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Varsity Basketball The Andrew Lewis cagers opened their season against a strong Alumni team. The game ended Alumni 55, Lewis 36. Wright and Poage paced the Wolverines with nine points each. The Wolverines next traveled to Danville and lost 58—23. Poage took scoring honors with 11 points. The following week the Lewismen put up a scrappy battle against the V. M. I. Freshmen. Mundy and Poage shared top scoring honors, collecting 12 each. The Wolverines played host to Glass the next week and lost 51—28. Mundy was high with n points. Andrew Lewis was next edged out in an overtime period 33—31 by Fleming. Mundy took scoring honors for the tilt with 15 points. The following week the Wolverines traveled to Roanoke and were downed by the Jeff team 26—52. Poage paced the Wolverines with 15 points. The Lewis cagers were next defeated by the V. P. I. Freshmen. Poage again paced the Lewismen, collecting 7 points. The next week we entertained Danville and lost 29-52. Gunn took scoring honors for the Wolver¬ ines with 6 points, while Harrison played an outstanding floor game. Andrew Lewis next bowed to Byrd 44—35. Mundy and Poage each collected 1 x points. The Lewis cagers were next host to the V. M. I. Freshmen and were defeated 73-32. Poage collec ted 22 points. The Wolverines next traveled to Lynchburg to be downed 70—20. Lawrence Martin was high with 8 points. The following week Andrew Lewis defeated Byrd in an exciting game. The final score was 40— 38. Mundy was the big spoke in the Lewis wheel, collecting 22 points. The Wolverines next bowed to the Jefferson team, 49—39. Mundy collected 12 points to take scoring honors. The following week Fleming defeated A. L. by the close score of 39—-32. The final game was played at Salem; and when the buzzer ended the game, the score stood 47—40, V. P. I. Poage capped scoring honors with 12 points. 4 78 }! •
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4 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ] The Andrew Lewis J. V.’s, under the constructive coaching of Mr. Crawford, closed their season with the spirit that shows many of the boys will see action on the varsity next year. The J. V. Cagers opened their season against Jefferson and were defeated by the small margin of 4 points. The Wolverines never held the lead, but were always within reaching distance. Chandler led the Lewismen with 9 points. The final score was 25-29. Andrew Lewis next played Fleming. The Lewismen never captured the lead but got hot in the fourth quarter and got 7 points while Fleming could only collect 3. The buzzer ended the game with the score 17-22, Fleming. The Lewis Cagers entertained Byrd the following week and were defeated 31-36. The Lewismen were paced by Snyder who hit the hoop for 7 points. The following week the J. V.’s went to William Byrd and played a hard game, but were de¬ feated to the tune of 25-34. Young paced the Wolverines when he tickled the twine for 6 markers. When Andrew Lewis played Monroe the next week, the score was 30-29. Thompson was high when he hit the hoop for 19 points. Woodrow Wilson played the J. V.’s their last game winning 53-47- The Andrew Lewis cagers displayed outstanding sportsmanship throughout the season and developed some excellent players. Left to Right: Billy Young, Kellogg Hunt, Bobby Price, Jimmy Candler, Russell Smiley, Nelson Dudley, Ralph Snyder, Curtis Snyder. Inset: Mr. Crawford, Coach. Not Pictured: Robert Thompson, Edward Talley, Ronald Johnson. 4 79 1
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