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Photos by Michelle PayneFour teams from Carroll County Special Olympics took part in the Owen M. Grogan Memorial Area 8 Tournament at Roanoke College in Salem on Sunday, March 16. This was the final tournament of the 2013-2014 season for the team, and they would like to thank every team that scrimmaged with them during regular practices in the fall and winter to get them ready, the great crowd that attended the Classic to get them ready for the noise and excitement, Carroll County Schools for the use of facilities and transportation, and the County for continued use of Woodlawn Gym for practices. Pictured is the Carroll County Hi Flyers, standing, from left: Brad Crotts, Donnie Marshall III, Tosha King, LaRae Hall, Al Bonner, Matt Funk, Brian Hash, Brittany Willard, Mason Graham. Kneeling: Brook Criner.
Photos by Michelle PayneFour teams from Carroll County Special Olympics took part in the Owen M. Grogan Memorial Area 8 Tournament at Roanoke College in Salem on Sunday, March 16. This was the final tournament of the 2013-2014 season for the team, and they would like to thank every team that scrimmaged with them during regular practices in the fall and winter to get them ready, the great crowd that attended the Classic to get them ready for the noise and excitement, Carroll County Schools for the use of facilities and transportation, and the County for continued use of Woodlawn Gym for practices. Pictured is the Carroll County Hi Flyers, standing, from left: Brad Crotts, Donnie Marshall III, Tosha King, LaRae Hall, Al Bonner, Matt Funk, Brian Hash, Brittany Willard, Mason Graham. Kneeling: Brook Criner.
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Four teams from Carroll County Special Olympics took part in the Owen M. Grogan Memorial Area 8 Tournament at Roanoke College in Salem on Sunday, March 16. This was the final tournament of the 2013-2014 season for the team, and they would like to thank every team that scrimmaged with them during regular practices in the fall and winter to get them ready, the great crowd that attended the Classic to get them ready for the noise and excitement, Carroll County Schools for the use of facilities and transportation, and the County for continued use of Woodlawn Gym for practices.


 
 
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