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Leon,s Cltgo 10 1 HarperS Ferry 8 3 Knights Pythias 8 3 Home Alter 3 8 Kasfle's Mens Shop 3 8 A. T. & T. 0 1 10 NEXT WEE--K'S SCHEDULE MONDAY, MARCH 14 (At Charles Town Jr. High) 7:00 p. m. - Harpers Ferry vs /ome Alter 8:00 p. m. - Knights of Pythias vs Kastle's Men's Shop 9:00 p. m. - Leon's Cltgo vs A. T. &T. --nON--- SCORES OF PAST WEEK TUESDAY, MARCH 1 Kastle's Men'~ Shop 43 A. T. & T. 31 Leon's Citgo 65 Harpers Ferry 64 Knights of Pythias 103 and Home Alter 44 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 Leon's Cltgo 91 Home Alter 65 Harpers Ferry 45 Kastle's Men's Shop 40 Knights of Pythias 64 A. T. & T. 32 THURSDAY, MARCH 3 Harpers Ferry 57 A. T. & T. 31 Kastle's Men's Shop 44 Home Alter 31 Knights of Pythla~ 70 Leon's Citgo 37 The Knights of Pythias cagers, who have been making a great comeback after a rather poor start, chalked up three more vic. tories in play in the Jefferson County Independent Basketball league last week, including an upset win over the league-leading Leon's Citgo and as a result they are tied for second-place and only two games back of the leader~ Leon's managed, however, to hold onto the league lead by scor ing a pair of victories in three battles. And Kastle's Men Shop turned in their best performances of the season last week as~ they won two of the three games and moved into a tie for fourth place. In the first of three games play ed Tuesday, March 1, Kastle's scored a 43-31 victory over A. T. & T., with John Shultz leading the Kastle team to victory with 19 points. Other scorers on the Kastle team were: Bob Birch, 12, J. Burch, 9, B. Walker, 2. Scoring for A. T. & T. were: tournament play, defeated the the right to meet Turmelton High, and H sse n High upsetting Thurl Roy, 9, Warick, 8, Henry Musselman High Apl~lemen Sat-~/i~ .... a 14-9 seasonal mark in ~e Harpers Ferry High's Tigers. 6, Thomas 4, and Pickett 4 urday night in the ffnals' of the game ,of Regional play The 44 point apd 22 rebounds In ,the second game that night Sec~on 2-A schooli)'oy basketball Friday night. Piedmont High with which Goede and Robertson chalk Leon s citgo of Shepherdstown, tournament in the Shepherd Cell- a 20-2 seasonal mark .will face ed up for the Pirates were just scored a 05-64 victory over the ege gymnasium, to win the sac- Bayard High, 9-13 on the season, too much offensive power and second-place Harpers Ferry team, board strength for the Applemen with ,Allen Mahoney leading the tion$1 crown and a berth in the in the opening game at 7:30 Fri- to cope with. Region 2, Class-A playoffs com- day night. Leon s Citgo boys to the victory ing up tl ls weeR-erl i iti the P6t - The two Friday night ers Musselman gave the Morgan with 23 points. Hunter had 12, mac state gymnasium in Keyser, will battle Saturday night for the countians a real battle in the Miller 9, MiUs 8, Branson 7 and first period and were leading by Myers 6 for the Leon's team a 12-10 margin. But in the second Longerbeam was the top scorer period the Pirates moved in for Harpers Ferry, with 17 points, front with 5:20 of the quarter re- Alger had 16, Trail 15, Jackson 8 maining and stayed in front the and D. Jones eight. rest of the way. In the third game Tuesday The third period was the real night, the Knights of Pythias sco- disasterous one for Musselman, red a smashing 103 to 44 victory as they went two-for-22 from the floor, and dropped behind in the scoring column by a 39-26 score. In the final period Musselman still had trouble finding the range of the basket, hitting only three of 19 shots and finished up the game with only a 13-for-64 You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thorouglfly qualified, by years of professional training and experieLce, to follow "doctor's utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS STUCK & ALGI PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621 -- Charles Town, W. Va. mark or a sub-park 20 percent in shooting