Three former athletes will become the newest inductees into the Central Baptist College Sports Hall of Fame during a banquet at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Mabee Student Services Dining Hall.
Bruce Andrews, a 1976 graduate, was the Mustangs’ leading scorer and rebounder during his career with also the highest field goal percentage. He was the Oustanding Player in the Ozark Junior College Athletic Conference and played on a mission basketball team in Brazil in 1986. While at CBC, he earned the Highest Academic Achievement Award. He’s currently Chief Financial Officer of First Electric Cooperative in Jacksonville.
Robin Fagala played basketball for the Mustangs from 1962-64, leading the team in scoring and rebounding and served as team captain in 1963. He spent 30 years in law enforcement and is a retired Chief U.S. Marshal of the Northern District of Oklahoma.
Sandy Taylor led CBC in 3-point field goal percentage and assists from 1985-87. As a coach, he led the Dover girls to the Class AAA state basketball championship in 2000 and was named KARV Dream Team Coach of the Year. He has been inducted into the Dover High School Hall of Fame. He is currently minister of adminstration and outreach at First Baptist Church in Dover.
Tickets are $10 and information can be obtained from Jeff Riddle, 329-6873, Ext. 135.
The Lady Cat Basketball Camp, for students in grades 4-7, will be May 1-4 at Buzz Bolding Arena. The skills and drills camp, coordinated by Conway High players and coaches, will be from 4:30-7 p.m. each day.
Each camper will receive a T-shirt and instruction in all phases of the game.
Cost is $30. Checks, payable to the Conway Athletic Booster Club, should be sent to Athletic Office, Attn: Coach Ashley Nance, 2300 Prince St., Conway, 72034. For more information, call 450-6631 or email email@example.com.
Alex Ebmeyer of Vilonia has committed to run track for Arkansas-Little Rock.
He recently won the 800 meters in the UCA Open meet in 1:54.05. In unofficial state high school rankings, he has the No. 1 800 time in 1:54.92 and is in second place in the 400 at 49.07.
He is a son of Michael and Shelley Ebmeyer of Vilonia.