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I II I I I I Illll [] I O I .If you have not received your PrezMailer, stop by the Bank or any participating Merchant and pick up an Application. BANKA SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Panthers.- :THURSDAY, MARCH 2e, 1970 B--2 Mullein- From Pa, e 1.B key role in the Rebels taking a '22-12 first period lead. The Pan- thers cut the lead to, five points in the second period on layup Shots by Danny Doleman, Larry Carr and Bill'Lindsey andl they shaved to one point 45-44 by the end of the third period. But the Panther offensive spurt lost steam~ just as ChaHes Town pulled even with the Rebels and they were still trying to catch up as the end came. Cart led the Charles Town sour II I defense with only seven minutes of action left, followed by some fine ball control and good clutch shooting, brought the Hedgesville High Eagles from the brink of defeat and despair to a state basketball championship Saturday afternoon in the Civic Center in Charleston. The Eagles, who were playing in their first state basketball tour A quick change to a pressing Eagles took off after the Million- aires; zoomed past them as the two-minute mark and kept sail- ing on to victory. With all-stater Mark Catlett running the team from an outside spot, the Eagles completely blitz- ed the Millionaires in the home- stretch drive, outscoring them by a 25-8 margin. Although Bramweli, a weU-bal- anced team, out-rebounded Hed- nament since 1958, were trailing gesviile 48-44, the Eagles were the Millionaires of Bramwell High better shots from the floor, hitt- School by 12 points and it looked ing 15 of 27 shots in the second like they would not make it to half when it counted, and 25 of their first state basketball champ 58 shots over-all as against only ionship in the history of the 22 of 61 by Bramwell, school But after a brief time-out ^. k ~.^ ~ - ^~.^^~. -, ,o " Althuut~u ,~,u ~.~ ~ ,~, -,~ ana regrouplng Ol meir torces, ~ a o I *hi,~,~ ,o,-i,a~ ~o~t~ and with some new strategy to try Ca--'t~e"t~ came%n~ s rong""in e they demonstrated to the some I~gt n~l"ind ~nrl h~ ~in~llv ~nnnd 6,000 wildly cheering fans, at ." "-- ~ --"-'- ~o~" r H--es ille that up wzth 25 points to be the game s :?.o~ ~ zom . eq:lge v leading scorer. He also pulled mey,naa what it za es to De a down 15 rebounds to be the leader cnampmn oy coming trom oemnu i. th t .to ~,mo to chalk up a 61-56 v ctory, k Time and again the Eagles had D pite fine sh?oting, by Mar " " 2 uauett m me nrs~ permo as ne demonstrated m registering a 23- e record in regular season and tour m~ .zour 03 .nls. SIX snoLs, ~e nament -lay they had the ability ~agtes iell Denlna ~ranzwelt lo- to come~brough~under pressur-e. [ 14. And in the second the Hedges And when their head Coach Gil-[ville cause became even meaKer bert Miller gave the word to press,as they hit a cold shooting streak " " seven points to Panther Trackmen Begin Wednesday Y FROM PAGi~ 1--B This is the time of the year head track coach at Charles Town once again when the schoolboy High, has for the past two weeks, ing with 32 points and he pulled Then with Danny Doleman, Lar- sports activities move from the been working his thinclads out down 19 rebounds, while Lidnsey, ry Cart, Lindsey and McIver all gymnasium to the outdoors, with both indoors and outside, depend- who had experience a great night cohtr!buting to the scoring, the track, baseball, golf and tennis re ing upon the weather, getting e to ament ~iemi-finals was P~n~ers mOVed ~nt t~ ~ 1X ru~i~t ~t~z u~ :=- "led ,mbt~h~- ",--~- placing wrestling and basketball, them ready for their opening I~ 11 Ipomt~. He pm ao~ leail~W~t~z only 2.46 of the second And ready or not, the Outdoor act meet which is set for Wednesday, 12:~i-ebounds. Reid,'who had en-Iperiod left to play. But at this joyed a good night in the semi- point the Travellers rallied as ion will start as early as next April 1, on the Charles Town [week for some of the section's High track. finals, ran into foul trouble and Joe Kania, Tom Layne, Terryschools, and for all of them by This will be a duel meet with left the game with still more than Sizemore and Jim Meadows began the following week.the Shepherdstown High track- seven minutes of play remaining, hitting and by halftime they had For some time now track coach men coached by'William (Bill) .Anderson led the Mullens