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Varsity football coach Dave Freeman closely watches a nightly scrimmage
waiting for the right moment to send end, Dick Finkbeiner, into action.
Lapeer .. ...... ............-,-.......-
Van Dyke ......
Farmington ..... .......
Southfield ....... .......
Walled Lake ........ .......
Fordson ........... .......
1958 FOOTBALL SUMMARY
Waterford ........ .... ....
Mr. Nicholas Menghini, as-
sistant varsity fo o t b a l l
Mr. Dave Freeman, head
varsity football coach.
Mr. Waldo Ashley, Water-
ford's athletic director.
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The 1958 varsity football team - FIRST ROW: T. Goff, J. Sholte, H.
Nicholie D. Panks, B. Nestor, B. Weedon, J. Saum, J. Hetherington, L.
Warner SECOND ROW: M. Mielke, M. Ewer, VD. Hooper, C. Shram, H.
Patterson, B. Ellixon, G. Elwell, B. Cobb. THIRD ROW: R. Bergeman, J.
was seldom associated with football on the
campus this fall as the Skippers had a bad year
of 9 games.
off the season the Skippers met Pontiac -r
after playing the Chiefs even in the first half,
0-0, they fell beneath the war party sent out by the Chiefs
in the second half 26-0.
Apparently still shaken from the previous week the
Skippers were no match for Lapeer losing by a 34-O score.
Recovering somewhat from the fact that lightning does
not strike twice in the same spot the Skippers took their
first lnterlakes encounter over Van Dyke. Tony Hiller
found himself on the receiving end of two touchdown
aerials from Bill Bryce giving the Skippers the game 12-6.
Displaying a fine first half for the homecoming crowd
the Skippers fought the Falcons of Farmington to a score-
less tie at intermission. This condition was not to prevail,
however, as Farmington unleashed their power for 42
points holding the Skippers to six.
Hoke, D. Moran, B. Wood, B. Bryce, H. Wolf, T. Underwood, C Fitz
patrick. FOURTH ROW: D. Finkbeiner, C. Solden, D. Windler, D. Gibson
W. Meyer, L. Brown, T. Hiller, B. Black.
Following the spoiling of the homecoming the Skippers
took to the road and found the hospitality a bit rough.
Berkley made the iourney home for the Skippers a sad
one by defeating them 19-7.
Once again the Skippers took to the road the follow-
ing weekend and Southfield literally sunk the Skippers
in a driving rainstorm 46-7.
Waterford found their next opponent none the kinder
as Walled Lake downed them 55-6.
Taking their fourth iourney the Skippers met Fordson
and the Tractors plowed them under 35-14. Harry Nicolie
unleashed two long runs each netting him touchdowns.
Waterford thein returned to what they thought was the
friendly confines of their own stadium for the season's
final. Wayne must not have known this for they treated
the Skippers roughly sending three seniors to the hospital
before attaining their 27-7 victory.
An unidentified Waterford player is dropped by two Van Dyke Abes as end Tony Hiller
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