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This photo of Curtis Bell watching a basketball go out of bounds in a 1986 basketball game against Willmar didn’t reproduce as well as I’d hoped. Sorry.
Chad Throndset was surrounded by Doug Lago and Ted Craig in a basketball game in 1986. Pretty good photo, I think, though it didn’t reproduce quite as well as I’d hoped.
The YMCA was a popular place for kids to hang out during the winter break in 1961.
The 1960 Flying Dutchmen in all their awesomeness! (No, that is not sarcasm.)
The Okabena Blue Hawks won the championship of their subdistrict in 1960, and the boys were Phillip Folkers, David Johnson, Jerry Schroeder, Robert Rossow, Raymond Hussong, Mark Schmidt, Assistant Coach Martin Krause, Howard Sievert, Randy Rohwer, Lynn Schmidt, Coach Darold … Continue reading
The boys basketball team from Harris, Iowa, was the dark horse in its district in 1960, and its members were Dale Barringer, Ray Ransom, Dennis Vogel, Wilfred Bosma, Dean Barringer and Dale Wingate in the front row and coach Keith Chapman, … Continue reading
The Worthington girls basketball team lost to the Marshall Tigers at sub-regions in 1980. The picture caught my attention because it shows how discouraged they were; as photographers we try to catch emotion, whether happy or sad, and the best photos … Continue reading
The Worthington Trojan girls’ team was to play in the sub-regionals in 1980. They were: Chris VanderBerghe, Michelle Demuth, Jeri Johnson, Janet Schlichte, manager Chris Jackson, Chris Carle, Laurie Berger, Lisa Korthals, Pam Lee, Kari Sellberg, manager Becky Emery, coach Don Kuiper, … Continue reading
Windom’s senior playmaker David Miller in regional action in 1980. Toning this photo made him look slightly like Ashton Kutcher. I’m not sure what I did wrong.
Dorothy Williams, a junior in high school, was crowned basketball homecoming queen in 1945 at a dance in Memorial Auditorium after the game. This picture didn’t fare well, even after my cleanup efforts, and I apologize for the weird black … Continue reading