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January 21, 1971

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I By CHARLES GAY North Thurston's Rams overcame an early Highclimber lead to defeat Shelton ?0-56 Tuesday night on the local maples, giving the Climbers their third loss in league play. At one point in the first quarter, Shelton led 10-2 and at the end of that period their lead was 16-10. Junior Bill Bacon made the first four points for the Climbers as they got off to a quick start. In that quarter, Bruce Cole made six points to lead the team. The Climbers kept their lead in the second stanza and held a 28-24 edge at the half. Rocky Nutt and Rich Walker each had four. Shelton had the lead even though they had not converted on a free throw. North Thurston made eight. The Climbers beat the Rams in the first half with field goals, 14 to eight. North Thurston came within two of the Climbers by the end of the third quarter and quickly threatened in the final frame. Two of Shelton's big men, seniors Rocky Nutt and Bruce Cole, fouled out in the last quarter. One Ram made 14 points in the fourth quarter alone as the visitors outscored Shelton 26-14 to win. Only Centralia has scored more points against the Climbers than North Thurston did. The Rams made 16 free throws. Shelton did not make a one-pointer until the fourth quarter. The Climbers were two of 13 from the charity line. Shelton committed 19 fouls to Thurston's 11. Bacon was Shelton's leading scorer with 13 points. Nutt and Mike Bac both had ten. Cole made eight, Kevin Dorcy added seven, Rich Walker contributed six and Mark Johnson had two. The loss set the Climbers season record at 4-5 and their league record at 2-3. They face the Bobcats of Aberdeen in Shelton Gym Friday at 8:00 p.m. Shelton's jayvees beat North Thurston 5 1-47 in a seesaw contest. After leading 14-9 at the end of the first quarter, the Climbers were down 29-25 at the half. Shelton outscored the Rams 20-6 in the third period to take the lead for good. Terry Knight had 14 points for the victors. Jeff Thompson had seven, Tom Brigham and Doug Long had six each, Tracy Armstrong made five, Mark Johnson, Jeff Okano and Neal White four apiece and Ray Krumpols one. Shelton shot poorly from the free throw line, hitting only seven of 26. On the other hand, the Rams stayed in the game with their free throws, hitting 25 of 42 attempts. SENIOR GUARD Kevin Dorcy made four points Tuesday night on layins, but his Highclimbers still lost to North Thurston 70-56. U~ The Shelton Rifle and Pistol Club will hold a business meeting, Thursday, January 28 at 8 p.m. in the clubroom of the PUD Building. On the agenda will be the annual election of officers and planning of the 1971 shooting programs. The club is affiliated with the National Rifle Association, Washington State Rifle and Pistol Association and the Department of the Army's Director Civilian Markmanship. Present programs include cal. 22 indoor shooting, both rifle and pistol and cal..30 outdoor High Power rifle competition. Any interested sportsman is invited to attend. ~~~~~HH~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CHURCH LEAGUE 1971 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date Time Place: Lincoln Gym FIRST HALF Jan. 25 7:00 Faith Lutheran Vs. 8:15 Catholic Vs. Feb. 1 7:00 Faith Lutheran Vs. 8:15 Episcopal Vs. Feb. 8 7:00 Mt. Olive Lutheran Vs. 8:15 Methodist Vs. Methodist Mt. Olive Lutheran Mt. Olive Lutheran Catholic Episcopal Catholic SECOND HALF Feb. 15 7:00 Catholic Vs. Faith Lutheran 8:15 Episcopal Vs. Methodist Feb. 22 7:00 Mt. Olive