1964 Season Recap

The Redskins finish 9-0-1 and claim their 13th straight LBC trophy and the East Penn league title as well (it’s their second straight in the new conference). The team also drops the single-wing and replaces it with the Delaware Wing-T (installed by Franks in 1952 it had served the ‘Skins well for over a decade). Although ‘Cuskie claimed otherwise, the change was rumored to have been made to accommodate junior quarterback Jim Colbert’s talents as both a passer and runner. On the road at the brand new Falcon Field against Pennsbury, the Redskins are 7-0-1 while the Falcons are 8-0 when they meet. It’s the first time both teams are unbeaten going into a game with each other during a late season contest. The UPI calls it the “Top Game” in the state the weekend they tangle as 11,000 fans crowd Falcon Field to watch the fireworks. In another thriller, Neshaminy hangs on to bank a 14-13 win, their second straight one-point win over the Falcons.


1964 Neshaminy Redskins

1964 Neshaminy Redskins


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Sep. 6FridayCentral DauphinHome8:15pm70
Sep. 13FridayBishop EganHome8:15pm1413
Sep. 20FridayLaSalleAway8:15pm001
Sep. 27FridayEastonHome8:15pm149
Oct. 4FridayWilliam AllenAway8:15pm2120
Oct. 11FridayLouis E. DieruffHome8:15pm137
Oct. 18FridayLibertyHome8:15pm130
Nov. 1FridayWoodrow WilsonHome8:15pm206
Nov. 9SaturdayWilliam TennentAway2:00pm277
Nov. 15FridayPennsburyHome8:15pm2120
Pts Avg158.2
* Homecoming **Senior Night

Great Moments 2007 – Edition 5 – (1964) Neshaminy hangs on for a 1pt win over Pennsbury to stay undefeated.

Lower Bucks County League, Section One - Champions
League record: 3-0
Neshaminy, Pennsbury, William Tennent & Woodrow Wilson

East Penn Conference - Co-Champions
(Neshaminy Redskins & Louis E. Dieruff Huskies)
League record: 3-0-1
Easton, Liberty, Louis E. Dieruff, Neshaminy & William Allen


1964 Roster

1964 Roster


1964 Coaching Staff

1964 Coaching Staff


1964 Cheer Team

1964 Cheer Team


1964 Marching Band

1964 Marching Band

1964 Majorettes

1964 Majorettes

1964 Colro Guard

1964 Color Guard

Redskin Awards

Co-Mr. Redskin − Fred Tragemann
Co-Mr. Redskin − Jack Dunn
Co-Mr. Redskin − Steve Pyle
Mr. Back − Bill Kaminski
Mr. Lineman − Dennis Auckland
Mr. 3D − Jim Walker
Unsung Hero − Ted Boerkel
Unsung Hero − Jim Walker

AP All State

Ted Kaminsky

1964 Senior 40 Bill Kaminsky

1964 Senior 40 Ted Kaminsky

Fred Tragemann

1964 Senior 75 Fred Tragermann

1964 Senior 75 Fred Tragermann


#30 Bill McIntyre

1964 Senior 30 Bill McIntyre

#41 Ted Boerckel

1964 Senior 41 Ted Boerckel

#45 Eric Hutchinson

1964 Senior 45 Eric Hutchinson

#49 Dennis Hough

1964 Senior 49 Dennis Hough

#60 Steve Masters

1964 Senior 60 Steve Masters

#72 Mike Trimmer

1964 Senior 72 Mike Trimmer

#75 Fred Tragermann

1964 Senior 75 Fred Tragermann

# 84 Francis Selinsky

1964 Senior 84 Francis Selinsky

J Helfinger

1964 Senior J Helfinger

#37 Frank Wurst

1964 Senior 37 Frank Wurst

#42 James Walker

1964 Senior 42 James Walker

#46 Denny Auckland

1964 Senior 46 Denny Auckland

#51 Andrew Irons

1964 Senior 51 Andrew Irons

#61 George Kissenger

1964 Senior 61 George Kissenger

#73 John Haynes

1964 Senior 73 John Haynes

#81 Mike Clarke

1964 Senior 81 Mike Clarke

A OConnell

1964 Senior A OConnell

J Zanini

1964 Senior J Zanini

#40 Ted Kaminsky

1964 Senior 40 Ted Kaminsky

#43 Jack Dunn

1964 Senior 43 Jack Dunn

#48 Ron Tressel

1964 Senior 48 Ron Tressel

#53 John Troyano

1964 Senior 53 John Troyano

#64 Howard Odell

1964 Senior 64 Howard Odell

#74 Steve Pyle

1964 Senior 74 Steve Pyle

#83 William Stock

1964 Senior 83 William Stock

A Williamson

1964 Senior A Williamson