Cindy Shelton (Raughton)
Shelton was a terrific basketball player at tiny Avoca, which also produced Hall of Famer Max Williams. She played three years for the Wayland Baptist College Hutcherson Flying Queens that won an AAU national championship in 1960. She was also on an all-American team that went to Russia to play in the early 1960s. Shelton-Raughton becomes the second former player from the legendary Flying Queens to be selected to the Big Country Hall of Fame, joining Rose Mary Jones Delane of Trent.