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i e e Monday, January 18, marks the date of the Shelton Coaches Association's annual Benefit Basketball Game with the Washington Correction Center. The Association annually awards scholarships to worthy graduating students and the proceeds from this game wilt go towards this scholarship fund. Shelton tligh School's sophomores will play ttoquiam in the preliminary game, scheduled to start at 5:00 p,m. Football Coach Jack Stark. still hobbling from last .,,car's game in which he was injured, has graciously consented to coach tins year's edition of the Pabulous Faculty Five and has his horses working out hi-monthly. These members of the faculty team have their spots marked out on the floor Rompin' Ron }.Ills. Poundin' Paul Johansson, Jumpin' Jim Willis, Terry "'Swish" Gregg, ttarlen "qhe Scooter'" Buitenveld, AI "'The t|oop" Ilopp, Pistol Pete Janda and Walt '"lhc Malt" Johnston. Olympic College is offering a Richfield Oil 15-53. Lumbermen's 1, Syble Ristine 373; Ming Tree 3, Joy Waldrop 438; Eells & Valley 3, Sharon Phipps 402; Gott's Oilerettes 1, Charleen Smith 503; Richfield Oil 0, Patti Sutton 403; Fuller Construction 4, Pauline O'Dell 478; Certified Manufacturing 3, Colleen Yorke 521 ; Brown By CHARLES GAY Elma bombed Shelton's Highclimbers 66-44 on the Eagles' floor last Tuesday with a defense that stifled the Climbers three of four quarters. The Eagles' defense held Shelton to its poorest scoring effort of the season. Earlier in the year, Elma held Shelton to only 45 points. Those two gaines are the only times this season that the Climbers have been held under 53 points. Shetton made only eight points in the initial period compared to the hosts' 19. A comeback effort was nearly successful. The Climbers outscored Elma 19-13 in the second quarter and were behind 32-27 at the half. Two seniors, Bruce Cole and Mike Bac, led the charge. Cole had four baskets for eight points and Bac added seven. in the second half, Elma held Shelton to only 17 points total, even though the Climbers were within one point of the Eagles at one time. The home team made 16 points while holding Shelton to eight. It was 48-35 by the third quarter's end. The fourth quarter was more lopsided, with the Eagles getting an 18-9 edge in scoring to win by 22. One big difference in the game was the foul shooting. Shelton had only nine attempts from the line, while Elma had 31. Bruce Cole reached the century mark in scoring by the end of this sixth game. He was the leading scorer in the game with 19, and had exactly 100 points for the season. Mike Bac hit many a jumper in the game to account for 15 points, 13 of those in the first half. Theory of Basketball ('oaching ~ Kevin Dorcy had six, and Bob class for the winter quarter in ] Martin and Larry dill two each. Shelton The class will meet 1 The Eagles had five scorers also, Thursday ewmings in the Shclton but four of them were in double Gym beginnine January 4. figures. Morris Boyer had 18, Within the sc~qw of the class ~ Bruce Valentine 16, Rick Hinman will be: Offense and defense, 14, and Bart Valentine 12. turnout and game organization, The loss dropped Head Coach scout ing tech niques, and BRUCE COLE (45) puts in two of 19 points at Elma Tuesday during a losing Terry Gregg's troops to 3-3 for Is n cahstht ] ~.s appropriate dril. a d "' , ' ' 66-44 game. Cole paced the team in scoring. At left is Highclimber Bob the season. The class will cost $12.00 and Martin will carry two professional credits ......... ..---.--~ for those who want them. Conditioning classes are also . ,__,. ' , " " " With Win ,, Belfort Jav v()es I:::v( n Record For further nlormatJon, ca 8' Bernard Dorcy, the Olympic r',,n,~o,~ Coordinator at 436-'~ I S 1 Sh ci~ on's jayvee basketballbeat Elma 78-63. 