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Bobby Proctor Remembers I asked Bobby Proctor about his tenure in the Clear Creek District. He went from us to White Oak as a coach and still lives there after retiring as superintendent of schools crochet necklace. Here is his response: I started in League City (1952) teaching 6th grade and helping Johnny Puckett coach football and basketball. Seabrook and League City students played football at the school at Webster. Bennie Lenox was in my 6th grade classroom. I asked my students what their ambition in life would be. Bennie told me he wanted to be an All American basketball player. I told him it would take a lot of hard work and practice. He said he knew that and that he went home each day and got his lessons done first, then played basketball until it was bedtime. He did that every day. I used this many times to motivate the kids I coached and let them know it was more than having fun. It was a lot of hard work every day. George Carlisle and I started a 6th grade basketball team at League City
cartier love bracelet all diamonds. It was hard to get games and I remember playing Kinkaid which was always a tough team. But we always found a way to beat them. Our school district decided we could have two teams in the basketball district. League City and Seabrook were chosen as those teams. I left League City and went to Seabrook to coach their team. I worked for Mr. Bay at Seabrook. He was my principal cartier love silver. The first year was tough as the tallest boy I had was a little over 5 feet tall. We started from scratch but advanced quickly and started winning over League City and others. Some of the boys I had there were BoBo Fredericks, Edward Davis, and Norman Lunday.
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