Clipped From Statesville Record And Landmark
., the Statesville Cll/vVt 1 W dttlVAsJ < State*viH« Girli Defeat Hickory Th* Blue and Gta* SiftteM ftl«* tip «IW| BMAifte GirtM-Klller* In Put* tin* IlkUrt Oui *f Ch4Mpl«!" | Mp R«ce—GrtynAitiuta Lew* 40 (A 9. While the 'StAtmllta glrid were with buttercups in their hair ory wait leading ft to t, hut when ttte Blue and Griy sisters #ot the buttercups out of their half And the butter off their Angers tho tide of bftttlo turned and they becume giant- killern in acorinpr 2f> point* while hoHint Hicleory to 8 points the rest of the way. But it wit? nn insiffnlflcant little happening thttt had nothing to do With basketball that counteracted the buttercup complex of the Stateiville toftfh and ruined the morale of the [Hickory team. Right at the height of the victory mnreh of the visiting lassie* thn eatttnln broke her bracelet and this so diverted her thought and action that she couldn't get going But Captain "Tootle" Jurney and her team mates were red hot Tuesday Tuesday nlf ht, nt> denying that. "Sin" ftot mad once but quickly put'hfcr foot on her temper and that wad that. Willie Willie Mac Cooper played the best game of her young life and contributed jwmightfully to the uphill drive which put tho Statesville team one point ahead by the half. Jurney wast sparkling all the way in tho battle to put Hickory out of tho championship running. Wilkins played a great defensive game as did Dotson and Allison. Gibbs and Rankin Rankin were trying hard but lady luck's face was turned against them. The Hickory team looked grout and certainly would have won had not the Statesville team been playing "ch inspired ball. Captain Cashion, Moser, M. Shuford, Little, Hall, nnd Summey know a lot of good basket- ball and made Statesville fight for every inch they gained. There is not much to say about the boys' 40 to 6 victory over Statesville. The local lads received quite an ovation when they scored their first point when Hickory had 16. The high school band helped keep a packed house entertained. They dish out some good music. Girls' game: Hickory (14) Statesville (26) M.Shuford, 2 f Cooper, 9 Gibbs .(c) Jumey, 16 Allison Dotson Little Hall Summey Io81 f. r ' 6 i. . Cashion,6(c) .f. . .f. .c. .g. •e• •e• g Wilkins Subs: Hickory—Whitener, Shuford, Zerden, Cannon, Abernathy, White; Statesville — Rankin, Stewart (1). Referee: Oliver.