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Randy Blasdell '78
The "Blazer"

▪ West York HS/Lehigh University Alum - Randy Blasdell (right).

"PROUD MOUNTAIN HAWK ALUMNUS"



2/8/13 @ PITT/PSU
(L-R) Randy Blasdell, Gary Kessel, Don Lehman & Scott Miller.

Gary Kessel - ESU '77 - officiated the 2013 141lb. NCAA DI Final.


                 11/17/13 Lehigh-PSU Dual Meet
                                                

                 Penn State 22  Lehigh 12
                                 
  ▪ 11/17/13 - @ Lehigh University's Stabler Arena... WY '78 ▪ Lehigh '82 Alumnus
  Randy Blasdell, put together a group trip to Lehigh's Stabler Arena to watch the
  Lehigh Mountain Hawks take on the #1 NCAA Division I Wrestling Team in the
  country... Penn State Nittany Lions, coached by Cael Sanderson.  Driving up
  to Lehigh together were Randy Blasdell, Rick Blasdell, Skip Martin, Scott Miller
  and WYWA's Don Lehman.  We met up with Donegal JH Wrestling Coach Scott
  Goodwill and a golfing buddy from Cool Creek, Mike Frey, along with some other
  friends.  At a local pub
* - we also saw York College 1979 All-American & former
  Dallastown HS wrestler - Mark Miller along with his brother, former Mansfield &
  Dallastown HS wrestler - Ron Miller.  Ron has the distinction of being the only
  wrestler to defeat WY's Bill Luckenbaugh in Bill's PIAA 1969 State Championship
  senior year - during the Dallastown/WY dual meet!  Thanks again, Randy!
  * Also ran into Matt Sloand (
ESU 4-year Wrestling Letterman '88) before match!

 
Lehigh/PSU Mat Results:  (11/17/13)
  PSU 22  Lehigh 12
  125lbs: #3 Nico Megaludis PSU tech fall Darian Cruz LEH 19-4 (TF 6:48).
  133lbs: #6 Mason Beckman LEH dec. #16 Jimmy Gulibon PSU, 7-6.
  141lbs: Zain Retherford PSU dec. Laike Gardner LEH, 10-4.
  149lbs: #19 Mitch Minotti LEH dec. Zack Beitz PSU, 4-3.
  157lbs: #10 Joey Napoli LEH dec. James Vollrath PSU, 4-3.
  165lbs: #1 David Taylor PSU maj. dec. Brian Brill LEH, 20-7.
  174lbs: #3 Matt Brown PSU dec. Elliott Riddick LEH, 8-5.
  184lbs: Zach Diekel LEH dec. James Frascella PSU, 9-6.
  197lbs: #4 Morgan McIntosh PSU maj. dec. John Bolich LEH, 10-2.
  285lbs: Jon Gingrich PSU dec. #19 Doug Vollaro LEH, 5-2.

  ▪ Stabler Arena Attendance: 4,773.  Referee - Nathan Chatman.
  ▪ Records: Penn State 2-0, Lehigh 1-2.  NCAA Wrestling
 


*2009 Interview w/Randy Blasdell
"A Wrestler must LIVE Wrestling!"


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▪ RANDY BLASDELL INTERVIEW BIO
  
Randy Blasdell is a 1978 West York High School graduate, and a 1982 Lehigh University marketing graduate.
  Randy is married to the lovely Kris.  Randy and Kris have two boys each... Will, Taylor, Ben and Luke (boys ages 14-20).  The Blasdell's live in Columbia, PA.  The boys are active in lacrosse, hockey - and Luke is wrestling for the first time this year in the Hempfield program.  Randy enjoys spending time with his family and friends, as well as the beach, golf, skiing, cooking and attending Philadelphia Flyers games as a  season ticket holder.  Obviously, Randy is a huge supporter of Lehigh (especially Lehigh Wrestling) and Hempfield sports.  For the past 26 years, Randy has been in the investment business, now as President of his own firm - Sanctuary Financial Group LLC. located in Mountville, PA.  Sanctuary Financial Group oversees over $40 million of assets for over 250 clients.  Randy & Kris volunteer at their church.  Also, Randy serves as co-President of the Susquehanna Valley Lehigh Alumni Club and is a 20-year proud volunteer of the American Red Cross.  Randy also sponsors and presides over an annual luncheon for Lehigh University Wrestling (w/ Coach Pat Santoro). 