from the floor. Goede, who was voted as the most valuable player to his team and was also named on the All- tournament team, led the Pirate~ in scoring with 28 points, and this added to his 27 points in the Hedgesville game, gave him a total of 55 in the tournament. Robertson had 16 points for the Pirates. ! Each team had two players foul out of the ball game in the final period. Householder and Hamil- ton were lost to Paw Paw and Orsini and Savflle for Paw Paw. Paw Paw had 22 personal called on them and Musselman 16. Go T Church Sunday A l.Ha Insuranoe Plan for your WHOLE FAMILY Nadonwide's new Family Pul- ley covers Mum, Dad, and all dependent children under age 18. And new babies covered at no premmm increase (after 15 days old) Oae iicy - one 10W premlem .- for all. family pmtectionl NORMAN E. KISNER lmmmnee Consultant Fa/rfax Bldg..-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty StrUt CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ! over the Home Alter team. In beating the Home Alter boys, the K of P set a new league team scoring record as James Ross led the attack with 25 points Other scoring by the K. of P. Team came from Newman, 16, Hammann, 16, Taylor 15, Ramey 12, Benton 9, T. Smith 8 and Doakes 2. Scoring for the Home Alter team was led by Oliver Waller, with 14, Simons had 13, Smith 11, Steve Weller, Johnson and Anders two each. Wednesday night Leon's Citgo scored a 91-65 victory over Home Alter as Clarence Branson dump ed in 30 points to lead the Citgo team to victory. Washington had 17 points, Miller, 12, Mills 10, Mahoney 9, Whittington 5 and Myers and Stephens 4 each for Citgo. Oliver Weller led the Home Alter attack with 22 points, while J. Smith had 17, Anders 14, Steve Weller and L. Kelley 6 each. In the second game Wednesday night Harpers Ferry edged the Kastle team 45-40, with Dave Trail leading the Harpers Ferry attack with 20 points. Other scor- ers for Harpers Ferry were: Jack son 9, Jones 8, Whitmore 6 and Longerbeam 2. For Kastle's it was John Schu- Itz who was high scorer with 19 points, while B. Burch had 13, J. Burch 5 and Myers 3. In the third game of the triple- header the Knights of Pythias scored a one-sided 84-32 win over the A. T. & T. cagers, with Doa- kes led the K. of P. attack with 24 points. James Ross had 18, Benton 17, Newman 14 and Ham- mann 11 for the I~ of P. Bob Henry led the A. T. &T. team in scoring with10 points, while Roy and Pickett had 8 each and Thomas 6. Thursday evening, March 3, the Harpers Ferry cagers scored an easy 57-31 win over the A. T. & T. with N. Willis leading the Harp- ers Ferry attack with 16 points, Ebersole had 10, Whitmore 10, Jones 8, Jackson 7, Longerbeam 4 and Alger 2. Thurl Roy was high for the A. T. & T. withl6, while B. Henry had 7, Queens- berry 4, Thomas and Bowers 2 each. In the second game Kastle's Men's Shop scored a 44-31 victory over the Home Alter team. J. Schultz led the attack for Kastle's with 18 points, while B. Butch had 12, J. Burch 9, Myers 4 and Walker 1. For Home Alter F. Simons had 11 to lead the team'S scuring,'whtle O. Weller had 8,~ S" Weller 6,Smith 4 and Anders "In the third and final game of the night, the Knights of Pythias pulled a real Upset in downing the Leon's Citgo cagers by a 70-37 score. Connie Hammann, James Ross and Sam Taylor divided the scor- ing honors for the K. of P., witt 13 points each. Newman had 11 Doakes 9, Ramey 7 and Bento 4. For Leon's it was Meyers who led the scoring with 17, while Washington had I0, Miller 6 and Stephens 4, (From Page One) a national power in basketball. WVU has scoured for talent in at least a dozen states this season. We do know that... BUZZ WHITMORE, our old carpenter friend wants us to let Bill Brill know that Jockey Stanley Small has returned from Florida and will be ready when the bell rings at Shen- andoah Downs on Friday night, March 18...O.K., Buzzy.. will do .... CHAMPS AGAIN! - Coach Erwin Fieger's Shepherd Cot- !ege swimmers won their fourth straight