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Monday's game against the Blue Jay
limits with the two teams scheduled
Little League B
Monday. May 13
Astros vs Expos (t-ball I 6 p 111
Yankees vs Rebels fi p in.
H ?Reds vs Dodgers i minor league I
9 'Tigers vs Cardinals 8 p.m.
Tuesday. May 14
Tar Heels vs Reds (minor league)
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TIGERS SCORE?Tiger liwrtslop Mil
(or botuc in Monday's little league
Waiting (or Ike throw Irom the outiii
Butler The two teams battled to a tie
ed at a later date
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to finish the contest al a later date.
Yankees vs Ret>ets 6 p.m.
Tigers vs Cardinals R p.in
Friday, May 17
Rebels vs Mine Jays 6 p m
Dodgers vs Tar Heels Imine
league* 6 p.m.
I.ions vs Cardinals R p m
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BY JOHNNY CRAIG
The North Carolina High School
Athletic Association (NCHSAA) announced
last week that the News and
Observer Publishing Company,
publishers of the Raleigh News and
Observer and Raleigh Times will
totally underwrite boys and girls soccer
and track and field championships.
The News and Observer is the first
company to sponsor specific sports
J programs beginning in the 1985-86
The Observer's decision to financially
back soccer can be directly
related to the sport's rapid growth
among all ages in the KaleighDurham-Chapel
Hill area in recent
"Soccer is really growing fast and
we have outstanding programs in our
area. Also, track lends itself to individual
excellence and achievement,
therefore, we are happy to contribute
to these sports, said Observed
spokesman Frank Daniels III.
Oak Island Run Set
The fourth annual Oak Island FiveMile
and One-Mile Runs are scheduli
ed tor Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.
at the I -ong Beach Parks and Recreation
Department building (30th and
Oak Island Drivel. Applications will
still be accepted on race day. The
one-mile run is scheduled to start at 8
a in with the five-mile race set to
r For Teens Only
Teenagers interested in wildlife,
hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities
can register now for the !!>85
Fur. Fish N' Game Itendezvous.
Brunswick County Extension
Agent Billy Privette said the July
7 12 camp will be held at Millstone
4 II Camp near Ellerbc.
Both educational and fun. the program
for youths ages 13 thorugh 17
includes classes in hunting safety,
outdoor ethics, trapping, fishing, taxidermy
map and compass, aquatic
lllology . conservation, to si. aid l'un
activities include swimming, fishing,
canoeing and archery.
I"he cost of the camp is J100 More
information is available from the extension
office, located in the
Agriculture Building at the
Brunswick County Government
Cape Fear Tops
Cape Fear Academy defeated
South Brunswick .6-3 in nonconference
tennis action last week In
Singles t enner HYA? def. Jessup
i SB i 6-2 6 1 Juneau (CFA I def
Rogers SB i, 6-0. 6-4 Rhodes I < 'F A)
def KlytheiSB),6-3.4-6,6-2; Brasser
itiAi def Spencer 'SBl, 6-4, 2-6,
6-1; iSister (SBl def Jones (CKAi,
61.6-0; (iarner > I > A def Hue i SB i
Doubles: Khodes-Juneau (CFA)
def Jessup-Flythe (SB i, 8-3; RogersSpencer
iSB) def Fenner Brasser
4 iCFA I, default; Dusier-Huc (SB)
4 def. Garner-Jones (CFA), 8-2.
Snaps Losing Streak
South Brunswick broke a 16-garne
baseball losing streak last week with
a 9-3 upset over visiting Hallsboro in
F.ast Wacratnaw 2-A Conference
Winning pitcher David Moyer
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[ Glyn McCuen had three hits In'
eluding a double for the Cougars Anthony
Jackson also had a pair of hits
for South Brunswick
I he win raised the cougars to 1-9 in
the KWC and 2-16 overall
Lady Trojans Top
The West Brunswick Lady Trojans
edged North Brunswick M in norvcotference
girls Softball action last
week in Shallotte Guia Howard led
West Brunswick with three huts while
l-ee Scarborough, Sheila Johnson and
Sheila lancaster had two hits each
Alice McKay led North Brunswick
with a pair of hits and two KB Is
The win raised Weat Brunswick to
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begin at 8:15 a.m.
For further information contac
race directors Tom Cassidy a
278-8518 or John Dorsett at 278-6544.
Continue Baseball Play
West Brunswick returns to horn
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t Pender at 7:30 p.m. Uist Friday's
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against the Dark Horses, West
Brunswick closes out its regular
season Tuesday at Kast Bladen.
The Trojans ifi 1,10-5) are battling
West Columbus for the top spot in the
Three Rivers 3-A Conference.
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