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Page 17 text:
EIIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL
Front Row, left to right: Randy Middleton, Sam Marcus, Jeff Sheffel,
Jack Gates, Isaac Babbs, Middle Row: David Luce, Steve Cagley,
Ken McC1usky, Lester Watkins, Mike Ward, Kent Boles, Mark
Peterson. Back Row: Dennis DeWitt, Bryan Smith, Randy Klohn,
Erik Stowell, Kevin Cumiford, David Lemke, Coach Neher.
Pleasant Hi11's 1974-'75 8th grade basket-
ball season turned out to be very
successful, with such people as Randy
Klohn, Bryan Smith, Kevin Cumiford,
Mike Ward, Lester Watkins, Dennis
DeWitt and many others on the front line.
In addition, with people like Jeff Sheffel,
Sam Marcus, and Randy Middleton in the
backcourt, theteam had great depth.
Coach Ron Neher was acquired from
Powers High School. The guys were
looked upon by opponents as a real
Page 16 text:
SEXIEHTH GRA DEI FOOTBALL
Kneeling, left to right: Kevin Morris, Joe Moore, Kenny Sprague, Dee Evans, Bill Winterstein, Allen Foy, Bobby
George, Phil Ziebert, Duane Mathews, Dale Pannier, Craig Evans. Standing, left to right: Coach Anderson, Brian
Miles, Mike Watkins, Jeff Brown, Brian Long, Dale Gransbury, Mark Dorman, Scott Bohanan, Nathan Lowry, Rick
Lewis, John Nikitins, Jim Breazeale, Assistant Coach Berg.
This was truly one of the most outstanding teams in the short history of 7th grade football at Pleasant Hill Jr. High.
This was a team characterized by dedication, courage, aggressiveness, and enthusiasm. If any game exemplified this
team it was the first game against Elmira. After being stlmned by a 60-yard pass on the first play from scrimmage,
the first time we had been behind this season, we relentlessly ground out a pair of second half touchdowns. The last
drive of some 60-yards consumed almost five and one half minutes of the clock with the goal line being crossed with
but 21 seconds left on the clock.
Pleasant Hill 20 Pleasant Hill 6 Pleasant. Hill 12
Central Linn 0 Philomath 0 Elmira 6
Pleasant Hill 0 Pleasant Hill 6 Pleasant Hill 16
Central Linn 0 Philomath 20 Elmira 6
Page 18 text:
SEKIEINTH GRADE BASKGTBALL
Front Row, left to right: Andy Funke, Bill Michelson, Andy Schrenk, Kenny Sprague, Duane Matthews.
Middle Row: Dale Penegor, Rick Lewis, Dan Parr, Paul Burton, Jeff Gielish, Phil Ziebert. Top Row
Coach Hall, Jim Breazeale, Brian Long, Scott Stinson, Mark Dorman, Brian Miles, Mike Watkins.
The seventh grade basketball team got off to a fast start, beating Oakridge 29-13, St. Mary's 30-18 and
Harrisburg 31-16. But then a fine shooting Elmira team dealt the Rams their first loss, 43-33. The
Rams bounced back to dump Philomath 37-27, but then dropped a close 24-21 decision to tough Junction
City just before presstime.
Rick Lewis, who is perhaps our best all-around player offensively and defensively, heads up the group
who have been starters most of the season. Lewis plays at left wing in the team's double-stack offense.
Other starters include right wing Jim Breazeale, an excellent shooter and rebounder, point guard Ken
Sprague who sets up the offense, postmen Brian Miles, Mark Dorman, Scott Stinson and Phil Ziebert
and wingman Duane Mathews. '
Reserves include Mike Watkins, Paul Burton, Dan Parr and Dale Penegor at the' wings, point guards
Bill Michelson, Andy Schrenk and Andy Funke, and post man Todd Prodan, who was lost for the season
with a broken thumb. Jeff Gielish plays at both the wing and post positions. The squad is completed
by our excellent manager, Brian Long.
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