, Moore Nell Kochenour Ken Carpenter Tom Rohrbock
The Streaks ond their cooche wotch o tense rnofch.
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