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Left to Right: Jim Graham fmanagerl, Charlie Sammons, Dick Moyer,
Terry Sprott, Josh Reynolds, Jack Bowman, Roy Zug, Tim Hollinger.
SECOND ROW: Coach William Cushman, Fred Engle, Jim Leonard,
Manheim Township Varsity Baseball got its first taste
of competition against Manheim Central in a practice
game. Township was defeated, 8-4. ln the second non-
league game of the season, the Streaks, scoring in each
inning, downed Hempfield by a score of i2-2.
Opening their league competition with Penn Manor,
the Streaks lost a close game, 6-4. Penn Manor proved
to be too much for the Blue and White scoring three
runs in the seventh inning which gave Penn Manor the
ball game. Ephrata came from behind and scored seven
runs in the third inning to trounce the Streaks by a final
score of 8-4.
Cocalico overwhelmed Manheim Township by a
score of 9-O. They took an early lead in the third in-
ning and maintained it during the game. Manheim Town-
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Dave MacPherson, John Eshleman, Terry Brenner, Ed Rick, Chuck
Acklin, Jim Davis, Dick Weidner, Garry Jaffae, Jack Keifer.
ship defeated Garden Spot by a wild score of 18-O.
This closed out the first half play in Section 2 of the
County High Baseball League.
In the second half of competition the Streaks lost a
decision to Penn Manor by a score of 3-2, A wild pitch
and an error cost Township the game. Blue Streaks
avenged a previous defeat by beating Ephrata by a
score of ll-6. Undefeated Cocalico kept on their
winning streak by downing the Township nine by a close
score of 5-4.
ln the final game of the season the Township Squad
upset Garden Spot, i3-3. The big inning for the Blue
and White was the first, with five runs. Coach Cushman's
boys finished with a record of three and five in League
Dave McPherson tags out on a close slide.
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Left to Right: Don LaRose, Gary Baltozer, Parker Crowell, Lester
Miller, Jay Schroeder, Joe Mumma, John Snoke, John Showalter,
Jim McCaulla, Morgan Foose, Sheldon Shetter, Harry Mumma. SEC-
OND ROW: Ed Rick, Ed Peznosky, Boyd Wilson, Ray Rutt, Dick
Moyer, Jack Weaver, Clyde Gamber, Fritz Schroeder, Ronald Peters,
John Hammond, Barry Carnahan, Barry Lyons, Jim Neiss, Philip
Shenk. THIRD ROW: Coach Alex Kilkuskie, Ronald Weaver, Jim
Leonard, Charlie Moore, Dave Heinzelman, Henry Brubaker, Jack
Messersmith, Lew Ireland, George Hammond, Ken Hull, Terry Brenner,
John Eshelman, Charles Gaston, Dave MacPherson, John Stark, Tom
Welsh, Coach C. Wendell Hower,
Under the coaching of C. Wendell Hower and Alex Kilkuskie the '57 Track Team
had a very successful season. In a practice triangular meet the Streaks had 82V2 points
compared to Penn Manor's 37V2 and Solanco's 8.
In the first track meet of the season the cindermen finished second to Governor
Mifflin. The scores for the triangular meet were as follows: Governor Mifflin 79, Man-
heim Township 58 and Wilson 22. Township scored 83 points to easily win a triangular
meet against Penn Manor and Cornwall. The cindermen bowed to Columbia in a
dual meet 77-4l.
Several Manheim Township records were broken during the season. George Ham-
mond broke the school record by jumping five feet eleven inches in the high lump.
Lew Ireland, state iavelin champion in 1956, was defeated in the finals at Penn State by
Jan Sikorsky of Mount Pleasant. Even though Lew Ireland heoved the javelin l96 feet N fix!!
lO7s inches, his best throw, Sikorsky tossed it 2Ol feet QM inches for the State Crown. ' it S '
At the State Meet Dave Heinzelman ended fifth in his heat in the 440.
. The mile relay team, consisting of Ray Rutt, Boyd Wilson, Charles Gaston and Dave
Heinzelman, finished third in their heat but wasn't fast enough to place in the finals. li
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Kreider, Orren Knauer, Harold Hafer, Tim Williams, Neil Kockenaur, Byron Kohr,
Steve Weber, Larry Myers.
Manheim Township Tennis Team had a very success-
ful season with a record of four wins and four losses. The
Streaks opened the season with an easy victory over
Lancaster Country Day School, 7-O. The tennis squad
won five singles and the two doubles for the first win of
In the second match Township suffered a loss by
McCaskey's Junior Varsity, 4 to 2, with Orren Knauer
winning the only singles. The Streaks suffered their sec-
ond setback of the season when they were beaten by
Hershey, 6-i. Traveling to Garden Spot, the Blue anc'
White were overcome by a close score of 4 to 3.
Donegal upset the tennis team in a close, exciting
match by a score of 4-3, The Blue Streaks of Manheim
Township defeated the Barons of Manheim Central,
4-3, for the second victory of the year. The third victory
of the season for Township was the upsetting of Hemp-
field, 5-2. In the final match of the season Manheim
Township handed Warwick a defeat, 4-3.
Orren Knauer won the singles of the Lancaster
County interscholastic Tennis League by defeating his
second seeded opponent. At graduation Township lost
three of its Varsity players, Tim Williams, Byron Kohr
and Orren Knauer. The Township Squad is under the
direction of Coach Charlie Kreider.
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