Published: Sep 19, 2012 03:05 PM
Modified: Sep 19, 2012 03:14 PM
‘Ladies Night’ at OCS
Orange County Speedway will host its first “Ladies’ Night” this Saturday, when females will be admitted to the night’s full slate of events for $5.
Gates will open at 5 p.m., while racing action is scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
For any further information please visit OCStrack.com, email us at email@example.com
or call us at 336-364-1222.Grinberg nets first win for UNC Greensboro
UNC Greensboro freshman Jamie Grinberg, an East Chapel Hill alumna, claimed her first collegiate victory last Friday with a straight sets win against Nicole Nielly of Western Carolina, 6-2, 6-2. She helped the UNCG women’s tennis team start off strong at the Elon Invitational.Tigers take adidas cross-country title
Chapel Hill high school’s Tristan Van Ord (19:22), ninth-grader Regan Roeber (19:48), Alexa Young (20:15) and Emily Williams (20:17) all finished in the top 20 of last Saturday’s adidas Cross Country Challenge at Cary to help the Tigers win the Girls Invitational 5K.
Pegah Kamrani (18.44) took eighth place in the Girls 5K Championship to help East Chapel Hill finish in ninth of that event .
Devon Allen of Orange High (20:29) finished third individually in the Girls JV 5K, where Chapel Hill High School’s Shannon Mumper (20:33), Kathleen Cannon (21:12), Clare Weintraub (21:37), Natalie Bulik-Sullivan (21:58) and Milly Ames (22:00) all finished in the top 20.Mebane on the Move features locals
Josh West of Carrboro was the overall winner last Saturday in the Mebane on the Move 10K, finishing the race in 36:42.81. Teresa Harmon of Hillsborough was the female runner-up in 45:22, behind winner Jill Fricke of Mebane (45:04). Randy Jones of Chapel Hill (42:56) was the men’s 30-39 age group winner.
In the Mebane 5K, Jim Hotelling of Chapel Hill (23:09) was the Grandmaster Males winner. Precocious Timmy Lynn of Mebane won the 5K in 17:45.81.Entrants clean up in Trooper Mud Run
Several Orange County runners did well in last Saturday’s Trooper Challenge Mud Run in Saxapahaw, including some age-group winners. Samuel Moore of Reidsville won the obstacle course “misery run” in 26:47.
Chapel Hill’s Hayley Stratton (13-19 females), Agustin Fiorito Jr. (13-19 males) and April Laures (50-up females) each finished first in their division, as did Doug Kopec of Carrboro (50-up males).Third PBC fall qualifier set for Sunday
Chad Craven of Raleigh and teammate Tommy Farley of Virginia caught five bass with a total weight of 18.36 pounds to win the second qualifying tournament of the Piedmont Bass Classics Fall Team Trail.
Jeremy Martin and Charley Vaughn, both from Rougemont, finished second with five bass weighing 16.76 pounds.
All PBC events employ catch-and-release techniques.
The next PBC tournament will be the 2012 JB Custom Rods Fall Trail’s third qualifier Sunday at Shearon Harris Lake, starting from Holleman’s Crossing Wildlife Ramp. W.E. Warnock
All rights reserved. This copyrighted material may not be published, broadcast or redistributed in any manner.