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HALFBACK DAN MORGAN crosses the goalline during Shelton's 27-0 conquest of Tumwater Friday night. The game capped an 8-1 season for the Highclim bers. Lady in the stands: By CAROLYN KERR Let us take one last look at football before we tear down the goal posts. The shoulder pads, hip pads, knee pads, helmets, and green and white uniforms have all been turned in and packed away for another year. All of the mothers are sighing with relief that their washers have survived the "mud baths". Between now and next year they will be "shoveling" out pieces and Quite obviously our twelve man team returned to eleven. The ironic part of the whole thing is that only a few plays later the refs did call a penalty against Elma for too many men on the field, so 1 guess they can count to twelve. 1 felt like jumping down out of the stands and running out there and yelling "Hey, ref why not just forget the whole thing. You missed the call against margin. This game 1 shall never forget - or should I say the ride to and from said game. If anyone ever asks me to define "noise", there can only be two words that do the job "rooter's bus". Mr. Chaperone put it best when he commented, "Two world wars and twenty years of this and I am only 50% tone deaf". The last home game of the season found the BLAZER Eight wins, one loss By JIM KNEELAND Mud didn't hamper Shelton's Highclimbers as they capped homecoming with a gridiron victory. The final game of the season saw Shelton defeat Tumwater 27 to 0 on the mud of Loop Field. for no gain. Rob Settle fell short of a first down by only gaining five yards in the third and six situation. The Climbers decided not to punt but to go for the first down in the fourth down situation. Don Neth got the handoff and charged for three yards and a first down. Rob Settle gained three yards on the first down play, leaving the ball oil about the Tumwater 20 yard line. Don Neth broke loose for an 18 yard gain, leaving the Shelton kicked-off to Tumwater and the tough defense Shelton HIch Runners went right to work at denying Tumwater any yardage. After three plays with little gain, Tumwater was forced to punt. After an unsuccessful series, the Climbers were forced to punt, however they received the Tumwater punt. Tracy Armstrong returned the punt three yards. On the first down play, Armstrong carried for four yards. Rob Settle made the first down with a gain of six yards. Tracy Armstrong came in on the second down play and gained two yards. On the third down play, Don Neth bulled his way for ten yards and a first down. Bob Crume gained two yards on the first down play. Don Neth found a hole and charged for nine yards, leaving the ball on the three yard line. Rob Settle charged the goal line on the first down play,but the Tumwater line held him for no gain. Don Neth found a two yard hole setting up a one yard plunge by Bob Crume on the third down play. The PAT was blocked, giving Shelton a 6 to 0 lead. Four plays after the kickoff, Shelton received a Tumwater Take 15th At Sta Shelton High School's Cross Country team ended their season by taking 15th at state last Saturday in competition held at a Seattle High School. Shelton earned their berth at state by finishing second at district behind Columbia River. At the district meet, Rich James finished fourth with Mark Lewis in sixth place. Other Shelton finishers were; lOth Mike Hays, 19th, Ken O'Dell; 25th, Vic Strickland; 32nd, Bill Madison; 56th, Steve Baze. At the state meet the highplace man for Shelton was Rich James in 30th place, the next best Shelton finished was by Mark Lewis, who finished 60th. Other Shelton finishers were; Bill Madison 80th, Vic Stirickland 92nd, Ken O'Dell 96th. Mike Hays was forced to drop out halfway through the race with a pulled tendon. Banquet The annual fall sports banquet honoring Shelton High School's football, cross country and girls' tennis teams will be held November 30. Sponsored by the Shelton Kiwanis Club, the banquet will get underway at 6:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room at Mr. View The public is invited to attend the affair, which will feature Tom Perry, football coach at Central Washington College as the main speaker. Tickets are now available at Western Auto, Niel's Pharmacy, Family Market and Lumbermen's of Shelton. ball on the two yard line. Bob Crume ground out a yard to put the