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For the third time this year, Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Thomas St. Clair has been named the AstroTurf South Atlantic Conference Baseball Pitcher Of The Week.

St. Clair, a senior from Winston-Salem, N.C., notched his second straight complete game victory last Saturday in a 6-2 triumph over Catawba in the first game of a home league doubleheader.

St. Clair allowed just one earned run in addition to 16 strikeouts against Catawba and has struck out 33 batters in his last two outings.

St. Clair, last week’s national pitcher of the week by the NCBWA, is 6-0 on the year with a 1.29 earned run average. St. Clair also leads NCAA Division II in strikeouts with 62.

Wingate’s Bradley Brown was named the AstroTurf South Atlantic Conference Baseball Player Of The Week.

Lenoir-Rhyne (14-5) returns to the field on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m., when the Bears host Belmont Abbey (10-11).

Non-conference:
Bunker Hill: 5
St. Stephens: 3

Enka: 10
Patton: 6

Hibriten: 6
Wilkes Central: 3


South Iredell: 7
Bandys: 6

Non-conference:
Patton: 18
Hickory: 1

St. Stephens: 7
Bandys: 6

Non-conference:
Alexander Central: 3
Bandys: 0

Fred T. Foard: 8
Maiden: 1

R-S Central: 5
Freedom: 1

South Caldwell: 1
Hickory Christian Academy: 0

TC Roberson: 4
Hibriten: 0

West Henderson: 4
Patton: 2

Catawba Valley Community College will be hosting the 2017 Region 10 / District J Women's Basketball Tournament on Thursday, March 9th through Saturday, March 11th at the Tarlton Complex on the CVCC campus.

The Red Hawks finished their regular season with an overall record of 20-7, including 12-6 in Region 10 play. The Red Hawks claimed the No. 5 seed and will play No. 4 Bryant & Stratton College (20-9, 12-6) in a tournament quarterfinal contest on Thursday, March 9th at 12 pm. The Red Hawks split with Bryant & Stratton on the season and lost the tiebreaker for the 4 seed by Bryant & Stratton having a better quality win over the #2 seed Guilford Tech in the regular season.

The Region 10 Tournament is made up of eight teams from North Carolina and Virginia. The #1 seed for the tournament is #14 nationally ranked Cape Fear (NC) Community College. The #12 ranked nationally team Guilford Technical (NC) Community College holds the #2 seed, while the #3 seed Louisburg (NC) College is ranked #17 nationally. The following seeds are #4 Bryant & Stratton (VA) College, #5 Catawba Valley, #6 Wake Technical (NC) Community College and #7 Patrick Henry (VA) Community College. There is a play in game tonight where #8 Lenoir (NC) Community College will play #9 Brunswick (NC) Community College at Lenoir CC in Kinston, NC for the final spot in the tournament.

Catawba Valley clinched a 20 win season by defeating #17 ranked Louisburg at home in their last game of the season, the marks the first 20 win season since 2013/14 for the Red Hawks. Catawba Valley has been led by 3 double digit scorers. Freshman guard Shaniya Lester leads the team by scoring 15.0 points per game while grabbing 4.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists per game and leading the team in 2.1 steals per game. Sophomore forward Jala Daniels averages 12.0 points and leads the team with 7.5 rebounds per game while being the only player to start all 27 games this season. Fellow sophomore guard Ieshia Love is averaging 10.7 points with 3.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game.

Play-in Round, Monday, March 6 at Lenoir Community College
6 p.m. | No. 8 Lenoir vs. No. 9 Brunswick

Quarterfinals, Thursday, March 9 at Catawba Valley Community College
12 p.m. | No. 4 Bryant & Stratton vs. No. 5 Catawba Valley
2 p.m. | No. 1 Cape Fear vs. No. 8 Lenoir/No. 9 Brunswick
4 p.m. | No. 2 Guilford Tech vs. No. 7 Patrick Henry
6 p.m. | No. 3 Louisburg vs. No. 9 Wake Tech

Semifinals, Friday, March 10 at Catawba Valley Community College
2 p.m. | B&S-CVCC winner vs. CFCC-LCC/BCC winner
4 p.m. | GTCC-PHCC winner vs. LC-WTCC winner

Championship, Saturday, March 11, 2:00 p.m. at Catawba Valley Community College

Appalachian State University men’s basketball’s Ronshad Shabazz (Raleigh, N.C./Huntington Prep (W.V.)) was named to the Sun Belt Conference third-team for his performance on the court this season, as voted on by the league’s coaches and announced by the league office on Monday.

