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.: ' Mm Harold and Howard Fisher not only were standouts on the football team at fullback and quarterback respectively, but were also first string forwards on the varsity basketball squad under Buckmaster. Both drilled the basket continually in practice and in games all year. B B fl S K f T B (1 L L For the first time in many years, a B basketball schedule was carried out by the four county league schools with the Pirate five easily winning all six games. League scores with Santa Paula were 51-7 and 32-22; Oxnard 56-22 and 50-23; and Fillmore 45-24 and 21-13. In practice games, however, the lightweights did not fare so well, losing to Nordoff 19-18, and to Ventura Jr. High 25-22, but later drubbing the Mariners in a return game 29-15. Paul Wilson, tennis mentor for both junior high and VJC, took over the coaching duties. B BASKETBALL — Row 1: Manager Boles, Clark, Clemenls, Bivin, Lythgoe, Coach Wilson. Row 2: Beyer, Parada, Foster, Smith, Edmonson, Houlihan.
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A BASKETBALL — Row 1: Coach Buck- master, Henfce, LaBrum, Guthrie, Corey, Mana- ger Boles. Row 2: Sliles, Cooney, O ' Connor, Lov- att, Hardacre, Gruell. Missing from the pic- ture are Marinovich, Harold Fisher, Howard Fisher, and Lee Valen- fl B fl S K f T B fl L L The Pirate Prep cagers played six Ventura County League games, winning five, to finish in a first place tie with the Fillmore Flashes as co-champs of the league. Joe Buckmaster ' s five also played six practice games, winning four. In county play, the Babes downed Santa Paula 29-7 and 42-31; Oxnard 48-18 and 45-23; Fillmore 39-28; and fell before Fillmore 36-34 with a last second shot as the gun sounded. Playing the strong Santa Barbara quintet in a three game " series, " the Preps edged the Dons two games to one in close overtime contests. Scores were 33-22, 32-34, and 43-36. Again there were many standouts on the Pirate five; such as Harold and Howard Fisher, midget forwards who could hit the hoop from almost anywhere; Milo Marinovich, sky- scraping center; John Hardacre, Tom Walbridge, and Frank LaBrum, guards. Because of the difficulty of getting the coaches and sport scribes together, no official " all-conference " team was picked in basketball this year. JOE BUCKMASTER " akes Over Coaching Duties Again
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A. B TRACK TEAMS Row 1: Perry, Lingel, Arneal, Henke, Cottriel, Ronk, Saunders, Ran- dall, Manager Dugan. Row 2: Warren, Wool- sey, O ' Connor, Ed- monson, Fulton, Logan, Ricards, Coach Gow- der. Row 3: Manager Felton, Roberts, Lythgoe, Barnes, Yanez, Bivin, Foster, Thurman. G [ I S f I 4g- M»MjtU.- i| M ■ As El Pirata goes to press. Bob Gowder ' s Pirate Prep A and B teams have competed in only one meet but are eagerly looking forward to the Oxnard meet and the county finals May 13 at Houser Field. In the triangular contest the Babes completely walked over Santa Paula and Fillmore by scoring 92 points to 29 for the Cardinals and 1 1 for Fillmore in class A. Class B scores were 44 for Ventura, 39 for Fillmore, and 25 for Santa Paula. Although times and distances do not compare with those of former years, a few good perform- ances have been turned in: Edgar Henke continually put the shot over 42 feet; Walt Cottriel broad- jumped between 19 and 20 feet; and along the line of sprinters, Dale Perry, Bob Yanez, Dale Lythgoe, and Henke all took turns at breaking the tape. EDGAR HENKE Ace Shol-Putler WALTER COTTRIEL Up in the Air DALE PERRY Opens Up
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