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81. Carlisle School
Click to See Enlargement The Carlisle Boys basketball team entered the 200405season Steven and joe provided the lightningwhile Eric was the thunder.,38,78

82. NEW ADDITIONS - All Marty's Stuff - All Marty's Sportscards - A M Sportscards -
1932 Orbit Gum Pins PR2 35 joe Vosmik (PSA 8) $165.00 PHOTO 1932 Orbit Gum PinsPR2 35 joe Vosmik (PSA 1960 Fleer 120 Elvin caldwell (PSA 8) $16.00
All Marty's Stuff We have started to add regional cards and will continue to do so Regional Cards We recently purchased more than 75% of the set
August 13
1911 T201 Sam Crawford/Ty Cobb (PSA 4) $1250.00 PHOTO
1912 T207 John Callahan (PSA 5) $135.00 PHOTO
1914 Cracker Jack #21 Heine Zimmerman (PSA 2) $100.00 PHOTO
1914 Cracker Jack #69 John McGraw (PSA 2) $425.00 PHOTO
1929 R316 Kashin Dale Alexander (PSA 5) $40.00 PHOTO
1929 R316 Kashin Hugh Critz (PSA 5) $40.00 PHOTO
1929 R316 Kashin Sam Jones (PSA 6) $60.00 PHOTO
1929 R316 Kashin Frank Hogan (PSA 5) $40.00 PHOTO
1929 R316 Kashin William Regan (PSA 8oc) $80.00 PHOTO 1929 R316 Kashin Babe Ruth (PSA 5) $1100.00 PHOTO 1929 R316 Kashin Babe Ruth (SGC 40) $600.00 PHOTO 1929 R316 Kashin Bob Smith (PSA 6) $60.00 PHOTO 1929 R316 Kashin Riggs Stevenson (PSA 5) $50.00 PHOTO 1933 Sports Kings #1 Ty Cobb (GAI 4) $1100.00 PHOTO 1935 Diamond Stars #49 Buck Jordan (SGC 86) $160.00 PHOTO 1938 Goudey #267 Joe Kuhel (PSA 4) $75.00 PHOTO 1940 Play Ball #223 Hugh Jennings (BVG 4.5) $55.00 PHOTO 1941 Goudey #12 Fritz Ostermueller (PSA 5) $215.00

83. Summer Camps:
St joe s basketball Camps boys and girls; day and overnight camps held on the St.joe s campus; click on SJUAthletics - Camps/Clinics or call 610-660-1710
Over the years many Wildcat players have asked for information about area basketball programs offered during the fall, spring, and summer. The list* below is an attempt to provide you with the names of local programs if your child is interested in these additional basketball experiences. The Paoli Wildcats league does not advocate one particular program over any others. For verification of the quality of these programs please ask your friends or contact the programs themselves for re ferences. *If you have information about a camp or program you think should be included on this website, please contact us at or call 610-644-0709. Please note: Any programs that have their own websites can be directly linked by clicking on the name of the program. The Paoli Wildcats are not responsible for any information you might receive once you leave this website. FALL 2005/WINTER 2006 CAMPS OR CLINICS NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. FALL 2004/WINTER 2005 CAMPS OR CLINICS 1. Conestoga Girls Hoops Clinic - Sunday, Dec. 5, 2004, from 11:00-2:00, at Conestoga HS, for area youth girls ages 7 and older. Cost is $30/child. The clinic is being sponsored by the CHS girls basketball team and booster club. Contact Nancy Caldwell for info on signing up, 610-647-4834.

84., A Publication Of The Bryan-College Station Eagle
basketball Roundup. Eagle Staff Reports. Vasity Girls Bremond 53, Round RockChristian Acadmey Mumford at noon on ThursdayMadisonville 61, caldwell 58
Basketball December 7, 2004 Basketball Roundup Eagle Staff Reports Vasity Girls
Bremond 53, Round Rock Christian Acadmey 34
RRCA (4-5)
BREMOND (10-4)
Czajkowski had 7 assists and 4 steals
JV: Bremond 33-26. (B) Bri Morrow 11
Next: Bremond is at the Bynum Tournament on Thursday vs. Coolidge at 1 p.m. Vasity Boys
Brenham 73, Bellville 46
Brenham 82-27. Freshman: Belliville 49-46 Next: Brenham is at Elgin 290 Shootout on Thursday. St. Joseph 51, Woodlands Christian 49 ST. JOSEPH (7-4) WC Highlights: Roberson hit the game-winner with 19 seconds and added 19 rebounds. JV: St. Joseph, 35-25. Next: St. J. at Mumford, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.Richards 69, Alpha Omega Academy 53 ALPHA OMEGA RICHARDS (2-4) Highlights: Landon Gilbert had 10 rebounds and seven steals; Steven Contreras had 9 rebounds and seven steals Next: Richards at St. Joseph Tournament, vs. Mumford at noon on ThursdayMadisonville 61, Caldwell 58

