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Out Matlock way. Oe i I t tj BENEATH the Owls' height-adjustable mo- backboard this week are Knight's varsity girls. Cinda Compton with ball in hand. Number 30 up is Renee Chaplin. Just behind her; from left, are ::? ii! Tamara Morris and Mary Diggle. In the back are Sunni Wood, Amber Mark and Cortney Boulton. Not pictured are Karisa Compton and Karissa Camus. basketball: p'n'comers go to the whip ROBERTSON Vhile a couple of perennial went out to wire- wins, a pair of up-and- went to the whip in the to gain similar results local rec basketball race 'ed the quarter pole last 8eaWest Mortgage/Colo's Cor- Outdistanced Olympic Motors/ C.K. 91-54, and Mason Coun- rbage scored a runaway 88- over the Potlatch Pirates. stepped out in the uarter to whip Potlatch 70- and Little Creek Casino broke a neck-and-neck contest tic Motors/S.O.C.K. in quarter, going on to 81-66 after leading by only after three periods. blitzed Olympic 2.K. with a 23-4 first- run and went on to win RANDY REEVES led the way with 27 and Jim Buck and Mark Eichhorn chipped in 16 and 15. Brandon Felix tallied 14 for Oly Motors/S.O.C.K. After a sluggish first quarter, M.C. Garbage poured in 28 more points by halftime to pull away from the Potlatch Pirates. Matt Bogh paced M.C. Garbage with 19, two more than Jason Hitsman and Tracy Johnson. Xavier Brown led the Pirates with 11. Billy Allen tossed in seven of his game-high 19 in a 26-10 third- quarter spree, enabling Skoko- mish to pull away from Potlatch. Rob Brehmeyer also tallied 16 for Skok. LITTLEFOOT Ellenwood hit for 13, including four launches from behind the arc, for the Pirates. Little Creek used a 29-18 fourth-quarter advantage to stretch out its narrow four-point margin to a final lead of 15. Victor Andrews and Clinton Coley paced the winners with 29 and 22. Tim Weeks scored 13 for Olympic Motors/S.O.C.K. SeaWest/Colo's 23 44 62 91 Oly Motors/S.O.C.K. 4 26 44 54 SeaWest/Colo's - Randy Reeves 27, Jim Buck 16, Mark Eichhorn 15, Scott River 7, Eric Ziegler 6, Greg Harvey 6, Mark Ziegler 6, Dan Rodius 5, Brad Lev 3. FG -35; F'T- 12-18 (67%). Olympic Motors/S.O.C.K.- Brandon Fe- lix 14, Mike Hammonds 10, LaShon Powell 7, John Glenewinkel 6, Brock Lethbridge 6, Tim Weeks 6, Dave Clark 3, Dan Gosser 2. FG - 21 ; FT - 6-11 (55%). Mason County Gsrbage 12 40 65 88 Potlatch Pirates 6 12 27 44 Mason County Garbage - Matt Bogh 19, Jason Hitsman 17, Tracy Johnson 17, Chris Giralcles 10, Mike Bogh 10, Joey Robertson 9, Pat Rhodes 6. FG - 40; FT - 3-7 (43%). Potlatch Pirates - Xavier Brown t 1, Ron Johnson 10, Troy Matheny 7, Jamie Marley 6, Littlefoot Ellenwood 6, Jeremiah Johns 2, Tracy Otis 2. FG - 18; FT- 5-9 (56%). Skokomish 12 30 56 70 Potlatch Pirates 8 25 31 56 Skokomish - Billy Allen 19, Rob Breh- meyer 16, Trevor Peterson 10, Marty Peter- son 9, Eric Burfiend 8, Ed Longshore 4, Tom Grover 2, Fleet Johns 2. FG - 31; FT - 7-10 (70%). Potlatch Pirates - Littlefoot Ellenwood 13, Xavier Brown 11, Troy Matheny 10, Ja- mie Marley 8, Ron Johnson 7, Jeremiah