Sheffield 1936-37 Schedule

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WOLVERINES TO OPEN CAMPAIGN WITH TIDIOUTE Sheffield, Dec. 9—The Sheffield High school basketball squad, under under tbe guidance of Coach Tom Drummond, started practice last week in anticipation oi the forthcoming forthcoming season, which, for the local local scholastics, begins December 11, when they will meet the Tidioute Tidioute passers on the local court. A twenty-game schedule has been arranged for the Wolverines, including twelve District 9 games and 8 engagements wdth non­ league members. Four of the eight non-league games will be with Mt. Jewett and Ludlow both of which were, until this year, members of j District 9. The Wolverines will play a home and fiome scries with t. th the Magicians and the Giants. Giants. The other non-league games ir.rlude the one with Tidioute, one with the Alumni, and a home and , home series with Youngsville. With the removal of Ludlow and Mt. Jewett from the District 9, P. I. A. A., league, it is expected that the competition in that circuit circuit will be sterner this year than at any time since the league was , organized, and the W’olverines, v, ho have an all-time record in the league of 112 victories and _>r> losses, will be hard pressed to maintain a record comparable with those established by Wolverine teams of past seasons. The Wolverines play their first1 league encounter at home on January January 5 against the Warren High Dragons, one of the two teams in 1 ILe league which holds an advantage advantage over the locals in the all-time . league competition. The advantage advantage held by tbe Dragons is a distinct distinct one, the W’arrenites having defeated the locals 7 times while losing only once to the Wolverines. In most games, however the score was very close, with the victory being a hard-earned affair. St. Marys, with a record of 11 and 7, is the other league team that holds an edge over the W'olver* ines. Considering the fact that the league this year will, in addition tc Warren, St. Marys and Sheffield, Sheffield, include Bradford, Kane, Johnsonburg and R-idgway, it can be readily understood the Wol- vettries, or any of the other teams, in. 0,der .t0 .'¡"J* ™ rt°PWr^r f ? * ‘-l|ecK ' - ' 1 1 basketball Following is the schedule for the 1936-37 season for the Wolverines: Wolverines: Dec. 11—Tidioute. Dec. 15—Ludlow. Dec. 31—Alumni. Jan. 5—WTarren. Jan. 8—St. Marys.x Jan. 12—Youngsville. Jan. 15—Kane. Jan. 19—Ludlow x Jan. 22—Johnsonburg.x Jan. 29—Bradford. Feb. 2—Ridgw’ay.x Feb. 5—Wrarren.x Feb. 9—Mt. Tewett. Feb. 12—St. Marys. Feb. 16—Kane x Feb. 23 —Johnsonburg. Feb. 26—Bradford.x Mar. 2—Youngsville.x Mar. 5—Ridgway. Mar. 9—Mt. Jevvett.x I : 'X—Games away from home.

Clipped from Warren Times Mirror09 Dec 1936, WedPage 10

Warren Times Mirror (Warren, Pennsylvania)09 Dec 1936, WedPage 10
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