Shabazz led the Mountaineers in scoring this season (16.6 ppg) and finished sixth in the league in that category. He posted 480 points on the year and is now just 150 points shy of becoming the 32nd 1,000-point scorer in program history.

The Raleigh, N.C., could become the second-fastest player to reach the 1,000-point plateau in program history. Shabazz has scored 850 points in 60 career games. John Pyecha scored 1,155 points in just 55 games from 1952-55.

This season Shabazz achieved his career-high in scoring in a four-point loss at Georgia Southern that saw the sophomore guard notch 36 points on 13-for-24 shooting from the field and 6-for-12 from three. The 13 made field goals were a career high.

He posted his second 30-point outing in three games when he scored 33 points against UTA. Shabazz finished 12-for-19 from the field and 8-for-12 from three.

Hickory Motor Speedway opened its 66th season Saturday with the running of the Cosmo Motors Spring Classic season opener.
First up would be the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models running the first of their twin 50 lap features of the night. The #76 of Ryan Millington would start from the pole after setting the fast time in qualifying but the #5 of Cole Glasson wasn’t far behind starting second. Charlie Watson in the #9 and Jake Ruggles in the #29 would make up row 2 for the start. Millington would take the early lead in his attempt to repeat season opening wins, after taking the 2016 season opener at The Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars. Glasson and Watson would both challenge for the win but Millington would prove to be too strong and take the POW-MIA Freedom Car to victory lane. Watson would move up to grab the 2nd position with Glasson finishing 3rd. Andrew Garcia in the #12 would bring home a hard fought 4th place finish as would Jake Ruggles securing another top 5 finish.
Next up the fans would see the Cosmo Motors Street Stocks and their 35 lap feature. Kevin Eby in the #03 would lead the field to green with Cody DeMarmels in the #18 to his outside. Eby would jump to the early lead but DeMarmels would stay within striking distance. The pair would run much of the race side by side with Mark Whitten in the #77 working his way into striking distance. After the hard fought side by side battle Eby would finally nose ahead and take the checkered flag for the win. DeMarmels would finish 2nd with Whitten 3rd. Eric Evans in the #07 and Marshall Sutton in the #64 would round out the top 5.
The Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models would roll off next in their 50 lap feature and Round #1 of the Paramount Kia Challenge. Jeremy Pelfrey in the #51 would start from the pole with Mitch Walker in the #29 to his outside. Dillon Houser in the #11 and Matt Elledge in the #99 would make up row 2. Pelfrey would grab the early lead with Walker close in tow. The battle behind the front duo would stay interesting as Houser and Elledge would mix it up with Monty Cox in the #21, Pat Rachels in the #34, and Alex Reece in the #18. Pelfrey would drive on to take the win and continue on his hot streak of 2016 when he would win the most races in the Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models. Walker would keep Pelfrey close but would have to settle for 2nd with Rachels charging up to 3rd. Reece and Cox would round out the top 5.
The Super Trucks would hit the track next with 2015 Super Trucks champion Tyler Dayton in #36 leading the field to the green and Joey Shuryan in the #30 to his outside. Dayton would jump to the point with the battle for second raging between Shuryan, 2016 Super Trucks champ Sheflon Clay in the #15, Charlie Neill in the #26, and Allen Huffman in the #51. Dayton would hold on and prove to tough for the field and take his first win of 2017. Clay would work his way up to grab the 2nd finishing position with Huffman coming home 3rd. Neill in his first Super Trucks start would have a good run and finish 4th with Shuryan rounding out the top 5.
The always exciting Renegades would roar to life with their 20 lap feature and definitely not fail to please. The #97 of Danny Crump Jr. would lead the field to the green flag and jump to the early lead. David Hasson in the #83 and Kyle DiVanna in the #71 would have a great battle together and eventually the leader Crump. Late in the race the caution would fly after Ben Campbell in the #69 would have a good run ended by mechanical problems. As the leaders took the green flag Crump would be black flagged for jumping the restart. Even though Crump did not acknowledge the black flag and continued on the track he would no longer be scored and this would leave the race to be settled by Hasson and DiVanna. The pair would battle to the very end, coming off of turn 4 side by side. They would make contact and spin together across the line to the checkered flag. Hasson would take the win, narrowly beat DiVanna to the checkers, albeit spinning simultaneously. DiVanna would slide home in 2nd place and his dad Robert DiVanna crossing the line in 3rd.
Rounding out the night’s events would be the 2nd twin 50 for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models. An 8 car invert of the finishers of the first race would put Omar Jurado in the #15 on the pole with Kyle Mansch in the #71 to his outside. Ty Gibbs in the #18 and Jake Ruggles in the #29 would make up row 2. As the cars rolled through turn 4 Ruggles’ car would pull out of line and move towards the back with mechanical issues causing a yellow. Before the field would make it back around Mansch’s car would join Ruggles’ car as they would both head down pit road. The field would attempt another start with Jurado leading, Gibbs to his outside, Andrew Garcia in the #12 and Cole Glasson in the #5 making up row 2. Gibbs would move to the lead for a while until Glasson would work his way around him. Glasson would pace the field till late in the race when the #16 of R.D. Smith would close in and do battle with the leader. The pair would put on a thrilling show in the closing laps, running side by side, with Glasson looking to get his first win at the famed 3/8th mile oval. However, the experience of Smith would prevail as he would nose ahead at the checkered flag to take the win by a half a car length. Glasson would post his best Hickory Motor Speedway finish and come home in 2nd with Ryan Millington in the #76 finishing 3rd after starting toward the back. Tal Davidson in the #77 and Charlie Watson in the #9 would round out the top 5.

