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Highlander 1966

Highland Springs High School, Highlander 1966 Yearbook


4 INJURIES PLAGUE SPRINGER LASSIES Having practiced since the beginning of school, the Highland Springs girls' basketball team set out for its first game of the season with the top-rated Hermitage Panthers; and the Panthers remained on top by romping over the Lassies, 57-24. A t the second game of the season, the determined Lassies turned back the Douglas Freeman Rebels, 43-23. Sporting a l- l record, the Lassies met the highly-rated Blue Devils of Varina. The game was close, the lead changing hands several times during the second half. The regulation game ended with the score tied, 31-31. The first overtime went scoreless; but in the second overtime, the Blue Devils jumped to a 3 point lead and held it to the end. Even though the Lassies lost the next seven games straight, the girls played hard and to the best of their abilities, hampered as they were with injuries throughout the season. SPRINGERS OPPONENTS 27 Hermitage 57 43 Douglas Freeman 23 31 Varina 34 24 Henrico 51 32 Tucker 35 29 Hermitage 51 20 Douglas Freeman 36 24 Varina 37 34 Henrico 61 25 Tucker 30 Left Standing: Becky Graves, Joann Sears, Janet Story, M ary Hyman, W illiam son, Carolyn Jordaa. Kneeling: Nancy Young, C aptain, Patty Edith Mooney, Edith Messer, Susan Lohwasser, Judy Clark, Joanne Brown, Dorothy Kirby. 140

GYM SHOW INTRODUCES NEW TEAM TO SCHOOL Where else but at Highland Springs were the students able to boast a "karate expert" who, using one deft blow, could break six one-inch boards? In a gym show sponsored by the newly organized gymnastics team, Springers were treated to impressive feats o f strength and skill. Various singing and dancing acts accompanied by rock 'n roll groups were also a part of the entertainment which was designed to raise much needed funds fo r the team. Not only through the gymnastic team's efforts at the gym show but also through such achievements as a second place win in the District Gymnastics Tournament was the group successful in gaining its much deserved recognition. As a result of the team's rapid progress, its members looked forward to future successes. W a lte r G a rre tt and "W in k ie " Palmer combine hard work and muscular strength to achieve a fe a t o f gym nastic skill. A t the Gym Show, W a lte r G a rre tt, exhibiting his prowess in karate, breaks six boards before an amazed audience. 141

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