Gard, Vydro Leed Jayvees in Scoring Morris Gard and Walter Wydra led the Kulpmont High School Jun- Jun- ior varsity basketball team In the scoring department during the 1952-electromcs 1952-electromcs ; 53 season as the Blue and White (juniors recorded one of their best j WOn-loss WOn-loss WOn-loss lecords in recent years. nurd KtahlicViwi I CSLaOlISIieQ a new jayvee 1"0"08 mark in trying 387 points n 19 games for an average of 20.4 per contest. He tossed in 158 goals and converted 71 of 130 fouls. Wydra was a close second with 351 points for a game average of 185 markers. He connected with j 133 field goals and 85 of 167 charity j tosses. The Gard -Wydra -Wydra scoring punch gave the Kulpmont juniors its best one-two one-two one-two combination in recent years. They are sophomore students. The previous jayvee scoring record was set last year by Pete Daniels who recorded 253 points. Raymond Novakoskl scored 99 points for the Blue and White year lings to place third and Joe Gen-cavage Gen-cavage Gen-cavage tallied 80. Joe Zykoski was fifth with 63 points, followed by Chet Kruleski who scored 46 Points scored by other members of the jayvee team were Altmire, 28; Ron Marshalek, 18; Johnny Fulci- Fulci- netti, 13; Zbicki, 12; Eugene Sino-poli, Sino-poli, Sino-poli, nine; Bob Murdock, five; Tony Swatski, four; Peek and Varano, two, and Garcia, one. The KHS jayvees won 14 games and lost five during the season to finish one of the most successful junior varsity campaigns in Kulpmont Kulpmont court history. The Blue and White juniors scored 1,120 points in 19 games cn 417 field goals and 286 of 598 foul tiies. Game average of the Kulpmont jayvees was 58.9 points. Opponents of the Blue and White scored 924 points for an average of 48.6 per game.