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By Margaret Toal
For the Record 

Tournament raises funds for Litton scholarship

 

Last updated 4/9/2024 at 7:01pm

Coach H.N. "Moe" Litton, who worked more 30 years for Bridge City High School as a coach and athletic trainer, is legendary in the thoughts of his former students. His family keeps his legacy alive by supporting a college scholarship each year to a graduating Bridge City senior.

The H.N. Litton Scholarship Golf Tournament is the annual fundraiser for the scholarship and this year it will be April 27 at Babe Zaharias Golf Course. The deadline to register is April 13.

The tournament will be a four-person scramble with registration $400 per team. Individual sponsorship signs are available for $1200.

Information is available through his daughter, Mickey Litton Gisclar at [email protected].

Coach Litton passed away in 2018 at age of 91. He was a World War Veteran and after the war played football at Stephen F. Austin University and is in the school's Hall of Fame. He coached high school football in Texas, including Orangefield, before going to Bridge City for three decades. The football field at Bridge City High is named in his honor. Litton is also in the Southeast Texas Coaches Hall of Fame.

 

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