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Volleyball coach Melissa McGougan goes over during a recent match. The team captured two wins
strategy with members of the Hoke High girls team last week and improved their season record to 6-2.
Volleyball team captures two
The Hoke High Varsity
Volleyball team captured two
wins, topping opponents in close
Last Tuesday, the team travelled
to Fayetteville to play Reid Ross
where they won both games 15-9
On Thursday, the trend con
tinued as Pinecrest came to visit
Players on the home team did
not forget that the object of the
game is to win as they won the first
game 15-11 and the second 15-13.
The varsity team improved their
The Junior Varsity Volleyball
team lost their first match of the
seaspn last Thursday to Pincrest.
The visiting team could not go
home without a fight, however.
In the first game Pinecrest won
15-12, but Hoke came back in the
second game and won 15-13.
The third game proved to be the
heartbreaker and Hoke lost 15-11.
The J.V. Volleyball team now
has a 7-1 record.
The Women's Tennis team was
back on the winning trail for most
of last week.
On Monday, E.E. Smith came
to Hoke to play a tournament and
went away losers.
Wendy Simpson, Beth Archer,
Stefanie Holland and Kim
Hawkins won singles matches
while the teams of Simpson and
Payne and Booker and Archer won
The final score was 6-3, Hoke.
The team then travelled to Reid
Ross to wipe out that school's
Wendy Simpson, Amy Booker,'
Holland and Kim Hawkins all won*
singles matches while Simpson and
Payne, Booker and Archer and
Uyen Tran and Lisa Potts took
Thursday, Pinecrest came to
visit and the final outcome was not
as good as it had been.
On the cool, windy day, only
Simpson, Holland and the team of
Simpson and Payne won.
That tournament ended in 6-3
The Cross Country team had a
good meetjast week as Hoke beat
out Lumberton, Scotland and
Terry San ford to win away from
Don Wood set a new course
record as he burned in a 13:39 for a
Other team members Paul
Purcell with a 16:58, Leroy
McNatt with a 16:39, Marty
Locklear and his 17:03 and
Richard L?ak with a 19:02 all
helped the *l?am win with a low
score of 37.
Lumberton had 47, Scotland
had 32 and Terry Sanford scored
6& in the meet.
Aft^r trailing 20-7 at halftime,
Eric McLaughlin scored a three
yard touchdown and ran the con
version for two more.
Darcy Cunningham picked up a
blocked punt on the opponent's
40-yard-tine and ran it in for a
score shortly afterward.
The last score for the team came
in the third quarter Bobby Little
hit Darcy Cunningham on a 60
yard pass play.
The ninth grade football team
lost to Lumberton last Thursday
by a final score of 38-14 in a disa
Locals take wins at Deer Track tourney
A mother -son team captured top
honors at the First Annual Deer
Track Raquet Club Youth-Adult
Doubles Tennis Tournament held
on the weekend of September 22
The winners of the event were
Mary James and Nelson James
with Allen Edwards and Brad Ed
wards as finalists.
W. K. Morgan and David
McDonald were consolation.
Cape Fear win gives Bucks
best start in recent years
For the first time in a number of years,
Hoke County High School students can look
at Terry Sanford High pupils and say: "We
"We're really pleased with our kids. They
played football like we knew they could,"
Head Coach Tom Jones said after the game.
The Bucks whipped the Bulldogs of Terry
Sanford 20-7 Friday night in an away game.
Running the ball and burning up the clock
helped the team win.
The Bucks carried the ball SO times and
gained 281 yards on the ground while holding
Terry Sanford to 19 carries and only 35
"The defense did very well," Jones said.
In the fourth quarter, the Bucks had them
on fourth down with two yards to go.
"We held them at the 10," said Jones.
The team then turned around and went in
the other direction 90 yards in 14 plays for a
That drive was all on the ground and burn
ed up almost nine minutes of the clock, Jones
Greg Thompson ran the ball in for the
Elgin Blue rushed 135 yards for the team in
14 carries, and Thompson carried the ball 20
times and picked up 94 yards.
Although the team did well last week, "we
can't be satisfied," Jones said.
This week the Bucks play Scotland County
at home, and the game will be "another
challenge just like Terry Sanford," Jones
According to Jones, the Fighting Scots
have a very big and physical team.
They also have a good quarterback who
can run and pass the ball, Jones said.
The team will be working on mistakes in
the kicking game and other weak spots to
prepare themselves for Scotland County this
The Bucks' overall record improves to 3-1
after Friday night's game. '
TOP FIVE BOWLERS
Larry McDonald - 170
* Sammy Crowder - 164
Randy Livingston -460 V.
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James Nixon - 201, 210 ? 5%
Phillip Diehl - 218, 200 ? 593
George McKoy - 203
Leroy Hobbs - 202
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Towne Barber Shop 4
Raeford No. 1's 0
T.J.B.'s3 Strikers 1
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Last year's winner
Don Williamson accepts a television he won last year in the Raeford
Woman 'i Club Golf Tournament. Presenting the prize is Mrs. Sue Fant,
Chairman of this year 's event.
Woman's Club tourney
on tap for Oct. 27-28
The Racford Woman's Club Se
cond Annual Golf Tournament
will be held at the Arabia Golf
Course on October 27 and 28.
Regular PGA rules will be follow
Trophies will be given to the
first, second and third place win
ners in the Championship Flight.
Golfers will be flighted after Satur
day's round. Winners in other
flights will receive trophies and
Two black-and-white television
sets will be given away during
Saturday's play. On two holes, the
golfer hitting closest to the pin will
win. A 19-inch color TV will go to
the player hitting closest to the pin
on a designated hole.
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