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BOB QUIMBY, Shelton's number one singles player, qualified for the State meet by placing fourth at district last First In History To State: '1 Bob Quimby, senior number one tennis player for the Shelton Highclimbers, will travel to the State tennis meet in Yakima this Friday and Saturday as a result of finishing fourth at district last weekend. Bob finished fourth in the southwest district by beating Mike Albert of Columbia River, who was the second best singles player in the south district until the tournament. Quimby was a victor by 7-5, 6-8, 6-1 scores. The district meet was held at Mark Morris High School in Longview. The match that put Quimby out of the running for first place was that with Peter Colen. Colen, a sensational ninth grader from Charles Wright, dumped the Climber 6-1,6-0. It is the first time in the school's history that a tennis player has gone to the State meet. Just last week, the Highclimbers finished the winningest season in the school's history, 14-1. Shelton's doubles team that was still in the running for State after one match last week was upset later. Jim Kimmerly and Dave Kamin lost 2-6, 2-6 to a pair of brothers to finish lower than fourth. AI Hopp, the Climbers' successful two-year coach, is also coaching a special group of local players of all ages in preparation for tournament play. Hopp and his group will go to Bremerton this weekend to play in the 22nd Annual Olympic Peninsula Tennis Championships at the Bremerton Tennis Club. After that, the coach plans to enter his juniors in competition with North Central Washington juniors at Wenatchee. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Little League Results & Standings IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII MAJOR LEAGUE Won Lost Heinie's Broiler 4 0 Simpson Recreation 4 0 Moll Chevrolet 4 0 Miklethun Electric 2 2 Gott Oil 2 3 WCC 1 4 Moose Lodge 0 4 IWA 0 4 Gott Oil 6 WCC 2 Miklethun 10 IWA 5 Heinie's ! 1 Moose 5 Mell's 5 Gott Oil 3 SRA 7 WCC 1 COAST LEAGUE Won Lost A&W 4 0 Jarvis Oil 4 0 Morgan Transfer 3 1 Merv's Tirecap 2 2 Himlie Realty 1 3 Graystone 1 3 Kiwanis 0 3 Simpson Credit Union 0 3 Morgan Transfer 9 Himlie 1 A&W 14 Kiwanis 1 Jarvis 16 Merv's 4 Graystone 16 Simpson Credit 10 MINOR LEAGUE Won Lost Endicott Realty 5 0 MCFCU 4 1 Verle's 4 1 Shelton Foods 2 3 Rayonier 2 3 Mike's McCulloch 1 4 Certified 1 4 Evergreen Fuel 1 4 Certified 31, Evergreen 16 Endicott 28, Shelton Foods 20 Mike's 24, Verle's 20 MCFCU 22, Rayonier 14 MAJOR LEAGUES Won Lost Mell Chevrolet 5 0 Heinie's Broiler 5 1 Simpson Recreation 5 1 Miklethun Electric 2 3 Gott Oil 2 3 WCC 2 4 Moose Lodge 1 5 IWA 0 5 Mells 5, SRA 2 Moose 15, IWA 8 Heinies 1 2, Miklethun 6 SRA 7, Heinie's 5 WCC 9, Moose 4 COAST LEAGUE ...... : Won Lbst A&W 6 0 Jarvis Oil 5 1 Merv's Tirecap 3 3 Morgan Transfer 3 3 Himlie Realty 3 3 Graystone 2 4 Simpson Credit Union1 4 Kiwanis 0 5 A&W 1 5, Morgan's 4 Himlie 2 l, Kiwanis 4 Jarvis 18, Graystone 1 7 Simpson Credit 11, Merv's 10 Merv's 1 7, Morgan's 5 Himlie 10, Jarvis 8 Graystone 11, Kiwanis 7 A&W 1 I, Simpson Credit 8 MINOR LEAGUE (Final 1st Half Standings) Won Lost Endicott Realty 7 0 Verle's 5 2 MCFCU 5 2 Shelton Foods 3 4 Rayonier 3 4 Mike's McCulloch 3 4 Certified 1 6 Evergreen Fuel 1 6 Mike's 23, Rayonier 12 Shelton Foods 33, Evergreen 16 MCFCU 26, Certified 13 Endicott 28, Verle's 17 Rayonier 26, Evergreen 17 Mike's 17, Certified 14 Endicott 29, MCFCU 13 Verle's 20, Shelton Foods 19 Three Shelton Highclimbers will play in a feeder game for the Seattle Pl's City vs. State All Star Game to be held June 13. A doubleheader will be played at Fort Borst Park in Centralia, on May 31 at 1:30 p.m. The participants will all be seniors Insurance Spending too much on your insurance? Call 426-3317 and let Arnold & Smith Insurance Agency save you money on your * Auto * Home Owners * Boat * Mobile Home * Business * Life * Health Insurance Needs ARNOLD & SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY "htsurance is our only business. " !16 N. 2nd. 426-3317 I I from Southwest Washington's baseball program. The three Climbers, Kevin Dorcy, Mike Johnson and Jim Densley, will play on team one, which is a selected group from the Black Hills League and several small Lewis County League schools. They will be opposed by a group from the Longview and Cowlitz County area. From the doubleheader, two boys will be chosen to represent Southwest Washington in the All Star Feeder Game on June 13. Professional scouts at the game will determine the boys who will go. The ballplayers will be selected as follows: 30 per cent on season record and performance, 30 per cent on pro-game activities and 40 per cent on game performance in the doubleheader. All boys will be invited to the pre-game activities which will start at 9:00 a.m. and consist of hitting and turnouts. Admission prices for the doubleheader which will consist of two nine inning games are one dollar for adults and 50 cents for children. Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 27, 1971 THIS IS SOME of the action that took place in the Pitch Tournament that was held last weekend. Pay 'N through the losers' bracket to win the tourney. Shelton's Highclimber diamondmen won their sixth game of the season last Friday when they defeated the T-Birds in Tumwater 4-2. The Climbers scored two runs in the initial inning and two more in the third frame. Doug Long tripled in the first. Neal White collected the RBI with a fly that allowed Long to tag up and go home. Terry Knight was hit by a pitch and later scored on Mike Johnson's single. Johnson pitched the win for Shelton. The senior hurler went the entire seven innings and gave up six hits. He walked one, im Shelton's Highclimbers lost a heartbreaker in nine innings last Wednesday to Timberline in Lacey, 2-1, for another league loss. The game was still in a scoreless tie at the end of seven regulation innings. Shelton scored the first run of the contest in the top of the ninth, but the Blazers came back with two in the bottom half of the inning to spoil Shelton's hopes for a win. Terry Knight hurled from the mound for the Highclimbers. He controlled the Blazers well in the first four innings by sending down the men one-two-three. In the second, Climber centerfielder Doug Long made a sensational running.gza~ of a possible ~e run. E rliei m tlae sec6hd a Timberline player had hit a Clim End Long Season Losing their last game of the season in Hoquiam on Monday 2-1, Shelton's Highclimber diamond men ended with a 6-15 win-loss record. Shelton scored first in the initial inning but Hoquiam came up with the two runs it needed in the second frame. Kevin Dorcy singled, went to second when D0ug Long walked, stole third and scored on Neal White's sacrifice bunt. Terry Knight pitched for the losers. He gave up two hits and both Grizzly runs were unearned. They were tallied when two errors were committed in the second inning. Knight walked five and whiffed four. Shelton threatened in later innings but could not put the runs across the plate. Bill Bacon was safe on an error and went to third on Terry Knight's single. The rally died. In the next stanza, Ray Krumpols and Neal White collected back-to-back singles but again the attack stalled. The Climbers had only three men up per inning in each of the last four frames as the Grizzlies' pitcher controlled the game by fanning five and not letting anyone get past first base. BOX SCORE ab r h bi Dorcy, Kevin 3 1 1 0 Long, Doug 2 0 0 0 Krumpols, Ray 3 0 1 0 White, Neal 1 0 1 1 Johnson, Mike 3 0 0 0 Nutt, Mike 3 0 0 0 Makoviney, Duane 3 0 0 0 Bacon, Bill 3 0 0 0 Knight, Terry 3 0 1 0 WP-Stricevich, Hoquiam LP-Terry Knight, Shelton with floor prol on? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard 0il Company ef California el eague double but the Climbers threw him out. Knight gave up his next hit in the fifth inning. He was not scored upon until the ninth when the Blazers combined two hits. Shelton's highlight of the early inning's was Neal White's double in the second. White made it to third before the Climbers' rally died. Only one other Shelton man got on base until the eighth when Doug Long was safe on an error, advanced to second on an overthrow and went to third on a fielder's choice. The Climbers' lone run was tallied when Kevin Dorcy led off the ninth with a walk. He stole second before Ray Krumpols singled~t~,knock~him in. '~ ~ Timberline started the nirtth with a single and two batters later, Knight was tapped for a double that resulted in the two winning runs. