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m ..... ,,, J i , ,h r ,,,,f ~ ......... --- SPORTS SECTION --- DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR LOCAL COVERAGG - SCORES - PICTURES Football Clinic To Be Held March 26 Announcement was made this week by Jesse Riggleman, direc- tor of athletics at Shepherd Col- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE lege, that arrangements have ~IIA~" MARCH In lqa~ RFX~TI(~NT R been completed for staging a free ..... ' ............ ' ............ "-'~ football clinic in the Blue and ------~ ~ Gray Room of the Student Union Building at Shepherd College on ~ ~ ~ I' | ~ Saturday, March 26. L ~1 m | [ m. ~1 ~ |L_._ ____1 ! rim,~ Riggleman said a number of 11 II 1"9 II II Ill 1==9 r-I outstanding football coaches and Ill I l_J I III I I I I I / I I t I other football officials have been I -- [I [ [ -- | | | I secured for the daylong program ! I I II I I m | | i i which will, get underway at 9 a.m. ] !II I--- III I I i'1I I / I t and run until about 5 p.m. 1 J I I I | k./ II II I1 /I t3 I I Heading the list of speakers i I I k - 2 I I I I// k v I I will be George Welsh, backfield !...3 L-.! |lmll [coach at Penn State University, w ..... [ University Park, Pa., who will [ discuss defensive drills for the klr"lAI Akl kj'll A/ [ secondary and pass responsibili. I I[:VO l llJ [ ties with rotation; and Diek Ware, - assistant football coach at West BY MAX BROWN l V'rginia University, Morgantown, ............. , ..,. /who will talk on "The 60 Defense Ut SUMI:: HtW/I: M UH rand Its Adjustments." t !R SCHEDULE NEXT YEAR 'i Charles To- n creation ',ATION I ARE that Charles Town High Schoors lpannp Will Hnld Cane officials are now, or soon will be, looking for some ............. 1" teams to add to their 1966 football and 1966-67 basket- The reason---some teams which the Panthers playing, will either be dropped by Charles Town or Town will be dropped by them. For instance; there definitely be at least two new teams on the 1966 Panther schedule since both Hancock (Md.) ttigh and Petersburg will be missing. All athletic relations between both and Charles Town, are being terminated. The Hun- Town home-and-home athletic arrangements have existed since the formation of the Bi-State Con- were discontinued some months ago. Then last week Charles Town went to Petersburg to participate in the tournament, Petersburg officials said they were by the Charles Town coaching staff that the Panth- to discontinue playing them in football and Travel distance was given as one of the reasons. Word came out of the Bi-State Conference meeting held night that Williamsport (Md.) High and possibly or two other schools are also planning to discontinue relations with Charles Town. With the Bi-State nownumbering ten games and each team required a certain number of league games, some adiustments have to be made by some teams in their schedules, and Tourney March 11-12 The Charles Town Recreation League will hold a post-season cage tournament March 11 and 12 on the Page Jackson High hard- woods, it was announced this week by James Tolbert, league president. The sessions both Friday and Saturday will get underway at 7 p.m. with two games nightly. The Red Caps, winners of the regular season activity with a 3.1 record, are the pre-tournament favorites. Trophies will be presented to th tournament champions, run- ners-ups, winner of the consola- tion game and also for the best sportsmanship displayed. A tro- phy will also be presented to the player with the season's highest scoring mark. One of the hlgltlightsof the awards presentations matte at the c,vse o, me vectmn z, crass-A, schoolboy basketball tournament Saturday night in Shepherd College gymnasium was the naming of an All- Tournament team with the above group of seven players being selected for the honor by the com. mittee of Judges. Paw Paw High, tournament championst, led the list with three players, while Hedges. vllle had two named, Musselman, tournament run ner~up, had one, as did Harpers Ferry and the West Virginia School for the Deaf of Romney. Members of the team as shown above are (left to right) --Kneeling--Byron Goede, of Paw Paw, who was also named as the Most Valuable Player in the tours. anent to his team. and also the top foulshooter in tournament play; Arthur Robertson and Fred Hamil- ton, also of Paw Paw, the latter also winning the best defensive player honors for the tournament. Standing are: (left to right)--Steve Saville, Musselman; Sammy Blair and Terry Shickle of Hedges. ville; and Sago Garret of Harpers Ferry. Monte Hoover of the West Virginia School for the Deaf was also named, but was not present when the awards were made. (Photo Courtesy of Robert Scrivener of Marttnsburg Journal) that since Charles Town is no longer a member of they will be the first school to be cut from some HARMISON,S name is one among four other appli- who could come un with the head football