13th
Annual
Schenectady City School District
Athletic Hall of Fame
& Reunion Dinner


 

Ray Trail

Warren Crow

Undefeated Teams

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Fiftieth Anniversary of Undefeated SCSD Teams

1959-60 Linton HS Boys’ Basketball Team

  • Linton finished the season with a 16-0 record.
     

  • The head coach was SCSD Athletic Hall of Famer, Walt Przybylo.
     

  • The team won the Class “A” League championship.
     

  • Linton played and defeated Diocesan League champion, Catholic Central, in the post season, rather than participate in the Sectionals.  It was called “The Dream Game.”
     

  • Linton finished the season on a thirty-one game winning streak, dating back to the 1959-60 season.
     

  • This team is regarded by many as one of the greatest basketball teams in Section II history.
     

  • Linton was led by first team Parade All American, Barry Kramer, who averaged approximately thirty points per game.
     

  • Kramer went on to play college basketball at NYU, where he was a first team Associated Press All American in 1963.
     

  • Kramer was a first round NBA draft selection in 1964 (by the Warriors).
     

  • Kramer also played professional basketball with the Knicks and Nets.
     

  • Other starters with Kramer were, Jim Seaman, Bob Murray, Mike Sahr and Jack Washington (all were seniors except for Washington).
     

  • Seaman and Murray went on to play at Syracuse University and Mike Sahr later played at Union.
     

  • Washington was selected by the Dell Magazine Yearbook as the top basketball prospect in New York State (outside NYC) the following year.

 Team Members:

            Dick Clemente                                      Mike Ottati

            Bob Elwell                                            Jim Seaman

            Marshall Family                                    Ed Rollins

            Karl Heiner                                          Mike Sahr

            Barry Kramer                                       Dave Torre

            Bob Murray                                         Jack Washington

                              Head Coach:  Walt Przybylo

                              JV / Assistant Coach:  Bill Rapavy

 

 

1960 Linton HS Golf Team

  • Linton finished with an 11-0 record.
     

  • The team was coached by Walt Przybylo.
     

  • Linton ran its unbeaten streak to thirty-five matches (over three years).
     

  • Linton, led by medalist Jim Reid, won the Sectionals by one stroke over Niskayuna.
     

  • This Sectional title was the seventh in eleven years for Nott Terrace / Linton.
     

  • The team went on to the Intersectionals where it defeated Union-Endicott by one stroke to win the New York State championship.
     

  • SCSD Athletic Hall of Famer, Pete Famiano, was a member of the team.
     

  • Famiano became a golf pro and was inducted into the New Jersey PGA Hall of Fame.

 Team Members:

            Al Bilgore                                             Jim Reid

            Donald Dwore                                      Mike Sahr

            Peter Famiano                                      Thomas Schmidt

            Jack Gold   

                             Head Coach:  Walt Przybylo

                             Assistant Coach:  Bill Rapavy

 

1960 Mont Pleasant HS Baseball

  • Mont Pleasant won the Class “A” League title with an 8-0 record.  The team was also undefeated vs. non-league competition.
     

  • The head coach was Tony Parisi, who is a member of the SCSD Athletic Hall of Fame.
     

  • This was the first undefeated baseball team in Mont Pleasant history.
     

  • Joe DeCarlo led the team in hitting.
     

  • SCSD Athletic Hall of Famer, Joe Loudis, was the team‘s leadoff hitter.
     

  • The pitching staff was led by junior Ed Barnowski, who went on to pitch at Syracuse University and in the Baltimore Orioles organization.
     

  • Barnowski led all minor leagues in strikeouts in 1964 (322 strikeouts in 222 innings).
     

  • Barnowski pitched in six games with the Baltimore Orioles in 1965 and 1966 (2.45 ERA). 

 Team Members:

            Paul Angerami                                      Larry Locci

            Bill Banach                                           Joe Loudis

            Ed Barnowski                                       Dick Odorizzi

            Mike Braun                                          Mike Riggi

            Gerald Carnivale                                   Al Steele

            Joe DeCarlo                                         Bob Tucceri

            Cy Kolod                                             Don Wade

            John Kwak

                                Head Coach:  Tony Parisi

                                Assistant Coach:  Dick Grinnell 

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