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SHELTON'S RICH WALKER, junior forward, goes up high for two and is fouled in the Olympia game Tuesday. The Highclimbers beat the Bears in Shelton Gym, 60-47. rO By CHARLES GAY For as long as many Shelton basketball fans can remember, the Highclimbers have never beaten Olympia. It happened Tuesday night in Shelton Gym as the Climbers got revenge for an earlier loss to the Bears, 60-47. Not only was it the Climbers' best defensive effort of the season, but it was almost the exact opposite of the two teams' last meeting. In the last game, it seemed that Olympia's size resulted in numerous fouls and the Bears cleaned the boards. Olympia shot 44 foul shots and made 32 in that contest. Tuesday night, Shelton swept the boards as Rocky Nutt hit a game record of 18 rebounds. Bruce Cole added 15 bounds and 18 points to be the game's high scorer. The last time around, four Shelton men fouled out. This time no one got five fouls and Olympia made only half the free shots they had in the first game. Senior forward Mike Bac hit one long jumper from the left and another to the right for Shelton's first two baskets. The Climbers never trailed. Bac had seven of his eight total points in the initial period as Shelton outscored the visitors 13-9.The hosts worked a full court press on the Bears much of the game and it paid off in several turnovers. Olympia came back to within one by the half with a 14-point performance in the second quarter. It was 24-23 at halftime. Shelton was a perfect four of four from the free throw line in the first half. The Climbers pulled away again in the third stanza when they held the Bears to nine points with a good defensive stand. Shelton scored 12 to lead by four at that quarter's end, 36-32. A high scoring fourth quarter followed. Shelton opened up with 24 points to Olympia's 15. Many fouls were called in the last period. The Bears stepped to the line 12 times and converted on seven and Shelton made eight of 13 tries. Shelton had a 13 point lead much of the fourth quarter. Cole had nine points to lead the Climbers. Kevin Dorcy, who was Shelton's second high scorer, Trojan Five Is Now 5-1 made five points to help keep his Climbers on top. Climber scorers for the evening were Cole 18, Dorcy 11, Nutt 10, Bac 8, Walker 6, Bacon 4, Olli 2 and White 1. Bacon, Cole and Dill had perfect records from the charity line. The win put the Climbers back on the winning side, 8-7 for the season. They are now 6-5 in league and will face Timberline at home Friday. Tuesday they will travel to North Thurston to avenge an earlier loss to the Rams. Shelton has won four of its last five games. Shelton won the jayvee bout with Olympia, 66-50. Last time the Bears won 61-60. "Ferry Knight led the Climbers with 13 points and was Long with 12 and t with ten. Mark eight, Mush Them seven, Duane Tracy Armstrong three and Ray wlmmers JIM ROGERSON, Highclimber butterfly ace, wal points scored this season as a junior His two meets and lost 13. By PAUL-ROGERSON Shelton's swim squad finished their 1970-71 season last week with two tough meets. The Climbers actually met five opponents in the multi-team events. On Tuesday the aquamen travelled to Peninsula to take on Jess Mobil won the 16th annual team event tournament held February 6 and 7 by the Shelton Bowling Association. The winners scored 3004 pins. The next eight places were Certified 2967, Nimrod Club 2959, Bull Moose 2946, Vern's Clams 2938, Prepp's 2931, TCF Savings 2927, Timber Ducks 2917 and Moose Heads 2916. The Shelton Bowling Peninsula, Jefferson and Federal Way. The Highclimbers were outscored by Peninsula and Federal Way, but swamped Jefferson 62-31. The final meet of the regular season was a double dual meet with Mount Tahoma and Rogers. The Shelton swimmers were done in by fatigue and an overwhelming number of opponents. Despite finishing with a two-win 13-loss season record, individual swimmers for Shelton had a good year. In over half of their 1 5 meets the Climbers grabbed more first place finishes than their opponents. The difficulty came with the fact that only 13 boys turned out for the team. With nine individual events and two four-man relays in a swim meet, 13 men don't go quite far enough. Each boY" m'ay participate in only two events. This year's squad will lose only two members to graduation. AQUAMAN RON STARk works on his durinq swimming practice. Shelton ended its with two' meets. Hood Canal's Trojans won Association's doubles and singles Point leaders and co-captain Jim tournament will be held at Kimmerly and ace breaststroker two more games this week to Shelton Recreation February 13, Jim Densley will not return. Jess Mobil kept a slim lead column were Miller improve their record to 5-1, starting at 2 p.m. The schedule Coach Doug Hanna will have a over Gott Oil in Shelton's City Kenning, Dick Anti beating Rochester and Shelton's follows: strong group of experienced League this week by beating WCC Sather with eight jayvees. 