Racing returns to Hickory Motor Speedway next Saturday night with another action packed night of NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing featuring twin 40 lap features for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Bojangles Late Models, 35 laps for the Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models, 30 laps for the Cosmo Motors Street Stocks, 25 laps for the 4 Cylinders, and 25 laps for the vintage Classic Sportsman Racing Association.
Gates open at 5:15pm, Qualifying at 5:30pm, Autograph Session 6:30pm, and Racing at 7:30pm.
Tickets only $12.50 Adults, $10.50 Youth/Seniors, children 10 & under FREE!

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Hickory Motor Speedway
Race Results for 3/4/2017

Late Model - Qualifying
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 76 Ryan Millington Statesville, NC
2 5G Cole Glasson Rockwall, TX
3 9W Charlie Watson Lenoir, NC
4 18G Ty Gibbs Charlotte, NC
5 29 Jake Ruggles Kannapolis, NC
6 16S R D Smith II Burlington, NC
7 71 Kyle Mansch Lenoir, NC
8 77T Tal Davidson Mooresville, NC
9 15O Omar Jurado Huntersville, NC
10 12G Andrew Garcia Eagle Pass TX, NC
11 41T Dennis Trivette Newton, NC
12 83 Justin Carroll Concord, NC

Late Model - Twin I
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 76 Ryan Millington Statesville, NC
2 9W Charlie Watson Lenoir, NC
3 5G Cole Glasson Rockwall, TX
4 12G Andrew Garcia Eagle Pass TX, NC
5 29 Jake Ruggles Kannapolis, NC
6 18G Ty Gibbs Charlotte, NC
7 71 Kyle Mansch Lenoir, NC
8 15O Omar Jurado Huntersville, NC
9 77T Tal Davidson Mooresville, NC
10 41T Dennis Trivette Newton, NC
11 16S R D Smith II Burlington, NC
12 83 Justin Carroll Concord, NC

