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Sponsored by C. E. McKlNLEY INSURANCE AGENCY
KAY WHEELER PATTY NEMEC
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FRANK MILES LEONARD WALKER
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During the early years of MHS participation in sports, basketball games
consisted of intramural contests held in the upstairs portion ofa structure
then located at the site ofthe Standard garage now owned by Harold Joy.
It was not until 1921, under the direction of Mr. R. V . Eckman that
interscholastic sports were inaugurated and became a vital part of the high
school activity .
The school supported eleven-man football teams during the 20's and early
30's with the exception ofa few years when no contests were scheduled.
The fall of 1938 ushered in the six-man team with Art Jones as coach .
In this first year the squad completed an undefeated season, outscoring
Kacloka, Philip, Okaton, and Wall.
Changing to an eight-man game in 1956, the Vikings continued in this
division until 1958-'59. No team was organized during the current season.
MHS has sponsored basketball teams each year.
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