East-West Football 1973

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All Stars Named For East-West East-West East-West Coach Kon Gunn of the Bast All-Stars All-Stars All-Stars and coach Dick Salter of the West Stars today named their 30-man 30-man 30-man squads for the Eighth Annual All-Star All-Star All-Star Football Came, sponsored by the Glendor* Rotary Club. C.unn and hli head assistant reach Esper Keller of the -San -San Antonio League's champion champion ClaremoTit team, cast their lot on the hopes of the number two and three top quarterbacks in the Southland when they named Rob Hertel of Los Altos and Flan Hlmes of Walnut to direct te offensive play of the Kast team July It at Citrus College Stadium. Hitneg became the number two lifetime patter in CJ.F. SS competition last season when he reached the 5.8W yard mark and 48 touchdown passes. Last year for the Hacienda League champions and CIF finalist Mustang . team, Hitnes completed 1S7 of S4 passes for 1.64! yards and a touchdown passes. Hertel became the No. 3 lifetime CIF passer as he led his Conqueror team to the Sierra League crown and the CTF a-A a-A a-A title last season. Hertel ended his career as a prep wilh 5.506 yards gained passing Last year he completed completed 195 of 307 attempts for 2.321 yards and 10 touctirtowns. Highlighting Salter and his number one assistant Jim Vang of South Pasadena selections were 10 athletes from the rugged Pacific League. Salter selected three rtf his big linemen for the task [>f stopping the aerial antics of the East, from his Arcadia team, ,'ohn Schumacher, M, 265 tackle. Randy Fow.er S-1. S-1. S-1. 206 guard, and John Coats, a 6-2. 6-2. 6-2. ■ SOU end. were named from Sailer's Arcadia team. Tim l.arkin, another 6-4, 6-4, 6-4, 240-pounder, 240-pounder, 240-pounder, will play in the Shrine game. Salter and Yang also selected three players from fhe Pacific League championship championship Pasadena team when they chose sleek running running back Byron Raptiste. center Lari "Larry" Maloney, and able quarterback quarterback Jim Slaughter. Other West team standouts include running back Mike Nankco of 2-A's 2-A's 2-A's championship All-Star All-Star All-Star Rotter* EAST ALL-STARS ALL-STARS ALL-STARS Nuae Al««nd»r. Pat. Alia Loma. C Ammenlorp. Rick. Wesl Covini. T Bell. nave. C.bmjii., I.B Bnvc*. Phil. Roval Oak. WR fare*. Mile. Chaffey. I.B iinnaail. i.ooiHige. t.B Herlel. Rob. Loj Alios. (fB HoTmei. Marvin. Monrovia. RA Hopper. Doug. Monrovia. DB Jin s. Brove. Glendori. r Kesiltr. Brad. Claremonl. RB Mison. Andy. Chuter dak. RB McOddtn. Bill. Glerrtora. DB McUonaW. Linn. Walnut. DT McLvmaji. John. Cliremont, T Mevers. Hick. Im Altos, ft I B Nefson. Jeff. San Diirus. DB Stftoenlmb. Pete, direnwni, C Seebw. Giry. t« Alton. WR Sleinle, Ro»er. Royll Oal. TE Sylveiler, Sieve, ctiirter Oak. DB Tenove. Gleri. IJaarte. 1>H TrvcVlui. Bob, Well Covini. RB ' Tosiv. Bill. Edeevnod. G Zamori. Mike. Li Ptiente Wilinn, t Ziniora. Steve, La Puenle Wilton. T W 3D 4-1 4-1 4-1 )H Hi lit 5-B 5-B 5-B 1(5 n no t-i t-i t-i in *2 tn a-10 a-10 a-10 m S-* S-* S-* ITS 5-15 5-15 5-15 IM - 4-1 4-1 4-1 120 1 4-1 4-1 4-1 IK B-1 B-1 B-1 1» • B-l B-l B-l Jt! 4-0 4-0 4-0 IIS HI 314 : 4-3 4-3 4-3 inn VII IB HI 170 4-1 4-1 4-1 1U 4-1 4-1 4-1 1T0 4-1 4-1 4-1 IK H 1B1 4-1 4-1 4-1 IBS B.