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HIGHCLIMBER Quarterback Terry Knight scrambles for yardage on a keeper against Elma during Friday night's game on Loop Field. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Shelton's Highclimbers posted victory number six last Friday night as they stomped the Elma Eagles 40-6 in a game played on Loop Field. The Climbers started their scoring drive as soon as Tracy Armstrong got his hands on the kick off. Armstrong returned the kick-off twenty yards to give the Climbers a start with fair field position. Quarterback Neal White elected to stay on the ground this series. On the first down play, White gave the handoff to Rob Settle who carried the ball for a five yard gain. Don Neth got five yards on the next play giving the Climbers their first down. Rob Settle carried again on the first down play, this time for a six yard gain. Tracy Armstrong carried on the second down play for four yards and a first down. Don Neth got the ball on the next first down play for five yards. Rob Settle put the ball four yards closer to the goal line. With the first third down play of the game, Don Neth rambled for five yards and a first down. White kept the ball on the first down and scrambled for nine and a half yards to leave the ball near the sixteen yard line. Steve Settle then carried the ball for three yards and another Climber first down. Tracy Armstrong gained five yards for the Climbers, leaving the ball on the eight yard line. Don Neth came back on the next play with another five yard gain to give the Climbers a first and goal to go on the three yard line. Tracy Armstrong took it over from the three to give the Climbers a six-to-nothing lead after the P.A.T. was missed. Elma was unable to move the ball enough for a first down on their first series so they were forced to punt. The Climbers were unable to move the ball even after Armstrong returned the punt for twenty-seven yards and they were forced to punt. The Elma drive was intercepted shortly after the drive started. Tracy Armstrong made Elma wall four yards behind the line of scrimmage. Steve Settle lost a yard on the second down play. On third and fifteen Quarterback White went back to pass and found end Tom Brigham open and deep. Brigham caught the ball that was just on his fingertips and raced into the endzone for a sixty yard score. After the P.A.T. the score was twenty to nothing as it was at the end of the first half. In the second half, Shelton kicked off to the Elma Eagles but again they were unable to mount a sustained drive and they were forced to punt from deep in their territory. Tracy Armstrong ran back the punt twenty-two yards. On the first down play Rob Settle gained two yards. Settle came back on the second down play to gain four yards. Don Neth took the hand-off with a third down and four situation. Neth battled his way to a ten yard gain. A penalty moved the Climbers back, giving them a first and fifteen situation. White's pass on the next play was incomplete. The second down play failed to gain any yardage. Steve Settle got a yard on the third down play. The Climbers decided to go for the first down in a fourth down and fourteen situation. Tracy Armstrong got the ball and