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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 Streaking Jefferson, 5-2,. Wh.ips Loudoun County, Broad Run Bishop Walsh, Keyser Provide Competition OUT AT JEFFERSON HIGH--Jeff former Jefferson High, and Potomac baseball star, now a member of the New farm system, is already getting in for the coming 1982 season by working out e machines in the Jefferson High Jeff, who was a standout for the (N.C.) Hornets of the South Atlantic last season played ball last Fall in the Instructional League program in Florida before returning to his home Charles Town. Jeff, who was named as major league prospect in the entire Atlantic League last season, hopes to be up to a higher class baseball league this possibly to Nashville, Tenn. TO WRESTLING PROGRAM--The County Junior Wrestling program last year is off to a fine start in 1982 season, with a lot of enthusiasm among a host of interest youngsters, a fine coaching and a fine schedule of ten matches, along Participation in several fine post-season This program should do much to future prospects for the Jefferson High which has turned out some who won regional and state-wide but as a team has not in recent years had good wrestlers in all the various weight to be contenders for a state champion- The Junior Wrestling program was and developed to create more interest on the elementary and Junior High HAND INJURY--Charlie Winston, Was a substitute catcher on the fine Jeffer- baseball team last season, met with a accident Monday at the James Vocational Technical School near Mar- that might affect his high school career. Charlie lost half of his finger on when someone slammed a door on Unfortunately the accident was to his arm. Full details of the accident were available at this writing as to whether doc- able to sew the finger back on and have full use of it. During Coming Week The streaking Jefferson High Cougars, showing the promise that Coach Charlie Scott felt was present when he started this current cage season, romped to a pair of easy victories during the past week. On last Friday, Jefferson whipped Broad Run, 75-58; then on Tuesday evening the Cougars walloped Loudoun County, 75-49 both in sur- prisingly easy fashion. They'll face a pair of tough tests during the next week, however, both on the road. On Friday, Cougars will clash with Bishop Waish in Cum- berland, Md., and next Tuesday they'll face the Golden Tornado of Keyser in Keyser. Then, on Friday, January 22, still on the road, they'll take on the currently un- defeated Frederick High Cadets, before returning.home Saturday, January 23, to face Broad Run. So far, the Cougars have lost only two encounters in seven starts, to Frederick in the season opener, and to Williamson in the holiday tournament at Martinsburg. The losses were to superior teams, and only in the Frederick game was Jef- ferson "blown out." However, there has been steady improvement since the start of the year, and Coach Scott is still aiming for ad- ditional improvement. In the Broad Run game last week, Carlton Branson scored 21 points, Curtiss Hosby 14, and Roy Banjoman 12 for the 17th ranked Cougars. Against Londoun County, Hoshy had 18 points, and Banjoman 17 to pace the way. As for the Jefferson junior varsity, coached by John Lowery, they've been suc- cessful as well, with their record now standing at 3-1. In more recent games they topped l.)udpoun Valley 5743; Broad Run 50-18; and Tuesday evening whipped Loudoun Co., 46 to 26. They only loss was to North Hagerstown, 68- 55. Against Loudoun Valley, John Berry scored 19 and Charles Twyman as the Little Cougars scored big (14-6) in the third quarter to ice the game. At Broad Run, Berry had 15, Twyman 10, while Brock Winfrey and Allen Edwards each had 8. A big second half in which Jefferson outscored the opposition 38-8, spelled the difference. In the North Hagerstown game, Brock Winfrey had 22 points, but the host Hubs outscored he little Cougars, 38- 23, in the second half to post the win. Against Loudoun County Tuesday evening, Winfrey and Berry scored 13 apiece, Twyman 11, Tim Williams, 8, and Jay Bell 2 while Stacey Viands played an excellent floor game. Traci Albin Set Outstanding Record In Tennis Past Year MCDONALD DIES--Jim Morison tells us (Bob) McDonald, former resident of but for some years retired and in Panama City, Florida, died at his Dec. 26. Bob, who attended Mount St. and Shepherd College, before getting a degree from Catholic University, D.C., played some basketball in his School and college