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1984 Queen City Relays

Myers Park High School, Charlotte, NC
Saturday - April 14, 1984

Girls Results
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Hand Timing. No wind guages.

BOYS:

100m Dash
1. Bobby Hill      Dobyns-Bennett      10.6
2. Cedric Roberts  North Forsyth       10.6
3. Bill Beamer     Char. Independence  10.7
4. Terry McDaniels Charlotte Garinger  10.7
5. Charles Holland South Mecklenburg   10.8
6. Rex Tonkins     Greensboro Grimsley 10.9


3200m Run
1. Bobby Urban    N.E. Richland (SC)   9:34.0
2. Scott Smith    Dobyns-Bennett (TN)  9:34.1
3. Bobby Parlsley Unicoi (TN)          9:37.2
4. Andy Reed      Greensboro Grimsley 10:02.2
5. Jay Youngblood North Mecklenburg   10:12.0
6. Pat Alttekruse A.C. Flora (SC)     10:12.5


300m Hurdles
1. John Givens      Charlotte Garinger      38.3
2. Wayne Brown      High Point T.W. Andrews 38.4
3. Haywoode Workman Charlotte Myers Park    39.0
4. Teddy Pauling    Charlotte Independence  39.5
5. Charles Goins    Winston-Salem Parkland  40.?
6. Robinson         Winston Salem Parkland  40.7


4x100 Meter Relay
1. Charlotte Independence 42.2
(Bill Beamer, Harold Simpson, James Jett, Bobby Sloan)
2t Lower Richland (SC)    42.7
2t North Mecklenburg      42.7
4t North Forsyth          42.8
4t Charlotte Myers Park   42.8
4t East Mecklenburg       42.8


4x200 Meter Relay
1. Charlotte Garinger     1:27.5
(Terry McDaniels, Derrick Glenn, John Givens, Mark Sanders)
2. Charlotte Independence 1:28.5
3. East Mecklenburg       1:28.5
4. North Mecklenburg      1:29.8
5. South Mecklenburg      1:30.2
6. North Forsyth          1:30.4


4x400 Meter Relay
1. Charlotte Independence 3:22.0
(Teddy Pauling 51.7, Kelly Dixon 50.5, Bobby Sloan 50.5, Harold Simpson 49.3)
2. East Mecklenburg       3:22.0
3. Greensboro Grimsley    3:22.6
4. North Forsyth          3:24.?
5. W-S R.J. Reynolds      3:26.2
6. South Mecklenburg      3:28.1


4x800 Meter Relay
1. Greensboro Grimsley   8:02.6
(Pat Goodman, Bryce Carter, Derrick Leonard, Jim Leone)
2. Kannapolis A.L. Brown 8:12.1
3. Irmo (SC)             8:12.4
4. Dobyns-Bennett (TN)   8:20.1
5. North Forsyth         8:28.6
6. South Mecklenburg     8:28.8


Sprint Medley Relay
1. Charlotte Garinger   3:36.0
(Derrick Glenn, Mark Sanders, Maurice Lowery, Thayne Harmon)
2. East Mecklenburg     3:41.8
3. South Mecklenburg    3:42.1
4. Char. Independence   3:43.0
5. Greensboro Grimsley  3:45.1
6. Charlotte Myers Park 3:47.2 


Distance Medley Relay
1. Dobyns-Bennett (TN)    10:47.0
(Andy Beach, Mark Breeding, Scott Ward, Scott Smith)
2. Greensboro Grimsley    10:48.2
3. W-S R.J. Reynolds      10:56.4
4. Charlotte Independence 11:02.6
5. Charlotte Myers Park   11:06.3
6. East Mecklenburg       11:09.8


Shuttle Hurdle Relay
1. Charlotte Myers Park    56.5
(Dale Williams, Haywoode Workman, Derrick Crowder, Darrell Clark)
2. Greensboro Grimsley     57.4
3. W-S R.J. Reynolds       57.4
4. High Point T.W. Andrews 58.1
5. Rock Hill (SC)          59.1
6. Gastonia Hunter Huss    60.1


Long Jump
1. Bobby Hill       Dobyns-Bennett (TN)  23-8.75 Tied Meet Record
2. Alvin Blakeney   Charlotte Myers Park 22-9
3. Harvey Anthony   Rock Hill (SC)       22-8
4. Anthony Davidson West Mecklenburg     22-0
5. Richard Moore    Charlotte Garinger   21-11.75
6. Donnell Walton   South Mecklenburg    21-11


Triple Jump
1. Donnell Walton   South Mecklenburg    46-10
2. Haywoode Workman Charlotte Myers Park 45-9.5
3. Kandell Jackson  Gastonia Hunter Huss 45-4
4. Richard Moore    Charlotte Garinger   45-3.75 
5. Steve Murrell    Northeast Guilford   44-5.75
6. Rick Cardin      Morganton Freedom    43-8.75


High Jump
1. Bobby Hill       Dobyns-Bennett (TN)     6-6
2. Hayes Brown      High Point T.W. Andrews 6-6
3. Richard Moore    Charlotte Garinger      6-6
4. Donovan McCrae   Charlotte Independence  6-4
5. Tyrone Scott     East Mecklenburg        6-4
6. Stephen Morrison Sun Valley              6-4


