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F ~r s HIGHCLIMBER MIKE BAC goes up for a shot amid a host of Centralia defenders in this action from Friday's game in which Shelton dumped the league-leading Tigers 75-70. Three days of top notch basketball action is planned for Shelton this weekend. Five leading Puget Sound teams and three host Shelton teams will meet for the Second Annual Shelton Invitational Basketball Tournament Thursday. Friday and Saturday. The host teams for Shelton will be Jess Mobil, currently the top City League team, and second and third place Gott Oil and Washington Correction Center. Teams invited to the tournament include Bee Plumbing and Heidelberg Bottlers from Olympia, Sexton Realty and TBM from Bremerton and defending champion Auburn Buick. Competition begins Thursday night at 7 p.m. at Lincoln Gym with Jess Mobil taking on Bee Plumbing. At 9 p.m. that night, TBM will meet Heidelberg Bottlers. Week of Feb. 8-12 MONDAY -- Spaghetti with meat, Cabbage, carrot and green pepper salad, warm uttered bread, cinnamon crumb coffee cake, milk. TUESDAY- Chili con came, peanut butter sandwich, lettuce salad, cinnamon rolls, milk. WEDNESDAY -- Hamburger gbravy over mashed potatoes, uttered biscuits, mixed vegetable, cranberry crunch, milk. THURSDAY -- Pizza, whole kernel corn, carrot & celery sticks, chocolate pudding, milk. FRIDAY -- Grilled cheese sandwich, clam chowder, vegetable tray, rhubarb pie, milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamine from 133 RalIroMI Ave. Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Friday evening at 7 p.m., starting at 10 a.m. The Sexton Realty will face Gott Oil championship is slated for 9 p.m. at Lincoln Gym, while the at the high school gym. Tickets Washington Correction Center for the entire tournament may be hosts Auburn Buick in Sheltonobtained at the door. Gym. If additional information is Two second round games will needed, call Wally Ewart at follow at 9 p.m. Friday and 426-2289 between 8 a.m. and 5 Saturday will see six games played p.m. eague Jess Mobil kept its City League lead last week by beating Bob's while Gott Oil stayed just a game behind by defeating ITT Rayonier. Jess won 65-52 to take the top spot with a 6-1 mark. The victors were off and running with a 24-12 first quarter lead. Bob's came back to within ten at the half, 37-27. The losers pulled within five at 43-38 at the end of the third quarter, but were unable to succeed in the comeback and Jess mounted the points in the final quarter to win. Hoopshoot Play Now Underway The Shelton Jaycees are conducting the annual Hoopshoot contest for the Shelton area grade schools, grades 4, 5 and 6. Each school holds it's own Hoopshoot and sends the winners from each division to the semifinals, to be held Saturday, Ran Landis at Jess was the game's high point man with 19. He was followed by Spilseth with 1 I, Schmidt and Walker with ten each, Robertson with six, Donaldson five and Earl and Wyatt two apiece. For the losers, Jonker led with 16. Katrel had eight more, Bowman seven, Anderson six, Shellgren, Adams and Johnson four each and Rogers three. In the other game that same Wednesday night in Lincoln Gym it was Gott 74, ITT 64. ITT got off to a good start and outscored Gott 21-17 in the first quarter. Gott pulled to within two by the halftime buzzer, 38-36. The eventual victors bombed the nets in the third quarter as they dominated play to take a 58-50 lead. They coasted to the win. After losing their sixth player early in the first period, Gott weathered the ITT surge in the first half. Outstanding play by Tad Kenning and Tom Kimberling couldn't Overcome the February 13th. The winners of frequent back court turnovers the semi-finals will then compete . experienced by ITT. Don during the half time of the Andrews and Wayne Clary maintained the offensive pressure that finally gave Gott the win. Shelton Tumwater game, Friday night, February 19th. There will be first and second place trophies and third place certificates. The Hoopshoot program is sponsored by the Shelton Jaycees, with Kirk Criner as chairman. Bowling News SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Joy Waldrop -- Donna Coleman 188 