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e e e HIGHCLIMBER ballcarrier Don Neth picks up blocking strength from an unidentified teammate and Rob Settle (31). Shelton High School's Jayvee football team wrapped up its season in Shelton by defeating Tumwater, 28-0 to compile a six-win and two-loss record. Scoring began in the first quarter when Ray Krumpols ran a punt back thirteen yards for a score. Steve Settle ran over the PAT to make the score eight to zero for Shelton. ~ Dan Morgan scored on a six yard run and again Settle scored the extra points making the score ~,g sixteen to nothing. in the second quarter end Tony Molinero caught a fifty-four yard pass for a score, the PAT failed. Steve Settle charged twenty-seven yards for a score in the closing minutes of the half. Harriers Win Berth country team capped off a ." season by winning a berth in the state competition. The runners, under the watchful eyes of Coach Jon Day, finished second in the district last Saturday at Longview after having taken first at the League meet at Millersylvania the week before. In the League Championship Shelton took first with forty-six points, trailing them in second place was the Aberdeen team with seventy-two points. Shelton runner Rich James with a time of 12:27 took first ,. place in a field of nearly seventy. James beat the renown Tumwater runner Jim Brown, who was previously undefeated for the season. Mike Hays and Mark Hays took fifth and sixth respectively for Shelton while Ken O'Dell grabbed fifteenth place. Other Shelton placers were; Bill Madison in nineteenth place, Steve Baze in , 30th place and Tom Noreen in -:~ 38th. Coach Day has no idea what j. the state competition will be like, but he claims he has some strong d" runners on his team and they should do alright. The upcoming , state meet will be the last meet for t wo varsity seniors, Rich James and Mike Hays. Sweeps Winners Winners in the October 31st Monthly sweeps which pits the high bowler from each league against one another, were: in the Women's division: Colleen Yorke with a 654 total, second went to Helene Redman with a 628 score, third went to Allene Stepper with a 622 total. In the Men's Division: Jack Stewart grabbed first with a 658 total, while Leo Nault was second with a 632 series. ) *. ti[t It .4 LOOKING MIGHTY SERIOUS despite a comfortable lead over Chehalis are, left to right, Assistant Coach Bill Brickert, Assistant Coach Paul Johanson and Head Coach Jack Stark of the Shelton Highclimbers. Lad/in the stands: By CAROLYN KERR Another chance at education as we take one last look at football terms. Bomb - what you drop on the opponent that causes an uproar. Handoff - when a player grabs hold of an opposing player and the ref. yells hands off. Snap of the Ball - the noise the football makes when kicked. End Zone - the area of the field where the last play of the game takes place. BLAZER - a bright colored jacket. (Now who's kidding who?) lit at air S Football education time is over for this year. But there is no season on errors and corrections. Last week I stated that the 9th grade BLAZERS were the only undefeated football team in Shelton. Ask any 7th grade football player and he will tell it to you differently. The 7th grade team may be small in number, but they proved they could play winning football. The football program for this age ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ii~~~~B~u~E~u~~~~uu~~uu~~u~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~llN~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Homecoming at Shelton this week pits Shelton against Tumwater. Of the Tumwater team Coach Jack Stark said, "They could be underrated. Last week they beat O'Day twenty-seven to sixteen and this might give them the confidence to try and knock us over." Another game of interest to Climber fans will be the Centralia-Chehalis game. if the cross-town rivalry is strong enough to pull off a victory for Chehalis, Shelton will tie for the league championship. ~u~|~|[|~|~|~B~KMllu~ll~|~ll|~ll|~|~[~||~|ll|~||~|u~u~ll~|~Bll|~B~l~' Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday. November group has been designed to teach the boys basic fundamentals and body conditioning. This years group of youngsters were the first to come out of last years newly organized Junior Football League. This no doubt accounted for the low number of boys turning out. The boys that stuck with it must really have a desire to play the game, and those that decided to quit football must have had enough of the grinding, tedious workouts. Which ever way you look at it, there were less than 20 boys on the 7th grade team. Because of this they were unable to have their traditional one game at the end of the season, where they play each other. Remember you need eleven players for one team. So COACH HARMIA had to seek an opponent from other sources. On the other hand, COACH CRATER had around 30 eighth graders turning out. So he took the third string and a few from the second string to make up the reserve team to play the seventh graders. Their first encounter was held on the afternoon of October 21st. This was a very closely fought battle, each team wanting to come out on top. But the 7th grade finally pulled ahead by scoring a touchdown and winning 8-0. Both teams were anxious for another meeting. The 8th grade wanting revenge and the 7th grade trying to prove that they were still "number one". Most of you saw the second meeting between these two teams during the half-time of the BLAZER-Hood Canal game on October 28th. Again the 7th grade proved their superiority by winning 6-0. This game was only two quarters long and all the 8th graders were positive that they would have come back and won if they could have played two more quarters. Of course, the 