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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, February 27, 1982, Page 5, Image 5

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r I! U I- . ' 4 XI ? . .V' ' : I'j.; ' - ; ,". ... ... . -..... .. , ' "1 $rr : if . 41 Hillside Blasts Vance In Opener; Loses To Durham High By B. Dawson , Hillside's varsity' basketball team opened the Big Six Conference tournament Monday night with a runaway ,71-34 victory over ; visiting Henderson Vance. i Hillside held a 42-21 lead at the end of three quarters, and was never threatened throughout the contest. Hornet head, coach Leondras Williams played each of 1 his ball players in the win ; over Vance and received outstanding perfor mances from sophomore guards Fred Young and Demorris Tucker. Both Young and Tucker mov-. ed up from the JV team 13 points, against Vance, while Tucker added 10. Senior guard Steve Reed ; and John Davis led the ' Hornets in scoring with 16 points. Reed sat out the entire second half. Davis snatched down 7 rebounds and Antwain Smith grabbed 10 for the Hornets. Last Friday, Hillside beat Durham High on the Bulldogs' home court in overtime 55-54. Durham High actually led 52-50 with 2:32 left in regulation. But Hornet guard Fred Young cann ed two free throws to send the game into over time It ws John Davis' 3-point play in overtime which lifted the Hornets scorer with followed by with 10. For " Coach Graves' . Bulldogs, freshman center Bryant Carrington tossed in 19 points and ' Rodney Perkins totaled II. Kip Leathers and Ronnie Burton added 10 each for the Bulldogs. DURHAM HIGH TAKES HILLSIDE 74-56 - Durham : hauled , bounds I points, Jimmy ' Rodney 17 points, Steve Reed down 1 13 re- and scored 13 while - forward . Perkins: led the Bulldogs in scoring with 16 points. v , Durham High' Ron nie Burton played ex- " tremely good defence m Durham High's kin over Hillside, saicj Bulldog coach Ji mmy ;: Graves-' Burton pressured . the Hornet guards,; forcing several turnovers, and High nnisnea inc game witn i. puiuib. aciuur Kuaru . ATLANTIC CITY, N J.-WBA light heavy weight champion Michael Splnks l" 2 the face of challenger Mustapha Wassaja(l) in the sfxlh round. Spinks retained his title with a knockout in : Am ' ' v UPI Photo the sixth round. Virginia Union, Norfolk State Advance To C I AA Women's Finals last week providing the over Durham High, varsity with a big boost. Davis finished the game ' Young connected for , as the leading Hornet RnllHrnc ant rpupnop in a 74-56 win over Hillside -KiP Leathers Wednesday night at Paul' P's- byKes uymnasium in round two of the Big Six Tournament. Bulldog 6-6 freshman center Bryant Carrington controlled the backboards throughout the game. Carrington aIed 10;: Hornet head coach;' Leondras Williams saidj the Hornets lost their ag gressiveness.early against J' Durham High. Hillside's only lead was at 8-7 dur-; Continued on Page 8) Northern Division champ Virginia Union and runner-up Norfolk State advanced to the finals of the C1AA Women's ; Tournament to be held at the Norfolk Scope on Saturday, . February 27 at 5:30 p.m. Virginia Union raced past . Johnson C. Smith ' 95-54 in one semi-final ( contest while