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AWARD WINNERS at the Winter Sports Banquet held last Most Pins in wrestling; back row: Best Rebounder Rocky Thursday night at Mountain View School were front row, left Nutt, Outstanding Swimmer Jim Kimmerly, Inspirational to right; Outstanding Wrestler Brad Stites, Most Improved Swimmer Dan Deffinbaugh, Inspirational Wrestler Mark Wrestler Randy Howard, Basketball Captain Kevin Dorcy, Wittenberg and Basketball Inspirational Bill Bacon. Wrestling Captain Mark Thompson and Don Vanderwal for Shelton's tennis team is still undefeated in seven matches and has three unbeaten players The Highclimbers' latest victories were over South Kitsap and Aberdeen. On Wednesday, March 31, host Shelton won every match and beat South Kitsap 5-0. In first singles, Bob Quimby beat Dale Leighton 6-4, 6-1. Jeff Okano won number two singles 6-4, 6-2 over Dave Frederick Jim Robinson beat Warren Lew 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 in third singles. In an extra singles match, Jerry Johnsen beat Phil Clements 6-0, 6-1. Quimby and Okano teamed up in first doubles to dump Leighton and Frederick 6-4, 6-3. Jim Kimmerly and Rick Stevenson took Randy Groten and Steve Hutchins in second doubles, 6-2, 6-4 Last Friday, April 2, the Climbers played their first league match in Shelton and beat Aberdeen 3-2. Quimby defeated Gordy Scott in number one Nutt, T" James Rocky Nutt qualified for his third event in the Shelton Invitational and Rich James broke his own school record in the two-mile that was only a week old as Shelton beat Aberdeen 77-59 Tuesday on Loop Field After the meet, Climber Head Coach Bill Brickert said, "I just can't believe it." His troops pulled off a minor upset over the strong Bobcat team. Nutt was spectacular in the meet. He won the high hurdles with his best time ever, won the low hurdles and triple jump, qualifying for the Invitational in the latter event He also took second in the high jump with a personal best of 6'0". Nutt has qualified in the 180 yard low hurdles, triple jump and high jump. James set a new school record in the two mile last Friday and broke that four-day old record with a 10:18.0 clocking. Junior Tom Brigham won both the discus and shot put. He also ran in the winning mile relay team. Brigham's 50 foot, six inch effort in the shot last Friday was half a foot short of qualifying for the Invitational. Single winners for Shelton were Mike Hays with a lifetime best of 4:50.6 in the mile, Gary Burger in the 880, Rob Settle in the high jump and Chris Elmlund with a lifetime best of 23.6 in the ine. Johnsen, Rogerson and Moore(A);21'9". Armstrong); 1:36.2 8 80-Burger(S), Hays(A) Shot-Brigham(S), Brown(A), Wilson(A); 2:05.0. Oling(S);46'5 ". PV-Swor(A), Nieznalski(A), 440-Ferguson(A), Lemagie(S), Armstrong(A); 14'0". Sumner(A); 52.7. 2 2 0 - E 1 m 1 u n d ( S ) , LH-Nutt(S), Henry(A), Moilanen(A), Rogerson(S); 23.6. Peterson(A); 21.7. H J-Settle(S), Nutt(S), LJ-Gordon(A), Swor(A), Swor(A); 6'2". 2 Mile-James(S), , Peary(A); Brown(A); TJ-Nutt(S), Swor(A); 41 '4". Mile Armstrong, Lemagie); 3:37.0. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ @ Shelton's Head Track Coach Bill Brickert has announced that Saturday, May 1 will be the date for the Eleventh Annual Shelton Invitational, to be held on Loop Field. Over 30 schools from greater Seattle to Vancouver, Washington competed in 1970 and more entries are expected this year. Prelims in the hurdles, sprints, 880 relay, triple jump and long jump will begin at 2:00 p.m. with the finals starting at 7:00 in the evening Last year more than 60 of the 300 entrants went to either the A or AA State Meet. The entrance qualifications for this "best performance" type meet have produced many top times and distances including some marks that surpass the present state records. These stringent requirements have enabled this meet to realize two major objectives. They are to bring together top flight athletes and better prepare them for their coming subdistrict competition and to provide the source of income for the Shelton Coaches' Association college scholarship fund. Last year the Shelton coaches awarded $500 in college ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ermen T scholarships to preparing to physical education Last year, team title second, Clover Enumclaw Highclimbers entrants in the a senior, has yard low hurdleS, and triple jump. Senior qualified in the Settle, who has record in the high be there team is in the meet. I BI ck Hill Leag M The Highclimbers won 13 of singles, 6-3, 6-1. Paul Lancar of 16 possible firsts in the meet to n a s u e Aberdeen beat Jeff Okano bygrab their second league win identical 6-4 sets in second against no defeats. There was no Rich James set a new school Rogerson(S), Elmlund(S); 10 4 " " ' n singles Jim Robinson went three javelin event because Aberdeen record in the two mile as Mile-McGimnse,,tNT~ and .- Javel-lr' Diamon men; . - . ~- -, namstreet~, sets again to win third singles 6-3, does not throw st. Shelton's Highclimbers dumped Burger(S) tied for first, 14~,,-,, -- L) IU . 3-6, 6-2 over Scott Stoehr. HH-Nutt(S), Settle(S), North Thurston 77-68 in Lacey Miller(NT);4:48.9. ~11~ UelaV'Sh!! Kimmerly and Stevenson won Henry(A); 16.. .Thursday. 880 Relay-North Thurston; Armor .... nri~MOg~lhh-- tY!ga?t!hedcl !ers C tuns ' ........... "- first doubles 6-4, 6-4 over Dave 1 0 0 - R o g e r s o n ( ), It was onlv the first meet of 1:37.7. aal, Smith and Bob Geddes Bob Ferguson(A), Moilanen(A); 107 the "ear for~c ......... Shot Bri"ham'Sx Prat"NT~ " ...... "'q')~ " " y ouelton, out tWO " r~ ~ ), tt J, TJ.Fl,hertVU~ ~li._ Shaffer and Dave Gozart beat Mile-Hays(S), Smith(A) Climbers ualifiedfor Strong(NT);50'6" ~J,,,.e~ ~'n,~'- ~gA q the m?~)Sr~) l!!.n(N . magic(S),H:"'''; ...... ]O' lm offwl nJOhs~eeit6aiqL~ekr Mlll8~A),4la506helton(Elrnlund, :nth;:~nalr;:dl .ajumor,Hi ghNcle2bte T~i~l,~ sevenhitsbu no - " " - o shu frame, Terry Knight led "thaJed;rYs J0a..~;?~ T), Le nGetting =rstwere Shelton threatened m each of ru s, Shelton s Highclimbe _ .... " single and was advanced by Duane rs beaten b North Thurston the first s~x innings, herin tJorcy Makoviney's one-base hit, but two doubles, 6-3, - , - . ~.. Head Coach Bill Brickert said . -__ (, T), Flahe ty(NT), Tigers on Loop .