7th graders are equally as certain that they would have gone on to win 11, 1971 by a larger margin. Since both teams are through for the season we will never know if it could have turned out differently. Anyway, I stand corrected, the 7th grade BLAZERS are also undefeated, even if they only played two games. MORE BLAZER RAMBLINGS: Last Wednesday found the 8th grade BLAZERS hosting Miller from Aberdeen as they played their last game of the season. The game took place on "Loop Lake" with continual rain falling. The BLAZERS managed to win by a 16-0 score, despite the mud and rain and a bad case of "fumble-itis". Thursday found the 9th grade BLAZERS traveling to Aberdeen for their final game. They finished the season with a perfect record by defeating the Miller team 36-6. By JIM KNEELAND Bouncing off their only loss of the season Shelton's Highclimber football team ran over the Bearcats of Chehalis, 4 t-6, in a game played in freezing cold at Chehalis. No one got on the scoreboard in the first quarter, although Shelton started its first scoring drive in the opening quarter. The scoring drive started as Climber Tracy Armstrong ran back a punt ten yards. Neal White then kept the ball on the first down play to gain a quick seven yards. Don Neth stepped into the action to carry the ball for an eight yard gain and a first down. Neal White kept the ball on the next play for a gain of four yards. White was caught for a loss of eight on the next play to create a third-and-fourteen situation. Neal White completed his first pass of the night to end Duane Makoviney for a gain of eleven yards to leave the ball three yards short of a first down. Electing to go for the first down in the fourth down situation, quarterback White handed off to Don Neth for a seven yard gain and a first down. An offsides penalty against Chehalis gave the Climbers a first and five situation. Neal White kept the ball on the last play of the second quarter to gain over four yards leaving the ball on the one foot line as the gun sounded, ending the first quarter. In the first play of the second quarter Don Neth powered over the goal line for the first score of the game. After the extra point the score was Shelton seven, Chehalis nothing. Chehalis took the kickoff to their own forty before the Climber defense took over. Three plays later Chehalis found themselves pushed back to their thirty yard line. Shelton's next series was interrupted by an interception. The Bearcat offense, however, couldn't take advantage of the defensive as again they were forced to punt in a fourth and twenty situation. After the Chehalis punt was downed on the Shelton forty-two yard line, quarterback White and his offense started to work. ., White took the bali Orl the :f~:f.irst down play to gain seven yards. Tracy Armstrong received the nod and he fought for three yards and a first down. Rob Settle broke loose for thirty-eight yards, leaving the ball on the twelve yard line. Don Neth bulled his way the remaining twelve yards for the score. After the attempt to go for two points failed, Shelton led thirteen to nothing. Shelton got its hands on the ball sooner than the Bearcats would have liked as Tracy Armstrong intercepted a Chehalis pass. Armstrong ran the next play thirty yards to leave the ball on the five yard line. Neal White kept the ball for a yard gain. Don Neth came back on the second down play to gain a yard. Rob Settle took the ball the remaining three yards for another T.D. After the PAT was converted, the score was Shelton twenty and Chehalis nothing. The half ended with no further scores. Shelton received the second half kickoff and kept the ball for eight plays before giving it to the Bearcats on downs. Chehalis made one first down before they were forced to punt. Tracy Armstrong returned the punt ten yards. Rob Settle took the first down play four yards. Bob Crume then broke loose for eleven yards on the second down play. Crume, on the next play, came back to plow his way for four yards. On the second down play, Tracy Armstrong broke loose and rambled for forty-five yards, for another Climber score. After the extra point the score was twenty-seven to zero. Chehalis took the kickoff, but they were unable to move the ball and once again they punted. Shelton received the punt and downed it on the Shelton forty-five. Dan Morgan got the hand-off on the first down play and fought his way for better than nine yards. Bob Crume picked up the first down with a three yard carry. Data Morgan lost two yards on the next play to create a second and twelve situation. Reserve quarterback Ray Krumpols found end Tom Brigham open and heading for the end zone for a forty-five yard pass play and a score. The PAT was no good, leaving the score Shelton thirty-three to nothing for the Bearcats. Shelton received a punt on their own twenty yard line after Chehalis was again able to mount a drive. Eight plays.later, Shelton was forced to punt. Chehalis took the punt and finally got a drive started. The PAT was missed making the score Shelton thirty-three, Chehalis six. Shelton received the Chehalis kickoff and began avenging the Bearcat score. Doug Long returned the kickoff five yards. Steve Settle then ground out eight yards for a second down and Bob Crume gained the next play to down, Crume ran on the next run to gaining any Krumpols gained ten keeper for another Steve Settle grabbed the next play. Three plays ran across the another score. After a conversion score, the Shelton forty-one six. No more scores the game, as the $t~ after the next kickoff. THE CHILL OF THE EVENING doesn't seem to bother Nolan, surrounded by Dena Stracke, Val Strickland and STEVE SETTLE is brought to an abrupt stop followin0 a Highclimbers against Chehalis. LANKY MARK WITTENBERG bats down an attempted