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Colonials Win District Title in Football
Top of PageFrom the 1963 edition of the Omnibus, the Colonial Heights High School yearbook.

Colonials Win District Title in Football

A golden memory in Colonial Heights High School athletic history

The following information and photographs appeared in the 1963 edition of the Omnibus, the Colonial Heights High School yearbook.

Colonials Win District Title

The Colonials captured their second straight District Championship by defeating Patrick Henry 30-0. The Colonial Height's defensive team consisting of ends, Wall and Fleshood, tackles, Birdsong and Cawthorne, guards, McGee and Puckett, linebackers, Williams and Davis, backs, Ward, Martin, Starnes and Underhill, did another fine job and held the opposition scoreless, thus allowing only 5 touchdowns this year.

The scoring was led by Chuck Wall, who scored twice on passes.


Mud, Mud, More Mud - End, James McGee - Another Lexington and Concord

District Champions 1962



FIRST ROW: Eddie Cogle, Ray House, Ricky Ward, Ronnie Puckett, Billy Cawthorn, Allen Birdsong, Chuck Wall, Warren Underhill. SECOND ROW: Mike Tardy, J. D. McCoy, Ronnie Starnes, James McGee, Bob Covington, H. M. Davis, Bill Fleshood, Danny Whitfield. THIRD ROW: Daryl Andrews, Philip Harrison, Bobby Harrison, Bobby Williams, Skipper Spain, Bobby Jones, Dickie Martin, James Costello. FOURTH ROW: Buddy Edwards, Rex Brugh, Bobby Emory, Vincent Forresta, Butch Kitchen, Raymond Payne, Jim Lewis, Bobby Holderfield. FIFTH ROW: Manager-Eddie Cogle, Jimmy Willingham, Darrel Kemp, Mike Butler, Coaches-Ted Linkous, Bobby Ross, Russ Moon.



COACHES
Backfield, Bobby Ross | Line, Russ Moon | Head Coach, Ted Linkous



CAPTAIN
Bill Cawthorn

All District


Ronnie Starnes Warren Underhill Chuck Wall Ronnie Puckett Allan Birdsong
Halfback Quarterback End Center Tackle

All State


Chuck Wall Ronnie Starnes Ronnie Puckett
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