Bill Engelhardt's MUSTANGS GRIDIRON Corner

This site is currently dedicated to covering the fortunes of the South Western High School MUSTANGS football team in York County, Pennsylvania. SOUTH WESTERN MUSTANGS GRIDIRON columns will be posted for a preseason review and following each game during the season. And we will follow my Alma Mater, the CUTTERS of Fair Lawn High School in Bergen County, New Jersey, with THE GRIDIRON columns by my twin brother Dick, the stadium announcer "Voice of the CUTTERS."

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Sunday, August 30, 2015

THE GRIDIRON 1-2015

By Dick Engelhardt 


It’s great to begin my 19th season as “The Voice of The CUTTERS on The    Gridiron” as the CUTTERS of Fair Lawn High begin their 73rd football season. I became the announcer in 1997 after my twin brother, Bill, and I had been “spotters” for many seasons for long time popular Fair Lawn announcer, Joe Hausmann. Even then I enjoyed taking the crowd on my “Walk Down Memory Lane.” I look forward to the 2015 season with my spotter, Shawn Kerestes.

Amir Saadah, a 2000 FLHS graduate who played for Mike Alberque’s 1997-99 CUTTERS, took over in 2011 as the 11th Football coach in FLHS history. He followed Marty Fischbein 1943-44, Frank Bennett 1945-60, Ed Sheehy 1961-64, Frank Devens 1965-71, Al Reinoso 1972-74, Rich Szura 1975-77, Pete Natale 1978-87, Mike Alberque 1988-2001, Greg Tanzer 2002-06 and Stan Myles 2007-10. Their combined 1943-2014 record is 319-323-14 (.497).

Championships came in the Bergen-Passaic Interscholastic League (B-PIL) in 1945, 53 and 55 with co-championships in ’46 with the BUCCANEERS of Bogota and ’47 with the GOLDEN BEARS of Lyndhurst. My brother Bill and I were “Water Boys” on Coach Bennett’s ’55 team. Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League (NNJIL) titles came in 1965 and 66 with a tri-championship in 1980 with the FIGHTING MUSTANGS of Clifton High and the HORNETS of Passaic Valley. Northern Bergen Interscholastic League (NBIL) Division 1 championships came in 1984, 85, 87 and 89. The State playoff system began in 1974 and our CUTTERS have been in the playoffs in 1979, 80, 85, 87, 88, 89, 2000 and 2009.

Saadah has a fine coaching staff. Former Bogota Head Coach Nick DeStefano is the new offensive coordinator, Saadah continues as the defensive coordinator and Scott Leathem, who is the Lacrosse Head Coach; Anthony Tozzi and Alonso Escalante are assistant coaches, with Brendan and Brian Walis as volunteers. Ed Guy and Andy Berninger continue to coach the freshman team along with new volunteer Quintin Lopez. The names Berninger, Guy, Leathem, Saadah, Tozzi and Walis are big in FLHS Gridiron history.

This Friday at 7:00 our CUTTERS open the season at Caven Point in Jersey City against the RAMS of Dickinson High. Our heroes were scheduled to play Paramus Catholic at home on October 24th but the PALADINS will play the ASCENDERS of IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida instead and Fair Lawn was able to schedule Dickinson away on September 4th of “Week 0,” the Labor Day weekend. The schedule is lopsided in favor of Away games because of that and the fact that, in 2014, the Clifton game was moved to Fair Lawn because the FIGHTING MUSTANGS’ new field turf wasn’t ready so the 2015 game is at Clifton. In 2009 in North Jersey Tri-County Conference (NJTCC) crossover action our CUTTERS beat the RAMS 41-8.

Fair Lawn got ready for the season with scrimmage action at SASSO FIELD against Hasbrouck Heights, Hawthorne, Manchester, Memorial of West New York, Secaucus and Verona. It was great to see Mike Alberque and Jim Beshaw. Mike coached our CUTTERS to a 71-61-1 (.538) record 1988-2001 taking the NBIL Division 1 title in ’89 and making the playoffs in ’88, ’89 and 2000. Beshaw was a popular assistant and freshmen coach. He thinks the seniors he last coached as freshmen in ‘13 could form the nucleus of a playoff contender! Our heroes figure to get off to a good start. From here it looks like Fair Lawn 27- Dickinson 6. GO GUTTERS GO!!! 

