Farthing enters Fayetteville hall

by | Mar 9, 2018 | Articles, News & Features

Dunn resident and former Pine Forest coach Jim Farthing is shown as he speaks at his induction Wednesday night into the Fayetteville Sports Hall of Fame at Highland Country Club.

Former Pine Forest baseball, basketball and football coach Jim Farthing, a Dunn resident, was inducted into the Fayetteville Sports Club’s Hall of Fame at Highland Country Club on Wednesday night.

Farthing was one of five new members. Also inducted were Lisa Monaco Wheless and Margit Monaco Hicks, sisters who won NCHSAA tennis doubles championships from 1977 to 1980, Fayettteville Academy athletic director Chip Bishop and the late James “Buck” Melton, a former Massey Hill athlete and veteran official.



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