KINGSTON* - 1911-1912

On January 21, 1912, the Kingston  franchise jumped  from the disbanded Hudson River League to the New York State League. Kingston began play with a 16-16 record assigned by the New York State League. Record in actual games was 8-11.

Played home games at the Kingston Armory in Kingston, New York – Seating capacity – 2,200

 

KINGSTON CO. M   NYSL  24-27 POP MORGENWECK 8-10 SAM CURLETT 0-1
PLAYER POS AGE HGT WGT COLLEGE TRANSACTIONS  GA FGM FTM PTS AVG
Jimmy Clinton F-G 23 5:11 170 None                 (fr Catskill) 14 27 9 63 4.5
Lou Sugarman F-G 21 5:07 145 Syrause/Notre Dame/Penn   (fr KingsHRL) 19 33 19 85 4.5
Maurice Tome C-F 21 6:02 180 Huntington(Pa0   (fr KingstonHRL) (Inj) 15 13 6 32 2.1
Heine Henschel G-C 27 5:11 180 None         (fr KingstonHRL) 19 35 14 84 4.4
Sam Curlett G-F 22 5:11 155 Banks Business/Huntington(Pa)(frKingHRL) 18 37 21 95 5.3
John Pennino G-C 29 6:01 180 None         (fr KingstonHRL) 9 12 4 28 3.1
Les Hoffman G-F 19 5:10 150 None   (Inj) (fr KingstonHRL) 6 3 1 7 1.2
Wallace Jordan F-G 21 5:11 180 None        (fr Schenectady) 1 1 0 2 2.0
Pop Morgenweck G 36 5:08 None         (fr KingstonHRL) 1 0 1 1 1.0
Bobby Mayham G 27 5:10 160 None         (fr KingstonHRL) 1 0 0 0 0.0
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