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[/1 Kuflfigfnf‘ , :e-f‘ \ and PARKING wonmrs HIE Hill NDlY Kl! Vii?!) l l 5.“ Carr Scores 48 To lead Panthers To Another Big Victory The Charles Town High Blitz- genres and it came about as easy krieg claimed another cage view 18 most of the rest Of Them- time Saturday night when u mov- Once again it was his Mum ed into Purceiiville, Van and Carr who led the Panther maul- cresbed the Modem: Valleyzfiil'gb Vikings by a 9258 score. e victory ’ , son for the Panthers/over peregrine to 32.2. He connected Vikings and their 17th, in '18 one .of 36 shots whichhe fired rolled in e totalrof 48 points to ’ flat or mending. Super ” or album deep down ensembles-W to, “ewmhoflw mutated-y! . g “APPLIANCES . has {fa/1’6 of Charles mow}! C‘IiflRlES TOWN WFSI WRGINM RANK" :‘.’l’.‘ll‘iHi' Mill Hill WWW” 4% INTEREST PAID ou SAVINGS ACCOUNTS no SERVICE CHARGES ou CHECKING ACCOUNTS err in crushing the Vikings, as he I was the remodel thence boost his seasonal average points i I N. a (3!! ’,‘ from ,V was a men on the b0 fling do n .18 of the 45 Nice“ Town ounds. Charles Town followed the some fiftieth Saturday‘night as in past victories when they jump— ed into on early 21-9 first period lead end kept increasing this mar gin as the game progressed. It was Carr, who scored 15 of the 19 Panther points in the first period. Then in the second period he added another 20 and helped the Panthers to a wide 50—21 half time lead. Although coach Zamberlan call- ed upon his reserves to carry an the battle in the second half, usa- ng his starting five only sparing» ly, the Panthers continued to out more the Vikings in both the third and final periods. The Panthers hit on 38 of the 37 shots they took from the float for a l1.8-pcrcent shooting night, with Alex Doleman hitting seven of 10 shots and tallying 16. points The only bad feature of the night’s cage activities for the Cba ric’s Towu fans was the upset which their szvees suffered at the hands of the Viking Jayvees by a 4740 score. ‘ FROM PAGE 1-3 have occurred only 1150 points wbfleygivin up 1254. Charles own should not have too much trouble stopping the Indians, retiening their sectional crown and moving on into Reg- ional play since they have two oftltctwoecorers in the section and anemia big 6-7 Larry Carr, that" (poorer in the section and Cob open, the fifth leading ~~sc~orer in the section and area. cum-"is showing a terrific scoring average in 18 games and is also the team’s top. rebounder and one of the top defensive play ers in the section. Appell, one of the best outside ~shooters and the ‘Section’s best foul shooter. shows a 20.1 scoring . average for the section. Berkeley Springs shows only one man in the top ten Scorers in the section ~ Tom Hurley, with 360 points in 18 games for a 17.9 average for the season. Isaac Walton Copter (To Hold Trap Sltool The Jefferson County Chapter of Issac Walton League of Anne- rica will hold a Trap & Still Tar. get Shoot at the Club Grounds in Motown, West Virginia at £00 Noon on Samrday, March A prize for each of every 5 trap shooters will be given. Refreshments and 12 gauge shells win be available. added two free Clasle Seetional Cage Tournament Opens; Shepherd College floor Tuesday High:t Harpers Ferry. Shepherdslown To Meet In Opener; Second Round 0f Play Thursday Night; Finals Friday Play in the Section 4-A, Region 2, schoolboy basketball tourna~ ment will get underway Tuesday night on the Shepherd College gymnasium with the Shepherds- town High Cardinals and Harpers Ferry High Tigers meeting in the tournament opener at 8 p. m. There will be only one game that night. Then on Thursday night, March I 6, the semifinal round of action will take place’with two games on tap, the fir-stone set for 7:30 p. m. when the winner of the Shepherdstown - Harpers Ferry; game will meet and in the night cap it will be Musselman and