Cardinals met with plethora of support in first game back

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(December 31, 2014) — The Lingleville Faithful were loud and proud in support of their Cardinals in Tuesday’s game at Glen Rose. It was their first game back on the hardwood since the passing of teammate Bart VanKranenburg, 16 and a junior, on December 21.

Lingleville fans provided a standing ovation as the Cardinals took the court, and even in the waning moments of a 65-15 loss to the 3A state-ranked Tigers, gave their team a standing ovation.

 

Gus Boeve of Lingleville donned the T-shirts made in memory of Bart VanKranenburg for the Cardinals' game in Glen Rose Tuesday.
Gus Boeve of Lingleville donned the T-shirts made in memory of Bart VanKranenburg for the Cardinals’ game in Glen Rose Tuesday. || Photo contributed
The Cardinal faithful provide a standing ovation. || Photo contributed
The Cardinal faithful provide a standing ovation. || Photo contributed
Lingleville fans at Glen Rose Tuesday. || Photo contributed
Lingleville fans at Glen Rose Tuesday. || Photo contributed

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