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Newell-Fay Chapel

8171 Cazenovia Rd
Manlius, NY 13104
(315) 682-5300
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Ormie King: Remembering the Miracle Maroons 10 years later - Auburn Citizen

Monday, July 25, 2016

Auburn went on a scoring binge and scored 27 points to beat Henninger by one point. That had to be the greatest comeback in Auburn High’s history. They then proceeded to beat Fayetteville-Manlius and then Rome Free Academy to capture the sectional title and move on to the state tournament. Next they beat Union-Endicott before topping Marshall High in the state semifinals. They then faced the prior year’s defending state champions, Monroe-Woodbury, who had a 12-0 record for that season. The Maroons would have to face them with 7,600 screaming Auburn fans in attendance at the Carrier Dome, including me and my wife. It was a sensational game and somehow Auburn won that game by the narrowest 1 point victory. The noise from that moment was a great tribute to the young Auburn Maroons. About their return home, their coach Dave Moskov said, “There was a huge procession of police and fire engines. All the way, people through town came running out of restaurants, stores and homes to cheer the kids on.”When we got home, I sat and the thought came to me about how much it meant to our 1954-1955 teams when the Rotary Club purchased jackets for us for two years in a row when we were undefeated with 26 wins and 2 ties; one tie was against Elmira and Ernie Davis. Knowing how much we cared for those jackets and how much they meant to us, and they also gave us gold footballs, I wrote a piece in my column and said I would be glad to donate the first $100 toward those jackets for the kids, if other readers cared to contribute. Within the next three weeks, the following folks contributed to the fund and we had o...

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Ormie King: Remembering the Miracle Maroons 10 years later - Auburn Citizen

Monday, July 25, 2016

Auburn went on a scoring binge and scored 27 points to beat Henninger by one point. That had to be the greatest comeback in Auburn High’s history. They then proceeded to beat Fayetteville-Manlius and then Rome Free Academy to capture the sectional title and move on to the state tournament. Next they beat Union-Endicott before topping Marshall High in the state semifinals. They then faced the prior year’s defending state champions, Monroe-Woodbury, who had a 12-0 record for that season. The Maroons would have to face them with 7,600 screaming Auburn fans in attendance at the Carrier Dome, including me and my wife. It was a sensational game and somehow Auburn won that game by the narrowest 1 point victory. The noise from that moment was a great tribute to the young Auburn Maroons. About their return home, their coach Dave Moskov said, “There was a huge procession of police and fire engines. All the way, people through town came running out of restaurants, stores and homes to cheer the kids on.”When we got home, I sat and the thought came to me about how much it meant to our 1954-1955 teams when the Rotary Club purchased jackets for us for two years in a row when we were undefeated with 26 wins and 2 ties; one tie was against Elmira and Ernie Davis. Knowing how much we cared for those jackets and how much they meant to us, and they also gave us gold footballs, I wrote a piece in my column and said I would be glad to donate the first $100 toward those jackets for the kids, if other readers cared to contribute. Within the next three weeks, the following folks contributed to the fund and we had o...