~;~wlll'A ~,,' y . Number one player nob senior Don Gardner "saved the WeeKs(Nl); 19 11% . meet Shelton tra*~,e Monday in Lacey 3-0. It was the singled in the first and was sent to again the attack was stalled. Qulmb" y is one of. ~three. d ~" " - meet" for Shelton The meet LH-Nutt(S), Fawcett(NT), on April 16 forle#'L~| third loss in a row for Shelton and second by Bill Bacon s single, but The third stanza saw Mike Highclimbers that are unaeieate " ~"- -- "=- - IL -- "T hinged on the mile"relay. Had Case(NT); 21.2. the Bears. was tile second consecutive the rally died. In the second Johnson walk and Dorcy collect Quimby is 6-0 in singles and 2-0 ~lel~o~l ~S North Thurston won it the Rams 880-Burger(S), Grubb(S), / his second hit. Johnson was in doubles Jim Robinson has had wou'- - v ". - Jones(NT); 2"14 4 .. m ~.oI) | to go three sets several times to ~ IlillrlilelVlid~iA/ c:~.a ......... A ~.. ... ,h...m..,. P V - B r o w n ( N T I ~a~)e K / |__ I I-- L_a---- thrown out at third and Dorcy " la na e won tne meet. .... I#| Aberdeen_.._ .....__ ,,, was stranded on third when the neat ........... ms opponents, out is stm r-i, .v..----.v W.v ........... vv .................. s o ' " * " Jay Himlie and ran well The mile Armstr ng(S), Lewis(S); 12 0 . U.~A&.~/II d inning ended. In the top of the unbeaten with a 6-0 record in " 0 ilVlig~lllnl .ers . 22 Fawcett(NT), Defeat, Cllm vBO" fourth, Knight reached base on an ......... .nd 2 0 ..... d .,: .... d ...... Records fell in the Longview relay team of Shelton won and Elmlund S- Weeks NT 24 2 There wt-'" error and Makoviney singled, but " 'Rela,,s held last Saturda,, at Mark the Climbers came home with the (), ( ); . . .~ ~ i~ Jim Kimmerly is 5-0 in doubles .. J ........ ~.. .... :_ 2 Mile-JamesS*HavsS~ concerned wiut - "q no runs were scored. . . , morns rtlgn acnool, bnelton's win. ,, ~ .., . and 1 0 in singles Shelton s Thur da mght Mfller(NT), 10 29 1 s y Aberdeen threw a no-hitter at the sixth, and one in the seventh. Bill Bacon got a single in the lea-ue ;~cor ...... n-' t'-e" are Highclimbers finished last of the Junior Rob Settle qualified " . " : " " ~., ~n, ra :, e ut~ ~uau uy , Discus Brown(NT), House at t a,, r .~l~st ~ .Sh~ton did not get. a man on fifth ,for his. second hit .of .:the ~ . ..........- r five teams, but qualified two men for Shelton s Invitational in the " :~-.e'st' w a ton 1 n Brigham(S), Klaheuh(NT), All ~t .)b'~ ~[~'~t~" ~!~ddl$ :0t:,,,the g~m~~ The "~i~th/inning- saw -. T~,. t,,~m i~',,~,,, ,,..~,,. ~ ~..,, for the In "t t" a a d set two high jump with a leap of 6 0 . He " " " ' " .~_..a ; 132 5% m ~ted "bY-~~(~-in a l~gue~g~rne '.secoiad (r~me wheb Neal Chile Knight get on base for the'third ................ s,,,~,,.v .................. ~ " " v" to aft~"~' machi ...... " ...... ~; . meet recordS. . was a double vmtor in .the. meet, - 11 ~.(1~ nv wnlcn mrows olrterent 11 ~,~ on Loop Field. reached first on an error. Only time, this time via walk. He ........ " Rob Settle tiedthe oldSch0ol ':also winiai~g'tIi"~high l~tJrdles'in' HJ-Seltle(S),, ,, Brown(NT), officers wi ~ The Climber types o~ snots at me prayers ........................ NutttS~'6 0 meetino is to pitchers gave up three more men g on base in the reached second but was left on ~,~,rh ^l Uo .... ;n ,h., ,~.. record in [ne nlgrl jump as me 1o./. lne nigh nurmes was me " "' " " "-d ,st -~--~.