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October 7, 1971

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O ennls eam oq By JERRY JOHNSEN Shelton's netters netted a victory from Hoquiam Thursday, beating the Grizzlers 3-2. Suzi Gruver, playing in the number one position lost to Pam Bitar 3-6, 3-4. Patty Barnett in the second spot beat Nancy Leaf 6-3, 6-4 and Roxie Wilson, IIInllllllllllllllllllllWIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIli Proper and safe handling of all types of boats will be taught in a free boating course to be held each Wednesday in Shelton. The lessons, devised by the United States Power Squadrons, feature expert instruction on outboard, inboard and sail boats. Subjects include safety afloat, seamanship, aids to navigation, charts and piloting, mariner's compass, government regulations, rules of the road, and small boat handling. Class time is 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. each Wednesday at Shelton High School's Angle Building, Franklin Street between Ninth and Tenth, Shelton. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIii1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 O ulam coming out of doubles play to third singles beat Shere Claywell 6-3, 6-1. Debbie Witcraft and Barb Brigham took first doubles from Peggy McPeak and Ann Quigg 6-2, 6-4. Two sophomores, Alexis Kuhr and Connie Bennett, in second doubles were defeated by Kathy Walch and Jane Jacka 6-2, 6-2. In another match, Tuesday with Elma the Shelton Netters were defeated, 3-2. Val Sparks beat Debbie Thumser 6-2, 6-2 in the first singles position. Suzi Gruver, in second singles was defeated 6-4, 7-5 by Darla Lamb and Patty Barnett battled in third singles to take her match from Debbie Myer 7-5, 10-8. Shelton's doubles teams lost both their matches against the Eagles. In one doubles Dena Stracke and Debbie Witcraft took their first set 7-5 but couldn't hang on and lost 7-5, 6-8, 4-6 to Carol Gravett and Beth Bentiell In second doubles Roxie Wilson and Connie Bennett lost to Susy Watts and Louise Rowie 5-7, 6-8. This Saturday Shelton will be sending six girls to Sub-District at Tumwater. Val Sparks and Suzi Gruver will represent Shelton in singles, Patty Barnett and Roxie Wilson will be one doubles team and Dena Stracke and Debbie Witcraft will be another. SHELTON HIGH SCHOOL'S jayvee cross country runners are off and runn~(jagainst a North Thurston team they beat. Travel Shelton's undefeated Climbers will meet Timberline in an away game this Friday. Coach Jack Stark is expecting this game to be another tough match for the Climbers. Shelton will be without end Tom Brigham this week. Brigham is recovering from a knee injury received in last week's North Thurston game. Fred Miller is also out with an injury. SHELTON QUARTERBACK Terry Knight (15) finds Thurston lineman between himself and his receiver du Highclimber-Rarns battle on Loop Field. Trium Defeat seems to be a word Shelton High School's Cross Country team has yet to learn. Still undefeated, the Climber harriers downed two more opponents over the past week. North Thurston was the first HIGHCLIMBERS Rich James (left) and Mark Lewis pound down a wooded to the end zone. By JIM KNEELAND Shelton managed to overcome fumble fever to defeat the North Thurston Rams 26-6 in its second consecutive home game played at Loop Field. Shelton's offense was slow to start, fumbling the first three times they had the ball. The first two times Shelton fumbled, it looked like North Thurston was going to get off to an early lead, but the tough Climber defense held them both times. There was no scoring in the first quarter, but in the second. quarter the Climber offense got moving. With a fourth down and eight the Climbers found themselves forced to punt. White boomed one the Ram team couldn't handle. After the scramble for the ball was over, Tracy Armstrong was found in possession of the ball on the Ram ten yard line. Trying to take advantage of the gift by the defense, quarterback Neal White took the ball a yard closer to the goal line. Tom Neth then took a crack at the Rams line but found he could only grind out a yard. On the third down play, White passed to Doug Long for the score. Shelton's second score came in the third quarter after Tracy Armstrong returned a punt fifteen yards, to set up a second fifteen yard play putting the ball on the fifteen yard line. Duane Makoviney carried the ball for no gain on the first down play. On the second down play, Don Neth fought for five yards. With third down and goal to go, the Climber's Neal White kept the ball and rambled the remaining their next series but the Rams were called for roughing the kicker. Steve Settle then broke loose and rambled forty-three