seven first places
in the Midwest 4-A
Track and Field
unanimously to the
Team and recieved
the most valuable
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Four years ago
marked the last
time that the
Winston Lake in
This Year, Winston Lake Had Few, If Any,
? YMCA claims two state champions
By SAMUEL G, PURYEAR JR.
.Special to the Chronincle
Across the country, Amateur Athletic
Unions are fashioning a good oP boy community
basketball network. ,
In more than a scor^of states, programs
have relied on brothers, cousins, neighbors and a
" During the state championships at Carver High, the elder
Lakers didn 't disappoint anyone. They used a powerful inside
- game and a plethora of scoring. ? ? ?
slew of friends to boost their cousins, neighbors
and a slew of friends to boost their rosters.
The Charlotte Royals, the Tennessee Travel
ers, the Boo Williams All-Stars and the Memphis
Bellevue teams, simply to name a few, have pre
scribed to th!?'pWtosopTiyitnJie past sntttiave all
won national titles.
The Winston Lake YMCA has finally payed
attention. The Winston Lake Laker 19-and-under
squad, coupled with a rejuvenated 1 5-and-under
bunch, dramatically recorded its first state titles
in the same year.
Mark Twain said, "Few things are harder to
put up with than the annoyance of a good exam
The 15-and-under Laker agree.
During the state championships at Carver
High, the elder Lakers didn't disappoint anyone.
They used a powerful inside game and a plethora
of scoring to defeat the defendir i champioli?
Charlotte Royals and the upstart N.C. Select
But the youtfger Lakers were not awed by
their elders . They* very~handedly whipped the
favored Charlotte Royals and coasted to a lop
sided victory over the Durham Eagles in the
champion game. - .
See WINSTON LAKE Page 17
Some members of Winston Lake A A U Team display championship trophy.
North Forsyth student dots long jump .
North Fosyth Has
Strong Showing In
Track and Field Meet
A The State Championship
will be held this weekend in
Chapel Hill ? .
The Midwest 4- A Track and Field Regional Championship was
held in High Point Saturday. The 15 school partakes were: North
Forsyth, 116, Dudley, 54, West Forsyth 47. North Davidson, 45,
Pinecrest, 44, Mount Tabor. 35, Hoke County, 32, East Forsyth. 30,
Richmond County, 26, Smith, 22, Davie County, 20, Grimsley. 18,
Scotland County, 10, Page, 7, Lumberton, 5, South Rowan, 5.
The State Championship will be held this weekend in Chapel
North Forsv th finis h e d with seven first p lace; three second
place; one third place; and two fourth place.
a&et-fruf:- M tc h e 1 1 e Clayton, E. Forsyth. ^/-^ W2v ^sf plac^
Helen McGriff, N. Forsyth. 31-5 1/4, 3rd place.
Discus: Michelle Clayton, E. Forsyth, 124-3, 1st place; Helen
McGriff, N. Forsyth, 103-3. 2nd place.
100 Meter: Darlis Poole, N. Forsyth, 1 1.78, 1st place.
200 Meters: Darlis Poole, N. Forsyth, 25.79. 3rd place.
400 Meters: Jacelyn Butler, N. Forsyth. 59.37; Melaine Sellers.
N. Forsyth; Kizzie Hunter, W. Forsyth; Tori Vaughs, N. Forsyth.
800 Meters: Jennifer Strange, N. Forsyth, 2:21.56; Amy Davis,
E. Forsyth; Stephanie Anderson, W. Forsyth.
1600 Meters: Jennifer Strange, N. Forsyth. 5:26.47; Julie Smith,
W. Forsyth; Morgan Reiner. Mt. Tabor.
See TRACK AND FIELD Page 17
Sorth Forsyth 's Jocelyn Butler runs relays
The Arts Council presents
the first Super Saturday
for Kids Program this
True Temple Holiness
Church of God will host a
Crusade of S^rist Week,
Napoleon Richardson Jr.
has been elected
assistant vice president of
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