86-80 in a high scoring affair, with six, Ron Bond & Barnes Larson & Mounts Honstain & Simons Chapman & Wheeler Whitney & Schimshat Stoner & Henderson 5:00 p.m. shift Dunbar & Nault Nault & Nault Mclrvin & Harvey Albrecht & Ahlquist Simpson & Fagan Olson & Cuzick 8:00 p.m. shift Brown & Franklin swimmers returning. Heading the pack will be juniors Jim Rogerson, Kim Nicklaus, Dan Deffinbaugh, Mike Nutt, Chuck Wicken and Ron Starr. Returning sophomores are Darrell Kimmerly, Cal Moran, Rich Yates, Bob Godwin and Burt Auseth. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Heart Fund while Gott took the week off Wednesday night Jess travelled to the Correction Center. They grabbed a big first quarter lead, 31-17 and led by 21 at the half, 47-26. WCC came back with a 25-point third quarter and closed the gap to 15 at 66-51. The losers lowered Jess' lead to only six by the game's end. Ron Landis led Jess with 26. Jan Donaldson was not far behind with 25 points. Schmidt added 16, Spilseth, Walker and and Wally Ewart with two apiece. Jonkers led the He was followed eight, Anderson, Rogers with six four. CITY Jess Mobil Gott Oil WCC ITT Bob's Tavern Benefit Due Robertson had' four each and Westlund and Clinton had two The Rochester win was revenge for the Trojan's only loss of the season. They dumped Rochester 57-53 using an effective full court press. They had a 46-32 halftime lead but blew it. Fred Miller was the team's high scorer with 16 points. Tony Molinero added 15, Brad Bearden and Mike Lindgren had 11 apiece, Dave Bolender had two and Brad Deyette and Evan Tozier made one point each. Last Tuesday the Trojans slaughtered Shelton's jayvees, Christy & Hoff . . 59-27. Molinero scored 19 points West & West "Bo, wl-Strike Out Heart apiece. Auburn Buick repeated as the They were dumped in their first Callahan lea with 16, Campbellfor the winners. Miller added 16, For the losers, Don Austin hit HOUSEWIVES Shelton Invitational Basketball game, beat WCC in their second had ten, Bitter ling, Wirhachawsky Lindgren made eight, Bearden and Schuffenhauer & Schuffenhauer Disease! Schuffenhauer& Hanson That slogan will compete for 24 and Harold Givens made 15.Women's Hi Terry Cotton contributed 14, Jim Kolowinski 214 Bash had ten more, Walt Turner Women's Hi Se Auburn beat WCC on Friday Feb. 14 Bowling project which under had nine, Livona Smith four and 512_. .. ' MineWeror Shelton. each.Bill Rhodes and Craig Moeller two Shoppicked 21-7;4"7-!0 ion Is week outing and lost to Sexton an their a tall team to work with Three of ITT stayed in fourth place by 17-11; B& R Oil. Tournament champ s thL " ' " " " and Solberg rune each, Hagen six Bolender had six each and Tozier Fuller & Fuller attention in the two-week Heart ( ea ue third game LADLES THURSDAY TRIO the bes as they beat a local "ity L, g " - and Green five. had four. team, Jess Mobil, in the title Coach Bill Bryant of Hood Sunday, gber game. night and Sexton on Saturday to IIIIIllllllllllllll ........ Canal, now in his thirteenth year 2:00 p.m. shift way Monday, at the Tim Bowl, . . btano~ngs: Jess did well in the three-day get into the championship game. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII as the Trojan mentor, had praise event held Thursday, Friday and Jess defeated Bee Plumbing and [[t~,|-*ridl~ Pd~tAo, for his team. He said they area OeDn;lclk&rB~ John Tarrant, special events Re ec' " cker chairman for the Heart Fund beating Bob's Tavern, the cellar 7~'ll14.15"r~3~wa~~ Saturday. They won two of three TBM on the first two nights of ~'ww'w~V ~'~'~ good defensive team, a good n Key& Kene . ,. ..... Drtve, has phoned all league - , ,. = games, placed second and had two the tournament to earn the right IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ballhandling team and a very ~tamey & Jonnson e t dweller. Jerry Mallory led the Hood Canal Marly men on the all-tournament team. to face Auburn. Auburn's 100-64 coachable squad. He said this was Dill" & Bibbee secretaries to encourag heir victors with 12 points and ITT & Sons 9-19. Y members to sign up forths Schmidt and Donaldson led Jessthrashing of WCC was the . t showing the Trojans have Sullivan & Schreiber .... won 61-46. After a slow moving .....B&R Oil .3, Women s Hi Game Darlene to the high finish and made the all tourney's high point total .. . .