Lutheran Vs. Methodist 8:00 Faith Lutheran Vs. Episcopal Mar. 1 7:00 Faith Lutheran Vs. Methodist 8:15 Catholic Vs. Mt. Olive Lutheran Mar. 8 7:00 Faith Lutheran Vs. Mt. Olive Lutheran 8:15 Episcopal Vs. Catholic Mar. 15 7:00 Mt. Olive Lutheran Vs. Episcopal 8:15 Methodist Vs. Catholic Gott Oil dumped WCC to claim the top spot in City League this week. WCC, last week's leader, dropped to third place behind Gott and Jess Mobil by losing. Gott defeated WCC at the Corrections Center, 77-71. The game was close at the end of the first quarter, with Gott leading 17-15. Gott pulled away with a ball control game and good outside shooting. Wayne Clary led the victors with 23 points and Terry Gregg added 20. Don Andrews made 11, Tom Coleman Methodists Lead Church League Methodists took the lead in Church League play this week by defeating Mr. Olive Lutheran in Lincoln Gym on Monday night. The league's other unbeaten team, the Catholics, had a bye. Faith Lutheran beat the Episcopals to even their record at 1-1 and hand the Episcopals their second straight loss. had eight, Bill Bingham seven, Jim Willis seven and Terry Corey one. Livona Smith was WCC's high point man with 17. He was followed by Donnie Austin with 15, Walter Turner with 11, Harold Givens with 7, Terry Cotton and William Rhodes with six apiece, Randy Risley with four, Hugh Monahan three and Craig Moeller two. Jess Mobil clung to second place in the league by defeating ITT 71-63. One point separated the two teams at the first quarter's end, and ITT held a slim 31-29 edge at the half. Jess sprang back in the third quarter to take a 47-42 lead nad never trailed. ITT came up with many free throws from Jess' numerous fouls. Mark Schmidt, who led Jess, offset the fouls with 22 points, mostly from around the lane. Other scorers for Jess were Jan Donaldson 17, Bob Walker 13, Ron Landis 8, Scott Swisher 6 and Lyn Spilseth 5. For the losers, Bob Miller had 18, Jerry Mallory 14, Tom Kimberling 11, Ron Elledge and Ted Kenning seven each and Jim ' Getchman six. WL Methodist 2 0 Catholic 1 0 Faith Llatheran 1 I Mt. Olive Lutheran 0 1 Episcopal 0 2 IIIlllllllilillfllfllllllllllllllllllfllllllllllHlflllll Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIllmllllllllllllmlllllHIIIHIIHliWlflml SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Lillian Dale 240 Donna Coleman 231 Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 590. Standings: Trail Blazers 3-1; NB of MC 3-1; Shelton Rec. 2-2; Harpers 2-2; Rainier 2-2; B&J Mart 2-2; Dairy Queen 1-3; Hoodsport Cafe 1-3. 3 Lillian Dale Dairy Queen ,, 553; NB of MC Adair Neau NOTE: 1. Playoff date to be decided. Winner of 1st half vs. winner of 2nd half for championship. Probably Mar. 16th. 2. As all games are being played at Lincoln Gym, it is imperative that teams are at the gym and ready to play 10 Minutes before starting times listed above. 3. In case school is closed fbr sickness or snow, games will automatically be postponed until a later date. 4. Play off dates subject to change. ~uH~H~H~~~~~~ " age 10 - Shetton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 21, 432; Rainier 2, Dona Roberts 454; B&J Mart 2, Helen Leonard 456; Trail Blazers, Sandy Bernert 443; Shelton Rec. 3, Donna Coleman 590; Harpers 1, Gladys Adair 465. WOMEN'S CITY Women's Hi Game: Sonja Cochran 181 Women's Hi Series: Sonja Cochran 513. Standings: Shelton Recreation 4-0; Morgans 3-1; Lumbermen's 1-3; Millos 0-4. Shelton Recreation 4; Sonja Cochran 513; Millo's 0, Maggie Ogg 473; Morgan's 3, Char Tobin 445; Lumbermen's 1, Mary Wicken 463. FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: L.C. Leman 215 Men's Hi Series: Mac Mclnelly 574. Standings: Kiwanis 8-0; Bull Moose 7-1; Western Auto 7-1; Lions Club 7-1; Nimrod 6-2; Rotary5-3; Fuller Const. 