off- cat the lead to 33.28. In this per- es and some of the baseball coach Osbourn and it is set for 3 p. m. ense with 23 points and their de- iod the Traveller's had been hurt es of the section, have been putt- The Charles Town High base- fense with 12 rebounds, when. Milge Baisl got into foul ing all of their proteges for the ball team, coached by Kent Shock The defeaf was only the second trouble and had to set out much 1970 teams who were not still in- will first see action Friday, April of the season for Charles Town of the pe/,iod, volved in basketball, through 4, at Warren County High School, as against 24 victories. The Panthers started the third daily pre-season works in antici- while Shepherdstown High's base period like the first, by rolling in pation of the early beginning of bailers will not see action until READ YIIE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE eight points on three fielders by combat action. Tusday afternoon April 7. For instance Doug Lutman, Golf action will get underway Now you can take it with you-in style. The tap-fresh taste of genuine Schlitz draught. Twelve ounces of the world s finest draught beer, ready to pour-any time, anywhere. Take homo a six-pak-at least. "When you're out of Schlitz, you're out-of beer." Wild Bunch hkes Lead In Prep Bowling 1182 Winchester Avenue -@istributed By-- Mafl mburg, W. Va. at Shepherd College April 2, when the Shepherd golfers play host to Gallaudet College at 2 p. m. Then on Friday April4, the Shepherd baseballers will be play ing host to Concord College in a STANDING OF TEAMS doubleheader at Shepherd College Teams W. L the first game beginning at 1 p. mAlso Friday the Shepherd track Wild Bunch 8 Hot Wheels 20~ 9~ Little Panthers 18~ 11~ Tigers 161 6 131 4 Sky Hawks Wacky Laeers 14 16 17 13 Panthers II Little Archies 10 The Magoos 21 The Wild Bunch moved into a slim one-point lead in~ the Charles Town Prep Bowling League Satur day by scoring a 2-1 victory while the Hot Wheels who were tied for the lead last week dropped a 2-1 decisio L At the same time the Little Panthers, the third-place team, moved close to the top by scoring a 3-1 victory. Robin Smith rolled the high single game score ameng the girls with a 106 game, while Kathy Longerbeam was second with a 105 game. Kathy Longerbeam also had the high two game score with a 194, while Robin Smith was second with 182. In ~the boys, action it was Billy Crum who rolled the top high game score, of 130 and also the top two game score of 257. Edgar Whiting was second in both cate- gorlea, rolling a 114 game and a 212 two game score, Lindsey and one by Curly, before the ~ Travellers could score. Then after Charles Town had moved outto a 41-28le~d: The Travellers again got into the scoring act and by the end of the third period had shaved two points off the lead, but still trailed b~f 12 points. In the final period the Pan- thers onc again came Up with a well-balanced scoring effort as Lindsey, Carr, Reid, Doleman and McIver all joined in the act. In addition to Lindsey, Cart and Reid also hit in double fig- urea, with Cart showing 16 points 17 rebounds and Reid I0 poiizts and seven rebounds. Jim Meadows, Terry Sizemore and J0e Kania, all had 13 point for the Travellers, with Sizem0re leadJag the team in ebotmd with 10. and field team will be traveling to Concord College for a meet. State Champs Get Their Reward---Shown above is the victorious Hedgesville High their coaches and managers, just after they had won the Class.A schoolboy basketball in the Charleston Civic Center Saturday afternoon by defeating the Bramwell Millionaires bY score. The championship trophy has just been presented to the Eagles in the above the Catlett Brothers--Mark and Steve-who played the major roles in the Eagles' bringing state crown into the Eastern Panhandle counties, accepting. The victory came as a great the brilliant 25-2 record which the Eagles rolled up over the past regular season play and on the merit trail. This was the fourth consecutive championship for the Eagles. They Bi-State crown, the sectional and regional championships. PRICE. You get the best price--be. cause a Dodge Boy always does his best to beat the cornpe tfon's deal. / st pric~ I'RADE.IN. You get the best trade-in--a Dodge Boy's trade-in allow- ance leaves your wallet a little fatter. FINANCING. 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