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Can you ID these faces from the past?


Each week in The Wilson Times, we will run a photo or three of these old Wilson Recreation Department teams. The 1980s reign supreme with today’s trio of photos, which feature the 1983 Industrial League Division I men’s softball regular-season champion and tournament runner-up Firestone, the 1985 Midget League football champion Park Avenue Packers and the 1985 5th-6th Grade boys basketbal tournament champion Warriors.

If you know who the people are in the photos, you can call us at 252-265-7808, email us at sports@wilsontimes.com or just leave a comment on the online story at www.wilsontimes.com.

We will compile all the responses and post them on the comments section online.

If you would like a digital copy of one of the photos, drop by the office at Recreation Park Community Center on Sunset Road.

For a $2 donation to Wilson Recreation Department athletics programs, you can get an emailed copy.

For more information, contact the Rec at 252-399-2266.
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CURTIS said...

PHOTO #3....PERSON OLN BACKA ROW, FAR LEFT, IS TOMMY WHITLEY....HE LIVES BY FLEMING SDTADIUM.

Wednesday, January 09, 2013 at 10:33 PM
5th-6th Warriors said...

Back row, second from left, looks like Michael Dunn, owner of Pups Steakhouse.

Tuesday, January 08, 2013 at 3:06 PM
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