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I I I ! ! l,, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE [] [] -TRSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 , ECTION--BI $0 SPORTS SECTION I . II~lm DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDIqX)R [ II 1 9 0e$ MPLETE LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORF - PICTURES / n q | BY DON ~..~.~.~ii~ [ [ n . | The more they come tile lough. I/w" NEWS- ~ Ith ! I In [| | er they get, That's seems to be 11 | the situation which Charles Town r~ I il ] tlae sectional schoolboy basketball cage teams will have., the Charles L p~i 1 ~[~.~t~~ V ~ ~ ~ ~ | ]selves tonight when they play] -- I Charles Town which has al- host to the ttedgesville ttigh 7th - INDEPENDENT LEAGUE I Independent Basketball League Hast T~-,esd~v ni,,h m, t in ,,,~ ~~ |l~ ~' t~ ~ [ [ana 8th ~r~der~ i- ~murn ...... I After floundering around furl who had also had trouble operat- ~" ready faced one rugged foe tiffs V ~ Icy ~ ~ | [for on~ o~laved in"He~d~esvil"le'~)~n Ithree quarters and looking little ]ing in the first three periods, hit - Sanding of Teams . . I by rSCOrintgear p:~rto~)! ] ~lorgan County"~:rl~ta'y~igl'~tVan~ | lan..~..~ t hke a winning team, the Charles [ tor seven of his 12 points. . "yearn ._ wffn Lost[ ~..~ ..... ~. .... .~. ..... ~.~.... ~ I tangle with a rugged bunch of ....... J ..... ~ - Leon s ~ tgo ~ o I - I Indians of B,~rt~el-,, ~:~.-.,.,.~ t~.,~ ~Y ~ A X ~ ~O~~ ] The Junior Varsity will be ~o. ]Town thgh Pantners settled down ] The t anthers dumped m a to- ! , ...... ~ to ..... w .............. ................. ~ ] inu after their sixih victorv ~ Iin the last quarter and came [ tal of 31 points in that final per- Kmghts Pythias 2 1 ] tt rpers Ferry also wo.n,a pair I School in a game which should ...................... } -- , arne~ F rrv 2 1 I ot games anu me l~nlgflts oI ] finrl ,~ ns _iiiJ { a~inst on, Iono dofpnt In" R# t sizzling down the home stretch ] iod while ttedgesville was hitting H ~ e ........ r.-cked gymnasium .......................... ~ - Kastle's 1 2 I Pythlas one to end the week in T ........ " " "" ] Joseph's High of Martinsburg by Tuesday night to gain a 71-62] for only 22. k ,,, . ~, I a tie for second nlace [ ne romans, ~ea ny tWO 0t Ine I ........ I p scorers in the section and LARKE COUNTY High School needs one more flame tel a 43-29"score. 1 victory over the tledgesville Itigh] But despite the fact that they ~. o, a " '~ " " to Plete a ten-game card in football for 1966. The powerful] And the 7th graders who show!ca~'ers on the.CharlesTown High loame up with a red-hot shooting Home Alter 0 3 I In me action at me Harpers aro- ,,ill h,~ ,~l~,,~,,, "~ ;7 ~ ~a -4)-- ]Ferry High gymnasmm, January Io. lb. U ..... i.~, ~ ~'h.~.h.. les have an open date on September 9, just in case any[ a record of three victories and g:vnmasmm, u was the secona[hand in the final period, the Pan NEXT WEEK ............ S SCHEDULE 110, Harpers Ferry scored a 69411,,. ......... ,, ........ ~" ............... e.~ t,,. .._,:..-^, ..... -_.u, ~... ;.., ..... ,..a ,~... ~cme ..~...n,.L | twn defeats will be goinz after [ ume tins season me r'amnersl thers had been so far off in their . ....... , , xuwn rt,gu team Wnlcn snows a .x Sel.:LIUlli~tl LCttll/t llllgllL LYe IILLClV~L~:U. LIIC .t*/UU ~t. li~kllAle/ ~" ....... "" -- ! oai-llO u,~ urith a he~t feu)rCh n~Invf I ....... JAN 24 i deteat over tne lXastle's i~en S I 9 1 mark on th season a " (* ........... ~"o-' "-" " ~ 9- ~ melr tourth wm an~ tnew seconct ] ~ ." -:vo- ...... ~",'~ : ..... ? "~ .... "1 snooting in the first tnree perloos . " Shop cagers in the opening " , e r .' no ~or xne r~agles zo mee~ laanfliey rtl~,n on ~ctooer ..x m | victor-, over Hed,*csvilleer to oeteal the r~agles. And thisl that the,, hit for onl,, 35 nercent (Games to be played at Harpers [ -am " "h *'r' 'e ..... whmh also has tllree of tile top ndley Bowl... | .............. time Instead of relying on thelfrom the floor on the ni',ht Ferry High School) ]g D:V:t Tr:i: 'P:dneh~er-" r e [20 scorers in the section. This / uesplte me tact tnat tne aumor i red hot shootin,, o~ thoiracel ~ ........... i - . - . ~, . ~ 6:30 p.m.