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Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette October 30, 1980. Elmira Free Academy Blaine Fowler fits into the list of all time scholastic greats.Newspaper Clipping040749
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette November 12, 1980. Elmira-U-E renew one of storied grid rivalries. (Union Endicott).Newspaper Clipping040750
Newspaper clipping, Flashback By Al Mallete December 27, 1981. Cocoanut Bowl victory remains Elmira's greatest. December 25, 1935, Elmira High School and Miami High at the Cocoanut Football Bowl Elmira 13 Miami 0.Newspaper Clipping040751
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette 1981. Edison gridders gather for reunion. Elmira Heights 50 years of football is going to unfurl at the New York State Armory off Colonial Drive, Horseheads.Newspaper Clipping040752
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette July 31, 1981. Gush, Mockler are among Hall of Fame inductees. 1981 inductees into the Elmira Football Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040753
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette October 24, 1982. The day Edison shocked SHS. Chuck Brady and Jim Mallette discuss monumental Edison victory in 1972.Newspaper Clipping040754
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette December 5, 1982. EHS Rolled to two unbeaten, untied seasons in row. Hirst said Bill Murphy was the greatest all-round football player I ever coached.Newspaper Clipping040755
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1983. Joe Capozzi, Joe Palladino and Joe Bernstein will be the the inductees in The Elmira Football Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping040756
Newspaper clipping, change of Pace by Al Malette September 15, 1983. Its grid time. Football isn't what it used to be in the Elmira area. Scholastic football rivalry in the Twin Tier-Ithaca and Elmira especially Elmira Academy.Newspaper Clipping040757
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette October 11, .1983. Southside wrote No. 1 grid story. Elmira Southside the weeks big story by walking into the den of the unbeaten Union-Endicot Tigers walking out heads high 9-0.Newspaper Clipping040758
Newspaper clipping, Flashback by Al Mallette October 16, 1983. Elmira Heights Ed Sobkowski and Ed Belknap reminisce about a game they like to remember and Corning Academy wishes to forget a tie 18-18. Newspaper Clipping040759
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette, A season not soon forgotten. What a Scholastic football season 1983.Newspaper Clipping040760
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette November 4, 1983. Twin Tier grid marks: One down, one to go. Edison's Jim Cosgrove has set one record and Towanda's Dana Bloss knocking on the door of another.Newspaper Clipping040760
Newspaper clipping, Change Pace, By Al Mallete November 18, 1983. Southside has a record to uphold Saturday when they go against Johnson City. Newspaper Clipping040761
Newspaper clipping, Sunday Brunch by Al Mallette December 30, 1983. Soiuthside wrote story of the year. Football coach Ed Trexler coined the phrase "The Sting is Back".Newspaper Clippiung040762
Newspaper clipping, 1983 Dream season for Wyalusing, Penn Yan teams. Two unbeaten, untied high school football powerhouses ranked first and second in the final Star Gazette polls,1982.Newspaper Clipping040763
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette September 11, 1984. A pair of 25-game grid winning streaks. Sayre High School's 25 successive wins 1923-26. Wyalusing High School its current string of 25 in a row.Newspaper Clipping040764
Newspaper clipping, Flashback December 5th. 1935-1936 an era unmatched in Elmira FootballNewspaper Clipping040765
Newspaper clipping, By Wayne Boucher, State Champs, Elmira Free Acadmey's golf team won the 1970 New York State Scholastic Golf Championship.Newspaper Clipping040801
Newspaper clipping, By John N. Mitchell, Hot Trojans overwhelm Geneva, 11-1. Casey Donegan chose to play lacrosse at Syracuse University.ewspaper Clipping040901
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. Notre Dame Track Coach Larry Matthews will receive Kiwanis Club's Art Hirst Memorial Trohy as Coach of the Year. His Crusaders of 1973.Newspaper Clippjng040904
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Blacks play a big role in Elmira sports scene. February is Black History Month. Its an eye-opening experience to note the contributions of black athletes in Elmira's sports history. Jim Snowden, Liz Green, Loretta Adams, Ron Gilliam and Terri Travis.Newspaer Clipping041001
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Change of Pace, Santa's Grab Bag, The Football and Basketball Coaches.Newspaper Clipping041002
Newspaper Clipping, Interview with Jim Runyan by Al Mallette, Runyan faces Challenge of declining enrollment.Newspaper Clipping041003
Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace by Al Mallette, A Story Worth Repeating. Steve Fleming came to Elmira to get a diploma, lead Academy to the football and basketball championship. Newspaper Clipping 041004
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