~ ,-.,, .... vv ~,~, ,,,,,, u,~ Climbers won that event In the only event that the Climbers baseball., starts. --..ati~ 14 hits in the contest. Terry next five inning. None of them base. scnooi and tide city pain ior the " s the t ..... " - - - furmer inlor*-., Knight started on the mound and made it past first base. North Thurston, meanwhile, . ............ relay , oral a~stance oI each swept .... 24Y machine Jointly. lne nigh scnool ~-am's emries i ................. ~ Warnes at 4zo" gave up three runs in the firstBob Failor started for the scored one in the second and two ........... te ~ used ~my me ~oc~y r~utt ran me i~o yaru "I- .~ wm use It aunng me SCHOOL year "earn wins not in .... " ................ /ournament inning. He was relieved later by Bobcats and took the win. Knight in the third. They threatened in .......... t , awmuaLs. ~etue, LOW hurdles m z~ z, wmcn was ior ooys ana girls tennis ann me who went 6'0" ......... " ...... *'t Kevin Dorcy. Aberdeen scoredtook the loss for Shelton. The all but the first and fourth inning ........... me nay oetore,one tenm o[ a second otI me r~^_,,ll.',.^ kl .... I~,_L',~ AI'I~ city win use 1[ during its summer ' ~ " IL~UIdlIIHI~ I~III~U/~ ,jikj1~/r~l~. i - another run in the fourth, two in game set Shelton s record back to with men on base. Shelton was ,. , . went 6 2, Saturday_ to tie Jerry school record, to win and qualify program. The macnlne can de set Westlund s record ~o :-- ~o~< e.., th, ~...~,~.:.._.~ ~r.,, a ---. -.' J 1-2. 1-3 after the loss. . , ........ u ................ ~una~ ~ ....... W ' for drives or lobs and the ball s v...t.., ~.~..., ......... r ..... " ..... As the April 18 deadhne for WIns LO . .... ~u~.ay ~ut. qualllleO Ior me senlo , also took mira in the ~ ,... .. , .~ ~or~t SHELTON ab r h rbi speeu can de adjusted "--vitational hi-~- ................. ~ house quaHHcat~ons o~me J~ckie AnU" R , I.J O .J QI xu ~t jump oy going triple jump anu nlgn jump, alto o et " " Johnson, Mike 2000 Shelton's next match will be ~'10" He is now .................... Washington State Bowling for low net oV ou,,enve,u ,e u,es o, . ~ mtwoeventsm seconumtnemgnnurales. Pro-rietors' Association team . ~/01~ azers Densley, Jim 1 0 0 0 ........ ' l that 1 meet The other Tom Brigham had his best ....... Y -ldl April 13 against North K~tsap on deal P the Ba snore For Monday Op ener Bacon, BillLong,Drcy' KevinDoug 402030202000~aesg?cem~rt~r~A~ne laC~hmmn~s~i ~'imbTiilN,,~abC!iliii~e J~hm! i!i~e !ei!edwtihebi!~L0aPf~:et~ !!ymawC~aevtne'sU~ilSdiad~r~imie~! hele~d:jy~SDa~t~ H e a d C o a c h H a r len see a lot of playing time. His four White, Neal 3 0 0 0 ..... .......... ~ u Ior a meet second m me discus and ran on _. ." ._ _ was played Wednesday Those ~o ' 17 41/2 ,,oon ....... " _ this point tied for lo~V ne Buitenveld, now starting his third returning lettermen are Jack Frost Knight, Terry 3 0 1 0 results were not avallaoie at tins record and one of onl .............. Ilae top prize in me tourney .~. y mree ilrsts me winning mile relay team. ;o l ~n i,~...,.. ,,~,,.-. i=oders ar- ,-----~al year at that position, has spent and Rick Bacon, freshmen, and Krumpols, Ray 2 0 0 0 wrmng .... Chelton .......... e ,, ,~..,uu. ~,~ .............. I KIDNEY U~'.