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ROCKY’S 1966-1967 Sophomore basketball team, KNEELING: Don Kelly, Frank Riley, Carl Bates. DeArmond Briggs, Rick Miers, Dan Harris, Frank Wood, Bernard Teague, and Dave Kurler. STANDING: Assistant Coach, Hugh Johnson, Dave Drake, Bill Fallon, Carter Nicholson, Bob Jackson, Mike Timion, Emmett Jameson, Carey Cox, Terry Cox, Tony Cook, Jeff Novak, Tom Caller, and Head Coach, Frank Younguist. Sophomore Cagers Enjoy Prosperous Season The 1966-67 Rock Island sophomore SCOREBOARD basketball team closed out a successful season with a heartbreaking- double over¬ Sophomore Basketball 1966-1967 time defeat at the hands of Alleman. The Rock Island 39 Alleman 52 defeat ended a surprising- season for the Rock Island 49 Quincy 75 “Little Rocks” who compiled an impressive Rock Island 61 Dubuque 32 record of 14-7. The year was hig-hlig-hted Rock Island 62 Rockford Auburn 39 with several close contests. The pebbles were Rock Island 76 Davenport Central 55 able to squeak by Galesburg- by one point Rock Island 62 Jefferson and East Moline by two. Among- its seven Cedar Rapids 58 losses were two to a powerful Moline team Rock Island 53 Moline 62 and two other defeats attributed to Washing-- Rock Island 69 East Moline 67 ton, one of which was a triple overtime. The Rock Island 58 Iowa City 53 Pebbles were led all year by the tremendous Rock Island 82 Washington 85 play of Dan Harris and Banard Teague. Rock Island 62 Clinton 57 They also received a great deal of support Rock Island 87 Davenport West 50 from Carl Bates, Frank Riley, and Frank Rock Island 60 Davenport Central 40 Wood. Rock Island 82 Dubuque 37 Rock Island 41 Moline 59 Rock Island 74 East Moline 39 Rock Island 65 Clinton 50 Rock Island 55 Washington 75 Rock Island 79 Davenport West 40 Rock Island 63 Galesburg 62 Rock Island 62 Alleman 63 234
Page 237 text:
Rocks in Title Go for 7th Straight Season Drop it!’ , commands Terry Denoma, and Curt Anders obligingly obeys. Fine Five Fall in Finale “Don’t bother me.” says Pete Gillis as he connects on a fast break Rocky Cagers, seeded second in the re¬ gional, drew seventh placed Riverdale as their first opponent. The Rocky hoopsters proved to be too much for the Rams by easily defeating them 73-45. Semi-final action pitted the Rocks against Geneseo. The Rocks put on a fourth quarter shooting display to win 92-75. For the seventh straight year the Rocks found themselves in the title game, this time against Moline. The third meeting be¬ tween the two squads was a nip and tuck battle right down to the wire before the Rocks bowed out of the tourney 54-45. BALLET ARTIST Tom Dreessen exhibits a polished pirouette during the tournament action. 233
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Cinder men Show Unique Diversity and Depth 1967 VARSITY TRACK Squad members are, FRONT ROW: Don Rhode, Pete Beckman, Jerry Boxman, Rich Hanson, Dave Thompson, Mike Larson, Mark Pealstrom, Glenn Hunter, Rick Doden, Mike Tappero, Wayne Simmons, and Bill Todd. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Ben Clark. Herbert Koscheir, John Pepke, Mark Pesses, Allan Miller, Dale Bacon, Greg Gillette, Steve Austin, John Mliench, Harry Moye, and Rick Randolph. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Hod Lundeen, Pat Kirby, John Russell, Ken Williams, Jim Bell, Don Wright, Mike Chaney, Kent Sackfield, Gary Omilak, Bill Huff, and Jim Harris. FOURTH ROW. John Slieter, Ed Earnest, Bob Sager, Mike Creekmore, Steve Saunders, Ken Thomas, Tom Kelly, Cecil Lucas, and Gus Johnson. BACK ROW: Terry Hodson, Mark Schwiebert, Steve Paul, and Chuck Austin, Head Mgr. Speedsters Start Season with a Hardy Team Rock Island’s 1967 track team posed a bright outlook for the coming season. An enthusiastic squad of over sixty commenced practice in the second week of February. The cindermen promised to field a team with great diversity and depth in all fields of competition. Returning lettermen are Bob Sager, Don Staton, Ed Thomas, Don Albrit¬ ton, and Rich Hanson, all who will practice hard to excel in their specific events. The 1966 thinclads completed a near perfect dual meet record, losing only to Moline. They also placed second in district, third in Quad-City, fourth in the Gateway, and fourth in the Davenport Relays. BOB SAGER explodes sending the shot for an¬ other fine put. THE FIBERGLASS pole whips as Don Albritton nears clearing the bar. 235
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