coaching job Hagerstown High.. WAIT' until you get a look at the new Starlight Tot- with it's brilliant red carpet and numerous color schemes, tables, etc., at Shenandoah Downs. You won't recog- it. Bob Leavitt has come uD with another outstanding See it for yourself on Friday, March 18th, when the swing open... I (BY DON RENTCH) The Petersburg High School In the second half Petersbur also out-rebounded the Panthers 27-15 and 39-30 for the game. a poor 21-percent in shooting and of~ the 14 shots Jones made seven of them. Jones hit on four of his first six shots from the floor, but then after that he also had a little trouble finding the range of the basket. At the same time Petersburg hit for 28 shots out of 52 for a 53 percent shooting mark. Charles Town stayed in the battle for two periods, trailing at the end of the first period 11-9 and 26-23 at halftime. Butch Porter led the Peters- burg attack with 20 points, while l llllll Iltt*! W. P. C. 'Bill' Perry, member of the West Vir- Racing Commission, is on the mend after undergoing surgery in Charles Town's General Hospital last Sat- mornng. The Senator, who had just returned home attending a meeting of Racing Commissions in New La., complained of feeling badly last Friday night Waz rushed to the hospital in the Independent Fire ambulance... Hurry up and get out of there .. Shenandoah opens Maxch, 18th .... gymnasium was once again, for the second consecutive year, the Petersburg with only a 7-15 re- Jay Stewart at 15 and Bob Turley end of the tournament trail for cord on the season, clinched the 12. the Charles Town High basket- tournament crown Saturday night Each team drew 13 personal ballers last Friday night. And w:th an easy 58-38 victory over fouls, with Charles Town losing once again it was the Petersburg the Franklin High Panthers. Fran Earle Johnson via the personal High Vikings who killed theklin had upset Berkeley Springs foul route, with 4.13 of the last tournament aspirations of the High in the second half of Friday quarter remaining. Panthers. And this time they did night's doubleheader by 75-69 The defeat left Charles Town it in a most convincing fashion by i score in an overtime period with a 17-5 record. a 69-43 score in the semi-finals Except for the fine offensivet of the Section 2, Class-AA post effort of their ace scorei" and re- A end Church S d0y THIS IS hard for us to believe, one of our Pim- agents brings us the story that Chick Lang, long a fix- with the Messers Cohens at Pimlico and Lou Pondfield he was there, will move to Monmouth Park, N. J. in a far off date. Please check will you Leeds R., and C .... We'd like to know if it is true... A YEAR as West Virginia University basketball Bucky Waters has developed some opinions about W. He sized them up after the Southern Conference in Charlotte by saying they are more knowledge- most other fans. And Bucky has found them to be although they were often painted another color during King's last season there. Speaking of WVU, officials are not only sold on Waters but his first lieutenant, Moran. And freshman coach George Krajack fits the nlold---clean cut, dedicated to Water's goal--which is Tt RN TO 2--B WORLD'S "BIGGEST SELLER Miller AUTHORIZED DEALER Auto Sales (3 Miles South On Rt. 522) -- WINCHESTER, VA. HONDA 50ec CUB -- (To Be Given Away F-R-E-E) COme In And Register Between March 1 -- April 30 (Must Be 15 Years Old or Older To Register) HOURS -- 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. --- Monday Thru Friday Saturday -- 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M. season playoffs. In contrast to the 1965 to~lrna- ment when th~ Panthers and Vik- ings battled through three over. time neriods before the issue was decided bv a last second field goal. the Vikings this time took control of the battle at the outset and staked in front all the way. The loss for Charles Town. end ed their season, which had been a fine one with 17 wins and four defeats, on a somewhat dismal note. And for the Vikings the victory sent them into the tourna ment finals and a fine position to move into the Re ion 2. Class-AA plavoffs tn be staged in Davis & Elklns College in Buckhannon this week-end. The Panthers. who fielded, a re- vamped starting line-up as a re- sult of two re ,ulars having quit the team lust two days before the tournament, not only had a bad nizht in shooting, but failed to control the boards as they have done tn most of their battles this season. Coach Bill Jordan's Panthers did give the Vikings a battle for two periods, but then in the third period, they not only had a miser- able shooting rdeord, but also completely lost control of the boards and as a result they fell so far behind they never could catch up. In this period the Pan- thers, hit for only five shots in 39 attempts And while they were missing their shots the Vikings were burying them under a barr- age of baskets to move to a 19- point lead. In the final period the Vikings