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The old Albemarle jinx once again proved to be fatal
to the gridiron huslcies of Brown High. The Little Vvon-
ders finished the season in second place in the southern
division S. P. C., losing only to the powerful Bulldogs
bv the narrow margin of 25-24. The spine-tingling contest
was a thriller from start to finish but the locals found
themselves on the short end of the tally when the gun
Leading the near-championship squad to its admirable
record was all-starer Leroy Sccrcv. Others called on to
carry the brunt of the Wonder attack were Larry Hamby,
Wayrie Anderson, Raymond Alexander, Conrad Sloop,
Freddie Whitaker, Eugene Massey, and jerry Moss.
Although a number of Wonders placed on all-conference
and all-county teams Leroy Scercy out-did his teammates
to the extent that an outsider would have thought that
he was the only player Kannapolis had. This was certainly
far from being true but Leroy did play in the Shrine Bowl
and was chosen by several newspapers as all-state material.
Nine lettermen will be lost by graduation but the re-
maining reserves are confident that they will make up the
deficit and next year conquer the "jinx."