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Page 14 SHELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in &apos;ChTih'nagtowb U.KA.", Shelton, Washington Th BLAZERS FA00O,E LEAI)ERS Aberdeen to board the undefeated and almost>cinch champion Miller lhe title by knocking off the dan- Kittens. See Emerson TV and Stereo at Johnny,s Music Box 205 Cots St. gcrous Centralia Yellowjackets, 51-45. in a free-scoring tussle at Ccntralia. With five games left to play the Ki!tens hold a three-game lead ewer Lhr.ea. teams battling for se- cond place. Eve though in sixth place now. the Blazers still have mat,hematical possibilities for that runner-up rung but face the dif- ficult prospect of playing five of their last six games on the road Their lone remaining home game i: aainst winless HopMns, one of lhe two clubs they've beaten so far. H<quiam was the other. JI'NIOR ttlGlI BASKETBALL w L pf pa Miller 7 0 274 185 Washington 4 3 230 202 ,lefferson 4 3 228 244 Hoquiam ,t 3 189 198 Centralia 3 4 264 240 SHELTON 2 4 167 212 Hopkins 0 7 203 269 Lust Week Hoquiam 26. Washington 20 Jefferson 42. Hopkins 34 Miller 5L Centralia 45 Today Shelton at Miller Tomorrow Washington at Centralia Hoquiam at Jefferson I FOR YOUR HAPPINES$ WHO THREW IT?- Exactly halfway between both Larry and Mike are poised to catch it. Larry Powell (left white) and Mike Carte Others in the picture are Jim Goodpaster (white) (right) the basketball hung suspended in mid- and North Thurston players Don Carey, Ron air during Saturday night's game between Shel- Pickell (21.), Jeff Collins (25), Dave Whitman ton and North Thurston. Figure out who threw (23), and Darcy Fast (right dark). Shelton won, it and you win the prize, beoause it looks like 49-39. Powell's Rebounding Vital Factor in Victory CLIMBERS RE-BUTTAL SURPRISES RAMS, 49-39 our HOME / LOAN BUIhDZ(] ,o] UYT6, yOU can count on a Tatia tory financing plan from start to flnish when you deal with us. Our loan terms are individually fitted to your needs and ch'cumstances. An4 of course, interest md principal "are reducedmonthly--eliminating hard-to- manage lump sum payments, Sop in for the whole story today. HOME OFFICE  OLYMPIA IN SHELTON-- SEE: LOAN COUNSELOR KURT MANN  MANN REAL ESTATE Taking command of the back- boards as the fourth quarter open- ed, the Highclimbers threw off the shackles of defeat which have hounded them persistently of late and whipped the North Thurston Rams, 49-39, in a non-conference basketball game here Saturday night. Big Larry Powell, the muscular sophomore transfer from Califor- nia. and tall John Anderson, a senior just beginning to find him- self, took the spotlight voles in carrying the Climbers to a sugary victory which squared accounts for PECIATION NY PLUMelM ] JOItN ANDERSON Be.t Night of Career an earlier loss to the Rams. POWELL'S contribution was a mammoth total of 20 rebounds and 12 poixt.s, tim converted eight of ten foul shots), while Anderson :njoyed his finest hour in Climider raiment with 14 points on seven baskets in eleven shots. Toss in big assists to Jim Good- paster, Mike CarLa and Bob Wal- ker, too. Jim pulled down eleven rebounds and Mike eight in his most aggressive showing so far. Mike, too, made two of the game's finest plays on give-and-go pat- terns which broke him loose for successive lay-ins just as the Clim- bers were making their winning bid. These plays came after the Seems to be everyone's year for Cadillac. And why not? It's the most wanted Cadillac ever built. And with twelve different models, who couldn't find one to fall in love with ? Your r ''.1;=,I,_ MELL GHEVRoLET 1st and Grove Sts. ,';L ha,ca that one for yo u right now. ',C, RIZ E D ....... :pEALER GO M PAN Y 426-4426 mid-point in the fourth quarter when the Rams were still hang- ing on at 41-36. _ WALKER WAS a buzz-saw all night with frequent interceptions and eight points to the cause. His last two baskets did things for the Climbers, One came in the first minute of the final period, a long bomb. which erased North Thurs- ion's-34-33 lead going into the pe- riod. The Climbers never trailed again. His final, another long-ran- ge blast, hoisted the Climber edge to 39-34 just before Carte produc- ed his two shortrange bulls-eyes. Powell and Goodpaster so effec- tively dominated the boards in the last quarter that the Rams scored only five points, both baskets corn- in on long shots. In all, the Clim- bers hauled down 58 rebounds. 