Chapel Hill Sports Club moves meeting to Feb. 25
The February meeting of the Chapel Hill Sports club has been rescheduled to Wednesday, Feb. 25. The speaker will be author and columnist Barry Jacobs, an expert on ACC basketball (and an Orange County commissioner.)
The meeting begins with a luncheon at 11:45 a.m. at Squids Restaurant on Fordham Blvd.
For more information, call club secretary Pepper Hines at 919-240-7364.
Chase wins Racing the Roof 5K road race for Habitat
Ashley Chase, 27, of Durham was the overall winner last weekend in the annual Racing the Roof 5K road race. Chase finished the run on St. Valentine’s Day around the University of North Carolina campus in 19 minutes, 36.8 seconds.
Andrew Meyer, 20, of Chapel Hill was second overall and the first male across the finish line, with a time of 19:53.4. Jordan Jarrett, 18, from Julian, finished in 20:31.8 to be third overall and the second female finisher.
Other age-group winners included: Claire Drysdale (20 and under female) 20:36.3; Matthew Jackman (20 and under male) 20:59.9; May Chang (21-29 female) 23:09.7; James Broadwell (21-29 male) 21:49.8; Lauren Kruse (35-49 female) 26:26.5; Aseary Arias (35-49 male) 21:24.2; Kim Wangler (50 and above female) 28:57.6; and Scott Gould (50 and above male) 25:26.10.
The race raised about $2,600 toward a goal of $25,000 to build one house in Honduras this year.
Bicycle Alliance sets meeting for Feb. 28 at DSI
The Bicycle Alliance Chapel Hill has scheduled its next meeting for 6:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at the DSI Comedy Theater on West Franklin Street. The public is invited and attendees are welcome to bring food and beverages with them.
The agenda includes a discussion of BACH's March events and updates on the Open Street initiative and Chapel Hill's Bike Friendly Business program.
For more information, see http://bikechapelhill.com/.
• A photo accompanying last Wednesday's report of Carrboro's triumph in the NCHSAA 2A swimming and diving championship incorrectly identified a swimmer. While Connor Murphy did indeed swim the anchor leg of Carrboro's winning 200 medley relay and the 200 free relay, the photo showed Will Macmillan winning the 100-yard freestyle.
• In the CHN's report Wednesday on qualifiers for this weekend's state wrestling championships in Greensboro, we inadvertently omitted Chapel Hill's Camden Bergey, who qualified at 170 pounds by finishing in fourth place of last weekend's NCHSAA's 3A Mideast Regional at Eden Morehead High School.