67-36 earlier in the year. way and by nine at the half. They or4~[308q evenings - - " team evened its record at 3-3 for The Climbers had already In Shelton's first game, they increased their lead to 11 by the " " ' the season last Tuesday when it beaten the Eagles' jayvee squad lost to Central Kitsap 53-46. end of the third quarter before Doug Long, sophomore, led the blowing it to win by only three, Chmbers m scorm with 14 Terr ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~R~~ " " " g " . y 41-38. There were only six points - Knight and Duane Makoviney scored in the third quarter, four I [ II ~ ~1 II IO added six each, and Mark by Shelton and two by Centralia. ng Kes~I T T Johnson Jeff Okano and Jeff Terry Knight led the Climber DOWHH TS ~ I ~IIS ICS Thompson had five apiece, scorers with nine and Mark On the jayvee squad, coach Johnson, Tracy Armstrong and IIIIIIIII|IIII~IIIIIIlIIIIllIIIIII~l~IIIIIIIIIIIIIuIIuIIIIIIIII~IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIuIIIIII1I|IIIIIIII~~III~~~III|IIII~IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII~~IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .... " , " ram Jonansson plays every prayer Ray Krumpols had six each. FRATERNAL ITT RAYONIER MEN'S CITY he can no matter what the score Other scorers were Long 4, Eager Mfjn's Hi Game: Ralph Simpson Men'~ Hi G~er~e:s JOjhe~ryL-Ol~gl2$y4 Mje4n's Hi Game: Aub Blockberger is In the second game every 4, Okano 2, Thompson 2, Men's Hi Series: Carl Hellman 568 514 " Men's Hi Series: Stan Ahlquist player on the bench scored Makoviney 2. Shelton had a chance for even a bigger lead. Standings: First Half Final - Women's Hi Game: Lil Dale 183 586 against Elma. Shelton had 12 They cashed in on only seven of Bull Moose 44-24; Western Auto Women's Hi Series: Marge Tobler Standings: Rainier Beer 3-0; nointmakers in thPir 6,'7 ~. 43-25; FullerConst. 41~/>261/2; 504 40 & 8 2-I" Simpson 2-I. C&L '- . ., "" ........-"" 2 a, conquest on me Eagles The top Rotary 39-29; Lions Club 3840; Standings: Acetate Aces 6-2" Time Serv'ice 1/2-1/2" Hidden ' . ttempts from the free throw ~!ii~!~il ~~i~!i~~~i iiiiii~ii~i~lli~i ~~ii~i line, a cool 30 per cent. Hoquiam beat the Climbers 54-45 in Shelton Gym to drop them below the .500 mark by the end of the fifth game. Shelton's only lead was at the White 516; Moose Heads 3Vz, Jack Stat'ms 0, Lil Dale 497; Silva' C&k Tim~ 1V2, Lloyd Murr 5771 Elmn to only the-g ,~.i~,t~ i. the end of the initial quarter. They t~rnes 502; Kiwams V2, Larry Foxes 4 Art Coffman 510; Simpson 2 Lee Chapman 494; /'"'._" ~ ..... v .......... made only four points in the murm quarter Frey 465 Fuller Const. 4, Mamtenan~:e 0 Ray Brown 469; Nault's Service 1 Bob Nault 530 . . . Howard Fuller 555; Shetton Waterboys 4, J'ohn Denison 500; 40&8 2, Stan Ahlquist 586;Jess's CentralKitsap defeated the second quarter and Hoquiam Hardware O, Frank Willard 510; Make-ups O, Jerry Dickinson 426. Mobil i, Ken Fredson 543 Climbers once again, 61-56 to made 23 to give the Grizzlies the Eagles 2 Carl Hellman 568' NAL , ' FRATER lower Shelton's mark to I-2 lead for good. The Climbers Moose Antlers 2 Lloyd Clark .... j ...... HOUSEWIVES -" - L fought back by outscoring c-~c n....._, a r,'.. .... . .... :_ Men's MI t~ame: acK hrostL,46 ,^, .... ,-, ,: ,-.._.^ n^,,.,-.___ Jonansson olten nlavs one set el , , , - - . b k.~alll~. D~tty LJ~afl . r Men s H~ Series Jack Frost 609 fwe men m al 520~ American Legion O, Jim .... ...... 205 " ternating quarters It Hoquiam 15-6 in the, fourth ~tanalngs western ~uto Archer 491 Bu Moose 4 Verne Women ; , an-~a o,.,, :,~ ............... 'sHi Series: BettyDean was more evident than usual in quarter, but the visitors 48-30 Schuffenhauer 550- Nimrod O, ~-~'~, o~ ,~,uu~e ,~U-L,~, r-u,e, 509 this third period lead was too much "-r ..............