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Jan Zitney

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What ever became of former Shelbyville guard Jan Zitney? I remember she had a brother who played baseball at MTSU. She was a great shooter & a great looking blonde.

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I played high school basketball with her brother Steve at Shelbyville Central. A great guy and good friend. Not sure where Jan is now. She played on state championship team in 74.

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Jan Zitney Bubb, here!  Thought it was interesting (and a bit amusing!) that someone out there wondered about my whereabouts!  After playing at MTSU and graduating with a B.S. degree with major in mathematics and minors in biology and secondary education, I taught high school mathematics (Alg I, Geometry, Alg II) for 15 years in a number of different states as my husband moved as promotions were offered.

Raised 3 wonderful sons.  Now have 8 grandchildren!!  (Two sets of twins, boy/girl; boy/girl to our youngest son!  What are the odds?)

Since 2009, I have been competing in the Senior Games (held odd years throughout our nation and must be 50 or older to compete) with a team from Colorado (that I joined during our stint in that state).  Been so much fun getting back out on the court again after a 30 year hiatus!  

Having played half-court 6-on-6 back in high school (Shelbyville Central High in Tennessee) before high school girls' basketball converted to full-court 5-on-5, that experience has given me a bit of a leg-up as the Senior Games' basketball game is a half-court, 3-on-3, affair!  Still putting Bobby Locke's 3-on-3 triangle offense into play as it is hard to beat if a team has 3 shooters!  ;)

That's about it! 



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