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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 06, 1982, Page 5, Image 5

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SAT., MARCH 6, 19M iricCAnuuftATiiRtS , Prepare Future Olympians . ByDonnleR.Tuck Howard University track coach Williani P. Moultrie has been a long-time advocate i. of the no-nonsense ap proach to track: "We dpn't make execuses, we just line up and go." It is a philosophy that has produced 28 All Americans at Howard and resulted in some record-setting times It has also brought Moultrie a rapid in troduction and ascendency. - into the realm of national and in ternational track com petition. This summer, Moultire will attempt to use his proven methodology to motivate some of this country's top track and field talents as head coach of the East team of the U.S. Olympic Committee's National Sports Festival.' Last year, Moultrie was selected as the U.S. Olympic Committee's national co-chairman for the 200 meters and regional chairman for the event. He was also named asssistant coach for the National Sports Festival's East team. As sprint chairman for, the East region of the United States, Moultrie went to the World Cup Games in Rome last fall to do research in a new technique that he has, developed "The Con- Moultrie cept of Pacing in the 200 Meters." "The concept of pac ing in the 200 meters grew out of a question I had in my mind that 'if a person wanted to run a 20.5; where should he be at given intervals?' " Moultrie explains. "Working with Dr. Johnny Richardson of the4 Howard Physics Department, we were, able to answer the ques tion" from a scientific standpoint." The scientific-minded coach presented the fin dings of bis research to the National Athletic Congress, the national governing body of track and. field in this country, and the Olympic Com mittee last December in Reno, Nevada. Moultrie became, 1 I . E s ; I ''.'1 I ' I 1 1 I ON HER WAY TO THE 1984 OLYMPICS, Diane'Dixon, 17, the nation's second-ranked high school quarter miler, takes her marks front Fred Thompson, coach of the world famous Atoms Track Club and Meet Director of the Colgate Women's Games. Dixon is among the top 200 finalists from series this year.-The Colgate Women's Games are the Knowledge, world s' largest track and field series for women. High lights of the Finals from Madison Square Garden held March 1 can be seen on cable outlets across the nation. Check your local listings for date and time. Howard's head track coach as well as assistant,, football coach in 1973. in his second year at the helm of the Bison's track program, the school's first All-America mile relay team was produc ed. Despite not having an indoor track facility for practice, the Bison mile relay team finished se cond in the nation in the 1977 NCAA indoor championships, and ran a school-record, 3:05.0, while placing fourth in the NCAA outdoor meet. The Olympic Commit tee took notice of Moultrie's mile relay's consistent performances and, in 1978, named him assistant director for the National Sports Festival. In 1979, Moultrie was appointed to the Na tional Sprint Staff for the Olympic Committee. Before coming the Howard, Moultrie was an assistant football coach at Stanford University for five yars. It was also during his tenure at Stanford that the football team won back-to-back Rose Bowl championships in 1971 and 1972, the last school to do so. Although his career has advanced to Olympic coaching, he still worked hard at fine-tuning Howard's track team. The university's Ail American mile relay team recently registered the fastest indoor time in the Country this year to win. that event at the , U.S. .Olympic Invita tional ."U 'Meet at the KMadow arras 'Hn'- -tiast Rutherford, N.J. It also established a new meet record in winning that event at the Princeton Relays earlier this month. In assessing his coaching career, the former football and track standout at Texas Southern University says his aspirations are not to be ' a full-time Olympic coach, but to continue to "work with athletes who are in the Howard pro gram. "Often times, we set our goals on being an Olympics coach, and we neglect the walk-on athlete who might never make it to the Penn Relays of the the NCAAs," ; Moultrie reasons. "But this shouldn't mean that he can't receive the same technique, and training methods that the Olympians receive. 