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Harriers Chalk up Six Victories
CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE
Thurston .......... . 34 27
Walled Lake ........ 37 20
Milford ............... 22 36
Van Dyke .................. 24 37
West Bloomfield ...... 24 34
Berkley ................... 26 31
Southfield .,..,.........,..... 25 33
Pontiac Central .............. 38 18
Orchard Lake CSt. Mary'si 19 43
, Waterford's cross country team played the role of the winner last fall as they
won 6 of 9 meets. .
for extra yards
at the starting
two mile run.
Waterford sent five boys to the Thurston Invitational and they were able to take
fourth with four boys winning ribbons.
Taking their first triangular in the history of Waterford Cross Country the
Skippers beat Southfield and Farmington 25-33-27.
Their third setback of the year came at the hands of the Pontiac Chiefs 18-38.
The Skippers managed a third in the Inter-lakes conference meet. Larry Chapman
took fifth and received a medal for his days work for the Skippers.
Farmington Country Club, the site of the Regional Cross Country Meet, saw the
Skippers nab 10th of 14 entries.
Rounding out the season on a winning note the Skippers soundly trounced
Orchard Lake St. Marys 19-43. t
C C T Team - Foster, Chambeflaln, Lewis.
Eichbreclmis Eurgmpmanl G' Dodmanl L ROW: A. Ruelle, J. Gibson, J. Gaff, D. Mahrle,
Harms. SECOND ROW: L. Hanna, R. Butler, R- Robinson'
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J. V.'s Take Two,
Tie Two, Topple Twice
1958 JV FOOTBALL SUMMARY
Pontiac Central .................. 6 Waterford ......-..---
Van Dyke ,,,,.,,,, .... 6 Waterford ......
Farmington .... .... 0 Waterford ......
Berkley ,,.,,,, .,.. 6 Waterford ......
Southfield .... .... I 3 Waterford ......
Walled Lake ..... .... I 3 Waterford ......
Lapeer ,,4.,,, .,,, 2 Waterford ......
The opening game of the JV's seven game
schedule was played in the rain at Pontiac. The
Skippers and the Chiefs fought to a 6-6 tie with
Clyde Fitzpatrick getting the Waterford touch-
clown on a pass from Bob Newman.
The JV's didn't get their offense going in time
to avoid getting their second straight tie, 6-6, this
time with Van Dyke. Bob Newman sneaked over
for the Skippers lone touchdown.
Outplayed all the way, the Falcons just couldn't
stop the Junior Varsity. The Skippers poured it
on throughout the game with Clyde Fitzpatrick
getting two touchdowns, and Bob Newman, Bob
Carter, and Mike Kaines each scoring once for a
Berkley's Junior Varsity was the victim of the
Skippers next uprising, 28-6. The JV's broke loose
The 1958 junior varsity football team - FIRST ROW: B. Couture,
D.P IDC E.S 'th D Gff H.Savas D Ba1le,J.
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Deitrich, J. Morton, B. Newman, A. Daisly, R. Bennett, A. Larsen.
SECOND ROW: P. Giannini, N. Rise, R. Mellema, D. Parker, L.
Hornsby, J. Comas, B. Ericson, N. Garyet, B. Akerly, D. Lloyd,
Sophomore halfback, Harry Savas drives drives through a host
of Van Dyke tacklers.
in the second nair after leading by 7 points and
scored 3 touchdowns. Bob Newman, Harry Savas,
Mike Kaines, Bob Carter got TD's for the Skippers.
After an evenly match first half, the Southfield
Jays punched across a second touchdown late in
the game and the reserve Skippers iust couldn't
get going again in time to score. Harry Savas
scored the Skippers' lone touchdown, 7-I3.
A crew of Vikings from Walled Lake gave the
Junior Varsity its only shutout of the season by
beating them 13-0 on the home field.
By blocking a punt in the end zone late in the
fourth quarter, the Lapeer Junior Varsity escaped
being completely shutout by the Skippers on the
Panther gridiron in the season closer.
Mike Kaines scored twice and Bob Carter once
for the Skippers in their I9-2 victory.
T. McArthur, B. Carter, T. Peter. THIRD ROW: M. Kaines, R Suas
L. Bennett, T. Farris, R. Bomsta, G. Abel, P. Rask, J. Koenig B
Marti, B. Johnson, T. Wilson, M. Gianini.
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