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Image of 2013.001.009 - Program

2013.001.009 - Program

This program is from the 21st Annual District Basketball Tournament on February 27, 28, March 1, 2. It was held in Bellingham, WA. Teams taking part were Everett, Edmonds, Lynden, Mt. Vernon Union, Mt. Baker Union, Anacortes, Marysville, and Ferndale or Bellingham (results not known at time of publication). The publication includes advertisements and a page for each team which includes a photo, names, and season record.

Image of 2013.001.010 - Program

2013.001.010 - Program

This progam is from the 22nd Annual State Basketball Tournament on March 13-16, 1946. It was held at the University of Washington Pavilion in Seattle, WA. The program includes a list of the teams and their players, various records from previous tournaments, and a center section for keeping track of the final scores and placements. Anacortes beat Mt. Si and Longview before losing to Bremerton; they beat Puyallup on the final day and placed third in the tournament. The results of each game have been neatly penned into this center section.

Image of 2013.001.011 - Program

2013.001.011 - Program

This progam is from the 23nd Annual State Basketball Tournament on March 12-15, 1946. It was held at the University of Washington Pavilion in Seattle, WA. The program includes a list of the teams and their players, various records from previous tournaments, and a center section for keeping track of the final scores and placements. Anacortes beat Lewis and Clark, lost to South Kitsap, beat Olympia, and beat Roosevelt to place seventh in the tournament. The results of each game have been neatly penned into this center section.

Image of 2013.001.012 - Program

2013.001.012 - Program

This program is from the 20th Annual District Basketball Tournament on March 8-11, 1944. It was held in Everett, WA. Teams taking part were Everett, Nooksack Valley, Sedro-Woolley, Arlington, Snohomish, Mt. Baker , Anacortes, and Bellingham. The publication includes advertisements and a page for each team which includes a photo, names, and season record. The center fold includes a schedule of games with the results carefully recorded in ink. Anacortes beat Mt. Baker, lost to Bellingham, and beat Snohomish and Mt. Baker to take third place in the district tournament.

Image of 2013.001.013 - Program

2013.001.013 - Program

This program is from the 23rd Annual District Basketball Tournament on February 24-March 1, 1947. It was held in Everett, WA. Teams taking part were Everett, Marysville, Lynden, Snohomish, Mt. Baker , Anacortes, Seattle Prep, and either Bellingham or Blaine. The publication includes advertisements and a page for each team which includes a photo, names, and season record. The center fold includes a schedule of games with the results carefully recorded in ink. Anacortes beat Marysville, Lynden, and Mt. Baker to place first in the district tournament.

Image of 2014.011.064 - Newspaper

2014.011.064 - Newspaper

The February 13, 1946, SEA HAWK NEWS by Anacortes High School students included news of Hi-Y being biggest donor to March of Dimes in the Anacortes Schools, Duane Berentson (including photo) leading in total scoring in basketball, honor roll, and committees for the Senior Mixer.

Image of 2015.008 - Calendar

2015.008 - Calendar

2015 Calendar from Washington Federal (bank). There is a branch in Anacortes located at 1017 Commercial Avenue as of February 19, 2015. The month of March has photograph #2008.043.009/2003.106.009 from our collection--"The Anacortes High School basketball team of 1912 sports a variety of shorts, "tam" tank tops and socks while they pose with their "CHAMPS" basketball in front of the school."

Image of 2015.034 - Schedule

2015.034 - Schedule

1948-1949 Basketball Schedule for Northwest District High Schools, Presented by Skagit Maid Ice Cream (NOTE: painted sing found on side of building at 2308 Commercial for Skagit Maid Ice Cream uncovered in 2015). Inside of schedule is homegames for Anacortes, Burlington, Mt. Vernon, Sedro Woolley, Arlington, Marysville, Edmonds, and Snohomish during the months of December 17,1948 through February 22, 1949.

Image of 2015.053.002 - Program

2015.053.002 - Program

This program is from the 22nd Annual State Basketball Tournament on March 13-16, 1946. It was held at the University of Washington Pavilion in Seattle, WA. The program includes a list of the teams and their players, various records from previous tournaments, and a center section for keeping track of the final scores and placements. Anacortes beat Mt. Si and Longview before losing to Bremerton; they beat Puyallup on the final day and placed third in the tournament. The results of each game have been neatly penciled into this center section. Duane Berentson was named to the All-State second team.

Image of 2015.053.001 - Program

2015.053.001 - Program

This program is from the 16th Annual Northwest District Basketball Tournament on February 28-March 2, 1940. It was held in Snohomish, WA. The program includes a list of the teams and their players, various records from previous tournaments, and a center section for keeping track of the final scores and placements. Anacortes lost two games against Bellingham and Snohomish and did not place.