 



RANDY BLASDELL INTERVIEW

by:
Don Lehman
Don Lehman
Webmaster, Archivist & Owner of westyorkwrestlingalumni.com
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DL
- Randy, you give so much back to the local community as the Chairman of the Susquehanna Valley American Red Cross Annual Golf Outing (2009 was the 20th year!).  The ARC golf outing has raised almost $350,000 for the Red Cross, and is getting so big at Cool Creek GC, that you have 2 full separate outings in the morning and afternoon!  How did you get involved with the Red Cross and do you have plans for next year?
RB - It was really just by chance.  I had the idea to start a golf outing just for some guys that I went to high school and college with... as a way to have fun.  I thought that if we actually made some money, we should give it to a worthy cause.  One of my good friends and fellow West Yorker - Mark Hague, has just started working for the American Red Cross.  So, that's who we decided to give the proceeds to!  In the first year ('90), we had 56 golfers and raised $1200.  Last year (our 20th), we had over 200 golfers and raised almost $20,000!  As you mentioned, that brings the total raised to almost $350,000... which is amazing!  I am so thankful to all our golfers, volunteers and sponsors who have made this such a successful event.  And, the American Red Cross is truly a great organization worthy of ALL our support.  And, yes... next year's event is on May 21, 2010 @ Cool Creek Golf Club, so I hope many of you can join us.  As you know Don, it really is a fun event and as long as it remains so, I'll be involved.