West Virginia In- ercollegia Conference championship by edging West Vir- ginia Wesleyan 125-120 in the cla sc shg d at Buck- harmon last Saturday night... TOP CHEERLEADERS:"Barbara Hunt, Susan League, Karen Marcus, Pat Doyle and Charnell Bayior, representing Charles Town High School were declared the best cheer- leaders at the Petersburg tournament and our congratulat- ions to them for a splendid job of doing their best to pull Panthe through.. . ......... PIEDMONT HIGH ended Wardensville's dream of a state championship at Keyser last Saturday night by whipping the Warriors 60-47... WE'RE HAPPY to see the Cassius Clay-Ernie Terrell title fight kicked out of the United States and hope that it doesn't return. We trove had far too much of O1 Loud Mouth and believe that he is in trouble as far as future fights in the U. S.'are concerned .... CONGRATULATIONS Town High's Ernie on making All-Tourney team at Petersburg last Saturday night. Ernie played, a lot of excellent basketball this year for the Panthers and his sho will be difficult to fill next eeasom.. m~w~t HAG SSTOWN is sl te to be a m /or top , or s As, Duckpin championship open ,at hoag v ea ow x owz riaay, April Ist. Prize money fbr the nctioned event by the National Duckpin Coagre total $6,000, so we understand... , ,, HIGHLEY RODERICK this gem for tdoay: You will always stay young if you live honestly, eat slowly, sleep s ufficiently, work industriously, worship aithfully... and ~" roar ..... Three-Night FROM PAGE I-B THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 PIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATM ------- defeat the defending champions, TkA nine for St. Joe to take a 25-20 Hedgesville. J lt~U IIIU margin. Reid had three field It was Curtis Butts and Wen / goals, Cart two and Roth one to dell Mosby who scored 38 pointsI lead the Charles Town scoring in between them to lead Musselman/ 60 TO CH~H this period, while Dave Kee and to the win over Harpers Ferry. Frank Sowers kept St. Joe in the ball game with a pair of fielders. Charles Town upped it's lead BONUS to seven points early in the final "--- "-" period and were still leading by 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS 100 seven with only five minutes of play remaining. ~ AT -- Then it happened: Charles Town ~ END GUI~ SERVICE not only began throwing the ball away, showing seven turnovers in CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. the home stretch, but they lost their shooting eye. Then mild On Purchase Of $5.00 Or More panic set in , and soon the Pan- thers were also fouling the St. GOOD FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH WITH THIS COUPON Joe boys. The end result was St. Joe hit for 17 points to eight for Charles Town, with 11 of the St. Joe points coming at the foul line. Even as late in the game as the last 35 seconds Charles Town was still in front, but they could hold on long enough for the victory. In the last hectic five minutes of i play Mike Knisely hit six of seven foul shots for St. Joe, while Sow- ers hit three of four and Rod Owens hit on two for two from the feel lane. During that period Charles Town had four foul shots and missed then all. (Certified Wiring) ---MODERNIZE YOUR-- i Kim Reid was the top scorer for Charles Town with 12 points, while Cart had 10, Roth 6, K. Smith 3 and L. Mclvor two. Frank Sowers was the top scar, er for St. Joe with 15 points, Home- Office- Farm while Knisely had 8, and Dave Kee 5. GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghou In the second game of the night Musselman, led by the fine shoot ...... Products ing of Curtis Butts, moved into an 11-5 first period lead, and in- creased it to 27-8 by halftime by holding the Shepherdstown boys scoreless from the floor in the second period. The two teams battled on even terms in the third period, but in the home stretch Musselman roll ed in 18 points to four for Shep- herdstowl~. 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