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Among those to be honored will be Stanley Goins for golf; Judy Bull Biggs for basketball; and Walt Yowarsky, special category.Judy Bull BiggsBiggs was known for her two-handed set shot for the Charleston High School Pantherettes.Her mother was Blanche Bull, a homemaker and caretaker of Biggs and her five siblings: Don Bull, Ramona Reed, Alice Malone, Catherine Welchel and Bill Bull.Biggs played her first organized basketball during her freshmen year at Lamar.At Charleston, she was the designated free throw shooter.She hit 17 three throws in regional play, 13 of them in the second half of the game.Jim Smiddy told the newspaper, Biggs had the "best set shot."After graduating from Charleston, Biggs attended Tennessee Wesleyan College.She worked at Bradley Memorial Hospital, Bowater and then relocated to Iowa to work at Iowa State University.She retired in 1998 from Cleveland Utilities after 30 years of service. She was a member of the Lady Aces traveling basketball team.Biggs married Tom Biggs in 1965 at Broad Street United Methodist Church, where they have been members for 41 years.


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