Late Model - Twin II
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 16S R D Smith II Burlington, NC
2 5G Cole Glasson Rockwall, TX
3 76 Ryan Millington Statesville, NC
4 77T Tal Davidson Mooresville, NC
5 9W Charlie Watson Lenoir, NC
6 18G Ty Gibbs Charlotte, NC
7 12G Andrew Garcia Eagle Pass TX, NC
8 15O Omar Jurado Huntersville, NC
9 71 Kyle Mansch Lenoir, NC
10 29 Jake Ruggles Kannapolis, NC
11 41T Dennis Trivette Newton, NC
12 83 Justin Carroll Concord, NC

Limited Late Model - Feature
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 51 Jeremy Pelfrey Lenoir, NC
2 29 Mitch Walker Newton, NC
3 34 Pat Rachels China Grove, NC
4 18R Alex Reece Granite Falls, NC
5 21 Monty Cox Granite Falls, NC
6 11 Dillon Houser Hildebran, NC
7 99E Matthew Elledge Statesville, NC
8 3D Dylan Oliver Stanley, NC
9 5 Juan Gonzales ,
10 43 Greg Wise Candler, NC
11 93 Jamie Sutton Waynesville, NC
12 97L William Lester Lexington, NC

Limited Late Model - Qualifying
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 51 Jeremy Pelfrey Lenoir, NC
2 29 Mitch Walker Newton, NC
3 11 Dillon Houser Hildebran, NC
4 99E Matthew Elledge Statesville, NC
5 21 Monty Cox Granite Falls, NC
6 18R Alex Reece Granite Falls, NC
7 34 Pat Rachels China Grove, NC
8 3D Dylan Oliver Stanley, NC
9 5 Juan Gonzales ,
10 43 Greg Wise Candler, NC
11 93 Jamie Sutton Waynesville, NC
12 97L William Lester Lexington, NC DNS

Renegades - Feature
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 71 Kyle Divanna Statesville, NC
2 71D Robert Divanna Statesville, NC
3 18 Casey Meyer Troutman, nc
4 97 Danny Crump, Jr. Morganton, NC
5 69 Ben Campbell Hudson, NC
6 51 Robbie Hollifield Morganton, NC
7 1 Justin Austin ,
8 6 Darren Dickinson Hickory, NC
9 83 David Hasson Newton, NC DQ

Renegades - Qualifying
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 97 Danny Crump, Jr. Morganton, NC
2 83 David Hasson Newton, NC
3 71 Kyle Divanna Statesville, NC
4 69 Ben Campbell Hudson, NC
5 71D Robert Divanna Statesville, NC
6 18 Casey Meyer Troutman, nc
7 51 Robbie Hollifield Morganton, NC
8 1 Justin Austin ,
9 6 Darren Dickinson Hickory, NC DQ

Street Stocks - Feature
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 3 Kevin Eby Lenior, NC
2 18D Cody DeMarmels Newton, NC
3 77P Mark Whitten Hogtown, VA, VA
4 7 Eric Evans Mooresville, NC
5 64 Marshall Sutton Burnsville, NC
6 69 Trey Buff Hickory, NC
7 2J Ethan Johnson Hudson, NC
8 9C Chris Torrence Denver, NC

Street Stocks - Qualifying
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 3 Kevin Eby Lenior, NC
2 18D Cody DeMarmels Newton, NC
3 77P Mark Whitten Hogtown, VA, VA
4 7 Eric Evans Mooresville, NC
5 64 Marshall Sutton Burnsville, NC
6 69 Trey Buff Hickory, NC
7 2J Ethan Johnson Hudson, NC DNS
8 9C Chris Torrence Denver, NC DQ

Super Trucks - Feature
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 36D Tyler Dayton Mooresville, NC
2 15C Sheflon Clay Asheville, NC
3 51 Allen Huffman Hickory, NC
4 26 Charlie Neill Hickory, NC
5 30 Joey Shuryan Dearborn, MI
6 8 Robert Hapeman Midland, NC
7 45 Tanner Long Kernersville, NC
8 99 David Messer Asheville, nc
9 3 Colby White Maiden, NC
10 97H Zach Hale Catawba, NC DNS

Super Trucks - Qualifying
Finish Car No Driver Hometown DQ/DNS/DNF
1 36D Tyler Dayton Mooresville, NC
2 30 Joey Shuryan Dearborn, MI
3 15C Sheflon Clay Asheville, NC
4 26 Charlie Neill Hickory, NC
5 51 Allen Huffman Hickory, NC
6 8 Robert Hapeman Midland, NC
7 99 David Messer Asheville, nc
8 45 Tanner Long Kernersville, NC
9 97H Zach Hale Catawba, NC
10 3 Colby White Maiden, NC

Appalachian State University women’s basketball guards Joi Jones (Duluth, Ga./Duluth) and Madi Story (Maiden, N.C./Bandys) were both named Third-Team All-Sun Belt on Monday, as the league office announced Sun Belt All-Conference Awards.

