BATTLING FOR BALL - Tony McCrae (34) tips in two points during
the win over Prospect. McCrae scored 11 points for the evening, while
Freddie McLean (10) hit 12 points during the game. (Photo by Terry
LP FOR T\\ O ?? Buck Terry Thomas (32) hits two of his four points dur
ing the consolation game with Prospect. I Photo by Terry Houston J.
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Bucks Win Consolation Game
Lumberton Wins Hoke Tourney
Red Springs is the winner of the
First annual Hoke County-WSHB
Basketball Tournament on the
Hoke High court.
Red Springs took the title in the
finals Thursday by defeating Pem
The host Hoke High Bucks won
the consolation game, smothering
The results of the tournament,
which opened last Wednesday
night, left Hoke High with a
season's record of 6-3, going into
the Tuesday night game with 71st
High in the Hoke gym.
The result of that game could
not be obtained before The News
Journal's news deadline. The 71st
contest resumed the Bucks'
schedule for the regular season.
The Bucks will play Union Pines
at Union Pines Friday night, a con
test for boys' varsities only.
In the tournament consolation
game, McLean led Hoke's in
dividual scorers with 12 points,
followed by McCray with 1 1 , and
Hollingsworth with 10.
The other Hoke players and
their scorers were McLaurin 2,
Thomas 4, Pickett 5, Galberth 2,
Morgan 2, McDuffie 4, and
Prospect was led by Jones with
12, followed by Bostick 9, and
McBryde, Locklear and Jackson 2
Hoke led 19-17 at the half.
In the championship contest,
Hardin Brown scored 22 points,
leading Red Springs to the title.
The victory left Red Spring's
record at 7-1 for the season.
Pembroke had the game's high
scorer, Steve Jacobs with 25. The
Red Devils had to come from
behind after intermission to win.
Pembroke led 30-24 at half time.
The scorers besides those men
Red Springs -- Torrey 12,
Mclaughlin II, McBryde 6,
McPhaul 2, Patterson 2, and
Pembroke - Bell 15, McCray 9,
Ladison 4, A. Locklear 3, and E.
Hollingsworth didn't make his
customarily high score in the con
solation, Coach Ron Parson ex
plained, because the Hoke boys
were running the press and got a
lot of turnovers for quick baskets.
Then, too, he added, he played the
second team a lot, including all of
the final four minutes.
The Bucks were eliminated in
the opening round by Pembroke,
63-61, in an overtime contest. Par
son said the Bucks didn't play up ,
to their capability, possibly '
because of a combination of the ef
fects of the holidays and failure to
take Pembroke seriously, Pem
broke's record for the season was
5-2 before the tournament opener.
Pembroke, he said, "really
On the other hand, he said,
Hoke missed nine layups on field
goal tries and made only 1 1 of 24 *
free throws. *
Hollingsworth led the scoring
with 34 points for Hoke. His scor
ing teammates were Tony McCray
with 9, Freddie McLean 6, Terry
Thomas 5, and George McLaurin,
James Peguese and Barry Easter
ling 2 each.
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Hoke's Greg Ho/lings worth (14 ) dunks a field goal in the consolation game with Prospect. ( Photo by Terry Houston )
Barnes , Moody Repeat As Athletes Of Week
Robert Moody and Sabrina
Barnes have been named as Male
and Female Athletes of the Week
for the time span of December
13-December 31 .
The honor is a repeat for both of
the Hoke High Students as both
have already received the honor
Moody was tapped for the
honor for his performances in mat
ches against Cape Fear, on
December 14th and against South
View on December 17.
His performance in the Pinecrest
Invitation Wrestling Tournament
on December 28 also aided the
Hoke High Coaching Staff in mak
ing their decision.
In the Cape Fear match, Robert
moved to the heavyweight divi
sion, from his usual 195 pound
weight class, but still pinned his
opponent in 5:29.
In the match against South
View, Moody scored another pin
to run his season record to 5-1.
Moody scored three wins in the
Pinecrest Invitational Tournament
to win the 197 pound weight class
In the first match, Robert pinn
ed his opponent in 23 seconds to
record and win the award for the
fastest pin of the tournament. In
the second match, Robert again
pinned his opponent. He recorded
this win in 45 seconds.
In the third and championship
match, Moody outpointed his op
ponent by a score of 11-4 to be
crowned the champion of the 197
pound weight class. His season
record is now 8-1.
Sabrina Barnes, the senior
center on the Girl's Varsity Basket
ball Team, was named as Female
Athlete of the Week.
Sabrina was named for her per
formances in games against Cape
Fear, on December 14, and against
South View on December 17.
In the game against Cape Fear,
Sabrina logged in 30 points to lead
all scorers to propel her team to a
71-55 victory for the Lady Bucks.
She also recorded 14 rebounds for
In the 47-46 loss to South View,
the team's first loss of the season,
Sabrina had 18 points. She pulled
down 19 rebounds for the game to
make her not only the leader in
scoring but in rebounding as well.
INVITATION FOR BIDS
COUNTY OF HOKE
Sealed bids will be accepted until 3:00 p. m., Mon
day. January 17, 1983. and then publicly opened
and read for the lease for 1,374 pounds (.82 acres)
of tobacco quota for 1983.
Payment will be due before quota is transferred.
Bids should be delivered to the County Manager's
office in the Courthouse Annex Building or mailed
to: Hoke County, P.O. Box 266, Raeford, N.C.
28376. Envelope should be sealed and clearly mark
ed: BID FOR TOBACCO QUOTA. If further infor
mation is needed, please contact the County
Manager's Office at 875-8571. The Hoke County
Board of Commissioners reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Six Hoke Wrestlers
Place In T ournament
Hoke's Robert Moody won the
championship in the i 9 / pound
weight class in the Pinecrest invita
tional Wrestling Tournament held
on December 28 at Pinecrest High
School in Southern Pines.
In the tournament, six Hoke
wrestlers finished fourth or higher
in their respective weight classes.
In the 100 pound division, Billy
Locklear placed 3rd.
In the 121 pound division, Mar
vin Peguese reached the finals and
lost a decision to Randy Ingram of
In the 134 pound division, Ricky
Allen won 4th place.
In the 169 pound division,
Orlando McKinnon placed 3rd.
In the heavyweight division,
Charles Matthews placed 4th.
In his "March to the Gold,"
Moody won three matches.
The first win came as a pin in 23
seconds against Ricky Lopez of
Charlotte Catholic. This time held
throughout the tournament and
won "The Fastest Pin" award for
In his second match, Robert pin
ned David Cuthreel of Washington
Senior High in 45 seconds.
In the third and championship
match, Robert defeated Robert
Nelson of Seventy First by a 11-4
The three wins runs Moody's
season mark to 8-1, the best on
In team standings, the Bucks
finished 7th in the tournament.
The team's next home match
will be on January 7 against Lee
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