Johns 7, Mark Snyder, Tracy Otis, FG - 22; FT - 2-10 (20%). Little Creek Casino 13 31 52 81 Oly Motors/S.O.C.K. 16 33 48 66 Little Creek Casino - Victor Andrews 29, Clinton Coley 22, Kevin Sutterlict 17, Antho- ny Brown 11, Moon Nichols 2, Tony Rivers. FG - unavailable; FT - unavailable. Olympic Motors/S.O.C.K. - Tim Weeks 13, John Glenewinkel 10, Brock Lethbridge 10, Mike Hammonds 10, LaShon Powell 9, Brandon Felix 7, Dan Gosser 6, Dave Clark 1. FG - unavailable; FT - unavailable. STANDINGS (as of 12/13) Mason County Garbage 2-0 SeaWest/Colo's Corner 2-0 Skokomish 2-1 Little Creek Casino 1-2 Olympic Motors/S.O,C.K. 1-2 Potlatch Pirates 0-3 00Um Fort Vancouver 51-30 atmen post first win le's millennium mat- notched their first teamwise last week, bumping off Vancouver in the midst of iangular-meet outing down later they took on :on to kick off league 28, HUDSON'S BAY 44 Jesse (last name not given) of 3ay pinned Brandon Heck at 1:13, double forfeiture. Adam Carey (S) decisioned Barak Jared Cox (HB) pinned Ethan at 1:30, leading 6-0. Bryan Woods iS) pinned Dennis 1:50, leading 2-0. Brett Pacheo (HB) pinned Evan ' at 1:30, tied 2-2 at the time. remy Janda (S) decisioned Matt Marcos Guterrez (HB) pinned 1:45, trailing 4-6. Vic Gardenhirs (S) pinned John :30, leading 4-1. Seth Ashdow (HB) pinned Aaron 1:30, leading 7-0. (S) decisioned Greg after jumping to a 6-2 lead. White) (HB) pinned Bran- don Devaney at 1:30, tied 4-4 at the time. 215 - Nick Cronquist (S) pinned Jake Taylor at 1:22, leading 2-0, 275 - Mike Lewis (HB) pinned Scott Gunter at 1:30, leading 2-0. SHELTON 51, FORT VANCOUVER 30 103 - Dan Ciorba (FV) pinned Brandon Heck at 0:59, tied 2-2 at the time. 112 - double forfeiture. 119 - Adam Carey (S) decisioned Brian Hirschberger 9-8. 125 - double forfeiture. 130 - Bryan Woods(S) pinned Roy Sla- yen at 3:20, leading 10-2. 135 - Joe Nicholas (FV) pinned Evan Whitney in the first round, leading 8-2 (exact time not given). 140 - Rich Vigorito (FV) pinned Jeremy Janda in the first round, leading 8-1 (exact time not given). 145 - Kelly Weston (S) pinned Michael Cervantes, leading 7-2 at the time. 152 - Vic Gardenhirs (S) pinned Brian Wilson at 1:45, leading 10-2 at the time. 160 - Aaron Gallington (S) won by for- feiture. 171 - Eric Whitney (S) pinned Stephan Sanvele at 1:31, leading 2-0. 189 - Brandon Devaney (S) decisioned Casey Box 2-1. 215 - Nick Cronquist (S) won by for- feiture. 275 - Scott Guntsr (S) pinned Jonathan Turley at 1:30, leading by an undisclosed margin. SHELTON 55, NORTH THURSTON 16 103 - Sam Luedtke (S) won by forfeiture. 112 -Adam Carsy (S) won by forfeiture. 119 - Ethan Peterson (S) won by forfei- ture. 125 - Danny Halgh (S) won by forfeiture. 130 - Bryan Woods (S) decistoned Alex Little 10-3. 135 - Jeff Skewis (NT) pinned Evan Whitney at 0:59, leading 4-1. 140 - Chris Mosher (S) won by for- feiture. 145 - Kelly Weston (S) won by forfeiture. 152 - Vic Gardenhire (S) won by for- feiture. 160 - Angelo Fantozzi (S) won by for- feiture. 171 - Andrew Petre (NT) pinned Jake Pogreba at 1:10, leading 2-0. 