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GARY BURGER, who qualified for the Invitational this week in the 880, hits the tape here to win against Chehalis. His 2:02.1 clocking against Timberline on Tuesday put him in the Invitational for the second year in a row. O By CHARLES GAY Shelton's Highclimber thinclads scored their biggest win of the season last Friday on Loop Field over the Chehalis Bearcats, 107-38. The slaughter gave the Climbers their fifth league dual meet win without a loss. Besides taking 14 of 17 firsts, Shelton also took ten second and seven thirds. The Climbers swept the pole vault, and even though Rob Settle and Rocky Nutt did not high jump, Shelton swept that event. Settle, who has gone 6'6", and Nutt, who has cleared 6'0", are the Climbers' two leading high jumpers. Settle won the only event that he entered, the 120 yard high hurdles. Nutt won his only event, the low hurdles. The two were not entered in more events because they were to compete in the South Kitsap Invitational the next day. Tom Brigham, a junior, was Shelton's only double winner. He won the shot and discus. Brigham also ran a leg of the winning mile relay. Senior Chris Elmlund won the 220 and ran on two victorious relay teams. Paul Rogerson, another senior, won the 100 in 10.9 and ran in the winning 880 relay. The mile relay saw two teams from Shelton place in front of Chehalis, although only one team counted in the scoring. George Lemagie won the 440 and then anchored the mile relay team. Gary Burger was not pressed in his 880 yard run and he was far ahead of the field in 2:05.7. Burger was in the Invitational last year, but has had little competition this season to At Port Orchard Three Highclimber trackmen competed in the South Kitsap Invitational last Saturday. George Lemagie set a school record, Rob Settle placed second and Rocky Nutt performed commendably. Lemagie ran a 5 ! .0 in the 440 to set the new school mark. He won his heat but tied for fourth in the meet Setttc went 6'0" in the high jump to place second. It was a cold day for jumping. Settle has gone 6'6". Rocky Nutt ran the low hurdles in a fine time of 21.4, but hnished in the middle of his heat and did not qualify for the finals. ttc als,~ wenl 5'8" in the high jump but did not place. Several records should fall at the Eleventh Annual Shelton Invitational to be held this Saturday, May 1 on Loop Field. Many outstanding contestants with record-breaking qualifying times will compete. Two races that may be runaways are the hurdle races. Jerry Balur of Renton is ranked nationally in the low hurdles in 19.0. His closest competition may come from Lincoln's Bob Hall who is more than a second behind at 20.3. Shelton's Rocky Nutt will enter the low hurdles. He has a best of 21.2. Balur also has the best high hurdle time of 14.3. Mark Seaburg of Clover Park (14.7), Federal Way's Rick Judd (14.9) and Chris Hallmon of Washington (14.9) will be Balur's competition in the high hurdles. Both of Balur's marks are under the record times of the Invitational. Shelton also has two men in the high hurdles. Rocky Nutt and Rob Settle have qualified. Dana LeDuc of Washington has thrown the shot 61'". He stands as the man to beat in that event. His distance is almost a foot better than the Invitational record. Mark Smith, the state champion in the discus, will try to break the record in the discus. His 179'2" mark is about 12 feet over the present record. Smith is from Curtis. LeDuc also throws the discus over 167 feet and should give Smith some competition. In the high jump, the home town Climbers will be pulling for their junior entry, Rob Settle, who has gone 6'6". He is topped only by Joel Braggs of Lincoln who has gone 6'6". Braggs and Settle have the two best heights in the state. Lee Braach of Mount Rainier could also figure in the placing. He has a 6'5" jump to his credit. Still another entry who went 6'4" recently is Mike VanTongeren of Mark Morris. In the 100, three runners have top times that would tie the 10.0 record. Rolan Richmond of Port Angeles, Pat Clifton of Lincoln and Eric Iverson of Clover Park have qualified with 10.0 times. Richmond and Brian Siadak of Rogers have the best 220 times. Richmond is the leader with a 22.2 clocking and Siadak has a 22.6 to his credit. Another Shelton Highclimber entry is in the 440. George Lemagie has the second fastest qualifying time in the meet, a 51.0. The leader is over a second faster. He is Iverson of Clover Park with a 49.7 second time. Kevin Skittlethorpe of Clover Park can also motor. He has qualified in 51.2. Steve Phillips of Port Angeles looks like one of the leaders in the 880. He has run a 1:57.6 half mile. Dan Anderson of Renton (1:58.2) and