Norfolk State upset Southern Division champ Fayet teville State 90-77. . ' Shaw 77-61 in . their opening round contest. Norfolk State reached the semi-finals by upen ding St. Augustine's 80-59. Other first round contests saw J. C. Smith beat Elizabeth City 7 1-59 and Fayetteville defeat a stubborn Hampton quint 57-45. Maria Nicholson led a . balanced Va. Union at tack with 29 points, 12 . assists and 9 steals. She also had 7 rebounds. Veta Williams had 21 points and 9- rebounds for the Lady Panthers. Barvenia Wooten bagged 16, Rosaline Pinkney 13 and Paris McWhirter 11. , Odelia Johns and Unithia Banks each had 10 points for Smith. J C .SMITH (54) Marsha Alex ander 6, Crystal Taylor 7, Pat Richardson 4, Odelia Johns 10, Arlene Montgomery 6, ' Phyllis Washington 4, Lillian Wilder 4, Unithia ; Banks 10, Chandi Truesdate 3, Barbara .Taylor,' 'Sheryl Goode. 1 ' V A UNION (97) Barenla Wooten 16, Paris McWhirter )1. Veta , Williams 21, Maria Nicholson 29, Rosaline Pinkney 13, Lisa Smith' 5, Tina Lewis 2. Halftlme: Va. Union 49-25. Norfolk 90, Fay St 77 Norma Knight : and Alyia Gaines each scored 18 points in leading Nor folk State to an upset1 over Fayetteville State. Miranda - Bryant added.: 15, Norma Moore 13, and Beverly Davis 12. Knight led all players with 15 rebounds and points. ST AUG (59) Donna Johnson 5, Cynthia Tyson 4, Sabrlna Douglas 6, Janice Williamt 9, Lisa White 23, Willette Oxner 4, Bonttl Goode 6, Yvonne McLean 2, Lisa Cobh. NORFOLK ST (80) Miranda Bryant 8, Norma Moore 6, Norma Knight 25, Beverly Davis 14,. Alyia Gaines 4, Sharon Wallace 9, Teresa Murphy. Reglna Taylor 8, Mary Boone 2, Zina Williams 2, Annette Day 2, Lorna Williams. ", Halttime: Norfolk St 28-27. J C Smith 71 f Eliz City 59 Odelia - Johns led a fast-breakine J . ; C. lU.asSIStS. "i nolhtS and 1 1' assistsvtis I." Rnsnmiirii ImaV Anlska Buller. " . .. i n ' ...!iL'. '.'7. '"J- - . . ultl.. Cam Caa . : tne lyaay Broncos wun defeated blizabetn City Hampton 57-45. Con-' cetha ; Smith had 15 points and Sherlyn Drayton 12. . Toni Goodman led Hampton with 14 points : and 18 rebounds. , HAMPTON (45) Debbie Oepais"' 6, Toni Goodman 14, Carol Holland 6, Debra Clark 1, Cheryl Cotton 6, Lisa Segura 4, Anita Dixon 5,' Deryle Pridgeon 1. Sdrrya Newkirk 2, Vikl Thomas, Kim Johnson, Monique Sykes. v . : FAY, STATE i (57).. Vs.-nic Rharnn Jnnftfi 1fi fttnttStr- i t 25 "points. : Sherlyn' Dfayton had 17, Veronica Stewart 12, Sharon Jones 11 and 11 rebounds and Dianthia' Morris 10 points. FAY ST (77) Sherlyn. Drayton 17, Cdncetha Smith 25, Sharon Jones 11, Annette Stringfield, Veronica Stewart 12, Dianthia Morris -10, Aniska Butler, Rosemary Toval 2. NORFOLK ST (90) Miranda Bryant 15, Beverly Davis 12, Nor ma Knight 18, Norma Moore 13, Alvia Gaines 18, Reglna Taylor 8, Sharon Wallace 4, Mary Boone 4, Tresea Murphy. Halttime: Norfolk St 49-32. Norfolk St 80, St Aug 59 Norfolk StaHe1 rallied to take a 28-27 halftime lead in sailing to an 80-59 win over St. Augustine's in the opening contest of the CIAA Women's Tournament at "NCCU's McDougald Gym. Nor- , ma Knight led the Lady Spartans with 25 points sand 20 rebounds.. s Bev Davis 14. Lisa, White paced St. 71-59. Smith built a 38-25 halftime lead. ; Marsha Alexander