85., A Publication Of The Bryan-College Station Eagle
WEATHERFORD — The A M Consolidated boys basketball team dropped its opener atthe Weatherford caldwell, Friday in the second round of the tournament.
Basketball December 10, 2004 Basketball Roundup Eagle Staff Reports Consolidated boys drop tourney opener
Arlington Seguin, 8-3, is coached by John King, who served as an assistant coach at Consolidated under Tiger boss Rusty Segler.
Consolidated (3-8) will play Keller on Friday at 10:30 a.m.
Jeremy Russell scored 23 points to lead the Tigers, while Detron Lewis added 10.
(Numbers indicate field goals, free throws made-attempted, fouls and points)
Next: Consol will play Keller at Friday 10:30 a.m.
Bryan JV 73, Anderson-Shiro 67

Franklin Tournament
Next: Anderson-Shiro will play Leon on Friday at 11:40 a.m.
Franklin 57, Normangee 46 Franklin Tournament Next: Franklin will play Marlin on Friday at 7:40 p.m. Normangee will play Iola at 2:20 p.m. Marlin 91, Iola 48

86. Pfeiffer University Misenheimer, Charlotte, Triangle, Online
The Pfeiffer men s basketball team returns eleven players that helped them win Junior Rusty Kiddoo (Tucson, AZ), shot 39% from three, and sophmores joe

87. NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Conference Tournaments
March 1 at campus sites, March 4 5 at Newman Center, caldwell, NJ (Hosted bycaldwell College 3 caldwell 85, 6 New Jersey Institute of Technology 71
NCAA Division II Conference Tournaments: 2004-05 Season
#8 Anderson 93, #9 St. Andrews 82
#6 Erskine 93, #11 Coker 74
#10 Lees-McRae 83, #7 Belmont Abbey 80 Wednesday, March 2
#1 Pfeiffer 85, #8 Anderson 76
#5 Limestone 85, #4 Queens (N.C.) 79
#3 Barton 72, #6 Erskine 70
#2 Mount Olive 101, #10 Lees-McRae 80 Friday, March 4
#1 Pfeiffer 88, #5 Limestone 57
#2 Mount Olive 90, #3 Barton 81 Saturday, March 5 #1 Pfeiffer 98, #2 Mount Olive 84 CENTRAL ATLANTIC COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE Tuesday, March 1 #1 Bloomfield 79, #8 Dominican 68 #5 Felician 79, #4 Nyack 72 #3 Caldwell 85, #6 New Jersey Institute of Technology 71 #7 University of the Sciences 70, #2 Holy Family 68 Friday, March 4 #1 Bloomfield 107, #5 Felician 69 #3 Caldwell 70, #7 University of the Sciences 56 Saturday, March 5 #1 Bloomfield 91, #3 Caldwell 67

88. Eastern Oregon University - Athletics & Recreation - Men's Basketball - January
caldwell, Idaho EJ Costello hit six three-pointers en route to 20 point night Rich Fried had 16 points and 12 rebounds for Albertson, while joe Green
About EOU Admissions Distance Education Students ... Community Partners Men's Basketball Coyotes get first taste from Cup; Defeat EOU men 87-67 January 7, 2005 by Mike Safford, Jr., Albertson College SID CALDWELL, Idaho E.J. Costello hit six three-pointers en route to 20 point night as the Albertson men's basketball took claim to the first I-84 Cup game in a 87-67 win over Eastern Oregon. The No. 7 ranked Coyotes (12-3, 4-1 CCC) jumped out to a 13-2 lead and were never threatened, leading by as many as 28 in the lopsided win. Rich Fried had 16 points and 12 rebounds for Albertson, while Joe Green scored 12 points, had a career-high 11 assists, and notched seven steals. The golden "I-84 Cup" was a brain-child of athletic directors Rob Cashell of Eastern and Marty Holly of Albertson. The traveling trophy will go to the victor of each Cascade Conference men's game between the teams. The Mountaineers (3-9, 2-3) got a career-high 26 points and 14 rebounds from Chad Fairbanks, but saw a two-game win streak ended.

