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J.D. Moomaw

 
Played basketball three years at Central, helping Wildcats to records of 20-8, 24-4 and 29-1. Averaged 16.5 points per game as a senior and was known as a deadly free throw shooter. Signed with Freed-Hardman Junior College where he played 1965-1966. Averaged 14.4 points a game as a freshman and 22.6 points per game as a sophomore. Was MVP of Hardin Invitational Tournament in 1966 and was second in scoring in the Dixie Junior College Conference in 1966. Chosen All-Region Basketball Square by National Junior College Athletic Association. Later played two seasons at Oklahoma Christian College, averaging 15.6 points as a junior and 10.8 points as a senior. Assistant Central Junior High basketball coach 1968-1976, with teams posting 127-45 combined record. Later served as assistant principal at Lauderdale County and Central high schools before serving as assistant superintendent of Lauderdale County schools.