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The 1990's

[Coach Nunamaker (bottom right) alongside Governor Tom Ridge, with Andy Cote (bottom left) State Senator Joe Uliano, Rob Rohn, State Representative Craig Dally, and State Representative Len Gruppo (top row, left to right)]

The 1990's saw Coach Nunamaker earning his 400th win over the same team he earned his 300th win over, Bangor, in 1994. He became the coach of the most District XI Champions when he retired with 50. In 1997 Northampton snapped a 16 year conference title run by Nazareth. The 1990's also saw the dawn of the District Dual Meet Tournament, which would eventually become the qualifier for the PIAA Team Dual Meet Championships. In the first eight years of the District event prior to States, Nazareth claimed the title four times, lost a controversial tie-breaker to Easton, had an additional runner-up performance, and had two losses in the semi-finals.

On January 3rd, 1998, the Borough of Nazareth declared it to be "Ray's Day".

1990 - 91 Season

28th Season 18-2 (348-82-6 career record)

Team Captains Dan Madson and Darin Wenrich

 

1991 - 92 Season

29th Season 19-1-1 (367-83-7 career record)

Team Captains Steve Herceg and Ryan Nunamaker

 

1992 - 93 Season

30th Season 22-2 (389-85-7 career record)

Team Captains Adam Colombo, Mark Madson, and Eric Rice

 

1993 - 94 Season

31st Season 21-2 (410-87-7 career record)

Team Captains Ben Duelley, Mark Getz, and Dan Tashner

 

1994 - 95 Season

32nd Season 17-3 (427-90-7 career record)

Team Captains Dave Cote, Travis Doto, Justin Hoff, Zach Musselman, and Brian Tashner

 

1995 - 96 Season

33rd Season 20-3 (447-93-7 career record)

Team Captains Eric Kelly, Matt Kleinle, and Shawn McEntire

 

1996 - 97 Season

34th Season 21-2 (468-95-7 career record)

Team Captains Marc Aber, Jason Bucchi, Andy Cote, Darren Danner, Jarret Hoff, Chuck Kimble, Jamie Rice, Rob Rohn, and Chris Vitale

 

After 34 seasons Coach Nunamaker retires never having had a losing season with a 468-95-7 record.

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