Glenn Loucks
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5'11" 162 lbs Guard
HS: Oneida Oneida, NY
Born:  
Season Stats
Season Cl Pos G GS FG FGA % FT FTA % Fls DQ Pts PPG
1927-28 So G/F 7      
   
    3 0.4
1928-29 Jr G 7      
   
    2 0.3
Career    
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5
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Glenn Loucks was a reserve guard on the Syracuse basketball team for two seasons. Loucks was an outstanding athlete at the University. He would letter twice in football and he was also a pitcher on the baseball team. Loucks was a fullback and a place kicker for the football team. His older brother Clinton Loucks was a star on the Syracuse track team.

Loucks would play on the basketball team his sophomore and junior seasons.

Loucks would become the head basketball coach at White Plains High School in 1931, and would eventually become the team's football coach (reaching legendary status) and the physical education director. From 1948-1952, with his son Dean at quarterback, the White Plains football team would win 35 straight games.

In 1930, Loucks and his wife Eleanor had started a Camp Mohawk, a day camp. The camp grew and became very successful, and the Loucks ran it until 1959. He would serve in the Navy in World War II.

Glenn Loucks passed away in 1962. He would be inducted into the Westchester County Hall of Fame in 1976.

The prestigious Glenn Loucks Memorial Games (track & field) at White Plains High School are named in his honor, starting in 1968. This event is one of the nation's top track and field events for high school athletes.

 

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