7 ,? ' - m ' m A A X: y v If ' :Sie ; - V ' 1 WSRC SURESHOTS Basketball Team Is On The Move We want to help your non profit club or civic group raise money Schedule a basketball game with The WSRC' SURESHOTS for results you can take to the bank. For further information write: The WSRC SURESHOTS P.O. Box 1331 Durham, N. C. 27702 Hazel Plummer Bowling Scores The Hazel B. Plummer Bowling ,. League scores-tor March t; -- Ladies high game: 224, 216-Erma Reid. 198-Flo Roberson and Walterene Parrlsh, 197-Dee. Plummer. ; - ' Ladles high series: 608-Erma Reid. 531-Fto Roberson. ' 525-Missourl Morris. : Men's high game: 230-Jim Dyer, '212-T-Bird Roberson. 202-Jimmy Harrington. Men's high series: 568-Jimmy Harrington, 566-Jim Dyer, 557-Adolphus Caviness. Others: 533-T-Bird Roberson, 531-Geprge Thorrte, 522-Charles Parker, 511-Jarius .Wilson, 510-Joseph Garner, 500-Wallace Royal, 500-Howard Fitts. 524-Nancy Plnckney, 505-Walterene Parrlsh. . Four-game winners: Odds and Ends, Lots of Luck. High Team Game: 834, Pacers. High Team Series: 2388, Screwballs. Last Shift Bowling Scores The Last Shift Bowling League scores for February 25: Ladies high game: 197-Eva McKoy, 193-Amanda Kornegay, 192-Nancy Rowland. Ladies high series: 515-Florence Roberson, 501 - Josephine Wade, 496-Amanda Kornegay, 493-Nancy Rowland. Men's high game: 206-Erlc Roberson, 201-Buck Parker,. 197-Keston Bass. Men's high series: 532-Eric Roberson, 527-Buck Parker, 502- Harvey Graham, 493-Keston Bass. High Team Game: 828-Bad Habits. High Team Series: 2391-Bad Habits. Bulldogs Are Edged By Tigers 50-48 By B. Dawson Durham High Bulldogs led Chapel Hill Tiger 48-47 with :05 re maining in last Friday's finals of the Big Six con i ferenceourhament, fejrt - lost- to- the unbeaten Tigers, who now stand 33-0, on a last second miracle jump shot by Thomas Edwards. Chapel Hill trailed the Bulldogs at the end of the third quarter, 37-35. The two teams traded leads throughout the fourth quarter until Durham High nearly ic ed the win at 48-47 with . only :05 left in regula tion. Chapel Hill's Ed wards sank an outside jumper and was fouled by Durham High's Ron nie Burton after the shot. Edwards was awarded the shot and made the free throw, giving he Tigers their thirty-third straight win over two seasons. Young, 6-6 freshman center Bryant Carrington scored 14 points for Durham and pulled down 14 rebounds. Coach Jimmy Graves said Carrington handled the boards very well against the Tigers along with 6-5 junior Rodney Perkins. Perkins hauled down six rebounds, 5-1 1 senior guard Burton totaled 14 points, and 6-3 senior swing forward David Clinton connected for ten points. Durham meets Asheville High Wednes day in the first round of the State 4-A playoffs. Asheville varsity team now stands at 24-2. Graves says his team is not afraid of the com petition and should make a good showing. The Bulldogs will look to Burton,; Clinton .and Carrington for scoring power throughout the tourney, said Graves. Kip Leathers, 5-10 senior guard, and Perkins are considered the Bulldogs' defensive playmakers. Center Carrington is averaging 10 points and 10 rebounds per game. Burton and Clinton are also scoring around 10 points per' contest. Clin ton is dishing out right at 6.0 assists per game. Hampton Pirates Win 37th Annual CIAA Tourney NORFOLK Hamp ton won the 37th CIAA Basketball Tourney with a come-from-behind 68-67 win over St. Augustine's College in overtime held Thursday through Saturday at the Norfolk Scope. Hank Hanker son hit a 30 foot shot with 1 second left in overtime lifting Hamp ton to its first ever CIAA basketball tourney win. The Falcons had held the ball nearly all of the five minutes before Emanuel Chapman hit a 14 foot bank shot with seven seconds left. ' Hampton rallied from a 58-45 deficit with 2:51 teft in the game. Greg Hines, Most Valuable Player for the tourney, hit a 12 foot jumper with 4 seconds left in regula tion giving