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FRE HME FOOTBALL
L. to R. QTOP ROWJ: SCOTT KLEMISH, CHRIS TOSKA
MIKE GIDLEY, JOE PAITIL, HUGH HOFACER, GRANT
MOUSSEAU, TONY MAYER, STEVE DRUMM,
L. to R. QSECOND ROWJ: JOHN BROCKENBROUGH
JOE TENBUSH, JIM GRACIK, BILL POCKEL, BRIAN
NORTON, ALAN NELKIE, CHUCK ALLEN, JOHN
FOLEY, DAVE IAQUES, JOE WILLIAMS, COACH
BUSHA, COACH DISSITTE
L. to R. QTHIRD ROWJ: BILL ENGLE, JOHN
BRINKMAN, BILL COLTON, BILL RIGG, VERN
BEAUBIEN, DON FINELY, CHRIS MARTIN, JOE
MILBURN, EDDY DAVISON.
L. to R. QFOURTH ROWJ: MARK HOLMES,
DAVE CAMPBELL, GREG FREEL, KEN MCKENZIE,
TODD REINHOLM, CHRIS PATRELL, DAN RANEY.
J. V. L to R, QTOP ROWJ: COACH VIELE, JIM
MANDREKY, SCOTT TOUSLEY, JOE COTTER,
JERRY LAUWERS, DON WILLIAMS, JOHN SI-IEEI-IAN,
GARY BIRKENBACH, BRIAN LUTZ, JEFF NICHOLS.
L. to R. QMIDDLE ROWJ: PHIL LIXEY, JOHN
HIRCI-IAK, LANCE BROOKS, RICK METCALF,
MIKE FISHER, JIM IURCZYK, DON RAKESTRAW,
L. to R. QBOTTOM ROWJ: COACH RUOHOMAKI,
BILL KING, LINSEY BIELBY, PETE WOOD, DAVE
DUNI-IAM, JOHN BOUCHARD, JIM NASH, DAN
THE 1976 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM WON
THREE GAMES, LOST FIVE AND TIED ONE. THE
TEAM HAD 26 PLAYERS, WHICH WAS TI-IE LARGEST
NUMBER OF YOUNG IVIEN TO PARTICIPATE IN
LV. FOOTBALL IN SEVERAL YEARS. ALL OF TI-IE
PLAYERS WORKED VERY HARD AND SI-IOWED
TREMENDOUS FOOTBALL POTENTIAL AS
PROSPECTIVE VARSITY PLAYERS. THE SEASON
WAS A LONG ONE CONSIDERING THE PLAYING
CONDITIONS. AT LEAST HALF OF THEIR
GAMES WERE EITHER PLAYED IN THE RAIN
OR SNOW. THE WEATHER WAS VERY COLD
AND MISERABLE3 HOWEVER, THE YOUNG MEN
NEVER QUIT AND GAVE THEIR ALL INHEN
THEY WERE ASKED TO. COACH VIELE
AND I FEEL THIS TEAM IS GOING TO PROVIDE
SOME EXCITING FOOTBALL AS VARSITY
PLAYERS NEXT YEAR.
THE FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM PLAYED SIX
GAMES AND HAD A RECORD OF ONE WIN AND
FIVE LOSES, FOR BEING IN ORGANIZED FOOT-
BALL FOR THE FIRST TIME, THEY ACCOMPLISHED
A GREAT DEAL. EVEN THOUGH THEIR RECORD
DID NOT SHOW IT, THEIR WINNING RECORD
IS. THE LEADING BALL CARRIERS WERE GRANT
MOUSSEAU, JIM GRACIK, TONY MAYER, AND
BRIAN NORTON, THE LEADING TACKLERS WERE
BRIAN NORTON, STEVE DRUMM, GRANT
MOUSSEAU, DAVE JACQUES, JOHN FOLEY, JIM
GRACIK, CHUCK ALLEN.
GOOD WORK AND KEEP IT UP.
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