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii TEEN TRIO Men's Hi Game: Clay Keith 203. Men's Hi Series: Clay Keith 529. Women's Hi Game: Cheryl Nolan 148. Women's Hi Series: Jaci Grewe 364. Standings: Zits 3484; Reefers 3478; 3 Stooges 3438; Bombers 3369; Lilliwap 3359; Timber Rats 3345; Screwballs 3053; Ball Bearings 1566. Ball Bearings 1566, Jaci Grewe 364; Reefers 1729, Mark Johnson 499; Timber Rats 1602, Kerry Miljour 396; Zits 1911, Clay Keith 529; 3 Stooges 1691, Mike Nolan 469; Screwballs 1480, Cheryl Nolan 347; Bombers 1651, Louis Zoren 307; Lilliwap 1629, Jim Hays 371. TEEN TRIO Men's Hi Game: Jim Hays 233. Men's Hi Series: Dave Hanson 500. Women's Hi Game: Cheryl Nolan 139. Women's Hi Series: Cheryl Nolan 379. Standings: Reefers 1.749, 3 Stooges 1747, TimDer. ~ats 1743, Lilliwap 1730, Bombers 1718, Zits 1573, Screwballs 1573. Bombers 1718, Jim Johnson 355; 3 Stooges 1747, Dave Hanson 500; Lilliwap 1730, Jim Hays 49/; Screwballs 1573, Cheryl Nolan 379; Timber Rats 1743, Scott Manke 413; Reefers 1749, Steve Robertson 487; Zits 1573, Clay Keitb 442. Who's Braggin ? We h ppen to where you can have bra d new, NO LEAK AT 3rd & Grove "Where Your Windshield io Guaranteed Not Leak" BOX SCORE ab rh bi Dorcy, Kevin 3 1 0 0 Krumpols, Ray 3 0 1 1 Nutt, Mike 3 0 0 0 White, Neal 3 0 1 0 Makoviney, Duane 4 0 0 0 Bacon, Bill 4 0 0 0 Long, Doug 3 0 0 0 Knight, Terry 2 0 0 0 Densley, Jim 3 0 0 0 WP-Lyon, Timberline LP-Terry Knight, Shelton 2b-Neal White 11-3 Bombed for 11 runs in the first three innings, Shelton's Highclimber horsehiders lost another league game last Tuesday in Chehalis, 11-3. Mike Johnson, the Climbers' pitcher, was touched for 11 hits and seven earned runs before Neal White relieved him starting in the fourth inning. White went the remaining three frames and gave up two hits and no runs. The host Bearcats scored one run in the first when Johnson gave up a single, a walk and another single. They tallied five more in the second after four hits, including a double, and an error. Five more hits were tagged in the third. One was a grand slam home run. Shelton's runs came in the second and fourth. Bill Bacon reached first on an error in the second, went to third on Doug Two-Ball Held Harold Allen and Betty Olson had low gross in Bayshore's two-ball last Thursday evening. Besides the golfing, the group had a social hour and potluck dinner. First low net went to Val Sienko and Kaye Ellison. Second low net was won by Bill James and Anita Kimbel. Roy Christey and Dos Todd took third low net. Doris Christey and Keith Simpson were closest to the pin on number three. The next two-ball at Bayshore will be June 12. whiffed two and gave up one earned run. After three Climbers in a row stuck out in the second, Ray Krumpols started out the third inning with a single. Long got his second hit of the day with a single to advance Krumpols. White got RBI's two and three by hitting a single and tallying both Krumpols and Long on the scoreboard. The T-Birds threatened in the last half of the game with several extra base hits. In the bottom of the third, a double and an error resulted in an unearned Tumwater run. In the sixth, a triple and a sacrifice gave the T-Birds their last run. It was the fourth league win for Shelton against eleven losses. The Climbers are 2-3 in nonleague. no Mike Johnson smashed a l_| triple in the sixth stanza but he me was thrown out at home later. In the same inning, Jim Densley hit into a fielder's choice and made it Long's single and scored when Neal White sacrificed with a bunt. In the fourth, Mike Nutt walked, stole second, went to third on an infield play and stole home. Doug Long was also walked. He stole second and White collected the RBI with a single. BOX SCORE abr h Krumpots, Ray 3 0 0 LeGault, Ace 1 0 1 Dorcy, Kevin 2 0 0 Herrel, Elmer 2 0 0 Nutt, Mike 1 1 0 Bacon, Bill 2 1 0 Redman, Robert 1 0 0 Long, Doug 1 1 1 Davidson, Pat 0 0 0 Densley, Jim 2 0 0 Shonkwiler, Ted 1 0 0 White, Neal 1 0 1 Johnson, Mark 2 0 1 Makoviney, Duane 1 0 0 Johnson, Mike 1 0 0 Knight, Terry 2 0 0 WP-Jeff Smith, Chehalis LP-Mike Johnson, Shelton to third was single. Krumpols, Long, Doug White, Neal Knight, Johnson, Johnson, Densley, Jigl Herrel. Elme Redman LP-Wes 3b-Doug Lma8, Mike johnSOth charge with Ba Shelton Kitsap m the South man also number had a 40 Walker's played points a 51 with Gay points. The sixth in with a take five held at Country 1 GALLON FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 4 GALLONS OF ANY UMITED TIME ONLY! 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. /i