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I HIGHCLIMBER RICH WALKER is butchered as he goes up for a shot in last Friday's Shelton-Timberline game which the Climbers won. Rocky Nutt is at left. By CHARLES GAY Shelton evened its record at 4-4 Friday night by beating the Timberline Blazers in Lacey, 67-58. The Highclimbers jumped to an early 17-9 first quarter lead and never trailed. ]'hey had a 6-0 lead on shots by Bruce Cole and Scoring six pins, the Shelton Junior High Blazers slaughtered Montesano 52-16 last Monday for their first win of the season. Along with the six pins, the Blazers got points for four decisions and two forfeits. Shelton trailed after six matches, 11-9, but went on to win five matches in a row to take a commanding lead that it never gave up. Pins in the 124, 129, 134 and 139 weight classes by the Blazers put them in front 32-11 before they lost the 144 pound class by forfeit. Shelton won the last four classes, two by forfeit and two by pins, to make the meet a rout in the Blazers' favor. Here are the match's results: 77-Caldwell(M) dec. Kamin (S), 9-8 86-Cox(S) dec. Welch (M), 7-3 95-Hensler(M) pinned Kevin Dorcy before giving up a score to Timberline. Cole eventually tied for the game's scoring honors with the Blazers' 6'5" sophomore, Greg Champlin. Each had 20 points. Timberline is a new school and has no seniors. The Blazers are having problems with green" Farrell(S), third round. 104-Thornock(S) dec. Willis (M), 9-2. 109-Campbell(S) dec. Studer(M), 5-0. l l4-Ritter(M) dec. Way(S), 7-2. l l9-Frost(S) dec. Wadsworth (M), 16-0. 1 24-Waldburger(S) pinned Cox(M), second round. 1 29-Jones(S) pinned Harders(M), second round. 1 34-Allen(S) pinned Bowe(M), third round. 139-Fox(S) pinned Flink (M), third round. 144-Travers(M) won by forfeit. 153-Remsberg(S) pinned Mustard(M), third round 162-Sheetz(S) won by forfeit. 171-Oling(S) pinned Daniels (M), third round. Unl.-Ream(S) won by forfeit. squads in most sports. Cole started the Highclimbers out in the first quarter with eight points. Bill Bacon added three and three other players had two each. Dorcy and Cole sparked Shelton in the second quarter with six apiece. Mike Bac had four. The Climbers were ahead 35-26 at the half. Each team scored 32 points. Dorcy led Shelton with six, and he was aided by four other scorers. The Climbers increased their lead by one by the end of the third period, 52-42. Shelton was outscored in the fourth quarter, when its reserves were put in. Each team had approximately the same number of attempts from the foul line. The Climbers made 17 of 29 tries, and Timberline dumped in 22 of 33. The big difference was in field goals where Shelton had 25 and the hosts made 18. Besides Cole with 20 points, Dorcy had 17, Rocky Nutt added ten, Rich Walker seven, Mike Bac six, Bill Bacon five and Larry Olli two. Cole has 140 points in eight games for a 17.5 average. Dorcy is next with 98 for a 12.2 clip. The win left the Climbers with a 2-2 record in the Black Hills League. By PAUL ROGERSON Shelton's second year poolmen emerged from last week's action with two close losses. The swimmers lost to Aberdeen 54-41 and to Sumner, 58-37. Wednesday's loss to Aberdeen was a heartbreaker as the Climbers actually won more events than the visiting Bobcats. Shelton's lack of depth gave the Cats enough seconds and thirds to take the meet. Junior Co-captain Jim Rogerson led the Highclimbers with eight points, finishing first in the individual medley and second in the butterfly. Jim Kimmerly, the Climbers senior Co-captain, captured first in the 50 yard freestyle and was on the winning 400 freestyle relay to total 6 3A points. Friday the Highclimbers trekked to Sumner to receive a 58-37 soaking. Shelton took five of 11 first place finishes, but was again whipped by superior depth. Jim Kimmerly was a double winner with victories in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events. Kim Nicklaus and Jim Rogerson each took a first and a second. Juniors Mike Nutt, Clayton Nelson, and Dan Deffinbaugh all took thirds as did senior Jim Densley. The Shelton 400 yard freestyle relay team, including sophomores Cal Moran, Darrell Kimmerly, and Bob Godwin, and junior Dan Deffinbaugh also pulled off a win. Junior High Hoopsters Are Now 3-1 Shelton's Junior High Blazer hoop squad lost its first game of the season to Hopkins recently, 51-36, but came back in their next game last Thursday to beat Chehatis and improved their record to 3-t. Steve Sparks led the Blazers in their loss with 23 points. He was eight of 14 from the field for more than 50 per cent and seven of eight from the charity line. The Blazers fell behind 11-10 at the end of the first quarter of the game and were down by one at the half, 21-20. Hopkins increased its lead to 31-24 by the close of the third stanza and ran away with the game in the last period. Other scorers for Shelton in the game were: Steve Sparks 5, Jay LeGault 3, Charlie Earl 2, Dan Morgan 2, Steve Watilo 2. For the first time this season, Sparks was not the leading scorer when the Blazers beat Chehalis in the Bearcats' gym Thursday. Jay LeGault had 19 points to take game high honors, and Sparks was three points behind with 16. Shelton jumped into a 14-5 first quarter lead and never trailed. They were ahead 24-15 at the half and 33-19 at the end of the third quarter before winning 44-31. Steve Settle with nine and Dan Morgan with two were the only other scorers for the Blazers. Sparks leads the statistical department for the Blazers with a 57 per cent mark from the field, 34 of 60, and 19 of 21 from the foul line. He has 89 points. LeGault is next with 27, Settle has 21, Watito 18, and Morgan 15. I THINK we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious. -Jefferson MEMBERS OF the Corrections Center team who will play in the Shelton Coaches' Association Benefit game Monday are left to right: Livona Srrlith, Craig Moeller, Bill Rhodes, Jim iBash, Hugh Monahan, Harold Givens, Walt Turner, Terry Cotton, Randy Ris ey, Donald Austin and Robert Coleman. Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 14, 1971 Gra pJers North Thurston handed Shelton its first loss of the season last Thursday in Lacey, 29-17, as the Rams registered four pins and won seven of 12 matches. Winners for the Climbers were Brad Stites by forfeit in the 100 pound class, Dave Nutt at 134, Robert Redman at 140, Mark Thompson at 147 and Don Neth at 187. The Climbers led the meet only after the first match, Stites' forfeit. North Thurston then won four matches in a row and never trailed after that. Shelton's record is now 4-1-1 overall and 0-1-1 in league. They grapple with Centralia Thursday on their own mats in Shelton Gym. Here are the results of the match: 100-Brad Stites won by forfeit. 107-Paul Minnitti(NT) dec. Tom Sagmiller(S), 12-2. 114-Jim Gammell(NT) pinned Sonny Vercher(S), 5:55. 121-Ed Michealis(NT) dec. Randy Howard(S), 7-5. Gott Oil and WCC lead Shelton's City League after five games. Both teams won their games this week. The Corrections Center dumped ITT Rayonier 84-70 last Wednesday to boost their record to 4-1. Gott kept pace with WCC by beating Bob's Tavern 75-59 on 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 will go towards this scholarship fund. Shelton High School's sophomores will play Hoquiam in the preliminary game, scheduled to start at 5:00 p.m. Football coach Jack Stark, still hobbling from last year's game in which he was injured, has graciously consented to coach this year's edition of the Fabulous Faculty Five Menus for ahelton Elementary Schools and ehelton 8onior H il;l~ $h0ol Week of Jan. 18-22 MONDAY -- Hamburger gravy Over rice, vegetable, hot buttered rolls, fruit and milk. TUESDAY -- Spaghetti with meat, peas, warm buttered bread, peanut butter cake, and milk. WEDNESDAY -- Turkey and noodles, sandwich, seasoned green beans, apple pie and milk. THURSDAY -- Grilled cheese sandwich, pea soup with ham, vegetable tray, apple sauce, chocolate cake and milk. FRIDAY -- Pizza, whole kernel corn, carrot sticks, jello with w.n.!Pped topping, cookie and milk. ttupplement your child's diet with Plenamlns from 133 Railroad Ave. Phone 426-4642 DAVE NUTT, 134 POUND grappler, looks to the ed, mat for coach's advice on how to pin his North opponent. Nutt won but the Climbers lost Thursday in er irs Loss ams 128-Chuck Conway(NT) dec. Wayne Alexander(S), 7-2. 134-Dave Nutt(S) dec. Mike Smith(NT), 14-7. 140-Robert Redman(S) dec. Troy Ostrander(NT), 2-1. 147-Mark Thompson(S) dec. Jeff Brundage(NT), 7-3. 157-Dale Pettit(NT) pinned Mark Wittenberg(S), 5:55. 169-Stan Dunagun(NT) pinned Don Vanderwal(S), 4:38. 187-Don Neth(S) dec. Bob Hilts(NT), 8-0. Unl.-Rick Jones(NT) pinned Bill Gray(S), 4:00. The jayvees came out on the winning end of their match, 31-8. Several Highclimber jayvees received forfeits. Here are those results: 121-Pat Davidson(S) pinned Calvin Morrison(NT), 3:34. 134-Nolan Stratton(S) dec. Fisher (NT), 5-0. 147-Ward(NT) pinned Randy Stevens(S), 1:36. 157-Edwards(NT) dec. Bob Woods(S), 12-2. 169-Dave Myer(S) dec. Anderson(NT), 7-3. HOLDING ON to his North Thurston opponent in pound class is Climber Don Neth, who was one Shelton winners in the match. the same mght in Lincoln Gym. Terry Cotton led WCC past ITT with 1 8 points. Livona Smith added 14, and James Bash and Walt Turner contributed 13 each. Don Austin made ten for the victors, Bill Rhodes had eight, Harold Givens four and Bob Coleman and Hugh Monnahan two each. WCC took an early 20-19 first quarter lead, increased it to 44-37 by the half, and still lead by seven at the end of the third period, 62-55. The winners displayed hot outside shooting and maintained a full court press to secure the win. ITT took advantage of many free throws, but could not hit well from the floor. The game was as close as three POints much of the time until WCC pulled away. For the losers, Tod Kenning took game high point honors with 22. Don Jorg and Jim Getchman each had 12, Jerry Mallory and Ron Elledge added eight apiece, Guy Miller had five and WaUy Ewart three. Gott beat Bob's Tavern with Don Andrews of the victors getting high point honors with 21. Young added 19, Wayne Clary had 15, Jim Willis 12, Bingham five, Corey two and Anglin one. Bob's manager disrupted the game in the fourth quarter, causing the referee to stop the contest. Jonkers led the losers with 15 points. Other scorers were: Adams 11, Anderson 10, Fleury 8, Katrel 6, Rogers 5, McKay 2, Bowman 2. Gott led the game grabbing a 40-33 and a 60-50 advantage before CITY LEAGUE WCC Gott Oil Jess Mobil ITT Rayonier Bob's Tavern For Table Tops, Mirrors, Aluminum Shower and Tub Doors, Storm Doors and Window Replacements of all kinds See... 710 Cedar Leroy Dale Call for Free Estimates GREASE JOB ................. . $3.95 OIL CHANGE ............ AVG. $3.50 WHEEL PACK ................. $4.00 WASH JOB & VACUUM .......... $2.80 AVG. 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