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1964 - 1965 Photo Gallery

Power 1965

Mile Run CHSAA Indoor City Championships at MSG FEB-12-1965

Walter Gore Mile Relay (leadoff) 1965 Indoor City Champs

Henry Albert Mile Relay (2nd leg) 1965 Indoor City Champs

Sophomore Rich Stewart at the start of the 1965 Indoor Sectional Championship 880y run. Rich finished 2nd to Stepinac's Dan O'Donnell who won in 1:57.7 Source: 1965 Stepinac yearbook

Indoor Sectional Championships Summary

1965-02-13 City Champs Daily_News_Sat D

John Gardellis, CHSAA NY Sectional High Jump co-champion, competes at the City Championship meet on Feb-12-1965.

1964-12 Purple and Gold XC Composite2

American University Invitational May 8, 1965 Washington, DC Joe Quigley (Xaverian) 1st in 4:16.9, Kevin O'Brien (Power) 2nd in 4:17.0. At the time the two fastest miles in CHSAA history. Greg Ryan (4:18.2) & Marty Liquori (4:19.0) of Essex Catholic finishing in 3rd and 4th. Xavarian was coached by Tony Perrone who would go on to have tremendous success at Archbishop Molloy and earn a place in the CHSAA Hall of Fame.

1965 Hayes Yearbook Issac Nevrla

CHSAA co-record holders in the 60y High Hurdles, Power Memorial's Warren Isaac (center) and Martin Nevrla (right)

1965 One Mile Relay at Penn

School Record in 4x440 set at 1965 Penn Relays

Power Memorial Sweeps Nov-01-1964 NY Times

1964-12 Kevin OBrien Senior on Parade

Purple & Gold December 1964

Ivan Quervalu's 1965 Varsity Track Letter

1964-12 Sports Round Up

Sports Round-Up Purple & Gold December 1964

1964 CHSAA Freshman Cross Country Champions Back row: Joe Barbary, Gordon Jackson, Roger Callahan, Richard O’Brien, Br. Watkins Front row: Chancy Marsh, Joacquin Gonzalez, & Desmond O’Hanlon. They would become the CHSAA Sophomore Cross Country City Champions in 1965. Three members, Gordon Jackson, Chancy Marsh & Rich O'Brien were also CHSAA Varsity Cross Country Champions in 1965, 1966 & 1967. In doing so, they won every city cross country championship they were in four years in a row.

Purple & Gold Winter 1965

Purple & Gold Fall 1964

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