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Photos by Allen Worrell

Fox Cooper of Laurel Elementary School digs deep for another pull-up Friday at the Carroll County Junior Olympics. The annual event, originally scheduled for September 22, was postponed to Friday due to the weather and brought together fifth and sixth year athletes from across the county.

Photos by Allen Worrell

Fox Cooper of Laurel Elementary School digs deep for another pull-up Friday at the Carroll County Junior Olympics. The annual event, originally scheduled for September 22, was postponed to Friday due to the weather and brought together fifth- and sixth-year athletes from across the county.

Jathan Cox of Oakland Elementary School rears up to let go on Friday in the softball throw. The event was part of the Carroll County Junior Olympics at Carroll County High School.

Kyra Moser of Fancy Gap Elementary School (left) and Lillian Ogle of Oakland Elementary School are neck and neck in the shuttle on Friday. The two were tied the first time they ran, with Moser winning in the second round of the Carroll County Junior Olympics.

Lyric Upchurch of St. Paul School works hard during the pull-up portion of the Carroll County Junior Olympics Friday at Carroll County High School.

Gerardo Reyes of Gladesboro Elementary (right) and Derek Barnett of Laurel Elementary compete in the Friday shuttle race in Hillsville during the Carroll County Junior Olympics.

Hillsville Elementary School’s Tyler Bordeaux gets a good suspension time in the long jump Friday at the Carroll County Junior Olympics at CCHS.

Brandon Lowry of Fancy Gap Elementary eliminated a pull-up on Friday at the Carroll County Junior Olympics.

Will Motley of Hillsville Elementary School makes a good jump in the high jump on Friday at the Carroll County Junior Olympics.


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