1918

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1918
From the yearbook.
When Coach Harmon called for men to play basketball, about thirty men responded. They played interclass, before the team was picked.

From November to February the team played six games with the CCAL and four without. Of the six league games, it lost but one with King City by two points. The scores of the others plainly showed its superiority. In the championship contest with Monterey, in spite of the handicap of a low ceiling, which prevented the use of the long pass, it won the cup.

Scores of league games show the opponent and then the score with SC score first: Pacific Grove 38-25; King City 25-27; Salinas 49-18; Monterey 45-15; Watsonville 50-15; and Monterey in a playoff 54-16. League record 5-1. Outside games: Lodi 23-48; San Jose 54-11; Commerce of San Francisco 36-32; Oakland Technical 31-23. Season record 8-2.

TRACK LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
The CCAL track meet was held in different venues on a rotating schedule. This year was Santa Cruz’s turn. Santa Cruz regained the championship with 68 points, Salinas 31; King City 12; Monterey 8; Hollister 7.

Captain Phillips was high point winner with 17. Other top scorers were Dake with 13, Marlin 10, Wolfe 9 and Izant 8.

First place finishers for SC
Dake, pole vault and broad jump; Captain Phillips, 100, 220 and 440; Marlin, mile;
Izant, 880; Relay, Dake, Phillips. Marlin, Van Gorder, Hodges and Wolfe.

Captain Phillips was high point winner with 17. Other top scorers were Dake with 13, Marlin 10, Wolfe 9 and Izant 8.

Second place finishers
Hodges and Van Gorder tied in 440; Izant, mile; Terwilliger, shot put; Wolfe, broad jump;
Marlin, 880

Third place
Freshman Montague, mile; Wolfe, 220.
Others who participated were Mosher, Meadows, Royse, Bibbins and Hunter. They did their best to help Santa Cruz win.

TENNIS TEAM CCAL CHAMPIONS

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