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April 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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NUMBER TWO MAN Jeff Okano practices a forehand in turnout. The Highclimbers netters boast three undefeated players and the team is unbeaten in seven matches. JIM ROBINSON, who plays number three singles, has had a knack of going three sets to defeat his opponents this season. Robinson is one of three unbeaten tennis players for Shelton. Shelton's varsity tennis team showed its power once again this week when it ran its unbeaten Streak to seven by dominating North Kitsap "5-0. Three High(limber netmen also remained undefeated. Bob Quimby, senior number one player, defeated Steve Walk r must have to keep your car ~/ safe and a pleasure to drive, Covers the six car systems where most problems de- Yelop,+, tells you what needs repair-and why. Ask for your copy at qualified service/ repair shops with this NAPA sign, They're the professionals with the dllRIIAk know-how and NAPA guaran- ~lllMrtllF teed parts to keep your car in safe, tiptop condition, Presented as a public service by: + LES FIELDS AUTO PARTS, INC. 229 S. I st St. 426-3351 / Shelton, Wa. 98584 Glenn Stewart Vernon Stewart Hi Rob Settle smashed the Shelton High School high jump record Tuesday when he leaped six feet, six inches in the Climbers' meet with Centralia. The host Highclimbers clobbered the Tigers 95-41 on Loop Field to gain their third victory of the season without a defeat. Settle's record jump broke the old mark of 6'2" by some three and a half inches. He had tied the old record once this year at the Longview Relays. His flop style jumping enabled him to break Jerry Westlund's six year old record. Besides winning the high jump, Settle also turned in his best performance ever in the high hurdles. He was clocked in 16.1 Shelton High School's jayvee track team destroyed two opponents last week by scoring 114 points to Rainier,s 41 and Oakville's 15 in a triangular meet. The Highclimbers won 11 of 16 events and had two double winners. Dean Medcalf won the pole vault and discus. Randy Endicott took both the triple jump and high hurdles. Both are juniors. Other winners for Shelton were Brad 0ling in the shot, Jay Him lie in the 440, Steve Rose in the low hurdles, Jimmy Johnsen in the 220, and Steve Baze in the high jump. The Climbers won both relays. Shelton has another jayvee meet this Saturday on Loop Field. Competition with the North Mason Bulldogs will start at 11:00 a.m. The results of the last meet follow: HH-Endicott(S), Yates(S), Grinnell(S), Wendler(R); 18.3. 100-Byrd(R), Noreen(S), Johnsen(S), Hartley(0); 11.1. Mile-Prince (R). Madison(S), VFW won the Bantam League bowling championship by defeating the Journal by 55 pins last Saturday at the Timber Bowl. The Bantams also had their singles tournament, with awards, trophies and a party afterwards. Friday, the three teams that tied for the second half lead, VFW, the Journal and Cook's Plant Farm, bowled off. Cook's ended up in third place and since the Journal won the first half, the championship would be between the Journal and VFW. In the singles tourney, Gall I irn to beat team mate Rocky Nutt. Nutt had his best time ever, a 16.3. Nutt, who has qualified for the Shelton Invitational in three events, also took second in the high jump behind Settle and won the 180 low hurdles. Centralia's Tobey Robillard won four events for his team to gather 20 of its 41 points, Robillard won the long jump, shot put, discus and triple jump. He beat two Climbers who had their best distances ever. Jimmy Johnsen finished second to Robillard in the long jump despite his jump of 1 9'8Vz". Tom Brigham was second behind Robillard in both the discus and shot put. Brigham tossed the discuss 143'11/2'' for his lifetime Holman(O), Stevens(S); 4: 58.7. 880-Prince(R), Frank(S), Hartley(O), Taylor(O); 2:13.5. 880 Relay-Shelton, Boggs, Lewis, Endicott, Noreen; 1:45.0. Shot-Oling(S), Gray(S), Edminster(R), Oergel(R); 43' 10". 440-Himlie(S), Zeller(S), Hanna(R), Lehman(O); 58.8. LJ-B yrd(R), Noreen(S), Yates(S), Kimball(O); 18'0". LH-Rose(S), Byrd(R), Yates(S), Berne(R); 23.3. 220-Johnsen(S), Boggs(S), Keith(S), Kimball(O); 24.8. TJ-Endicott(S), Lewis(S), Endicott(S), Barna(R); 36'8". HJ-Baze(S), H u ber(S), Miller(S), Johns(S); 5'7". 2 Mile-Holman(O), Dwyer(S), Hanna(R), Lehman(O); 11:18.9. PV-Medcalf(S), Miller(S), Lewis(S), Edminster(R); 11'3". Discu s-Medcalf(S), Gray(S), Oergel(R), Edminster(R); 102'5". Mile Relay-Shelton, Zeller, Endicott, Noreen and Himlie; 4:06.2. Patton and Traci Hanson. l he Bantam bowlers wish to thank Mac and Ev for the party and Donna Coleman, Mary Lou Wicken and Millie Nelson for helping every Saturday. Thanks also go to Debbie Coleman for serving as secretary of the league. Net Sq best. Three other Highclimbers turned their best times in the meet. Chris Elmlund won the 220 in 23.5 and Paul Rogerson was second in that race in 23.7. Steve "Rose finished third in the low hurdles with a 23.0 clocking. Single winners for Shelton were Rogerson in the 100, Mike Hays in the mile, Don Gardner in the 440, Nutt in the low hurdles, Gary Burger in the 880, Elmlund in the 220, Rich James in the two mile and Tracy Armstrong in the pole vault. Here are the results of individual events: HH-Settle(S), Hurt(S), Kent(C); 16.1. 