THIS WEEK IN FLHS GRIDIRON HISTORY Week 1 Yrs End In 5


By Dick Engelhardt

1945 – New coach Frank Bennett’s CUTTERS joined the Bergen-Passaic Interscholastic League (B-PIL) with a 12-0 victory over the GOLDEN BEARS of Lyndhurst. Fair Lawn took the fierce 1945 – 53 B-PIL rivalry with Lyndhurst 5-4 (.556). The B-PIL became the Northern Bergen Interscholastic League (NBIL) in 1956.

1955 – Bennett’s CUTTERS were edged 12-7 by the Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League (NNJIL) HIGHWAYMEN of Teaneck in independent action. During 1954-58 independently and 1959-82 in the NNJIL our CUTTERS went 17-11-1 (.607) over the HIGHWAYMEN. Fair Lawn’s 20-6 victory in 2009 in North Jersey Tri-County Conference (NJTCC) Division 3 action put our CUTTERS up 18-11-1 (.621) in the series.

1965 – Frank Devens took over the reins following the death of Coach Ed Sheehy and his CUTTERS beat the CRUSADERS of East Paterson 28-7 for their first victory in the series. During 1962-65 the tough CRUSADERS went 3-1 (.750) over our CUTTERS. Fair Lawn would go 8-0-1 (1.000) and take the NNJIL title. East Paterson became Elmwood Park in 1972.

1975 – New Coach Rich Szura’s CUTTERS were beaten 22-0 by the COMETS of Hackensack in NNJIL action. During 1959-82 in the NNJIL the COMETS went 16-7-1 (.696) over our CUTTERS. In 1959, Fair Lawn’s maiden season in the league, our CUTTERS won 27-6 and yet saw Hackensack take the title by half a game. Frank Bennett’s 1953 B-PIL champs shared the North Jersey, Section 1, Group III State title with the COMETS. Mike Alberque’s 2000 CUTTERS put up a whale of a battle before losing 14-6 to the nationally ranked COMETS in the States. The 5-0 Hackensack record in Big North Conference (BNC) crossover action in 2010 – 14 has the COMETS’ record against our CUTTERS 28-7-1 (.800).

1985 – Pete Natale’s CUTTERS returned to their old NBIL with a 14-10 interdivisional win over the COWBOYS of Pascack Hills. During 1984-86 and 1994-98 our CUTTERS went 6-2 (.750) over the COWBOYS. In NBIL interdivisional action.

1995 – Mike Alberque’s CUTTERS beat the NORSEMEN of Northern Valley, Demarest 40-21 in NBIL Division 1 action. Our CUTTERS took the 1956-58 and 1990- 2008 NBIL rivalry 13-9 (.591). The NORSEMEN went 2-0 in 2010 and 11 Big North Conference (BNC) crossover action. Fair Lawn leads the rivalry 13-11 (.552).   

2005 – Greg Tanzer’s CUTTERS were shutout 38-0 by the GREEN RAIDERS of Ramapo in NBIL Division 1 action. The GREEN RAIDERS took the 1956-58 and 1984-2008 NBIL Division 1 rivalry 17-11 (.607).

Monday, August 17, 2015

SOUTH WESTERN MUSTANGS GRIDIRON 2015-1



By Bill Engelhardt
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The Mustangs of South Western return to gridiron action Friday night, September 4, as they visit the Warriors of Gettysburg to kick off the 2015 season. The Mustangs are in Division I and the Warriors are in Division II of the YAIAA so this is a non-league contest.  Division I consists of Central York, Dallastown, New Oxford, Northeastern, Red Lion, South Western, Spring Grove, and William Penn.