days. He practiced law in for some years. He is survived by a in Staunton, Va., a sister Mary Ella in Martinsburg and a cousin in Mar- Clarence E. Martin, Jr. DECISION--Reorganization of (Va.) Royals baseball team of League is expected to step up in tempo the team's new manager is named next week. Team officials are talking three different college assistant baseball in an effort to find a replacement for who led the team to league titles in years the Royals were a part of the League. Bryant notified the Royals' Manager Joe Pasquali, some months Would not be back this season since he is job offers. In his three years as Bryant complied a record of 108 wins 34 defeats. The three candidates that consulted about the lob are: an coach at Clemson University and a assistant at Auburn University. said as soon as the new coach is named Royals he will be given almost complete of recruiting for this year's team. Junior Wrestlers Season With Victory Junior for their 1982 : Jefferson High January 9, at. The Jefferson hosted who is one of leagues. Wrestlers matches out of 82 one. The boys each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. ).m. doubts in faras if : is cancelled, you to WXVA. Town's two Coaching staff for inch.,da Bob Gene Vrtmis, Rm and many other Sue Oden and aron Dodson are in charge of the concession stand thb year, and R will be open at all the home matches. The Wrestling orters for this year are Dawn Viands and Kelly Gwynn. Officers for the 1982 season are Bob Gwynn, President; Ed Clopper, Vice president; and Debbie White, secretary. treasurer. These people along with many other including the parents, wrestlers and sup porters of the league, all make it happen. The schedule for the 1982 Wrestling Season is as follows: January 16, away, Hagerstown; Jan. 23, Here, Greencastle; Jan. 30, Away, Frederick; February 6, Away, Srrdtheburg; Feb. 13, Here, BiglerviUe; Feb. 20, Away, Boiling Springs; Feb. 27, Here, Hanover; March 6, Open; March 13, Here, Mar Traci Albin, a 16 year.old sophomore at Jefferson High School enjoyed an outr- standing year in tennis damg 1981. Traci gained the finals of 18 tournament events in both junior age group and aduR competition. She also earned the most outstanding player awards at the Mercershurg Academy tennis camp andas the top player on the Jefferson Junior Tennis team. Her latest accomplishment was being named as one of the out- standing players in leading the Jefferson County team to the championship of the Loudoun County team to the championship of the Loudoun County Indoor junior team tennis tournament held December 28-29 in Leesbtwg, Virginia. Traci will be counted on to contribute to the success of the Jefferson High girls' team this spring in their bid for regional and state honors and also has another year remaining in the same age group (16 and un- Penn Southern (District Tournament); March 20, Away, Mar Penn Finals: Smithsburg; March 27, Away, AAU District: Keyser. All home games will start at 11:00 a.m., at Jefferson High Schools' gym, with the ex- ception of Whrch 13, it will start at 10:00 a.m., but will still be held at Jefferson's gym. All away matches will have the time announced at a later date. The Jefferson Junior Wrestling League would like to see all faro come out and support the team. der) this summer. Her current success did not come without hard work. An outstanding com- petitive swimmer who won district and regional swim. ruing honors as a member of the Hagerstown YMCA swim team Traci made the change to tennis at the age of 13. She started out as the number 22 player on the junior high team out of 26 girl players and moved to the number five position by the end of this her seventh grade season. In the eighth grade she rotated at the number one position and as a ninth grader she played the number one position in beth singles and doubles. During the spring smnmer months she spends several hours each day on the courts and does weight training for tone in the off season. Realizing that tennis is a year round activity for the serious player she is actively involved in the Jefferson Junior indoor tennis proam held at Leesburg, Virginia. Traci's twenty-one trophies earned during 1981 broke the old county women's record held by Pam Pierce, then a high school senior in 1976. Traci's favorite professional player is Andrea Jaeger. Traci is the daughter of Darlene Albin and lives in Orchard Hills in Ransom (Photo by Sonny Chamblin). tmka Sleepy Hollow Awards Banquet At Hemy's Jan. 25 The annual Sleepy Hollow Golf Course awards