 
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DL - You grew up in the Shiloh area of West York, graduated in 1978, and went on to Lehigh University.  You didn't wrestle at Lehigh, but I know you are a staunch supporter of the Lehigh University Wrestling Team and the Lehigh University Football Team!  Are you planning on hitting any Lehigh dual meets this year?
RB - Yes, Don - I went to Sunset Lane Elementary (Trimmer), then West York JH and SH.  I then had the GREAT fortune of being accepted at Lehigh University.  I was accepted at Delaware also, but as soon as I saw Lehigh's campus, I knew that was where I wanted to be.  It is an awesome school!  Coach JT Toggas encouraged me to try out for the wrestling team, but I was there on an academic scholarship... and there were a FEW All-Americans at Lehigh ahead of me (Mike Brown, Colin Kilrain)!!  I decided to concentrate on school and the social life.  I joined Chi Psi fraternity and that just added to the whole Lehigh experience.  While I did not wrestle at the collegiate level, I did keep my foot in the ring (so-to-speak) as Lehigh has a very good intramural tournament every year with over 500 entries, many of whom were quite good in high school.  I won that tournament 3 times and finished 2nd once to Cumberland Valley's Paul Anastasio.  After I graduated from Lehigh, I was asked to try and resurrect the local alumni club in this area.  I am still co-President of the Susquehanna Valley Lehigh Alumni Club.  I also spent two years serving on the Lehigh Alumni Association Board.  It's fun and a great way to stay connected with the school and fellow alumni.  We have a number of events during the year, including an Annual Wrestling Luncheon here is Lancaster, PA with Lehigh Head Coach (former PIAA State and NCAA Wrestling Champion) - Pat Santoro.  It's a nice event and I would encourage anyone to come and hear Pat talk about wrestling at the highest level.  I also get to a couple Lehigh football games and I am planning to attend a couple of Lehigh Wrestling matches.  Lehigh already has victories over Pitt and Penn State, so it looks like Pat Santoro has us on the road to another great season!
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DL - Also - there is an annual Bulldog Golf Open and an annual "Football Game" at the Trimmer Elementary School for you and your friends.  Camaraderie is very important to you - do you think your body will ever tell you to stop playing in those football games?
RB - Yes, we started the golf outing again, just as a way to get some old friends together and have some fun.  Now, old friends like yourself, Bruce Stambaugh and Dr. Perry Tallman join us every year.  The football started right after we got out of college.  Since everyone was home for the holidays... we decided to get together on Black Friday and play football and we've been doing it ever since!  We call it the Bulldog Athletic Living Legends Society (B.A.L.L.S.) and we just played last week.  We had 16 players and yes - I was a bit sore!  My buddy John "Smoke" Eyster plays every year and he said that we'll still be coming even if they have to push us up to the field in wheelchairs!  Next to my faith and family - relationships with friends are the most important things in the world.
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DL - When did you take up the sport of wrestling and did you participate in any other sports while at West York?
RB - I started wrestling in 4th grade in the WY Elementary program.  I then took a year off and started up again in the 6th grade where I banged heads with Perry Tallman for the first time in the end-of-year tournament.  That would be the first of MANY hours spent banging heads with Perry over the next six years.  It was tough and a pain sometimes, but it made us both better wrestlers and we became very good friends.  Also, I have to say that I almost didn't go out in the 7th grade.  I was hanging out with some bad kids and even though I was signed up, I decided not to go to practice the first couple of days.  Well, once again a good friend - Bruce Stambaugh called me out and said I better get to practice... and I did.  I believe that changed my life, because if Bruce wouldn't have confronted me, I probably would have quit wrestling and who knows where I would be today?  Probably not a good place... so, thanks Stummy, I owe you!  Per your other question - a lot of my buddies played football and Coach John Sprenkle was always trying to recruit me, but I was a naive idiot and didn't care for Coach Lou Orndorff - so, I decided not to play.  That decision was always a big regret because I think I could have been a good player.  I use that as an example for my kids... I would rather try something and fail than not try and regret not trying years down the road.
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DL - I remember after completing my student teaching at Wilkes-Barre Meyers High School and helping out Billy Hilbert with the wrestling team - Coach John T. Toggas hired me as a second assistant coach to John Sprenkle... and, I know it was to specifically work out with you, Perry Tallman and Dave Stram!  We had some pretty spirited practice bouts back in the 1978 season!  What are your memories of those heated workouts? 
RB - My memories are that I hated it!  No, seriously, I can remember when you, Mike Stambaugh, Kevin McCleary, etc., were in college and you guys would all come back over Christmas "break" and come to practices - and just beat the snot out of us!  Literally, I used to dread "shark bait."  It was Perry Tallman, Dave Stram, myself, you, Coach John Sprenkle and some other alumni and it was hell.  But, it was amazing also, because these were all the guys we looked up to as we came up through the West York Wrestling program... and we got a chance to wrestle you.  It was very intimidating, but it also helped us to be so much better.  I know personally, you taught me to be a much tougher wrestler and I know that helped me win a few key matches (like Dallastown).  I think we need more of that interaction with the alumni and the current kids... so, thank you!
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DL - Your 1977-78 West York Wrestling Team went 14-0 and captured the YCIAA League Wrestling Championship.  I'm sure the dual match that stands out from that time was the Dallastown match.  What are your memories from that crucial dual meet?