continued to fire away at the basket with great accuracy, and within the space of five minutes into the final period they had moved to a 25-point lead. bounder, Ernie Jones, Charles Town, showed very little often- sive punch during the* battle. Re~ The Spirit-Advocate They made only 14 of 68 shots for Y (BY MAX BROWN) With Spring just two weeks away, plans for the 1966 program events to be staged at the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Club in Jefferson County came in for dis eussion and consideration Monday night at the annual meeting of the club officers and membership held at the American Legion Lounge in Charles Town. One of the features of the meeting was the election of six members to the membership corn mittee for the 1966 season. These elected were: Mrs. Glen (Marge) Brown, Mrs. Margaret Blackford, Edward L. McDonald and Junior Jones for two year periods and Jack Akers and Oliver Kastle for three.year periods. This committee will in turn meet Monday night, March 14, at 7:30 and appoint the committee chairmen and membership who will head up the club's activities during the coming golfing season. Junior Jones presided at the meeting which included Dr. and ter Glenn. all officers of the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Crab Corporation, and some 35 members of the club. Club Pro John Elwood showed two movies about golf, one on putting and the other on pitch-and-run shots. Both were very interesting and instructive to the members. Door prizes awarded by Mr. Elwood were won by Conrad Ham mann, and C. W. Starr. There was a great deal of inter- est manifested on the approach- ing season and it was understood that several home-and-home mat- ches with nearby clubs had al- ready been scheduled and would be announced in the next few days. A complete schedule of events, both for the men and wo- men will be released after the membership committee meets next week. It was also announced that the course was in fine con- dition after the winter and many of the members were already busy working out whenever poss- ible. All indications point to another busy year at the popular Mrs. Marshall Glenn, Mr. and course here, with some new men- Mrs. Conrad Hammann, and Wal-. bers joining the club this season. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY m ~a ToBe The Charles Town Junior High cagers appeared Tuesday night to be headed for a berth in the finals of the six-school Junior High School cage tournament staged on the Charles Town Jun- ior High hardwoods Monday thro- ugh Wednesday night, when sud- denly they blew sky high and suffered a 37-33 defeat at the hands of the St. Joseph's Catholic Junior High cagers of Martins- burg in the first game of the semi finals of tournament play. The defeat eliminated the Bark er-coached Panthers from tourna- ment play and sent St. Joe's into the finals against the Musselman Junior High cagers who scored a decisive and easy 56-23 victory over Shepherdstown in the sec- ond half of the doubleheader. St. Joseph's had moved into the semi-final round of play by up- setting Hedgesville in the open- ~ng round of play Monday night by a 28-22 score; and Musselman gained their semi-finals berth by scoring an easy 59-32 victory over Harpers Ferry. In the Tuesday night action between St. Joe and Charles Town, the two teams battled each other on even terms in the first period, both teams hitting for only seven points in the low-scor- ing period. Both teams had three field goals and a foul shot, with Roth, Kim Reid and L. Cart, hitt ing for fielders for Charles Town and Frank Sowers getting two fielders and Bill Farrell one for St. Joe. In the second period which saw very little in the way of scoring, field goals by Kim Reid and L. Carr was all the scoring for Char lea Town, while a field goal by Jim Kee and foul shots by Knies- ly and Dave Kee provided all the scoring for St. Joe. With the score tied at 11.11 going into the second half, Char- les Town began hitting from the floor and rolled in 14 points to TURN TO PAGE 2--B Aft Tournament Team ERNIE JONES Ernie Jones and the school's cheerleaders salvaged some of the honors of the Section 2-AA schoolboy basketball tournament staged at Petersburg High School last week for Charles Town High School, even though the Panther cagers were upset in the semi, finals of play. Jones, the section's third scorer and one of the top rebounders, was named to represeent Charles Town on the all-tournament team. Jones, the leading scorer on the Panther team, dumped in 23 of the 43 points scored by Charles Town in losing to Peters, burg in the tournament semi- finals. The 6-1 senior also led the Panthers in rebounding in the tournament game. Others named to the team were Butch Porter, Jay Stewart and Bob Turley, all of Petersburg; Jim Koontz and Bill Adamson of Franklin; Garry Barr, Moorefield and Gary Dodson of Berkeley Springs. 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