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~Y DON RENTCH) ago Gene Piscitelli, of the faculty of High School. was job of developing golf teams as a part of the a~hletic ,the school. And Sat- in the ,Memorial in Parkersburg, be- 2,500 cheering fans, his ha~ds~ne dividends Town High wresx- a strong second ~l annual West V~rginJa Wrestling tourna- members of the Dupuy, Vince Brac- Davis, became and Coach was voted bY ,'the Other teams particip~t- tournament as the School Wrest- short years Charles has come from a sport of wrestling top teams in the entire area, Coach .produced four state and the Panther maC- astounding record ~s against cmly 14 nine of the 14 de- fexts having been suffered 5n the first year ~he sport was intro- duced at the .school. The Pent,h- ers show a 34-5 record over the past three seasons, and t~e consecutive Regional Cha~npion- ships, This year coach Piscitelli was given some help with the naming of Bill Fiery as assistant coach. Saturday was a doubly import- ant day for Bracciale and Davis because i,t permit.ted the ~wo senJm's to wind up brilliant wrestling careers a Charles Town High hn a blaze of ~ory. Brac- ciale, the ordy member ~f the team who began his wrestling career when Coach Piscitelli in- troduced the sport at Charles Town H,iffh has won his ,last 61 consecutive ana,tcitms in dual, meets and two of h~u few losses came m the State t(mrnanma~ in 1968-69. The Panther ma~nen, who spent Saturday night in Fair- merit, after making such a great showing in the State meet brought back w~th them three big trophies, individual trophies hav- ing been awarded ~o Duimy, Bracciale and Davis, a large pla- gue going to Piscitelli and a big )ne to the team for being the OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 26, 1970 1EWS SECTION---B : From St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin Islands and Mrs. C. R. Archer who axe enjoy- for a few weeks and say they "can't back to the snow and cold weather you CHANNEL 5 Saturday at 1:30 p. m. you can inia Mountaineers battle the V. P. I. Va in what should be a real basketball LEAVITT, vice-president and general man- Shenandoah Downs, will honor Charles fine wrestling squad on the evening of team will be dined on the Starlight Terrace race named in honor of the three State Dupuy, Vince Bracciale and Doug race will put Coach Gene Piscitelli in for being named "Coach Of The Year." . . race will also have a trophy presentation coach doing the honors in the winner's gives a prize for the wrestling coach the best results from members of by Chuck Dailey of Parkersburg over Clarence Martin of Hireling- ton, gave the "Big Red" mermen the margin of victory they needed. After Parkersburg and Charles Town. next in tint came Fahvnont with 46 points; Scott High of Madison, 34; DuPont High; 25; Stonewall Jackson of Charleston. 22: Parkersburg South, lg; Mor- "~amown High, 13; Brooke Comity and University High of Morgan- town. each 12; Wheeling, Beekley and John Marshall, 10 each; Mar- tinsburg, East Bank and Hun ing- ton, 9 each; Shady Spring, Nitro. each with 8: Weirton, 7; Merbert Hoover, 6; Milton, 5; Triad~phJa and Wi, rt County, 4 each a~d Oak Glen, 3. Dupuy and Braccia'le each fin. ished up with 22-0 records for the .season, with the former winning the 990ound class as a sophomore and the latterwhnaing the 107- pound class as a senior. Dupuy decisioned John Curry of Park- ersburg High by a 4-3 scvve; B~'aeci~le deeisioned Sha,rr~ll Clark of Madison by a 5-2 score; and Doug Davis, who turned m his best performance of the season, deckc~med Gary Barnett of Wheeling to win the 145- pound crown. It .was his 18th victory of the season as aga~ thr~e" defeatg and (yme draw. George Mahoney also picked up. some points for the Panthers by finis bAng Chird ,in the 130-pound class. ~Ie received a forfeit in the consolation round. Two other Charles Town wrest- lers also turned in fine perform- antes even though they lost out before reaching the finals. George Fletcher lost a sUm 2-i decision @ Once again the Class-AA, Sect- ion 2, Schoolboy basketball tour- nament will be a limited, and quick one, with just two teams the Charles Town High Panthers and the Berkeley Springs High Indians involved. And they will meet Wednesday night, March 4, Supertane Gas Jets Defeat Hew YoA The Supertane Gas Jets of Cha- rles Tow.~ won three points from :the~ New"~rork~!~ilt team "rfh~ day night ~ln a~bh'- ~" in the Ladies' Major Bowling League on .the Brunswick (Md.) Alleys. Gertrude Prain led the" Charles Town ladies to victory with a 131 high individual game and a 352 et. Set scores for other members of the Charles Town team were: to get think it should certainly go to Eugene teams have compiled a 43-5 record over seasons and won three straight Regional and who also had a state champion lust Hostler at 8 p. m. on the Shepherd College Helen Kelican, 338~ D. Painter, gymnasium floor to decide the 292; D. Whiting 267 and Lolita sectional representatives in the Kelican 262. Region II playoffs which will " take place the week-end of March 13-14 in Potomac State College gymnasium in Keyser. Earle Lightner and Mearle Spickler, will work the game Wed nesday night and since there will be only one tournament game, officials of the two schools in- volved decided the only awards to be presented will be the champ ionship trophy and the game ball. Admission will be $1.25 for adults and 50 cents for students with all student tickets to be pur chased at the respective schools. The winner of this game will move into the first round of Reg- ion II play at 8 p. m. in the Poto- mac State College gymnasium. It is expected that either Webster The Harpers Ferry High Tigers, Tigers Wrecking crew all night, hit the two foul shots that de- Springs or Cowen will be the Who have been a "hot" and "cold" in the final seconds of play it tided the battle. winners of the IV tournament, club all season long, came up with was John MiltOn, who hit for a