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SENIOR KEVIN DORCY (left) is congratulated by jubilant team mates after he hit a home run against Chehalis Wednesday. Dorcy's run was all the Climbers could get and they lost 2-1 on Loop Field. Lose To Hoquiam 159-126 Two classes won for Shelton junior High's track team when they met Hoquiam on Loop Field last Thursday, but the C class was slaughtered and the visitors took the win, 159-126. The A class won its competition 54-50, the B class won 53-42, but the weak C class lost 67-19. it was the second loss of the year for the Blazers in two starts. In the A class, leading pointwinner Bob Davis took first in both the 180 and high jump. Steve Settle won the 100 and placed third in the long jump. Paul James won the 330 and the long jump for the Blazers. Ray Wiltman took the discus. Dave Bradley was ~.~ond in the low hurdles, second m the shot and third in the high hurdles. Ken O'Dell was second in the 880. Charlie Earl won the B class low hurdles. Marry Settle was clocked in 20.7 in the 180 to win that event. He also took second in the long jump. Paul Mortenson was the 440 victor for Shelton. Mike Baze was first of a trio that swept the high jump for Shelton. Dana Boelk threw the shot 40'7" to place first for the Blazers. Vernon Waldburger had a second in the 330 and second in the shot. Jay Zamzow and Dale Brewer tied for second in the discus. Dan Craig was second in the high jump and Randy Salisbury finished second in the !00 by a tenth of a second. In the C class, the Blazers took only two of ten firsts. Randy Bostrom, the leader Blazer ,~ointwinner in the class, took first in the pole vault and second in the 100. Larry Baze went 4'9" to take the high jump and also placed second in the 50, five hundredths of a second behind the winner. The four leading scorers in the A class are Bob Davis with 17, Steve Settle with 16, Paul James with 15 and Dave Bradley with 13. Marty Settle leads the B class with 15. He is followed by Paul Mortenson and Dana Boelk with ten points each. Randy Bostrom is first in the C class with 17 points. Behind him is Larry Baze with 12. A class results follow: HH-Wood(H), Fox(S), Bradley(S); 9.2. LH-Wood(H), Bradley(S), Fox(S); 12.7. l O0-Settle(S), Dietrick(H), Thompson(H); I 1.3. 180-Davis(S), Watkins(H), Rogers(S); 20.5. 330-James (S), Beltico(H), Wood(H); 40.9. 880-Elwell(H), O'DeU(S), Bowers(H); 2: 16.8. 440 Relay-Shelton; 50.0. PV-Dietrick(H), Lancefield(H), Fox(S); 10'6". H J-Davis(S), Wood(H), Dineen(H); 5'5". LJ-James(S), Watkins(H), Settle(S); 18'4". Shot-Gage(H), Bradley(S), Oling(S); 51'1 l". Discus-Wiltman(S), Root(ll), Oling(S); 98'11". B class events went like this: LH -Earl(S), Smith(H), Gordon(S); 13.5. 100-Eddleman(H), Salisbury(S), Auld(H); 11.8. 1 80-Settle(S), Auld(H), Smith(H); 20.7. 330-Gall(H), Waldburger(S), Stolen(S); 43.9. 440-Mortenson(S), McDonald(H), Krona(S); 58.6. 440 Relay-Shelton; 50.8. PV-Eddleman(H), Forsell(H), Bray(H); 10'0". HJ-Baze(S), Craig(S), Jones(S); 5'2". LJ-GalI(H), Settle(S), Smith(H); 17' 10". Shot-Boelk(S), Waldburger(S), Bray(H); 40'7". Discus-Walker(H), Zamzow(S) and Brewer(S) tied for second; 103'1". Here are C class results: LH-Henry(H), Laddie(H), Elsos(H); 15.4. 50-Warbigton(H), Baze(S), Sorter(H); 7.2. 100-Martin(H), Bostrom(S), Lamb(H); 13.5. 180-Lamb(H), Collins(H), LaClair(S); 25.5. 330-King(H), tteadman(H), Dwyer(S); 47.2. 440 Relay-Hoquiam; 59.6. PV-Bostrom(S), Hedman(H), Sorter(H); 8'6". HJ-Baze(S), Thompson(H), ttedman(H); 4'9". L J-Henry(H), Elsos(H), Beckwith(S); 15'". Shot-Collins(H), Clark(H), Stewart(H); 26' 1". HOODSPORT MARINA New Elevator launching New Owners -- Win & Gin Oahlquist 877-5800 Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday. April 22, 1971 orcy s lamon one Kevin Dorcy's home run to lead off the first inning was the only run that Shelton's Highclimbers could manage when they were defeated by Chehalis 2-1 on Loop Field last Wednesday. Mike Johnson, the Highclimbers' pitcher, did not give up a run until the top of the seventh inning when he was touched for three singles and a team mate made an error. Shelton held the slim 1-0 lead for six frames before Chehalis succeeded in a last chance effort. He gave up one earned