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Tabor City tribune. (Tabor City, N.C.) 1946-1991, March 27, 1963, Image 5

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THE REAL CHAMPS — The girls abnv e. constituting tin· baski'lb.ill team of Farmers
Rank in the Loris Recreation Council's Mite League, wire awarded the Count-il's Sports
manship Trophy Tuesday night of last week a t the conclusion of the annual tourney at I.oris
High gym. Though the girls had only a .500 season, they played their hearts out. accepted
official decisions without a beef and general ly contributed to the high-type cageball played
in the four leagues this season. Above, left to right, are: front row — Judy l.ynn Johnson.
Lisa Kay Cox, Janice Cox and l>onua Little: second row — Barbara Edwards. Carol Prince,
Nancy Prince, Sherry llousand and Debbie L ittlc; and. extreme rear, Mrs. I.adoska Hardee.
Ihe coach.
Crown Champions
In Cagehall Pluv
Meet the Champions: ι
ί' Tin· Methodist Mite Kirls: ,
The lj«>ris Sentinels;
Piunly W'igftly's Midget |
The Presbyterian SimIk.
AimI llu· greatest champions
<>f all in l>iris:
Karmcrs Hank's Milo leng'io
girls. winners <·!' the I.oris ι: ·- \
creation Council's Sportsman- 1
ship trophy .
. Awards wore made ηI Ιΐκ·'
»l.oris High School |'„vhi Tll'*s
day niuht, March I!), al llu·
^■nclti-i<n of four champion
Tliip uaincs in which llu· son'
wore:
Methodist Mil·* girls 13;,
I.on Drug Store !l;
The Loris Sentinels 13; Me
thodists 7;
Pugly Wiggly 21; P.nptä; t
Midget girl?. 2«'; and
• The Presbyterian Scot: 21/;
"liaptist Midget buys 14.
Λ goodly crowd apparently
^njoyed all Iii·· imiii« I>ijt tIi.·
finest of the nifiht (and of tli
entire season, as a matter of
lad) was the 2i-20 game
pl.iyed by I'iggiy Wisely and
11 n· Baptist Midget girl. :
Pic.uly Wiiivly led 1-2 al ι
the enrl of the first cpiarler;
tile C.ijilists were alu-iid 12 !)
Iba li.ilf-time and Pi-i > it tin
end of the third period. From
there on it w.is ding done.. (
11 It first one leading and
then tin.· otner. At the final j
whistle il stood 21-20 Piggly t
Wig^ly, with i!u· Uaplisls stiil '
entitled to one free shot tint
coul'l have 1 ic·«I Hie game.
h'ach team lost ;i ist ir plav
iT by the foul route, I lie ! 1;·j ·—
list:' losing Tonya Kau'k and
INggly W igßl.v Janice Steph
ens. Tonya ■ _· red 12 of ;!»<·
Baptists' 20 ι .ills ami .1'iiice
IH of tin· l'iggl.v Wiggly'.s -I·
\1.tri I i.i Montgomery was
tin· winvl horse of tin· flaptist
:*exl< lie. Time alt» r tum· she
stole Ihc · »:· H from the rig'l.s
Wigs I ν players: twice within
3»l seconds. All this despite
the fael there wer·· two guard
• •II ln>r all night. Martha made
one fiehl goal and six of 13
free throws.
Brcnda S>kcs led tin- l.ap
ti;t scoring with six li'-ld go.»i>
for 12 infills.
.I.inice Stephens · · '■ »r
Tiel'l goals and · liiiow.-t
• nit ·>ι ;· \ cd. fr. ι ' w tri.??.
The Mitlio : lite gi l>
t'«ok an early I» ; oyer Li>r»s
Drug Store and 11· I«I it all 'tie
way. F< eding the hall 'o
I'atsv Md.cod. tin· Methodi ts
watched her ring up all Ιi! οί
ι · ir points five field goal ·
.ml three free throws out nf
nine foul shots.
I.inda Κ wl<-r scored two
In Itl goal·; and one fonl sin»'
out of seven fre· throws for
I juris Dili:· while IX ·ιtfi ι Gore
netted one field g' al ;·ηί), oui
of three t ies, in ul( two f.ive
throws.
Tin· I.οι is Sentinel stirVil
slow, made not one field oal
. (luring the first half, but led
; 5-4 at hnlf-tinu'. In the second
" h;i!f they poured on the steam
. iuul scored four field goals and
- one free throw to put the
j game on ice.
f Jimmy Boyd let I the scoring
• with two field goals ami. out
j of . ix tries, three free thro vs.
.b lu.ny .Ii du ist m nette«! tlu-v
, points, as did Jimmy Bell. |
ι
• For tile Methodist hoys, Cer
j η Id C\tines was tops with iiuve
Ι ρ· ints. followed by Charles
j with two and Terry
Wright with one.
The Scots were never in
trouble in t ieir game with tile
l»i|>lisl Midget boys. 1$. Kov.·!
! rr hit the In. kct for five
field goals and three free
I throws for top scoring honors
j with 13 point:;. Jay Stabler
\\ :i. next with two field goals
ι and four free throws for ίί
points. David Carter had two
Ι·'Ί«| goals and Larry Dawsey
i..lc.
Mike Τ»Ι.ιηί'·η and iVibby
Collins shared scoring hfmois !
..ίί, ; 1' ι .JJ ijjtbiU.,
points e'«ch. Mike had three J
field goals; li< bby two field
goals -md two free throws,)
l.V' iT )>l lekbiun, with a field i
i><i.'iI, a (led the other two
pi-ints.
Α·\\Mnls were· made by Don- j
aid II. irdee, president of the
I.«11 i > It* creation Council, who
also presented tokens of ap- j
prt ci .lion '.<> tin· U-v. Dan il.
Montgomery, director of the
council's program; and Coach
es Kenneth Mcl.od and Vic
li.il L,·' rousse.
WSTW — Channel 13 — Florence, S. C.
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11.00 Weather
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4 oo Srprcl Storm
4 30 Krlßc of Ni«»u
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Adult Business Courses Planned At Whiteville
Grown-ups in the Whiteville
area will have a chance to re
turn to school this week .
Λ si:;-weck course in typ
ing, shorihanJ, and bookkeep
f— &aa
tig has been scneduled for a
-ults at Wniteville High
>chool.
Those interested in the
JOUWi met last night (Tues
i
day) at the school library to
get plans lor the courses und
erway .
Paul Rasbcrry, school prin
cipal, said that typing 1 and
2, as well as shorthand and
kookeeping would be offered
in classes on Tuesdays and ,
Thursdays from 7 to 10 p. m.
Costs will be $10 fur the
first course selected and $3
for each additional course de
sired. Rasberry said.
CARD OF THANKS
Th« family of I. C. Gore,
(r.. withes to express derp ap
preciation to their frieruls for
the thoughtfulness and love
•xtendfci to them during the
extended period of illness and
their recent bereavement.
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