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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, October 14, 1982, Page 5, Image 5

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James Kenan Hosts North Duplin In ECC Game Of The Year Z i ; ? 4 _ poach Kenneth Avent's ? rtdefeated North Duplin Rebels won their sixth straight last week before a huge homecoming crowd as they completely destroyed Sampson Union 33-6 in another East Central 2-A Conference football game. Tfie win kept the Rebels sqparely in the ECC with a 4-0 league mark and 6-0 ^verall. The win over winless "jfiion High was not a classic performance by the East number-two-ranked team. Jtorth Duplin was ahead ll-O before the Spartans conld adjust their helmets, bohind All-State Johnny Aris, who had 162 yards in 19 carri'es, plus three TDs. Anulher high-stepping Reb bacX' Anthony Jernigan ripped off over 100 yards ? tp be correct) in a flash ^nd'is getting tuned for the Janre* Kenan Tigers this wiek.' Reserve quarterback Lee'- fate replaced injured JdFf, Coats in directing the Rahnet attack. The Rebels will joflmey to Tiger Town to take untile mighty James Kenan Ticgrs this friday night in what could be the battle of tht year in the East Central ^|-)\iConference. the meantime, James Kcqan reached deep into S?npson County this past w?ek and handed Hobbton a I+-Q -shut-out. The Tigers continue to hold on to a piece oC sejond place in the con ference along with Wallace Rase Hill and oncoming Midway, ilitjies Kenan's defense, lejiy Thomas Faison, John AlcCalop, Chuck Anderson, Knowles, Scotty Smith aiitF Garner Bracey gave the Tiger offense two good shots to<$ore. The Wildcats fum bl?4 inside the 10 and JK's alert defense recovered and quarterback Mitchell Quinn Sfdj-ed two plays lafci to give JK^ a 7-0 edge, following Qfeg Blanchard's first of extra points in the opening minute of the fourth quarter. Moments later the defense blocked a Hobbton punt, this time also inside the 10-yard line. Reserve halfback Mickey Faison scored in two plays to up the score to 14-0. It was James Kenan's de fense that did a super job again, led by two-way per former Chuck Anderson and other big Barrow Knights. The up-and-coming Wal lace-Rose Hill Bulldogs will host winless Union High this week in Wallace in what could turn out to be a much bigger game than anyone can see right now. Coach Jack Holley's Bulldogs tripped the Leopards last week 28-19 in a very important win for the first-year-coach at the Wal ?lace-RH school. The Bull dogs were led by standout Rufus Satchell, a sure-fire All bast selection with lJb yards rushing. In the only other East Central match-up, Midway defeated East Duplin 27-0 at home, to continue in the running for second place in the league. Standings W L T North Duplin 6 0 0 Wallace-RH 5 1 0 James Kenan 5 1 0 Midway 4 1 0 Hobbton 4 3 0 Lakewood 2 4 0 South Lenoir 1 4 0 East Duplin I 6 0 Union 0 7 0 Games Oct. 15 th N. Duplin at James Kenan S. Lenoir at Lakewood Wallace-RH at Union Hobbton at East Duplin Jamesville at Midway Results Oct. 8 N. Duplin 33, Union 6 James Kenan 14, Hobbton 0 Wallace-RH 28, Lakewood 19 Midway 27, E. Duplin 0 BARROW'S WALL - James Kenan's de fense coach John Barrow has put together a denfensive wall which opponents have had a hard time penetrating this year. Pictured. left to right. JK's John McCalop (53). Ernie Knowles(52), Derwin Bell (72). Avery Monk (50) and Willie Hodges (20). TRUE JAMES KENAN SUPPORTERS Left to Right. Charles Anderson and his brother Lynn, "Slick" Costin and Jerry Cooke attend all James Kenan games home or away 1 Klationwide offers Better Rates lor homeowners! Nationwide proudly presents new rates that savt fLou money on homeowners insurance Save on Nationwide s All Risk policy, even more if your tome is 7 years old or less, and still more when ^ou protect your home with an approved smoke jetector