he rambled twenty-three yards before setting the ball down on the two yard line. On the next play Armstrong took the ball the remaining two yards for the score. Shelton had the ball two more times in the third quarter but on both occasions they failed to score. At the end of the quarter the score was Shelton twenty-seven, Elma zero. In the fourth quarter Shelton got on the scoreboard with a drive that took only three plays from scrimmage. Wayne Alexander took the punt, but he was unable to gain any yardage. Dan Morgan ran for eleven yards on the first down play. Reserve Quarterback Terry Knight rambled for twelve yards on the next play. Dan Morgan took the ball eight yards IT'S THE END OF THE LINE for an Elma ballcarrier as he is turf by a Shelton defender Friday night. Hood Canal Elma The Hood Canal Trojan Junior High football team last Thursday beat the Elma Eagles by the score of 22-6. The Trojans now have a 1-3 record for the season. They were led by running of halfback Gary Wilbur and Jeff Pill and some five all-around aggressive play by the defensive team. The Hood Canal touchdowns were scored by Wilbur on a five 14 yard run, a brilliant 30 yard pass play from Delbert Miller to Clayton Molinero and a four yard run by Pill. Wilbur also caught a pass good for 30 yards and ran back a kick off 40 yards. The Trojan backs completed 5 of 8 passes for the afternoon, gaining a total of 93 yards in the Your Guide to Expert Services in Mason County Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. Mt. View Kneeland Center Ph. 426-823] Drugs -- Helena -- Costa( NEI L'S pHA 5th & Franklir Auto Repairing -- Major Overhauls -- Brakes & Ignition -- Welding & Tune-ups ED'S SERVICE Floor Covering --Linoleum --Tile REX FLOOR ~~~Il~~l~~I~~~~~ll~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~IIll~~~~~II~llII~IIIl~I~l~~~l~~~I~l~~~~II~II~II~~l~~I~~~~~~~I~~~~~lIlI~~~~~~~lll~lI~~~~~~~~l~~~l~~~~II~~~~~lI~~~l~~~I~~~l~~lI~l~~~~~~I~~~~~~ll~~~~~l~~~I the interception on the Climber for another Climber score. After air. Molinero's two catches were 219 So. 1st 426-1212 Mr. View MEN'S CITY LADLES THURSDAY TRIO HOUS_E,_WIVES thirty-eight yard line. the extra point, the score wasgood for 45 of those 93 yards on Women s Hi Game: Betty Dean After the interception, the thirty-four to nothing. 13 carries and Pill gained 43 yards Men s Hi Game: Harold Churchill Women's Hi Game: Millie Nelson and Col!een Yorke 205. Gunsmith 212. 203. Climbers keptthe ball for four Elma was the next to score as in 9 attempts. In addition, Miller Barber l Men's Hi Series: Stan AhlquistWjOo?en's Hi Series: Millie Nelson Women s Hi Series: Betty Deanplays, as they were forced to punt they put together a,sixty yardran 4 times for 25 yards and J Men's Halr Styling ] Repalrl 598. 