Climbers a yard away from paydirt. On the next play, Don Neth fought his way over the goal line for his first score of the night. After Per Nolen converted the point after attempt, the score was 13 -0. Shelton's next T.D. came after Don Neth made an interception on the Tumwater 35 yard line. Tracy Armstrong gained three yards on the first down play to get the drive started. Quarterback Neal White gained six yards on a keeper. White went to the air on the next play, but again the pass fell incomplete, bringing up another fourth down situation. Again on the fourth down play the call went to Don Neth, who scrambled for the three yards ample yardage for the first down. Neth again carried the ball on the first down play, this time behind the exceptional blocking of the Climber offensive lines, he gained over 17 yards, leaving the ball inside the one yard line. Tracy Armstrong plunged over the goal line on the next play for the third score. Per Nolen again kicked the PAT, Shelton 20, Tumwat~ No more the second or Steve Settle interception in the to put the Climbers pit again. Bob on the first down Climber cause fifteen yard against Tumwater. On the second Tom Brigham to gain two yards. lost a yard on the Krumpols gained next play, first down. Bob ball for five down play. SteVe on the next play on the nine Krumpols broke rambled into the the final After the PAT Shelton 27 TumwatCt This victory was for the Climbers only one loss. The at the hands of Hills league ch Your Guide to Expert Services in Meson County Every Saturday at 9:30 p.m. at the 633S. 1st Broken Glass Replaced Promptly Insurance Claims Handled Plate - Sheet Thermopane Mirrors Shower & Tub Enclosures Table Tops Aluminum Sash & Windows -- Screens -- Storm Doors -- FREE ESTIMATES -- 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. For Fast Service Phone 426-1152 Dale, Owner Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, November 18, 1971 at our Shelton Swim Club will travel to Peninsula High School Saturday, November 20, to participate in a swim meet. Coached by Doug Hanna, the team is composed of the following: Tim Martin, Debbie Ragan, Craig Ragan, Carolyn Cuzick, Rasmussen, Laurie Rasmussen, Janice Simpson, Joe Simpson, Tracy Ridout, Kevin Ridout, Wes Stockwell, Ronda Woodward, Scott Woodward. 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CR5-2807 Between 6 & 9 p.m. THIS cAN /tow COACHES JIM WILLIS, left, and Dick Wentz check the roster of Shelton teachers and businessmen who wilt meet the touring Harlem Clowns Friday night in the Shelton Gym. Money raised by the benefit game will go toward the purchase of a new mat for the local wrestling team, which Wentz coaches. Game time is 8 p.m. some strange reason he sent only following week they did the same match the 9th grade record. two of them back into the game. thing to Montesano by a 40-0 Shelton and this just evens it up". machine well oiled as they punt to start their first second Elementary School. bits of Loop Field. Hopefully, by But, 1 guess you just can't do smothered Hood Canal 48-0. quarter scoring drive. Bowling News next fall they will all be ready to things like that during the middle There were two high points in this Tracy Armstrong returned the Bowling News Auto Glass , DrugS ,. begin again, of a football game! game. The first was MARTY punt for seven yards. On the first Men's Hi Game: Brian White 129. SUNDAY MIXED FOURSOME Expert Installation B L A Z E R Highlights - Special half-time program for SETTLE and his bad case of down play, Armstrong fought his Men',s Hi Game: Jack Frost 213. Men's Hi Series: Joe Ellis 218. SHELT CosmetiCs Ls Wg7m. en's Hi Game: Jill Barnes Opening game of the season was this game included the girls with touchdown-itis. He seemed to way to an eight yard gain. Men s Hi Series: Jack Frost 568. JIM PAULEY. , .ON JUNIO_R .-.. 173 IP I Men s Hi ~ame: /erry uion back on September 23rd with the their fire twirling batons. They spend more time in the end zone On the second down play, Women's Hi Game: Shirley Frost Women's Hi Series: Jill Barnes / ...... Men'sHi Series. DaveHanson R BLAZERS defeating Lima 50-0. had a lot of poise, where you than he did on the playing field. Neal White tried his first pass of 224. , Women s Hi Series: Dianne 214. I Mr. view 464 " Knee and Center Pt , elleY P Do you recall something Mr.might expect a few shattered Second, we ]]ave the ?th grade the night. The pass, which fell Strozyk513. Standings: Daniels Realty I Kneeland Center Ptwomen s Hi Game: Sh .. 