RB - That was absolutely one of the most exciting things I have ever experienced to this day!  I tell people about it sometimes and they can't believe that there could be such an unbelievable atmosphere for a high school wrestling match!  It started the year before, when we were tri-champions with Dallastown and Hanover.  Hanover beat Dallastown, we beat Hanover, and we lost to Dallastown (at Dallastown).  I was wrestling heavyweight (while weighing 180lbs.) and Coach JT Toggas was upset by the many questionable calls all night by referee Bill Billet.  During my match, I was getting beat up pretty bad... so, Coach Toggas threw in the towel during the match and we literally walked off without finishing (in protest).  I remember people booing and screaming at us as we left the mat and throwing things at our bus when we left for home.  That terrible feeling stayed with us and gave us motivation for our senior year because we were NOT going to let that happen again.  So, when it came time for the Dallastown match in the '77-'78 season, the atmosphere was unbelievable!  You were part of it and I'm sure you remember, but it was the ultimate cool.  Very nerve-wracking, but amazing none-the-less.  My older brothers even took the train home from Philadelphia to be there... which I'm so grateful for.  In the locker room before the match, all of these great wrestlers (WY Alumni) from the past came down and wished us luck.  Then, we walked out into that dark West York gym with the spotlights on and all you could see were FANS.  The West York gym was standing room only and the cafeteria had closed circuit TV coverage!  I remember passing the late Mark Kraber (who we just sadly lost) and he reached out with his big "paw", shook my hand, and said... "Kick their ass!"  And pretty much, that's what we did.  After it was over - I remember the fans running all over the floor and we threw the coaches in the shower and simply reveled in the moment.  One for the ages!
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DL - A big disappointment for me, as an assistant coach, was to see yourself and Perry Tallman not achieve your goal of a Sectional Championship.  Take us back to that 1978 county tournament.
RB - Well, I remember getting a bad seeding draw and was in the same bracket as Bill Shellenberger of Red Lion, who had beaten me in our dual meet.  I won the first round by pinning Rick Dover of Dallastown and then had to wrestle Bill the next day in the semi-finals.  Shellenberger was a big, strong kid and I knew I'd have my work cut out for me.  But with your help from the corner, I wrestled as well as I ever had... but, unfortunately sometime during the match, I hurt my knee (torn cartilage) and I ended up losing by one point.  I was upset, but I wrestled very well!  I then had to wrestle Brian March in the consolation finals and with your encouragement while being hurt, I hung tough and the regulation match ended in a tie.  We went to overtime and I lost by a point, again.  I was physically spent.  It was the most exhausted I have ever been.  I was really disappointed in myself, because I knew I could have won.  I sat in the locker room afterward, realizing this was probably the end of my wrestling career - and I just cried.
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DL -  But, you did get that Josten's YCIAA Wrestling Championship ring!  What did Head Coach John T. Toggas mean to you at that time in your life?
RB - I STILL have that ring and have shown it many times to my kids.  Not to brag about what I or we did, but to show them that sometimes when you work hard and make sacrifices, there are rewards.  Coach JT Toggas was so important.  As a West York Wrestler, he made you feel like you were someone special.  He treated you that special way.  I always tell people that in some small way, I know what it must be like to be a Florida or USC football player, because that's how it felt to be a West York Wrestler in those days!  People looked up to us and respected us.  Coach Toggas gave us special freedoms - like passes to get out of class and go hang out in his office or in our special room we made with a refrigerator and a radio.  They were just small insignificant things, but they made a big difference.  And, the Coach taught us valuable lessons, like the importance of being a team, not an individual.  Although it is an individual sport for the most part... he emphasized team, hard work and sacrifice.  I remember doing "gut busters" and calisthenics BEFORE a full practice and Coach JT would say, "We will not run out of gas.  We will be the best conditioned team in York County.  When it comes down to the third period and the other guy's tanks are on empty, we will win!"  And, we did!  Obviously, those are lessons that have carried over to every aspect of my life.
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DL - I know that Coach John W. Sprenkle was a huge influence on you, also.  What do you remember about Coach Sprenkle?
RB - Coach John Sprenkle was my hero growing up.  My oldest brother Ron played on the 1968 West York Football Team that went undefeated.  That team was awesome... and was truly one of the best football teams in York County history.  And, "Big John" was the key to that team along with Bobbie Bailey, Mark Brenneman, George Knokey, etc.  And, of course Coach Sprenkle went on to win a PIAA State Wrestling Championship in 1969.  In my opinion, John Sprenkle was THE BEST ATHLETE ever from York County.  Period.  And, as I was scrounging around in my mom's basement, I found a picture I had drawn of John Sprenkle... so yes, I thought very highly of Coach Sprenkle.  I remember as a 9th grader going up to practice with the varsity and seeing Coach Sprenkle sitting up on the medal podium... running drills.  It was like watching West York royalty!  The first time I had to wrestle him, was obviously very humbling.  He was a huge powerful man, but he was so quick, it was unbelievable.  Having to wrestle him in practice day after day made you a better wrestler.
