Hoopeston High School - Picayune Yearbook (Hoopeston, IL)

 - Class of 1926

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4 4 5 men were to play the strong East 1 ji M3155 A'Yd6i?'9fij l' li lf i 1 1 l 1 l 1 F l 1 4 4 1 . i l winning this game, Coach Brasel's Lynn team. H. H. S., 195 East Lynn, 26 if East Lynn was working for another champion title, but Hoopeston was determined to give them a fight. Hoopeston played a hard game throughout, but it seemed as if noth- ing could sto the East Lynn sfluad p , . ,. This was a close game, but our team l did not have the punch to overcome i the lead in the last few minutes. Our 5 team was eliminated from the semi- fl finals by losing this game. E East Lynn won the tournament by 7 defeating Danville in the final game. The Squad I Earle N elson-Guard 1 "Nellie," captain of this year's five, always played a clean, fast game of Page Thirty-Six L -i ball. His floor work was always of' first caliber and this helped to win many games. He has a good eye for long shots and seldom finished a game without a few of these to his credit.. He played excellent ball in both tour- naments, and was given a position on the all-county and all-district teams. This was his second year with the team, but he has another year at school. He will be of great help to next year's squad, and should have another great season. Fred Creamer--Guard "Tuck," one of the outstanding guards in the county, played a whale of a game during the first semester. He always guarded his man closely and this helped to hold down the op- ponents' score. He is a senior and will be greatly missed by the team next year. On account of the semes- 'a .. Il Nm ITL-nl'E113r:.w,m'fiiffffUnTrtnnramad-. - Ii, -'- E . H lj j.':'?,1jj-f,-lhlgi--



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1 I I I 1 - I 1 I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I 1 I - I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 - I E ' 1 I I 1 I I I I - 1 1 - I 1 I 1 I I 1 I - 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I 1 1 l f ', . V 3 , , , ,- 1 i i I I I 1 I 1 .- I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I - - I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 I I 3 I 1 I 1 E 1 I 1 1 1 I I Q - I 1 1 1 1 I 1 - I I 1 - I I I i I E I I Ei.. -PICAYUNI m EIU! HJ IND E E ter ruling, he was ineligible at the end of the first semester and his absence somewhat weakened the team for the tournaments. Glenn Bell-Guard Bell, playing his second year of basketball, p l a y e d sensationally throughout the season. His close guarding was a feature in most of the games played. He proved his ability in guarding when he held players of the opposing teams from scoring as much as they usually did. He played a good brand of ball in both tourna- ments and was a main factor in the team's success. He is only a junior and will be back again next year to help put the fighting spirit into the squad. Tate Duley-Center Tate is captain of next year's five, and was one of the outstanding play- ers in the county. His height makes him an ideal player to break up the opposing team's formations and he proved this in many games this sea- son. His all-around playing in the district tournament won him a posi- tion on the first all-district team. He is fast and has a good eye for basket shooting, which will make him a very valuable man next year. He will make an ideal leader and with a complete team of experienced men should come through with a first class team. Scott In gle-Forward "Scottie" played an evenly balanced game throughout the season. He was our main scoring threat, always get- ting his share of the points. He played good ball in both tournaments and scored heavily against the strong- est teams. He was lightning fast, could dribble, pivot and shoot with the same ability. He was another of the squad that was named on the all- district team. He is a senior and his loss will be felt when next year's squad starts practice. ' Raymond Cooper-Forward "Bill" also is only a junior and will Page Thirty-Eight be with the team again next year. He played regularly during the second semester and proved he was a basket- ball star. The game was not new to him either, because he had been on the squad the year before. He is small but has the speed and ability to evade the best of guards. He is a point getter and always had several baskets to his credit when the game was over. The Subs Robert Welty-Center "Bob" played in several games dur- ing the season and showed his "stuff" He is fast and has a good eye for shooting, which will make him a valuable man next year. In several of the games he played, a large share of the scoring was done by him. He knows the game and will see more service on the hard Wood next season. Harold Davis-Guard Davis, a sophomore, saw service in several games and was developed in- to a good player. He has the speed and size and a fairly good eye for shooting. He also will be a valuable man to have next season. Buryl Cardiff-Forward Buryl, another sophomore, played in enough games to win a letter. He is a player determined to win, and puts the fight into the team. With a little more weight he should have a good season next year. ' "A good substitute is as valuable as a regular."-Brasel. THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT H. H. S., 22g Catlin, 21 Hoopeston played the strong Catlin five in her first game of the tourna- ment. The Catlin team had made a strong bid for supremacy in the coun- ty, but dope was now favoring H. H. S. The game started fast with Hoopeston taking an early lead. It looked as if Hoopeston would have an easy time defeating them, the score Ull nmim-L21

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