run in the contest. Dorcy was the first batter for By CHARLES GAY Shelton's Highclimbers established themselves as the prime track power in the Black Hills League when they demolished Olympia 82-54 last Friday in the Capital City. It was a cold and wet day, but the Climbers still had some good times and distances. Shelton won 11 of 16 events and took eight more seconds to win their fourth meet of the season without a loss. Senior sprinter Paul Rogerson won the 100 in 10.6, ran a le_g of the winmng 880 relay, and placed second in the 220. The man who won the 220 was senior Chris Elmlund, who finished behind Rogerson in the 100 and ran a leg of the 880 relay. There were some close events. Tom Brigham, a junior, lost the shot put by one inch. He took second in the shot and first in the discus. Mike Hays lost the mile at the tape. He ran a 4:51.6 to lose by a tenth of a second. Rocky Nutt came out on top of the 180 yard low hurdle field by lunging in front of Olympia's Divers at the finish. Nutt also took second in the high jump. The senior has qualified, for three events in Shelton's Invitational. George Lemagie, another senior, churned a 53.3 in the 440 and also ran a quarter mile leg of the winning mile relay. Shelton swept the pole vault with sophomore George Miller taking first, sophomore Mark Lewis second and junior Dean Medcalf third. Rob Settle, junior, went 6'0" Randy Endicott, third in the triple jump. Events went as follows: HH-McCann(O), Settle(S), Divers(O); 15.5. 100-Rogerson(S), Elmlund(S), Gregory(O); 10.6. Mile-Cope(O), Hays(S), Nyborg(O); 4:51.5. 880 Relay-Shelton, Elmlund, Johnsen, Rogerson, Armstrong; 1:37.3. 440-Lemagie(S), Ames(O), Ellis (O); 53.3. PV-MilIer(S), Lewis(S), Medcalf(S); 11'0". Shot-Hays(O), Brigham(S), Nunez(O); 47'10". LH-Nutt(S), Divers(O), Hays(O); 21.4. 880-Burger(S), Brooks(O), Grubb(S); 2:05.7. 220-Elmlund(S), Rogerson(S), Burcham(O); 23.8. LJ-J ohnsen(S), Yonker(O) and Brooks(O) tied for second; 18'9". 2 Mile-Anderson(O), James(S), Yonker(O); 10:18.5. H J-Settle(S), Nutt(S), Schultz(O); 6'0". Mile Relay-Shelton, Gardner, Armstrong, Brigham and Lemagie; 3:38. Discus-Brigham(S), Murphy(O), Smith(O); 131'5". T J-Gregory(O), Yonker(O), Endicott(S); 42'5". Coach Bill Brickert's troops are now 4-0 for the season. The Climbers have downed North Thurston, Aberdeen, Centralia and Olympia. to easily win the high jump. He r/a"vee set the school record of 6'6" a week ago. Settle also ran a personal lifetime best of 16.0 in the 120 yard high hurdles to finish second. Gary Burger won the 880 for Shelton in 2:05.7. The senior has yet to be pushed in a race this year. With a best time of 2:05 this season, Burger is undefeated in the 880. He ran in the,Invitational last year. Junior Jim Johnsen won the long jump with a leap of 18'9". It was the first time this season that the Climbers have won the long jump. The distance was about a foot less than Johnsen's best. He also ran in the winning 880 relay. Other placers for Shelton were junior Rich James, second in the two mile, senior Mark Grubb, third in the 880, and junior Golfers 29-28 Shelton's jayvees had the two highest scorers in their match with Montesano on Tuesday, but they lost by one point, 29-28. Montesano had three men with five points each and two with seven.. Shelton's Charlie Gay shot a 46 with nine points and Kim Hartley added eight points from a 46. Joe Colo carded a 49 and five points, Drew Eken had four points and a 53 and Leon Bibbee got two points from a 62. The match on Bayshore pitted shelton's jayvees against Montesano's regulars. ,rnie's ROFFLER STYLIST SCULPTER-KUT MEN's HAIR STYLING REGULAR HAIRCUTS * RAZOR STYLI Bernie Bailey * SHAMPOOING NGFoR APPOINTMENT CALL * SCISSOR CONTOURING426-2072 16'8 OLYMPIC HWY', S. SHELTON, WASH. Shelton in the bottom of the first. His well-tagged ball rolled on Loop Field's dirt long enough for him to race around the bags. Duane Makoviney singled in the second inning but three other Climbers struck out to snuff any rally. In the fourth, Neal White singled for the last Shelton hit. He was put out at second on a fielder's choice and again the scoring attempts failed. Ray Krumpols walked to start off the fifth. He was followed by Mike Johnson who made