Jim Brewster of Rogers (1:58.6) should also place near the top. Gary Burger is Shelton's entry in the 880. Dave Richard, a product of Mt. Tahoma, is'the pacesetter in the mile by four seconds. He has a top time of 4:25.2. Bob Skar and Willie Brown, both of Clover Park, have run 4:29.3 and 4:29.6 respectively. With a clocking more than six seconds better than his nearest rival, Leon Bombardier of Lincoln looks like the man to beat in the two mile. He has jogged the distance in 9:43. His biggest rival may be Jim Cendijas of Rogers who has *qualiffi d in 9!49.3. ' : , " pt~sh him. As a result, he has not broken 2:05. Sophomore Norb Huber went 5'8" to win the high jump. Dave Knauf, a first year senior, took the javelin throw with a toss of 151 '2". George Miller went 11 '6" in the pole vault to win. Junior Randy Endicott won the triple jump, going 39 feet even, and was second in the high hurdles. Other second place finishers for Shelton were Mike Hays in the mile, Tom Noreen in the long jump, highjumper Steve daze, Don Gardner in the 440, Chu'ck Hamstreet in the javelin, polevaulter Mark Lewis, Brad Oling in the shot, Rick Endicott in the triple jump and two miler Rich James. The Climbers' next meet is at home against Hoquiam this Friday. Saturday, Rob Settle, Rocky Nutt, George Lemagie and the mile relay team will compete in the Shelton Invitational. Settle and Lemagie are the school record holders in the high jump and 440 respectively, and Nutt has qualified for three events. After the Invitational there is only one more league meet before subdistrict competition in Olympia. * Results of the Chehalis meet follow: HH-Settle(S), Endicott(S), Johnson(C); 16.8. 100-Rogerson(S), Garrett(C), Noreen(S); I0.9. Mile-Cru mrine(C), Hays(S), Amos(C); 4:49.0. LJ-Hokanson(C), Noreen(S), Knauf(S); 18'1 I" 880 Relay-Shelton, Elmlund, Boggs, Rogerson, Armstrong; 1:38.1. HJ-Huber(S), B aze(S), Miller(S); 5'8". 4 40-Lemagie(S), Gardner(S), Wade(C); 53.6. Javelin-Knauf(S), Ha mstreet(S), Staduhar(C); 151'2". PV-Miller(S), Lewis(S), Armstrong(S); 11'6". LH-Nutt(S), Johnson(C), Rose(S); 22.2. Shot-Brigkam(S), Piing(S), Staduhar(C); 45' 10". 880-Burger(S), Garrett(C), Grubb(S); 2:05.7. 220-Elmlund(S), Davis(C), Noreen(S); 23.9. T J-Endicott(S), Endicott(S), Kautz(C); 39'0". 2 Mile-Crumrine(C), James(S), Amos(C); 10:18.3. Mile Relay-Shelton, Brigham, Johnson, Elmlund, Lemagie; 3:43.0. 1) i sc us-Brigham(S), Staduh;ir(C), DavistC); 129'5". Clover Park returns to the Invitational with the fastest mile relay team again. It should be a quick race. Clover Park (3:28.3), Renton (3:30.1) and Rogers (3:31.7) will compete for top honors. Shelton's team of Chris Elmlund, Paul Rogerson, Tracy Armstrong and George Lemagie will compete with the other jets in this race. Lincoln leads the 880 relay entries with a 1:32.3. Federal Way is next with a, 1:34.0. The 1:31.9 record could be pressed. The crowd-pleasing pole vault should not fail this year, with three vaulters entered that can go 14 feet. Mike Hilderbrand of Lincoln has cleared 14'2". Gone Swore of Aberdeen and Larry Nolan of Lincoln have both gone 14'0". A real battle is promised in the long jump. Lloyd Brown of Lincoln has surpassed the record in qualifying. A teammate, Sam Washington, will push Brown. Brown has leaped 22'11" and Washington has done 22'8". Devin Brown of North Thurston, who placed third in the nationals of the jaycee junior champ program last summer, has also gone 22'8". Two others have gone over 22 feet. Brian Siadak of Rogers (22'4") and Pat Gordon (22'0") could give the favorites trouble. Jeff Hill of Washington is a foot and ten inches over a very recent Invitational triple jump record in qualifying. Brown of Lincoln has also gone over the record, registering a 44'7" during the season. Brown of North Thurston has the exact qualifying leap as Lincoln's Brown. It adds up to the fact that seven of the present Invitational records have been surpassed by qualifiers and two others have been tied. Prelims in the hurdles, sprints, 880 relay, triple jump and long jump will begin at 2 p.m. and finals will start at 7 p.m. The Invitational provides a source of income for the Shelton Coaches' Association scholarship fund. It also brings together top flight athletes and prepares them for upcoming subdistrict co'mpetition. Blazer Horsehiders Win First League Game 5- Beating Reeves of Olympia Tuesday on Loop Field, Shelton's Junior High Blazer diamondmen won their league opener. Their first three games, which were warmups, saw the Blazers win two. Jack Frost pitched a two hitter against Reeves for the win. Head Coach of the Blazers, Harlen Buitenveld, said that Frost pitched an outstanding game. He let only one man