Eugene Petramale

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Eugene “Gene” or "Gino" Petramale (born Chicago, Illinois) was a U.S. soccer and softball player.

Petramale grew up on Chicago's West Side where he attended John Marshall Metropolitan High School. He earned one cap with the U.S. national team in a 3-1 World Cup qualification loss to Mexico on January 14, 1954.[1] Petramale was inducted into the Illinois Soccer Hall of Fame in 1986.[2] In addition to his successful soccer career, Petramale spent 42 years in the Chicago 16 inch softball leagues. In 1970, his team, Dr. Carlucci's Bobcats won the American Softball Association national championship. He was inducted into the Chicago 16 Inch Softball Hall of Fame in 2005.[3]