Loggieville Bisons

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The Loggieville Bisons baseball team was an aggregate of accomplished athletes, which represented Loggieville in the latter half of the 1930s with outstanding success, including a N.B. and Maritime Intermediate Championship in 1936, a New Brunswick Intermediate final appearance in 1937, a New Brunswick Intermediate Championship in 1938, and a New Brunswick-P.E.I Intermediate Championship in 1938.
Six members of the team also played with the Allied Service Champions in England in 1942.
The members on the 1935-38 Bisons, all now deceased, included: Hazen Archer, Dick Burke, Godfrey Burke, Lawrence Comeau, Earl Ferguson, Bob Fraser, Willie Jardine, Faye Kitchen, Percy Lanteigne, Chester MacDonald, Joe Malley, Wilfred Malley, Alex Nolan, Albert Paulin, Eddie Robichaud, Harold Russell, Ned Russell, Goughie Vienneau, coach Manford Landry, managers Vince Flaherty and Parker Manderson.