~ Cent 37 J2-261/e Lions Club ....... game where the Chmbers led a~ ~v D,uur,,,,~,u a,~a. " ' ' ~anolngs: ueans ~,un ~nop at " forSheltonto overcome. Two 37-27 American Leg on 36-28 .... nl,~ ~,, ~ ~ c,,~; .... *or the end of the first quarter, , ' ' I-1; IFle v,u ,v,.,, .~-.~; jl...,,,.j..u... womeWO-MEn'Nsr~.L~ame LoueenS'COMMERC!AL Yorke JJ--l~La'rY "-3529'~M--se]l ~/~.-,-,v - rAntlers Tavern 5-3- Manke & Sons 5-3; were down at the half, and led at juniors, Tom Brigham and Jeff -.~ ~-ag es JU z-aa/2 IN m go ' il ~w:.,,in~,,..~. ~ -,.-v q-,~ ....... ;,~-.~ ..... W.S.P. Academy 4-4; B&R O the close of the th~rd ouarter The Okano, led the scoring with 12 Women's Hi Sereis: Colleen Yorke 24Vz-39~/zl Mooseheads 23--41, C'~r~a{'M'a'ri~'~" 1'-}'~ ..... ~ ~" ...... game went into overtime with tne points apiece. Others that scored 521 K~wams 21-43. W c p Academ,, 1 Warrene score trod 53-53 at the end of were Knight 6, Johnson 6, Long .. S t a n d ! n g s: Ce r~i f,i e d Eagles 3, L.C. Le_.man 503; Graves'38"O" The Old~ Mi{I 3, Helen regulation time. Shelton scored 4, Thompson 4, Armstrong 1. ~:guga~ur~.nvg ~z~. U~eOle;,~ 4Sh~,~Onwe~reOWar~,u~ t~i~l B~own Belmont 474;.Witcroft Trucking only three points in the extra In the Climbers 78-63 win Furniture 42-26; Jim 'Pauley's Bened,ct 552" Moose Antlers 1 1. M~r0e,~ w4atCrrOnrra ,~. period to the Cougars eight, and over Elma in the last game, 38-30; Ming Tree 35Ve-32~h; Lloyd Clark 541; Nimrod 4, aerry~c~m~a'n"4"9~d. HoodCana~'~': were five points down at the Shelton led at every phase of the Timber Bowl 34~/e-33tiz; Gott'sBloomfield 524 American Legion ] Iq~a Rrandt 4C~q. R~o "~.'~"-~" pnme.'S end contest. Theyjumped to an 18-11 Oil ] 1 .......... J ~ ...... erettes 34 Iz-33 /2; Fuller 0 J m Archer 478. Fullers Cont. ~'hirle'" Weav^r ~'~'~"' "-'" -' "~ .... -- . t ~ ..' ....... '~. .. _ . a y e ~aa" ManKe & len players registered dints leadby the first quarter's end, t.onstruc~ on 33 I~-34 I~- Brown j Jack frost bO~- tsuH MOOSe ~ '-ons 1 n-r" ' ' ' ..... P ~ ' ' ~ ........ ion: ~ oa u Mansen 4Zb. Deans m the cent . and led 38-27 at the half. The Logging 30 Iz-37 b" Lumbermen's Lee ~)cnurrennauer ~Zlb. L ~ Gun ,-L ....... , ..... " est for Shelton Terry 1 ~ ' Ilor ' Mac ~up a t~e~ty Bean ~u~ . 29b-38/~; Eells & Valley 29-39;Club 4, Jerry Ma Y & ' Kmght and Ray Krumpols led fourth quarter was a wild one, Mc I nelly 583; Mooseheads O, Jack Notan 440; Notary 3, Horace Mounts 548; Kiwanis 1, Chuck Renecker 500. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 189 Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 525 Standings: Loggers 4-0; Loaders 3-1; Shops 1-3; Railroad 0-4. Loaders 3, Marlis Monqer 502; Shops l, Jo Hein 448; Loggers 4 Donna Coleman 525; Railroad 0 Jay Waldrop 396 Logging 1, Peg Knutzen 453; Ogden's Radio & TV 1, Marge Witcraft 479; Kelly's Furniture 3, Joan Sowers 478; Timber Bowl 3, Joan Andrews 457; Jim Pauley's 1, Bonnie Benedict 493. with nine each, Doug Long had with Shelton scoring 20 points to seven and Duane Makoviney, John Eager and Mark Johnson had six apiece. All but Johnson are sophs. Centralia fell before Shelton in a close and low-scoring game that gave the Climbers a 2-2 record to date. Shelton led all the keep pace with the Eagles' 21. Tom Brigham led the Climber point machine with 16 and Duane Makoviney was next with 13. Jeff Okano and Jeff Thompson had 11 each. Shelton's other scorers were Armstrong 8, Knight 6, Krumpols 6, Long 5, Hoosier 2. 1817 Olympic Hwy. No. -- Mt. View Complete Automotive Service For Appointment Call Alex Toney WOMEN'S CiTY Women's Hi Game: Maggie Ogg 485 Women's Hi Series: Maggie Ogg 175 Women's Hi Series: Joan Johnson 175 Standings: Morgans 31-25; Shelton Recreation 28-28; Lumbermens 28-28; Millos 25-31. Lumbermens 4, Mary Wicken 458; Morgans 0, Joan Johnson 436; Shelton Recreation 0, Sonja Cochran 455; Millos 4, Maggie Ogg 485. For . . . Table Tops, Mirrors, Aluminum Sash, Shower and Tub Doors, Storm Doors and Window Glass Replacements of all kinds ~ee . . . 