banquet dinner will he held Monday night, January 25 at Henry's Country Inn, Shepherdstown. Club chairman Ted Johnson said the price per person will be $7.50 which includes tips and tax. Drinks will be provided by the tournament committee free of charge. Awards to 1981 tournament champions will be made following dinner and a new slate of club officials will be elected at a business session to follow the evenings en- tertainment. Dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m., presented by a cocktail hour at 6:30p.m. Reservations may be made by calliong Ted Johnson 876-2209 or Don Clendening 725-2455. Reser- vation deadline is Monday, January 18. Jefferson Athletic Boosters To Meet ! The Jefferson High Athletic Roosters will meet on Wed. nesday, January 20th, at 7:00 p.m. in the school cafteria. Request all interested people be present. Wrestling Officiating Class Jan. 20 All residents of Jefferson County over sixteen years of age with high school wrestling experience who are interested in becoming a wrestling of. ficial should meet at the Jefferson High School Gym on Wednesday, January 20, 1982, at 8:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., to begin instruction. There will be 4 One House Sessions of in- struction. If you desire more in- formation, please contact J.V. Walter, HI, at 725-9741. Ice Skating Is On Agenda Get out the ice skates and sharpen up the blades. The weatherman, the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission and the Leetown Fish Hatchery are joining forces to again offer a Com- munity Ice Skating Program this winter at the Leetown Fish Hatchery. The Parks and Recreation Commission and the Fish Hatchery have been ready for several weeks and are awaiting final word from the weatherman concerning ice.making availability. And with the sub-freezing tom- peratures that have gripped the entire season part of the nation, the community Ice skating program should be able to begin this weekend, barring snow or unseasonal warm weather. The community ice skating hours will be limited to Saturday and Sunday af- ternoons from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m., when and only if all conditions such as guard availability, necessary ice thickness, and proper weather forecasts are met. If all of these conditions are met, skating will continue every weekend until "Spring thaw." In the case that all the con. cUtions are being met for a particular day, a sign reading "Ice Skating Ponds - Open" will he posted at the entrance to the access road leading to the Fish Hatchery Ponds. If conditions are not correct for safe, enjoyable skating, a sign saying "Ice Skating Ponds - Closed" will be posted, in which case positively no one will be allowed access to the skaUng ponds. This ice skating program is, open to the public free of any charge. If anyone is interested in serv!ing as an ice skating guard, R is not too late to sign up. Your help is greatly needed. You can sign up for one or both days and you will be volunteering to serve your community while providing wholesome recreational skating. Instructors are also urgently needed and may open the doors for new ice skating lesson programs. For sign up, or more information about the program, contact Dave ]hese Are The Basketball Stars Of The Future These are, hopefully, the basketball stars of the future, the members of the seventh grade team at the Charles Town Junior High School, coached by Charlie Hine. They, together with the eighth graders, open the 1982 season at Wardensville High Monday evening. They are, kneeling, left to right, Devin Walker, Derek Hester, Brian Romine and Eric Jones. Standing, Donnie Hawkins, manager, Kevin Hine, Kevin Doleman, Don Hosby, Jack Jones, Darren Hine and Coach Hine. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Five Teams Tied For c,a,00 Town Jr. High 7th Graders Midget CageLeague TopShepherdstown The Charles Town Junior Lead In Early Play IT'S TWO FOR THE SONICS--Patrick Ramey, (No. 12), leading scorer for the Sonics of the Charles Town Midget League, shoves in a jump shot over the outstretched arms of J. Pierson of the Blazers in the game Saturday, Jan. 9 in which the Sonics scored a 31-14 victory over the Blaxers. This is one of five field goals which Ramey scored in the game. Pierson who played a fine defensive game for the Blazers, also scored four points. (Photo by Eddie E.Z. Davis) CHARLES IDWNMIDGET three and G. Banner and J. BASKE'rBAILEAGUE Scott each had two. J. STANDING OFTEAMS Chrisman led the scoring Eor TEAMS W-L the Bulls with 