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OPPON NT PTACE P.H.B. OPP.
Sunnyslope Sunnyslope 22 25
Leavenworth Peshastin 24 51
Wenatchee Wenatchee 28 41
Cashmere Peshastin 26 25
Sunnyslope Peshastin 26 55
Dryden Dryden 14 18
Leavenworth Leavenworth 51 21
Cashmere Cashmere 21 27
Dryden Peshastin 54 25
Town Team Peshastin 52 26
Wenatchee Peshastin 25 49
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The Game Of The Season
Because of a shortage of space it will be impossible to
write up all the gamesg however, we will write up the outstand
ing game of the year. By looking at the above schedule, it is
easy to see that the Cashmere-Peshastin game, which was played
at Peshastin, had the closest score and therefore was the most
exciting and interesting of all.
This was the second scheduled game which was contested on
our home floor, and when I say contested I mean contested.
The first quarter, the Loggers edged
the second quarter Cashmere took the
score up to within one point of that
made it 10-9.
When the game was renewed, both
played almost perfect Basketball. At
into the lead, 6-lg in
offensive and brought the
of the Loggers, which
teams tightened up and
the end of this period
of play the Loggers had gained another point in the lead. The
whistle blew with the score 19-16.
Then came the last and most contested period of the game.
This period favored the Cashmere team, which, by excellent play
ing, brought the score to a tie: 25-25. But wait! Just as the
whistel blew, Dich Fisher fouled one of the Cashmere players
who received two free throws. Due to the nervous tension and
anxiety, he missed them both. Then the coaches decided on an
over-time play of three minutes which was a battle royal. Again
that schore was tied 25-25 as the whistle blew.
Just a moment! Cashmere fouled and Dick Fisher got one
shot. Here I take space to congratulate Dick. He made the
point to cinch the game for t 5 ,,1gers. '
Each of the Loggers playing. Louie, faith-
ful to his reputation, was xgg.'..?.t'man. The other players
were: Ellsworth, John, Har N ld, and Elwood. They all
did some of their most excel 'Y lent playing. Congratulations,
LOCSH' I By Bruce Towne
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work and built up the jumps. This tournament was held on
Sunday, February 19. Where the jumpers goet about fifty feet
on the 'A' Class jump during the first tournament, after rais-
ing the ju p, they made about sixty-seven feet.
A nu ber of high school boys won prizes at both of these
skii jumps. However, the first tournamanet did not turn out
so well, for Carl Bergren, the champion, fell and narrowly es
caped a broken neck. It is hoped that there may be an even
bigger and better amateur tournament next winter.
Quincy J. Carrell
Even though this form of sport is a new thing for our
High School, it was given a hearty welcome. Kitten Ball was
inaugurated because of the financial situation of the schools
of this valley. Its equipment cost about one-sixth of what
base ball equipment would have cost and furthermore, none of
the players need baseball gloves, either. Enough students
turned out to make up two teams.
There were eight scheduled games, each consisting of a
nine- and a seven-inning game. This gave an opportunity for
all those who turned out to play in at least one of the games
The schedule was as follows:
April 18 ITuesdayD Leavenworth at Peshastin
April 21 lFridayl Cashmere at Cashmere
April 28 CFridayl Dryden at Dryden
May 5 lFridayl ine game!
May 9 fTuesdayl Surmyslppe at Pcshastin
May 12 CFridayl Leavenworth at Leavenworth
May 15 CMondayJ Dryden at Peshastin
May 19 Uiridayl Cashmere at Peshastin
It is impossible to give the scores of these games be
'cause the schedule has not at this time been completed. Next
year we expect to meet all 'comers' and show them a thing
By Bruce Towne.
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