to base up to the seventh inning. Greg Johnson singled in the first Blazer run in the bottom of the second. Moments later, Dan Morgan scored on Larry Schuffenhauer's single to left field. In past games, the' Blazers 10st to Jefferson 9-8 and beat Reeves 5-3, both warmups. In the Reeves victory, Larry Wood pitched. He gave up six hits, walked two and whiffed I1. Two of the six hits were home runs. Dan Morgan went three for five from the plate in that game. The big blow for the Blazers was in the top of the seventh when Roger Arndt hit a two run homer to put Shelton ahead 4-3. Cole, Kimbel Win Bingo, Bango, Bongo was the name of the game played at the meeting of the Bayshore Women's Golf Club Tuesday, as Martha Cole and Nita Kimbel tied for top honors. Last Tuesday, the competition was hidden partners. Beverly Edson and Doris Christey won with a combined net of 155. Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, April 29, 1971 II ROCKY NUTT, shown here winning the low hurdles against Chehalis, has qualified in four events for the wil not compete in all four, however. Record well as Invitational Shelton's as they Timberline Tuesday for without a losS. Senior for his running the clocking, time. He was pack in his race. Another who had triple jump, jump, als0 hurdles by ru second place Rob holder in the won that high new junior won the first m SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER Rob Settle has the second best height of all qualifiers for the Invitational this Saturday. Shown here gliding over a lower height in practice, Settle has gone 6'6". Tracy in the pole best. Rich taking firsts in two mile. Tor~ shot 50"A" to second in tla~ juniors. George in 24.1. The compete in tlae to another Gardner in 55.0. record compete in second meet. Rogerson after his Rogerson through th~ The relays. They events and seconds.- Hoquiam is Field. Shelton hitters went wild Monday when the Highclimbers met Tumwater on Loop Field and when the league game was over, Shelton had 12 hits, 13 walks and 16 runs to win 16-1. An inning-by-inning account of the game would be most suitable. The Climbers scored at least one run in five of the six frames. Sophomore Doug Long led off the first inning with a single. He was immediately sent home by Kevin Dorcy who.ripped a home run. Although Duane Makoviney walked and Mike Nuti singled, no more Shelton runs came in. The second inning was the only one in which the Climbers could not get, a rally going. The hosts went down one-two-three but were still in command, 2-0. Dorcy started the bottom of the third inning with a single to continue on his way to a perfect three for three day at the plate. He stole two bases and was squeeze-bunted home by Mike Nutt. Makoviney had walked again in the meantime and scored on Ray Krumpols' single. Leading 4-0, the Climbers were yet tohave their biggest inning. Shelton in 11 games. The Tumwater tallied one run on Climbers' next game is at two Climber errors in the top of Aberdeen on Monday and they the fourth. Shelton came back in play North Thurston on Loop the bottom of the fourth like it Field on Wednesday. wanted to make up for the 'mistakes. Ten runs .were scored. BOX SCORE Mike Johnson walked with ab r h rbi one out and Doug Long doubled Long, Doug 2 3 2 2 him home. Dorcy collected his Bourgault, Mike 0 1 0 0 third hit to,score Long. JimDorcy, Kevin 3 3 3 4 Densley then smashed a home run Knight, Terry 1 0 1 2 to tally two more runs. After Hoosier, Steve 0 0 0 0 Mark Johnson singled, the Bacon, Bill 2 0 0 0 Tumwater hurler walked five LeGault, Ace 1 0 0 0 straight batters, handing Shelton Densley, Jim 1 1 1 2 three more runs on a silver Makoviney, Duane0 1 0 0 platter. Johnson, Mark 2 1 1 0 Terry Knight singled to score Shonkwiler, Ted 1 0 1 1 the last runs of the inning. In the Nutt, Mike 3 0 2 1 fifth, Robert Redman reached Redman, Robert 0 1 0 0 first on a walk and was advanced Krumpols, Ray 2 1 1 1 to home by an error and a fly out. Johnson, Mark 1 0 0 0 The sixth saw Mike BourgaultWhite, Neal 2 1 0 0 walk, Steve Hoosier sacrifice him Krise, Charlie 0 0 0 0 to second and Ted ShonkwilerHerrel, Elmer 2 1 0 1 single to score Bourgault. Davidson, Pat 0 0 0 1 Mike Johnson, the winningJohnson, Mike 1 2 0 1 pitcher for the Climbers, gave up Vercher, Sonny. 1 0 0 0 five singles and an unearned run. WP-Mike Johnson, Shelton He walked one batter and whiffed HR-Kevin Dorcy, Shelton nine. HR-Jim Densley, Shelton The win was the third for2b-Doug Long, Shelton HH-Se: Ra Rogerson(S) Elmlund(S); LH-NU Densley(T); : 880-BUJ M 2 Dwyer(S); Hanks(T); 1-' Shot-B Oling(S); 5 'Nutt(S); 6'0 Tj-Ra4 Endicott(S); Miller(S) third; 440-t Zeller(S); Mile Zeller, 3:42.9. 880 Rogers' Le Jave Knauf(S),