710 Cedar Leroy Dale 426-1152 Call for Free Estimates I I ,,n , Mr. Moriah Lodge No. 11 F. & A. M. Satur=lay, Jan. 9 btateu Communicatmn Lodge Opens 8 p.m. Alex E. Smith, W.M. ~,rnoId L. Cheney, Secretary II .~e 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 7, 1970 i .~ ' iii!iiii'i~iiL i~i~i~> ........ ~i~i! i~,iliU L!; LARRY OLLI (left), Bruce Cole (right) and Jim Van Nest (Olympia) out a mess of arms as they go for a ~ebound at Olympia Tuesday. By CHARLES GAY a fine relief job, Kevin Dorcy and team's determination and Olympia's Bears made32foul Bill Bacon had six each, Neal play seem to improve with shots Tuesday night on their White made four, and Rich game. home floor to defeat Shelton's Walker two. The Climbers will try to tlighclimbers 64-55 and hand Head Coach Terry Gregg, back on the winning track Fri Shelton its fourth loss in seven whose Climbers are now 3-4 in at Timberline before re un starts, regular season and 1-2 in the home Tuesday against N~ The game was won at the Black Hills League, said that the Thurston s Rams. charity line, where the Bears cashed in on 32 of 44 attempts and Shelton made just seven of 16. TheClimbersmade24field Three Teams T!ed goals to Olympia's 16, but the free throws spelled Shelton's downfall. For SCL 7", " Four Highc]imbers fouled out )p of the game. Bill Bacon, Rocky Nutt, Rich Walker and Kevin Dorcy each drew five fouls in the Three teams ,now share the with two. contest. Early in the game, it lead of Shelton s City League Gott doubled Bob'sscori~ looked like Olympia's big center, after four games. Gott Oil, Jess the end of the first and sec Jim Van Nest, was in foul Mobil and Washington Correction quarters, 18-9 and 36-18, 1 trouble. He drew three quick Center are all tied for first place increased their lead to 65-36 ones, but came back to haunt the with identical 3-1 records, the third quarter's close. CU Climbers and ended up the game's In two games played led Bob's in the losing effort leading scorer with 23 points. December 30, Jess downed ITT 1 7 points. Jonkers had Shelton fell behind at the Rayonier 62-51 and Gottbombed Anderson nine, McKay se beginning of the game, but put on Bob s Tavern 90-51. Landis led all Bowman six, and Fleury two. a comeback in the second period, scorers in the Jess-ITT contest. He CITY LEAGUE STAN[ INI~ They were down 17-12 at the first had 14 points. Other scorers for quarter's end, but fought back to the winners were Schmidt 1 I, W a slim lead for part of the second Donaldson 10, Walker 8, Wyatt 5, Gott Oil 3 quarter before Olympia sank Clinton 4, Robertson 4, Spilseth 4 Jess Mobil 3 WCC 3 some important foul shots to take and Earl 2. it away. . Jess led at the half, 33-28, and ITT Rayonier 1 ', The Bears increased their increased the lead to 45-35 by the Bob's Tavern 0 30-27 halftime lead to 49-41 by end of the third period. For the the end of the third stanza. Again losers, Elledge had 11, Jorg ten, I I-" m the Climbers came back, this time Kimberling eight, Antilla six, IowIin l getting within two points before Miller, Mallory and Sather four fouls caught up with them again, each, and Ewart and Getchman WOMEN'S 12:30 Women's Hi Game: 9o~ Center Bruce Cole, a senior, two apiece. , Coleman 209 led the team in scoring with 20 Andrews led Gott past Bobs Women's Hi Series: DO points. Many of the points came with 36 oeans. Corey added 16, Coleman 479 during the comeback tries. Senior Coleman 15 and Young 14. The Standings: 1st Half -- ;he! Glass 35V~-24Vz; Bob's Tai forward Mike Bac added ten, other two scorers for Gott were 34Vz-25Vz; C & L Time Rocky Nutt contributed seven in Bingham with seven and Andlin Nell's Phar. 21Vz-38V~. ~RK TH( nbridge ~ 1 formerly Hedrick's Sport Center Expert Repair Service Available! Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday thru Saturday!