Harley Andrews


Harley Andrews

High School: Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 1953


Inducted 1989

Harley scored 37 points in the final two games of the 1953 state tourney. He was the Trester Award recipient for that year and was voted an All-State. Gerstmeyer, coached by Hall of Famer Howard Sharpe, won the 110-team Wabash Valley Tournament. He spent a year at Indiana State, then became the leading scorer in Western Europe Armed Forces in 1956. He returned to the University of Louisville, earning 3 varsity letters. He is half of one of the state's famous "brother acts." His twin, Hall of Famer Arley, was one class behind him because of a childhood injury.

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