|O'Dell, C. "Bud"|
* Extracted from Fairport’s Hourglass Yearbooks, unless noted otherwise.
The fortunes of the court warriors of Fairport underwent a turn for the better during the ’44-’45 season.
Under the tutelage of Coach Brennan, the boys developed into a smooth-functioning team, chalking up 4 wins and 8 losses in the county league.
The offensive strength of the Red and Blue cagers was realized in Neil Seaman and Tom Brothers. Tommy in one game topped the 20 point mark, scoring 22 points and nearing a county record. He was named to the All-County second team. Neil often topped 10 points per game and gave ample aid to Brothers. Captain Phil Hammond was a tower of strength under the boards and seldom missed a rebound. The rest of the team gave loyal support. The season ended with Fairport holding an 8-9 won-lost record.
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