Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1968

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t J Sophomore Basketball: TOP: T. Koralewski, D. Schwichtenburg, F. Kmeic, J. Michalek, M. Ureda, J. Kowal,T. Tuchinski, Coach Markunas. ROW 2: S. Wronka, J. Raddant, W, Schacht, L. Foeckler, D. Wend- zinski, H. Kufahl, D. Lasso. BOTTOM: R. Engelhart, J. Janusz, R. Lucas, J. Ulatowski, L. Ostrowski, T. Schwartz, C. Drewicz, V. Gradinian. Soph Cagers Tie Varsity Record Perfecting their passing, dribbling, and guarding prowess, the sophomore basketball team jumped into practice sessions late in October. Many hours after school in the gym were dedicated to preparation for a competitive season. Coach Markunas led the new recruits into a 7-9 game standing. The starting Cagers were Charles Drewicz, right forward, James Janusz, left forward, Thomas Schwarz, center, William Schacht, right guard, and Larry Foeckler, left guard. In the opening game of the season Hamilton outplayed the Sophomore Rams. Rebouncling against their first loss, the Cagers set an upset victory over Lincoln, 46-27. ln the West game a tense last quarter ended in defeat for Pulaski. At the end of the fourth quarter, the score was tied, 40-40. Pulaski scored, but West drew another tie. Proceeding into double overtime, West finished with a score of Sl-42. The Sophomore Cagers also passed by South, Custer, Juneau, Washington, and Bay View. Leading scorer fo' the season was William Schacht, totaling l5l points. With a tremendous iurnp, Tom Schwarz controls the opening tipoff in the B-team game against West Division PUl0SlYl Hamilton 40 Pulaski . ..., ...... L incoln 27 Pulaski ....... ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, W est 48 Pulaski Boys' Tech 30 Pulaski ...... . ........ North 56 Pulaski ,,,,,,, King 50 Pulaski ........ Custer 31 Pulaski ,,,,,,,, Eqgt 54 SCORES PUlGSl1l .. Hamilton 33 Pulaski .... Marshall 46 PUlU5lSl ...... Juneau 35 Pulaski ...... Lincoln 48 Pulaski Washington 38 Pulaski .. Bay View 43 Pulaski ,,,,,,--,- Wes, 51 PUl05l4l Boys' Tech 46

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Cagers Basket Winning Scores The Ram Cagers under Head Coach Gradecki and Assistant Coach Romberg spent long hours at practice this year in search of the perfect play and eventual victory on the court, With eight returning lettermen providing the experience, the team looked forward to a winning season. Starting the season with a win over Hamilton, the Rams went on to upset the T967 State High School champions, the Lincoln Comets, by a score of 96 to 92. The team captain, Bob Zydowicz, led the scoring efforts along with Mike Mills, Randy Foeckler, and Jim Radke. The team's leading rebounder was Mike Mills who held a season record of 2l4. Jim Radke led the Cagers in free throw records by sinking 63 per cent of his shots. Other highlight games of the season provided the Rams with success enough to make i968 a first division year. The starting five were bolstered by the efforts of iunior letter- men, Jeff Cummisford, Wayne Pepper, Robert Johns, and Jeff Lawnicki. Completing their regular City Conference games with seven wins and nine losses, the Rams went on to the State Sectionals. After winning their first game against Varsity Basketball: TOP: Assistant Coach Romberg, D. Seeger, J. Cum- misford, E. Hermann, R. Johns, G. Suvaka, R. Zydowicz, A. Natole, G. Golembiewski, Mgr. K. Klawien, Coach Gradecki. BOTTOM: J. Bay View, the Pulaski Rams scored the upset of the tournament by beating previously undefeated Greenfield. ln the final regional section a tight defensive game was not enough to hold back South Milwaukee who had taken a fast running start in the first quarter, and the Cagers were eliminated from sectional competition. SCORES Pulaski 54 ..., ,.....,.....,........... W est Milwaukee 6l Pulaski 68 ........ ................ H amilton 53 Pulaski 96 .,...,,, ,,..,,.,....,. L incoln 91 Pulaski 70 ,...,,., ......,. W est 86 Pulaski 64 .,.,.... .......... S Outh 53 Pulaski 62 ,,,,.,,, .,....,,,,.,.,..,, N orlh ill Pulaski 75 ,,,,..,. ........ R ufus King l02 Pulaski 80 ,.,,,,,, .,,,,.,,,,,,.. C uster 89 Pulaski 63 .A,..... ,,,,........ E GST 74 Pulaski 82 ,,.,.... ,....... H amilton 64 Pulaski 74 ........ .... M Grslwll 68 Pulaski 68 ..,.,,.. ,.....,...,. J uneau 43 Pulaski 86 ........ ..........,...A. L iI'1C0lr1 94 Pulaski 67 ,,,,.,,, .,...,.. W ashington 63 Pulaski 69 ..,..... ........ B GY View 7l Pulaski 66 ........ ............ W est 70 Pulaski 73 ........ .......,.... T eCl1 92 Pulaski 73 ,.,,..,, .....,......,...,... B ay View 62 Pulaski 74 ,,,,..,, ,,,.,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,., G reenfield 69 Pulaski 51 ,,,,..,, ........ S outh Milwaukee 73 Radke, L. Baldevvicz, M. Dudzik, M. Mills, J. Demski, R. Foekler, W. Pepper.

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