NEWBURGH*JERSEY CITY - 1926-1927

On November 16, 1926, the Newburgh*Jersey City franchise merged with the Ridgewood*Orange franchise to form Ridgewood*Newburgh team.

Played home games at the Newburgh Armory in Newburgh, New Jersey – Seating capacity – 1,500  and at the Jersey City Armory in Jersey City, New Jersey.

 

 

NEWBURGH HILLSIDES * JERSEY CITY SKEETERS     –  NBL  –    1-9  LOU WHITE
PLAYER POS AGE HGT WGT COLLEGE TRANSACTIONS  GA FGM FTM PTS AVG
Willie Carey F 30 5:08 None toRidgewood-Newburgh 10 18 10 46 4.6
Willie McDonald F-G 22 None to Brooklyn ABL 8 13 18 44 5.5
Al Kellett C 25 6:03 200 Penn State to Ridgewood-Newburgh 10 7 19 33 3.3
Leo Malone G-C-F 31 6:03 None to Ridgewood-Newburgh 9 22 22 66 7.3
Joe Dreyfus G 34 5:11 165 None 10 4 17 25 2.5
Herm Bergkamp G 31 5:11 170 None to Ridgewood-Newburgh 5 6 2 14 2.8
Eddie White F 34 5:11 None 4 3 2 8 2.0
Charlie Lajeskie F 28 6:01 180 None 4 1 3 5 1.3
Getzie Siegel F     18 1 0 0 0 0.0
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