Garrett was the game's top Friday night the winners of the good "hot" night Tuesday in pair of foul shots to give the Tig- scorer with 37 points, while Jack- Section I and III, will meet in Martinsburg and pulled a choice ers their magin of victory in this son had 31. Crewell was high for a single game and then Saturday upset victory over the St. Joseph's Bi-State Conference battle, a cru- St. Joe with 21. night the finals will be played at C~tholic High Crusaders on the cial one for the Crusaders, who Members of the Harpers Ferry 8 p. m. on the Potomac State gym St. Joe hardwoods by a 91-90 were knocked out of second place squad as shown above are: Front nasium, with the winners of the score, by the defeat. The loss for St. Thursday and Friday night games While Algin Garrett and Don Joe left them with a 9-5 confer- meeting, i Jackson were the top men in the ence mark and a 14-6 seasonal marl I RATz, veteran local jockey who captured at Dover Downs last year, picked up off when he won three races on opening TOWN Turf Club's 72-night meet- to open April 27 and the dedication of dollar, plus club house, set for April Charlie Funk is keeping the midnight amounts these days More about but from all early reports it is Wingding of an affair at Shenandoah Downs: Tonight The Great Falls Lions Club of Virginia; Chase Chamber of Commerce, some will visit Bob Leavitt and company I. Data Processing Staff from Wash- m a group will be here to a grand lady, our long-time L. Bushong, who celebrated her 91st last who keeps up with sports and espec- by members Of the Kiwanis nights ago Truly a wonder- of which the entire community can well TURN TO PAGE BY DON RENTCH The Charles Town High basket bailers out-shot and out-rebound- ed the Hedgesville High Eagles Tuesday night on the Eagles' home court, but their inability to consistently break the all-court press of the Eagles, forced the Panthers to fight for their lives right down to the final whistle before they were able to pick up a narrow 84-82 victory, their 18th as against one defeat this season, before a "standing room only crowd." The Panthers of Coach George Zamberlan, who had defeated the Eagles in Charles Town earlier by an 84-60 score, had expected trouble from Hedgesville Tuesday night, but not as much as they ran into. And had the Eagles had a better shooting night both from the floor and at the foul line, they would have pulled a real upset on one of the top Class AA teams in the state. The Panthers outshot the Eag- les 60-percent to 35-percent from the floor and they out-rebounded them 50 to 37. But they also out- fumbled them by a wide margin, committing at least 35 turnovers against the Hedgesville press, and therein lies the story of how the Class A Eagles almost got even with the Panthers for their prev- ious defeat. Provided Powerful Punch TURN TO PAGE 2--E For Coach Bob Rizzo's Tigers, the victory was their 7th in con- ference play against nine loses and their 10th in regular season play against nine defeats. They meet Brunswick Md:, High in their final game of regular sea- son play. The Tigers dominated the first half of play with leads of 25-20 at the end Of the first period and 55-42 at halftime. Algin Garrett hit for 24 points in this first half and Don Jackson 19. In the third period St. Joe led by Rabbit Kirkpatrick and Steve Crowell, closed the gap to 67-65 and in the home-stretch the Cru- saders overtook the Tigers and went in front 90-89 on the stren- gth of the shooting of Ran Catlett and Mike Kneisley. Then with 42 seconds of play remaining Milton I LUCKY'S BAIT SHOP HALLTOWN, W. VA. NOW OPEN 9 A. M. To 3P. M. (During Feb. & March) Phone 725-2745 Feb. 5-8t- I row (left to right) - Ronnie Ains- worth, Bill Nunn, Don Jackson, Randy Webb, and James Lille. Back row (left to right) - Whitey Wilt, Algin Garett, John Milton. Lawrance "Greene, Gary Staubbs, and head coach Robert Rizzo.) ) Got 'fm All! Night Racing, the Big Exacta, Terraced Oini~l for m~re than 700. Try #he track that's got 'era all, Plus that little extra something called Shenandoah hospitality. RACING NIGHTLY Post Time 7:15 Three convenient telephone line= for information and" retervotio~: Wath- ington.-- 737-2323 (No Toll); Baltimore ---655-0200 (No Toll); Other arwm use Area C,~mle 304-725-2021. in the 137-pound clang to Sam Rozance of Morgantown, who late,- became the first boy to wi~ three straight state ctmmpio~ ships anti Alvin Brown was beaten by a slim 6-5 score bY Jim Shaml~lin of Herbert Hoover i~ the 185-pound class. In addition to the three state champions this year, the Panthers had a state champion last year in Mike Itostler, who worked out and traveled with the team thin year, but because of age was not eligible to participate in any matches other than exhibition. lefferson County Softball League Meeting Sunday 7:30 There will be a special meeting of the Jefferson County Softball League Sunday, March 1, at 7:30 p. m. at the Citizen's Fire Hall in Charles Town, it was announced this week by Tom Coffin, league president. This meeting will be* the dead line for league entrie~ Anyone person, business or industry inter ested in sponsoring a team in the league :,thiS Summer is welcome t6 attend this meeting, or send a representative. A.lF league off- icials, team managers and others interested in the deague should be present, Coffin stated. Mrs. i Ida Whittington of the Blue R~dge Rest Home is on the sick list. We wish her a speedy recovery. p, m. This week will wind up the regular season action for the sec- tion's schoolboy basketball teams and next week will mark the start gymnasitim, starting Tuesday night and carrying thrOUgh Thur~ day aod Friday night~. The opening round *of action in this tournament will pit the Harp- ers Ferry High Tigers 11-9 on the season" meeting the Musselman High cagers 9-11 on the season at 8 p. m, Tuesday night. TURN TO PAGE ~,--B Last one full is a Volkswagen. 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