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State ‘District basket ‘Ball Tournament
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FALLS City High School took home the class “A” cup in the state district meet by virtue of their victory over Dawson, conquerersof Auburn and Humboldt. Coach “Jug” Brown’s proteges put out Sterling in the first round 13-11, and Nebraska City in the semi-finals. Nebraska City had previously beaten Peru Prep 20-16.
A Golden Avalanche from Table Rock descended on Dunbar and emerged from the fracas with a victory and the class “B” state district trophy. Table Rock eliminated Schubert 18-7 in the opening round and disposed of Bratton Union, Stella’s Nemesis, 15-9 in the semi-finals. Dunbar advanced to the finals with well-earned victories over Bradshaw 12-5 and Union, who had played two extra periods to beat Valparaiso, 15-13.
Falls City Class “A" Winner Table Rock Class “B” Winner
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The following three games were played at home with two victories separated by a 25-18 beating at the hands of the invaders from St. Benedicts. In the first game at home, Wayne went down in another conference struggle 36-23 and in the last game, Omaha University suffered a 37-23 reversal.
In the closing two games of the regular schedule the Hillyards proved superior, the Bobcats losing at St. Joe 47-26 and closing their home schedule with a 39-17 loss at the hands of the former national champions. The next week the Bobcats were defeated by Phillips University 35-15, at the national tournament.
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State District basket cBall Tournament
SUPERIOR team play gave the state district class “C” cup to the boys from Unadilla, who shoved Bennett into the runner-up position. Otoe, Talmage, and Verdon had already fallen by the wayside.
The all-tourney team, as selected by the coaches at Peru, was picked from the best players, best sportsmen, and most valuable men to their respective teams. The offensive strength was vested in Greene of Dawson, and Faller of Falls City at the forward posts with Harpstcr of Dunbar at the pivot position. The guard assignments went to Captain Fisher of Falls City and Shephard who wore the colors of Table Rock.
Unadilla Class “C" Winner All-Tonrnatnenl Team
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