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' HE BASKETBALL season opened in November in the Parish House with ythe •ille. Both teams played well, but the ictory went to Pulaski with a score of dl to 16. Our next game was here with Rural Re- treat. This proved an easy dctory as the score indicated — 32 to 12. Pulaski’s first game off the home court was with Stonewall Jackson’s Prep. Team. This was one of the most e.xciting games of the season and we were proud of our victory of 15 to 7. Next we played Fries on the home court, the victory being ours. On Feb. 6 we played Salem on their court. Our opponents put up a good fight but they were unable to carry off the victory, the score being 25 to 16. The most one-sided game of the season was played with Marion on their court, the score being 45 to 2 in our fa ' or. The best game played in Pulaski was one with Salem. Pulaski was again the ictor 27 to 7. On March 10 we motored to Bristol to play for the championship of Southwest Virginia, in this game our opponents were ahead until the last few minutes of the game, when Pulaski rallied and again “brought home the bacon’’ by a score of IS to 16. After this game we were awarded a banner by the General Athletic Association of L niversity of irginia for the championship of the Fourth District. March 14 the champions of Districts 4 and 5 played in Roanoke in the semi-finals of the State contest. This was a good game the first half, the score being 7 to 2 in Roanoke’s favor; Pulaski played much better in the second half but was unable to surpass her opponents’ score. The final score was 13 to 9 in Roanoke’s ' favor. With prac- tically all of our squad back next year w ' e expect to go on to the finals. SCHEDULE P. H. S 31. ... at Pulaski . . . . . Wythe ' ille . 16 P. H. S 32. ... at Pulaski . . . . . Rural Retreat . 12 P. H. S 15. ... at Abingdon . . . Stonewall J ackson . . 7 P. H. S 17. ... at Pulaski . . . . . Fries V. W. C. A. .10 P. H. S 25 . ... at Salem . Salem . 16 P. H. S. . . . 45 . ... at Marion . . . . . Marion . 7 P. H. S 27. ... at Pulaski . . . . .Salem . 7 P. H. S 18. ... at Bristol . Bristol . 16 P. H. S 9. ... at Roanoke . . . . Roanoke 13 219 99 75
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74 Basketball Squad
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76 Baseball Squad
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