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DL - It was great to see Bruce Stambaugh, Perry Tallman, Coach JT Toggas, your brother Rick... and some other WY'ers at your Bulldog Golf Open.  And, Lehigh's Jon Trenge played along at your outing with Matt Toggas.  We have to get more alumni to that tournament!  How can we make that happen?
RB - I'm not sure, but I am open to any ideas on how to get more people involved.  It is really fun and laid back.  This year was a LOT of fun. (although you and I stayed way too late!)  We talked a lot of wrestling.  It was great to meet Lehigh's Jon Trenge.  I had seen him wrestle many times at Lehigh, but had never met him.  I was not sure what to expect, but he is a really wonderful guy and I hope he can join us next year.  If any other alumni or anyone... wants to join us next year, give me a call or e-mail (below)!
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DL - Also - you and a group of your teammates were honored before the 1/10/09 West York/Dallastown match - for the 30th anniversary of the 1977-78 14-0 YCIAA Wrestling Championship season.  I'm sure it was great seeing some of your fellow wrestlers... Rod Stough made the trip from Tennessee, Bruce Stambaugh from New Jersey and Don Botterbusch from Florida to be with their fellow alumni!  Your thoughts on that special gathering?
RB - First, thanks to you for all of your help in putting it together.  And, I'd like thank the coaches, the booster club, Kevin Drawbaugh of JK Images (great job of refurbishing our old team photo!) and WYAD Roger Czerwinski for making it a day to remember.  It was awesome to get together and share memories of that remarkable season.  It was especially great that Coach John W. Sprenkle could join us.  And, so many parents, including my mom, (who were part of the wrestling booster club) were there to support us - just like they were 30 years ago!  Obviously, without their sacrifices, we wouldn't have succeeded in wrestling or in life.  The great thing about that '78 team is that it was sort of pre-destined, if you will.  Most of us on that team started wrestling together in elementary school.  Rod Stough, Ken Shorts, Perry Tallman, Bruce Stambaugh and myself.  We wrestled together all through junior high and won a junior high championship in 9th grade.  Coach Toggas and Sprenkle saw something in us very early on and they nurtured us.  It is unbelievable that so many of is stayed together for so long and ultimately ended up winning 3 championships together - culminating with that 14-0 season.  What a way to finish!
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DL - Rod Stough, your close friend, had some funny stories to share about the "old" wrestling days in his Q & A interview.  Can you share one or two with us?
RB - Well, Rod's a funny guy!  I've known Rod since the 1st grade at Sunset Lane (Shiloh) school.  Can you believe that?  We were friends from 1st grade and still are to this day.  A lot of the funny stories might be inappropriate for your website!!  But, I remember sometimes during practice, Bruce Stambaugh and I would do drills and Coach Sprenkle would blow the whistle and we'd go at it for 30 seconds or so to see if we could escape or take the other guy down... so, Bruce and I would take each other into the wall and slam our hand on the mat and make a lot of noise and grunt and groan.  Coach Sprenkle would go nuts, and would be yelling - "That's the way you do it!"  But, what he didn't know was that we were scripting it like the WWE!  Bruce would say... "now, you throw me... and let's slam into the door!"  Afterward, we would look at each other and just laugh!
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DL - Randy... you, Kris and your great family live across the river now, but I know you still follow West York Wrestling.  What do you want to say to the team this year?
RB - I want to say to work hard and be proud to be part of the great tradition that is West York Wrestling.  All storied programs go through tough times, look at Penn State Football a few years back.  But, you can get back to where we were.  It just takes hard work and sacrifice.  I'd encourage the team to recruit their friends who play football or other sports to give wrestling a try.  Wrestling will absolutely make them a better athletes.  And, I'd encourage them to have their parents call the school administrators and school board and lobby them to make sure we have all the tools and resources necessary to get back to that high level.  Finally, I'd encourage them to not give up.  I'm a big fan of quotes, so in the words of Winston Churchill... "If you find yourself going through hell - keep going!"  Basically, PERSEVERE.
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DL - Randy, I always ask this.  I know you loved the sport of wrestling while at West York High School.  If you had to do it all over again - what would you do to be even a better wrestler?
RB - I would have started lifting weights earlier and more often to get stronger!  Also, I would have entered more off-season tournaments to keep fresh.  Finally, I would have played football.  Because I believe, as the studies now show, that athletes who compete in more than one sport are better athletes and suffer less injuries.  Other than the above - nothing! 
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DL - Were there any mentors when you were young that steered you towards competing in the sport of wrestling?
RB - My brother Rick wrestled in Junior High, which is why I went out for the sport in the first place... so thanks Rick!  Like I mentioned, in 7th grade - Bruce Stambaugh made sure I got on the right track.
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DL - What did the sport of wrestling teach you that you have used in your financial career?
RB - MANY things - like the importance of setting goals, keep pushing ahead with resolve no matter what is going on around you... and, the need to depend on and support your team.
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DL - Randy, thanks for doing the Q & A interview and I hope to see you, soon.  Also, thank you for your support of the West York Wrestling Alumni website!
RB - Thank you, Don.  It was an honor to be asked.  Keep up the great work on behalf of the West York Wrestling Alums everywhere!  Lastly best wishes to you and your family, and all the readers and alumni for a joyous Christmas season!  May God bless each and every one of you!!!