4-4; Moose Heads 2-6; Moose Antlers 1-7; Shelton Hardward i-7; Eagles 0-8; American Legion 0-8. Bull Moose 4, Verne Schuffenhauer 551; Moose Antlers 0, Cliff Howard 443, Rotary 4, Jim Shrum 551; Fuller Const. 0, Howard Fuller 506; Western Auto 4, Larry Elliott 551; Eagles 0, Carl Hellman 527; Kiwan0s 4, Larry Frey 537; Shelton Hardware 0, Frank Willard 481; Nimrod 3, Jerry Bloomfield 535; Moose Heads 1, Hank Warnes 465; Lions Club 4, Mac Mclnelly 574; American Legion 0, Wilbur Flint 452. ITT RAYONIER Men's Hi Game: Dan Cormier 236 Men's Hi Series: Dan Cormier 606 Women's'Hi Game: Marge Bacon 175 Women's Hi Series: Marge Bacon 498. Standings: Lefty's +1 11;/z-4=h; Acetate Aces 11-5; Woodbirds 9Vz-6; Silva Foxes 9-7; Waterboys 7-9; Makeups 7-9; Maintenance 6-10; Statics 3-13. Lefty's +1 4, Jerry Mallory 572; Waterboys O, Percy Zamzow 536; Silva Foxes 3, Chuck Smith 476; Statics 1 Dan Wilson 488; Makeups 3, E3ill Howard 546; Woodbirds 1, Marge Bacon 498; Acetate Aces 3, Dan Cormier 606; Maintenance 1, Ray Brown 456. 1971 CITY LEAGUE STANDINGS WL Gott Oil 5 1 Jess Mobil 4 1 WCC 4 2 ITT Rayonier 1 5 Bob's Tavern 0 5 In a nonleague contest played last Monday evening, ITT claimed a victory over WCC 84-69. An alert defense and frequent fast breaks allowed ITT to pull away from a 15-point deficit earlier in the game. Bob Miller and Don Jorg led the winners and WCC depended on their big men underneath, Harold Givens and Walter Turner. Hood Canal Five Whips Winlock Hood Canal's Trojans continued their winning ways last week by slaughtering Winlock, 64-36. Off to a good start this year, Coach Bill Bryant's troops have kept improving and are enjoying a winning season. WRESTLERS OF THE WEEK for the North Thurston match and Olympia match respectively are Brad Stites (bottom) and Randy Howard (top), two sophomores. Stites grapples at 100 pounds and Howard is in the 121 pound division. BOB KIMBEL'S ARCO Is Pleased To Announce T 8 A.M.-6 P.M. DALLY Tune-ups * Brakes * Mufflers and all minor repairs. Trouble Shooting "- A Specialty! BOB Car Wash and u.Haul Rentals 1725 OLYMPIC HWY. S. (Open 7 a.m. -* 10 p.m. Every Day!) WAYNE ALEXANDER, SHELTON'S 128 pounder, crisp crossface to his Olympia opponent in this Monday night's match which the Bears won, 29-9. HIGHCLIMBER DAVE NUTT led here in his match, but Olympia's Ken Kenaston came back to by one point. Shelton's matmen won only three matches as they dropped their second league match 29-9 to Olympia Monday night in the Capital City. The match did not see a pin until the heavyweight division. Eleven individual matches were won by decisions. Brad Stites, a SOphomore wrestling at 100 POunds for Shelton, won by a 13-8 decision for one of the Climbers' wins. Wayne Alexander at 128 and Mark Wittenberg at 157 got Shelton's other points. The results: 100-Brad Stites (S) dec. Dennis Shriver, 13-8. 107-Mark Grindstaff (O) dec. Tom Sagmiller, 13-0. 1 14-Tom Martin (O) dec. Mark Lewis, 7-0. 121-Mike Lindseth (O) dec. Randy Howard, 4-0. 128-Wayne Alexander (S) dec. Bill Gage, 8-2. 134-Ken Kenaston (O)dec. Dave Nutt, 7-6. 14 0-Loren Dean Medcalf, 8-7. 147-Steve Mark Thompson, 3-2. 157-Mark Wi' Doug Lucas, 8-3. 169-Chris Carras Vanderwal, 7-6. 1 8 7-Craig Banner Dave Myer, 5-0. Unl.-Tom Dyer Bill Gray, 3: 19. The jayvee score 28, Shelton 18. ew wner. formerly Hedrick's Sport Center Expert Repair Service Available! Open 9 aem. to 6 pem. Tuesday thru Saturd