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Season Records: 1928-2008

Posted by Atif Lodhi on Jan 09 2008 at 04:00PM PST
Year W L T Coach 1928 6 2 1 Bob Maniere 1929 6 0 3 Maniere*+ 1930 6 1 1 Maniere 1931 8 0 0 Maniere*+ 1932 4 2 1 Maniere 1933 3 1 0 Maniere 1934 5 2 0 Maniere* 1935 0 4 4 Ray Navin 1936 4 2 1 Navin 1937 4 2 1 Navin 1938 4 1 1 Rocky Parsaca 1939 4 2 0 Parsaca 1940 6 1 0 Parsaca 1941 3 3 1 Alex Chesney 1942 2 3 1 Robert Keane 1943 4 2 0 Stan Heremski 1944 6 1 1 Walter O'Brien*$ 1945 6 1 0 Ed White*$ 1946 4 3 0 Tom Bonino 1947 5 2 0 Bonino*$ 1948 6 2 0 Bonino*$ 1949 4 3 0 Bonino 1950 5 2 0 Bonino 1951 5 3 0 Bonino*$ 1952 5 1 1 Bonino 1953 6 1 0 Bonino 1954 6 1 0 Bonino 1955 5 1 0 Bonino# 1956 8 1 0 Bonino#! 1957 3 3 0 Bonino 1958 1 4 1 Bonino 1959 6 1 0 Bonino# 1960 4 2 1 Bonino 1961 4 2 1 Bonino 1962 2 5 0 Bonino 1963 4 3 0 Tom Tramski 1964 5 2 0 Tramski 1965 1 6 0 Tramski 1966 1 6 0 Paul Mandziara 1967 0 7 0 Mandziara 1968 0 7 0 Mandziara 1969 3 3 2 Al Baumgart 1970 3 4 1 Baumgart 1971 2 6 0 Baumgart 1972 3 5 0 Baumgart 1973 6 2 0 Baumgart 1974 5 4 0 John Moronto 1975 5 4 0 Moronto 1976 4 5 0 Moronto 1977 4 5 0 Moronto 1978 2 7 0 Moronto 1979 7 2 0 Moronto^$ 1980 8 1 0 Moronto^$ 1981 6 3 0 Moronto 1982 7 2 0 Moronto& 1983 8 1 0 Moronto& 1984 8 1 0 Moronto#$ 1985 8 1 0 Ray Barr#& 1986 7 2 0 Barr# 1987 5 4 0 Barr 1988 5 4 0 Barr 1989 5 4 0 Ross MacDonald 1990 4 5 0 MacDonald 1991 7 2 0 MacDonald 1992 6 3 0 MacDonald 1993 7 2 0 MacDonald& 1994 9 2 0 MacDonald#$@ 1995 5 4 0 MacDonald 1996 6 3 0 MacDonald 1997 4 5 0 MacDonald 1998 5 4 0 MacDonald 1999 5 5 0 MacDonald@ 2000 3 6 0 Tim Brandon 2001 2 7 0 Brandon 2002 8 4 0 Paul Verska@% 2003 6 5 0 Verska@ 2004 4 5 0 Verska 2005 4 5 0 Verska 2006 11 3 0 Verska$&@%`" 2007 6 4 0 Verska&@ 2008 13 1 0 Verska!#&@%`" Overall Record from 1928-present: 396-243-23 (.616) Note: The 1940 De La Salle football, along with the 1940 Catholic Central football team, did not participate in Catholic League play for football because the two teams were the only two Class A teams in the Catholic League, so both teams played an independent schedule, with the winner of the Catholic Central/De La Salle game playing the winner of the First Division to see who would win the Catholic League. Catholic Central beat De La Salle in 1940 18-0, but lost in the Catholic League championship game to Detroit St. Theresa of Avila 19-13. In 1941, De La Salle was allowed to re-join the Catholic League in football, while Catholic Central remained an independent until 1959. +-Southeastern Michigan CHSL Champions *-Eastside Division Champions !-Catholic League Champions ^-Double-A Division Champions #-Central Division Champions $-Catholic League Finalists &-Prep Bowl Appearence @-Playoff Qualifier %-District Champions `-Regional Champions "-State Finalist Note: From Tim Sheridan, class of 1969: "In 1965, on October 15, De La Salle lost to Osborn 15-6 @ DLS. They both had open dates. De La Salle had one because Austin was not allowed to play that season. De La Salle was 0-7 in games played that year. I don't think any of the other CHSL teams counted a forfeit win over Austin." Editor's Note: The 1966 yearbook counted the game against Austin in 1965 as a win, so it will be counted as a 2-0 win for DLS. Breakdown by Decade: 1920s: 12-2-4 (.778) 1930s: 38-15-9 (.685) 1940s: 50-23-3 (.678) 1950s: 50-18-2 (.729) 1960s: 24-43-4 (.366) 1970s: 41-44-1 (.483) 1980s: 67-23 (.744) 1990s: 58-35 (.624) 2000s: 57-40 (.588) Coaching Records Bob Maniere: 38-8-6 (.788) Ray Navin: 8-8-6 (.500) Rocky Parsaca: 14-4-1 (.763) Alex Chesney: 3-3-1 (.500) Robert Keane: 2-3-1 (.417) Stanley Heremski: 4-2-0 (.667) Walter O'Brien: 6-1-1 (.813) Ed White: 6-1-0 (.857) Tom Bonino: 79-37-4 (.675) Tom Tramski: 10-11-0(.476) Paul Mandziara: 1-20-0 (.048) Al Baumgart: 17-20-3 (.463) John Maronto: 64-35-0 (.646) Ray Barr: 25-11-0 (.694) Ross MacDonald: 63-39-0 (.618) Tim Brandon: 5-13-0 (.278) Paul Verska: 52-27-0 (.658)

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