Women's Hi Series: Jackie Eichhorn 507. Standings: Loggers 14-6; Loaders 10-10; Shops 9-11; Andrews had 24 and Clary 20. Other scorers for Gott were Jim Willis 14, Terry Corey eight, Bill Bingham six and Tom Coleman two. Kimberling and Kenning led the losers with 15 points each. Jerry Mallory added 13 and Jack Sather made ten more. Ran Elledge and Wally Ewart had four, Jim Gelchman two and Dick Antilla one. Railroad 7-13. Railroad 4, Joy Waldrop 496; Gott Oil Loaders 0, Marge Witcraft 470; WCC Loggers 2, Jackie Eichhorn 507; IT]" Rayonier Shops 2, Lois Albrecht 451. Bob's Tavern CITY LEAGUE STANDINGS WL Jess Mobil 6 1 6 2 5 2 1 6 0 7 Journal - Thursday, February 4, 1971 By CHARLES GAY Kevin Dorcy led his Shelton I-lighclimbers past league-leading Centralia Friday night in a wild Shelton Gym, 75-70, with 21 points and some brilliant defensive play. Head Coach Terry Gregg of the Climbers said it was the finest overall team effort of the season. Most of the fans in the gym would agree. Shelton had their best scoring night of the season and beat the Tigers who had previously beaten the Climbers 80-53 in a rout. It was the second game of the week where the Climbers had to face huge opposing centers. On Tuesday, Shelton got its first look at Jeff Smith, a big boy from Chehalis. Smith made 38 points on 19 field goals. Scott Hamilton, Centralia's 6'8" center, also gave the Climbers trouble. Hamilton made 28 points but he was not enough to win the game alone. Dorcy and his gang of Highclimbers burnt the nets most of the game. The first quarter saw the visiting Tigers take a 20-17 lead, Hamilton leading them with seven. Dorcy kept Shelton in it by making eight points. Bruce Cole and Rich Walker led a second quarter comeback by the Climbers that succeeded, giving them a 39-34 edge at the half. Cole and Walker had six each and Bill Bacon added four as Shelton outscored the visitors 22-14 in that quarter to take the lead. The Climbers never gave up the lead. Everything seemed to go fight for them in the second half except for a Centralia scoring binge at the end of the game. Dorcy had nine points in the third period, some on steals, and Cole made five more as the Climbers poured it on to lead 57-44 at the end of the third stanza. Shelton at one time led by 17 in the game before blowing it considerably. Bill Bacon hit everything he shot in the final quarter and Mike Bac and Rocky Nutt added four apiece as the Climbers continued to keep the pressure on. Suddenly with a minute and a half to go, a big lead began to crumble because of a Tiger press and numerous turnovers. However, the lead was so big that it was simply impossible for the Tigers to pull it out. Hamilton made 12 points in the fourth quarter as his Centralia team struck for 26 to Shelton's 18. For the game, the Tigers had nine men in the scoring column, three in double figures. Shelton had four in double figures among six scorers. Besides Dorcy with 21, Bacon was next high with 15. The junior starting guard hit five of five from the charity line as well as five from the field. Cole garnered 12, including four of five from the line. Bac made ten and was a perfect two of two from the line. Rocky Nutt made one of one from the line on his way to nine points. Rich Walker was the last scorer with eight points. Shelton was 13 of 18 from the free throw line and hit 31 field goals, the highest number they've hit this season. The Climbers are now 7-6 for the season and 5-4 in league. They had a three-game winning streak in league after the victory. This Friday Shelton gets a bye and prepares for Olympia on Tuesday, February 9, in Shelton Gym. That game will begin at 7:30 p.m. Donkey basketball will make its appearance in ShaRon Gym this Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. Three games with eight minute halves will be played. Four teams will participate and a championship game will be played between the winners of the first two games. The four teams competing are~ the Jaycees, the high school boys, high school girls and the faculty. AFS is sponsoring the contest which features unusual rules. There are no out of bounds, players must be mounted on their donkeys to score, players may lead their donkeys