yards for the touchdown. Again the extra point was no good. Mass confusion crept into the last couple of minutes as seven O oqutam The Hood Canal Junior High School football team was defeated by the ltoquiam Cubs ninth grade team last Thursday by SHS Jayvees ;r Loss Shelton's junior varsity football team suffered its second loss as it fell to Centralia 26-16. Centralia scored twenty points in the second quarter against Shelton's reserves. Shelton. scored all its points in the third quarter. Scorers for SheIton were: Steve Settle, from a one-yard run, and Ray Krumpols, who ran three yards for a T.D. On both scores, two-point PAT's were run successfully. Total yards rushing for Shelton was 242. Steve Settle was the leading rusher with 86 yards. Bob Rietz was the leading tackler with dight; Steve Settle had six tackles. Next week's game is at Olympia. five yards for the touchdown. White added the extra point to Hoop Exhibition and hardest to fall. Shelton swept make the score at the end of the all point-earning places in a third quarter fourteen to nothing. Slated Monday dramatic display of team depth. Scoring broke loose in the Mark Lewis grabbed first with Rich James not far behind. Mike Hays was third with Bill Madison coming in fourth. Paul Dwyer was the fifth-place finisher. Shelton nearly did it again in a meet held here on Tuesday against North Kitsap when they took all but one place. Mark Lewis was again first and again he was followed by teammate Rich James. Mike Hays took third just ahead of a North Kitsap runner. Bill Madison finished fifth. fourth quarter when the reserves were put in by Shelton. In the first Climber series of the quarter reserve quarterback Ray Krumpols ground out a touchdown. The series started with Don Neth charging the Ram line for a ~yard. Tracy Armstrong then carried for four on the second down play. With a third down and five, Steve Settle broke loose and rambled for fifteen yards. The next two plays gave three yards towards the first down, but with a third down and seven Bob Crume took a ten yard romp to get the first down. On the next play there was a fumble on the By JIM KNEELAND According to some of Shelton's foremost sports experts, the Shelton Cheerleaders, the sports event of the season will take place on Monday, October 11. The Redheads, an all girl basketball team, will play an exhibition game against the "Fabulous Faculty Five Plus Five" to benefit the Pep Staff. The game will be held in the High School Gym next Monday evening. Tickets are available at the Shelton High School office or at the door. penalties were called against Shelton in the last three minutes. Included in those penalties was one for too many men on the field. These penalties helped the Rams score their lone score in the last second. Steve Settle was Shelton's leading yards. 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The ttoquiam team scored several times on long runs and passes, using the fine speed of their backs and ends. The Trojan defense was effective at stopping the Cubs' running game up the middle, but they had difficulty in halting their opponent on end sweeps and numerous third down situations. Both of the Hood Canal touchdowns were scored in the second half by eighth grade halfback Jeff Pill on short line plunges. Pill and quarterback Del Miller scored the extra points after touchdown. Quarterback Miller was the Trojan's most effective ball carrier, gaining 80 yards on but six carries. Pill was the workhorse for the Trojans, lugging the ball eleven times for a total of 51 yards. Halfback Clayton Molinero gained 30 yards on 8 carries. Fullback Pat LaClair netted 31 yards on seven carries. The def end Dana Jeff Pill an( Anderson work for Trojans are next game t! Hopkins Aberdeen, first on the Canal team- Hopkins met the wrath of the exchange, however, Shelton aggressive Shelton Blazer Junior recovered for no gain. On the Call Us About High School team last Thursday next play Steve Settle went OAK PARK as they fell in defeat, fifteen for the score The extra A Planned ~ ~ - Thirty-to-nothing was the point was attempted bY Per Nolan Unit Development ~'~ ~~ /T~ F] score as the Blazers headed for but it was blocked. : 426-2646 ,d l waP "~ I J~--\ the dressing rooms on Thursday Shelton was forced to punt on HIMLIE REALTY, INC. ~ ,~ ~~, O' afternoon. Marry Settle was the leading ~_ ~,~__1~ rusher with 121 yards. Bob Davis was a close second with 120 yards. (( Bob Davis was the first to Shatte_rproo| heScre;hescored waSin thealSsecondthe second,quarter.aS Flex Ib-le "Noxt Umo b:a pa i rk d Rod Marry Settle made a Long-Lasting ~ouchdown in the third quarter, 36 while Paul James intercepted a ONLY tin. 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