189 - Adam Williams (NT) dscisioned Brandon Devaney 7-2. 215 - Nick CronquJst (S) decisioned Chris Keeney 11-2. 275 - Kyle Keeney (NT) decisoned Dean Luedtke 15-0. SHELTON 18, CHEHALIS 44 103 - Sam Luedtke (S) pinned Kris No- lan in the first round (time undisclosed), leading 2-0. 112 -Adam Carey (S) pinned Kris Leece in the first round (time undisclosed), leading 5-2. 119 - Chshalis won by forfeiture. 125 -Vernon Keech (Ch) pinned Danny Halgh in the second round (time undis- closed), leading 5-0. 130 - Brad Gowing (Ch) major-deci- sioned Bryan Woods 11-0. 135 - Jacob Tobin (Ch) pinned Evan Whitney (time undisclosed). 140 - double forfeiture. 145 - Ramon Hamilton (Ch) pinned Kelly Weston in the second round (time undis- closed), trailing 2-6. 152 - Vie Gardenhire iS) decisioned Jeremy Byrd 7-0. 160 - Steve Styger (Ch) superior-deci- sionsd Angelo Fantozzi 16-1. 171 - Jim Wilson (Ch) pinned Jake Pogreba in the first round (time undis- closed), leading 2-0, 189-Andy Olsen (Ch) decisioned Bran- don Devaney 7-0. 215 - Nick Cronquist (S) decisioned Brandon Stroup 12-4 after leading 2-1 after one round and 4-1 after two. 275 - Dan McKeegan (Ch) major-deci- sioned Dean Luedtke 16-2. 00owling SIMPSON LEAGUE 11/29199 First 17-7, Moose 17-7, Clark 14-10, Castle 14-10, Mot 13-11, Red 11-13, Timber 11-13, Bull 10-14, Harveys 7-17, White 0-24. Men's Hi Game: Arden Merriman, 245. Men's Hi Series: Pa Brown, 627. ', i THE KNIGHT BOYS' varsity performers huddle in practice this week. Clockwise from near left are Keith Diggle, Isaac Richards, Jacob An- derson, Aaron Brehmeyer, John Anderson, Kris Boulton and Kyle King- man. Not pictured is Chris Shelton. X-country trio all-conference Three Climber cross-country runners have been accorded all- conference honors this month by vote of the Pac-9 League head coaches. Joining the first-team elite are senior Dale Fox and sophomore Vic Carpenter among the boys and junior Jamie Coughlin among the girls. All three were repeat perform- ers at state, where Fox led the way by finishing second in the 4-A field. Only one other runner in Climber history, early Nineties state champ Aaron Brown, boasts a higher finish there. Rounding out this year's all- league rosters are Black Hills' Justin Bodeutsch, Jake Haag, Colt Fry, Tylar Stephenson, Kir- sten Bjork, Ashley Valentine and Shelby Moore; Aberdeen's Terry Brock and Alicia Van Volkinburg; Tumwater's Nathan Chambers, Cole Abernathy, B.J. Gaither, Kristie McLain and Angels Burgett; North Thurston's Tyler Steele; Centralia's Courtney Morley, and Timberline's Jovi Velasco. Spike Owls recognized All-league honors have befallen a foursome from out in Matlock this winter. Pacific League volleyball hon- orees all, they include Mary M. Knight's second-year head men- tor, league "Coach of the Year" Kitty Brehmeyer; honorable-men- tion picks Sunni Wood (senior, all-around) and Cinda Compton (six-foot junior middle blocker), and "all-academic" honoree Cort- ney Boulton (junior, 4.0 gpa). The spike, Owls fashioned a breakthrough 7-6 this past sea- son. The