14 points, while Royals P,--1 B. Lowery had six. D. Puller 5 Bulls 2--1 and W. Sanderson two. Celtics 2--1 In the first of two games Sonics 2--1 played Jan. 6 the Lakers got Lakers $--1 their second victory by Bullets 1--2 defeating the Celtics 33-26, and Hawks I--2 in the second game, the Sonics Blazers 0--3 blasted the Bullets by a 21-4 score. Games On Tap In the Laker-Celtics hattie, Friday, Jan. 15 -- Bulls vs 0m Lakes took an 18-12 Bullets and Blazers vs half time lead and never Celtics. trailed. H. Edwards led the Saturday, Jan. 16 -- BMlets scoring for the Lakers with 12 vs Blazers; Celtics vs Bulls; points, while D. Edwards and Royak w Lakers; and Hawks K. Bunny had six each. M. w Seaics. Wright had three and D. Latman and J. Manuel two After the second week of each. For the Celtics Mahoney play in the Charles Town - was the big scorer with 17 Ranson Midget Basketball points, while Hosby had four League a total of five teams and Can" and Redgers two are battling for the league each. lead with 2-I records. This is In the second game Jan. 6 the hottest the race has been the Sonics and Bullets played in the early stages of play in to a 3-0 score in the frst half some years, with the Sonics showing the In the doubleheader played lone three points. But in the Monday, January 4, the second half the Sonics found Royais picked up their second the range of the bqket and hit victory with a 35-19 decision for 18 points, while the Bullets over the Blazers in the first registered only two field game and the Hawks got their goals. first victory in downing the Buils by a 30-,W score. In the .. game between the Royals and Blazers, the Royals jumped out to a wide 22-7 first half lead and were never headed. M. King led the scoring for the Royals, with 13 points, while C. Fsby had eight, S. Yates 5, R. Welant four, J. Smith and A. Skinner two each and D. Strange I. For the Blazers Johnson was high scorer with eight points, while Jones had four and C. Haml_in, Stevens and Moore each had two. In the game between the Bonebrake, Parks and  Hawks and  the Hawks Recreatrton Director, at 725- held a slim 16 lead and held on 9781, extension 207, between for the victory. K. Puller led 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. the sooring for the Hawks with Monday through Friday. 13 points, while C. Keiter had 11 .S. Strader scored all of the points for the Bullets, while R. Stanton and P. Ramey led the scoring for the Sonics, with 10 and eight points respectively. In the first of the four Sat. games the Bullets outscored the Hawks 31-20 to get their first win of the season; in the second game the Sonics blasted the Blazers 31-14; and in the third game the Bulls edged the Lakers by a 39-36 score in a high-scoring battle and in the final game Saturday, it was the Celtics 35 and the Royals 26. In the first game Saturday, Jan. 9, the Bullets defeated the Hawks by a 31.20, by out- scoring the Hawks 16-9 in the second half. Boobie Berry led the scorin for the Bullets with 15 points, while S. Strader had six points and Tom Collins and Dean Pratt each had four. K. Puller led the scoring for the Hawks with 12 points, while C. Keiter had six. In the second Saturday game the Sonics blasted the Blazers by a 31-14 score by hitting for 24 points in the second half. P. Ramey led the scoring for the Sonics with I0 points, while J. Smith had eight, R. Stanton 5 and T. Lanham had four points. Pierson, Johnson and Moore each had four points for the Blazers. In the third game the Bulls edged the Lakers 39-36 with D. Puller with 16 points and J. Chrisman with 15 points leading the scoring for the Bulls. D. Edwards with 18 Turn to Page 12 WINCHESTER TOYOTA, INC. Sales .. Service .- Parts TO YOTA..HER CEDES.BENZ New and Used Cars and Trucks Over 200 Units in Stock and on Order 1835 Valley Ave. -- Winchester, Va. PHONE: I - 703 - 667 - 9200 DIUtLEII UCEMSi Ne. 7$11 High 7th grade basketballers chalked up their third victory of the season without a defeat Saturday, by, traveling to Shepherdstown and scoring a close 28-21 victory over the Shepherdstown Jr., High 7th graders. The game was close and hotly contested all the way, with the little Panthers taking an early first period 10-7 lead and staying in front the rest of the way. At halftime Charles Town led by a 15-11 score and by 20-18 at the end of the third period. Don Hosby led the scoring for Charles Town with 10 points, while Eric Jones and Kevin Doleman each had six, Devin Walker 4, and Derrick Heater 2. Davis led the epherdstown scoring with eight points.