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Can you ID these faces from the past?


Each week in The Wilson Times, we will run a couple or three old photos of Wilson Recreation Department teams or players. Today’s photos are the 1982 women’s softball Open League All-Stars and the 1988 fourth-grade boys basketball regular-season and tournament champion Spurs.

If you recognize the people 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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Charlene said...

1982 Women's Softball All-Stars
Front Row: Barbara Harrell, Carolyn _________, LouAnn Davis Wooten , Jeanette _______,Janet__________, Vickie Shingleton, Milly Sexton
Back Row, Coach ________,__________, _________,__________, Charlene Boykin King, JoAnn Griffin, Lynn Boykin Beamon, Teresa Taylor

Monday, March 25, 2013 at 10:59 AM
1988 Basketball said...

Back left Randy Prouty

Friday, March 22, 2013 at 10:57 AM
Caroline said...

kneeling: on far right is Milly Sexton.....
Standing: counting from right... 3rd girl is Joann Griffin.
Standing: counting from right.... 5th girl is ??? Holland... can remember the first name to save my life.

Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 9:09 AM
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