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The road was a little rocky for this year's "B" squad,
but they came out with 8 Wins and lO losses during the
season, Under the capable leadership of Coach Bill Wana-
maker, the team developed into a solid outfit as they
proved themselves in the last game of the season. Aveng-
ing a defeat at the hands of Stillwater earlier in the season,
the Anoka cagers vvon a vvell-earned 48-47 battle over
the pesky Ponies. lt was a real thriller as the Tornadoes
outscored their opponents 4-3 in an overtime period.
There vvere only two other teams in the Conference that
suffered defeats at the hands of a hghting, but inexperi-
enced Anoka troupe. Both Hastings and White Bear were
handed tvvo losses apiece as Alexander Ramsey, Columbia
Heights, West St. Paul, and So. St. Paul each tamed the
Tornadoes tvvice, In District lo play the hoopsters defeated
Elk River, Milaca, and Braham once apiece, and lost a very
close game to Cambridge.
Although on the surface the record does not shovv it,
the season was successful. Coach Wanamaker accom-
plished the sole purpose of o "B" squad, the development
of future varsity players. Several boys received and made
the most of much needed experience. Th roster included
starters, Steve Scarborough, Chuck Buzzell, Ed Zurngable,
Rudy Betlach, George Duffy, and Vern McGonagle. Gther
boys who added much to the development of the team
were, Dave Castle, Richard Castle, Les Nash, Jim Pfleider,
Dick Tollette, John Walters, Bill Brock, Tom Pease, and
Norman Peterson. Sophomores from the "A" squad sent to
gain experience and to help out were Jim Bovvers, Steve
Scarborough, Chuck Buzzell, and Rudy Betlach.
On all of these boys rests the future of the varsity team.
Their vast improvement has been very encouraging and
there is every reason to believe that Anoka's basketball
strength vvill be greatly improved in the next fevv years.
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Carole Meister, Lindo Sjodin, Janice Cater, Jecm VVrc:1bek,
Koryme Koneski, Morlys Conger
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