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November 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Turnout for the winter sports season shows the three Climber teams all vastly improved, according to their coaches. Coach Terry Greggs basketball team this year is comprised of six returning lettermen and eleven other hopefuls. Returning lettermen include seniors Tracy Armstrong 5'11", Bill Bacon 6'0", Tom Brigham 6'5", Mark Johnson 6'3", Rich Walker 6'1", and Neal White 5'8". Coach Gregg says his team will be quick and exciting to watch He also feels that they should beat last years team record. In wrestling, Coach Dick Wentz is welcoming back about 17 lettermen plus much new talent coming from both the junior high program and from the high school. Wentz claims he owes the 34 members of his team to "the outstanding junior high program". Wentz hopes to better last year's 8-3-1 record. Swimming coach Doug Hanna welcomes about 25 swimmers this year, creating a large congestion problem in the pool. Hanna claims this year's larger team gives his team the depth they have been looking for. HUSTLE UNDER THE BASKET will be needed by these Highclimber cagers when they start play December 3 in the jamboree at Olympia. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~uu~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pheasant Overtakes Friday, December 3 Saturday, December 4 Monday, December 6 Tuesday, December 7 Monday, December 13 Friday, December 17 Tuesday, December 21 Tuesday, December 28 Monday, January 3 Tuesday, January 4 Friday, January 7 Monday, January 10 Tuesday, January I I Friday, January 14 Monday. January 17 Friday, January 21 Monday, January 24 Tuesday, January 25 Friday, January 28 Monday, January 31 Tuesday, February 1 i Friday, February 4 Monday, February 7 Tuesday, February 8 Friday, February 11 Monday, February 14 Tuesday, February 15 Friday, February 18 Tuesday, February 22 Wednesday, February 23 Friday, February 25 Jamboree at Olympia First game vs. Tumwater Fourth game vs. Timberline 7:30 p.m. Central Kitsap There 6:15 & 8:00 Soph: Hoquiam Here 5:00 Central Kitsap Here 5:45 & 7:30 Soph: Olympia Here 5:00 ('entralia ttere 6:15 & 8:00 Itoquiam There 5:45 & 7:30 Elma Here 6:15 & 8:00 Soph: Centralia There 5:00 Olympia Here 5:45 & 7:30 Timberline Here 6:15 & 8:00 Soph: Elma There 5:00 North Thurston There 5:45 & 7:30 Tumwater Here 6:15 & 8:00 Soph: Timberline Here 5:00 Aberdeen There 6:15 & 8:00 Soph: Aberdeen Here 5:00 Chehalis Here 5:45 & 7:30 Centralia There 6:15 & 8:00 Soph: Tumwater There 5:00 Hoquiam Here 5:45 & 7:30 Elma There 6:15 & 8.00 Soph: Elma Here 5:00 Olympia There 5:45 & 7:30 Timberline There 6:15 & 8:00 Soph: Timberline There 5:00 North Thurston Here 5:45 & 7:30 Tumwater There . 6:15 & 8:00 Aberdeen Here 5:45 & 7:30 Soph: Aberdeen There 5:00 Chehalis There 6:15 & 8:00 HEAD COACH: *Ferry Gregg ASS'T COACH: Paul Johansson ASS'T COACH: Bill Brickert ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i WCC In Pre-Season Beat ITT Game Lamp Post 41 Surprise! Suprise! Surprise. The Lamp Post Tavern is not in first place on the Monday night pool league. The Post was upset by the Golden Pheasant Tavern l l to 7. Bob's Tavern, a l0 to 8 victor over Smith's, moved into first place. In other action Betty's Place and the Town Tavern split their eighteen games. On the Wednesday night play the Lamp Post continued to overpower the rest of the league. The Post defeated their nearest rival, the Pheasant 11 to 7. This victory enabled the Lamp Post to increase their league lead to 18 games with just three weeks of play remaining in the first half. A real dog-fight has developed for third, fourth, and fifth place. A total of two games separate Betty's Place, the Town Tavern, and Smith's Tavern. Due to an overdose of food among the players and spectators no games were played this week, therefore no story will appear next week. Action will resume November 29th. LEAGUE STANDINGS Monday Night W L Bob's 73 53 Lamp Post 72 54 Pheasant 70 56 Smith's 60 66 Betty's 57 69 Town ' 4680 Last week's results: Pheasant 11, Post 7 Bob's 1 0, Smith's 8 Betty's 9, Town 9 Inaugurating their basketball season before a large home crowd, the Washington Corrections Center Cougars cruised to a 101-50 win over I.T.T. Rayonier in a Shelton City League pre-season game Wednesday night. Displaying a fast break and the towering