547. AntiClU, Standings: Naults 13-5; Standings: Cindy Barnes Standings: Witcraft & Swope as the first quarter came to andrive. After the P.A.T was missed fullback Pat LaClair 6 times for II ** ShampooingRaZ°rStyllng ,M0untlPreclslC • Hidden Haven 11-7; Rainier Beerpicked up 7-6-10 split. Verna,Logging 17-11; Springwater end. the score was Climbers 18 yards. The Hood Canal team I * Regular Hair Cuts I * Scissor Contouring Shotgur 10-8; 40&8 10-8; Arctic Circle Kolowinski picked up 4-7-10 Tavern 17-11i Hood Canal MarinaTerry Knight interrupted the thirty-four, the Eagles six. played So well offensively that all gaug~ 9-9; Simpson 8-10; Jess's Mobil split. Nye Co. 151/z-41/e; Arnold & :16-12; Dean s Gunshop 16-12; 6-12;Shelton Trailblazers 5-13. Smith Ins. 14-6; Servicemaster Skipper John's Rest. 151/2-]21h; first Elma drive of the second Only one more score was they only needed to punt once I' BERNIE S HAiR*STYLING '~ ' ' shootin 14-6; M and O Logg. 12-8; Clary Phillips Lake Gals 15-13; B&R Oil quarter as he intercepted an made in the game and that cameduring the game. I For Appointment Call 426-2072 WARREf SIMPSON MEN'S Trucking 12-8; Mike's McCulloch14-14; Whitey's Auto Body ill-fated Elma pass on the Elmaas Quarterback Ray Krumpols On defense the Trojans played I 1618 Olympic Hwy. S. , Route2, BOX" M ' " en s Hi Game: Lewis Sergeant Sales 11-9; B. Fuller Custom 14-1,4; Manke and Sons 10V2-17V2; forty-seven yard line The offense teamed up with Dan Morgan on aan outstanding game. Consistently 215. Builder 10-10; Shelton Veterinary Ball s Food Center 5-23. took over and immediately began forty-nine yards pass play in the causing the Eagles to lose ground. Beauty Men's Hi Series: Lewis Sergeant 9-11; The Hut 6Vz-131k; D. Manke and Sons 0-4, Toni j 596. Makoviney Const. 6-14; Olympic Matson 398; Witcraft & Swope to move the ball On the firstlast seconds for another Climber Leading the rush were linebackers 'Tired Logging 4-0, Mary Lou Wicken down vlay Rob Settle rambled score. TheP.A.T. was missed, Pill and Wilbur and defensive back -- Complete Hair Care 1 Let US -- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches >Hor~ _ _, . . L,ISI IleSS Standings: Shop 15-9; Paint 5-15; Wingards Sport Shop 477; Skipper John's Rest. 4-0, for almost ten yards as he was leaving the final score Shelton Molinero and Dale Anderson. All --Merle Norman Cosmetics WelocaU Chippers 13-11; Mill 4 13-11; 5-15. Loaders 12-12; Mill 3 12-12; IBP Mikes McCulloch Sales 1-3, Margaret Bibbee 500; Ball s Food ...... Pennyrich Brae surance L Carol Hanson 518; The Hut 3-1, Center 0-4, Muriel Mueller 387; about two inches short of the first forty and Elma six. four had three unassisted tackles. ARNO ~1151,3; Railroad 11-13; Boom Phillips Lake Gals 1-3, Bea Brandt down In the statistical department,Credit should be given to the INsURI Jackie Brown 471; D. Makoviney 517; Dean's Gunsh, op 3-1, Betty Steve Settle carried for the Shelton piled up three hundredentire defensive team, includingELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON Chippers 0, Leroy Moore 470; Const. 3-1, Barbara Nolan 437; 6th & Laurel 426-4582 / 116 N. 2ha. Shop 4, Fred Rupe -- Roy PettyOlympic Paint 1-3, Ginger Olsoe Dean 547; Whitey S Auto Body first down as he gained a yard on and sixty yards in total 'yards, Melvin Cultee, who played an i ~~ 500; Mill 4 3, Lewis Sergeant 596; 416; Arnold & Smith Ins. 4-0,0-4, Pat Boad 499; Hood Canal - • Mill 3 1, WeB Goodburn 465; Millie Nelson 530; Wingards Sport Marina 4-0, Stevie Krause 496;the second down-play, while Elma had only ninty-fiveexcellent first game on.the Loaders 1, Ray Phillips 517; IBP Shop 0-4, Frankie Barnes 359;Springwater Tavern 4-0, Iona