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Page 50 text:
55f T5All REVIEW
W a s were r5 succe 1 i their basketball season this year for
e n all time ord f the school. The Bears also won the Sturgis
' ional To ent l the Scoopers have won for the past 8 years.
I taying near he t uring the season the Bears ended second place
' n the conf c 't e defeats, two losses to Rapid City and one loss
-jj to Belle Fou che. ears won a total of 18 out of Z2 games in the season.
W . Their conferenc record was ll wins and 3 losses. The Bears were also
rated as third in the State
Other than the conference games the Deadwood Bears traveled to Miles
City and Forsythe, Montana and to Pierre, South Dakota.
The top honor for this year's teana came when they defeated-Belle Fourche
at the sectional tournament held in Lead. This win enabled the Bears to travel
to Huron to represent the Northern Hills at the State Tournament. Results
were not available at present time.
Next year the Bears will be minus four seniors in their starting lineup.
They are Reece Palmer, David Klein, Eddie Morris and Bill Jones.
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EDDIE MORRIS, Center Sturgis 54 50 BILLY JONES, Guard
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Rapid City 50 68
Lead 65 49
Hot Springs 64 59
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DAVID KLEIN, Forward QW REECE PALMER, Forward
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SENIOR FOOTBALL BOYS AND TROPHY: Left
to right--John Smiley, Reece Palmer, Eddie Mor-
ris, Al Johnson, Billy Jones, Coach Stewart Fer-
guson. Not pictured: Don Gabel.
The Bears turned in their most successful football season this year. They were undefeated
and won the conference championship for the first time in the school's history. During the season
the Bears won five and tied one. The Bears scored a total of 195 points and only had 59 points
scored against them.
Six seniors are leaving this year's team and they can certainly feel proud of their record.
These seniors are: Reece Palrner, Bill Jones, Eddie Morris, John Smiley, Don Gabel and Al John-
Bill Jones, one of the Bears, had a great honor bestowed on him. He was made captain of the
All-State T6 m. I
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Gillette 24 7
pd' I ,fri Springs 13 7
My JJ? Belle Fourche 33 7
WV, Q pearfish 12 0
ji! Sturgis 26 Z6
W M uster 42 6
Lead 45 6
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