On this day 77 years ago…
The 1932 Blue and White team enjoyed a successful 5-1-1 season, with its only loss coming at the hands of Bayshore in an 8-0 defeat. The 1933 squad avenged the previous season’s only blemish with a hard-fought 7-0 triumph in the season opener. Bayshore’s offense controlled much of the first half, but could not get the ball across the goal line and went into the break tied 0-0. The Brook finally took advantage in the third quarter when John Gilmartin began the game’s pivotal drive with a 20-yard run before ending it with a touchdown while John Myers provided the extra point.
Thereafter the visitors were unable to make any effective attacks against the home team.
~ Res Gestae 1934