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Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette April 10, 1983. High School all-stars beat the odds against top teams. Charlie Brights Trucking featured Ernie Davis and his unbeaten Acadmey player 1956-1957, Imperial Hotel, Pal's Sporting Goods and Horseheads High.Newspaper Clipping040524
Newspaper clippings, by Al Mallette August 13, 1983. Reimsnyder, Gillian gain cage to Hall. Dan Gilliam and Les Reimsnyder are the 1983 entrants to the Elmira Sports Hall of Fame, the 25th anniversary year of the Elmira Hall.Newspapers Clippings040525
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette March 23, 1984. List of big scorers. Fourteen girls high scorers 1972 to 1984.Newspaper Clipping040526
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette December 16, 1984. Herman-Spaziani show produced a cage thriller. Roger Herman (Horseheads High) and Joe Spaziani (Elmira Free Academy) in the 1970's.Newspaper Clipping040527
Newspaper clipping, EFA triple-threat wins scholastic female award, by Mike Gossie. EFA's Linda Reed has been chosen as the Star Gazette 1985 Scholastic Female Athlete of the year.Newspaper Clipping040528
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette March 13, 1977. March cage madness bask in memories of yesteryear. Memorable moments for basketball 1925 - 1971.Newspaper Clipping040529
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette March 21, 1978. Hail the champions. Mike Johnson is ecstatic he is the toast of the Twin Tiers as coach of Notre Dame's New York State champion Crusaders but because of the boys who made possible.Newspaper Clipping040530
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1983. Sue DeKalb, An out standing athlete now a standout coach. Newspaper Clipping040601
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 7, 1983. Time to step aside, John Rusinko submitted his resignation as basketball coach after eleven years at the Edison helm.Newspaper Clipping040602
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette March 10, 1985. Twin Tiers is losing one of its most successful, most visible scholastic coaches. Keith Tombs is calling quits at Wellsboro after 21 years on the basketball bench and baesball dugout. Newspaper Clipping040603
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1984. Tobias' career as volleyball coaching record 80-51. 1984-85 season was Tobias' first as the head vareity girls basketball coach.Newspaper Clipping040604
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Today Moon Mullins is our guest columnist, recalling his fondest inter-city memories. A man in 1947 took a group of younsters only four had played varisty football and made them winners.Newspaper Clipping040605
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Michele Moses voted female swim coach of the year. The Star Gazette poll for the Twin Tiers Female Coach of Decade 1970-1979.Newspaper Clipping040606
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette March 15, 1983. Why Moyer really resigned, was fed up with the continual picking away at me, my staff and our Canton football program.Newspaper Clipping040608
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace By Al Mallette, December, 1961. All-American banquet, serious talks by football personalities, Bud Wilkinson, Tom Nugent, Duffy Daugherty, and Frank Sinkwich.Newspaper Clipping040609
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August, 1962. Teta Eager to Start New Notre Dame Job, football coach.Newspaper Clipping040610
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 16, 1981. Nap Blanchette and Tom Guidus named to Elmira's Sports Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040611
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette, November 17, 1982. Winning seems easy for Senko. Senko took over as Elmira free Academy head coach 1975.Newspaper Clipping040612
Newspaper clipping, July 8, 1984. Jack Gushue and Jack Casey are the 1984 inductees into the coaching category of the Elmira Sports Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040613
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette, May 18, 1984. A night for the Gushues. It was the Jack Gushue Retirement Testimonial at the Hickory House. Newspaper Clipping040614
Newspaper clipping, by Al Mallette August, 1961, Bob Habersaat Southside baseball coach steps down after sixteen years. Habersaat will be offically inducted at the annual Sport Hall of Fame August 19, 182Newspaper Clipping040615
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 5, 1966. Coach who lives by the code.Al Northrop: The Road to Success is Hard Work. Al Northrop steps down after thirty seven years as Edison football coach and athletic director. Newspaper Clipping040616
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette September 4, 1974. Berry, Ogrodowski, Maston, and Bob Northrop enters Section 4 'Hall' of FameNewspaper Clipping040617
Newspaper clipping, By Al Weaver June 5, 1987. Northrop retires as Corning-Painted Post West High school head football coach.Newspaper Clipping040618
Newspaper clipping, The Legacy By Al Mallette, October 30, 1972, Elmira High School Coach Art Hirst 1921-1945. Died at the age of Eighty. Board OKs plaque for Hirst. Mayor Edward A. Mooers proclaimed Monday as "Art Hirst Day".Newspaper Clipping040619
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