Voted on by the league’s coaches and media members, the duo of Story and Jones both were named all-conference for the first time in their respective careers. App is one of six schools (Little Rock, Louisiana, UT Arlington, Georgia Southern, Georgia State) to have multiple student-athletes to earn the accolade, and it’s the first time since 2012-13 that two Mountaineers (Maryah Sydnor, Anna Freeman) garnered all-conference honors.


Story has put in a career year where she’s averaging career highs in points per game (13.2 ppg), rebounds (7.0 rpg), assists (2.5 apg), free throw percentage (72.9%) and 3-pointers made (35). The junior is tied for the team lead with Jones in scoring while leading the team in rebounds, 3-pointers and free throw percentage when attempting at least 100 free throws. Story is one of four student-athletes in the league to lead her team in scoring and leads all guards in the conference with five double-doubles. Story ranks ninth in the league in scoring, seventh in efficiency at 10.2 (natstat.com, sixth in rebounding, fifth in minutes played and both in the top 10 in offensive and defensive rebounding.


In addition, Story has the third-highest scoring output in the league this season with 31 points (North Carolina A&T - 11/30), is one of six student-athletes with at least five double-doubles and is tied for the fifth-most 20-point outings with six. Over the last 13 games, Story is putting in in 16.3 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game.


Jones adds this honor to an already impressive resume after tying the team lead averaging 13.2 points, 4.9 rebounds and a team-high 2.6 assists per game. The senior is one of 24 players to reach the 1,000-point milestone and currently ranks 17th all-time in scoring with 1,157 points while her 286 assists rank seventh in program history. Jones is one of seven players all-time to rank in the top 20 in scoring and top 10 in assists.


Jones ranks 10th in the league in scoring, 13th in assists and 10th in usage at 25.9 percent according to natstat.com, while she is one of 27 student-athletes in the league to record multiple 20-point outings. Jones has scored in double figures in 21 of 29 games, which is the best stretch on the team. She scored a career-high 29 points against College of Charleston and who could forget her memorable buzzer-beater that beat ETSU earlier this season.

Over the last three games heading into the tournament, Jones is putting in solid numbers across the board firing in 15 points, five boards and 4.3 assists per game. Jones has scored in double figures in three-straight games including a season best in conference action with 17 points against Louisiana.

For the second-straight season, Jones and Story lead the team in scoring, which is the first time that’s happened since Ashlen Dewart and Sam Ramirez did so in 2009-10 and 2010-11.

The duo will look to help the Apps past Coastal Carolina on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. (ET) on ESPN3 in the first round of the Sun Belt Tournament.

First Team All-Conference
Sharde’ Collins (Little Rock, G, Senior, Sociology)
Kaitlyn Pratt (Little Rock, F, Senior, Social Work)
Jaylyn Gordon (Louisiana, G, Senior, General Studies)
Rebekah VanDijk (UTA, C, Junior, Pre-Law)
Caitlyn Ramirez (Troy, F, Senior, Psychology)

Second Team All-Conference
Ced Gibson (Coastal Carolina, G, Senior, Interdisciplinary Studies)
Patrice Butler (Georgia Southern, F/C, Senior, Sports Management)
Angel McGowan (Georgia Southern, G, Senior, Mathematics)
Simone Fields (Louisiana, F/C, Junior, Informatics)
Cierra Johnson (UTA, G, Junior, Child Psychology)