Quarterback Neal White kept the total yards: defensive line. The TroJan s Building Janitor I ~ . Carpet Clea 3, die Ramsfield 513; Boom 1, Servicemaster 3-1, Colleen YorkeVisser 432, B& R Oil 0-4, Gladysball on the next play and rambled Dan Morgan was the leading opponent this week will be Miller New Homes! I * Building ell GlenGene RobertsonDUnbar 487;503. Railroad 3, Clary494; ClarY529; Truckingshelton 1-3,VeterinaryLOuise Nelson 396. for twnety-one yards. Rob Settle rusher with fifty-four yards. Junior High School of Aberdeen I J~Ik~~==~ll~ Remodeling! and Malnt 1-3, Tuey Schumacher 461; M SIMPSON WOMEN'S then fought his way to a nine Duane Mokoviney was the at 3:30 Thursday afternoon at the I * Residential SHELTON RECREATION and O Logging 3-1, Cindy Barnes Women's Hi Game: Jean Hartwell yard gain. Settle carried the ball leading tackler with nine. , Hood Canal field. I OLYMPIC VIEW Shelton ' Women's Hi Game: Adair Neau 434; Nye Co. 3-1, Dorothy 204. , again on the second down play I CONSTRUCTION CO. I Ad¢ 190. Women's Hi Series: Donna Ahrens 401; B. Fuller Custom Women s Hi Series: Jane White and he gained two yards this time. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!1111111 Iilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I Paul Brown WeB DuBBer Coleman 511. Builder 1-3, Lucille Farmwald 408. 547. Standings: I.B.P. 16-8; White was caught behind the ~ 426-4312 426-8427 Standings: Dairy Queen 16-8; Lumber 16-8; Accounting line for a loss of a yard. Rob ~ m _ __~O • IL~ _ = SHhe/tspnrt%;ea?~°?l;14~e~~ LADIES THURSDAY TRIO 15Vz-8Vz; Purchasing llVz-12V,; Settle gained five yards on the t~_nrrn.n =¢ mp_xf "7 Womenls Hi Game: Pat Boad 210.Loggers 10-14; Olympic 10-14; Builder Masonry 13-11; PSNB 12-12; Trail Blazers ~V;lm. en s Hi Series: Louise Clary Research 9-15; Engineering 8-16. second down play, making it third ~VlIII II I! ~BBIB I1~ • • lw'an~ • I 10V=-IJV2; D&E Trophies 9-15; Olympic 3, Cleo Hulet 426; down and six. Quarterback White .... - . ~ Home Building ---All B&J Mart 8-16. Standings: Nye Co. 18Vz-5Vz; Purchasing 1, Dot McNamara 457; faded back to pass and found RobShelton's Highclimberfootball team will meet Centraha I Remodeling Shelton Rec. 3, Donna Arnold & Smith Ins. 15-9; Loggers 2, Warrene Graves 415;Settle open. The completion was at Centralia in a game which Coach Jack Stark calls "the I Plan Service [ ~-1311 Coleman 511; P.S.N.B. 1, Adair Serv icemaster 15-9; Clary Research 2, .Mabel LaBelle 449;good for six' yards and a toughest game remaining on the schedule . I G.H. PARKER - BUILDER MA50N'~ Neau 456; Hoodsport Care 4, Trucking 14-10; Mikes McCullochEngineering 0, Arlene Liles 473; " " Helen Spaulding 453; Trail Sales 14-10; M and O Logg 13-11; Accounting 4, Jane White 547; touchdown After the P A T was • • I , pho ne made the score was Sheli'on 13 Chmber fans wdl welcome back Per Nolan - thought toII 1714LIcenSedstevens* Bonded * 426-28101nsured Blazers 0, Sandy Bernert 358; Shelton Veterinary 12-12; B. I.B.P. 1, Jean Hartwell 508; D&E Trophies 1, Donna Steehler Fuller Custom Builder 11-13; Lumber 3, Jean Ream 494. Elma 0. ' be out the rest of the season with a knee injury - to handle 429; Dairy Queen 3, Kathy Wingards Sport Shop 9-15; The Elma again received the the kicking assignments. Bob Crume will also be back. ntal ServiC Motherwell 463; Harpers 2, Hut 8V2-151k; Olympic Paint MR.,& MRS. HANDICAP Cable TV kickoff, but again they were Maggie Ogg 485; B&J Mart 2, 8-16; D. Makoviney Const. 