had 17 points and 10 re bounds for Smith.' Arlene Montgomery ad ded 13 and Pat Richard son 12 points and 11 re bounds. Deborah Fogle paced the Lady Vikings with 16. points. Diana Chavers had 12 and 15 rebounds and Francine Godwin 10 points. ELIZ CITY (59) Deborah Madison 5, Francine Godwin 10, Diana Chavers 12, Grace Bell 5, Oeborah Fogle 16, Eula Woodson 3, Sheila Parker 8, Selena Freeman, Vanessa Gray, Sherrl Riddick. J C SMITH (71) Marsha Alex ander 17, Crystal Taylor 8, Pat Richardson 12, Odelia Johns 21, Arlene Montgomery 13, Phyllis Washington, Lillian Wilder, Sheila -.Parker. , Halftlme: J Smith 38-25. Fay St 57, Hampton 45 Sharon Jones hit 16 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in leading Augustine's with 23 Fayetteville State past Iff... You Can Matte Money now!!! writing for State, Regional and National Magazines As well as Local Newspapers i ... k' ; ' f -y ' - LET US SHOW YOU HOW!!! Enroll now in our 1 0-week Free-lance Writing progriim;We Guarantee Results! This hardhittastraighfrom-the-shoulcler course is taught by a top free-lance writer, with more than 12 years experience writing for newspapers and magazines. 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Paris McWhirter had 14 and Lisa Smith 11. Betty Buie led Shaw with 17 points, Janice Williams had 13. SHAW (61) Judy Kandrlck 6, Betty Bule 17, Kim Ambrose 8, Lynn Tabb, Janice Williams 13, Val Bozeman 6, Sharon Simms 4, Sharon Robinson 6, Wanda Barnes 1, Adrienne Parretts. VA UNION (77) Barvenia Wooten 16, Paris McWhirter 14, Veta Williams 16, Maria Nicholson 16, Denise Kizzie, Rosaline Pinkney 4, Tina Lewis, Lisa Smith 11. Halftime: Va. Union 35-28. Last Shift Bowling Scores The Last Shift Bowling League scores for February 18: Ladies v . high game: 225-Josephine Wade. Ladies high series: 580-Josephine Wade. 51 t-Pearl LUes; SOO-Florence Roberson. , Men's Wgh game:,, 229-Buck Parker, 205-Milton Jones, 203-Same Dowes. 199-Guster Lewis. 195-Jimmie Cook. Men's high Series: 558-Jimmie Cook. 557-Sam Dowes and Buck Parker,. 521-Harvey Grahanv. 511 -.Milton Jones. 505-Leroy Walters. High Team Game: 829 Bad Habits. High Team Series: 2442-Bad Habits. Hazel Plummer Bowling Scores The Hazel B., Plummer Bpwjing League scores for February 22;: Ladies high game: 207-Dee Plummer. 202-Flo Roberson. 197-Missouri Morris.. Ladies high series: 548-Erma Reid. 547-Nancy Rowland. 625-Priscilla Malloy. - Men's high game: 202-Joseph Parker. 198-f-Bird Roberson. : 195-Wallace Royal and George Thome. Men's high series: 557 -Ronald . Miller, , 549-James Harrington. 540-T-Bird Roberson. Others 523-Flo Robersdn. 502-Missoun 'Morris. 534-George Thome. 522-Joseph Parker, 506-Wallace Royal. . , Four-game winners: Pacefs No ! 16 . . Split Conversions. Erma Reid. 4-7-9 , 1 High Team - Game: 810, Screwballs. : High Team Series: 2362. Pacers. .... . ... m ) A !f v L Ji v.; m. J '-pi,,....,., , iwt fi' liwwwMMwN J 1 - - 1 '4 HOUSTON The Houston Rockets were literally flying high over the sEattle Supersonics, as Allen Leavell (top) proves to Seattle guard Gus Williams in this first quarter action ofahe game at the Summit. The Rockets won lI7to 100. ' ijpipw.. 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