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FUQUA HOLDS LOCALS
TO TWO RUNS IN GAME
Thus Eliminates G. H. S. from State
The High Point High School defeated
the Greensboro nine on the latter’s field
by the score of) 7-2. Bennett, local
moundsman, allowed only five hits, but
not being supported by his teammates,
was unable to keep High Point in check.
Greensboro started off and scored in
each of the first two innings. After these
innings they never again threatened to
score. Fuqua, High Point pitcher, was
the feature of the game. His jiitching
was very spectacular at all times.
Foust, Mann and Ingram, for High
Point, were very effective with the bat,
each getting a double. Caudle, local
second baseman, was the only man to get
an extra-base swat.
Score by innings: R.
Greensboro 110 000 000— 2
High Point 033 000 001— 7
WINSTON SWAMPS GREENSBORO
The Twin City lads defeated the G. H.
S. nine Saturday, April 25, at Cone park
by a score of 13-4. The Twins’ victory
was due to superior batting and fielding.
Bennett, head Greensboro pitcher, held
the mound for seven innings, then was
relieved by Taylor.
McAlister, twin pitcher, held the locals
to eight scattered hits. Watkins and
Petree led the Twins in batting, each
getting three hits out of five trips to bat.
Maus and Burroughs were the leading
batters for Greensboro. Captain Wyrick,
Greensboro first baseman, played the
entire game without a hit. Greensboro’s
defeat was due to the lack of timely
Score by innings: R.
Winston-Salem 300 041 500—13
Greensboro 000 010 210— 4
BENNETT INVINCIBLE AND
BURLINGTON IS SHUT OUT
Greensboro defeated the Burlington
nine on the latter’s ground, April 21, by
the score of 6-0. Not once was the local
nine in danger. Two of the Burling
ton men reached first base, only one of
whom reached second. This was ac
counted for by a two-base hit.
The hurling of Bennett was the fea
ture of the game. He allowed only three
hits and struck out seven men. At the
bat Brewer and Jones showed up well.
Jones got two doubles and a single out
of five trips to bat, while Brewer tripped
around the bases for a circuit. The
game on the whole was loosely played.
Score bj^ innings: R.
Greensboro 021 030 000— 6
000 000 000— 0
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G. H. S. TAKES HONORS
IN TRIANGULAR MEET
Greensboro Leads Burlington and
High Point in Scoring.
The Greensboro Highs took first place
in a triangular track and field meet be
tween Greensboro, Burlington and High
Point High Schols at the Central Caro
lina fairgrounds Saturday afternoon,
May 2. The meet was scheduled to be
four-cornered, but Reidsville’s team fail
ed to make its appearance. Greensboro
scored 52 and one-half points, Burlington
37 and one-half points, and High Point
The events and winners follow:
100-yard dash—Hackney, Greensboro.
Time 11 seconds flat.
220-yard dash—Koenig, Greensboro.
Time 24.1 seconds.
440-yard dash—Packer, High Point.
Time 55 seconds.
Half mile—Homey, Greensboro. Time
One mile—Elliott, Greensboro. Time
5 min. and 2-5 sec.
120-yard hurdles—Packer, High Point.
Time 16.3 sec.
Relays—Burlington. Time 3:57.
Pole vault—Workman, Burlington, 9-2.
High jump—Workman, Burlington, 5-3.
Javelin—McPherson, Burlington, 122-2.
Broad jump—Packer, High Point, 39-9.
Shot put—Daniel, High Point, 39-9.
Discus—McPherson, Burlington, 101-10.
GIRLS WIN ONE GAME
BUT DROP ANOTHER
On Thursday, April 23, Greensboro
High School girls’ baseball team defeated
Pomona High School team at Pomona
by a score of 24-18. The score was tied
at the end of the seventh inning. Greens
boro made three runs in both the eighth
and ninth innings, while Pomona failed
to score. Hutchinson was star pitcher of
the game. The opposing team found her
ball hard to hit. There was no spectac
ular play, with the possible exception of
the home run made by Watson.
Pomona depended largely on the pitch
ing of Baynefi who succeeded in keeping
Greensboro tied with Pomona for seven
LEAKSVILLE WINS 18-15
At Leaksville on Friday, April 24, the
Greensboro High girls’ team was defeat
ed by Leaksville High by a score of
18-15. This was the first game the girls
have ever played with Leaksville. It
was an exceptionally fast game, with
Hutchinson the best pitcher and Watson
knocking a home run. Moore was the
best player for Leaksville and her pitch
ing won the game for her team.
TRACK TEAM WINS IN
TRIANGULAR MEET HERE
Greensboro Has 56 Points, Winston 46,
The Greensboro track team won first
place Saturday, April 25, in the triangu
lar meet between Winston-Salem and
Salisbury by winning six of the 13 first
places. During the entire meet the locals
scored a total of 56 points, winning five
second places and eight third places.
The Winston lads scored second place
by scoring 46 points, while Salisbury
trailed with 15. Fisher, Salisbury, miler,
broke the state record for the half mile,
his time being two minutes and five sec
onds. The majority of Salisbury’s points
were made by the excellent running of
The events follow:
100-yard dash—Koenig, Greensboro,
first; Hackney, Greensboro, second;
Houchins, Winston-Salem, third; time,
Mile run—Fisher, Salisbury, first; Wil
liams, Greensboro, second; Justice, Win
ston-Salem, third. Time, 4:50.4.
Quarter mile—Homey, Greensboro,
first; Cornelius, Winston-Salem, second;
Elliott, Greensboro, third. Time 55.3.
220-yard dash—Houchins, Winston-Sa
lem, first; Brown, Salisbury, second;
Koenig, Greensboro, third. Time 23.5.
Flalf mile—Fisher, Salisbury, first;
Homey, Greensboro, second; Phoenix,
Greensboro, third. Time 2:5.2.
Pole vault—Burroughs and Whitting
ton, Greensboro, tied; height 8:10.
High jump—Goodwin, Greensboro;
Broad jump—Lintz, Winston-Salem,
first; Houchins, Winston-Salem, second;
Glascock, Greensboro, third. Distance
Shot put—Koenig, Greensboro, first;
Brewer, Winston-Salem, second; Wim-
bish, Greensboro, 86:6.
Javelin—Brewer, Winston-Salem, first;
Newman, Winston-Salem. Distance 144.6.
Discus—Goodwin, Greensboro, first;
Newman, Winston-Salem, second; Brown,
Greensboro, third. Distance 99:6.
120 low hurdles—Houchins, Winston-
Salem, first; Miller, Salisbury, second;
Whittington, Greensboro, third. Time,
Mile relay—Winston-Salem first, Salis
bury second, Greensboro third.
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