The Mustangs begin their fourth year under coach Damian Poalucci and are looking forward to a successful season as they enter the 56th year of the football program.  They have a career 346-214-8 record with a .618 winning percentage and a .623 non-losing percentage.  They are 340-205-8 in regular season play.  This year the Mustangs have a great group of returning seniors, returning starters and lettermen, and some exciting new players to watch, and hope to resume the winning tradition, which includes 12 league titles since 1990 and 16 in the history of the school.

Seniors Skylar Bowman, Corbin Byers, Scotty Dickmyer, Tyler Fulmore, Brock Geiman, Robby Harrison, Zack Hughes, Noah Staub, and Josh Zeroth, and juniors Drew Hartlaub and A.R. Reusing are returning starters.  Seniors Mike Farace, Jeffrey Green, Matt Smolko, and Chris Steckel, and juniors Bubba Carbaugh, Jacob Muir, Carson Perry, Evan Raubenstine, and Nate VanCampen are also returning letterman.

Senior Mike Johnson, juniors Tommy Aumen, Desean Crump, Noah Langenfeld, and Teian Moore, and sophomores Thaddeus Davis, Kurt Eichhorn, Josh Higdon, and Brady Tyman are up and comers to watch this year.

The graduation of key players Luke Baugher, Matt Helwig, Tyler Jachelski, Ryan Krebs, Hunter Palmer, Brady Thayer, and Andrew Slater still leaves the Mustangs with a cadre of seasoned players.  Senior Brock Geiman was the very capable starting quarterback last year and saw significant playing time even as a sophomore, leaving the position in very good hands.

We look for Harbison and Fulmore to vie for the fullback position and lead the heralded rushing attack, and Green, Hartlaub, Hughes, Moore, Muir, and Perry will round out the offensive backfield and continue the great running tradition of the Mustangs.  Harbison led the vaunted rushing attack last year with 151 carries for 629-yards and 4 touchdowns, and Hartlaub rang in with 71 carries for 382-yards and 6 touchdowns before being injured midway through the season, so there is plenty of experience in the backfield.

We are looking for Staub, with 28 receptions for 432-yards and 5 touchdowns last year, to lead the receiving corps, along with Bowman, Byers, Langenfeld, and Smolko.  Hartlaub, with 18 receptions for 481-yards and 5 touchdowns, and Harbison, with 6 receptions for 99-yards, have experience catching the ball out of the backfield.

Among the returning players, Byers (26 tackles), Carbaugh, Dickmyer, Raubenstine (4 tackles), Reusing (1 tackle), Steckel (13 tackles), and Zeroth (32 tackles), have significant experience on either the offensive or defensive line and should figure prominently again this year.  The trenches will certainly be a significant factor in the success of the Mustangs this year.

Bowman (6 tackles), Farace (8 tackles), Fulmore (50 tackles), Harbison (1 tackle), Perry (4 tackles), Raubenstine (4 tackles), and Smolko (13 tackles), in 2014, leave the Mustangs in great shape at the linebacker position.

Green (5 tackles), Hartlaub (9 tackles), Hughes (23 tackles), and Muir (4 tackles) in 2013, should all see plenty of action in the secondary, with plenty of help from Geiman and Staub.

Geiman, with 2 kickoffs and 35 punts (for 1,254-yards and a 35.8-yard average), and 2 extra points in 2014, leaves the kicking game in experienced hands.

Damian Poalucci is ready and eager to lead the Mustangs into the new season against the Warriors of Gettysburg.  In his preseason outlook he said, The Mustang Corral should be filled with offensive excitement this season with numerous returning starters on the offensive side of the ball.  Brock Geiman returns to his Quarterback position and will be joined in the backfield by returning lettermen, FB Robby Harbison and HB’s Drew Hartlaub, Zack Hughes, and Jeff Green.  Mike Johnson, Teian Moore, Carson Perry, and Jacob Muir will add to the Mustang running game. Noah Staub returns to lead the receiving corps and with young Mustangs Noah Langenfeld, Caleb Stuller, Tyler Bynaker, Kurt Eichhorn, and Brady Tyman the QB’s should have many options to get the ball downfield.

