BOYS Team Scores: 1. Charlotte Myers Park 100 yards 1. Dave Dunaway, Jacksonville 10.0 (New State Meet Record) 2. Mayor, Greensboro Grimsley 3. Soule, Charlotte Myers Park 220 yards 1. Dave Dunaway, Jacksonville 21.5 (New State Meet Record) 2. Soule, Charlotte Myers Park 3. Middleton, Winston-Salem RJ Reynolds 440 yards 1. Carroll Maxwell, Hendersonville 50.0 (New State Meet Record) 2. Bradley, Charlotte Garinger 3. Stauffer, Fayetteville 880 yards 1. Weldon, Charlotte Myers Park 1:57.9 2. David Starnes, Hendersonville 3. Gibson, Greensboro Grimsley One-Mile Run 1. Gibbons, Charlotte Garinger 4:28.0 2. Belangia, New Bern 3. West, Charlotte Myers Park 120-yard High Hurdles 1. Bill Rothwell, West Mecklenburg 15.1 2. Stewart, Charlotte Myers Park 3. Andrews, Hendersonville 180-yard Low Hurdles 1. Belk, East Mecklenburg 20.7 2. Andrews, Hendersonville 3. Phillips, Charlotte Myers Park 4x220-yard Relay 1. Charlotte Myers Park 1:32.0 (apparently held as a new event in 1963) 4x440-yard Relay 1. Charlotte Myers Park 3:28.0 (New State Meet Record) 2. Raleigh Broughton 3. Greensboro Grimsley Long Jump 1. Evans, Raleigh Millbrook 21-11 2. Johnson, Salisbury Boyden 3. Dave Dunaway, Jacksonville High Jump 1. Dave Dunaway, Jacksonville 6-2 (State Meet Record) 2. Bridges, Fayetteville 3. Powell, Greensboro Grimsley Pole Vault 1. Johnson, Salisbury Boyden 12-0 2. Sasser, Tarboro 3. Lilly, New Bern Shot Put 1. Bob Matheson, Boone Appalachian 51-10 2. Richey, Charlotte Myers Park 3. Bell, Raleigh Broughton Discus 1. Flake Campbell, Charlotte Myers Park 157-7 (New State Meet Record) 2. John Fagg, Winston-Salem Hanes 3. Adams, Charlotte Garinger Charlotte Myers Park, coached by Stuart Allen won the team championship over Jacksonville, coached by Andy Hewlet. Jackonville's Dave Dunaway ran a 10.0 100-yard dash to break a 37-year-old record. The old record of 10.1 was held by seven sprinters, including Dunaway. Dunaway also set a new record in the 220 of 21.5, shaving a tenth off the old record, established by Myers Park's Bill Houston in 1958 and tied by Dunaway in 1962. Dunaway set yet another record in the High Jump of 6-2. The old record was 6-1 1/4 by Tom Clark of Greensboro in 1960. Dunaway also placed third in the Long Jump. Hendersonville junior Carroll Maxwell ran the 440 in 50.0 to take a tenth off the old record, set in 1956 by Myers Park's Bobby Powell. Charlotte Myers Park set a new record of 3:28.0 in the Mile Relay. The old record, 3:29.4 was set by Myers Park in 1957. Myers Park junior Flake Campbell broke the Discus record by over four feet with a throw of 157-7. The old record, 153-3 was set by Grimsley's Bob Jamieson Jr. in 1960. Campbell went on to improve the record to 163-3 in 1964. Dave Dunaway and Shot Put winner Bob Matheson both went on to successful football careers at Duke. Dunaway was the 41st player chosen in the 1967 NFL draft (Green Bay Packers) and played for the New York Giants during his two-year NFL career. Matheson, a First Team-All American, was the 18th player picked that year (Clevelend Browns) and played 13 seasons as an NFL linebacker, the last 9 with the Miami Dolphins. Matheson played for the Super Bowl Champion Dolphins in their historic 1972 unbeaten and untied (17-0) season.