awards were bestowed by vote of the Owls' opposing league coaches. :i PAPPY VOSS CLASSIC LEAGU E 1111 2/99 Men's Hi Game: Shane Rau, 279. Men's Hi Series: Arden Merriman, 675. Women's Hi Game: Denise Jewell, 200. Women's Hi Series: Linda Warner, 544. Splits: John Bunting 3-10, Bob Phillips 3-10. PAPPY VOSS CLASSIC LEAGUE 11/27/99 Mason 12-3, JWD 12-3, WaI-Mart 10-5, Oly/npic 8-7, Dans 7-8, SRCO 5-10, MVP 3- 12, Timber 3-12. Men's HI Game and Series: Arden Merri- man, 269 and 700, Women's Hi Game and Series: Anne Sny- der, 197 and 534, Splits: Anne Snyder, 3-6-7-10. Cue View Mason County Fall P0ol League Standings (Week 12) Division A Doo Wop Dagmars 79-65 Roadside Roosters 73-71 Town Pub Smokers 69-59 Sail Inn Dolphins 63-65 Fir Cone 4Lagers 63-65 D&D Derelicts 53-75 Division B Log Cabin High Rollers 126-50 Roadside Tomcats 97-63 D&D Gumps 95-65 1st Street Pounders 86-74 Town Pub Hellions 72-104 Fir Cone 4Vex 54-106 Sail Inn Sharks 46-114 II I II II For The GOLFERS On Your List (Non-golfers, too!} LAKE LIMERICK PRO SHOP ANNUAL CHRISTMASI0000 ' ' Slotline00A/00E -__n. % PuttersS49 Putters 20 OFF 1 Only Great Big Bertha l ",conditioned Was $499 Now 199 IT OF 10ray L.H. Orlimar 13 N'S & $2009 Now 179 WOlVl" 0O/o oFF -000RA002u Top Flite 2000 Balls Only $1450per Dozen JR.sTRTE RSETS Wc have a great, selection IIIUDIG-_s 0  - sETS 2" Oyc/S MANY OTHER SPECIALS oI' clubs, bags, balls. GIFT CERTIFICATES LAKE LIMERICK PRO SHOP 426-6290 ' %, ......  East 811 St. --- Andrews Drive III IIIIII I I II I I II Thursday, December 16, 1999 - Shelton-Mason County Journal- Page 21 Out Matlock way. Oe i I t tj BENEATH the Owls' height-adjustable mo- backboard this week are Knight's varsity girls. Cinda Compton with ball in hand. Number 30 up is Renee Chaplin. Just behind her; from left, are ::? ii! Tamara Morris and Mary Diggle. In the back are Sunni Wood, Amber Mark and Cortney Boulton. Not pictured are Karisa Compton and Karissa Camus. basketball: p'n'comers go to the whip ROBERTSON Vhile a couple of perennial went out to wire- wins, a pair of up-and- went to the whip in the to gain similar results local rec basketball race 'ed the quarter pole last 8eaWest Mortgage/Colo's Cor- Outdistanced Olympic Motors/ C.K. 91-54, and Mason Coun- rbage scored a runaway 88- over the Potlatch Pirates. stepped out in the uarter to whip Potlatch 70- and Little Creek Casino broke a neck-and-neck contest tic Motors/S.O.C.K. in quarter, going on to 81-66 after leading by only after three periods. blitzed Olympic 2.K. with a 23-4 first- run and went on to win RANDY REEVES led the way with 27 and Jim Buck and Mark Eichhorn chipped in 16 and 15. Brandon Felix tallied 14 for Oly Motors/S.O.C.K. After a sluggish first quarter, M.C. Garbage poured in 28 more points by halftime to pull away from the Potlatch Pirates. Matt Bogh paced M.C. Garbage with 19, two more than Jason Hitsman and Tracy Johnson. Xavier Brown led the Pirates with 11. Billy Allen tossed in seven of his game-high 19 in a 26-10 third- quarter spree, enabling Skoko- mish to pull away