| iin * Flavin to be nlmerl Coirlwi Ken Gurw. Wilnut, Esptf Keller. Claramont. Larry Stuelt. Wilnut. Chrltl Vorn. Wilnut. Jirry Dultnn. Wilnut. WEST AliL-STARB AliL-STARB AliL-STARB Alemanv. Art. San Gthriel. T Baptllle. Byron. Pasidcnl. KB Butler. Byron. Muir. FB Caldwell. Tim. Arrovo, G Callav Bob. Temple Cily. <iS Camooi. Dave. Alhambra. r)B Carrlel. Bob. Rosemmd. T Carter, Larry, Hishoji Amll. LB Coats. Joha. ArcaJii. E Cosunilno. Peie. Alhambra. LB Cox. Terry. Fl Montf , C DeSalvo, Jeff. Rosemead. E Doran. Matt. L'reicenli Valley. WR Fowler. Handle. Arcadia, f, Grevasi. Ken. GleiKtale. WR Gtiltalion. Keith. So. Pawdens. MC James. Wavne. I. A Wilsnn. I.H Javert. Steve. Bishop Ainat, T Matoney. I.arj. PasailenJ. c McGoWrtck, Tom. St. Francis. G Moore. Mike. San Marino. t.B Nanko. Mike. Temple City, HB Quioones. David. Blair. MG Robinwn. Wall. Muir. HB Saneh«. Al. L A Wilson. DB Schumacher. John. Arcadia. T Siminmi. Matk. SojUi Pasadem, DB Sfauehier. Jim. Pasadena. OB Sterkle. Dermis. Mark Kippel. DB Ht Wt 4- 4- 1 210 5- 5- 1 114 5-3 5-3 5-3 IK 4- 4- 0 201 5- 5- t 155 1-0 1-0 1-0 143 5-11 5-11 5-11 no 4-1 4-1 4-1 ieu 4- 4- 1 Itt 5- 5- i 150 4- 4- 4 245 M mn 5- 5- 0 JOO «-( «-( «-( 24BS 5-11 5-11 5-11 ISO 4-0 4-0 4-0 ISO 5-u 5-u 5-u r» Vine. Sooth Pasadena. DnLe Sm::h Arcadia: John Boyle. Arcadia. Tom BroJdfiejil. Arcadia Fall As Romp to a by in to in In addition to her pool records, Susan Page tied two team records swimming the 50 butterfly in S0.6, and the 50 backstroke in 32.0. Steve Bishop added two mare team records to his name in swimming the 50 backstroke in 29.2, and the 50 butterfly in 27,0. Coach Ray Petterson and ' his assistant Andy Powell were very proud of their team as they gathered up 23 individual trophies. Swimming Swimming for the Riptides were: fi aid Uader: Gretchen Coombs — 15 bjckslrole. 3<d. 13 0. 25 butterfly. 2nd 20 fi. 35 breutstrolj, 2nd. 33.4. Jenny Waaman - 24 butterfly, 3rd. 310. & Backstroke. 2nd, 22.1. 25 breaiislrofce. 4th. 24 9: 35 (r«Mvle. III. n 6. Laurie Whipple - 25 hackslroke. 4th, 2J 8. Dick McGuire - 25 butl*rtl>. 4th, 31 S, 25 bruststroke. 3ni, 13 s Mitch McKelvey - 15 yesststroke. 5th. 21 4. a fie*slylf. 41h 15 7. Jeff Whipple - 25 Miksimke. 3rd. IB.5: is freestyle, ah ie i 11.11: Susan Pare - SO butterfly. Hi 30.5. 50 backiWe. 1st. 32 0. » breasuuole. Hh. 37.*. 50 freestyle, 3rd. 1*7 U-14 U-14 U-14 Sieve Bishop - 50 butterfly. Hi. 27 o. 50 backstroke. 1st, st.2, SO Veitvie. art, 25 6. IS H: Loii Jciiien - 50 c-'.jslslruke. c-'.jslslruke. c-'.jslslruke. Sir. SB 9, 50 ireeslyte, 2nd. 37 S Temple City team along with teammate Bob Callas, whose quarterhacking led the Rams to the crown. Salter couldn't resist selecting the fine crop of big linemen from the West as he also selected Steve Javert of Bishop Amal to fill one of his tackle spots. Javert, a 6-5, 6-5, 6-5, 255-pounder, 255-pounder, 255-pounder, was an AU-American AU-American AU-American choice this past season. Gunn and Keiser, however, chose 17 Pomona Valley athletes to help get the East