1 00-Rogerson(S), Morris(CL Elmlund(S); 10.6. Mile-Hays(S), Garre tt(C), Wolden(C); 4:51.9. 880 Relay-Shelton, Elmlund, Boggs, Rogerson and Armstrong; 1:38.0. 440-Gardner(S), Lemagie(S), tfasu(C); 55.6. LJ-Robillard(C), Johnsen(S), Baxter(C); 20'1 ". Shot-Robillard(C), Brigham(S), Oling(S); 56'2]~''. LH-Nutt(S), Kent(C), Rose(S); 21.6. 880-Burger(S), Gru bb(S), Garrett(C); 2:06.5. 220-Elmlund(S), Rogerson(S), Morris(C); 23.5. PV-Armstrong(S), Lewis (S), Miller(S); 11'0". 2 Mile-James(S), Craig((?), Dwyer(S); 10:38.6. Mile Relay-Shelton, Himlie, Gardner, Armstrong and Lemagie; 3:42.3. TJ-Robillard(C), N utt(S), Baxter(C); 40'6~5". Discus-Robillard(C), Brigham(S), Watson(C); 147'3"'. HJ-Settle(S), Nutt(S), Hasu(C); 6'6". The Climbers, now 3-0 in league competition, will try to lengthen their winning streak when they visit Olympia Friday. ROB SETTLE FLEW over the bar set at 6'6" meet with Centralia to smash the school jump. Settle, a junior, also won the high hurdles best time of 16.1. ' Fuller was first in the girls' I~ division with a 294 total. Debbie Shelton High School tennis Frost (292) was second and Kim / coach A1 Hopp has announced the i I Patton (275)was third. Chris formation of a special group of I Hanson won the boys' divisiontennis players that will practice to with 328 pins. Blain Burgess and play in tournaments. Stan Goodburn tied for second SENIOR ROCKY NUTT, who has qualified 1 6 Hopp said this group of all by identica -1 scores. Junior with 316 each. in the Shelton Invitational, won the low ht Jeff Okano played number two High game for the, girls for the ages, from elementary to high two seconds as his Highclimbers destroyed C, singles and beat Doug Nausid 6-4, year was Gall Fuller s 164. The school, will start training and 6-3. Jim Robinson went threeboys' high game was Tracy conditioning this week. Players Loop Field. sets fr the fifth time this seasn Ridut's 192' Gall Fuller had the have t be invited t take part in B I immm~ to down Gordon Dalby 4-6, 6-4, girls high series, a 307. Randy this program, and the cost will be lazer Thine ads II In extra singles matches, Jim for the boys high series at 304. program is in addition to and In Action T oy Kimmerly beat Jim Settle 6-0, Gall Fuller had a 113 average to separate from the city's summer Shelton Junior High s Blazer i __'-, tennis program, which is free. The track team had a bye this week I SIIII 6-3; Jerry Johnsen outvolleyed lead the girls and Randy Claussen city's program will be offered to but will resume action this | 71 Bob Bale 6-2, 3-6, 6-1; and Tom had the boys' best average, a 121. youngsters of all ages without Thursday when they host I YourS! Evander lo~t to Ken Donleycott Terry Claussen was the most charge. 0-6, 2-6. Hoquiam on Loop Field. FieldI C. C- cOl"I Quimby and Okano teamed improved boy, going from 87 to Hopp will coach this group of events start at 3:00 p.m. and races I -C'a"n 5GiVe 106. Tammy Young improved herh a n d p i c k e d n e t t e r s f o r up in first doubles to beat Walker average from 51 to 69 to cop the begin at 3:30 p.m. I He's In Slll and Nausid 6-1, 6-21 Kimmerlymost improved girl award. Tlaose tournament competition. Players The Blazers were dumped will compete in tournaments 169-116 in their first meet by I Standard Oil, and Johnsen beat Dalby and with perfect attendance were around the state and in Oregon. Settle 6-2, 6-1 in second doubles. Cheri Orr, Steve Helen and Patti Miller for their first dual meet loss I ........ a! I Bob Quimby, Jim Robinson Pleines. For more information, players should contact A1 Hopp. and Jim Kimmerly are the Members of the first place myears. Lmmm~ Climbers' undefeated men. VFW Auxiliary team are Sue f,.,. .,,.. .,,,.. .... .,,,.. .,,.,. .,D..,,,.. .,~.. ..... ..... .~..,,~ Shelton is now 7-0 including 1-0 Wood, Gary Orr, Tammy Young Jockie Anderson ;1 YOUNG DRIVRE in Black ttills League play. The and Ivan Dishon. The Journal's Climbers will get back into league second place team was made up ~cores Big Win competition this Friday on their of Patti Pleines, Scott O'Dell, Jackie Anderson won the home courts when they host Tony Benedict and Julie Frost. point competition with an I r Centralia. On Tuesday, they will Cook's bowlers are" Mike Cook, amazing 43 points when the SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER in the two mile, Rich James is WhyPay More For Co InsUA travel to Lacey to take on North Steve Cook, Leslie Cook and Gall Bayshore Women's Golf Club met seen here durinq_ _practice" He won that event Monday when t (Liability and Property damage) Thurston's Rams. Fuller.women of Moose were given laStwas TuesdaY.the winnerMarinin nineHembrffhole 5helton beat Centralia. ii New Low Rates for under age 5 lf the "cellar dweller' award for last competition. MALE drivers with Clean Driving F place. 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