to the ball and players are advised to wear football helmets and other padding. Tickets for the affair are $1.00 presale for adults and $1.25 at the gate and $.75 for students and $I.00 at the door. You may phone 426-8261 extension seven for advance tickets or buy them this Saturday from members of AFS in downtown stores. For those who wonder how the donkeys can perform in the gym, the animals wear padding on their feet. on [az ers iers Timberline fell before Shelton's Highclimber grapplers Thursday night in Lacey for the Climbers' seventh win of the season against two losses. Shelton lost just three matches in roiling to a 34-13 tie, but it wasn't that lopsided a match until the last few individual matches. The host Blazers were only three points behind with four matches to go. Then Shelton scored 18 unanswered points to turn it into a rout. Brad Stites won by a forfeit in the 100 pound class to give Shelton a 5-0 lead. Timberline quickly evened it up with a pin at 107. Mark Lewis won a decision at 114 and Randy Howard was voted Wrestler of the Week for his decision at 121. The Climbers lost a decision at 128 but Dave Nutt came back with a close 4-3 decision in the 134 pound class to put Shelton ahead by 14-8. Timberline won the 140 pound class and Mark Thompson tied at 147 to make the score 16-13. Shelton pulled away when Mark Wittenberg and Don Vanderwal won by pins at 157 and 169 respectively, Dave Myer won by decision at 187 and Bill Gray took the heavyweight match by forfeit. The Climbers now own a 7-2-1 win-loss-tie record for the season and are 3-2-1 in league. Since tying Aberdeen and losing to league leaders North Thurston and Olympia, the Climbers have three straight over Chehalis, Centralia and Timberline. Sophomore Brad Stites leads the team with a 9-1 record. Hoquiam wilt come to Shelton Gym this Thursday evening for another league match. The Climbers will be looking for a revenge win over the Grizzlies who beat them by three points a year ago. Here are the results of the varsity match with Timberline: 100-Brad Stites (S) won by forfeit. 107-Brian Bates (T) pinned Tom Sagrniller, 3:06. l l4-Mark Lewis (S) dec. Bill Wagner, 9-1. 121-Randy Howard (S)dec. Pat Gamell, 6-4. 128-Dale McKinney (T) dec. Wayne Alexander, 7-6. 134-Dave Nutt (S) dec. Kevin Christensen, 4-3. 140-Ran Giddens (T) dec. Nolin Stratton, 12-1. 147-Mark Thompson (S) and Monte Hanks tied, 5-5. 157-Mark Wittenberg (S) pinned Ran Hank, 3: 16. 1 69-Don Vanderwal (S) pinned Dwight Mittles, 2:59. 187-Dave Myer (S) dec. Joe Race, 6-3. Unl.-Bill Gray (S) won by forfeit. Shelton's ,jayvees had no problem with Timberline, beating the Blazers 31-3. Those results follow: 121-Pat Davidson (S) dec. Jeff Tucker, 4-1. 128-Dave Pratt (T) dec. Elmer Smith, 2-1. ]34-Dave Hurst (S) pinned Joe Hart, 2:37. 140-Randy Stevens (S) pinned Paul Mittlestart, 5: 52. 157-Dave Frank (S) dec. Dave Childress, 13-2. Sonny Vercher, Bob Fox and Mike Sheetz won by forfeit. DON VANDERWAL collected one of Shelton's pins against Timberline in the 169 pound class. 1= Blazer Quintet Losing their last two games, Shelton Junior High's Blazers have evened their record to 3-3 for the season. The losses came at the hands of Hoquiam and Centralia. In the Hoquiara game, Steve Sparks made 23 points, shooting nine of 11 from the field. Jay LeGault made eight, Steve Settle six, Charlie Earl four and Steve Watilo one. Against Centralia, Settle and Sparks had 11 each, Rick Bacon Drops Two had seven, Dan Morgan garnered five, Jay LeGault, Lenny Crume and Warren Earl all had two and Steve Watilo one. For the season, Sparks has a 20 point average and 121 points for the six games. He has made 47 of 78 from the field and 27 of 36 from the free throw line. The Blazers' next highest scorer is Steve Settle with 40. Shelton's next home game is against Hopkins this Thursday, February 4 in Shelton Gym. MARK WITTENBERG has his opponent nearly hd gets the first pin of the night against Timb Wittenberg as a junior wrestling at 157. RANDY HOWARD won Wrestler of the Week 6-4 decision in last Thursday's Timberline Shelton won. TRIPPING HIS BLAZER opponent, Mark remains in control of the 147 pound match. on to tie 5-5. SKI JAq ALL OFF 223 COTA