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First liow, Icft to right: Bruce Hancock, Jacque Angle, Lee Hockersmith, Mike Iiyler, Co-captain Fred
Bolton, Co-captain Archie Devor, Howard Hancock, Henry Luhrs, Glenn Harper, Lee Lynch.
Second Row: Assistant, Coach Jolm Bay, Lester Eutzy, Doug XVerner, Jim llcatll, Jim Thompson, Guy Mellott,
lid Mat-lay, Dick Alpaugh, Jim Goodyear, Head Coach Dick Landis.
Third Row: Galen Mt-lieth, Marlin Mclieth, Ross Kecfcr, Paul Greenwood, Jim Keating, Danny Brenncmen.
Oscar Koontz, lid Hinklc, lioh Smith.
Fourth liow: Manager---Iiill Beckcnhaugh, Dick Plasterer, Bob Alleman, Merton llockwcll, Tom Papoutsis.
Fifth Row: Mamlgers----llalpli Ott, Dana Peterson, and Andy Naugle.
Under their new coach, Dick Landis, the
Greyhounds opened the 1948 football season with
a victory over Quincy. The Maroon and Grey, us-
ing a T-formation, scored in the second stanza on
a long pass from Hockersmith to Lynch, placing
the ball on the one-yard line. Mike Eyler plung-
ed across and Galen McBeth kicked the point. The
Hounds scored twice in the final period, once with
a Hockersmith-Lynch pass and an Eutzy touch-
down and again on a pass from Karper to Hinkle.
The final score was I9-O.
Hershey moved into Shippensburg and hopes
ran high for the Greyhounds, but the invaders
proved too strong. The Trojans scored in the
second and third quarters, adding a safety early in
the fourth period. The Hounds only score came
on a long pass from Hockersmith to McBeth who
raced fifty yards to pay dirt. Hockersmith con-
verted the extra point. Hershey came back with
another score, winning with 22-7.
In the next struggle at Hanover, the champ-
ions proved too powerful for the Hounds, win-
ning by a 59-6 score. The Hounds moved the
length of the field in the third quarter for their
only score with Danny Brenneman doing some
fine ball carrying.
Against Chambersburg, the traditional rival,
the Hounds went down to defeat, threatening
only once in the second quarter when co-captain,
Archie Devor, intercepted a Blue and White pass
at mid-field. Passing and running moved the ball
to the five-yard line where time ran out and the
half ended. Chambersburg came back and scored
twice to win 26-0.
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First llow. left to right: Joanne Hershey, Donna Nalugle, Nancy NVolfe, Lois Heherlig,
Second Bow: Helen Strayer, Olive Angle, Edwinu Kllllflllilll. Doris Frey, Mildred Dunlap.
Girls' lI1t1'2lll1U1'21l Basketball
The girls' intramural basketball games were played on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in the
gym under Mrs. Evelyn Cable's supervision. The scores of the games were as follows:
Black Daggers .... 21-12 Bucket Babes Black Daggers 55- 7 Scorpions
Basketeers ....... 24- 7 Blue Flashes Gremlins 22 10 Blue Flashes
Gremlins ........ 12- 9 Bucket Babes Bucket Babes 15 7 .. Amazons
Black Daggers .... 30- 6 Amazons Basketeers .. 19-10 .,.. .... S corpions
Scorpions ........ 18- 8 Blue Flashes Bucket Babes 16 4 Blue Flashes
Basketeers ....... 15-15 Bucket Babes Gremlins 26- 1 . . . Amazons
Black Daggers .... 13- 3 Gremlins Blue Flashes 14 13 .. . Amazons
Gremlins ........ 28-12 Scorpions Scorpions 9 8 Bucket Babes
Black Daggers .... 26- 0 Blue Flashes Black Daggers 20 14 .. Basketeers
Basketeers ....... 20- 3 Amazons Basketeers .. 15 11 .. Gremlins
Scorpions . . . . . 17-12 . . . . . . Amazons
The Black Daggers won the championship.
The All-Star Team, composed of players of all the teams, won both their games against the S. K. F.
girls. The score of the first game was 12-4, while the second was 32-10. Those on the All-Star Team were:
Nancy Wolfe-captain, Dorothy M. Bowers, Norma Hockersmith, Laura Curry, Donna Naugle, Gloria
Mowery, Nancy Cable, Laura Etter, Betty Long, Ruth Durff, Nancy Bartholomew, Kitty Lou Myers, jean
Mitchell, Winona Wadel, Helene Luhrs, Norma King, Gwendolyn Owens, and Peggy Hippensteel.
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First llow. left to right: Doug YVcl'nc1', Bob Smith, Archie Devor, .Iucquc Anglo, Fri-tl liollon, Guy Mt-llult,
Second Row: Howard Hancock, Lcc Hockersinith, Mike Eylcr, Glenn Karpt-r, Lester Iiulzy.
Out for revenge for last year's humiliating
defeat by Carlisle, the Hounds were quick to cap-
italize on a fumble and a blocked punt. Hocker-
smith and Brenneman scored, but tries for points
were blocked. Carlisle countered with two quick
scores to even the count 12-12. From mid-field a
Hockersmith pass to Lynch put the Hounds ahead
at half time, 18-12. The Green and White in the
third period scored and converted the extra point.
In the fourth quarter Bruce Hancock blocked a
punt, picked up the loose pigskin, and raced across
the stripes. The extra point was good and the final
score was 35-19.
The Hounds traveled to Gettysburg to meet
a strong Gettysburg eleven. The Maroon and Grey
missed a chance to score in the first period. A re-
covered fumble gave them the ball and the
Hounds moved to a first down on the five-yard
line before a fumble gave Gettysburg the ball.
The Little Bullets scored 30 points to win.
On the following Saturday the Hounds met
Scotland on the orphanage field. Scotland scored
first but the Hounds tied them by the half. The
Maroon and Grey scored again in the third period
when Archie Devor intercepted a pass and ran
fifty yards to the one-yard line, where Hocker-
smith plunged over for a 12-6 victory.
Mechanicsburg gave the Hounds their hfth
defeat winning by a 47-7 score. The Greyhounds
only score came in the second period after mov-
ing up the field by a series of passes. Hockersmith
passed to Howard Hancock for the score and the
extra point was made on a pass to Eyler.
Closing the 1948 season, the Hounds went
to Waynesboro to lose their last game 39-6. The
score was 7-0 at half in favor of Waynesbtirca
which scored heavily thereafter. The Hounds only
score came in the third frame. Playing their last
game for S. H. S. were Fred Bolton, Jacque Angle,
Bruce Hancock, Howard Hancock, Archie Devor,
Lester Eutzy, Jim Reath, and Lee Hockersmith.
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