~. : made against Shelton. Bryant has oenem program, first' half ITT used an aggressive" ,)bZ.Recl~manbpringwater41q W' star team In the title game, Auburn t..uzicK J.~o . - .... ." 5:00 p.m. shift The com etition is basedon a Women's Hi Series: Louise Clary " Leman & Dahman $1 entry fee ~ith 70c goingtothe defense and pulled into the lead. Warrene Graves Gott Oil and W('C the otherprevailed by ten points, 64-54. 540. the starters are six feet or taller local teams in the tourney, had The victors had the most valuableStandings'. Lucille Farmwald. and two other~ a ~'11" Geist & Gott Heart Fund to be used for ITTlow scoringled by 26-19first half.at theTheyendhadof aa SOnSThe oIdl' VernaMill 3, I~1 their troubles. WC(?h,stthefirst player in the lnvitational, Green. picked 6-7-10 spilt; Frank,e ....... Richards&Robertson research, education and 41-29 edge at the end of the third ueansuun bo,HdCanallhSt~ two games they playe'd and thus They also placed a man on the Barnes picked 3-6-7-8 split. Clary ,Jne lYdians _are snooting a Coots & Casey community heart programs by the were eliminated. With the double all-star team. Scorers for Jess in Trucking 7-1; Arnold & Smith good per cent Irom the field. Frey& Long Washington State Heart quarter. 481; Witcraft yrui Ins. 7-1; B. Fuller Custom Builder Bearden, who shot 50 per cent in Musgrove & Robertson Association. Helping ITT out in the scoring Walter 512. elimination setup, a team could the game were Schmidt 17, 7-1; Nye Company 6-2; Hardlythe Shelton game, has hit on 42 ~ ~ actually lose twice to the samelllrod I)naldsn 10, Landis 6, Walker~ ~t~l.e [-37g~4 a3 k5~v B?;, s ?g d C e nt e r per cent of his shots. Molinero hit. BlOOmBrown&BrownS:00 p m shift._ " ownEaCh grup will determine itsIhandicapping and ~~ k~~ team. Gott was a victim of Sexton 5, Spilseth 5, Robertson 4, Wyatt Goiden Pheasant Y2-6; nRtolen~s 75 per cent Tuesday and has a 53 ne,u & I~aKen dis ........ 0c Stenner & nl,-,-mfield trloution ol the remmmng ~ . Realty twice in the tournament. 4 and t;arl 3. For the winners, Shell 2-6; The Hut 0-8 per cent mark for the season. '-'~ ...... T Balls Food Center'3-1 Ginger Lindgren leads the team in Wiles&*'' he benefit will be based on Olsoe 439; Hardly Able Logg 1-3, percentage with 59, Miller has 49, '-'avk muir , regular league series of three :i ~::~ TK A v ~ t~ermaK games ' ~!~i~ i:~: , Teen" Tie" SmithAddie Lorenzenlns. 3-1 452;Pat BoadArnold445; & Tozier 35 and Bolender 29. : i""..!! ~.~. ::~ .... ::::: Golden Pheasant 1-3 Frankly ~xnce losing melr opening Fuller & Skxllman llllllll-IIIIIIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIiiIiiiilUllllllllllllil Barnes 432; D. Makovi~ey Const. game to Rochester, the Trojans Atop Church League Custom04' DarCYBuilderMaSt4.0370; B. FullerBunny urr have won five. straight. Bryant / E~ 453; Ro,ands Shell '1-3, Darlene remembers having two teams of Cuzick 479; Clary Trucking 3-1; this year s cahber. One was when Three teams tied for the first Mt. Olive Lutheran dumped the Louise Clary 540; The Hut 0-4, Bob Miller played, and another half championship of Church Episcopals 45-40 after being Sandy Story 380; Rye Co. 4-0, when Jody Campbell played for [ Obse.vance," / In League whenstheut,Methdists beat down 24-16 at the half. Dorothy Ahrens 474. him t Washington Birthcla, S the Catholic, M day night in The first half of the Church 1 e.e eoni ow ocuOe ..... ;;;: =: ;;:;;:, . We ,, O 1he Catholics, who went into Winners in the first half are For .-.-.- _ ) / i the game unbeaten in threesupposed to meet the victors TableTops, Mtrrors, Aluminum Sash, / Monday, February 15 ] outingsand were on top of the of the second half for the ,i ,INIVL PAUI.[ , league, were upset by the championship. An agreement will Showor and Tub Doors, | 1 Methodists, who then claimed a have to be reached about the first Storm Doors and Wundo.w Glass | : third of the title. Faith Lutheran, half tie. Replacements of all kund$ | i who ~t idle with a bye and a 3-I CHURCH LEAGUE STANDINGS , i record, also shared first place. The " W L See I | Ford -- Mercury i three powerful teams showed how Catholics 31 $i|1 ff N 6L. I ' I ] evenly matched they are with the Methodists 3 1 ) )O Mt. View at Kneeland Center deadlock F .... "aith Lutheran 3 1 710 Cedar Leroy Dale 426-1152 | .... ,. 3rd..& Grove ...... ., l'wo other tt ams went into Mt. Olive Lutheran 1 3 londay night's action winless. It [(piscopals 0 4 Call for Estimatos ] is" shieldGuaranteed Not to Leak" the battle of the cellar %ge 10 - Shetton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, February 11, 1971