When Sam Kiser was a sophomore at Edmunds High School in the 1960s, he played basketball for the school and head coach Charles "Charlie" Hodgin.
"He told me, 'You're a pretty good point guard, but your footwork is kind of weak,' Kiser recalls. 'I …
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