|Jordan, Dave "Bunny"|
* Extracted from Fairport’s Hourglass Yearbooks, unless noted otherwise.
For the first time in many years the Red and Blue jerseys of Fairport High School emerged on top of the league scramble for supremacy. The season of 1938-39 provided just as much rivalry and as many thrills as the triumphant gridiron days. The season had hardly opened before the pulse beat of every fan speeded up at the rhythmic tap-tap-tap of a dribble across the court.
After a few spectacular games, Fairport began to win the notice of Rochester papers. Out-of-town fans as well as local fans began to follow the trail of the outstanding team. Week after week, Fairport brought home victories, both hard-earned ones and easy ones. Disaster struck but once during the season when Fairport bowed to Brockport, 21-25. Previously Brockport had stooped to Fairport 28-18, in a thrilling game at Brockport. A record-breaking crowd attended the game which was one of the most contested games of the
Throughout the season the Red and Blue showed brilliance and good team work, the result of the excellent coaching of Joseph Cummings. Because of their fine record, the Fairport five entered the sectionals where they met their Waterloo at the hands of Newark, 45-29.
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