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Page 141 text:
St. Bernards .......... 0
New Britain .,....., 4
Hartford Public .... 10
East Hartford ........ 6
Waterford .....,...... 6
Bulkeley .,,,., ...,.., 9
Weaver .,.... ..,.... 8
F itch ...........,,.,..... 3
St. Bernards ...,..,... 5
N FA .................... 4
New Britain .......... 6
Hartford Public .... 6
Weaver ................ 6
Bulkeley ...........,.... 9
East Hartford ,....i.. 7
Fitch .........4............ 1
Waterford ......,..... 5
NFA ....,,.... ...... 1 O
JOHN RYZEWIC takes over pitching duties for NLHS CAPTAIN GUNTHER gets back safely
Page 140 text:
THE BASEBALL SQUAD. Kneeling: Phil Call, Bob Cramer, John john Ryzewic, John Barclay, john Ellis, Marshall Derry, Mike Parahus,
Bartolucci, Capt. Henry Gunther, Bill Swindell, Francis Smith, Frank Francis Wainwright, George Klepach, Mgr. Martin Reiser, Coach
Messina, Kirk Talley, Standing: Asst. Mgr. Steve Vlaun, Marc Adel, Amanti.
Reorganization is keynote in Whaler Baseball efforts
KIRK TALLEY connects for another hit for NLHS.
Reorganization was the keynote in the efforts
of the 1966 New London High baseball team.
Despite an unimptessive 6-13 record, many fine
performances were turned in during the season
by sophomore and junior members of the squad.
The Whalers started the season with a con-
vincing 6-O shutout over St. Bernards. Bob Cra-
mer, exhibiting line speed and good control,
held the Saints to only two hits, while offen-
sively the team collected nine hits, four of which
were good for extra bases.
In their first CDC contest, an away game at
New Britain, the Whalers were not so fortunate.
Although they led through the first seven in-
nings, the final score showed the Golden Hurri-
canes on top by a 4-2 margin. The next game
found the Whalers on the short end of a 10-7
contest with Hartford Public despite home runs
by both john Ellis and Captain Henry Gunther.
New London next met East Hartford and went
ten innings before bowing to the Hornets 6-5.
Waterford, New London's next opponent, dealt
the Whalers a stunning 6-3 defeat.
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THE JAYVEE SQUAD. Kneeling: Nick Muscarella, Wayne Richards, Dan Czekala, John Tapley, Rosevelt Ranson, Dana MacNamee, Dick
Tony Granata, Juan Madry, Mike Sullivan, Don Northrop, Bob Long, Snape, Mgr. Bill McCarthy.
Fred Froscello. Standing: Coach Young, Reginald Sutton, Bob Tunucci,
New London Diamondmen lose several games in late innings
BOB CRAMER lets go a fast ball.
I Qi . .
New London then retaliated by defeating the
Bulkeley Bulldogs 21-9, as Gunther contributed
a home run and a double. The Whalers con-
tinued their winning ways with a 10-8 victory
over Weaver and a 4-3 decision over Fitch.
New London's three game winning streak
was broken when St. Bernards shut out the
Whalers 5-O. In the next game john Ellis's big
bat accounted for a key triple to spark the
Whalers to a 5-4 win over the NFA Wildcats.
The Whalers next met New Britain at home,
only to be turned back by a score of 6-4. Hart-
ford Public then traveled to New London and
dealt the Whalers another loss, again by the
score of 6-4. Unable to break their losing streak,
the Whalers then dropped games to Weaver,
Bulkeley, East Hartford, and Fitch. In their last
two games, the Green and Gold split with local
rivalsg they defeated Waterford by a score of
9-5 but bowed to NFA 10-1.
Even though the squad's won-lost record was
poor in 196-6, Coach Amanti looks forward to
next year when most of his varsity club will
return, including his ace pitchers Bob Cramer
and john Ryzewic and Captain-elect Phil Call.
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