Jackie Moreland, Calvin Natt, Larry Wright, Jimmy Jones and Bob “Butterbean” Love.
Only trouble is this:
On our All-Time North Louisiana teams, they are on the second squad.
And the following names have to settle for a third unit berth:
Paul Millsap, P.J. Brown, Orlando Woolridge, Glynn Saulters and Bob “Lil’ Abner” Hopkins.
Is that downright awe-inspiring or what, to have some of the most successful and decorated players in hoops history be assigned second/third team slots?
Grambling State University officially introduced its new men’s and women’s basketball coaches during a press conference last week. Women’s basketball Coach Nadine Domond (left) and men’s basketball Coach Shawn Walker were named as the new leaders of GSU’s hoops programs. Dormand previously served as an assistant coach (2002-03) at Hampton University when that team was coached by current GSU Interim Athletics Director Patricia Cage-Bibbs.
Mark Van was the winning pitcher with a one-hit, eight-strikeout performance and also had two runs batted in with a single and stolen base to help guide Cedar Creek to a 13-0 rout over Montgomery on Wednesday.
Other leads for the Cougars (18-8) were Jacob Antee (single, run), Jacob Brown (two singles, RBI, run), Austin McNeill (two singles, two RBIs, run), Aaron Hunt (three singles, three RBIs, run), Brian Chicola (single, two runs, stolen base), Grant Clary (two-run home run, two RBIs, run), Wes Gresham (run) and Cole x (run).
ARLINGTON, Texas — Preston Beck was four-of-five at the plate with two RBIs and the Mavericks touched up the Louisiana Tech pitching staff for 11 runs on 16 hits to knock off the Bulldogs 11-6 Wednesday night at Clay Gould Ballpark.