the Pirates a 65-all tie. Tony Washington led the Pirates with 22 points including 2 three pointers. Hines followed with 15 points and 15 re bounds and Hankerson chipped in 12 points. Emanuel Chapman led a balanced St. Augustine's attack with 18 points. Donald Caroll had 15, Marvin Cook and Mark Davis a dozen apiece, and An thony Rogers 10. Hampton had reached , the finals by defeating Winston-Salem 70-69 and Johnson C. Smith 61-56. St. Augustine's upset Virginia State 97-82 and Fayftteville State 85-74 in reaching the finals. The Falcons made the tourney when they defeated Shaw in a jlayolfia&t,. .Monday night. St. Aug (67) Carroll 15, Rogers 10, Bailey, Chapman 18, Cook 12, Davenport, Davis 12, Smith, Lind say, Bennett, Johnson, HoDoway. Hampton (68) Godwin 8, Hines Mm m a e II I n is, mooro d, rwiKorsoii c, Washington 22, Garrick, Owens 3, Miller, Banks, Johnson 2, Nicholson, Austin. Halftime: St. Aug. 30-28. Va Union 61 .Norfolk 60 Four Pantherettes scored in double figures as Virginia Union rallied ' for a 61-60 win over the Norfolk State Spartanet tes in the Women's Championship game. Virginia Union had rallied from a 38-31 at 17:57 to go ahead for good 39-38 at 15:58 on a 17 foot jumper by Maria Nicholson. Simultaneously, VUU's head coach Thomas Har ris suffered an apparent heart attack on the sidelines and play was halted for approximately 45 minutes. The Pantherettes voted unanimously to return to the floor and play the game for Coach. They built up a 54-41 lead with 8:47 to go i before settling for a 61-60 win and their se cond consecutive cham ' pionship. Denise Kizzie.led the Pantherettes with 15 points, Maria Nicholson and Veta Williams had 13 points apiece and Barvenia Wooten. Norma Knight led the Spartanettes with 16 ' points and 13 rebounds. Alvia Gaines had 14 and' Miranda Bryant 11 points. , Williams had a game high 14 rebounds. Norfolk St (60) Miranda Bryant 1 1 , Beverly Davis 1 , Norma Knight 16, Norma Moore, Alvia Gaines. 14, Reglna Taylor 7, Sharon Wallace 3, Teresa Murphy 8, Mary Boone. Va Union (61) Barvenia Wooten 10, Pans McWhirter 8, Veta Williams 13, Maria Nicholson 13, Denise Kizzie 15, Lisa Smith 2, Tina Lewis. Halftime: Norfolk St 36-29. St Aug 97, Va State 82 St. Augustine's upset favorite Virginia State 97-82 in the opening con test of the 37th Annual i CIAA Tourney. Donald Carroll and Marvin Cook paced the Falcons with 25 and 21 points respectively as the Tro jans, a finalist last year, couldn't get untracked. The Falcons moved out to a 51-41 halftime lead. Anthony Rogers and Emanuel Chapman add ed 14 and 13 points respectively. Darrell Stith led Virginia State with 24 points. Julius Norman had 23 and Clif f Sraughn 15. St Aug (97) Carroll 25, Rogers 14, Bailey 8, Chapman 13, Cook 23, Undsey 4, Hollowly 1, Davis 1, Johnson, Davenport, Bennett 2, Smith, Trotter 2, Garrett 2, Lynah Va State (82) Stith 24, Norman 23, Pratt 2, Threatt 4, Carter 2, Wood 7, Straughn 15, Bush 4, Whitaker, Lee, Dixon 1, Smith, Satterwhite. Halftime: St Aug 51-41. J C Smith 81, Norfolk St 61 Bleu Oliver and Bill Tibbs combined for 38 points and 24 rebounds in leading Smith to a shocking 81-62 win over Norfolk State. The loss was the worst defeat for a Norfolk State quint in CIAA Tournament play. Phil Flores had 11 points and 14 assists as the .Southern Division champion Golden Bulls routed the Spartans. Guard Mike Manley led Norfolk with 24 points and 1 1 rebounds. David Pope was the other double figure scorer for the Spartans with 16. Norfolk St (62) Pope 16, Davis 6, Haynes 1, Walker 6, Manley 24, Thomas, Stallworth 4, Scott 2, Thomas 3. J C Smith (81) Tlbbs 15, Oliver 23, Phil Smith 9, Crawford 2, Flores 11, McGruder 9, Pete Smith 4, Jackson 4, Matthews 2, Coley 2, Parks, Bookman. Halftime: J C Smith 36-24, Fay State 71, Va Union 62 Richard Robinson hit 8 points in the first half narrowing a 10 point Va. Union and Bonny McNeil dazzled the Pan thers with 26 points in leading Fayetteville State to a 71-62 win over Virginia Union. McNeil, co-CIA A Player of the Year, at 5-7 from Durham's Hillside High, connected on 8 of 12 field goals and was true on all ten of his free throws. He also