Though they did not compete against schools on the local level, the Carver School Six-Man Football Team did play other teams throughout the region and, won several championships.
The following is from the Cumberland News and Prime Time: A History of Allegany County During the 1950s:
"Carver High School's football team has won the championship of the Tri-State Athletic Union for the third time in four years of competition in the six-man team circuit. Coach Charles Waterman's gridders defeated Douglas High, Winchester, Virginia, 45-28 and 39-20, and Ramer High Martinsburg, West Virginia, 13-7 and 42-0 to capture league honors and also won over an Alumni team to round out an undefeated season. In addition to winning three league titles the Frederick Street team finished 2nd place once.
The Carver squad, pictured here, are left to right:
Front Row - Maurice Darr, Nathanial "Sonny" Thompson, William Taylor, Maurice Banks, Jack Frisby, Milton White, and Earle Green. Back Row - William Gilmore, Assistant Coach Walter Crawford, _____ Taylor, Ronald Waites, Charles Denmark, Frederick Wheeler, ______ Redman, Head Coach Charles Waterman, and Niles Harper."
The photograph is from the Cumberland News. Prime Time: A History of Allegany County During the 1950s was written by Allegany High School Oral History Project, 2004
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