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    Boys, Girls In Charlotte Relays
Trackmen Win Dual,
2nd In Triangular
The Hoke High boys' track team
heat South view Thursday, 91 Vi to
40 '/j. then on Monday finished
second in a triangular meet with
K.E. Smith and Lumberton.
On Saturday, the Hoke Boys'
j nd girls' track teams participated
,n the Queen City Relays in
C harlotte. Edward Watson of Hoke
, laced fourth in the discus with a
throw of 138 feet 9 inches. Paul
?lunt of Hoke placed fifth in the
200-meter run with a time of
^8.6. Jay Headen of Hoke ran a
10.8 in the 100-meter dash but did
not place.
In the south view meet. Willie
Bridges broke his school record in
the 400-meter dash with a time of
51.86. Ronnie McRae broke his
school record in the 800-meter run
with a time of 2:08.84. Paul Hunt
won the mile and two-mile runs.
Darrell Cromartie won the shot
put. and the discus, and Jay
Headen won the 100-meter and
200-meter dashes, and Lowell Sim
mons won the long jump with a 21
feet 2 inch leap.
On Monday, the Bucks scored 58
points, finishing behind Smith,
which scored 75. and ahead of
Lumberton, which scored 44.
Several school records were
broken. Hunt and McRae broke
the 1. 600-meter run record with
times of 4:34.05 and 4:34.14.
Bridges broke his 400-meter
record with a time of 51.77. The
800-meter relay team set a new
mark of 1 :32.58, and the mile relav
team set a new record of 3:58.54.
The 800-meter relay team is
composed of David McNatt.
Bridges. Ricky McNeill and
Headen. The 1, 600-meter team
consists of Jerry McMillan. David
McMillan. David McCrimmon and
Cromartie won the shot put,
Simmons the long jump, and Hunt
the mile and two-mile runs.
Headen placed second in the
100-meter and 200-meter dashes,
Herbert Wrench placed second in
the pole vault, and Watson was
second in the discus.
Hoke Heart Fund Tennis Champions Decided
The following are the results of
ue Heart Fund Tennis Tourna
ment sponsored by the Hoke
i ennis Association and held April
!- 18.
The finals were held Saturday
nd Sunday.
The winners of the progressive
? vents will progress to the state
tournament which will be held in
< iiapel Hill July 22-26.
If a winning player or team is
unable to participate in the champ
ionships. the runner-up will take
liis (their) place at the Champion
I he results:
Men's Singles -- won by Barry
Sumner, defeated John Miller;
Men's Doubles -- won by Larry
Hcasley and Barry Sumner, de
feated Ches Hayes and John Miller:
Women's Doubles -- won by Susan
Phillips and JoAn Simpson, de
feated Mary James and Grace
McDonald; Men's 35 Singles -- won
by Ches Hayes, defeated Steve
'hillips; Men's 35 Doubles -- won
!\v Hayes and W.K. Morgan,
lofeated Robert Calhoun and
Phillips. Women's 35 singles -- won
Marilyn Semones. defeated
Carol Holland; Mixed Doubles --
a on by Calhoun and JoAn Simp
son. defeated Chuck and Sue
Women's "B" Singles -- won by
Mary Stone, defeated Connie
Davidson; Mixed "B" Doubles --
won by Terry and Susan Houston,
defeated David Dalton and Dorcas
Junior lb and Under -- won by
Barry Bond, defeated Todd Sunv
tier; and Junior 12 and under --
won by Jeff Semones. defeated
William Carter.
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Here are eight of the champions of the Heart Fund Tennis Tournament: Ches Hayes. W.K. Morgan. Susan
Phillips. JoAnn Simpson. Robert Calhoun. Marilyn Semones. Terry Houston, and Susan Houston. Not shown are
champions Mary Stone. Barry Bond and Jeff Semones.
Larry Beasley and Barry Sumner in action in the Men s Doubles. The\ won
the title.
Win Two
The Hoke County Blazers won
the first game of a scheduled
double-header with Lillington Sat
urday. 7-3, but the second game
was called because of rain.
The Blazers won Sunday, 4-3.
The Hoke team's next game will
be held Saturday on the Hoke High
baseball field against St. Pauls,
starting at 3 p.m.
Tickets can be bought at The
News-Journal office in advance for
$1.00 or at the gate for SI. 50.
Coaches For Little League, T-ball
There will be a meeting for all interested Little League and
T-Ball coaches at the Parks and Recreation office on Thursday.
May 6, 8:00 p.m. All suggestions and new ideas are encouraged.
Inventory Clearace Sale
All remaining 1981 Wheel Horse
Lawn & Garden Tractors In Stock
Will Be Sold At Dealer Cost
Hurry While The Selection Is Good
The Johnson
110 E. Central Ave.
Junior Tar Heel Baseball
The Parks and Recreation Commission is organizing a Junior
Tar Heel Baseball league for all interested participants ages
Players eligible are those whose 15th birthdays come on or
after August 1; or whose 13th birthdays come on or before
August 1, 1982.
The sign-up will take place on Saturday, April 24, at 9 a.m. at
Armory Park. All potential players must bring their birth cer
tificates unless they have participated in a Parks and Recreation
sponsored athletic program prior. We are preparing for four
teams in this year's league. All sign-ups will be on a first come
first serve basis.
Little League Baseball
All boys and girls interested in participating in Little League
this summer will meet at Armory Park on Saturday, May 15, at
the following times: 10 year olds at 9 a.m., 11 year olds at 10
a.m. and 12 year olds at 1 1 a.m.
To be eligible you must turn 10 before August 1, 1982, and
must turn 13 on or after August 1, 1982. Birth certificates are re
quired if you did not participate in either T-ball or Little League
last summer.
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