dished out 5 assists. Herman Ford paced the Panthers with 12 points. Curtis Powell added 11. Fayetteville State shot 53.5 from the floor to, the Panthers 50o The shorter Broncos won the battle of the boards 33-26. Va Union (62) Powell 11, Wall 7, Oakley 9, Ford 12, Brown 3, Singleton 8, Carter 8, Christian, Hughes 4, Dalton, Hunnlcutt, Johnson. Fay State (71) Cowing 3, Btackwel 2, Person 8, McNeil 26, Russell 5, Robinson 20, Singleton 7. Halftime: Va Union 32-30 Hampton 70, W-Salem 69 Gerald Moore hit a follow-up shot with one second left lifting Hamp ton to a 70-69 win over Winston-Salem in the nightcap of the opening round. Greg Hines and Tony Washington combined for 46 points in pacing the Hampton Pirates. Hines had a game high 11 rebounds in addition to his 24 points. Therman Greene had a game high 30 points for the Rams, who didn't make the tournament last year. Kevin McCray-had J 4 and Tyrone Grandberry 10. W-Salem (69) Grandberry 10, Vaughn 5, Mason 6, McCray 14, Greene 30, Womack, Mitchell 4, Watkins. Hampton (70) Godwin 2, Moore 9, Hines 24, Hankerson 5, Washington 22, Owens 4, Garrick 2, Johnson, Nicholson, Miller 2. Halftime: W-Salem 38-35. St Aug 85, Fay State 74 Donald Carroll led five St. Augustine's players in double figures with 23 points in its 85-74 win over the Bron cos of Fayetteville State. Carroll had a game high 12 rebounds. Others in double figures for the Falcons were Marvin Cook 18, Anthony Rogers 16, Emanuel Chapman 12,, and Mark Davis 10. Bonny McNeil led all scorers with 30 points. Richard Robinson had 18 and Dino Russell 12. St Aug (85) Carroll 23, Bogers 16, Bailey, Chapman 12, Cook 18, Holloway 2, Davis 10, Johnson 2, Bennett 2. Fay State (74) Cowling 2, Blackwell 7, person 5, McNeil 30, Russell 12, Robinson 18, Hrris, Singleton. Halftime: St Aug 30-26. ' Hampton 61, J C Smith 56 Greg Hines and Tony Washington scored 20 points each as Hampton held off Johnson C. Smith 61-56. Zack Owens chipped in 11 points for the Pirates. Hines had 13 rebounds for Hampton, Gerald Moore 12. Bleu Oliver led Smith with 21 points" and Bill Tibbs had 11. Hampton (61) Godwin. Mtora 7, Nines 20, - Hankersen, Washington 20, Owim 11, Gar rick 3, Miner. J C Smith (56) Tibbs 11, Oliver 21, PhD Smlh 4, Crawford 2. Flores 8, McGruder t, Jackson 2, Peter Smith. Halftime: J C Smith 30-28. Pantherettes pace Ail-CIAA squad with 3 selections Three ladies from Virginia Union led the AU-CIAA women's team. Paris McWhirter, Barvenia Wooten and Maria Nicholson headline the team from the champion Pantheret tes. Fayetteville is represented by Concetha Smith and Dianthia Morris. Others named to the team are North Carolina Central's Mary Simpson; Marsha Alexander of Johnson C. Smith; Nor ma Knight of Norfolk State; Debra Jenkins of Livingstone; Deborah Fogle of Elizabeth City State; Kim Ambrose of Shaw; and Toni Good man of Hampton. Coach of the Year was Yvonne Edwards of Fayetteville State. Norman and McNeil Co Players of the Year - ntr: wKi:t . UVIIIVU MJUIWJ" ITJVilCIf of Fayetteville State and junior Julius Norman of Virginia State have been named Co-Players of the Year in the CIAA. They headed the 1982. ALL-CIAA team as' selected by the coaches. Joining McNeil and Norman on the mythical team were Jreshman Charles Oakley of Virginia Union; sophomore Antonio Davis of Livingstone; senior Therman Greene of Winston-Salem State; sophomore David Pope of Norfolk State; junior William Tibbs of Johnson C. Smith; junior Tony Washington of Hampton; senior Larcell "Bleu" Oliver of Johnson C. Smith; junior Darrell Stith of Virginia State; junior Sammy Stuckey of Shaw; junior Donald Carroll of St. Augustine's; and senior Pierre Bland of Elizabeth City State. Virginia State's Floyd Laisure was selected Coach of the Year. M3C ul!aEu run LTU pannRnn n I . . "i r II l II l l l- BOURBON I n on . Give your parties plenty of good taste . with Canada Dry Bourbon in the convenient, economical 1.75-liter party size. 1981, SHUel-WeOer Distillery. Louiiville, Kentucky. ' . Cnd Dry Kentucky Stmght Bourbon Whiskey. 80 Proof. tVNADA DRY 1 -VIIWVM B m CANADA DRY BOURBON 4 V .1 1

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