back on the winning track. Claremont and Los Altos each placed three men — the maximum permitted — to the East squad. In addition to Herlel from the champion Conqueror team, the coaches selected a prinw target for Hertel with the selection of his top receiver, ftary Seeber. Seeber was the top receiver at Ijis Altos for the past two years, His 64] receptions receptions for 873 yards in 13 games last year was good enough to place him fifth in CIF. SS record books . Joining Seeber and Herlel will be offensive lineman Rick Meyer, whose blocking ahilt-ty ahilt-ty ahilt-ty helped the champions average 418 yards per game. From Reiser's SAL kings, all-around all-around all-around athlete Brad Kessler, a 6-2. 6-2. 6-2. 210 running back. Lineman John McLyman, and center-lineman center-lineman center-lineman Pete Schoenlaub were the three chosen from Claremont. Kessler, however, may have to be replaced - should he sign a major league baseball contract contract before the game is played. Other top East run-ning run-ning run-ning backs include ' Monrovia's Marvin Holmes and Doug Hopper. Charter Oak's Andy Mason and West Coving's Bob Trudeaux. Wilh the top two passers in the Valley on the East squad, Gunn added more lop receivers with the selection of Glendora's Bruce Jans and Royal Oak's Phil Boyce as well as Charter Oak's Steve Sylvester and San Dimas' Jeff Nelson, Nelson's representation marks the first time the Saliits have been eligible to send a representative to the Charity Classic. Salter chose two players each from L. A Wilson, Bishop Amat. Arroyo. Temple Temple City, Muir; South Pasadena, Alhambra. and Rosemead. San Gabriel. El Monte. Cresenta Valley, Glendale. St. Francis. San Marino, Blair, and Mark Keppel High Schools will eaeh send i>ne representative. For the East, Charter Oak. Glendora, Monrovia.. Roval Oak. Walnut. West Covina. and La Puente Wilson High Schools each have two players on the squad. Alta Loma, Chaffey. Duarte, Edgewoqd, Ganesha, Northview. Pomona, San Dimas. and Upland will be represented by a single player. Coach Gunn and his staff have yet to name two other Players to fill out their sauacl. Duncan McCqll, a 6-3 6-3 6-3 standout standout lineman from South Hills High had to decline invitation to play due to prioi commitments. His replacement has not yet been named. Gunn is expected name his 30th player from Northview Hieii Sciioo . The West last year routed the East team 57-14. 57-14. 57-14. and both coach Salter and coach Gunn do not expect a lop-sided lop-sided lop-sided score in this year s Rotary Club Game. Glendora Rotary Club Game Chairman Bill Bird continues to meet with both coaches and their staffs to iron out game rules and formations. All proceeds from event are turned over each year hy the game-sponsoring game-sponsoring game-sponsoring Glendora Rotary Club selected Valley charitable organizations such as and Girl Scouts, YMCA. Pomona's Casa Colina Rehabilitative Hospital, Glendora Welfare, and Foothill Presbyterian Hospital.

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  1. Arcadia Tribune,
  2. 20 May 1973, Sun,
  3. Page 12

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