-~A.T. & T. vs. Kastles I .... 1 . t e ti.arp :rs [ will be the first meeting this sea , tt gh teams have been turnings orer ' The Panthers wound up w~th EY G HEDRICK, who serves m the steward s stand at I . : L c Erme Jones to turn the out some fine basketball games, ,i,~,, ,,~ ~.~Ole ~,,~. ', ,.,.n., ~;,,~,] all five starters hitting in double 7:30---Leons Cltgo vs. Harpers[ r err0r team ~ wctory wltn r/ lson of the two Class-AA teams, F~r~v ' I points, wnim uave Jones nad 14, I and it could r vi e aandoah Downs and Charles Town, has assumed his posit-Ithe attendance at the home, with Jones leading the .... " . . p o d fans of both as a member of the West Virginia State Legislature i games has been very small with I i~agles-an~l*~su~bdue~]aem .......... [ attack with 20 points, Carr with 8:30--Kntghts Pythias vs Home [ Wii.|!s m, A!ger 9. Brown 8, t schools with a pre-view of what --.~ " I wnltmore ana JacKson tour eacn the-, can ex--ect ---~-- "~ .... ch is now in session in Charleston Hedrick is a state lthe receipts for the last home l-nee ala',~l .... ~ai-~- ~-,- ,.114 and Run Puller, Waiters and &tier and Longerbeam 3 For Kastle's seas$ our v when the post- ltor from Fairmont ' ]games hardly being enough to the"iasi" "~uarTe~'~s~"lur,,e'."howeverI Billy Yates each showing 12 for JAN 26 I " [ son t nament rolls around. .' ..... lit was Shultz who led the attackI Both teams have shown real " [ meet expenses .... ,l _]- :.v:;_~ L, ,~_ ~,[ Turn To Page 2-B (Games to oe pnaye.uat t;narles I with 11 points, while Appell and I offensive power this season in ~LvLa.,MewDONg~ALDs hukbalb t. hf:r fSh ::d:ab r W:wt::, [ ~eTemhseloCho~'il~s pTlh~a~fenr~l:~:H~!~ i~rfffit~tim!i~!i}~!iatllthga~iil B Chgo ToWn Jr. ~tgn, ,llBurker2 andRanalli each had seven; Bureh[ just about every battle, but Char 7:00---Home Alter vs. Leon sJhad six, Walker, 4, Hall 3 and l les Town's defensive record is Ps by to tell us that'a record 365 mares have been nom '-[ been leading" the little" Panthers I _ ...... , askelball 6ames Caniford one. ,far better than the one which the ~ne ranmers wno were snoot a, ~00---Knlghts Pythias vs. A. T. I In the second game of the eve-I Indians are sporting. .... to such free records th~s season for seventh running of the Trl-State Futurity atl , I in- for their ninth victor" in 10/ TL.. C..&... --^-" ......... I ning Leon's Cttgo' scored an easyI The Shepherdstown High Card and their heighth and scoring ~ Y [-~[ ||l|~ ~||~|| a " 174-40 wctory over the Home Alter [ reals, who have been taking their Popular track in 1968, assuring the richest race in West I ~bilities are expected to give ] games, had a dismal first period ] ~ trtm---rlarpers ferry vs r~asues : " inia's history The 365 nominations represent a jumP|Charles Town another pair of] as they missed shots, gave up the| ........ __--'77__ ......I team,with ClarenceBrans(m| lumps this season, with only one teon s L, ltgo rogers o~ ~nep , , I7 f " "[ -, i ball on turnovers numerous times/ THURSDAY, JAN 20 ......... "|leading Leon s attack with 141 ~ictry in eight games, won't rum theprevmus high of 288 last year The 1965 Tm- wctones tomght. . , te was won by Manor FalTns Todds Boots, first Westl Kim Reid, at 5-8 is rated by an ...... / , , and m general couldn t seem to Charles Town Jr HI h at Heal es nerostown rook over unmsput- j points. Waldeck had 13, Kidrick J find any consolation in what they g g ...... , ~ , ' uo ytnmg mgnt. An~ as a re- vtlle (2 games) anm bred to cop first money m the Mountain State sI Coach Harry Barker, who has sult tl~ev trailed at the end of the/~:o "~ers~ ..... ~a,,~ .... ed possession of first place in the TURN TO PAGE 2---B I TURN TO PAGE 2-.15 st race.. 1_ en o aehing for 11 years, as period and also were behind by| town II II I II I I I / !i Fa e?iei:i a ! 