09/06/1948 ~ 10/06/2015 ANGIER- Brenda Kay Guy Hargis, 67, passed away Tuesday. A native of Wake County she was the daughter of the late Charles Wade Guy and Fannie Leola James Guy.
Funeral service will be held Friday at 11:00 AM in the Chapel of Bryan-Lee Funeral Home, Angier. Burial will follow at Lakeside Memorial Gardens, Angier.
She is survived by her husband of forty five years, Glenn Denton Hargis; son, Wade Hargis and wife, Jamie of Angier; two grandchildren, Jacob and Dillon Hargis of Angier.
The family will receive friends Thursday evening 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Bryan-Lee Funeral Home, Angier and at other times at the home of her son Wade.
The USA Water Ski Foundation Hall of Fame Selection Committee is pleased to announce the 2016 Water Ski Hall of Fame Award of Distinction recipients.
Paul Boel, Leza Harrison, Hank Longo, Les Todd and Mark Voisard have made extraordinary contributions to our sport and will be honored on April 16th at the Water Ski Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies along with Hall of Fame Inductees Gerry and Cathy Luiting, William Farrell, Lori Dunsmore and Martie Wells.
AWSA President Sends Out Survey
AWSA President Jeff Surdej, has sent out a survey to all Boys 1-3, Girls 1-3 and Men 1, Women 1 skiers regarding participation in the AWSA Nationals. Please take a moment to fill it out if you or your junior skiers received the survey. If you have multiple junior skiers and they have the same address please send an additional email address so that surveys can be counted for each junior skier. [ 40 more words. ]
NC Team Tournament Results
NC Team Tournament - hosted by the Clear Lake Water Skiers was won by The Skyview_Sandhills team. Team members Will (Boys2) and Wesley Blair (Boys1) carried their mom and dad Jeff and Allison Blair to victory with their strong slalom, jumping and tricking. Fifth team member Johnny Thomas was their strong anchorman skiing in the 5 spot. He skied into 38 off twice and 4 at 35 once to be one of the high NOPS scorers of the weekend. TOTAL TEAM NOPS 6782.
A close second was Clear Lake 1
with 6124 total NOPS. Team members were; Hallie Burris, Gregg Carrick, Jerry Howard, Greg Jessup and Walter Fulp.
In third place was Beaver Lake with 4289 NOPS. Team members were JeffMitchell, Ruthie Detwiler, Vic Armstrong, Larry Michael and Robbie Mitchell.
In fourth was Badin Lake at 3445 NOPS.
Members were: Dave Knighten. Zach Carroll, Bill Barringer, Bob Archambeau and Darnell Almond.
Fifth was Clear Lake 2 with 2607. Members were; Abbie Skeen, Eddie Carrick, and Doug Stegall.
We also had an Adaptive Sports Association Program team of; Noorali Syedgull, Chuck Wesson, Robbie Parks, Eli Hager and Gregg Stokes. They also slalomed, tricked and jumped.
A portion of the procedes will be donated to the NC JuniorDevelopment Scholarship Fund.. Thanks to everyone who came and to those who helped put on the event.
2015 AWSA Rulebook Now Availableclick here(PDF). To download the Summary of Rule Changes, click here (PDF).
Birmingham Awarded 2021 World Games
The 2021 World Games, which includes water skiing and wakeboarding competitions, will take place in Birmingham, Ala. José Perurena, President of the International World Games Association, announced the decision on Thursday at a press conference in the Mövenpick Hotel in Lausanne.
North Carolina State Champion Jewelry Now Available
Retail Pricing for slide show items above:
Sterling Silver NC State Championship 20mm Pendant = $75.00
14k NC State Championship 20mm Pendant = $480.00
Sterling Silver NC State Championship Small Ring = $150.00
14k NC State Championship Small Ring = $810.00
Sterling Silver NC State Championship Ladies' Ring = $135.00
14k NC State Championship Ladies' Ring = $510.00
Anyone interested in purchasing an item from the North Carolina State Champion collection place your order directly with Mike Hayes. His email is email@example.com. He is also working on a larger version that will be appropriate for a much larger hand.
Pro Tour Announces Two Events For 2015
The Malibu Open Water Ski Festival will follow at Milwaukee’s lakefront Veteran's Park Lagoon for the sixth consecutive year on the weekend of Aug. 28-29. Water skiing’s top professional and junior athletes will compete in slalom and jumping for more than $64,000 in prize money. Freestyle jumping, barefoot skiing, show skiing, picnic areas, food trucks and outdoor activity vendors round out the exciting two-day event, which is free and open to the public.
The Malibu Open Series will attract athletes and spectators from across the globe to the river and lakefront lagoon set against the backdrop of the busy cities of Tuscaloosa and Milwaukee. There will be live webcast at both events.
For more information, visit www.malibuopenfestival.com.