~ the last month getting the Shelton eighth graders Larry Wood and ~ WOlaens t.nevron with ~u.,t, ACH~ Makoviney, Duane 3 0 2 0 The other meet record was set 880 in a 2: 14.4, far slower than ............... I ~- BAC..R, Afi~,~ Junior HighBlazers ready for Roy Pearsall. Herrel, Elmer 2 0 0 0 ...... moose anuers w~m .3o.3,-i. itllu Or Trequent f$ by George Lemagte, Jim Johnsen. his Invltatlonal-quahfymg time of ......... J c~ntr~eUe~,t'~2#~ their 'baseball The rest of the freshmen out season opener 0 r and " . . KenecKer ~onstructlon wirefunctional ~",,'1 Nutt, Mike 1 0 0 -- . Gary Burge Chris Elmlund last season. Hettedforflrstmthe .............. [ ~n~e~,~i~~ against Washin ton Junior Hiare Dan Morgan, Len Crume, _the s au~ Lumoer neaas me women ,~, , g gh nLe ;;;;eer 7; rh;: Ooer:h h::he 2~O59. I ~i~i~'~j~ on Monday. Larry Schuffenhauer and Tim HIGHCLIMBER Go-karts ma;remtranmedale~3~ wm~TclTh and The Alley Cats Buitenveld described the team Allen. Eighth graders out for the FOUR GAME AVERAGES ~Oll ~ Johnsen sprinted a 110, Burger Thurston opponent were stride " as very inexperienced and hesquad are Mike Marshall, John Player ab h ave WIll ~O r went 660 yards and Elmlund ran for stride over the finish line and expects many eighth graders to Laugen, Dave Carlson, Gary Bacon, Bill 5 3 .600 Moore, Lee Devaney, Grel~ Dorcy, Kevin 13 7 ~ 5 3 8 ~NJ ~ Ill ~-'...~i'.-',~[ Johnson, Carl Brown, Roger Makoviney, Duane 4 2 .500 !~1 .~,~_ [J J ~ Arndt and Gary Wilbur. Knight, Terry 7 2 .285 ~J ~.~,~'-~ JJ J_ ~ Seventh grade hopefuls are Densley, Jim 7 2 .285 "l~J ~ll/~j ~ J Dale Campagna, Paul Skipworth, White, Neal 11 3 .272 ~iJ[/r~',~Jll ~ J Terry Dion, Mel Morgan, DaveLong, Doug 9 2 .222 l::ll~;ll b.#'~en,VII ~ , ~ | c Cox, Dennis James and ScottJohnson, Mike 6 1 .166 |iJ[~;~~-~ Davidson. Krumpols, Ray 6 1 .166 |i[[~g (fi~/- ,~1 ['x~-~'~ BLAZER BASEBALL Johnson, Mark 8 1.125 ~i]~_~~xh~..TM SCHEDULE Herrel, Elmer 3 0 .000 ~~=!'~r.-'rT~ el, ~.~ April 12 Washington Nutt, Mike 6 0 .000 "~ ~ ~ ~'~'~3" Aprll 27 Reeves f-- ~ April 22 at Reeves Linksmen Win One, ~J~2~ . ,, jo~..-"~ ~ ~[ May 6 at Washington May 13 at Timberline Lose To Thu rston "Xuu .... uzur.~t'-"t'~ a~ .u.~.~...t'""A"~'4 May ,.~0 at North Thurston whatg" May 27 at Jefferson Shelton beat Tumwater but lost to North Thurston in a "" triangular league meet held at Tumwater Valley last Thursday. The Climbers ended up with 43 S Br~/~? points to Tumwaters 42 and North Thurston s 53. /~ Rich Walker played number We happen to one for Shelton and had a 42 with 12 points. Jerry Munro was next KNOW ~" with a 44 and ten points. Jim Kneeland played number three where you oan have //I and carded a 48 and eight points. a brand new, '~I~ ~ Charlie Gay also had eight points from a 47. Kim Hartley added NO LEAK / five pointsfroma 49. o ', Idren ginldondayApril 12at Windshield I _____ " Be Installed. ! The "Certified Girls would Don t et left out! I I. .! g' ' B " at 1;! Z Iit' |ldlll~ egm Monday Anrd 12 ! Lea PBB ~B~~,e~ , r forlike thet dinnerthank andtheirnightSpnSrout 't Sign up for Summer gues Now! ri, AT ! ---- I X m m [Water " es & McN on the town, while in I Jk,|l. ,.,.. ,, :n ronlzea nmm,ng" Fri~oY '*~ 'Ira Spokane bowling in the Washington State 3rd & Grove Tournament t his past ~ I INII ~ V IR I "WhereGuaranteedYourNotWindshieldto Leak"is weekend. _ i! 633 S 1 st 426-8452 J ~ For Further Information Phone 426-8223 or Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, April 8, 1971