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Wayne sinks another two-points on the way to victory.
The Bobcats await the invaluable rebound vs. Wayne.
Heine scores again in a pre-season game against Chubbyville. The Bobcat cagers went on to a winning season. placing second in the conference.
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Coach Mclntire advises his six returning lettermen from 1966-67: Jim Tegelhutter, Dick Estes. Wayne Heine. George Moore,
Bob Lovejoy. and I.eon Portrey.
Basketball Team Has
Thecagers are set for the rebound in the Peru-Wayne game
The Peru State Bobcats launched a losing season with a relatively young team. There were four freshmen and one junior on the starting five; Clyde Wilkins. Tom Patton. Mike Johnson. Pete Stewart, and Wayne Heine. Senior George Moore was absent from the roster for the latter part of the season due to an ankle injury.
Coach Mclntire saw his team rise to third place in the NCC final listings. The standings at the season’s end were:
Conf Overall Off. Def.
W L W L Avg. Avg.
1. Wayne 7-1 22-2 83.1 68.0
2. Chadron 5-3 20.5 81.9 73.3
3. Peru 3-5 12-14 76.5 80.1
4. Hastings 3-5 13-11 78.1 76.2
5. Kearney 2-6 5-15 76.2 86.2
Junior Wayne Heine led the team’s scoring with
an average of 21 points per game; he has been a
starter for the Bobcats for three years. The four
freshmen carried the team’s main load, with Pete Stewart. 6’ 8” center, by far the most improved rookie.
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The basketball team included, kneeling. Jan Bailie, captain: Elaine Flattre. Sue Bosserman. Diana ( ollingham: standing. Bonnie Rutz, Pat Thompson. Bonnie Goodman. Mary McMunn. Marcia Golden, and Crystal McCoy.
Girls Excel InCompetition
Miss Rutz. Karen Achtemeier. Jan Duensing, Cheri Combs, kneeling. Sue Bosserman. Diana Collingham. and Marcia Burr.
The girls basketball season opened with a tournament at Wayne State College in which Peru took a fifth place position. The three game series played by Peru included losses to St. Mary’s, and Kearney State, and a victory over Doane. High scorers were Jan Bailie. 43 points; Pat Thompson. 28 points; and Sue Bosserman, 20 points. For the remainder of the season, the girls posted losses to Maryville and to Warrensburg.
The volleyball team met with much success posting an undefeated season and a first place trophy in the Wayne State Tournament. Their victories included sets against Wayne. Dana, and Chadron.
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