from Potlatch. Rob Brehmeyer also tallied 16 for Skok. LITTLEFOOT Ellenwood hit for 13, including four launches from behind the arc, for the Pirates. Little Creek used a 29-18 fourth-quarter advantage to stretch out its narrow four-point margin to a final lead of 15. Victor Andrews and Clinton Coley paced the winners with 29 and 22. Tim Weeks scored 13 for Olympic Motors/S.O.C.K. SeaWest/Colo's 23 44 62 91 Oly Motors/S.O.C.K. 4 26 44 54 SeaWest/Colo's - Randy Reeves 27, Jim Buck 16, Mark Eichhorn 15, Scott River 7, Eric Ziegler 6, Greg Harvey 6, Mark Ziegler 6, Dan Rodius 5, Brad Lev 3. FG -35; F'T- 12-18 (67%). Olympic Motors/S.O.C.K.- Brandon Fe- lix 14, Mike Hammonds 10, LaShon Powell 7, John Glenewinkel 6, Brock Lethbridge 6, Tim Weeks 6, Dave Clark 3, Dan Gosser 2. FG - 21 ; FT - 6-11 (55%). Mason County Gsrbage 12 40 65 88 Potlatch Pirates 6 12 27 44 Mason County Garbage - Matt Bogh 19, Jason Hitsman 17, Tracy Johnson 17, Chris Giralcles 10, Mike Bogh 10, Joey Robertson 9, Pat Rhodes 6. FG - 40; FT - 3-7 (43%). Potlatch Pirates - Xavier Brown t 1, Ron Johnson 10, Troy Matheny 7, Jamie Marley 6, Littlefoot Ellenwood 6, Jeremiah Johns 2, Tracy Otis 2. FG - 18; FT- 5-9 (56%). Skokomish 12 30 56 70 Potlatch Pirates 8 25 31 56 Skokomish - Billy Allen 19, Rob Breh- meyer 16, Trevor Peterson 10, Marty Peter- son 9, Eric Burfiend 8, Ed Longshore 4, Tom Grover 2, Fleet Johns 2. FG - 31; FT - 7-10 (70%). Potlatch Pirates - Littlefoot Ellenwood 13, Xavier Brown 11, Troy Matheny 10, Ja- mie Marley 8, Ron Johnson 7, Jeremiah Johns 7, Mark Snyder, Tracy Otis, FG - 22; FT - 2-10 (20%). Little Creek Casino 13 31 52 81 Oly Motors/S.O.C.K. 16 33 48 66 Little Creek Casino - Victor Andrews 29, Clinton Coley 22, Kevin Sutterlict 17, Antho- ny Brown 11, Moon Nichols 2, Tony Rivers. FG - unavailable; FT - unavailable. Olympic Motors/S.O.C.K. - Tim Weeks 13, John Glenewinkel 10, Brock Lethbridge 10, Mike Hammonds 10, LaShon Powell 9, Brandon Felix 7, Dan Gosser 6, Dave Clark 1. FG - unavailable; FT - unavailable. STANDINGS (as of 12/13) Mason County Garbage 2-0 SeaWest/Colo's Corner 2-0 Skokomish 2-1 Little Creek Casino 1-2 Olympic Motors/S.O,C.K. 1-2 Potlatch Pirates 0-3 00Um Fort Vancouver 51-30 atmen post first win le's millennium mat- notched their first teamwise last week, bumping off Vancouver in the midst of iangular-meet outing down later they took on :on to kick off league 28, HUDSON'S BAY 44 Jesse (last name not given) of 3ay pinned Brandon Heck at 1:13, double forfeiture. Adam Carey (S) decisioned Barak Jared Cox (HB) pinned Ethan at 1:30, leading 6-0. Bryan Woods iS) pinned Dennis 1:50, leading 2-0. Brett Pacheo (HB) pinned Evan ' at 1:30, tied 2-2 at the time. remy Janda (S) decisioned Matt Marcos Guterrez (HB) pinned 1:45, trailing 4-6. Vic Gardenhirs (S) pinned John :30, leading 4-1. Seth Ashdow (HB) pinned Aaron 1:30, leading 7-0. (S) decisioned Greg after jumping to a 6-2 lead. White) (HB) pinned Bran- don Devaney at 1:30, tied 4-4 at the time. 215 - Nick Cronquist (S) pinned Jake Taylor at 1:22, leading 2-0, 275 - Mike Lewis (HB) pinned Scott Gunter at 1:30, leading 2-0. SHELTON 51, FORT VANCOUVER 30 103 - Dan Ciorba (FV) pinned Brandon Heck at 0:59, tied 2-2 at the time. 112 - double forfeiture. 