or burglar alarm system Get details from your Nationwide agent today D.L.Scott Ethro Hill Rt. 2, Scott's Store Highway #11 Mt. Olive, NC 28365 Pink Hill Phone: 658-5222 568-3310 |^l| NATIONWIDE I 11 INSURANCE Nationwide is on your side Nationwide Mutual insurance Company - Nationwide Lite Insurance Company ' Home ottice Columbus Obio 19th Hole It's that time of year golf courses switch from summer Bermuda to winter rye grass on the greens. Many area courses are in the process of oversecding while others are completing the project. Pro Jim Finch has just about got Rockfish of Wallace in winter condition, while Pro Rich Green has just switched over and for the next week or so the ad justment will be completed at Duplin. Green announces the course should be in top shape for the club championship scheduled for the last week end in October. Defending champ Buster Johnson will be back to defend his title along with other standouts as Lloyd Parker. Brian Ellen bcrg. Rob Lee. Mark Vinson, Jeff Holtom. Jimmy West. 5> PRO. I. B. DUFFER Harold Matthis and some 25 other hopefuls. Green urges all members (men) to sign up in the pro shop to play in the 36-hole championship. ***** Fore. Hunting On Sunday What's the law on hunting on Sunday? According to Jeff Black, wildlife officer, "Lawful sea sons and bag limits for each species apply beginning with the first day of the listed season and continue through the last day of the listed season, with all dates being included except Sunday. Jbuilders bargain! i center i I 210 S. CAROLINA STREET I J GOLDSBORO, N.C. Ph. 734-8257 I 12X4X7' No. 3 - 79* Ea. Studs Utility Grade - 99* Ea. Plywood Shop Grade - *5.50 Ea. Shingles - *5.50 Per Bundle I Monday-Friday _ Saturday I I ft-5 ft 1 I W "* L_*CfNTW^^ O- | ? .xnssEirzzz: GOOD EFFORT - JK's Chuck Anderson (3?), leaps for overthrown pass during the JK 14-0 victory over Hobbton last Friday night. Clearance Sale Young Ladies' W Apparel 40.60 % BRANDS Chic, Ratcatcher, Sachel, You Babes, Lantry, l Hang Ten, Dee Cee, Liberty % TYPES OF APPAREL: \ Cords, Jeans, Skirts, Overalls, Woolblend \ Pants & Blazers, Poly-cotton Pants, Skirts, , A Overalls, Blouses, Shirts, Jackets, Sweaters. CT I (Extra Special) I *5?? Off On d LEE Jeans / | Straight Leg & Baggies. Offer Good Thrus. Thru Sat. J Sixes 3 Thru 18 "W " CLOSED WEDNESDAY Juniors & MISSOS Duke's Of Warsaw 1 Store Hours: 10a.m.-5:30 p.m. 211 N. Front St., Warsaw Phone:293-3163 . > ? State law prohibits hunting on Sunday except on military installations under the ex clusive jurisdiction of the federal government, where the open seasons include ^ Sundays." It's said their numbers once darkened the sun. Once thev were said to be countless. Todav it takes special care to ensure waterfowling's survival. It takes your help. Ducks Unlimited is an organization that provides our Continent's waterfowl with the habitat thev need to breed and survive. DU works to protect and restore the marshlands of Canada, where United States Federal funds do not reach . . . and where "70% of our waterfowl are hatched. DU has preserved 2.7 million acres of habitat ? more than anv other private wildlife organization. But as civilization presses in upon natural waterfowl habitats, DU's work becomes even more important And so do vour dollars We're askine vou to give to a non-profit organization that has shown how private donations c. v ip. We may not be able to make waterfowl numbers grow to darken the sun again. But we can keep them flying. And will, with your help. _ . I DUPLIN COUNTY DUCKS UNLIMITED WARSAW- Johnson Sheffield 293-3168 KENANSVILLE Quinn's Variety 296-0034 WALLACE-ROSE HILL Buddy Bonham 289-2911 Cecil Beaman 285-7183 BEULAVILLE Davey Thomas 298-3092 Pat Matthis 298-3171 DUCKS UNLIMITED j [ i need your help. No^ ^ ^ . t * ? - ?rriiini-r|j;ijti|jl*lg^<l'|:'1 ? i ? K

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