Hedgesville High meeting head on in what is expected to be the big tournament battle. Friday night the winners of the two ThurSday night games will meet in the finals, and the championship game at 8 p. In. And immediately following the game the usual tournament awards will be presented by Rob- ert Kilmer, who has been named tournament director. Earle and Bill Lightner were tournament officials to be ann- ounced later. I Admission for the single game on Tuesday night, March 4, will be 50 cents for students and one dollar for adults. On Thursday and Friday nights the student admission will still be 50 cents, . but the adult admission will jump l to $1.50. , The winner of this sectionaly ; play will advance to Region 2-A play to be held March 14-15 at aPotomac State College in Keyser. Musselman, the dfending sec- tional champions, and Hedgesville rated as one of the top teams Class A teams in the section and area, could take identical grecords in tournament play. Mus~ .selman, with still one game to play Friday night against Charles :Town, shows a 15—4 record, while iHedgesville, also with one, game still to play Friday night on their fhome court against Wardensville iHigh, shows a 15-5 record. The two teams have scored about the same number of points @thls season and also have given Panthers Pass Trouncing Tigers The “Panther 100’s" as the Charles Town High basketballers might well be called these days, shot their way to another easy victory Wednesday night when they invaded Harpers Ferry School to do battle with the Tig- ers. The convincing 11449 vic- tory which the Panthers rolled up, not only gave them their 16th victory of the season as against one defeat, but it marked the fifth consecutive game in which they have scored 100 or more points. The Panthers, who have aver- aged a little better than 104 points per game in their last five starts, once again jumped into a big first period 30-13 lead and were never in the least bit of trouble. I The Panthers, coached by Geo-3 rge Zamberlan, had just too much all-around Panther power for the Tigers, and within a few min- utes after the battle was on, the fans knew the Tigers were head~ ed for their 16th defeat in 19 games. Big Larry Carr, leading school~ selected by the Principal-Mo offi- i up about the same number of . boy cage scorer in the section and ,. ciate the tournament, with other Fpoints to their opposition. Nemed To Midget league All-Slur Team one lifg’thc of the ceremonies 11er following the post- season Midget ungue’tfournumwt suturday night was the announce- ment of the players from the four league teams who would make up'the league All-Star team this season and the presentation of small trophies to them for gaining this honor by League President Thomas Kitchen. Members of the team as selected by the league coaches are as shown above: First row (left to right)-John Wayne McDonald, Celtics; Bobby Cabell, Lakers; Alonzo Puller, Martin Grimes both of the Packers. Back row (left to fight)--Todd Smoot, Celtics; David Twyman and Preston Carr, Royals; Larry Benton, Packers. Third row - Scott Anders and Marty Glenn, Celtics; Warren Taylor and Jimmy Peters, Packers; and Charles Fields, Royals. The Packers led the list of players on the All-Star team with five, while the Celtics placed four, the Royals three, and the Lakers, 1. The All-Stars will travel to Martinsburg to participate in a Midget Tongue tournament to be staged there involving teams from Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson Counties. The Jefferson County Stars will he coached by “Dixie” Wiltsblre ad Frank Simone, who also coached the winning Packers. SPORTS NEWS 8: VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 log back to the d when Hagerstown sponsored a team in the Piedmont ague and he was manager, will be retained in the same capacity with the new owner of the Washington Senators. Johnny has been in