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Wendy Vereen of Ash, pictured with Coach Hob Hoagland. took
first place in her division at the Southern States Open Bench Press
Championships held l)ec. IS and 19 at Gatesville. Vereen competed
in the division for athletes <\?9 pounds and under. She lifted IS5
Begin Jan. 15
There is still time for those who
want to learn to skipper a boat with
confidence to sign up lor the Shal
lotte River Power Squadron's boat
ing course which begins Jan. 15.
The Shallotte River Power Squad
ron conducts the United Stales Pow
er Squadron Boating Course twice a
year as a public service. In 1992. IS
students passed the final exam, and
in 1993. 29 passed.
"We are starting early this time so
we can finish the course before boat
inn hcgir.s " j Sijuudron
Commander Franklin Forrest of
Classes will be held for eight con
secutive Saturdays at 9 A.M. at the
Atlantic Telephone Membership
Corporation Training Center, llwy.
130 west of Shallotte. There is no
charge for the course, but a nominal
charge is made for materials.
The course will teach boat han
dling. elementary seamanship, regis
tration. equipment regulations, safe
operation, charts anil aids to naviga
tion. basic navigation, trailer boating
For more information or to regis
ter contact Richard Dan/, education
officer, at 579-1206, or Al Granzow
MOODY MAKES ALL-TOURNEY TEAM
Lady Trojans Place Fourth In
East Duplin Holiday Tourney
BY DOUG RUTTER
West Brunswick's Lady Trojans
picked up their second win of the
season last week and placed fourth
in East Duplin Booster Club Holi
day Basketball Tournament.
Coach Brenda Council's girls de
feated Durham Jordan 45-41 in the
first round of the seventh annual
tournament, which was held last
Tuesday through Thursday at East
Duplin High School.
The Lady Trojans suffered losses
to East Duplin. 57-46. and West
Carteret. 42-29. in other tournament
West Brunswick freshman Donicia
Moody was named to the all-tourna
ment team after averaging 10.7
points per game in three games and
leading the team in scoring against
West Carteret and East Duplin.
The l-adv Trojans (2-3) were
scheduled to host Wilmington Lancy
Wednesday night in their home
opener. West travels to North Myrtle
Beach Friday night to play the l-ady
Norris Scores 16
West Brunswick senior center
Nicole Norris scored 16 points to
lead ilic Lau^ Trojans in iiieii four
point win over 4A Durham Jordan
"We got it inside pretty much and
Nicole did a good job on the
boards." Coach Council said of the
win over the Lady Falcons.
West Brunswick dominated the
first half, leading 11 -4 after one pe
riod and 25-10 at halftime.
Durham Jordan played much bet
ter in the second half and trimmed
West's lead to 31-29 at the end of
the third period The I ;?ly Trojans
outscored their opponents 14-12 in
the final period for the win.
Sophomore guard Kaneka Oris
Lb O ATS
"safe and unsinkable"
i or\n cr ac
sett added nine points for West
Brunswick, while Moody and fellow
freshman Marlena Hill scored seven
Nikki Washington led Durham
Jordan with 14 points, and Caroline
Morrison added 10.
Score By Quarters
Durham Jordan 4 6 19 12?41
West Brunswick II 14 6 14?45
Durham Jordan scoring: Washing
ton, 14; Morrison. 10; Barnett. 6;
Avery. 4; Vice. 4; Muggins. 3.
West Brunswick scoring; Norris.
16; Grissett. Moody. 7; Hill. 7;
Morgan, 5; Mercer, 1.
Ha!! Leads Ea;.! Duplin
East Duplin's Coletta Hall scored
34 points?including 17 in the deci
sive third quarter?to lead the Lady
Panthers to a 57-46 win over West
Brunswick in the tournament's sec
"She's pretty frig and real aggres
sive," Council said of Hall
East Duplin led 23-20 at halftime.
but the Lady Panthers outscored
West Brunswick 23-14 in the third
quarter and held on tor the victory.
Moody led West Brunswick v. nh
14 points. Felicia Morgan added
nine points. Norris had eight and
Grissett seven for the l^idy Trojans.
Score By Quarters
West Brunswick 7 13 14 12?46
Last Duplin 12 11 23 11?57
West Brunswick scoring: Moody.
14. Morgan.9; Norris. 8; Grissett. 7;
Hill. 4; Hewett, 2; Blue, 2.
Hast Duplin scoring: Hall. 34;
Smith. 13; Gil Ian. 6; Miller. 4
Trojans Out Of (las
Traveling to Duplin County and
playing basketball for three straight
days apparently caught up w ith the
Lady Trojans in their final tourna
ment game, a 42-29 loss to West
West Brunswick led 23-21 alter
three quarters, but the Lady Patriots
pulled away h\ scoring 2! poin?> in
fourth quarter while holding the
Lady Trojans to six.
"Basically, I think we just ran out
of gas," Council said. "We're real
young and not too deep and it
showed that game."
Moody led West Brunswick with
11 points, and Norris added eight.
Score By Quarters
West Brunswick 9 2 12 6?29
West Carteret 9 8 4 21?42
West Brunswick scoring: Moody,
11; Norris. X; Morgan. 4; Hill. 4;
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