WLHS Sports 1930

    1930 Boys Basketball Team

    West Linn played eight games in rapid succession, winning six of the eight and thus being allowed to enter the tournament at                                     Silverton. They defeated Canby and Woodburn each twice and lost two to Molalla. The season was quite long and the team                                         tipped it off by finishing second place in the Silverton tournament

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    Sam Nixon - Guard, Kenneth McLarty - Guard, Lawrence Randall - Center, Philip Tuor - Forward, Kenyon Davidson - Forward, Dennis Holland - Forward


    1930 boys football team photo #1
     Albert Carnor, Halfback

    Donovan Manning, Manager

    Dennis Holland, Halfback

    Randolph Herndon, End

    Kenyon Davidson, Quarterback
    1930 boys' football team photo #2
    Glen Herndon, End

    Donald Lehman, Halfback

    Kenneth Montgomery, Tackle

    Clarence Riley, End

    Edward Wells, End

    Donald Grey, Guard
    1930 boys' football team photo #3
    Allen Swenson, Tackle

    Donald Harkleroad, Tackle

    Sam Nixon, Captain & Fullback

    Chester Jarrett, Tackle

    Robert Wilson, Tackle

    Daniel Whedon, Center


    1930 Girls Basketball Team

    The basketball Girls had a very successful year, being defeated only twice during the entire season, losing those two games to Canby High School.

    Coach Baker developed a team of remarkable speed which played a good brand of ball throughout the entire season.
    Girls Basketball Team 1930 Girls Basket ball team
     Audrey Shipley - Forward

    Ruth Carrothers - Guard

    Dorothy LaLone - Guard

    Clara Rauch - Guard

    Eunice Morrell - Guard

    Sigree Hagen - Guard, Side Center
     Josephine Zaniker - Captain

    Phyllis Clark - Forward

    Irene Tucker - Center

    Maxine Tuor - Forward

    Cleo Hinds - Side Center

    Alice Stangel - Guard


    1930 Song & Yell Leader
    Much credit is due Maxine Tour for the high spirit of the school during the past year. This is Maxine's second year as song leader and she certainly has shown what she can do to arouse pep and enthusiasm at the games.

    Don Farmer has been yell leader for the past two years, and he has proven himself well suited for the position. Don was always on hand at the games with a snappy yell to pep up the team and the student body. The students appreciate Don's splendid leadership.