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CCL Leaders Vie
In Title Game Sat
Al Lancaster Gvm
As if the schedule were arrang
ed for them. Lancaster St. Mary
and Springfield Central Catholic,
both undefeated in CCL play, clash
in the league finale Saturday night
at Lancaster. To the winner goes
the title.
Both teams go into the game
with perfect 6-0 ecords league
action.
Lancaster is paced by the CCL's
leading scorer. Harry Fitzpatrick,
who has scored 131 points in the
league He is ably assisted by Pat
Messerly, Dave Rempe, Ted Ab-
S’cne Joos. Don Ludwig Guy
Weismantel, Jim Spires, Jim Mur
ney and Jim Darfus.
Springfield, coached by Mike
Capoziello, boasts a well rounded
attack. Their starting five of Pax
ton. Johnson, Miller, Falkenbach
and Groeber is tall, fast and talent-
Comparative scores, if they
could be counted would seem to
give Springfield the edge. Against
Columbus St. Mary Lancaster won
52-50 while Capoziello’s boys trim
med the Rams 70-53. Columbus St.
Charles gave the Irish a tough ball
game before losing 58-51 while
Springfield won from the Caroli
ans 65-46. Both teams were about
even when they played Newark St.
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Schachtele, No. 22, waits for the rebound.
Only two Chillicothe players are shown in this picture, but, be
tween them they accounted for nearly half their team'* points in a
recent game with Unioto. No. 24 is Jerry Bair six foot junior center
who has just let go a two pointer. In the background is Captain Gene
Greer, No. 3. Chillicothe won the game 50-43.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1953
Here are the Panthers of Chillicothe Catholic Central. Their current record of 14 victories and
only two losses is one of the best in the diocese.
Pictured above, left to right, first row, Don Hollis, Tom Ward, Captain Gene Greer, Jerry Bonner,
Joe Krug. Second row: Bill Schilder, Dan Hollis, Pat Schachtele, Jerry Bair, Tom McDermott, and Paul
Bettendorf. The Panthers are coached by Johnny Roan.
Chillicothe Central Catholic
Goes After Fifteenth Victory
Panllieri* Ha*e Won Seton In Row Meet Columbus
Hoh Family AtiHome Tonight
“The best team in our history”,
that’s the way fans in Chillicothe
regard this year's fine Central
Catholic team. And well they
might, for the Panthers now own a
dazzling 14-2 record. They recent
ly avenged one of their two losses
s
[when they defeated Unioto 50-43,
in the Catholic Times Game of the
Week. Chillicothe has a seven
game win streak going They hope
to make it eight a row and 15
for the season when they play Co
lumbus Holy Family tonight on
their home court.
Much of the success of this
year's Panthers must go to the
Rev. Lawrence O'Connor, head
coach, and his hard working as
sistant, Johnny Roan. Roan has
been with the Panthers
two years.
Cathedral ... ._
Holy Family No. 2
Holy Family No. 3
Joaeph
the past
the year
there are
A bright prospect for
to come is the fact that
only four seniors on this year’s
team. This leaves five juniors and
two sophomores who will be back
next year.
Paul Bettendorf a junior, is
currently leading the team in scor
ing. Captain Gene Greer is second
in the point parade. Next comes
Jerry Bair, Tom McDermott, Pat
Schachtele, Dan Hollis. Joe Krug,
Bill Schilder, Don Hollis, Jerry
Bonner, and Tom Ward
All of these boys hope to greatly
improve on their point production
in the two remaining games. Be
sides the Holy Family game to
night there is one big game left
with New Lexington St. Aloysius
on F’eh. 20.
Roan thinks his
all set for the sectional tourna
ment at Waverly the latter part of
the month.
By that tune Coach
Panthers will be
Central Catholic has never won a
game in the sectional. They’re hop
ing to make up for lost time this
year.
CYO Bowling
St. Aloysius No 1 team contin
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bowling
alleys
central deanery CYO
league at Broad-Olympic
The Standings
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This ’Week's Games
Friday, Feb. 13
Columbus Aquinas at olumbus North
Columbus Holy Family at Chillicothe
Central Catholic
Columbus St. harlca at Newark St.