The old cliché’ that “it all starts with the line” has never been more applicable.  The fate of the Mustang Football Team clearly rests up front.  The offensive and defensive line will be anchored by seniors Skylar Bowman, Josh Zeroth, Scotty Dickmyer, Mike Farace and returning junior starter AR Reusing.  Newcomers to the offensive and defensive line Bubba Carbaugh, Evan Raubenstine, Tommy Aumen, and returning TE’s Corbin Byers, Matt Smolko, Chris Steckel, and Chris Ginevra will play a vital role on both sides of the football.

The Mustangs return significant playing experience on the defensive side of the ball with Nate VanCampen, Matt Smolko, and Zach Hughes returning to their safety and OLB positions.  Tyler Fulmore will return to his ILB position and be joined by Evan Raubenstine, Colby Teal and youngster Kaiden Gaylord.  The defensive backfield will be manned by Drew Hartlaub, Jeff Green, DeSean Crump, and youngsters Josh Higdon, and Grayson Wingert.

FINISH is 2015 mantra in the South Western Corral.  The off-season work ethic in the weight room, 7v7s, voluntary camps, and instructional sessions was excellent, actually the best in many years.  The up and coming sophomores (Thaddeus Davis, Sam Hacker, Wyatt Laudicina, Sean Wolfe, and Jacob Sager) worked tirelessly this summer and may contribute to the returning players and lettermen noted above.

The absolute, number one, positive with this group has been the bond of classes and willingness to work together.  There has been outstanding senior/junior leadership from those players noted above (starters, lettermen, and “players to watch”) and these young men really want to continue the strong tradition of Mustang Football!

                                                                                                            Go Mustangs!!!!
                                                                                                            Damian Poalucci

From here it looks like the South Western Mustangs are ready and eager to provide all of us thrills and excitement in their 56th season.  I think the Mustangs are up to the challenge of resuming their winning ways and expectations are sky high.  I can’t wait for the start of the 2015 season.  GO MUSTANGS GO.

SOUTH WESTERN MUSTANGS RECORD BOOK: 1960-2014

POINTS SURRENDERED
1994 - 53 pts.
1982 - 62 pts.
1985 - 67 pts.
1977 - 78 pts.
1970 - 84 pts.

TEAM DEFENSE
RUSHING YARDS SURRENDERED
1994 - 497 yds.
1981 - 761 yds.
1982 - 791 yds.
1986 - 913 yds.
1992 - 952 yds.

TEAM DEFENSE
PASSING YARDS SURRENDERD
1978 - 614 yds.
1984 - 726 yds.
1985 - 728 yds.
1990 - 746 yds.
1999 - 748 yds.

TEAM DEFENSE
TOTAL YARDS SURRENDERED
1994 - 1348 yds.
1982 - 1613 yds.
1986 - 1795 yds.
1992 - 1800 yds.
1981 - 1857 yds.

TEAM DEFENSE

MOST SHUTOUTS

1994 - 5
1984 - 5
2006 - 4
1995 - 4
1982 - 4
1980 - 4
1972 - 4
1965 - 4

TEAM DEFENSE

SCORES

1984 – 6 TD’s
2006 - 5 TD’s, 2 safeties
1886 - 5 TD’s, 1 safety
1976 - 5 TD’s
1990 - 4 TD’s, 2 safeties

TEAM DEFENSE
QUARTERBACK SACKS
1993 - 44
1986 - 40
2003 - 37
2006 - 36
2000 - 34

TEAM DEFENSE
INTERCEPTIONS
1985 - 22
1995 - 20
1992 - 20
1982 - 20
2000 - 18

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
SEASON TACKLES
163 – Carnie Fryfogle – 2011
151 - Jason Gigous - 2006
145 - Justin Mummert – 2000
139 – Jake Myers - 2009
132 - Adam Lawrence - 2001

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
CAREER TACKLES
290 - Brian Hart
286 - Jeff Fritz
266 – Jake Myers
257 - Kyle Wildasin
255 - Justin Mummert

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
SEASON QB SACKS
16 - Zack Topper – 1993
16 - Mike McFalls – 1986
14 - Nate Stetter – 1995
13 - Scott Baublitz – 1979
10 – Jeremy Renoll - 2005
10 – Jeremie Ecker - 2000

