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First Row, Left to Right: Billy Myers, Johnny Mastin, Jerry Frank, Kellogg Hunt, Bohby Flinchum, Jimmy KInzer, IVesley Frye Second Row: Bobby Pollard, William Largen, Kenneth Norton, Watson Mundy, John Holliday, Chuck Stevens, Penn Whitescarver Third Row: Jack Crosswhite, Donny Stanley, Sonny Smith, Donnie Williams, Maurice Hancock, Ernie Sprouse, Bob Haupt (Manager), Mr. Johnston Junior Varsity Basketball SUMMARY OF GAMES Andrew Lewis. . 35 Moneta. . 29 Andrew Lewis. . 37 Blacksburg. . 28 Andrew Lewis. . 22 Glass. . 79 Andrew Lewis. . IO Fleming. . 21 Andrew Lewis. . 23 Jefferson. . 26 Andrew Lewis. . 24 Blacksburg. . 3 1 Andrew Lewis. . 24 Byrd. . 45 Andrew Lewis. . 24 Barnett’s Taxi. . 44 Andrew Lewis. . 29 Woodrow Wilson. . 49 Andrew Lewis. . 22 Glass. . 78 Andrew Lewis. . 23 Byrd. . 24 Andrew Lewis. . 3 6 Clearbrook. . 18 Andrew Lewis. . 47 Woodrow Wilson. . 53 Andrew Lewis. . 39 Fleming. . 26 Andrew Lewis. . 32 Jefferson. . 3i Andrew Lewis. . 55 Shawsville. 22 Andrew Lewis. . 52 Barnett’s Taxi. . 33 534 637 1 ( if. 4 w
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Rough and re ady Hilltoppers Basketball William Byrd edged Andrew Lewis in a thriller, 37-36, in the next game. Leo St. Clair, William Byrd’s fine center, made a hook shot in the last two minutes and then Byrd went into a deep-freeze to clinch the game. Bob Price played his best game of the year for Andrew Lewis by pouring in 12 points, and playing a fine floor game. Gillock and Mundy added 9 each. St. Clair scored 19 for Byrd. Jefferson beat AL in the next game at the American Legion Auditorium, 48-32. The Wolver¬ ines stayed within one point of the Magicians the first half but folded in the third and fourth quarters. Wes Gillock and Bob Price played fine games for AL by scoring 13 and 10 points, respectively. Bucky Long, sharpshooting Jefferson forward, scored 20 points to take scoring honors for the game. William Fleming edged AL in the next game 47-42. Fleming had a big lead at halftime but the Wolverines came back strong in the second half and went ahead 41-40 with four minutes remaining. However, at this point, Russ Smiley and Marshall Mundy fouled out and the Colonels went ahead for good. Andrew Lewis thrashed Covington in the next game 56-37. Marshall Mundy and Jack Harrison scored 15 and 13 points, respectively to lead the Wolverines in the win. Wes Gillock had an injured shoulder and had to miss the game. Roscoe Humphries scored 14 for the Cougars. In the last game of the season, the Wolverines swamped Lexington 60-29. Marshall Mundy ended his scholastic career by scoring 23 points. Jack Harrison, Tommy Dooley, and Nelson Dudley also ended their careers in fine fashion. Harrison scored 5 points and played a fine floor game. Luther Garrett —Luther improved a great deal this year and began playing regularly toward the end of the season. This was his first year on the squad, but he will be back again next year. Tommy Dooley —This was Tommy’s first year on the squad and he is a senior. His rebounding was very valuable and he will be missed by the Blue and White next year. With more experience he should become an excellent player. 1
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. V. Basketball Jerry Frank is shown here taking a re¬ bound away from two Jefferson J. V. players. Wesley Frye is waiting expectantly at the left. This was a very hard fought game, and the baby Wolverines probably played their best game of the year in losing to their more experienced opponents by a small margin. Bobby Flinchum, Kellogg Hunt, Jerry Frank, and John Holliday looked good for the Blue and White as they did throughout the season. Wesley Frye is pictured here waiting as the ball bounces on the rim in the Jefferson J. V. game. The Junior Varsity gained a lot of valuable experience in this game. It was very close all the way; and the J. V.’s showed that they can stay cool, calm, and collected. They lost the game but will be out for revenge in a couple of years when the same boys will probably be playing on the Varsity at both schools. Kellogg Hunt is shown here driving in for 2 points against the Junior Varsity from E. C. Glass. Ernie Sprouse is waiting to try for the rebound in case Kellogg misses. The baby Hilltoppers came to Salem with a power¬ ful team and really gave our boys a licking. However, our Junior Varsity gained some valuable experience playing against such a well rounded team. Bobby Flinchum, Kellogg Hunt, Wesley Frye, Jerry Frank and John Holliday showed in this game as well as others that they are capable of Varsity service next year. The rest of the team also improved during the season, and several of the boys showed promise for the future.
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