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                                                                      FAIRPORT HERALD-MJuf.. F | r p o r t , N.Y., October 31, 19



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      P A Y D I R T . P a c k e r D o u g Difusco <iarrie8 o n e o v e r for Tt> a s
P a c k e r C Team 1 b e a t L i v o n i a 2 4 - 8 . \                         \ .
                      !| j |                           —Photo by Mike C o w d e r y
    All three packer teams met Sunday in playoff games to
determine th|irj position in the Wince Lombardi Youth
Football league.j               V
    The Packed C team met Livjorcja at Minerva Deland J n
  High School and| beat Livonia 24-                                           '
                                                did a fine defensive job for the
 '8. J h e Packer 9-10 jrear olds were
  lead in the T D department by                 I'ackers. Johnl Kantian was unable
  Kevin O'Heaney. Tom Allen. Brad               t) play Sunday becau.se of a hand
  EckJyr.'Dave DiFuscb intercepted a            injury.                       j
  pas* and ran $0 yds.for aTD.Mike                      (Political Advertisement)
  Murnin did a fine job on the
   ground gaining nH yds. A strong
   Packer defensive held Livonia
   scoreless until t&e last four
   minutes of thegame;. Strong defen-
   sive playing by UanHifffend. Joey
   Perrotta. Bruce jClark. Greg
                                                                                                      County Legislator
   Corsica. Chris Budyrvis typifies
    the kind of play t h a t has wen only
    14 'points scored against the
   defense all season.,
       The Packer B team met the West-
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    side Saints at Genesee Valley Park
    in a 1 game which jwtos scoreless
    until 1 the third quarter, the Suints
    wyorfing WK The Packer B teurri
     h0 jf^l-1 record ["Sunday's game                                                                                                 TAKE k LOOK AT TJHE RECORD
     btj-ng their first loss of the season.
 . • It^i/as strong defensive playing by; by                                                                                          YOUR COUNTY LEGISLATOR SINCE                     mo
,. bi'-n'teams which Saw most of the   fthe
     g^jne being PJay**1 at midfield.
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     T>£ .Packer "tt" team completed
                                                                                                                                      100%attendance at all legislative sessionsj. A full-!
     their season taking second place in                                                                                              time representative

   J      ir division,
          or the Packer "A"'team the Pal
          : Raiders proved to be too much
      fbt^them in the second half as Pal
      Mac won 14-24. The Packers were
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                                                                                                                                      Representatitive of the County Legislature on the
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      leading at half time by a score of                                                                                              Service Association.                      ' '
      14-$. the Packers w»|re unable to
      scare again. DuaneiHein and Mark                                                                                                Chairman of the Social Services; stresses the
                                                                                                                                      importance of holding down socialI serviced and
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      Crane did an outstanding job on                                                                                                                            -      •     t i n
      the ground carrying tjie ball. Mark
      Gaiunke. Pad! Reagan. Mark                                                                                                      welfare costsi
      Moulton and Jim1 Grzymkowski
                     :                                                                                                                 Past Chairman, 10 years, Perinton R<;crBation»
                         h                                                                                                             Commission. Remember how he fought for'your
                                                                                                                                       children's programs |in the Recreation; and{ Parl|
   Nationwide Wins                                                                                                                     Program that town residents now enjoy.
   Football Title                                                                                                                                                   1
                                                                                                                                       Ad Chairman of the Social Services Commiti.ee:
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       Nationwide Tool|& Die trounced
   the.Green l a n t e r n CIS - 0 to win the                                                                                                                   i                         j ;   [.
   Perinton Recreation Men's Flag                                                                                                           Muench reduced your county taxes for . 2 ,
   Football League' tideJThe win over
   "Tjhe Lamp"j was' the second                                                                                                             consecutive yearjs oy his prudent money
   straight shutout for the Nation-                                                                                                         management programs and his support <lf the
   wide team. The offense has scored                                                                                                        County       Managers         busineqs-llike.
    Mi touchdowns wriile the defense
    allowed only a total of it touch-                                                                                                       administration.
    downs. Bill Kreger led the charge                                                                                                       Muench fought 'for] better county rjmdja in
    by c a c h i n g touchdown passes of
    71 anB 52 yards frprh quarterback                                                                                                       Perinton. The resurfacing of Turk Hill !-toad,
    Mike Driscoll. Jim Cirri to ran for                                                                                                     Lincoln Road and an appropriation in ;he 1974
    an 85 yard touchdown while Mike                                                                                                         capital road prograni to renovate Ayrailt Road
    Driscoll ran dne in> for a 21 yard                                                                                                                                                    ;
    touchdown. Efkk' Rogers led the                                                                                                         are evidence of his efforts
    defense with a big'pass intercep-                                                                                                                           i   t
     tion which was turned into a 53
     yard touchdown, i >
                                                                                                                                           Muench supported [the development cf the]
                                                                                                                                           County Legislatures new plan that wil end]      1
       The second place Red Dragons                                                                                                        landfills and begin;a total resource recti•very
     stooped Punts 14 • 0. Brian Fitz
     pafirick led the winner with two                                                                                                      program . . . a firjst in the nation.           ,
     touchdowns. Fitzpatrick scored on                                                                                                 His seniority in the legislature will insure l-hat he
     a 2 yard; and a 75 yard touchdown
     yard run.                                                                                                                         should       c o n t i n u e | in  a position      ojf
                                                                                                                                       responsibility ...where he can continu his efforts to
     PINAL LEAGUE'STANDINGS
                                                                                                                                       reduce your County Tax.

     Nationwide Too
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     ttad Dragons
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                               —                                                                                                                                Ronald F. Masucci, Crjairnan
     ' a S o a e vaOreenrLantern and the
     p ^ H o o a e ^ Punts.


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