Rocky Mount Telegram from Rocky Mount, North Carolina on March 19, 1981 · 14
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Rocky Mount Telegram from Rocky Mount, North Carolina · 14

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Rocky Mount, North Carolina
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Thursday, March 19, 1981
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U-Rocky Mwmt N.C. Ttkgran Thai., Mens , 1981 Alphelia Jenkins Makes All-Siate By TOM FOREMAN Jr. . Associated Press Writer, - Three guards who are planning college careers at the University of North Carolina head a list of 10 players on the 1981 Associated Press All-State Boys' Basketball Team. On the girls' squad, the Graham High School combination of Donna TroUinger and Robyn Hadley leads the 10-member all-star team, selected by a panel of sports writers from across the state. All-state selections Robert "Buzz" Peterson of Asheville, Mike Jordan of Wilmington Laney and Lynwood Robinson of Southern Wayne signed letters of intent with the Tar Heels during the past season and all are seen as challengers for two openings that will be left by graduation of North Carolina seniors Al Wood and Mike Pepper. All three are from 4-A schools. ; Also named to the boys' team were Cedric Cokely of Greensboro Grimsley, Edward Farmer of Wilson Beddingf ield, Vernon Odom of Bandys, Bruce Peartree of Pantego, Ryland Lindsey of Currituck, Kevin Bryant of Tuscola and Curtis Hunter of Southern Durham. The rest of the girls' team is Gladys Best of Goldsboro; Ranty Killian of East Lincoln; Angie t Buford of West Mecklenburg; Alphelia Jenkins of Southwest Edgecombe; Pam Hammond of East Bladen; Gwen Austin of Wallace-Rose Hill; Karen Parker of Asheville; and Candy Lucas of Northern Durham. Peterson, a 6-foot4 point guard, averaged 24.S points per game this season. He led his team to a 19-8 record and into the state playoffs where; ironically, the squad was knocked off by Chapel Hill. Peterson has been chosen to play in several nationally recognized prep all-star games. Jordan, also a Woot-4 guard, averaged 27.8 points per game, 12 rebounds and 8 assists. Laney went 19-4 on the year. Robinson, a 6-foot-l point guard, was chosen as a preseason all-America by several magazines. He averaged 16.9 points per game and handed out an average of 7 assists. Robinson missed several games in the regular season because of a knee injury. Cokely averaged 18 rebounds and 11 assists per contest this season. He shot at a S3 percent clip from the floor and made 63 percent of his free throws. Cokely is a 6-7 forward. Farmer scored slightly more than 18 points a game this season at the center position, while grabbing 10 rebounds a contest From the guard spot Odom averaged 29 points a game while leading bis team to ' a 25-2 record. ... , 'rH Peartree has already been recognized as player of the year in the Beaufort County area. Pantego has lost only one game in the last three years with Peartree occupying one of the guard spots. He is averaging almost 17 points and 6 rebounds, a game. Lindsey, a 6-foot-2 senior forward, has scored in double figures in 71 of the 72 games he has played for Currituck. He led his 2-A team with a 23.9 scoring average and a 60 percent ac-; curacv from the floor. He was laecond on his team in assists.- Buford is regarded by many ,. to be the bed female player in , Charlotte. She ' a Woot-7 guard who averaged 28 points and 12 rebounds a game. Jenkins has led her team to a dean slate in 28 games this year, and only one loss last season. She averaged 16 points and 13 rebonnds as a senior. ; - I" ; oose 1 PLYWOOD PLYWOOD G1S plywood f ll I 1 1 i EE (99 49 99 11 rZT. , l,7r.....-.Wil ii.....,. FOR ROOF AND WALLS . ; PHEKU: sheathing Smooth .anded .14.49 ' , - Htt5$? fony interior 34. ....... .. ...18.99 v 1 a V ; t: .,, Ti.m, .......yT S , II JUL Tht higher tht R-valua, tht J I J .. .j. .jX fATU lM I 3A Untu. -grMltr inkling lut X XS 3f Savings will vary, find out why f S f S - n ww-j,.--. r thick ,..smslL In the skier's fact sheet on s I vt 1 k aftar ' ' t" thick Wll R -values I f ' j 1 Tit v! 1 v JJ 8C " I MAINTENANCE j V-GROOVE prehunq for FREE egZZ HARDBOARD Xj .J.T"-j , I 'sTiiSsuTioN SIDING SALE r ' C rllnfir lllPS CHANNEL 7 Bi P ff GROOVE J$jf&& r , t I white j ) fU-.mimf : glass Home the Woodgraln Look Vltn real wood j&firyr '. ten iSSi ''' ' y JjP J The Advantages of Vinyl 'JSHmft. tyMV v t3t- - J 40 yaar warranty Never ffmm Al CDasi Xffi :Ni bpEir.x:i.4Ri.8:CDTii8:00 - 201 DYPASS riCHTII LiM 1 L ." ' TUES.,riD.,Ti:u3.4SAT. : HOCCY r.:ou:iTN. C. '11. -jl h. 'J -8:C3Vll5l33f - : - r FHO::! 977.0330 " y ,-si8m siSSss;Sa-aaaiaiaa aaa-a a

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