The 1970 Lansing All-Start Football team went 10-0 during the regular season. Over two seasons (1969 & 1970), their record was 28-0. The team averaged 35 points per game and held their opponents to an average of 8 points. A major accomplishment was winning the Midwest Football League Championship.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Gavel, Chuck Johnson, Dave Porter, Ron Edwards, Tom Eifert, Charlie Thornhill, Jerry West, Jim West, Mike Young, Ron Goovert
SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Robert “Turf” Kauffman, Willie Bailey, Sterling Armstrong, Tom Jakovac, Gordon Hetrick, Ernie Pasteur, Ron Olsen, Roger Peltier, Bob Lange, Gary Tompkins, unknown, Assistant Coach Tom Drahnak
THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Beau Rogers, Kermit Smith, Jim Ballard, Bob Robertson, Lou Lambert, George Shafer, Dave Van Else, Ted Swoboda, Bill Ware, Scott Emlong, Cal Robbins, Jack Clarkson, Jeff Geisenhaver, unknown, Larry Elliott, George Chatlos, Rou O’Dell, Terry Bartley, Ken Hines
TEAM MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Richard Dick Allen Sr., Tony Angel, Charles Bailey, Tony Conti, Bill Feraco, Jim Garrett, Nick Jordan, Dick Kenney, General Manager Bill Laverty, Wayne Palmear, Joe Robillard, Bob Super, Craig Tefft, Robert Viney, Charlie Wedemeyer