6-18. Men s Hi Game: Run Warren 221. " " m~m~mm~1~m~~~~~ll~~l I I Almost p,n,Y Marge Bent 464. _ Shelton Veterinary 3-1, Pat Men's H! Series: Del Stormo 561. unable to move the ball and were I Bulld°Zees't" eo,. ,o Sh ph GRANGE 5wartos 466; Servicemaster 1-3 Women s Hi Game: Margaret " For Service Call Fold inglJ~r Colleen Yorke 470; Mike's Bibbeel80. Armstrong'ran the punt elton Jayvees Trlum . ,c,,"',"" Mens Hi Game: Joe Simpson McCulloch Sales 3-1, Carol Women's Hi Series: Margaretfor only ayard On the first do ' IJ 426 I,¥1''A" ,, 237. . • Shelton s Jayvee squad while Steve Settle had fifty-two. " .LEW Men's Hi Series; Joe Simpson 585. Hanson 453; Arnold & Smith Ins. Bibbee 479. 1 ............ swamped the J.V. s of Chehahs Coaches Mike Sims 2-2, Louise Clary 531; The Hut Federal Credit Union 18-6; Tyee " 35-6 in a game nlaved at Chehalis Johanson stressed the excellent W6OSmen s Hi Game: Eva Rostvald 1-3, Pat Boad 510; Claw TruckingStandings: Mason County play Rob Settle gained no yardage ~, " " ' and Paul as ne ran into tnat mg t~Jma une 2-2, Sandy Story 421; M and OWell Drilling 15-9; Evergreen Steve Settle came back on the '-" - "" " " - - -- " "ob "-e "efense did b- holdin-the Women's Hi Series:Dolores Logg. 1-3, Cindy Barnes 392; Nye Florists 14-10; Sargents Oysters ..... uaa morgan had tnree J m a y next play to gain nine yarns un tubers Chehahs team to onl four or five Goodburn436. Co. 3-1, Dot Ahrens 425; 14-10; J&J Service 13V2-101k . ..... " ~ . touchdowns for the eli , " Y " Carpet Shoe Repair" Standings:Southside 16-8; Olympic Paint 3-1, Barbara Eacrett Lumber 13-11; Von's 'the tmru gown play Don Neth lie ' " ......... wh Steve Settle and Tony first downs. I -- Carpets, rugs, walls I * pOIIShI~'~0! Shelton Valley 14-10; Agate I Gorman 430; B. Fuller Custom Floor Covering 12-12; Dicks carried me oau aoout two ieet to olinero .a ....oT D Next week's dame will be 14-10; Agate II 14-10; Pomona Builder 1-3, Bubbs Fuller 422; D. Diggers 12-12; Allyn Shell 10-14; de...... just snort of the first down M each h=u u. .... =, e on I -- Floors, Furniture I * All tYP'~,I 12-12; Skokomish 9-15;Matlock Makoviney Const. 0-4, Betty Lake Cushman 9V2-14Vz; situation' " Don Neth got the Leading rusher for the against Timberline her, J -- Housewide Cleaning J E X~$~ 9-15; Harstine 8-16. Hoover 392; Wingard's Sport Hoodsport Texaco 7-17; Johnson . " She]ton squad was Dan Morgan Tuesday afternoon. EXPE Southside 2, Ralph Simpson Shop 4-0, Frankie Barnes 431. & Johnson 6-18. hand-off and he made four yards, with a hundrad nnd twentv-two I AL FURNISH R~P/ 528; Shelton Valley 2, Joe . GUYS & DOLLS UnionMaS°n4, RonCOUntYwarrenFedera1508;CreditLake foun~ith.a first down.Neal White yards. Wayne Alexander had a ~ I ServlceMaster of Mason Co. Simpson 585; Agate II 3, Max Men s Hi Game: L.C. Leman242. Cushman 0, Margaret Bibbee479; mmse]f buried under an hundred and nine yards rushing, qrlVlll~l Phone426-1121 Mikkelsen 493: Agate I 1' LyleMen's H! Series: Dan Brown 618. Dicks Diggers 1, Bud Dishon 444;~.