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
CAREER QB SACKS
23 - Zack Topper
21 – Jeremy Renoll
17 - Bob Bealing
16 - Mike McFalls
15 - Scott Baublitz
15 - Jeremie Ecker

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
SEASON INTERCEPTIONS
8 - Aaron Brady – 1992
7 - Zach Krise - 2004
7 - Matt Schmidt – 2003
7 - Kyle Wildasin – 1999
6 – Ryan Krebs - 2014
6 – Duane Rowlette - 2007
6 - Doug Seidenstricker - 1990
6 - Andy Stauffer - 1984
6 - Paige Wingert - 1982

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
CAREER INTERCEPTIONS
12 Aaron Brady
11 - Andy Stauffer
9 - Kyle Wildasin
9 - Jason Zinn
9 - Paige Wingert
9 - Gerry Fuhrman

TEAM OFFENSE
POINTS SCORED
2006 - 441 pts.
1994 - 404 pts.
2000 - 403 pts.
1997 - 391 pts.
1993 - 379 pts.

TEAM OFFENSE

POINTS SCORED IN ONE GAME

69 pts. – Dallastown - 2006
68 pts. - New Oxford - 2004
68 pts. - Central York - 1993
62 pts. - Dover - 2000
62 pts. - Central York - 1994
62 pts. - Kennard Dale - 1985

TEAM OFFENSE
RUSHING YARDS GAINED
1997 - 3,091 yds.
2000 - 3,042 yds.
1991 - 3,029 yds.
1994 - 2,900 yds.
1992 - 2,896 yds.

TEAM OFFENSE
PASSING YARDS GAINED
2009 – 1,583 yds.
2014 – 1,489 yds.
2013 – 1,445 yds.
2006 - 1,276 yds.
1990 - 1,242 yds.

TEAM OFFENSE
TOTAL YARDS GAINED
2009 – 4,132 yds.
2006 - 4,071 yds.
1997 - 3,967 yds.
1991 - 3,967 yds.
1994 - 3,904 yds.

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON SCORING
156 pts. – Mike Felton – 2011
142 pts. – Tim Smith - 2006
132 pts. - Andrew Kern - 2000
126 pts. - Joe Myers - 1991
121 pts. - Drew Snyder - 2006

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER SCORING
302 pts. – Mike Felton
228 pts. - Drew Snyder
216 pts. - Allen Bittinger
213 pts. - Glenn Geiman
205 pts. - Doug Morela

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON TOUCHDOWNS
25 – Mike Felton – 2011
23 - Tim Smith - 2006
21 - Andrew Kern - 2000
21 - Joe Myers - 1991
18 - Allen Bittinger - 1999
18 - Mike Tracy - 1994
18 - Don Parr - 1960

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER TOUCHDOWNS
47 – Mike Felton
37 – Dillon Thomas
36 - Allen Bittinger
34 - Doug Morela
31 - Glenn Geiman

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON RUSHING
1,541 yds – Dillon Thomas - 2012
1,525 yds. - Joe Myers - 1991
1,458 yds. - Allen Bittinger - 1999
1,263 yds. - Mike Tracy – 1994
1,232 yds. – Dustin Permenter - 2004

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER RUSHING
3,084 yds- Dillon Thomas
2,871 yds. - Allen Bittinger
2,775 yds. - Dustin Permenter
2,351 yds. - Doug Morela
2,165 yds. - Glenn Geiman

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON PASSING
1,489 yds. – Brock Geiman - 2014
1,483 yds. – Ian Smith – 2009
1,289 yds- Tyler Sterner - 2013
1,259 yds. - J.C. Laughlin - 2006
1,188 yds. - Doug Seidenstricker – 1990

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER PASSING
2,894 yds. - Andy Adams
2,159 yds. - J.C. Laughlin
2,094 yds. - Aaron Brady
1,876 yds. - Doug Seidenstricker
1,714 yds. – Ian Smith