89. Caldwell College Vs Holy Family University (1/20/05 At Campus Center)
Official basketball Box Score. Official basketball Box Score caldwell College vsHoly Family University 1/20/05 800pm at Campus Center
Caldwell College vs Holy Family University (1/20/05 at Campus Center)
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Official Basketball Box Score Caldwell College vs Holy Family University 1/20/05 8:00pm at Campus Center
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Official Basketball Box Score 1st Half Caldwell College vs Holy Family University 1/20/05 8:00pm at Campus Center

90. D3boys03
Division III Boys AllOhio high school basketball team Travis Clark, caldwell;Ryan Harmon, Zanesville W. Muskingum; Chris Cabot, W. Lafayette
Division III Boys' All-Ohio high school basketball team
COLUMBUS - The 1997-98 Associated Press Division III boys All-Ohio high school basketball team, based on recommendations of a state media panel (with school, height, grade and scoring average): First team PLAYER SCHOOL HGT. YR. PPG. J.T. Hoyng Sparta Highland 6-3 Sr. 25.5 Chris Williams Dayton Christian 5-10 Sr. 12.4 Tony Hiser Hamler Patrick Henry 6-5 Sr. 21.1 Greg Harrison Youngs. Liberty 6-2 Sr. 22.0 Asa Jewett Portsmouth West 6-11 Sr. 19.3 Thomas Haskell Albany Alexander 6-10 Sr. 18.5 Phil Argento Rocky River Luth. West 6-2 Sr. 29.5 Steve Vega, Avon 5-8 Sr. 33.5 Judd Lori Caldwell 6-1 Sr. 22.6 Bill Mallernee Sugarcreek Garaway 6-7 Jr. 18.0 Second team PLAYER SCHOOL HGT. YR. PPG. Matt Smith Ontario 6-8 Sr. 15.2 Richard Jackson Sullivan Black River 6-1 Sr. 25.5 Sammy Gue Chesapeake 6-3 Sr. 15.5 Dante DuBose Dayton Christian 6-6 Sr. 21.2 Josh Beery London Madison Plains 6-0 Sr. 21.1 Chad Coyne Martins Ferry 6-3 Sr. 19.0 Third team PLAYER SCHOOL HGT. YR. PPG.

91. Mens Track
joe DiCola, 11.69 9. Chad caldwell, 11.87 Long Jump Decathlon joe DiCola,15.58 Discus Throw Decathlon 5. Chad caldwell, 34.80m (1142)
Home About UConn Athletics Directions Schedules ... Visiting Team Information
Pisano Becomes First-Ever Three-Time Javelin Champion at BIG EAST Championships
PISCATAWAY, NJ (May 2) - Two-time All-American Paul Pisano (Toms River, N.J.) became the first-ever three-time javelin champion at the 2004 BIG EAST Championships, helping lead the University of Connecticut men’s track and field team to a third-place overall finish.
Pisano threw a distance of 69.17 meters (226-11) to earn his third consecutive title. UConn had another individual winner in freshman Daniel Hutcherson (New London, Conn.) who took the high jump title on Saturday.
UConn placed third among the 11 teams with 115 points. Notre Dame won the title with 172.5 points, and Rutgers placed second with 160.5 points.
The Huskies recorded nine total top-three finishes at the meet. Earning second-place finishes were Aaron Isaacs (Danbury, Conn.) in the discus, John Barth (South Kingstown, R.I.) in the hammer throw and Chris Mazza (Toms River, N.J.) in the pole vault.
Joel Legare (Holden, Mass.) placed third in the 800-meter run, Calvin Rhodes (Trenton, N.J.) earned a third-place finish in the 400-meter hurdles, and Jake Radzevich (Hampstead, N.H.) took third in the pole vault.

92. Mens Track
Chad caldwell, 8.63 4. Sean Berg, 8.69 5. joe DiCola, 8.82 7. Will Thomas, 8.95.1000 Meter Run 2. Chad caldwell, 249.83 3. Mike Delgado, 300.26
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DiCola Wins Individual Title at 2003 Husky Open Heptathlon
STORRS, CT (Dec. 6) - Joe DiCola (Cortlandt Manor, NY) scored 5,156 points to take the individual title at the 2003 Husky Open Heptathlon in Greer Field House. Four UConn athletes finished in the top six in the two-day event. Seven events must be completed to earn a total score in the heptathlon; a 60-meter run, the long jump, shot put, high jump, 60-meter high hurdles, pole vault and 1000-meter run. DiCola won the long jump with a mark of 7.05 meters (23-1.75), the high jump with a mark of 1.96 meters (6-5), and the pole vault with a mark of 4.85 meters (15-11). UConn All-American Will Thomas (South Kingstown, RI) took first in the 60-meter dash, the shot put and high jump, but was disqualified in the pole vault and did not compete in the 1000-meter run. Chris Carter from the University of Pennsylvania won second place, and UConn’s Chad Caldwell (Bayport, NJ) finished third. UConn also took fourth and fifth with Mike Delgado (Bridgewater, MA) and Sean Berg (Groton, CT) taking the spots, respectively. The men’s track and field team will take the rest of the month off, and return to action on Friday and Saturday, January 9-10 at the Yale Invitational.

