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St. Thomas High School Baseball Players, May 1952

St. Thomas High School Baseball Players, May 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1952
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CAN CLINCH SECOND PLACE IN CATHOLIC LEAGUE: This St. Thomas baseball foursome and their mates can clinch undisputed second place in the Catholic League of Southern Michigan by defeating Battle Creek St. Philip's on the latter's diamond next week. Day of the game has not been set. From left to right are Ray Carpenter, Bill Milone (who has hurled two no-hitters in league play this season), John Shultis, and John Day.

St. Thomas High School Baseball Team, May 1953

St. Thomas High School Baseball Team, May 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 29, 1953
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WIN SCHOOL'S FIRST DIAMOND TITLE: This St. Thomas baseball team was assured of at least a share of the Catholic League baseball championship before tomorrow afternoon's season-ending twin bill with Lansing St. Mary's at West Park. If the local Irish can beat St. Mary's in the first game, which goes into the loop standings, they'll take the crown all alone. If they lose they'll share their school's first diamond title with the Lansing Blues who were upset, 6-3, by tail-end Jackson St. Mary's Thursday. Front row, left to right: Manager Sam Tramontin, Ken Scodeller, John Cook, Bill Milone, Mike Moynihan, Bob Tice, Ron Mercier, Dennis Fitzgerald, Ray Carpenter, and Larry Dunn. Back row, left to right: Coach Leo Wagner, Lyle Antieau, Mike Brown, Bill Anderson, Jim Conlin, Bill Tice, Dick Parker, John Shultis, and Assistant Coach Joe Rodriguez.

Local Irish Win Catholic League Title

Local Irish Win Catholic League Title image
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St. Thomas High School Baseball vs. Wayne St. Mary's, April 1965

St. Thomas High School Baseball vs. Wayne St. Mary's, April 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 23, 1965
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Denny Dyer of St. Thomas slides - but not in time - in yesterday's home opener at Northside Park. Dyer was tagged out by Wayne St. Mary catcher Pat Jenner while still three feet from the plate. Jenner was the big man at the plate for St. Mary, with a bases-loaded homer in the fourth inning. St. Mary won, 14-3.