Brookings High School - Bobcat Yearbook (Brookings, SD)

 - Class of 1940

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50 ATHLETICS a .... .. - 4. - - - .f , .- '-ff Read le.-ft to right. Buck Row Mr. Horrigan, Krueger, Stevens, Swanson, Hill, Creve, Bushnell, Crusinberry, Seas, Steen, Dull, Dorn, Mr. Doi-ring, Mr. Zick. Second Row---Hermanson, Martin, Wood, Smith, Harper, Hammond, Heslup, Searls, Moriarty, Garrisfvll. Wflilner. Olson. Bdfheti. Flittie. Front Rowf Simmons, Adamson. Lees, Cutler, Watson, Lundy, Niklason, Wood, lfbftp Berndtg Langner, VanLuningham, FUTURE BOBCATS ARE TOUGH Brookings-I4 Mitchell-O We showed the power expected of us by defeating the Mitchell Kernels for our first conference win. Earl Tillgren intercepted a pass and Iateraled the oval to Wayne Steen who ran to the I5-yard line. Crusinberry scored from the six yard line. Sterud and Durland stopped Mitch- ell's only threat on the two-yard line. Billings picked up a punt and ran 85 yards for the final score. Brookings-I 4 Pipestone-O We continued our winning streak with a homecoming win over the Pipestone Arrows. The fireworks broke loose when Bob Fleissner blocked an Arrow punt and Gene Waltz, alert end scored. A pass set the stage for the next score when Mc- Millan plunged over from the l-yard line. Brookings-48 Madison-O We climaxed our l939 season at Madison with a 48-O victory. Although the Bobcats started poorly, toward the last of the second period, they pushed over a score and followed it up shortly before the half with- another. This start- ed a scoring spree led by Loren Niklason, Vincent Swift, and Forrest Simmons. About 40 of our boys reported to Coach Horrigan and his assist-ant Doer- ing for their first practice September 6. The purpose of our "B" squad is two- fold, namely, to prepare boys for our "A" squad and to give many boys foot- ball experience that they would not otherwise get. Our "B" squad started the season against a strong Volga team and al- though they played a very good game, they were defeated by a score of lZ-O. The Bobkittens next met Madison's "B" team and although they played an outstanding defensive game Madison scored on a blocked punt and won 6-O. ln the game with Clear Lake the kittens hit their stride both- on offense and defense and won 41-O. In a return game, Volga managed to eke out a lZ-9 victory over the Kittens. In the second game with Madison Brookings turned the tables and handed them a I3-6 defeat. The Bobkittens played a good game to defeat Eastern High 22-6 in the climax.



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52 ATHLETICS .. ... 'l'ui'm-i', Hut-k S. l", Cill'lll'Ill.0l' S. l".. Nikluson The Bobcats defeated the Flandreau Indians 34-21 in our first game of the season. The Bobcats next met Tracy and emerged with a 25-14 victory after four quarters of furious basketball in which all members of the Bobcat team took part. For our first conference victory we whipped the Madison Bulldogs 26-22 and followed it up with a 33-31 over- time victory over Cathedral High at Sioux Falls. Starting the New Year out right, the Bobcats came through with their second consecutive win over the Alumni by a score of 33-18. The Bobcats continued their wins with a 32-13 victory over Redfield: but struck a snag at Aberdeen, where they lost their first conference game 3l-21. Returning to winning form, the Bobcats journeyed to Watertown and whipped the strong Arrows 23-21 in our second overtime game. Our next vic- tor was a 20-18 thriller over Huron Y . We suffered our first loss to a non- conference team when Eastern High of Madison finished on the long end of a 30-27 score- We lost our second confer- ence game to a strong Sioux Falls team by a score of 27-32. Meeting Cathedral High for a return match, the Bobcats again defeated them. This time by a score of 32-29. In another close game with Huron we staved off a lost minute rally and beat them 24-22. The Bobcats were repaid for an early victory when the Flandreau Indians de- feated them 3l-l9. We then journeyed to Madison and overcame the fighting Bulldogs 30-28, but in the next game fell before a strong Yankton team 41-33. ln a return game with Yankton the Bobcats gained revenge by whipping them 25-22, but on the next night lost to the Sioux Falls team 27-24 as a result of a disas- trous third quarter. The Bobcats closed their conference season with a 38-34 victory over Watertown, and finished the regular season by defeating Eastern High of Madison 31-21-

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