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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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THESE BLAZERS from Shelton Junior High School will host the Hood Canal Trojans tonight at 7 o'clock for the annual Kiwanis-sponsored benefit game on Loop Field. They have scored an average of 37.2 points per game so far this year. HIGHC IMBER Dan Morgan scrambles for good yardage during Shelton's losing effort against Centralia Friday night. Centralia pinned the first defeat of the season on the Climbers with a 14-6 win. Shelton Junior High BLAZERS No. Name Weight 10 Jon Laugen 140 12 Bob Christensen 135 21 Marty Settle 148 22 Jeff Stevenson 115 30 Miles Gordon 150 31 Bob Davis 155 32 Roger Arndt 155 40 Paul Robertson 130 41 Barry Wickett 120 42 . Paul James 162 50 Todd Scoles 125 51 Dave Carlson 142 52 Earl Smith 130 60 Allen Barrom 144 61 Dave Herrick 140 62 Bill Neal 140 63 Roy Pearsall 150 64 Leonard Stolen 150 70 Greg Johnson 135 71 Alex McCartney 205 72 Ryan Orme 170 73 Perry Huston 195 74 Leigh Devaney 142 75 Carl Brown 200 80 Mike Baze 130 81 Mark Tuson 165 82 Tim Linn 145 83 John Wilson 150 84 Larry Wood 160 85 Craig Jacobson 142. Hood Canal Junior High TROJANS No. Name Weight 82 Lloyd Ball 89 43 Greg Hunter 79 68 Tim McGee 106 52 Casey Morris 115 22 Mike Pavel 100 33 Doug Richert 110 23 Jerry Ward 78 34 Floyd Ball 85 51 Mel Ferrier 120 88 Mitch Plant 80 62 Mike Simmons 124 53 George Velkov 110 54 Rick Blanchard 144 62 Glenn LeClair 150 85 Mark Lindgren 124 21 Sam Martin 122 13 Scott Metzler 80 41 Jeff Pill 166 76 Jess Sharpes 151 77 Bill Simmons 146 86 Gary Stevens i 10 87 Dale Anderson 110 74 Mel Cultee 217 71 Dana Frint 165 14 George Jarvis 115 33 Pat LaClair 156 63 Chuck Longshore 131 24 Clayton Molinero 130 11 Delb Miller 140 81 Lloyd Shugart 136 66 Lawrence Wilbur 175 24 Gary Wilbur 130 THE SCRAPPY Hood Canal Trojans will be out to sidetrac touchdown express when the two teams meet tonight on Loop rlc Eleven players fashioned themselves hat-tricks in last week's pool league action. On Monday night play Chuck Needham of the Lamp Post won all three of his games, as his team was tied by Bob's Tavern 9 to 9. Jerry Brown of BoWs duplicated Needham's production. Bob McClanahan of the Pheasant and Jerry Vogel of Smith's Tavern paced their teams to victory. Hide Barrels Barrels in which Mason County hunters can deposit deer hides for the Elks Club veterans' rehabilitation program have been placed at the following locations: Belfair: Bob's Arco Station. Shelton: Wingard's and Verle's Sport Shops. Dayton Store. Matlock Store Kamilche: Home Heat. Union: Uppy's Marina. Hoodsport: Harry's Texaco. Valley Center Service Station. Arrangements can also be made to have the hide picked up through a call to Bill Schroeder at 426-3447. ig ig On Wednesday evening play seven players found the green felt to their liking. Dutch Lund's three victories paced the Pheasant to a 10 to 8 victory over the Town Tavern. The score might have been more lop sided except for the stellar performance by one of Shelton's all time great athletes. This time Stan Armstrong didn't use a baseball glove; he used a cue stick in the Clary's Filly Wins Feature Tudor Me, a chestnut filly Town Tavern's Pam Brown, Chet Norrito of the had perfect nights drubbed Bob's Tom McKim and used their defeated Smith's LEAGjPI~IS MONDAY Bob's 31 Lamp Post 29 Pheasant 29 Betty's '22 Smith's 20 Town Last week's resultS: owned by Shelton Logging Post 9, Bob's 9 contractor Russell Clary, won the Pheasant 10, ToWrl opening day feature race at Smith's 11, Betty's Yakima Meadows October 9. Tudor Me, which had been claimed twice this season, skipped the five furlongs of the Fruit Bowl of the Nation Purse in 58 and 4/5 seconds and returned $12.50 for a $2 win ticket. A Yakima Valley beauty, Becky Christianson, Miss Peaches and Cream for Washington, presented Clary with a