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TROJANS ROMP?Gary Gore, Wrsl
player, charges the net during his 6-0,6
The Trojans finished their regular set
ference and KM) overall.
28 STRAIGHT WINS
BY JOHNNY CRAIG
Unbeaten West Brunswick swept
its final matches of the .season last
week over East Bladen and Clinton to
win the Three Rivers 3-A Conference
tennis eluimpionshlu with a oerfeel
6-0 league record.
The Trojans 116-0 > blanked East
Bladen !M) on Friday for their sixth
straight .shutout and on Monday
routed Clinton, B-l for their 28th
straight win dating back to last
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play in Wilmington Wednesday with
(iron liland, Gary (lore, David Ward,
Tony Ward, Bryan Cheers and Eddie
Finch participating in singles and
Singles: Bland iWIti def. Best IC),
B-5; Gore (WB) def. Isom (CI, 8-2;
llobson (C) def. D.Ward (WB), B-t;
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Brunswick's second-seeded singles
-2 win against Kiist Bladen last week,
ison at 6-0 in the Three Klvers Cnnapture
T.Ward (WH) clef. I'arrLsh (C), 6-1.
6-3: Chpors /WHl Hnf Wriohf tn
5-0, 6-4; Robinson (WB) def. McCloud
(C), 6-3. 6-1.
Doubles: Bland-Gore (WB) def,
Best-Isoin (C), 8-3; D.Ward-T.VVard
(WB) def. Hobson-Wright (C), 8-2;
Cheers-Dale 'WB) def Coin-Pope
Has I Hluden Results
Singles: Bland (WB) def. Pudrich
(KB), 6-0,6-0; Gore (WB)def. Susser
(KB), 64), 6-2; D.Ward (WB) def.
PhUUpH (K.H),0-1,64?; T.Wurd (W1D
def. Melvin (KB), 6-3, 6-1; Cheers
(WB) def. Russell (KB), 64), 6-0:
Robinson (WB) def. Gaylord (KB),
Doubles: Bland4!ore (WB) def
Padrleb-Sasser (KB), 8-2;
D.Ward-T.Ward (WB) def. MelvinPhillips
(KB), 60; Dale-Fince (WB)
def. J.Melvin-Gaylord (KB), 63.
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TROJANS FINISH UNBEATEN-Robln
return in doubles action last week again!
Eddie Finch to win their third-seeded doi
the Cougars was West Brunswick's 28th s
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ixth straight shutout.
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