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West York Wrestling

1977-78 West York Wrestling
YCIAA Championship Team (14-0)

Front Row Knee (L-R)
Joel Pugh, Rod Stough, Van Emig,
Kenny Shorts,
John Silar, Clyde Poe, Dennis Heath, Don Botterbusch.
▪ Back Row (L-R) Larry Gay, Barry Gay, Lynn Martin, Bruce Stambaugh,
Dave Stram, Randy Blasdell, Perry Tallman.


West York Wrestling

1976-77 West York Wrestling Team
▪ YCIAA League Wrestling Co-Champions!
▪ Front  (L-R) Rodney Stough, Bob Gay, Bill Pope, Ken Shorts,
          Chuck Nace, Todd Reynolds, Steve Toggas, Larry Gay, Barry Gay.
Back (L-R)  Mark Harrington, Lynn Martin, Bruce Stambaugh,
  Brett
Spangler, Dave Stram, Bob Brown, Scott Luckenbaugh,
John Reiber, Perry Tallman,
Randy Blasdell.



CLICK HERE FOR LARGER 1/10/09 PHOTO
West York 1977-78 (14-0)
Championship Team Reunion!

                    ▪ Front
(L-R) Don Botterbusch, Bruce Stambaugh, Rod Stough, John Silar.
   
▪ Back (L-R) Larry Gay, Barry Gay, WY Asst. Coach Don Lehman,
Randy Blasdell, Dave Stram, WY Head Coach John T. Toggas,
WY Asst. Coach John Sprenkle ('69 PIAA Champion).
▪ Photo by Kevin Drawbaugh of JK Images


Randy Blasdell photo - American Red Cross @ Cool Creek GC
     Randy Blasdell '78, Chairman of the Annual Red Cross
  Outing since its inception, was honored during the 20th
   annual tournament on May 15th, 2009.  Blasdell started
     the event in 1989, which has raised close over $450,000
in its 20+ year history!

▪ Randy Blasdell - SV American Red Cross Golf Committee Chairman.
WEST YORK WRESTLING



5/18/12 @ Cool Creek GC
The 23rd Annual Red Cross Golf Outing

Website - Register

Randy Blasdell '78
Founder/Chairman
American Red Cross Golf Outing

(717)-475-4533 or e-mail


 


The 2010 Bulldog Open Champions
with a score of (-10) 62 @ Iron Valley GC were:
(L-R) Stanley "Skip" Martin, Randy Blasdell & Brian Kuntz.
(match of cards and an 'eagle"... was the deciding factor)
photo by Dr. Perry Tallman


 (L-R) John T. Toggas, Todd Reynolds, Don Lehman & Randy Blasdell.
"All" - fantastic contributors & sponsors of the WY Alumni website.


2/8/13 @ PITT - Randy Blasdell, Don Lehman, Cael Sanderson & Scott Miller.
Cael Sanderson - Head Wrestling Coach @ Penn State - 3 NCAA Team Titles!
 



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