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8-—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday. April 13, 1956
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CYO Tourney Winners Get Trophies
Immaculate Conception parish
took honors in the annual CYO
basketball tourament when two
of its teams won championships
in their divisions on Easter Mon
day at the K of gym.
Paced by Ed Farris and Joe Gil
be the Prep team took the meas
ure of St. Augustine by a close
47 to 46 score. In the finals of
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points, edged a fighting Corpus
Christi team by a 63 to 60 score.
In the middle game St. Peter’s
team outclassed a rugged St.
Mary Magdalene team to take the
Senior “B” Division crown by a
40 to 30 score.
The winning teams were award
ed the K of trophies for their
divisions wnile the other finalists
plus the league winners were
given Club of Champion certifi
cates. All awards were made on
Easter Monday night at the an
nual CYO fiesta social held at
the Knights of Columbus building.
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ALL-DIOCESAN—Here is the Catholic Times' fifth annual
All Diocesan basketball team, as selected by Times' sports staff,
coaches and sports writers from around the diocese. The team
represents one of the best rounded teams yet picked in the yaarly
poll. Shown above is the first team which is composed of, left
to right, Dave Barker, Columbus St. Mary Dave Moushay, Mt.
FIRST TEAM
Schoo)
The 1956 Catholic Times All
Diocesan team, announced today,
gives an indication of what many
basketball fans have thought all
along—that the Central Catholic
League is one of the strongest
loops in the state. That fact was
borne out when eight of the 15
selections on this year’s All-Star
club were from CCL teams.
..Columbus St Mary .....
Columbus St Mary
Somerset Holy Trinity
Leading the parade of stand
out performer, over the pari
campaign were Columbu*
Mar/. two all time greet.,
Stewart and Dave Barker,
fearsome duo that swept
Rams into the finals of
state Class tournament
fore losing in the finale to
canum.
Standout pitching was the main
reason in all three wins as St.
Columbus St. Charles
Mt Vernon St. Vincent
Ar-
Barker two time All-Ohio se
lection, is making his second ap
pearance on the Diocesan cluh
while Stewart has heen a mem
ber three times
The Big Five
Teaming with the Ram two
some are Columhus St Charles’
fine play making guard,
Dorrian, who sparked the
to one of their finest cage
Mt. Vernon St Vincent’s
Moushav, who turned in spark
ling performances in leading the
Blue Streaks tn a highly credit
able 13 7 record, and Somerset
Holy Trinity’s Jin Hammond,
who moved up to the first team
after an honorable mention berth
last season.
John
Cards
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Callahan led the Green Wave
to another excellent season. He
was the continual "big gun" in
the Newark attack that placed
strong third in the CCL and
handed Columbus St. Mary Its
lone regular season defeat.
St.
Bill
the
fha
fha
Dave
Hammond fired Holy Trinity to
one of its best ever seasons as
they won 14 of 20 regular season
games and then racked up six
tournament wins before bowing
in the Athens District to Glen
ford in the championship game.
Tipton, who teamed with third
team selection Paul Thesmg.
sparked Lancaster to a fine 14-4
season mark The squad was one
of four winners the Non-Coun
ty tournament, then won two
game* in the Centra) District af
fair before losing a hard fought
58 55 verdict to Columbus St.
Mary His great drive in efforts
and ability to hit from outside
were big factors in the Sham
rock success.
Felix Fired 'Em
Aquinas, Rams, Cards Post
First Game Baseball Victories
Columbus Aquinas, St Mary
and St. Charles did as expected
last week as all three posted first
game victories in the opening di
ocesan baseball con*eats.
Charles’ Ernie DeMatties got the
Cards off to a fine start with a
7-1 no-hit job over Delaware Wil
lis: Jim Mentel hurled Aquinas to
a 7-2 win over Grandview as he
gave up two hits, and Al Buccilla
rocked Columbus University on
two hits as his St Mary team
scored a 7-1 victory Last Friday
St. Charles had the tables turned
as Columbus Central hurler Clan
cy Readout tossed a no-hitter at
them in taking a 9-0 win
Aquinas got the diocesan sea
son under way on Tuesday of last
week when Mentel, who topped
Terrier flingers last season,
struck out eight over the four
innings he worked The Terrier
star also shared hitting honors
with teammate Emmitt Woodrum
with two hits each.
Thursday, St. Charles traveled
to Delaware for its season open
er against a host Willis club and
DeMatteis showed promise of
great things to come by whiffing
19 batters over the season in
ning
their
third
John
a single by John Tracy were the
big blows in the uprising.
Also on Thursday, St. Mary’s
ace fireman Al Buccilla picked
up where he left off last season
by allowing Columbus Universi
ty only two hits and striking out
19 as St Mary pounded out a 7-1
win. The Ram righthander allow
ed only one walk for the seven
inning contest. St. Mary played
errorless ball in scoring its first
Metro league win over the year.
See
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Baker, Stewart Repeat on All-Diocesan Team
John Dorrian
Plcyer
Position
Forward
Forward
Center
John Callahan
Ken Tipton
Felix Borowitz
Al Buccilla
Jon Smith
Guard
Guard
Central Catholic League Dominates
Times’ Fifth Annual All-Star Squad
Strong Second
The second team, composed of
John Callahan, Newark St. Fran
cis, and Ken Tipton, Lancaster St.
Mary, at forwards Felix Boro
witz, Columbus St Charles, cen
ter and Columbus St. Mary’s Al
Buccilla and Marion St. Mary’s
Jon Smith at guards, would give
any coach a strong chance against
the toughest of opposition.
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this
St Charles’ Borowitz was
reason given by many for
showing of Jack Ryan’s club
season Playing in his first year
of varsity basketball, the 6-3 sen
ior showed great improvement as
the season moved along. His re
bounding and all-around floor
work near the basket earned him
high praise from many coaches
who saw him in the Central Dis
trict Class A tournev, which saw
St Charles advance to the title
game before losing in overtime to
Columbus South
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John Hammond
Vernon St. Vincent John Dorrian. Columbu. St. Charles Jim
Hammond, Somerset Holy Trinity end Bill Stewart, Columbu*
St. Mary. Barker and Stewart are the only repeaters from lari
year's squad. Stewart ha* been on the team the pari three
years while Barker is named for the second time.
SECOND TEAM
School
Newark St Francis
..Lancaster St. Mary
Columbus St. Chaiies
Columbus St. Mary
Marion St. Mary
Buccilla, a three year regu
lar with St. Mary, was a double
threat to Ram opponents all
seaton long. Hit fine ability to
lead and tcore on a fast break
or to hit well from the outtide
on one handed thott, was a ma
jor reason for several St. Mary
wins.
Smith of Marion St. Mary was
deadly from the corners and foul
line area with his one handed
push Marion
credited him
King for the
achievements
coarh Ray Robbins
and center Dick
Irish’s outstanding
this season.
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Center
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THIRD TEAM
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Leo Gutmann, Columbus St.
Charles F.
Tom Caine Columbus St. Mary—
C.
Paul Thesing Lancaster St.
Mary G.
Tom Goble Columbus Aquinas
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137
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