Brothers Karl and Paul Heiner both played for Linton. Karl played the 1960-61 season. He was a crunch-time player and very good at making the right decisions on the basketball floor. He hit a jumpshot with just a few ticks left on the clock to extend the Blue Devil’s win streak that eventually ended at a record-tying 46-straight. Karl spent his college days at Bucknell and later became a college professor. I believe statistics are his thing. He is somewhere around 69 years-old and still participating in fullcourt basketball games. Paul was one of the top players on Linton’s 1963-64 team. He could leap and shoot, and he played the game very aggressively. Paul went on to West Point where he played for Bobby Knight for a while, then on to Plattsburgh. Paul is a successful business man and a very giving person. Their father was a pretty darn good player for Mont Pleasant decades and decades ago.