Pole Vault
1. Shawn Collins    Charlotte Myers Park   13-6
2. Ron Goforth      Morganton Freedom      12-0
3. Colson Williams  North Mecklenburg      11-6
4. Matt Madden      Rock Hill Northwestern 11-6
5. Guy Earley       West Mecklenburg       11-0
6t Maurice Morrison North Forsyth          10-6
6t Marty Effird     Sun Valley             10-6


Shot Put
1. Tommy Eckard     Hickory                62-9.5
(New Meet Record. Old Rec: 58-4 Eckard 1983)
2. Henry Carter     Gastonia Hunter Huss   53-6.75
3. Stacey Friel     Northeast Guilford     51-9.75
4. Reginald Stinson Charlotte Harding      51-6.5
5. Douglas Good     East Forsyth           51-3
6. Elton Bailey     Charlotte Independence 49-11


Discus
1. Tommy Eckard      Hickory                 166-0
(New Meet Record. Old Rec: 164-11 Stan Cunningham, Garinger 1976)
2. Torrence Casey    Charlotte Myers Park    159-11
3. Stephen Jefferson A.C. Flora (SC)         142-1
4. Jay Deaver        South Mecklenburg       140-3
5. Charlies Silas    Dobyns-Bennett (TN)     137-4
6. Carlos Humpfrey   High Point T.W. Andrews 134-3


GIRLS:

100m Dash
1. Teri LeBlanc    South Mecklenburg   11.8
(New Meet Record. Old Rec: 11.9 Robin Cremedy, E. Forsyth 1981)
2. Tammy Clemmons  Hickory             12.1
3. Mona Sensabaugh Dobyns-Bennett (TN) 12.2
4. Sharon Roseboro North Forsyth       12.2
5. Denise Dunavant East Forsyth        12.3
6. Neese Gray      North Mecklenburg   12.3


3200m Run
1. Michelle Crow    Irmo (SC)            11:35.8
2. Jennifer Ailshie Dobyns-Bennett (TN)  11:44.0
3. Sandy Kuhr       South Mecklenburg    11:47.4
4. Mary McDonough   Charlotte Myers Park 11:57.3
5. Wendy McLees     Greensboro Grimsley  12:02.5
6. Pam Fritz        A.C. Fora (SC)       13:10.0


4x100m Relay
1. North Mecklenburg      49.4
(Janet McAfee, Tiffani Johnson, Rommell Blakeney, Neese Gray)
2. High Point TW Andrews  49.8
3. North Forsyth          49.9
4. Greensboro Grimsley    50.0
5. East Forsyth           50.4
6. Charlotte Independence 50.4


4x200m Relay
1. Charlotte Independence 1:46.2
(Sheila Green, Patrina Massey, Valerie Logan, Audrea Robinson)
2. North Forsyth          1:45.9
3. High Point TW Andrews  1:47.3
4. East Mecklenburg       1:48.5
5. Hickory                1:48.6
6. Charlotte Garinger     1:50.2


4x400m Relay
1. Charlotte Independence 4:08.4
(Sheila Green 61.7, Kim Heath 61.5, Valerie Logan 64.2, Audrea Robinson 61.0)
2. Albemarle              4:15.8
3. Greensboro Grimsley    4:16.2
4. High Point TW Andrews  4:26.3
5. South Mecklenburg      4:28.2
6. North Mecklenburg      4:50.2


4x800m Relay
1. South Mecklenburg    10:09.8
(Carmen Nordman, Liz Neill, Tricia Crowley, Sandy Kuhr)
2. Irmo (SC)            10:26.1
3. Greensboro Grimsley  10:39.7
4. Hickory              10:42.0
5. Charlotte Myers Park 10:44.7
6. Dobyns-Bennett (TN)  10:45.9


Sprint Medley Relay
1. South Mecklenburg    2:24.0
(Stephanie Connor, Kathy Badel, Teri LeBlanc, Carmen Nordman)
2. East Mecklenburg     2:26.0
3. Charlotte Garinger   2:30.5
4. Charlotte Myers Park 2:36.5
5. Char. Independence   2:38.6
6. Albemarle            2:39.5


Distance Medley Relay
1. Irmo (SC)           13:20.2
(Kirsten Runkle, Paige Ballard, Tammy Topley, Michelle Crow)
2. South Mecklenburg   13:27.4
3. Hickory             13:52.2
4. Greensboro Grimsley 14:05.0
5. Greensboro Page     14:12.6
6. Char. Independence  14:14.0


Shuttle Hurdle Relay
1. South Mecklenburg     1:03.1
(Kathy Badel, Vea Jenkins, Julid Sparks, Teri LeBlanc)
2. Char. Independence    1:05.2
3. High Point TW Andrews 1:07.4
4. Northeast Guilford    1:09.6
5. Hickory               1:09.8
6. West Charlotte        1:13.4


