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Downtown Gym Tonight
Another cracker jack basketball
team is on the fire down at New
Lexington St. Aloysius, and Perry
County fans are thanking the quick
development of two players for the
Blue Knights’ success.
What with the loss of two of last
year’s brightest stars
was inaugurated at
and Paul “Red” Wollenberg,
was supposed to have been a
year for the Knights—the
they’ve had since basketball
That was before junior Mike Al
senior Dick Dreese came
a 6 5 giant who transfer
year from Columbus St.
has shown phenominal
development under the tutelage of
Coach Bob Fowle. He’s the main
reason the Knights have lost but
one in six games and are headed
for a highly successful season.
A pillar of strength under the
boards. Alien also led the New Lex
in the team’s first five
Hr counted 95 of the
354 points, many of them
or difficult tip-in shots.
Key man in the St. Al fast break
which Zanesville Rosecrans’
Coach Dick Mattingly calls "the
best I’ve ever seen”- is forward
Dick Dreese, who lettered as a sub
on last year's team. His tremendous
speed has put him on the scoring
end of most of the Knights’ passes.
As a result, he’s second on the
point ladder with 79 in five games,
an average of 16 per game.
Basketball has come a long way
at the little .school with a total en
rollment of 25 boys since the eve
ning back in 1948 when the
Knights -then known as the “New
Lex Catholics”—lost their first var
sity game by a score of 89-13
exactly seven boys in
-and they all played
year, when the boys
were coached by the Rev. Richard
Dodd, then assistant at St. Rose
parish, was pretty rough. There
wasn’t a player on the squad who
stood over 5-10 then hut the boys
still finished with a 10-8 record.
Since then it’s been murder,
brother, murder! .. for the oppon
ents. that is. Starting with the 1949
50 season. St. Al’s has won 42 of 51
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1952
St. Aloysius Seeks Sixth Victory
regular season games—an amazing
percentage In ’50 the Knights were
beaten by Vinton Rural in the Ath
ens District tournament
Shawnee turned the trick
February it was Corning.
be a dif-
But this winter it may
ferent story at Athens, at least if
the tremendous spirit of the boys
and hours oi tedious practice pay
Other starters on the squad, be
sides Allen and Dreese are Bob Sa
gan, Jack Nash and Neil Fisher.
Sagan, who stands a mere 6 4, has
been a tremendous rebounder be
sides standing third in scoring (for
five games) with 59 points
helping out are Dick Wollenberg
Dick Ousley. Junior Hatem. Joe
Hatem. Tony Missimi and Ed Nash
in Columbus and drives
every day to work with
now, St. Al’s has rolled
over Rockbridge 62-61 Newark St.
Francis, 70-41 New Straitsville.
82-50 Moxahala, 64-44 and Junction
City 76-40. The loss was to Zanes
ville Rosecrans 57-45.
So, Columbus fans would do well
to drop down to the K of tonight
to see one of the State’s top Class
teams in action.
LYNDE S MARKET
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Catholic Times action photos, snapped during last week's game with Junction City, show why New
Lexington St. Aloysius has been the basketball rage of Southeastern Ohio so far this season. In the
photo at left, 6-5 Mike Allen (53) battles for a rebound with three unidentified opponents while 6-4
Bob Sagan (50) looks on. In the Center photo Allen demonstrates how he has controlled the boards
in all of St. Al's games so far this year. Photo at right shows Jack Nash (56) climaxing a Blue Knight
fast break with a two-pointer. Looking on is Neil Fisher (58).
A torrid fast-break has been St. Al'a biggest offensive weapon ever since basketball was begun at
the school back in 1948. The Times' photo above shows Neil Fisher (58) on the scoring end of another
floor-long dash as Jack Dreese (57), the Blue Knights' senior sensation, looks on. The picture was
taken in last week's game with Junction City which St. Al won 74-40. Dreese led the scoring with
Three Teams Tied
For Lead In CIO
The Central Deanery CYO league
kingpins still hold the edge with
a 24-9 count in the afternoon ses
sions at Broad-Olympic alleys.
Family No. 1.
three way split
St. Aloysius No. 1
Conception to a
for league top
The Blue Knights will be in Co
lumbus tonight. Friday, seeking
their sixth victory, with Ros
ary furnishing the opposition
at the K of gym It will be home,
coming tor CoachJ’owle. who for
merly coached at Rosary and w|jo
Donna Goetz of St. Aloysius parish,
league Secretary, top the girls with
a 169 and 464 both single and
three game honors. Top kingpins
in the boys field was Warren Hop
kins of St. Catherine team, posted
574 three game high. While St.
Aloysius No. 1 Karl Elginer blasted
a 210 single game glory.
Immaculate Conception landed a
764 for league high team single
game along with St. Aloysius No. 1
hitting 2144 to
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Holj Family Na. 1 9
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