18-6; Merv's Tirecap 14-10; Dairy ~ Brown 147. Announcer said that was heard nerves. Seems like they were "Super Bowl" Champs as they incomplete, was nearly Standings: Farmers 27-13; Queen 14-10; Lumbermens of Women's Hi Series: Suzi Gruver.. over the loudspeaker, which 1 am really fighting fire with fire out followed in their older intercepted by Steve Zook of Go-Getters 26V2-13V2; Hooters Shelton 13V2-10V2; B&R Sales Auto Repairing--386. 's sure was not supposed to be "there, but they did a real fine job counterparts footsteps with a Tumwater, fell incomplete. 25-15; Pink Elephants 22V2-17V2; Sun Downers 22-18; Timber 13-11; Milo's Diner 12q2-11V2; 4S~ Security Title 12-12; Stellas I --gaajrsOvhr28- a~d~g~ostSh?(~t~,n2JCl~: heard? Very faintly in the and deserve a lot of credit, perfect season record. Don Neth gained two yards Ducks 21V2-18Vz; Ranchers Beauty Salon 12-12; Eds Service[ -- ~i. g Merv s Tirecap 20-12; Timl~ background you could not help The second BLAZER victory The 'older" BLAZERS on the third down play, to pick 21%-18Vz; Ding-a-Lings 20-20; 11-13; Jim's Shell Service 10-14 ] --Welding& TiBowl 17-15; Joslin ns. 15-1 ; hearing him say, after the referees cam e when they defeated accomplished their perfect record up a first down. Moonshiners 18-22; H2OK9's Timberbowl 7-17; Rolands Shell I , Bob s Shoe Tree 14-18; E g}.. a les called a penalty, "Whoops, Hopkins by a 30-0 score. The high by beating Miller 36-6 in Rob Settle gained four yards 17-23; Odd Balz 11V2-28V2; 3-21. Prospectors 7V2-251/2. Rolands Shell O, Kevin Mercer I ED S SERV 13-19; Hembroff Agency 9-Z~; 0 Shelton has twelve men on the point in this afternoon game came Aberdeen on November 4th. This on the first down play and he Timber Ducks 1V2, Jack Frost136; Dairy Queen 3, Steve 1219219 SoSo. lstlst ThejoH~l~n12iln6, MiIo~. ustDIner/Pleln> ~'-=" pI ' Y -'4" J field". At the same time l heard a when PAUL JAMES ran a pass gave the BLAZERS a 6-0 record gained another four yards on the 568; Go-Getters 2Vz, Duck Sharp Hanson 118; Daniel's Realty 1 ~ 341i The Hut 3, Kim Patton s,, student remark, "Holding penalty interception 90 yards for a for theseason, their finest ever. next play. With the aid of a 15 560; Ranchers 1, Dave Knutzen Jim Lanman 189; B&R Sales 2, 536; Ding-a-Lings 3, L. C. Leman Bob s 4, Les Cook 378; Hembror~ against Elma, I saw it." Well, touchdown. I can also remember Must not forget to mention yard personal foul the Climbers 523; Pink Elephants, 3, Rite Le Jill Barnes 214; Milo's Diner 2, Berber 0, Craig Jacobsen 406; Timber" Robb Rogers 173; Security TitleI ........ Bow 4, Mike Nolan 358- Milo's u, n evidently the refs must havebeen how frightening it was sitting in that the 8th grade BLAZERS found themselves with another BResh 471; H2OK9s 1, Dionne 1 , Da n Goodburn 197; Men'sHalr:~tyilng ' , ,~ I * Razor Stvllno Tammy LaOous 290; J.C.s..~ so busy watching Lima holding the middle of the Jr. High student ended the season with a 4-1 firstdown. Stozyk 513; Hooters 3, lan Lumbermens 1, Mike Gordon , - " " ' 1 JIn, I Shampooing David Hanson 464; Merv s t-- - .~, i thit they'did not see afi~]'6,fft~ "body. They forgot to put a sign record, losing only to Hoquiam. Tracy Armstrong gained a Sytsma 488; Moonshiners 1, Art 183; Stellas Beauty Salon 2, Don I * Regular Hair Cuts Robinson 442" V'FW 4 Hon-, Pleines 456; Farmers 3, Ruth Nolan 192; Timberbowl 0, Brian * scissor contourin . - ' ' ta ~att~,* or maybe tlqe~':}~t above the entrance to the stands DALE BREWER accounted for quick four yardstoleave a second Goad 502; Prospectors 1, Mike White 216; Eds Service 3, Joe I Dickinson 429; Eagles O,.C Y a. gml~P'~m'r"~O~nt beyond elevenl "Enter at your own risk', the majority of the 8th grade down and six. Don Neth ran into Hughes 423; Sun Downers 3, Dan Ellis 218; Jims Shell 1, Jim I BERNIE'S HAIR '. Keith 387. A I For Appointment Call 426-2072 I WARRE N Very wisely the BLAZERS called The next game found the touchdowns, a defensive wall on the next play Brown 501; Odd Balz 1, Jean Heminger 188; Merv s Tirecap 2,[ 1618 Olympic Hwy. S. I Route 2, Box 795 time out and three men left theBLAZERS defeating Hoquiam on We will be watching these Hartwell 491. Kathleen McClanahan 147. field to talk to the coach and for their own field 26-12. The boys next year as they try to ~,