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON TOUCHDOWN PASSES
20 – J.C. Laughlin – 2006
16 – Ian Smith – 2009
15 – Tyler Sterner – 2013
14 – Brock Geiman - 2014
14 – David Sager - 2008
13 - Matt Schmidt – 2003

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER TOUCHDOWN PASSES
29 – J.C. Laughlin
24 - Andy Adams
24 – David Sager
21 - Aaron Brady
19 – Tyler Sterner

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON PASS RECEPTIONS
45 - Tim Rill - 1990
31 - Brian Bidelspach - 1980
30 - Jim Stetter - 1978
29 - Jason Zinn - 1995
29 - Tim Redding - 1996
29 - Scott Baublitz – 1979
28 – Noah Staub - 2014

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER PASS RECEPTIONS
70 - Tim Rill
69 – Mike Felton
66 - Corry Rutters
42 – Noah Staub
40 - Zach Krise

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON PASS RECEPTION YARDAGE
599 - Tim Rill – 1990
503 - Drew Snyder - 2006
487 – Drew Snyder – 2005
481 – Drew Hartlaub - 2014
480 - Jim Stetter - 1978


INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER PASS RECEPTION YARDAGE
1,156 – Mike Felton
992 - Tim Rill
990 – Drew Snyder
871 - Cory Rutters
683 – Noah Staub
651 - Bob Flemmens

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
10 - Drew Snyder - 2006
7 - Zach Krise - 2003
7 - Tim Rill – 1989
7 – Drew Sneeringer – 2008
6 – Mike Felton – 2011
6 – Mike Felton - 2009
6 - Tim Rill - 1990
6 - Phil Null - 1973

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE
CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
16 – Mike Felton
14 – Drew Snyder
13 - Tim Rill
11 – Drew Sneeringer
9 - Corry Rutters
9 – Noah Staub

SPECIAL TEAMS

PUNTING
SEASON AVERAGE PER PUNT
41.5 yds. – Mike Felton – 2011
40.2 yds. - Rod Gross – 1982
39.8 yds. – Drew Snyder – 2005
39.4 yds. – Mike Felton - 2010
39.0 yds. - Allen Zepp - 1977

PUNTING
CAREER AVERAGE PER PUNT
39.0 yds. - Allen Zepp
37.3 yds. - Mike Felton
37.3 yds. – Drew Snyder
37.2 yds. - Rod Gross
37.0 yds. - Jeremie Ecker


KICKING SEASON X-POINTS

44 - Ryan Wickline - 1994
38 - Josh Galemore – 1997
36 – Ian Smith – 2009
35 – Jake Tracy – 2011
34 – Drew Snyder – 2006
34 – Jamie Taylor - 2000
34 - Gene Gobrecht - 1982

KICKING

CAREER X-POINTS

105 - Ryan Wickline
81 - Drew Snyder
66 – Jake Tracey
56 - Gene Gobrecht
55 - Josh Galemore

KICKING

SEASON FIELD GOALS

8 - Drew Snyder - 2004
8 - Josh Galemore - 1996
7 - Drew Snyder - 2006
5 - Ryan Gallagher - 1998
5 - Gene Gobrecht - 1982
5 - Paul Novak - 1986

KICKING

CAREER FIELD GOALS

19 – Drew Snyder
10 - Ryan Wickline
9 - Josh Galemore
8 - Drew Snyder
7 - Gene Gobrecht
7 - Fred Shafer

KICKING

LONGEST FIELD GOALS

51 yds. - Drew Snyder - 2006
47 yds. – Drew Snyder - 2005
45 yds. - Dean Frock - 1977
43 yds. - Paul Novak - 1987
41 yds. - Gene Gobrecht - 1982
41 - yds. Zak Kruger - 2008

 


BEST TEAM RECORDS

2000 - 11-1 (10-0 Regular Season
1990 - 11-1 (11-0 Regular Season)
1995 - 10-1 (10-0 Regular Season)
1994 - 10-1 (10-0 Regular Season)
2006 - 12-2 (9-1 Regular Season)
2009 – 10-2 (9-1 Regular Season)
1982 - 9-1
1997 - 9-2
1993 - 9-2
1992 - 9-2

