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Underclassman Teams Learn Fundamentals and Dave Barnett. Standing are Jan Bosserman, Keith Vachon, Byron Choka, George Wagner, Ken Post, Roy Wright, Greg Hunt, Robin Hartzel, Dave Zumbaugh, and Mike Martone. The Chiefs finished third in regular season play. Pictured above are the eighth grade chiefs(LEFT TO RIGHT) in Taylor, Vic Getts, Jeff Goshert, Doug Wetsel, Randy Gernhardt, row 1: Kevin Drew, Mike Shippy, Phil Layton, Bob Klemke, Phil Brad Owens, Tom Smead, Brent Cleveland, Bob Ruby, Wayne Niman, Gary Heaston, and Dough Breeden. Row 2 includes Rick Deppen, Gary Newman, and Coach Egley. 35
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Freshman Chiefs Place Third in the City Franklin varsity Chiefs finished a good season this year. The team finished third in the city in regular season play. Freshmen has shown skill and sportsmanship as well as displaying much en- thusiasm. Mr. Riley, their coach, led the team throughout the season with able planning and as- sistance. The team demonstrated proficiency in their sport. Eighth grade Chiefs, coached by Mr. Egley, have worked many hours learning new techniques and improving their skills. Although victory was not always present in their games, these boys showed great determination to win, consideration, and fair play. Although they did not win any game this year, Franklin ' s seventh grade had their first experience in participating on a junior high team and learned many important fundamentals. Coached by Mr. Parker and Mr. Overmeyer, this team played with pride and spirit. Franklin ' s varsity Chiefs are (FROM LEFT TORIGHT, KNEEL- ING)Tom Crosley, Tony Terrell, Coach Riley, Davis Ecenbarger, Seventh grade basketball team members include (LEFT TO RIGHT)Mr. Parker, coach, Paul Shaw, Tim Sievers, David Kueh- nert, Kim Hobeck, Wilburn Vance, Bob Fox, Gary Lewis, Glen Carr, Bill Gross, Bert Gaston, Barry Drew, and David Lewis. 34
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Cross Country, Wrestling Show Results Franklin Junior High School ' s cross country team proved to be successful this fall with an 8-4 record. The determination of the team helped it to become runner-up in the city meet. Coached by Mr. Parker, the team members practiced every afternoon during the season. Dave Zumbaugh broke the city junior high school record of 10:33 with a time of 10:23. Other cross country Chiefs included Robin Hartzel, Dan Gosset, Roger Kueh- nert, Ken Post, and Randy Miller. For the second year, Franklin developed a wres- tling team. The squad learned fundamentals of the sport and enthusiasm for competition. Ninth grader Randy Neith finished the season with a 6-1 record. Mr. James Lambert, wrestling coach, stated, " I am positive that these guys will give Northside High School some great varsity wres- tlers and put forth a great effort to win. " Cross country Chiefs are (LEFT TORIGHTKNEELING) R. Kueh- nert, R. Miller, and D. Gossett. Standing are P. Morris, Coach Parker, K. Post, D. Zumbaugh, R. Hartzel, and J. Schmidt. Varsity wrestlers (LEFT TO RIGHT) include, row 1, Randy Neith, Gary Newman, Merrill McKinley, Steve Trease, Rex Whiteleather, Terry Pepple, and Orlin Wormuger. In row 2 are Doug Myers, Steve Martin, Jim Barnes, Rod Carnahan, Joe Tompkins, and Bob Newman. Row 3 includes Jim O ' Day, Scot Green, Greg Blackburn, Denny Andrews, Berry Beckman, Jack Forney, and Coach Lambert. 36
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