~_ ~ ~ ~Auseth 506; Harstine 1, Everett Simons 398; Matlock 3, Conda Women s Hi Game: Helene Evergreen Florists 3, Jim Elmlund ~ ,~ ".~ Chain Saws , aign painting Dick 367; Skokomish 3, Dale Redman,192. 424; Tyee Well Drilling 1Vz, Del ....~:. ;.::...:.... ....,.,:~ ;:.:::~;..: ......... ~., .;,,~. Neff 461; Pomona 1, Lad Women s Hi Series: Helene Stormo 561; J&J Service 31/Z, ~.: !!i;i I New and Used-Rentals I *AIITY~ I * TrUr::On II!i Simpson 488. Redman 502. Wesley Bibbee 465; Johnson & ~i: ~i ' ..... ~ I Oregon Chains & Accessories . car a,l=? Splits Leo Nault 4-7-10. Johnson 2, Dick Johnson 414; ~~, ~i ~ I Smallm°t°rtune'up&repairs I *~rs"-:'-'d~ SUNDAY MIXED 4'$ Standings: Straf 14-6; Riots Hoodsport Texaco 2, George ~~ / I Hours; 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily I Lettarn"" Men s Hi Game: Wayne Clary 13-7; Sandbaggers 13-7; MorganWright 493; Eacrett Lumber 1, :! I Mike's McCulloch Shop IphilSh ;on! 198. Transfer 13-7; Woodchucks 12-8; Eldon Todd 537; Yon s Floor Dick Van Dyke & Men's Hi Series; Wayne Clary 572. Newcomers 1 1-9; Bullheads Covering 3, Vern Beeson 511; i Bob Newhart In [ 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639 ~phil 5harpe '~/oOs?en'sHiGame:GlendaEttlin 10-10;Outcasts 10-10;4Bs8-12; Allyn Shel; 2, Harvey Griffey ~. ~~1~ ) ::!i ~tC0t0 Women's Hi Series: Glenda Ettlin 6'k-13Vz; Kinfolk 4-16. Matson 433. 567. , Bullheads, Klaus Hoepfner 1 ~;1"1";; Standings: Sun Downers16;8; 508; Straf Leo Nault 564; ~ Concrete Travel i I -- Ready-mix Concrete . Ait" - Hooters 16-8; Go-Getters 16-8; Carpetbaggers, AI Furnish 407; ~ I -- Concrete Culverts & Blocks ~ BUs" -Y' Farmers 15-9; Ding-a-Lings .Riot's, Ray Rice 522; Hey, k" llrokenGlallRepla I --Sand, Gravel, Brick&Stone NO~:xtr'c"a' Ducks13"l 1; Ranchers, 3.11; Moon'3"11; ShinersTimber woodchuckS,Kinfolk, BobMelogdenHUghs 506;462; i de! Insurance Claims flond~-Mdrrors ?~ ee Vatl C|eef J -Fireplace Screens& Tools An 13-11; Pink Elephants 9~-14½; Outcasts, Lloyd Murr 507; • Plate - Sheet • Thermopane " .: Will;~,.,,a.~ '~ ~ [ - GRAYSTONE of SHELTON H2OK9S 9-15; Odd Balz 6-18; Morgan Transfer, Bob Lanman Pick up that • Shower & Tub Enclosures • Table Tops i erger in ~3344 Prospectors 4½-19vz. 506; Newcomers, Duane Nault • Aluminum Sash & Windows -- Screens -- Storm uoors :ii~ Go-Getters 4, Carl Goodburn 495; SandbaggersL. C. Leman ][; ,i 503; Odd Balz 0, Jean Hartwell55L ' --FREE ESTIMATES-- i:.~ ="-- _ _ _,_ ABM.4', 488; Prospectors 1, Mike Hughes 504; H2OK9S 3, Glenda Ettlin LT()N GLA ,$ ] Cu$tom Painting I.HI~, 567; Timber Ducks 3, Jack Frost SEATTLE TIMES Spray or Brush 524; Ranchers 1, Roy West 512; subscription orders wanted at the 2226 Olympic Nwy. N. ::i:~ LoweStExterlorReasonable&InteriorC°St C~N Sun Downers 1, Don Brown 531; in Shelton area. Hooters 3, Margaret Bibbee 513; Call For rust Service Phone 426-] |52 S.N. Schouvillier Moonshiners 1, Art Pleines 461; Dale, Owner Star Rte. 1, Box 855 ~4 Pink Elephants 3, Sam Smith 438; RUSS HARVEY (Twanoh Falls) [JO~¢ l Ding-a-Lings 0, Bill Bond 521; 426-1098 Friday & Saturday Belfalr, Wn. CR5-2807 Farmers 4. Wayne Clar~ 522. Between 6 & 9 10 Shelton-Mason County Journal Thursday, October 21 1971