119 - Adam Carey (S) decisioned Brian Hirschberger 9-8. 125 - double forfeiture. 130 - Bryan Woods(S) pinned Roy Sla- yen at 3:20, leading 10-2. 135 - Joe Nicholas (FV) pinned Evan Whitney in the first round, leading 8-2 (exact time not given). 140 - Rich Vigorito (FV) pinned Jeremy Janda in the first round, leading 8-1 (exact time not given). 145 - Kelly Weston (S) pinned Michael Cervantes, leading 7-2 at the time. 152 - Vic Gardenhirs (S) pinned Brian Wilson at 1:45, leading 10-2 at the time. 160 - Aaron Gallington (S) won by for- feiture. 171 - Eric Whitney (S) pinned Stephan Sanvele at 1:31, leading 2-0. 189 - Brandon Devaney (S) decisioned Casey Box 2-1. 215 - Nick Cronquist (S) won by for- feiture. 275 - Scott Guntsr (S) pinned Jonathan Turley at 1:30, leading by an undisclosed margin. SHELTON 55, NORTH THURSTON 16 103 - Sam Luedtke (S) won by forfeiture. 112 -Adam Carsy (S) won by forfeiture. 119 - Ethan Peterson (S) won by forfei- ture. 125 - Danny Halgh (S) won by forfeiture. 130 - Bryan Woods (S) decistoned Alex Little 10-3. 135 - Jeff Skewis (NT) pinned Evan Whitney at 0:59, leading 4-1. 140 - Chris Mosher (S) won by for- feiture. 145 - Kelly Weston (S) won by forfeiture. 152 - Vic Gardenhire (S) won by for- feiture. 160 - Angelo Fantozzi (S) won by for- feiture. 171 - Andrew Petre (NT) pinned Jake Pogreba at 1:10, leading 2-0. 189 - Adam Williams (NT) dscisioned Brandon Devaney 7-2. 215 - Nick CronquJst (S) decisioned Chris Keeney 11-2. 275 - Kyle Keeney (NT) decisoned Dean Luedtke 15-0. SHELTON 18, CHEHALIS 44 103 - Sam Luedtke (S) pinned Kris No- lan in the first round (time undisclosed), leading 2-0. 112 -Adam Carey (S) pinned Kris Leece in the first round (time undisclosed), leading 5-2. 119 - Chshalis won by forfeiture. 125 -Vernon Keech (Ch) pinned Danny Halgh in the second round (time undis- closed), leading 5-0. 130 - Brad Gowing (Ch) major-deci- sioned Bryan Woods 11-0. 135 - Jacob Tobin (Ch) pinned Evan Whitney (time undisclosed). 140 - double forfeiture. 145 - Ramon Hamilton (Ch) pinned Kelly Weston in the second round (time undis- closed), trailing 2-6. 152 - Vie Gardenhire iS) decisioned Jeremy Byrd 7-0. 160 - Steve Styger (Ch) superior-deci- sionsd Angelo Fantozzi 16-1. 171 - Jim Wilson (Ch) pinned Jake Pogreba in the first round (time undis- closed), leading 2-0, 189-Andy Olsen (Ch) decisioned Bran- don Devaney 7-0. 215 - Nick Cronquist (S) decisioned Brandon Stroup 12-4 after leading 2-1 after one round and 4-1 after two. 275 - Dan McKeegan (Ch) major-deci- sioned Dean Luedtke 16-2. 