Image of 2012.116.003 - Report

2012.116.003 - Report

March 16, 1945, Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper Sports section "M". page 11: "State Prep Hoop Finals Tonight"... " the smifinals [sic] were on late last night, the winners, of course, playing in tonight's finals and the losers tangling for thhird and sixth place. In the semifinals, anacortes played Bremerton and Seattle's Roosevelt met Puyallup..." "(From Yesterday's Late Editions) ... Anacortes 43, Longview 39...."

Image of 2015.109.001-.012 - Release, News

2015.109.001-.012 - Release, News

3-hole paper folders containing AA and AAA Washington State high school basketball tournament statistics. Statistics were assembled for press purposes and folders have "Wally Funk" [sic] noted on them. Wallie Funk donated them to the Anacortes High School Athletic Department, which eventually donated them to the Anacortes Museum. .001 1970 AAA .002 1973 AA .003 1973 AAA .004 1974 AA .005.1974 AAA .006 1975 AAA .007 1975 AA .008 1975 AAA .009 1981 AA .010 1981 AAA .011 1982 AA .012 1982 AAA

Image of 2017.029.007 - Newspaper

2017.029.007 - Newspaper

The SKAGIT ARGUS published a supplement in 1984 titled, "1906-1984 Anacortes Seahawks Basketball." Featured are the winning teams of 1928 ("Pop" Keeney), 1947 ("Boots" Wooten), 1957 (Bill Taylor), and 1984 (Chris Borgen).

Image of 1996.010.001.001-.002 - Uniform

1996.010.001.001-.002 - Uniform

Basketball Uniform- Anacortes High School girls team, size 18; .001 -- Jersey donated to Soroptomist Club then in turn to the Museum. White 100% nylon, sleeveless shirt with blue/white/gray knit banding on arm hole and "V" neck. Across the front chest in an arch is : SEAHAWKS. Under the seahawk (which is the mascot of AHS) is the number "52". The same number can be read on the back of the jersey. .002 -- White 100% nylon basketball shorts. Short legs with the same blue/white/gray knit banding along the lower edge of each leg. Front left hip is the logo of the maker, Russell Athletics. Tag inside reads: "Russell Athletic Misses 18, Made in U.S.A., for card and content

Image of 2012.015.001-.003 - Pencil

2012.015.001-.003 - Pencil

three AHS (Anacortes High School) Sea Hawks wooden writing pencils with the sports schedule printed on them. .001) 1944 - Football .002) 1948-1949 - Basketball .003) 1958-1959 - Football

Image of 2002.100.004 - Basket ball player portrait

2002.100.004 - Basket ball player portrait

Grown boy in a basketball uniform with an "A" on his shirt. Back is stamped "Anacortes Studio 714 Commercial St. Portrait & Kodak Finishing" c.1927

Image of D.III.045.A,B - Girls Basketball

D.III.045.A,B - Girls Basketball

This 1902 7th grade girls basketball team was coached by Cora Rowland, pictured in the back row, third from left. The girls in front hold a ball labeled "GAA" (Girls Athletic Association). The implementation of such a team was a difficult proposition in the early 1900s as athletics for girls was considered "unladylike," a sentiment born out by the girls' uniforms of bloomers with ribbons around the neck. Cora Rowland married Douglass Allmond, then the former owner of the ANACORTES AMERICAN, in 1906. Prior to coming to Anacortes, she and her family lived in the pioneer town of Lewisville, a settlement north of Battle Ground, WA, that no longer exists. See WF 0081 for a picture of their farm t

Image of 2006.085.010 - 2006.085.010

2006.085.010 - 2006.085.010

SEAHAWK Basketball squad. Includes eight players in shorts and T-shirts, and two coaches. This photo is similar to print 2005.085.008 and .009 in which the players are dressed in long uniform pants and shirts. The difference is their expressions and they appear to be older in this photo.

Image of WF 3108 - 1942 Jerry Jerkovich

WF 3108 - 1942 Jerry Jerkovich

Jerry Jerkovich was an Anacortes High School (AHS) basketball player on the 1942 team. As a senior forward "Jerry was valuable as a follow-in man and defensive player" ( p. 40, 1942 RHODODENDRON)

Image of WF 3030 - 1945 Robert Brodie, Duane Berentson, Louis Grinnell

WF 3030 - 1945 Robert Brodie, Duane Berentson, Louis Grinnell

Picture of Robert Brodie, Duane Berentson, and Louis Grinnell in basketball poses. Members of Anacortes High School (AHS) 1945 basketball team. Team won Skagit County championship.