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Varsity Basketball Season
Our Varsity Basketball record this year showed one win in fifteen
games. The record does not show how close most of the games were. In
seven contests this year, Huntington lead for three quarters. In nine contests
Huntington led at the half. '
The new gym was being built and Huntington was forced to schedule
more games away on larger, strange courts. In spite of this,fans who followed
the boys closely saw,,much'exciting basketball.
Robert Uhrig, Oscar Uhrig, and Donald Mendenhall finished their
basketball at Huntington this season. They started every game and did a fine
job. With a little more experience on the larger court, these fellows could have
been rough for any county team. '
Eight Junior boys have been out for basketball two seasons now and
will be the first Senior class to the new gym. They will play together for the
most part next year. g
There is a fine Freshman-Sophomore team coming along. They will
play together exclusively, so that a good team can be developed at Huntington
each year, with proper facilities and gym floor-size to work with.
Probably the best games to remember in 1952-'53 were the early, local
games with Bainbridge and Twin. These were undecided until the last few
minutes. Coach C. O. Hurd.
W E THEY
45 Catholic Central 46
37 Twin 48
37 Southeastern 48
53 Bainbridge 61
59 Clarksburg 54
46 Unioto 68
43 Buckskin 49
48 Bainbridge 76
59 Unioto 77
58 Twin 100
31 Centralia 82.
46 Catholic Central 63
47 Southeastern 64
53 Wakefield 63
44 Kingston 70
Reserve Basketball Season
The Reserve Basketball squad this year closed it's 15 game schedule with
a record of 6 wins and 9 losses. Although this record is not too impressive, we
feel that this team has accomplished more than perhaps the record shows.
In the early part of the season, the squad was paced by Neil Uhrig who
proved himself worthy of varsity competition and was moved up to the varsity
squad. This loss temporarily. left the team on shaky legs, but after dropping games
to Southeastern and Bainbridge, we began to gain strength and turned back
Clarksburg and Unioto.
Future varsity talent began to appear in several Freshman and Sophomore
boys as the season progressed. These boys, along with others who had to sweat
out many games onthe bench, will be the nucleus of what we hope will be a better
than average varsity team in the future.
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To all the boys on the squad, we think they deserve a "thanks" for the
hard workand co-operation which they gave to their team and school this year.
Lowell Orr - Coach
26 Catholic Central 21
35 Twin 39
29 Southeastern 53
3 2 Bainbridge 43
35 Clarksburg 28
35 Unioto V 34
18 Buckskin 26
35 Bainbridge 44
45 Unioto 41
48 Twin 42
30 Centralia 42
37 Catholic Central 42
21 Southeastern 44
34 Wakefield 56
30 Kingston 51
Junior-Hi Basketball Season. '
We had a successful season finishing with five games won and five lost
in our scheduled games. We made 336 points against our opponent's 363. In our
only tournament game we lost 38-36 to Southeastern, who had beaten us previous-
ly by 15 points. Our squad consists of: Herbert Colburn, Jerry Herald, Dick
McGarvy, Donald Malott, Frederick Ray, Ronald Taylor, Ronald Uhrig, Jimmie
Adkins, Robert Barclay, David Diehl, David Dumm, Larry Edgington. These
following boysqwill be lost to the Junior-Hi next year. They will enter into Senior
high school. Donald Cline, Marvin Coppick, Ernest Daniels, Harry Goldsberry,
George Salyers, James Reed, Don Harrington. Mr. Kirkwood - Coach
37 Unioto 30
23 Bainbridge 37
36 Western 26
37 Unioto 49
27 Bainbridge 39
39 Twin Z8
39 St. Marys 48
39 Southeastern 54
47 Twin 31
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