Third Team All-Conference
Joi Jones (Appalachian State, G, Senior, Biology)
Madi Story (Appalachian State, F, Junior, Exercise Science)
Jada Lewis (Georgia State, G, Freshman)
Chyna Ellis (South Alabama, C, Junior, Allied Health)
Taeler Deer (Texas State, G, Junior, Exercise/Sport Science)

Player of the Year
Sharde’ Collins (Little Rock, G, Senior, Sociology)

Defensive Player of the Year
Cierra Johnson (UTA, G, Junior, Child Psychology)

Freshman of the Year
Jada Lewis (Georgia State, G, Freshman)

Alexander Central grad Luke Watts allowed just one run through six innings for Appalachian State University baseball, but East Carolina scored three runs to in the seventh to make the final score 4-0 on the final day of the Keith LeClair Classic on Sunday afternoon.

The Mountaineers (5-6) were held scoreless for the first time this season, unable to overcome the ninth-ranked Pirates’ (8-3) starter, who struck out eight on the day and allowed just two hits.

ECU got on the board in the second putting up one run off of a triple down the right field line that was driven home on a sacrifice fly. Off back-to-back singles and a walk to load the bases, the Pirates then brought home the final three runs over the course of the seventh inning. Right-handed pitcher Matt Brill (Coal Valley, Ill./Moline) entered in relief with bases loaded to strike out two and force an infield fly get the Black and Gold out of the jam.

Defensively, Avery Jackson (Ether, N.C./East Montgomery) shined at second base, assisting on six of first-baseman Conner Leonard’s (Winston-Salem, N.C./Reagan) 10 putouts on the day.

After a strong pitching performance in yesterday’s win over Western Carolina, Colin Schmid (New Bern, N.C./New Bern) played the designated-hitter role this afternoon, being one of two App State hitters to go 1-3 (Leonard).

Watts finished with two strikeouts in 6.0 innings, throwing 60 strikes on the day. Brill made his fourth appearance this season to close, going 2.0 innings, striking out four overall and allowing no hits or runs on the afternoon.

After 11 away matches to begin the 2017 season, the Mountaineers will host their season opener on Tuesday, March 7 against UNC Asheville. First pitch is scheduled to take place at 5 p.m. at Smith Stadium.

Appalachian State University track and field stars Darlene Girardeau (Hope Mills, N.C./South View (North Carolina Central)) and Chelsey Hargrave (McLeansville, N.C./Williams) represented the Mountaineers at the 2017 USATF Indoor Track and Field Championships in Albuquerque, N.M. March 4-5.

On Saturday, Hargrave and Girardeau both competed in the women’s long jump alongside some of the best jumpers in the nation and landed in 11th and 13th respectively. Hargrave soared to 11th place thanks to a 19-0.50 (5.80m) mark on her final attempt and Girardeau leaped 17-5.25 (5.31m) on her third jump for 13th.

On the last day of indoor nationals, Hargrave participated in the women’s triple jump, and Girardeau tested her speed on the straightaway in the 60-meter dash. After jumping the tenth-best distance after round two, Hargrave jolted up to seventh place and made the finals due to a personal best triple jump of 42-0.75 (12.82m), the second-best mark ever recorded in App State history for the indoor season. Hargrave attempted to better her mark with another personal best, but her jump in the third round remained as her best effort and finished in seventh. In the 60 meters, Girardeau competed against many world class sprinters and held her own, running 7.51, one millisecond off of her personal best, and finish in 12th.

USATF Indoor Championships Results

60 meters – 12. Darlene Girardeau, 7.51

Long Jump - 11. Chelsey Hargrave, 19-0.50 (5.80m); 13. Darlene Girardeau, 17-5.25 (5.31m)

Hargrave’s Series - 17-4.25 (5.29m); 18-11.75 (5.78m); 19-0.50 (5.80m)

Girardeau’s Series - 16-7.75 (5.07m); 16-11.50 (5.17m); 17-5.25 (5.31m)

Triple Jump – 7. Chelsey Hargrave, 42-0.75 (12.82m) (pr/ 2nd all-time)

Hargrave’s Series – 40-11.50 (12.48m); 40-9.75 (12.44m); 42-0.75 (12.82m); 40-2 (12.24m); F; 38-7 (11.76m)

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