Coahocton Sacred Heart
bridge St. Benedict
St. Aleyaiue
Laxmgtnn
Rlandena-
burs
Somerset Roly Trinity at
Rolv Rosary
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Malvern at Dennison St. Mary
Saturday, Feb. 14
Hilliards at Columbus St. Charles
Springfield Central Catholic at Lan­
caster St. Mary
Next Week's Games
Tuesday, Fab. 17
Aquinas at Columbus Lin-
Columbus
den
Columbus
lington
St. Charles at I pper Ar-
Rosecrana at Malta-Mc-
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Blandonsburg at Mt. Vernon At.
Vincent
Columbus Holy Rosary at Columbus
Academy
North Canton at Dennison St. Mary
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Grade School Schedule
Boys
Saturday,' Feb. 14
Annunciation League:
St. Mary Magdalene vs St. Catherine
Monday, Feb. 16
Holy Rosary vs St. Thomas at Rosary
Wednesday, Feb. 18
st.
St. Catharine vs Holy Name at
Catharine
Saturday, Feb. 14
Assumption League (all games
to be played at St. Charles):
St. Patrick vs St. Ladislaus
Our Lady of Peace vs Cathedral
St. Aloysius vs St. Michael
Visitation League
St. Dominic vs St. Cyprians
St. Augustine vs Our Lady of Victory
St. John vs St. Leo
Presentation League
St. Mary vs St. Agatha
Sacred Heart vs Immaculate Con
ception
Corpus Christi vs St, Christopher
Girls
Tuesday, Feb. 17
Our Lady of Victory vs Corpui
Christi at Victory
Wednesday, Feb. 18
St. Agatha vs St. Leo at Godman
Guild
Thursday, Feb. 19
St. Catharine vs St. Ladislaus at St.
Catharine
Immiculate Conception vs St. Mary
Magdalene at St. Stephens
St. Dominic vs St. Vincent at St.
Dominic
St. Mary Five
Fop-Seeded In
Cage Tourney
Three Diocesan high school
squads, including the favored Lan
caster St. Mary quint, will swing
into action Monday night in Cen
tral District, Class B, Exempted
Village and Parochial School cage
tournament. The two opening
night games will be played on the
Columbus Aquinas court.
Four teams out of the 11 enter
ed in the tourney will qualify for
the district tournament scheduled
later in the month.
Top-seeded Lancaster, which tan
gles with Springfield Catholic Sat
urday night in the Central Catho
lic League title game, meets the
league's cellar-dweller—Columbus
Holy Family —in the 8:30 p.m.
tourney game Monday The Sham
rocks currently boast a 14-5 rec
ord, including a seven game win
ning streak. Holy Family has won
but two games all season.
A vastly improved Columbus
St. Mary squad, with a 7-11 rec
ord up to Wednesday's clash
with Marion St. Mary, will meet
an impotent London squad in the
7 p.m. opener Monday.
Two more Diocesan squad will
see action Wednesday night when
tourney action switches to the Ot
terbein College court
ville. At 7 p. m. Mt.
Vincent, spearheaded
center Virg Blakely
second-seeded Mt Gilead. Winner
of this game will go directly to
the District tournament.
at Wester
Vernon St.
by talented
will meet
In the second game on Wednes
days program, Newark St. Francis’
ofi-and-on Green Wave plays
Marysville’s Monarchs of the Mid
Six, League.
Three games will be played
next Friday with the winners
qualifying for district tourna
ment competition In the first
game, the Lancaster-Holy Family
victor meets Columbus Universi
ty. Next, Granv'I'e vies with the
Marysville-Newark victor. In the
finale, Marion St Mary can qual
ify for the district by whipping
the London-Columbus St. Mary
winner.
AU ail, three—or possibly ev
en four Diocesan squads seem
capable ot going on to the district
tournament. clean sweep lor the
Catholic squads is not out of the
question.
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defending state champs, Lock
land Wayne last Friday, night at
Lockland.
Lockland leading the state's
teams again this year, was behind
13 points midway through the
third period, but managed to pull
the game out in the last two
minutes.
Delphos was paced b*y Leon
“Whiz" Youngpeter with 14 points.
Youngpeter’s brother Don, was a
member of the 1949 state champion
Delphos team. Another brother,
Dick, is on the JV basketball team
at Ohio State.
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