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Page 23 text:
Third row: Cleft to rightj Frank Hoff, Wayne Harford, Joe Lesselyoung, Harley Hansen, Jim Hirtzel,
Rich Johnson, George Larsen, Tom Christiansen. Second row: Lyle Michels, Bob Compton, Darrel
Sprague, Rich Boub, Roger Denker, Ed Hughes, Wayne Welker, Hugh Zens. First row: La Dell Stapp,
Rich Hammond, Jim Kennedy, Walt Brachvogel, Galen Gillette, Gary Weiss, Duane Shevlin.
REDFIELD'S GOLDEN PHEASANTS, A SMALL, FAST,
RUGGED TEAM, COMPLETED ONE OF THE FINEST FOOT-
BALL SEASONS IN THE SCHOOL'S HISTORY. AFTER THE
DUST OF THE GRIDIRON HAD SE'I'I'LED THE PHEASANTS
EMERGED WITH THE NORTHEAST CONFERENCE CHAM-
PIONSHIP. THEY ACCOMPLISHED THIS WITI-I A 8-0 WIN
AND LOSS RECORD IN CONFERENCE PLAY. OF THE
EIGHT GAMES PLAYED THE GREENOMEN LOST ONLY
TWO. THOSE BEING AT THE HANDS OF THE CLASS A
SCHOOLS - HURON AND PIERRE.
A VOLUME COULD BE WRI'I'I'EN ON THE PHEAS-
ANTS PLAY DURING THE '48 SEASON, BUT SPACE AL-
LOWS FOR ONLY A FEW HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SEASONAL
PLAY. THE OPENING GAME FOUND TWO RUGGED TEAMS
BA'I'I'L1NG EVENLY THROUGHOUT MOST OF THE GAME.
HURON'S RESERVE POWER WAS THE DECIDING FACTOR
IN THE 13-7 SETBACK THE PHEASANTS TOOK IN THEIR
OPENING GAMIE. THE FOLLOWING WEEK THE SPEEDY
PHEASANTS BOUNCED BACK TO CAPTURE THEIR FIRST
CONFERENCE VICTORY BY DEFEATING SISSETON 42-18.
GROTON, THE NEXT CONFERENCE FOE. FOUND THAT
SPEED AND DETERMINATION WERE MORE THAN THEIR
SIZE AND POWER COULD COUNTERACT AS 'I'HE PHEAS-
ANTS TRIPPED THEM 26-13, WARMING UP FOR HOME-
COM'ING THE BIRDMEN RAN WILD OVER THE DOLAND
S TO THE TUNE OF 40-0. HOMECOMING WAS
AGAIN VICTORIOUS WITH THE BULLDOGS FROM MIL-
BANK FINDING OUT TO THEIR SORROW WHAT THE
FETIVE DAY MEANT TO THE TEAM. FINAL SCORE
35-7. CONTINUING ON WITH THEIR CONFERENCE VIC-
TORIES THE PHEASANTS SOON SUBDUED WEBSTER 14-0.
PIERRE CAUGHT THE PHEASANTS AT LOW EBB THE
FOLLOWING WEEK AND TRIIMMED THEM 32-13. FINISH-
ING TI-EEIR VERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON, THE GOLDEN
PHEASANTS CRASHED THROUGH THE CLARK COMETS
FOR THE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP AND HIGH
PRAISE FROM EVERYONE WHO HAD FOLLOWED THEIR
Captain Darrel Sprague
1 9 Clark
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Page 24 text:
REDFIELD 0 HURON "B" TEAM 26
IN THEIR FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON THE CHICKS FOUGHT HARD BUT INEXPERIENCE AND MAN-
POWER WERE THE DECIDING FACTORS AS THEY MET DEFEAT,
REDFIELD 7 HURON JR. HIGH 7
BATTLING ON EVEN TERMS THROUGHOUT THE GAME THE "B" SQUAD COULD ONLY MUSTER A TIE
WITH THE HURON BOYS. KENNEDY SCORED THE LONE T, D. FOR REDFIELD ON AN END-AROUND PLAY.
REDFIELD 0 MILLER "B" 15
AGAIN THE CHICKS MET DEFEAT, BUT NOT BECAUSE THEY WEREN'T FIGHTING. IT WAS A GOOD
GAME, AND THE BOYS PICKED UP VALUABLE EXPERIENCE, WHICH IS THE PURPOSE OF THE "B" TEAM,
REDFIELD 13 DOLAND "B" 13
IN THEIR LAST GAME OF THE SEASON THE FUTURE PHEASANTS BATTLED THE DOLAND TEAM TO A'
I3-I3 TIE. THE TEAM LOOKED GOOD AND ONLY A PENALTY CAUSED THEM TO TIE THE GAME. A
DASHING SPRINT TO PAY DIRT BY MARV NEUMAN WAS CALLED BACK BECAUSE OF A PENALTY AND
SO THE SCORE REMAINED A TIE, BOB CLARK SCORED ONE TOUCHDOWN FOR REDFIELD WHEN HE
BROKE LOOSE FOR 62 YARDS ON A QUICK OPENER. THE SECOND T, D. CAME WHEN LE ROY STAPP
RECOVERED A PUNT, BLOCKED BY REIHM, IN THE OPPONENTS' END ZONE.
5' "B" FOOTBALL
3 Back row: IL. to RJ Delbert Bottum, Gordon Larsen,
fb Gilbert Watson, Marvin Neuman, Marvin Johnsen, Jerry
V L' Reihm, Forrest Gibson, James Carter, Ronald Day, Bob
Clark, Coach Kempf. Front Row: Gordon Mullenberg,
Clifford Hagen, Duane Day, Benny Drown, Jack Larsen,
W 1 Bill Syverson, LeRoy Stapp, Doyle Tubandt, Bob Math-
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