00owling SIMPSON LEAGUE 11/29199 First 17-7, Moose 17-7, Clark 14-10, Castle 14-10, Mot 13-11, Red 11-13, Timber 11-13, Bull 10-14, Harveys 7-17, White 0-24. Men's Hi Game: Arden Merriman, 245. Men's Hi Series: Pa Brown, 627. ', i THE KNIGHT BOYS' varsity performers huddle in practice this week. Clockwise from near left are Keith Diggle, Isaac Richards, Jacob An- derson, Aaron Brehmeyer, John Anderson, Kris Boulton and Kyle King- man. Not pictured is Chris Shelton. X-country trio all-conference Three Climber cross-country runners have been accorded all- conference honors this month by vote of the Pac-9 League head coaches. Joining the first-team elite are senior Dale Fox and sophomore Vic Carpenter among the boys and junior Jamie Coughlin among the girls. All three were repeat perform- ers at state, where Fox led the way by finishing second in the 4-A field. Only one other runner in Climber history, early Nineties state champ Aaron Brown, boasts a higher finish there. Rounding out this year's all- league rosters are Black Hills' Justin Bodeutsch, Jake Haag, Colt Fry, Tylar Stephenson, Kir- sten Bjork, Ashley Valentine and Shelby Moore; Aberdeen's Terry Brock and Alicia Van Volkinburg; Tumwater's Nathan Chambers, Cole Abernathy, B.J. Gaither, Kristie McLain and Angels Burgett; North Thurston's Tyler Steele; Centralia's Courtney Morley, and Timberline's Jovi Velasco. Spike Owls recognized All-league honors have befallen a foursome from out in Matlock this winter. Pacific League volleyball hon- orees all, they include Mary M. Knight's second-year head men- tor, league "Coach of the Year" Kitty Brehmeyer; honorable-men- tion picks Sunni Wood (senior, all-around) and Cinda Compton (six-foot junior middle blocker), and "all-academic" honoree Cort- ney Boulton (junior, 4.0 gpa). The spike, Owls fashioned a breakthrough 7-6 this past sea- son. The awards were bestowed by vote of the Owls' opposing league coaches. :i PAPPY VOSS CLASSIC LEAGU E 1111 2/99 Men's Hi Game: Shane Rau, 279. Men's Hi Series: Arden Merriman, 675. Women's Hi Game: Denise Jewell, 200. Women's Hi Series: Linda Warner, 544. Splits: John Bunting 3-10, Bob Phillips 3-10. PAPPY VOSS CLASSIC LEAGUE 11/27/99 Mason 12-3, JWD 12-3, WaI-Mart 10-5, Oly/npic 8-7, Dans 7-8, SRCO 5-10, MVP 3- 12, Timber 3-12. Men's HI Game and Series: Arden Merri- man, 269 and 700, Women's Hi Game and Series: Anne Sny- der, 197 and 534, Splits: Anne Snyder, 3-6-7-10. Cue View Mason County Fall P0ol League Standings (Week 12) Division A Doo Wop Dagmars 79-65 Roadside Roosters 73-71 Town Pub Smokers 69-59 Sail Inn Dolphins 63-65 Fir Cone 4Lagers 63-65 D&D Derelicts 53-75 Division B Log Cabin High Rollers 126-50 Roadside Tomcats 97-63 D&D Gumps 95-65 1st Street Pounders 86-74 Town Pub Hellions 72-104 Fir Cone 4Vex 54-106 Sail Inn Sharks 46-114 II I II II For The GOLFERS On Your List (Non-golfers, too!} LAKE LIMERICK PRO SHOP ANNUAL CHRISTMASI0000 ' ' Slotline00A/00E -__n. % PuttersS49 Putters 20 OFF 1 Only Great Big Bertha l ",conditioned Was $499 Now 199 IT OF 10ray L.H. Orlimar 13 N'S & $2009 Now 179 WOlVl" 0O/o oFF -000RA002u Top Flite 2000 Balls Only $1450per Dozen JR.sTRTE RSETS Wc have a great, selection IIIUDIG-_s 0  - sETS 2" Oyc/S MANY OTHER SPECIALS oI' clubs, bags, balls. GIFT CERTIFICATES LAKE LIMERICK PRO SHOP 426-6290 ' %, ......  East 811 St. --- Andrews Drive III IIIIII I I II I I II