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With Mike Dudzik ond Mike Mills boxing their North opponents
ready ond waiting to receive Randy Foeckler's pass.
With Mike Dudzik and Mike Mills boxing their North opponents
from the basket, Bob Zydowicz pops in an easy shot.
Up, up and away it goes as Mike Mills outstretches and outiumps
an opposing player from North for control of the ball.
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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
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.
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.
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Cross Country Comes to Life
Cross country runner Paul Szediewski, concentrating on the course,
wonders, "What happened to the rest of the pack?"
T967 was a year of crisis for the Pulaski Cross Country
team. Faced with the loss of all of last year's lettermen
and their coach, the team launched a campaign to re-
build itself with seven weeks of strenuous workouts, Pre-
paring for the meets, they ran along Kinnickinnic Parkway
with their colorful beanies, sweat shirts, and sweat pants.
Unfortunately they met with strong competition and
finished in ninth place at the '67 State Sectionals. Running
in the South Side Championships, the Harriers fought hard
earning sixth place. The Pulaski runners concluded the
'67 season by taking an undisputed thirteenth place in
the City Cross Country meet.
But against season opposition the Pulaski Harriers
showed promise. Gene Cook proved himself a Pulaski
hopeful for next year by keeping up with the best run-
ners in the Conference. Others who proved their mettle
were .lerry Zoltowski, Dave Leonard and Gary Winters.
Pulaski 32 ....... ..,,,.,............ ........ B a y View 23
Pulaski 34 ........ ...,.,,,,......,,,, ........ H a milton 23
Pulaski 52 ,....., ...South 33 ,...,. .,.... N orth 43
Pulaski 39 ........ .,...,,....,,..,,,, ...........,.. E a st 2l
Pulaski 40 ........ ...... M arquette 'I9
Varsity: TOP: Coach Allman, D, Leonard, G. Cook, L. Baldewicz, D. Zaharias. BOTTOM: J. Pallo, J. Zoltowski, G. Winters, W. Weiss.
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