it to past first on an error. With Krumpols on third and Johnson on second, Johnson ran to third. Krumpols was forced to run home and Chehalis found themselves in a chasedown. It lasted an unusual amount of time. Chehalis could not tag Johnson between second and third because Krumpols could go home. After half a dozen throws, the Bearcats' pitcher tagged Krumpols and Johnson was safe on third. After Chehalis took the lead in the seventh with its two runs, Shelton threatened again in the last frame. Duane Makoviney walked and his pinch runner, Jim Densley, reached third on a sacrifice by Elmer Herrel before the last Climber batter struck out. BOX SCORE ab r h rbi Dorcy, Kevin 3 1 1 1 Knight, Terry 3 0 0 0 Bacon, Bill 3 0 0 0 White, Neal 3 0 1 0 Nutt, Mike 3 0 0 0 Makoviney, Duane 2 0 1 0 Densley, Jim Pinch runner Herrel, Elmer 1 0 0 0 Krumpols, Ray 0 0 0 0 Johnson, Mike I 0 0 0 Johnson, Mark 1 0 0 0 Redman, Robert 1 0 0 0 Long, Doug 1 0 0 0 HR-Dorcy, Shelton W-Jeff Smith(C), L-Mike Johnson(S). Top Score Junior Rich Walker was medalist in a triangular meet between Shelton's Highclimbers, Timberline and Chehalis. Walker shot a 36 and had 18 points on his home Bayshore course as ' Shelton won both matches. The Climbers totalled 57 points to 55 by Chehalis and 34 by Timberline. They were the second and third wins against seven losses for Shelton. The 57 point total was their highest of the year. Walker played the number one position for Shelton. Tim Fredson and Randy Coots both had 43's and 11 points for the Climbers. Jerry Munro added ten points from a 44 and Jim Kneeland carded a 48 and seven points. LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Buslc Box 205 Cota 426-4302 MIKE NUTT CAME out of his early season blazing fashion Monday when he collected a triple and home run to lead his Highclimbers 8-5. Here he is shown sliding into home Mike Nutt had a most unusual game at the plate against Timberline Monday on Loop Field. Nutt "hit the circuit" and was a perfect four of four at the plate. He drove in the winning runs in the bottom of the seventh with a homer as Shelton won 8-5. NULL, who had but one hit in seven previous games, smashed the ball over the outfielders' heads twice. He creamed a triple to right field in the second inning, singled in the fourth, whacked a double to right center in the fifth and ripped his homer to center field in the seventh. He scored twice and collected five of eight Climber RBI's in his day's work. It was only the second win of the season for the Highclimber diamondmen. After winning their openeL the Climbers lost six straight games. Kevin Dorcy pitched all seven innings and took the win. Timberline scored first in the second frame when they had two runs on the scoreboard. In the bottom of the second, Nutt started things off with his triple. The ball bounced off a board in right field or it may have gone farther. Neal White singled to score Nutt. White stole second but was thrown out at third. It was 2-1 in the visitors' favor after the second inning. Elmer Herrel began the third with a single between third and short. Ray Krumpols sent Herrel to second with another single. Kevin Dorcy sacrificed Herrel to third and Krumpols to second. Duane Makoviney came up with a timely single to score two runs and Shelton grabbed the lead, 3-2. Nutt hit a hard single down to first base in the fourth inning. He went to third later when Neal White reached first on an error, but no runs were tallied. Bacon started the fifth stanza with a triple into center field. Makoviney walked and with two men on, Nutt doubled, allowing Shelton to score two more runs. The Climbers led, 5-2. Timberline Here's your answer to safety service and better car performance. This new NAPA booklet, "CAR REPAIRS-Facts You Should Know" shows and tells how your car's six basic systems work.., what needs repair-and why.., and how your repairman can help I you keep your car in safe, tiptop shape. Ask for your copy at service/repair shops with the NAPA sign, 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 came back with sixth, and a stopped by Dorcy rally in the seventh. His by an infield Nutt came up to and hit the horn contest. 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