93. The Marietta Times Steven Michael King
caldwell — Steven Michael King, 18, of caldwell, died Friday (July 29, 2005) inBladen County, and participated in cross country, track, and basketball.

94. Warner Pacific Vs Albertson (02-07-03 At Caldwell, ID)
LAYUP by joe Green 0505 2123 V 2 0452 21-25 V 4 GOOD! Official BasketballBox Score 1st Half Warner Pacific vs Albertson 02-07-03 800 PM at 2004/
Warner Pacific vs Albertson (02-07-03 at Caldwell, ID)
Official Basketball Box Score
Official Basketball Box Score Warner Pacific vs Albertson 02-07-03 8:00 P.M. at Caldwell, ID
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Play-By-Play Warner Pacific vs Albertson 02-07-03 8:00 P.M. at Caldwell, ID Warner Pacific 33, Albertson 32 Warner Pacific 76, Albertson 73
Official Basketball Box Score 1st Half
Official Basketball Box Score 1st Half Warner Pacific vs Albertson 02-07-03 8:00 P.M. at Caldwell, ID
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Official Basketball Box Score 2nd Half Warner Pacific vs Albertson 02-07-03 8:00 P.M. at Caldwell, ID

95. The Official NJIT Athletics Department Home Page
Dec 13 caldwell, NJ. The NJIT men s basketball team lost at caldwell College,5756, on Thursday night. caldwell s Tre Gardener made a runner in the lane
Home Staff Directory Directions Phys. Ed. ... Get NJIT Sports News In Your Email! Men's Basketball Schedule Roster Quick Facts 000-2001 Season ... Athletics Home Welcome to Men's Basketball Home Page!! MEN'S BASKETBALL SPLITS IN FLORIDA Dec 27 The NJIT men's basketball team split its two games on its recent trip to south Florida. On December 29, the Highlanders (5-7) survived a scare from winless Nova Southeastern University before triumphing, 70-65. The next night, they fell to Barry University, 88-70... NJIT SWEEPS BASKETBALL DOUBLEHEADER FROM USP Dec 22 NEWARK, N.J. – The New Jersey Institute of Technology men’s basketball team led by as many as 17 points in the first half en route to a 73-64 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference men’s basketball victory over visiting University of the Sciences in Philadelphia at Entwisle Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon... MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM LOSE TO CALDWELL COLLEGE Dec 13 Caldwell, NJ.

96. 2003-2004 USCAA Basketball Championships
Jones Sr Paul Smith s F Brooklyn, NY Michelle Softy Soph St.joeBrooklyn GQueens, NY 2003-04 USCAA Women s basketball Academic All-Americans
2003-2004 USCAA Basketball Championships
Women's and D2 Men's at Central Maine Community College
Tournament Updates From Maine
Finlandia Wins Women's Championships
Finlandia accepting their championship trophy
Championship BOXSCORE Finlandia (MI) 79, Arkansas Baptist 78 OT Sarah Bennett hit 2 free throws with 9.6 seconds remaining in overtime for the big win. Leading Scorers: FINL - Beth Koski, 21 ABC - Sabrina Nelson, 17 All-Tournament
  • Erika Stevenson, San José Christian
  • Jennifer Rausch, Davenport
  • Nicole Zapolski, Keystone
  • Sabrina Nelson, Arkansas Baptist
  • Beth Koski, Finlandia
  • Delsie Luokkala, Finlandia
Coach of the Year: Steve Nordstrom, Finlandia 7th Place: St Joseph's-Brooklyn 57, NH Tech 47 The Lady Bears led 18-15 at the half and Lady Bear Michelle Softy passed the 1000 point mark as a Sophomore. Leading Scorers: SJNY - Michelle Softy, 24 (1011 career to date) NHTI - Melissa Gravilla, 21 5th Place: Davenport (MI) 92, San José Christian (CA) 89 OT Jennifer Rausch hit 3 free throws with less than a second left in overtime for the win. Leading Scorers: DAVP - Jennifer Rausch, 36 (7 three pointerS) SJCH - Bethany Ballard, 20 3rd Place: Keystone (PA) 82, Paul Smith's (NY) 57 The Lady Giants led 42-28 at halftime. Leading Scorers; KEYC - Nicole Zapolski, 17 PSMC - Fabienne Jones, 18
Tuesday Game Results
CONSOLATION GAMES Game 1: Davenport (MI) 97, NH Tech 51 Davenport led 48-28 at the half. Leading Scorers: DAVP - Karen Rugless, 16 points NHTI - Melissa Gravilla, 16 points Game 2: San José Christian 74, St Joseph's-Brooklyn 64 San José Christian led 34-32 at the half as they earned their first-ever post-season win. Leading Scorers: SJCH - Erika Stevenson, 20 points SJNY - Michelle Softy, 24 points

