Second In 3-way Meet
The Hoke High boys track team
placed second in a triangular meet
against E.E. Smith and Scotland.
The scores were Smith 82, Hoke
SO, and Scotland 41.
Darrell Cromartie led the Bucks,
placing First in the discus with a
throw of 132 feet 11 inches and
first in the shot put with a throw of
Paul Hunt won the 3, 200-meter
run and placed second in the
1, 600-meter run. He has won the
3,200 in every meet this season ex
cept in the Queen City Relays.
Raeford Girl Wins
4 Track Events
Raeford's own lcesonnia
Horsley captured four wins in the
TAC North Carolina Youth Con
ference Track and Field Competi
The meet was hosted by the
Charlotte Striders Track Club and
held at the Myers Park Stadium,
Charlotte, on April 24.
lcesonnia placed first in the
100-meter dash with a time of
13.01 seconds, first in the long
jump with a jump of 4.75 meters
and first in the 400-meter dash
with a time of 63.19 seconds, and
she ran anchor leg for a 4 x 100
relay team which placed second
with a time of 53.6 seconds.
Special Olympics Set
The annual Hoke County
Special Olympics for 1982 will be
held May 13, starting at 9 a.m., in
the Hoke High stadium.
The county's exceptional
children will compete in track and
field and some special events for
medals and the fun of it.
"The lids will be removed from
the jars and about 200 butterflies
will be able to fly free and show
their beauty" the announcement
says, referring to the boys and girls
in the classes for the handicapped.
Junior Tar Heel Baseball Clinic Set
The Hoke County Parks and
Recreation Commisssion will spon
sor a Junior Tar Heel Baseball
Ginic on Saturday. May 8. at the
Hoke High Baseball field, 9 a.m. -
All boys and girls ages 13 - 15
interested in playing Junior Tar
Heel Baseball are encouraged to
participate. Roger Edwards. Hoke
High baseball coach, will direct the
Little League Ball Clinic May 29
The Hoke County Parks and
Recreation Commission will spon
sor a Little League baseball clinic
on Saturday, May 29. at Armory
Park, 9 a.m. - noon.
All bovs and girls ages 10-12
interested in playing Little League
are encouraged to participate.
Roger Edwards, Hoke High
baseball coach will direct the clinic.
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Shot put ? 1 - Cromartic, 2
-Watson (Hoke), 3 - Bullock (S).
High Jump -- 1 - Golson (S), 2 -
McNeill (Scot.) 3 - Davis (S). 5 feet
High hurdles ? 1 - Pettit (S), 2 ?
Wilson (S), 3 - Moody (H) 15.4.
Pole vault ? 1 - Blackman (S), 2
- Decker (Scot.). 11 feet 6 inches.
100-m. dash - 1 - Bradley (S), 2 -
McLean (Scot.), 3 - Headen (H).
Long jump ? Bittle (Scot.), 2 -
Simmons (H), 3 - Hall (Scot.), 20
Discus -- 1 - Cromartic, 2 - Wat
son (H). 3 - Purcell (Scot.).
800-m. relay -- 1 - Smith. 2 -
Scotland. 3 - Hoke. 1:33.7.
1,600-m. run ? 1 - Everett
(Scot.). 2 - Hunt (H). 3 - McRae
400-m. relay ? 1 - Smith, 2 -
400-m. run ~ 1 - Bradley, 2 -
Bridges (H), 3 - Kirby (S). 50.6.
Triple jump - 1 - Burke (S) 2 -
Bittle (Scot.), 3 - Davis (S). 42 feet
1 1 inches.
Intermediate hurdles -- 1 - Pierce
(S), 2 - Wilson (S), 3 - Kirby. 39.9.
800-m. run -- 1 - Everett, 2 -
Williams (S), 3 - Henderson (S).
200-m. dash ? 1 - Bradley, 2 -
Headen, 3 - McLean (Scot.), 22.1.
3, 200-m. run ? 1 - Hunt, 2 -
McPhatter (H), 3 - Lentz (H).
1,600-m. relay -- 1 - Smith. 2
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BY RAEFORD PHOTOGRAPHER - Graham Niven of Raeford took
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for May. He ' 'shoots ' ' racing scenes and racers and other subjects, such as
weddings, in his spare time from his regukir job working at the Ft. Bragg
photography laboratory. Niven is the son of Mrs. B.A. Niven of 310 W.
Fifth Ave., Raeford. He took this picture at the Daytona Speedway
February 14 during the 1982 Daytona 500. (Photo reproduced by permis
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