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Newspaper clipping, Virginia Commonwealth University lands Edison Pitcher Matt Burch, he will join 1992 Corning East graduate Mike Henke.Newspaper Clipping040404
Newspaper Clipping, Horseheads Wins Class A Crown, 6-3 first sectional title they won back to back crowns in 1976-1977. by Andrew Legare.Newspaper Clipping040405
Newspaper Clipping, Les Corsi and Earl Goodwin, a stand out pitcher/shortstop who lead Southside to an unbeaten 1947 season. Corsi and Goodwin will be inducted along with others in the Elmira Sports Hall.Newspaper Clipping040406
Newspaper Clipping, A spring full of memorables, 1994 high school baseball and softball season, by Andrew Legare. June 3, 1994.Newspaper Clipping040407
Newspaper Clipping, February 26, 1970. Mansfield's Tom McMillen complete his high school basketball career as the highest average high school scorer. Tom showed up on the Maryland campus, thats where he would increase his knowledge and offer his basketball skills. in 1971, Tom decided he'd go to with Smith and North Carolina. Newspaper Clipping040501
Newspaper Clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette, Horseheads' thriller is a fond memory. The Horseheads' boys of 46 get together in front of trophy case, Bill Bauman kneeling, and atanding from left Frank Westlake, Don Brooks and Joe Danaher.Newspaper Clipping040502
Newspaper clipping, Career to Savor by Al Mallette. The ol' redhead Jack Casey got his basketball playing start back in 1939 under then Elmira High JV Bill wipfler has given rains as basketball coach at Elmira Academy, Casey's 1965-1966 club was 22-0. newspaper Clipping040503
Newspaper Clipping, Change Of Pace by Al Mallette, Poetic Justice A recent poem by the same name written byCassius Marcellus, March 19, 1963.Newspaper Clipping040504
Newspaper Clipping, Al Mallette Hail the Kings, As old corning pal Hayes might say, "Verse and Worse" in tribute to five decades of Elmira basketball champs. March 1, 1966. In the twenties DeFlipippo and partners Mac, Larry, Walt and Slim. The Thirties Robinson and Ropelewski, Forties Reid,Mak,Shep and Fitch. Fifties Davis Williams and Company, and the Sixties Gilliambrothers and Roberts.Newspaper Clipping040505
Newspaper Clipping, Profile by Al Mallette. Ed Spiess, Smithfield -Ridgebury-Ulster 2,117-Point Scorer in baseball. Coach Jim Young. Who started working with Spiess when he was in junior high calls his brighest star. The 1982-83 SRU season was Spiess best 996 points. Newspaper Clipping040506
Newspaper Clipping, Star Gazette Top 10 teams in the Twin Tiers boys basketball poll. Troy boys hold cage lead.Newspaper Clipping040507
Newspaper Cliping, Flashback by Al Mallette. ND's reign of basketball dominance. September 1973. Four girls entered Notre Dame High School as freshmen. Four years later Teresa(T.C.)Steed, Carol Farmer, Sue Mack and Debbie Drabinski graduated they had turned ND into a Sports power in basketball, softball, volleyball and track. Newspaper Clipping040508
Newspapper clipping, by Al Mallette, Big Man in Horseheads. He was varsity from the start-in basketball, fotball, and baseball. Horseheads had given up basketball becausr of Gas Rationing in 1942. He starrd in Semi-pro circles. Was elected into Elmira Hall Fame.Newspaper Clipping0405 09
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, What Was EFA's Unbeaten Formula? Undefeated Academy - 1956-1957, Elmira Free Academy team which won 27 games. Jim Flynn Greatest Local Cage Coach, Retires, 1966.Newspaper Clipping040510
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Wilson, Flynn Happy " Victims" of Fate. Doug Wilson graduated 1940 from Southside High would be back in 1955 as head basketball couch. Jim Flynn graduated from Catholic High in 1943 and 11 years later be the basketball boss at the Acadmey.Newspaper Clipping 040511
Newspaper Clipping. By Al Mallette, March 10, 1961. SHS Does It Again-Dominates All-City 1960-1961. All City 2nd Team.Newspaper Clipping040512
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette March 21, 1965, 10 Ex-Court Dandies Voted into Elmira's Basketball Hall of Fame. Leon Ropelewski, Tony DeFilippo, Alton (Slim) Elliott, Marv Hollenbeck,Frank Crowley, Ernie Davis, Leo Makovitch, Frank Frantel, Johnny Heher and Bob Shaddock.Newspaper Clipping040514
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, To Receive Plaques at All Sports Show, 1968 inductees into the Elmira Basketball Hall of Fame. MacNamara, Reid, and Rodzia.Newspaper Clipping040516
Newspaper clipping, Basketball 1969, Mansfield, Academy Stole Bulk of Glory. 1969 Tom McMillen the 6-11 Mansfield High School Star. McMillen and Mansfield were the king of the Northern Tier , but on the New York side of the State Line it was a scrappy, hustling Academy. Newspaper Clipping040517
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, January 10, 1980, Dewtt Smith, Gene Jurusik, Pete Morrow, Ron Button, Dr. Don Brooks, Ken Cook, Jerry Halpin, Bob Robinson and Bob Beckwith, inducted into the Elmira's Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040518
Newspaper Clipping, By Al Mallette, August 6, 1981. Three Selscted to cage Hall of Fame, Jut McCarthy, Jan Van Duser and Dick Wheet.Newspaper Clipping040519
Newspaper Clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette, EHS' 26 state champs partied royally, Elmira has't had a sports celebration like that since...It was 1956, 1925-26.Newspaper Clipping040520
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette March 7, 1982. Gushue's Horseheads Merchants: One of top teams ever. Newspaper Clipping040521
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette, March 28, 1982. Weiss recalls a big tourney victory. Bob Weiss whose basketball career took him from Athens High School through Penn State, through 12 seasons of the NBA and now into an assistant coaching job with the Dallas Mavericks. Pictured Bob Weiss and Rick Park 1965 tourney.Newspaper Clipping040522
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette April 11, 1982. Dave Buono recalls - a great upset. Dave was team captain of the Don Williams Socony City League basketball champs of 1946-47 which toppled mighty Blossburg Foundry 56-53.Newspaper Clipping040523
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