97.   Men's Basketball Division II National Chamipionship
NAIA Division II Men s basketball National Championship. ROUND ONE COMPLETED;SIXTEEN TEAMS 14 caldwell (NJ) (255) def. Bluefield (Va.) (22-12), 68-48
NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Championship
POINT LOOKOUT, MO. – The first round of competition at the 11 th Annual NAIA Men’s Division II Basketball National Championship is complete as 16 teams advance to Friday’s second round action.
St. Vincent College (Pa.), the tournament’s 12 th seed, opened the day’s eight games with a 77-69 win over Briar Cliff University (Iowa). th seeded Brevard College (N.C.) was upset by Black Hills State University (S.D.), 72-6 and defending national champion Northwestern College (Iowa) posted an 86-69 win over St. Joseph’s College (Maine). th seeded Siena Heights University (Mich.) pulled away from Northwestern College (Minn.) midway through the first half en route to a 90-67 victory. Huntington College (Ind.), the 13 th seed, handed Holy Names College (Calif.) a 76-60 loss before top-seeded Evangel University (Mo.) disposed of College of St. Joseph (Vt.), winning by the first round’s largest margin, 79-49. Holy Family College (Pa.) upset #9 Newman University (Kan.) 73-71 and The Evergreen State College advanced with a 71-64 victory over Ottawa University (Kan.) in a close contest.

98.   Men's Basketball Division II National Chamipionship
NAIA Division II Men s basketball National Championship. QUARTERFINAL MATCHUPS SET 14 caldwell (NJ) (255) def. Bluefield (Va.) (22-12), 68-48
NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Championship QUARTERFINAL MATCHUPS SET
POINT LOOKOUT, MO. – The second round of competition at the 11 th Annual NAIA Men’s Division II Basketball National Championship is complete as eight teams have moved forward. The day saw several close games and three upsets.
nd seeded Warner Southern College (Fla.) overcame an 18 point deficit in the second half to defeat University of Sioux Falls (S.D.), 88-74 in the first game of the day. rd seeded Cornerstone University (Mich.) used clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch to hold on and beat 14 th seeded Caldwell College (N.J.) 81-78. The first upset of the day came when 12 seeded St. Vincent College (Pa.) knocked off the fifth seeded Siena Heights University (Mich.) 74-52; it was Siena Height’s lowest point total since the 1996-97 season. Robert Morris College, the tournament’s seventh seed, advanced to the quarterfinals with an 89-72 win over Bethel College (Tenn.). Defending national champion Northwestern College (Iowa) defeated Huntington College (Ind.) 92-80 and 11

99. Rr17week05
Winners for the B team include caldwell Huckabay, Jeff Trimble, The Bayloreighth grade girls basketball team hurt themselves with over 30 turnovers

100. Wabash College: Sports - Basketball Lettermen
AllTime Wabash basketball Lettermen A B C D E F G H I J K caldwell, Dirk1991 caldwell, Merrill1931-32 Campbell, Edward1939
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All-Time Wabash Basketball Lettermen
A B C D ... Z
Adam, Fred1920-21-22-23
Adams, Carl1927-28-29
Alexander, Devon1998-99* Allen, Bob1955 Andrew, Bob1987,88,89,90* Axel, Duane1957-58-59 B Babcock, Michael1999-2000 Bacon, Francis1916-17-18 Ball, Charles1907-08 Baluyut, Art1980* Banks, Kevin1983* Barilich, Ken1975 Barrett, Beau1995-96-97-98 Bartlett, Ward1920 Bash, David1930-31-32 Bauman, Paul1942 Bayer, Albert1927 Beagle, Jim1982-83 Beal, Joe1960-61 Beebe, Jamie1955-56* Bego, David1973 Bell, Cliff1973-74-75-76 Bell, Nate2003 Benefiel, Kevin1979-80-81 Bennett, Tom1957-58-59-60 Berns, Herman1933-34-35 Berns, John1936-37-39

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