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Page 19 text:
VOLLEYBALL SPORTS DAY
On January 20, 1963, Pine Junior High School held its first Volleyball
Sports Day, and it was a complete success. Six different schools were rep-
resented by six or more girls each. The schools that were present were:
The event got under way with a brief welcome by Miss Morris. Elsie
Thompson, the mistress of ceremonies, then took over the rest of the
afternoon. The tournament was composed of five rounds. The Pine team
played five excellent games and landed in first place, winning all five.
Ingomar and Beaver Falls tied for second place. After the playoff, Beaver
Falls took second place.
The girls who represented Pine were:
The '65 basketball season has proved to be an unlucky one for the Pine
Richland J.V. Even with long hours of practice every Wednesday night and
many nights before a game, our players have not aroused enough luck to go
along with their skills.
The team consists of lO players and their coach, Miss Neithercoat,
who has been doing a fine job of instructing the girls in the skills and
fundamentals of the game. Only one game has been the reward for our team's
practice.J Success came at last when the J.V. defeated Mars by a score of
17-7. The teams that defeated the Pine-Richland J.V. were: Vincentian,
Mars and Knoch. They played each team twice except for Vincentian.
BaSketball practice will continue throughout the summer months. The
girls will gain more necessary experience, and they will surely develop
into a fine team which will come out on top. We are confident it will be
victory all the way next year.
GOOD LUCK, GIRLS!!!
Page 21 text:
This year a Free-Throw Contest was held for the 7th, 8th and 9th
grade girls. The finalists were chosen by a test given in gym class.
One girl from each gym class was chosen according to the number of baskets
she made out of 10 throws. Then, each finalist threw twenty-five shots.
Marion Fleming was the winner with 15 baskets, Susan Christensen was second
with 12 baskets, and Janis Walaschek came in third with 10 baskets.
HOME ROOM PLAQUES
This year plaques were awarded to the ninth grade home room champions.
Room 7, which was never defeated, won the soccer championship. Although
Room 6 gave Room 5 some rough competition, Room 5 won the volleyball plaque.
The basketball plaque was awarded to Room 5 also. Rooms 7 and 5 battled
for this plaque, but Room 5 was the victor. Rooms 6 and 14 have not won
any plaques as yet, but they both have high hopes for the track and field
The '65 basketball season has proved to be an unlucky one for the
Rams of Pine Junior High. Even with long hours of practice after school
each night, our players have not had enough luck to go along with their
skills. The team consists of 12 players, 5 managers, and their coach,
Only three games have been the reward for our team's practice. The
Rams have gone down at the hands of every team except East Deer, Mars,
and Hampton, each of whom they played twice and defeated once. The
teams that defeated the Rams were: Aspinwall, West Deer, Oakmont, and
This is the first year Pine has had a basketball team. Although
this season has not proved to be successful, we are confident in the future
the Rams will score victoriously.
Room 7, 9th grade boys' volleyball champs, staged a volleyball game
with Some members of the faCulty. Those participating were students from
Room 7, and the following faculty members: Mr, Puskar, principal, Mr. Snyder,
Mr. Scrip, Mr. Grega, Mr. Farrar, and Mr. Del Greco. Three games were played
plus a few Warm-up games. All three of the games were played well, showing
teamwork and skill by all members of both teams. The scores were close, but
the faculty showed that they were well qualified for athletics as well as
teaching. The first game was won by the faculty. Room 7 buckled down in the
second game to take a victory. The faculty, warming up all the while, reached
their peak in the last game, winning a two-game-to-one match.
Room 5, 9th grade boys' basketball champions also staged a basketball
game with some members of the faculty.
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