7 ;a ;24 a :hr h l: ay a k/CbarlesF :DwAY,atJBAN k::e.' s-r ITANLEY SMALU, popular local jockey and his family (Watch This Newspaper For Our Grand Opening Soon) Spending the winter at a spot where Stanley set a record] team but has been one of the them a fit from the foulcircle] lngs : v " ." ' " area an me mlro penoo, tne , ten he rode 59 winners at Sunshine Park m 1954. Now,] top playmakers and scorers. Ea-ies went as far out in front/Shepherdstown at St, $ohephs as Florida Downs at Oldsmar, Florida, Stanley is| The little Panthers also have as~3 ,-oints at` ..n-~ time Then Mathias at Musselman k nether free prospect in 6-5 Larry Wllllamsport at Hedgesville mg his first return there since that successful season / " with just a little more than three [ "" ] Carr, who has been doing a lot minute~ o~ the third "eriod re I Harpers Ferry at Brunswick ~f~ .......... .,.. ~:." ........ .., ......... / of rebounding and scoring this .__i_i_~_ ",_ ...... v .... "I Frederick at Martinsburg t"~l/ UUItlI~ l~l~Otll lvlrffan tstlnl:y tl~al~ l~alpfl Dver'| TURN TO PAGE 2--B, ClOse]lid n ng' the l'antners e'~an--t ] Clear "~Inrln" nt lt'nn~'nektne gap some, anti oy trle - "~*'-'~' ............ l ~ ~~~~. le, member of the W. Va. House of Delegates, has been] start .r the fo,Hh n,riod wor,,[Clarke County at James Wood ormod by the Department of Natural Resources that plans/I...lo lU.I-._ u.IJ. down b*,, onl- eve'n ....I Ridgeley at Hampshire County the golf course at Cacapon State Park, are provressm./Ittltllt WdlIUI! nUIU$ Having found late in the third [ Boonsboro at Wayne sboro ~t of proiect for which the legislature appropriated $37,0oo,/,, . . ~. . period that their full-court press Handley at George Mason ,~Stimated at $250,000... / UCC tU| was working well, not only in stop SATURDAY, JAN. 22 !, . .......... I ping the Eagles in their scoring Salem at Shepherd ~|r~tr ~t~ ,~.u^a ~t,,. r~.,,~o~- ,,,,~r,.u ~,~ ..... o w"~"~] The Isaac Walton Club held a but was also ~ausing them to ~ MONDAY, JAN. 24 ~.x ~..~.~o, ~,~.=u ~.= ~.,~o~ ~,...~.a.r...~,-~ ~~'~" ........... make mistakes the Panthers bo~^ "'*'--'- "-"- "- 1I'-!- -" "---- 1 ,.......... ] very suceesslul SnOOt on ~unoay, . , tevn*~,rneS tvwn or. ntgn at narp- and Blue colors at James Wood bv rpanv Colonel|January 16th at their club grgu-down in the home stretch. And ers Ferry, . U['BPUAMT I M as well as Wood coaches, is bettor soulrht after by many/ads near Leetown and despite'the with five minutes of the game TuesDaY', JAN II lll; Ii lllMll/ I11 tll Mllkl in the area. Chuck is oh -luled to visit the cammt. -.s[ cold and windy weather, the remaining they not only caught H.~ ..... ;11.~ ~ ~ ~.~.~,~ ~ I ....... i ,---s ............... . ',VRftLET and OIL[ SMOI] ;Maryland, Vwoqma. VPI. Wflham and Mary, Vanderbllt,[ traps were kept busy from noon up w th the Eagles, but took a Ilarners Fer,-v at Musselman eSt Virginia, VMI, Wake Forest and Duke, among others..] until after 4 p. m. A large num- one'po ntrl eaTdoFrOminth?wOn it She herdstow n at Berkeley Spr- - ,oer or participants tOOK part in s ~. g g y as ~.,,~ : ~ut, ......................... I the event with hams and turkeys Jon s, Kenny Carr and John Wal- Shippensburg at Shepherd Col [-,a~ lVlAI D~ HAttU r.o oeneve, t)u~ 1 s ~;rue: iVlarrlnS-[ being awarded to the winners, ters came up with some fine out le,,e " " ,t~'l'~'~Ii'h Schl's baske~ba|l tearrl ha~ a land 8 recrd t'The highlight f the daywasthe side shting t increase their "'~]ead iv, artms.urg ...... at .oonsDoro ,a VE M(} VI~I ~. while iust us) the str~,,t, a low blocks away. their neio-h- } awarding of the Remington 1100 Wes" "'Jr in" " PI .... ) , V g la a~ ttsnurgfl rs St Joseoh s Ca*hollo Hitch School team is rollin, merrily I automatic trap gun, won by Mr. In the home-stretch drive Carr, Hedgesvtlle at anc k [^- " ......... . " , .