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Thanks to all of you that contribute
David Shanks has been forwarding exciting & memorable
information to me & I have really enjoyed reading it all. Thanks for the
hard work & efforts ... Keep up the good nostalgic work!
- Mike Schouest 4/30/03
Jesuit alumnus class of 1947. What a great idea. I thoroughly
enjoyed this website. It was sent to me by Numa Marquette. I plan to send it to
many of my Jesuit classmates. I will forward some stories from "All the
Tricks in 46"
- Bob Gallinghouse Jesuit '47 5/26/03
Pretty cool website! Especially, the all-time scores.
- Gerald Hebert Gerald Hebert 8/5/03
I am a proud graduate of Holy Cross Class of 1964. The football
season of '63 was the last year the Tigers won State Championship. It was GREAT
beating the Blue Jays twice that year. Thanks to the good people who are working
on this website.
- optimer j. Holy Cross '64 8/14/03
Look forward to you posting the teams of the 60's. I'm a
graduate of Holy Cross class of 64.
- Mike Marquez Holy Cross '64 8/16/03
Holy Cross class of 1978.
Thank you for a great website. I do not think anyone should discount the
value of traditions. Letís hope this great one continues!
- Larry Landry HC '78
The most important part of the game that Mr. Wicker did not
talk about was the 4th quarter drive by Holy Cross down to (I believe) the
Jays 2 yard line with 1st and goal. The Tigers tried 4 running plays and from
where I was sitting it looked like they scored on 3 of them. Even Hap Glaudi
(a Jesuit alum) was on channel 4 sports on TV that night and replayed those 4
downs and showed Holy Cross scoring. Hap even said something like "looked
to me like the Tigers scored at least twice. Oh well, the officials didn't
call it that way so the Jays win". Thanks for letting me vent after all
- Donald Haws, Holy Cross Tiger, 1963
am fortunate enough to be part of the HC/Jesuit tradition. My senior year,
1984, we upset an undefeated Jesuit team. Those are wonderful memories and I
call on them often. Last night was another great game in this greatest of high
school rivalries. These are two classy and exceptional schools. In my opinion,
there's nothing more American than watching Holy Cross and Jesuit fight it out
in Tad Gormley Stadium. God Bless both these wonderful institutions and many
thanks for creating this terrific website.
Brian Bossetta, Holy Cross Tiger, 1985
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