27 of them off the offensive boards. IT WAS TIGHTLY-FOUGHT all the way with the .widest margins being the Rams' 10-5 edge near the end of the first quarter, and Shelton's at the end. The Rams ted at the first and third quarters, 10-9 and 34=33. Shelton. at the half 21-20. Shelton hit 18 of 60 floor shots and 13 of 24 foul attempts. The lineups: SHELTON 49 N. THURSTON 39 Anderson 14 f Fast 8 Carte 5 f Whitman 6 Goodpaser 8 c Carey 4 Walker 8 g Pickell 12 Powell 12 g Collins 9 Subs: Shelton -- Smith 2. Orr. Jef- fery, Brickert, Olson. N. T.--Ford, Peters, Roundy, Lee. Score by Quarters N. ThurSton 10 10 14 5--39 Shelton 9 12 12 16 49 Liflle Climbers Split Weekend Games, Beat Rams, Lose To Wed B TEAM STANDING W L pf pa Port Angeles S O 381 305 East Bremerton 7 1 441 336 West Bremerton 6 3 463 371 SHELTER 3 4 298 325 North Kitsap 2 6 291 362 South Kitsap 1 6 235 318 Central Kitsap 1 7 311 38 Last Week West Bremerton 53, Shelton North 45, Central 29 Port Angeles 42. South 34 East 63, Central 47 North 42, Sequim 25 (nl) Lincoln 47, West 43 (nl 37 By Dem:y Wagner Shelton junior varsity cagers split their weekend games with a loss at West Bremerton in con- ference action. 53-37. a victory at lame over North Thurston in non- conference play, 54-43. Against West the Little Climb- ers couldn t hold a first quarter lead, the Wildcats gradually wid- ening their advantage in the last three peMods despite the, 16-point contribution of Floyd Barnes to he Shelton cause. Coach Harold Wilson's B squad- ders broke the game open in the first quarter against North Thurs- ton and scored 15 points in each of the first two periods for a 30, ] 6 lead, then finished off with an- other 15-point spree in the final ,period as Jim Richards hit for I7, Bamaes and Denny Bailey to- talled 24 and 21 points in the two games. The lineus: SHELTER 54 N. THURS. 4 Kadoun 9 f Dwyer 2 Richards 17 f Faubion 11 Barnes 8 c Herness 15 lailey 11 g .Ensign 2 Brickert g Conway 6 Subs: Shelton Anderson 9, Carte, N. T.  Shelton 6, Lee 1, Porteous. Shess. N. Thurston 9 7 13 1443 Shelton 15 15 9 1554 WEST 53 SHELTER 3"/ Matlock 2 f Kadoun 2 Gordon 6 f Richards 5 Gran 10 c Barnes 16 Shute 10 g Brickert 2 uga: Ve" g Bailey 10 : s --Chamberlain 8, To- bacco 11, Watson 2, Costello 2, Pudas, Munns, Shelton Ander- son 2. Villines. Carte. Wilson. Wy- al, Fredon, McNeil. Shelton 11 6 13 7--37 WeSt 10 12 19 12---53 WEST WAXES HIGHCLlilBER$ ()I,YMI'I(' AA LEAGUli: lV L pf pa West Bremerton 9 0 529 338 East Bvemerlon 8 1 511 371 Central Kitsap 4 4 349 375 South Kitsap 3 5 275 309 Port Angeles 3 5 374 403 SHELTER 2 5 300 349 North lCitsap t) 9 385 518 L'st Week West 67. Shelton 35 East 66. Central 45 Port Angeles 42. ,()llll "3 North 57, Sequim 5G Inl. Shelton ,19, North 'rimrston 39 (nll 'rids Friday Shelton at East West ar Sonth Port Angeles at North Bainbridge at Central nl Thb, Natur(lay Central at Shelton Seqnim at Port Anlelcm (nl/ West Bremcrtol overpowered the Highelimbers and put Shclton in a precarious spot insofar as playoff possibilies are concerned with a 67-35 win-as-they-pleased triumph on the Wildcat home floor Friday night. TIlE I)EFEAT. along with Port Angeles' win over South pushed the Climbers into sixth place. They must be in third to mak  the play- offs. West toyed with Shelton. After running up a 21-3 first quarter lead. the Vildcas played reserves generously the rest of the way. tsing a total of 14 players, ten of whom contributed to the scoring. By scoring en foul shots in the second quarter, the Climbers ma- naged to shave the half-time de- ficit to 15 points and out-tallied West. 16-13. in the period. But the second half was all West and the Wildcats widened their advantage continually. NO CLIMBER scored in double figures, Larry Powell's nine being best. Three Wildcats outscored bin] led by Les Dicks with 1.3 even though he was used sparingly af- ter the first period. The viclory clinched one of the playoff berths for West which now ires a 9-0 record with tlree conforeno  gaines relnainng. The Climbers have five left and probably nnlsl v, rin el, least fern" u) g'el. into playoff contention. The lineups: ,VI,1NT 67 NItI']LT()N 35 Dicks 13 f Anderson 2 Ken'el 7 f err Shedwin 12 c Goodpaster 1 Tamerius 10 g Po\\;vell 9 Le,lie 8 g Walker 2 Subs: Virest --- Grahn 7. Johnson 4. Balcom 2. Burley 2, Stockton 2. Lambert. Wright. Folger. Ferris. Shelton - Smith 7. Olson 4, Carte 9. Briekert 1. Jeffery. ('ore I)3" Quarters Shelton 3 16 8 8-35 West 21 13 14 19 67 STATE FARM I I]ome Office: Bloomington, Feel silly carving initials on a tree? Then give her a Valentine from... 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