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Page 41 text:
The A Team regrets to say that they had a rather poor season, winning only
two games out of six. The coveted trophy which they held last year was forfeited
to Susanville, but each player hopes to have it back again next year. The team
won both games from Greenville, and lost one to Shasta, one to Red Bluff, and
two to Susanville. The scores in all of these games were higher than those of the
other three teams, proving that although the A's lost the most games, they had a
better shooting team.
The teams two graduating seniors, Gene Bowden and Roland Campos, were
the two outstanding players of the team. Roland Campos was high-point man
for the season.
Their scores were as follows:
JAN. 7 WESTWOOD (HERE) ..20 GREENVILLE 11
JAN. 26 WESTWOOD (HERE) ..20 SUSANVILLE 31
FEB. 4 WESTWOOD (THERE) .... ..41 GREENVILLE 29
FEB. 11 WESTWOOD (THERE) .... ..26 SHASTA 28
FEB. 12 WESTWOOD (THERE) ... ..26 RED BLUFF 28
FEB. 25 WESTWOOD (THERE) .... ..42 SUSANVILLE 53
“B” TE A M
The B Team had a victorious season, winning four games out of the six they
played. Both of their losing games were lost to Susanville. The B's lost their cup
when they lost this second game.
George Mayberry and Carl Ceaglio were the mighty sharpshooters, while
the other players rated a close second. The teams motored to Redding and Red
Bluff on February 11 and 12, respectively, where they battled the Shasta and the
Red Bluff High Schools. The scores for the B game were close, indicating citing game. Their schedule follows:
JAN. 7 WESTWOOD (HERE) ..19 GREENVILLE 11
JAN. 26 WESTWOOD (HERE) .. 4 SUSANVILLE 26
FEB. 4 WESTWOOD (THERE) ..21 GREENVILLE 16
FEB. 11 WESTWOOD (THERE) ..24 SHASTA 22
FEB. 12 WESTWOOD (THERE) .... ..26 RED BLUFF 24
FEB. 25 WESTWOOD (THERE) 20 XT TE SUSANVILLE A M 34
The C's played six games this year, winning four of them. Susanville was
the one opponent they were unable to defeat, but they had other schools down
on their knees. Because they lost both games to Susanville, they also lost the
trophy cup which they held last year.
Jessie Shumate, who spent most of his time as center, was the outstanding
player on the team. With the help of the other four teammates, he accounted for
many of the C's baskets. The following is a table of the games played by the
DEC. 10 WESTWOOD (HERE) ..14 SUSANVILLE 17
DEC. 17 WESTWOOD (HERE) .10 SUSANVILLE 12
JAN. 7 WESTWOOD (HERE) .20 GREENVILLE 9
FEB. 4 WESTWOOD (THERE) .17 GREENVILLE 16
FEB. 11 WESTWOOD (THERE) .14 SHASTA 12
FEB. 12 WESTWOOD (THERE) .26 RED BLUFF 12
“D” TE A M
The D Team played only one game this year, losing it to Lassen on December
10 by a score of 14-17. Future games were discontinued because many ot the
members on the team were ineligible. They are looking forward to a better season
Page 40 text:
BACK ROW: Coach O. Hoffman. SEC-
OND ROW: B. Lance. M. Erickson, R.
Campos, W. Stout. FIRST ROW: C.
Morton, G. Bowden, D. Luff, J. Allan.
BACK ROW: Coach O. Hoffman. SEC-
OND ROW: W. Gleason, A. Ceaqlio.
M. Cozzalio, G. Mayberry, J. Knoll.
FRONT ROW: B. Gonzales, C. Ceaqlio,
B. Ferquson, B. Neipoth, C. Volonte.
BACK ROW: R. Gibson, J. Shumate,
Coach P. Wilson, J. Sloan. FRONT
ROW: P. Bosetti, G. DeClusin, K. Gia-
notti, D. Blacketter.
BACK ROW: F. Broadhurst, E. Serna,
Coach P. Wilson. FRONT ROW: D.
Lauer, C. MacDonald, P. Casias,
Page 42 text:
BOYS' BLOCK "W GIRLS' BLOCK "W"
The Block W society had to be reorganized this
year because all the old members had gradu-
ated and no initiation had been held last spring.
Athletes who had block letters were admitted
into the Block W.
The Block W had three coke sales and one
dance which was very successful. Dances such
as the Snow Ball and the Broom Dance were
very popular with the students.
The organization had no rules to govern the
amount of stripes the athlete wears; therefore
during the school year the fellows spent many
hours working on a constitution. Medals were
given to all graduation seniors and to fellows
going into the service.
PRESIDENT................ DALE ROGERS
VICE-PRESIDENT ........... BUD LANCE
SECRETARY .............. BOB FERGUSON
TREASURER ............... BILL FOSTER
ADVISER ............. COACH HOFFMAN
Out of all the girls in the high school only six
qualified for their Block W's.
In order to exercise the honor of wearing the
Blocks the girls had to participate in at least 3
sports a year and have a total of 1,000 points.
The team sports were basketball, baseball
The individual sports were badminton,
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