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JERRY SUTTON STRETCHES hi» full 6-6 frame in for another two points against the Jefferson J-Hawks Rock Island won the game 71-60. Unable to stop Sutton is Jefferson’s Dick Mullen (55). DANG IT, JUST MISSED seems to be the feeling of Clinton’s Mike Eberle as he is unable to stop Darryl Day from collecting two more points in Rock Island ' s 84-55 win over the River Kings. DARRYL DAY Senior Forward BASKETBALL 213
Page 216 text:
Pebbles Grab Fourth Place in Valley Conference MEMBERS OF THE 1964-63 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SQUAD arc: Front Row: John Moyer, mgr.; Harry Franck, Greg Bell, Gary Moore, Steve Dawson, Bob Skowronski, Bob Bacon, Stan Dawson, Jim O’Melia, Bob Peterson, and Jack Kaskaid, mgr. Back Row: Coach Jim Johnstone, Gary Bender, Steve Sittig, Colon Bream, Bob Marquis, Gordon Ellingsworth, Warren Williams, Bryan Glossop, Randy Smith, Lynn Cunningham, Bob Deitrich, Larry Boswell, Jim Whitney, mgr., and Assistant Coach Frank Youngist. Scoreboard Rock Island 30 Alleman 59 Rock Island 37 Quincy 44 Rock Island 46 Washington 62 Rock Island 37 Davenport West 28 Rock Island 55 Dubuque 58 Rock Island 49 Clinton 48 Rock Island 82 Iowa City 70 Rock Island 49 Davenport Central 64 Rock Island 48 Moline 52 Rock Island 52 East Moline 51 Rock Island 55 Jefferson 66 Rock Island 37 Peoria Central 55 Rock Island 37 Davenport West 41 Rock Island 55 Dubuque 51 Rock Island 55 Clinton 49 Rock Island 57 Iowa City 53 Rock Island 56 Galesburg 92 Rock Island 56 Davenport Central 67 Rock Island 32 Moline 52 Rock Island 60 East Moline 55 Rock Island 53 Alleman 49 212 BASKETBALL Scoreboard The Rock Island sophomores were defeated 59-30 in the opening game of the season by the Alleman Pioneers, but Rock Island came back in the final contest of the l%3-64 season to take a 53-49 verdict over Alleman, to show the Rock Island improvement over the season. The Little Rocks finished the season with a 9-12 record and copped fourth place in the Missis¬ sippi Valley Conference. Larry Boswell, Steve Sit¬ tig, and Bryan Glossop paced the Rock Island scor¬ ing. Following these three players came Gordon Ellingsworth and Jim O ' Melia. Coach Jim Johnstone finished his first season as head sophomore coach. Johnstone coached the cagers from a 4-9 mark to finish with a 9-12 winning five of their final eight contests and both of their last two outings. The Pebbles finished with a 8-8 mark in the Valley and a 3-5 record in the Quad- City Conference.
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DAN TEAGUE LETS LOOSE with a long 20 foot jump shot for another two points against the Iowa City Little Hawks. Teague fired in 18 points against the Little Hawks. Seven Rocks Hit Over 100 Points For The Season HO t DID YOU GET UP THERE? Bud Hoover (33) of the Davenport West MEL-HALL Falcons seems to be asking as Mel Hall goes up high for a field goal. Senior Forward 214 BASKETBALL
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