basket of fruit following the victory. Wednesday Night Lamp Post Pheasant Town Betty's Smith's Bob's Last week's results: Pheasant 10, ToWn 8 Post 15, Bob's 3 ,,~ Be~ty.'s ,IO, By JIM KNEELAND Rain and gloomy Shelton fans were in abundance last Friday night as Shelton's previously undefeated Climbers fell to defeat at the hand of the Centralia Tigers. The score was 1 4-6. Bad breaks started early for the Climbers as they fumbled the kick-off on their own thirty yard line, enabling the Tigers to take the ball into the endzone on their first series, making the score Centralia seven and Shelton zero with only about two minutes gone in the first quarter. Shelton received the ensuing kick-off but although they held onto the ball, they were unable to penetrate the tough Centralia line. This fact, combined with a short punt, applied pressure to the Shelton defense. Shelton held the first time and forced Centralia to punt, but when Shelton could only get two yards on their second series and could only manage a fifteen yard punt, the defense was forced to bend and then finally break. Finally, on the first play of the second quarter, Centralia rambled eleven yards for the T.D. So in the second quarter Shelton found itself down by two touchdowns and a couple of extra punts. The rest of the first half remained scoreless as both teams traded punts. Third quarter action was non-existent, as neither team moved the ball effectively. There was only "one score in the fourth quarter, and that score came to Shelton as Don Neth recovered a fumble on the Centralia thirty-five yard line. Quarterback Neal White f" found Rob Settle on a pass play that was good for twenty-five yard gain. Reserve quarterback Ray Krumpols stepped in to throw for the score. Shelton tried for two points but failed. The score midway through the fourth quarter was Centralia 14, Shelton 6. This concluded the scoring for the game. Shelton had a 170 total yards compared to 178 yards for Centralia. Don Neth was the leading rusher for Shelton with thirty-four yards, while Scott Kent had 125 yards for Centralia. MEMBERS OF Shelton High School's undefeated cross left to right, front: John Teberg, Mike Hays, Rich James, Dwyer; back: Dan Deffinbaugh, Mark Lewis, Steve Baze, Ken Odell, Randy Howard, Tom Noreen and Vic Strickland- MARK LEWIS pounds down a trial during a recent drizzly cross country meet. Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, October 28, 1971 With Highclimber football doing so well, sports fans have tended to neglect another winning sport. Shelton's Cross Country team is currently undefeated, leading the Black Hills League with a 12-0 record. What is Cross Country? It's a distance race anywhere between two to three miles, depending on the course you run on. Parks, golf courses, old logging roads, and streets are all familiar to the cross country runner. Shelton's top seven runners making up the varsity team ar~,, Mark Lewis (Sophomore), Rich James (Senior), Mike Hays (Senior), Bill Madison (Junior), Ken Odell (Sophomore), Paul Dwyer (Junior), and Steve Baze (Junior). Those remaining Harriers making up Junior Varsity are; Randy Howard (Junior), Vie Strickland (Sophomore), Dan Deffinbaugh (Senior), Arnold Cooper (Sophomore), Tom Noreen (Junior), and John Teberg (Sophomore). The order in which the Harriers finish is never the same, and each week J.V' Harriers challenge varsity times, making it hard to rank the individuals in any order. This competition within the team brings out the best in turnouts and meets. Coach John Day attributes his winning season to an early start and a lot of hard running. Coach Day, when asked what chance to it takes to be a cross country home, they runner, replied~ "You have to3:45. beat your toughest opponent, Next which is yourself." to Today will be your lastmeet. TOM NOREEN finishes one of the grueling races which Shelton on top of the Black Hills League with a 12-0 record"