charge of promotions and advertising for the Senators for several years and a chap who has accorded us many favors down through the years. . . CONGRATULATIONS to our friend Paul Swartz who guided his South Hegerstown High Rebels to a choice victory Saturday night, a 76-74 win over North Hagers— town and with it came the city championship honors for ’69. . . “BOOTS” POFFENBERGER, who was a familiar figure around Charles Town’s Legion Park in the days of the vaunted Legion baseball club, met with a most unfortunate accident while at his work with the Muck Truck Company in Hagerstown, Md. We understand that “Boots” lost most of his index finger on his right hand while working on a machine at the Mack plant. . A native of Williamsport, Md. “Boots” was a member of the Detroit Tigers’ pitching staff in the 1940’s and he had quite a colorful career while in the majors. . . u.- uuuuuu .- oun murmurs ARE nuns Every'preecription is filled exactly as your Doctor or» dered! May we fill your next prescfiption? For Prescription, Service --— Call Us Conn DAILY —.. s A. M. To 10 r. M. SUNDAYS 1 P. M. UNTIL to r. M. iPEOPLESDRUG STORE " Phone 725-9313 Hill-Dale Shopping Center 62 points which the Panthers iscored in the first 16 minutes of a 5 play. I area, hit for 10 points in the l Iflrst period and 20 in the second, _besofthecham‘0nhi Pakrte all Ito account for nearly half of the r pl 5 p c 8 am as Shown above i (left to right)-—Alonzo Puller, Martin Grimes, Gerald S Carr and Bob Appen the fourth : leading scorer combined for a total of 20 points in the first period as Charles Town-moved out to a 30-13 score. In the second period Bill Lindsay and John Lorenz, joined in the scoring parade for the Panthers and outscored Harpers Ferry in this period 32-8. ’Halllown, Kul Kurls Moved Pasl Moler's Willi 3-1 Victories COMMERCIAL LEAGUE STANDING 0F TEAMS Team W . L Hall‘town Dolls 161/5 H. I I I 7% in the section,3 II. 0. Anderson, Inc. l Martinsburg, West Virginia. Packers Undisputed Champions 100 Mark Again In Basketball league; Won Both Reglfil Season. Tournament Championshi’ 1 Littleton, Greg Hill, Harold Wildhide, Warren Taylor J ‘ in the Jefferson County Com- mercial Bowling League Wednes- ‘ THURSDAIYEFEBRUARY 27, 19 9‘ , The Packers are the undisputed champions of the C11 Midget Basketball League for 1968-69, having first won season crown by beating out the second place Gem” Saturday night, February 22 they captured their second . by defeating the third-place Royals in the finals of/the‘ tournament. Then the Packers came in for another rem the post-tournament awards were handed out as every? the Packer first team was named to the League All-Sta? ,, The Packers named to this coveted team were: Win?! Jimmy Peters, Alonzo Puller, Martin Grimes, Lnrryli‘l’,l Mike Simons and Victor Kidwell. Back row (left to. and Larry Benton. , Kut & Kurl 16 8 day morning Feb. 19} Moler’s Citgo 151/2 81/2 Pikcside, bowl, byscor Barge’s Tigerettes 13 11 tories while Moler’s Wye Hilldale Beauties 12 12 by the same score. 3 Striders Strikers 11 13 tories, Halltown took Courtney’s 10 14 league lead by a slim. Market Manors 1o 14 over the Kut & KunK v'“ Norman’s Risks 81/2 151/2 Molers managed it? . Four Penney’s 71/2 16%,» third place just one from thetop. Nomad won their match by move out of last pl gue standings. ‘ -0.— The Halliown Paper Dolls and the Kut and Kurl Kuties man- aged to move past the Moler Citgo Go Girls in the race for the lead —-——_ ll. Anderson, Inc. ' Jobber for Pure Union Oil Products Congratulates I Mr. Reno'w. Eaton/’7 Of Harpers 'Ferry, West Virginia WINNER 0F $1,000,“ ’Ferry. Mr. Kenneth W. Wilt (center), operator of. Pure Oil Station in Charles Town,“ Mr. Eaton is a customer of Mr. Kenneth L. wu t, operator of Pure on see... at a?” of Washington and West Streets in Charles Town. Mr. wut received $109.00 f0 whirling customer in the Daytona Sweepstakes. , I