Long Jump
1. Debra Alexander East Forsyth       18-0
2. Neese Gray      North Mecklenburg  17-9.5
3. Vea Jenkins     South Mecklenburg  17-4.5
4. Darlene Hayes   High Point Andrews 17-3.5
5. Jackie Faulkner West Charlotte     17-0.5
6. Pam Frost       Charlotte Harding  17-0


Triple Jump
1. Patrina Massey  Charlotte Independence 36-7
2. Cheryl Weaver   Charlotte Independence 36-3
3. Jackie Faulkner West Charlotte         34-10.5
4. Trina Brooks    Albemarle              34-1.5
5. Barbara Austin  Rock Hill (SC)         33-5.75
6. Tangie Gates    South Mecklenburg      32-10.75


High Jump
1. Teri LeBlanc    South Mecklenburg    5-6.5
2. Lynnette Gilian W-S Parkland         5-0
3. Andrea Bryant   Greensboro Grimsley  5-0
4. Shannon Thomas  High Point Andrews   4-10
5. Gina Cornelis   West Charlotte       4-10
6. Charlotte Floyd Gastonia Hunter Huss 4-10


Shot Put
1. Vanessa Hatch    High Point Andrews     37-1
2. Faye Miller      Charlotte Independence 35-2.75
3. Sandra Curbean   Rock Hill (SC)         35-8.75
4. Lynn Foster      Winston-Salem Parkland 35-0.25
5. Shirley Robinson Rock Hill (SC)         34-7.25
6. Mneka Okeke      Greensboro Page        34-3.5


Discus
1. Vanessa Hatch    High Point Andrews    113-10
2. Frankie Chapman  Hickory               105-3
3. Sandra Curbean   Rock Hill (SC)        102-3
4. Lynn Foster      Winston-Salem Parkland 98-9.5
5. Lisa Austin      Charlotte Harding      98-8.5
6. Sherri Gordon    North Forsyth          95-10.5

This was the 29th Queen City Relays.

The Ralph Sandiford Award (Outstanding Female Participant) went to Teri LeBlanc of South Mecklenburg.

The Stuart Allen Award (Outstanding Male Participant) went to Tommy Eckard of Hickory.

Results were faded (old mimeographed blue ink) on yellowed 8 1/2 by 11" paper, difficult to read, so some misspellings and typos are possibly above.

Where times differed between the official results sheets, and newspaper results, I went with the official sheets (although difficult to read, even using a magnifying glass).

The Girls' Pole Vault was not added as an event until 1999.

Abbreviations: W-S = Winston-Salem, Char = Charlotte, SC = South Carolina, TN = Tennessee.


Source: The Charlotte Observer, Sunday - Apr. 15, 1984

Eckerd, LeBlanc Set Queen City Marks

Independence High's Patrina Massey

By Mike Cearley, Special Correspondent

There were more raindrops than records falling Saturday at the 29th annual Queen City Relays. Two meet records were set aand another was tied as nearly 900 competitors (the largest field ever) from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee met at the Myers Park High track.

The meet started at 9 a.m under warm and sunny skies. But by mid-afternoon, during the girls' distance medley relays, steady rains began, sending participants, coaches and fans running for cover.

After two lengthy rain delays, the final event was run in sunshine.

South Mecklenburg's Teri LeBlanc and Hickory's Tommy Eckerd are the two new record-holders. Each received outstanding participant awards.

LeBlanc, who won four events, captured the 100-meter race in an official time of 11.8. That was a tenth of a second better than the old mark set by Robin Cremedy of East Forsyth in 1981.

LeBlanc was actually clocked at 11.72, but any fraction over a tenth of a second goes on record at the next highest tenth.

Eckerd set two records, breaking one of his own. His toss of 62 feet 9 1/2 inches in the shot put bettered his mark of 58-4 last season. He won the discus with a throw of 166-0, surpassing the eight-year-old mark of 164-11, set by Garinger's Stan Cunningham.

Bobby Hill of Dobyns-Bennett High (Kingsport, Tenn.) won the long jump, tying the meet record of 23-9.5, the high jump and 100-meter run.

LeBlanc also won the high jump with a leap of 5-6 1/2 and was instrumental in South's relay victories in the shuttle hurdles and sprint medley.

"I am real pleased with my time in the 100," said LeBlanc, a senior who will attend Missouri. "I was going for an 11.8 (her personal best) or an 11.7. The record is what I really wanted and I am very happy that I got it."

There were no team scores kept in the event. If there had been, South Mecklenburg's girls' team would have done well. The Sabres took five first places and finished in the top six in four other events.

Athletes from Independence also made a good showing. Patrina Massey captured the triple jump for the Patriots and ran the third leg on the victorious 800-meter relay team. Independence also won the 1600- meter relay and placed in five other events.

Garinger's John Givens was a winner in two boys' events, taking the 300-meter hurdles and running a leg on Garinger's victorious 800 relay team. Garinger also won the sprint medley relay.

Independence had winners in two boys' events -- the 400 and 1600 relays.

Host Myers Park placed first in the boys' shuttle hurdle relay and Shawn Collins won the pole vault for the Mustangs.



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