-" - :~. I John Kreigh of Hagerstown, Md who hadn t been able to find the ........... . I/ ' 5; victories, a~a!n:s~,a sm~m sect)arK, . rne once-IThe next ham and turkey shoot basket in the first three periods, TltURSlOAY, JAN. 27 i( 'rlul rmHaog court arust.~ nave smwe(a (aown, way aown- will be held near the middle of rolled in 10 of the 14 points he Musselman at Charles Town, Sr. '~ Year.. [ March scored for the night and Waltersl High (2 games) :SLEEPY HOLIX)W Women trolfers had a Thm- dav morn-Ii ' * * naeetin scheduled this week at the home of Nancv Roth [ * w AIId , ta!kover,]an fortheeomin vear. Am tin ofthem ] TI i AIIN . abers sch d.led soon to mad plans for an.'her b. v/ 0 le r e 0 I1 # the r o.ular shot in the county made .ossible by Dr. I ~hall 'i~ittle Sleepy' Glenn and his wife, Alice...I)ICK I Sh ow. R oo m-R i i Sh terewishldln'theirannualdancenJanuarv29"frr~l ~1i'sedCarD t 1, in the club house and early plans call for it to be an-] epar ent r big event [ / [lRE & KENTUCKY the one:two teams in The Assoei-[ N litOUTE 3401 Eek$ Pre , colle re baske+ball 1")o11, are on a collision cour, o[ could brin them face to faoe in the national s,mi-/ Is of the NCAA ehamnionshio tournament at C011e,ro/ I j Md. on March 18. All they have to do is to keep winn,/ HARPERS RRRY E '.GE KING. former W-VII MmmCaln or ba k-*b u] who is now head coach at Purdue, had a 4-7 record| / --.WE ARE NOW-- time we looked in that direction.. / fWII.LIE' WALTER'S Jame Wo -t Wreslin ,/ made it number six in a row last Saturday they Better F ulpped Th'an Ever To Serve You ow.r Loudoun V !lev Vikings 3 -8 at Loudoun Va11 v The former CT-TS a hlete is a raat iob at the Virginia school, both in wrestling and football. . .......... ItARLES TOWN came in for some nation-wide televis- last Sa*urdav when Lou Po dfield and his wife, aDtmavv l on Channe! 9 around 4:45 "0. m. In an inter- from Trooical Park Race Track, Lou sooke about Town track and told the soortsca ter that he had Che most sueces. ful winter in track's When his wif Adele was dsked is she did the g, she replied, "No, I leave that to Lou.".. A 14-FOOT JUMP shot by "Milly" Miller in the last 15 knocked the Wardensville (W. Va.) High School out of the ranks of unbeaten last Saturday l I TURN TO 2--B The Charles Town Junior Varsity cagers, under the direction of their head coach Harry Barker are chalking up one of the finest records this season of any Junior High cage team In some years, with the little Panthers now showing five victories in six games. Their only loss to date has been to St. Jos- ph's Catholic High of Martinsburg. And these two teams meet again on the Charles Town Junior hard. woods on Feb. 9. There isn't any reason why the J unior High gymnasium should not be packed for this one. Coach Barker's 8th grade team is rated as one of the best in the 11 years which Coach Barker has bern coaching The little Panthers have helghth and plenty of talent and their current record bears this out. They are being led by Klm Reid, their 5-ft. 8.in. play,maker who is also a fine shot and by their big 6-ft. 5.in. center Larry Carr, brother of Charles Town High's cage star, Kenny Corr. Other fine players on the team are: Doug Linton, Ralph Smith~ a 6-ft. 2-inch lad who has a fine eye for the basket and little Lawson Mclvor, who was an outstanding performer for the Charles Town Junior team last season. Members of the team as Shown above are:' (left to right)-.Lawson McIvor, Klm Reid, Doug Linton, Jeff Ruth. Ralph Smith, Larry Carr, Gregg Hess, Sammy Byrer, Jeff Lancaster Kenny Brill and Sammy Gilman. (Photo by Tim Sinn.) 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