North Carolina Newspapers

    Thursday, March 15, 1945
PKOCONIAN
Page Three
Wildcat Teams Drop First Round Contests
Gibsonville Too
Much For Girls
The girls’ basketball season
ended last Friday night (ker-
plop) with the game against the
Gibsonville sextet. The C. H. H. S.
girls played a spirited (and how!,
note the number of fouls) game,
but were outclassed all the way.
The highest scorer for Chapel
Hill was Dot Hogan who rang up
a total of 8 points. Twenty-two
points were scored by the Gibson-
villettes, leaving the final tally
at 22 to 11 in favor of guess who.
Starting for Chapel Hill were
forwards, Dot Hogan, Evelyn
Merritt, and Betty Sparrow;
guards, Barbara Cashion, Jackie
Merritt and Jackie Scott. Bootsie
Taylor and Ardie Hamilton sub
stituted for guard positions, and
Helen Phillips substituted at for
ward.
In the first second of her play
ing time, “Tuff” Taylor fouled.
“Hamfat” Hamilton likewise
fouled, no less than twice. In
fact, everybody that played fouled
at least once (which is unusual,
heh, heh, heh), “Careless” Cash-
ion especially. Jackie Scott played
such a good game that the oppo
sition had her removed from the
court.
“Yang” nearly threw a fit at
the “ref”; but afterwards stated
that she thought the girls (C. H.
H, S.) had played a good game.
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GIRLS
Chapel Hill (11) f ft pf tp
Merritt, E.,f 0 0 0 0
Phillips 2 0 2 4
Sparrow, f 0 0 10
Hogan, cf 15 17
Cashion, eg — — 3 —
Scott, g — — 4 —
Merritt, J., g — — 0 —
Taylor — — 1 —
Hamilton — — 2 —
Totals 3 5 14 11
Gibsonville (25) f ft pf tp
Gersinger, f 2 12 5
Haley, f 2 3 3 7
Flynn, cf 5 3 0 13
Walker, eg :— — 2 —
Russ — — 0 —
Inde, g — — 1 —
Stough — — 0 —
Childen, g — — 1 —
Huffine — — 2 —
Totals 9 7 11 25
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BOYS
Chapel Hill (22) f ft
Blake, f 2 3
Carroll, f 4 1
Cornwell, c 1 0
Carmichael, g 1 0
Teague 0 0
Olsen 0 1
Gobbel 0 1
Totals 8 6
Burl. “B” (24) f ft
Mason, f 4 1
WHghtebeiTy, f 1 1
Oakley 0 0
Isley, c 1 4
Brinkley, g 2 1
Bolick, g 0 1
Kezziah 0 0
Totals 8 8
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pf tp
0 9
12 24
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Burlington ‘B’ Team
Upsets Killians
Chapel Hill’s Wildcats dropped
their opener in the Burlington
Invitation Basketball tournament
to the Burlington High “B” team,
24-22.
The contest was a heart-
breaker for the Hillians as the
contest was won on a last-minute
field goal. The ’Cats had high
hopes of copping the tourney
title. However, every team has
ts bad day and that just hap
pened to be their off-day.
The same Burlington quint had
been previously defeated by
Chapel Hill’s “B” squad. As one
might imagine, the upset was a
hard blow to the Hillians.
The “game” was played in
Banner Warehouse in Burlington
and the final score was 24-22 in
favor of the Burlington “B”
team.
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