LONGEST WINNING STREAK

23 games Regular Season 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996
15 games - Regular Season 1989-1990
12 games - 1999-2000, 2006

CHAMPIONSHIP SEASONS

2011 - YAIAA Division I Champions/District III Quarterfinals
2009 – YAIAA Division I Co-Champions/Hanover City Cup/ District III Quarterfinals
2008 – Hanover City Cup
2006 – District III Runner-up/YAIAA Division I Champions/Hanover City Cup
2005 – Hanover City Cup
2004 - YAIAA Division I Champions/Hanover City Cup
2003 - Hanover City Cup
2000 - YAIAA Division I Champions/Hanover City Cup I, District III Runner-up
1999 - Hanover City Cup
1998 - Hanover City Cup
1997 - YAIAA Division I Champions/Hanover City Cup
1996 - YAIAA Division I Co-Champions
1995 - YAIAA Division I Champions/Hanover City Cup
1994 - YAIAA Division I Champions/Hanover City Cup
1993 - YAIAA Division I Co-Champions/Hanover City Cup
1992 - YAIAA Division I Tri-Champions/Hanover City Cup
1991 - Hanover City Cup
1990 - YCIAA Division I Champions/Hanover City Cup
1989 - YCIAA Division I Co-Champions/Hanover City Cup
1985 - YCIAA Division II Champions/Hanover City Cup
1984 – Hanover City Cup
1982 – YCIAA Division II Co-Champions/Hanover City Cup
1977 – YCIAA Division II Co-Champions

 





OVERALL RECORD: 1960-2013


Year = Record

1960 = 8-2-0
1961 = 7-3-0
1962 = 6-4-0
1963 = 4-6-0
1964 = 4-4-2
1965 = 5-5-0
1966 = 4-7-0
1967 = 2-8-0
1968 = 5-5-0
1969 = 5-5-0
1970 = 6-4-0
1971 = 5-5-0
1972 = 5-5-0
1973 = 4-6-0
1974 = 3-6-1
1975 = 2-8-0
1976 = 6-3-1
1977 = 6-3-1
1978 = 4-5-2
1979 = 4-7-0
1980 = 7-4-0
1981 = 8-2-0
1982 = 9-1-0
1983 = 5-5-0
1984 = 8-3-0
1985 = 10-1-0
1986 = 7-4-0
1987 = 6-5-0
1988 = 5-5-1
1989 = 9-2-0  (0-1 playoffs)
1990 = 11-0-0  (0-1 playoffs)
1991 = 8-3-0
1992 = 9-2-0
1993 = 9-2-0
1994 = 10-0-0  (0-1 playoffs)
1995 = 10-0-0  (0-1 playoffs)
1996 = 8-2-0
1997 = 9-1-0  (0-1 playoffs)
1998 = 4-7-0
1999 = 8-2-0
2000 = 10-0-0  (1-1 playoffs)
2001 = 7-3-0
2002 = 2-8-0
2003 = 8-2-0
2004 = 8-2-0 (0-1 playoffs)
2005 = 4-6-0
2006 = 9-1-0 (3-1 playoffs)
2007 = 3-7-0
2008 = 4-6-0
2009 = 9-1-0 (1-1 playoffs)
2010 = 4-6-0
2011 = 9-3-0 (1-1 playoffs)
2012 = 6-5-0 (0-1 playoffs)
2013 = 3-7-0
2014 = 5-5-0

Regular Season Total = 340-203-8

Playoffs = 6-11

Grand Total = 346-214-8


JUNIOR HIGH CHAMPIONSHIPS

2006 - YAIAA Division I Champions
2003 - YAIAA Division I Champions
1998 - YAIAA Division I Champions
1994 - YAIAA Division I Champions
1992 - YAIAA Division I Champions
1986 - YCIAA Division II Champions
1983 - YCIAA Division II Champions
1982 - YCIAA Division II Champions
1981 - YCIAA Division II Co-Champions
1980 - YCIAA Division II Champions