leaps of Jack Kellogg the Cougars blew the game open in the 2nd quarter and steadily widened the margin against a game but outmanned bunch of Rayoniers. A tenacious defense held the Rayoniers to 31% from the field, forcing most of the shots from beyond 15 feet. W.C.C. threw in 52% of their shots. In the 3rd quarter Jerry Mallory of Rayonier suffered an ankle injury, but several members of the crowd wheeled him to the hospital for immediate attention. His injury was reported as not serious. Kellogg led the Cougars with 24 points and 18 rebounds, both highs for the game. L. Smith chipped in 23 points to help the W.C.C. cause. Mallory and Johnson led the Rayoniers with 12 points each. Wednesday Night W L Lamp Post 88 38 Pheasant 69 57 Betty's 59 67 Town 58 68 Smith's 57 69 Bob's 47 79 Last week's results: Betty's I 0, Town 8 Post 11, Pheasant 7 Bob's 10, Smith's 8 THE LAW is reason free from passion. Aristotle ' Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, November 25, 1971 COACH DICK WENTZ and his wrestling hopefuls are on their knees preparing for the coming mat season which opens next Wednesday with a match at Montesano. IIIIIIII IIIIIlUlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!111111111111111111111111111111111 ' Hig Q Wed. Dec. 1 ................................... at Montesano Fri. Dec. 3 .................................. at Port Angeles Thurs. Dec. 9 ................................... at Aberdeen Thurs. Dec. 16 ......................... North Thurston HERE Man. Dec. 20 (2:00) ....................... North Kitsap HERE Thurs. Dec. 23 .................................. at Centralia Thurs. Jan. 6 ................................ Olympia HERE Thurs. Jan 13 .................................... at Chehalis Thurs. Jan. 20 ............................. Timberline HERE Thurs. Jan. 27 .................................. at Hoquiam Thurs. Feb. 3 ............................... Tumwater HERE Thurs. Feb. 10 ..................................... at Elma Fri. Feb. 18 ..................................... DISTRICT Fri. Feb.25 ................................... REGIONAL Marcy 3-4 ......................................... STATE TIME OF MATCHES: 6:00 and 7:30 COACHES: Dick Wentz, Head Mike Sims, Assistant ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~uu~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SHELTON JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Terry Dion 173. Men's Hi Series: Dave Hanson 464. Women's Hi Game: Shelley Brown 147. Women's Hi Seriesi Suzi Gruver 386. Standings: Shelton J.C.'s 28-4; VFW Post 1694 21-11; Merv's Tirecap 20-12; Timber Bowl 17-15; Joslin Ins. 15-17; Bob's Shoe Tree 14-18; Eagles 13-19; Hembroff Agency 9-23; The Hut 12-16; Milo's Diner 7-21. Joslin Ins. 1, Rusty Pleins 341L The Hut .3, K!m Pat t.o_n 314L at our Every Saturday at 9:3Lp'm'st 633S. 1st Bob's 4, Les COOk 378; Hembroff 0, Craig Jacobsen 406; Timber Bowl 4, Mike Nolan 358; Milo's 0, Tammy LaDous 290; J.C.'s 3, David Hanson 464; Merv's 1, Jim Robinson 442; VFW 4, Roe Dickinson 429; Eagles 0, Clay Keith 387. Sales .Rentals Repairs Ski School Sign Up Ilow! 223 Cota St. 426-8118 ' TWO OF A RECORD 25 swimmers who have turned Shelton High School's swimming team practice squad's first meet December 17 at Auburn. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . - I' mm,ng c yMCA F Fri. De 17 ...................... at Auburn 2:30 ( .,,,,~J;~IK Wed. Jan 5 ....... Sumner 1-11~" 3:~1 " Fri. Jan. 7 ........... ii i. i ii ii i i i i i ii i i ii... at HoqUla~ ~it ed Jan 12 t OlYrng' , w ................................ a Wed Jan. 19 ........................... Aberdeen H.~;i~4:II ,~ Fri Jan 21.. "Mt Tahoma HI~ ~Idl Wed. Jan 26 . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...', at Tirnberlill, e~iI ,an 28 .................................. at 1 Wed. Feb. 2 ....... Hoquiam r~cil~:II Thurs Fe .............. t TahOm b. 3 ............................ at M .^,~;lII Wed Feb 9 .............................. at N. ThU~'ldlI Sat. Feb. 12 ......................... DISTRICT AT#~OF~[~ Fri-Sat: Feb 25-26 ................. STATE A] v. --- LOCATION OF POOL: Pool Nuotare, Olympic Hiway N. & (Across from airport) Shelton, COACH: Doug Hanna ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ABOUT USED CAR SAVINGS 3-1971 Pontiac Safari Station Wagons 2 and 3 seats. 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