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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1982. 14 HEAD COUGAR CAGE COACH SPEAKS TO MIDGET LEAGUE PLAYERS AT BANQUET On Monday night, April 19th, at 6:00 p.m the Charles Town Midget Basketball League held their annual banquet at Jefferson High. The event started off with a chicken dinner and con- cluded with presentations of awards. It was estimated that over 500 people attended this banquet. Charlie Scott, Jefferson Cougar head Basket- ball Coach, gave a very fine speech which cen- tered on being "Mentally Tough," especially in the line of sports. John Skinner presided as Master of Ceremonies and the President of the League, "Brownie" Chrisman and Sandy Pindell made trophy presentations. "Brownie" wishes to thank everyone who was involved with the banquet and the League this year for their many hours of support in making this year a very enjoyable one. @ LADLES' Biddy Smoot "~AAAAAAAAAAAA~AAAA~ vVvvvvvVV~VVV ~v~vv" Lena Kruger has stroked herself to four early victories with recent wins over Robbie Smith, 10-0 and Barb Benner 10-6. Linda Spunich tagged Lena for a win, 10-8, and then Linda also banged out wins over Lu King, 10-4 and Robbie Smith, 10-0. JoAnn Perkins, back in action after a winter sabbatical to present a new baby tennis player, chalked a win over Bonnie Kelly, 10-6 to begin playing herself back into form. Barbara Bolstridge posted her second win by outscoi'ing Wanda Aitcheson, 10-7. In doubles, JoAnn Perkins- Barb Psillas edged Patsy White-Wanda Aitcheson, 11-9, then posted a win over Lynn Unmcheid-Dot Caperton, 10-4. Barb Ramey-Jean Doyle outscored Joan Smith-Peg McOulien, 10-4, then lost to Patsy White.Gall Smallwood, 10-4. Marge Fargo-Judy McGehee outhit Eleanor Manzuk-Vivian Gwynn, 10-2, and Bonnie Kelly-Betty Dickey overcame Joan Smith- Peg McCullen, 10-5. Another Jefferson Winner, Jayvee Cougar Golf Team, 8-1 On Season Girls Split Pair Match, The Jefferson High girls junior varsity tennis team split two contests this past week. On April 22, the girls lost to Williamsport varsity 4- 3, and then on April 24, the girls bounced back with a 7-4 win over the Mercersburg JV squad. The JV girls are now 4- 2 on the year. Winning singles versus Williamsport were: Dorrie Kowalski, Stephanie Milburn and Debbie Sbewbridge. Singles winners against Mercersburg were: Kowalski, Milburn, Lisa Lutman, Michelle Shewb~dge, Julie Benner, and Tanja Bomanko. Doubles winners were: Deb- bie Sbewbridge and Maria Johansson. The JV girls will visit Mer- cersburg on May I, and host Clear Spring on My 6. Add another winner to the list of Jefferson High athletic teams. The Cougar golf team coached by Paul Wilmoth, is really in high gear. During the past week, the linksmen posted their seventh and eighth victories of the season. The only loss of the year was in a triangular match in the ir.itlal start. They finished second in that one by a couple of strokes. This past Week, Jefferson started things off with a 161- 201 victory over Loudoun County. In that one, Dave 13oggs was Cougar medalist with a great 37 in the nine-hole affair. John Myatt had a 40, Bill Boggs a 41 and Tom McKee a 43. Tuesday, despite inclement weather, Jefferson traveled to Keyser and defeated the host club, 153-176 at Potomac Country Club. Again, Dave Boggs led the way with a sparkling 33; Bill Boggs had a 38: John Myatt a 40, and Tom McKee, a 42. Medalist for Keyser wa~ Dean Priddle with a43. Jefferson was scheduJed to tackle Randolph Macon at Sleepy Hollow Wednesday. Next week on Tuesday, the Cougars host Hedgesville; Wednesday they'll be at Mercersburg; and Thursday will take on St. James at Sleepy Hollow. Y The Jefferson High School Eric DeBoni-Larry Davis. boys' varsity tennis team won both their outings tl-~. past week to up their season record to 12-6-I. On April 20, JHS blanked visiting Bishop Walsh 9-0; then on April 21, they won Youth All Four Teams In League To See Action In Pair over host Loudoun Valley, 7-2. Singles winners against Bishop Wals.h were David Didden, Kelly Colbert, Ken Cameron, David Wilt, Todd Kruger, Willie Pindell, Tim Brunori and Gary Leslie. Doubles teams winning were: Didden-Wilt, Colbert- Cameron, lG,'uger.Pindell and Action in the Shenandoah Valley Ladies' Slow-Pitch Sof- thall League will get under- way Sunday afternoon on the Leetown Park softball fields with all four league teams participating. Donna Piper, league president, said the league opener will be at 2:30 p.m. or as soon after a game between two teams in the men's Slo- Pitch league has been com- pleted. That game begins at I p.m. and should be over in time for the ladies' play to begin at 2:30. Meeting in this first game will be the Harpers Ferry Realty girls and the "Smokies." Then after two teams of the men's slow-pitch league play the second game of the Men's League doubleheader, the other two teams in the Women's League will take over at 5:30 and round out the Ladies' l.e~gue doubleheader. Meeting in this game will be the CCC Riders and the Brothers of Harmony. President Piper said league action will take place weekly from Monday through Thur- sdays with the Ladies' and Men's Leagues alternating in the playing of games under the lights at the Leetown Park. Mrs. Piper said the reason for the delay in getting publicity out on the opening and play of the Shenandoah Valley Ladies' League was that one team had dropped out at the last minute and another had to be found. Other officers of the league are: Sandy Taylor, vice- president; Francine Kidrick, secretary and Betty Braxton, treasurer. The Jefferson High School girls and boys tennis teams are enjoying an outstanding season of play as the season nears the halfway point of ac- tion. The varsity girls team shows a 13-1 record followed by the varsity boys at 124-1, the junior varsity boys at 10-2, and the junior varsity girls at 4-2. The most difficult problem "'faced by head coach Glenn Edwards and assistants Mike Roush and Steve Peterson has been getting all sixty active players sufficient playing time. All team members have participated on either the var- sity or junior varsity level to date and most show winning records. Ken Cameron, Kelly Colbert, David Didden, Todd Kruger, David Wilt, and Rndd Ramey have all shown their ability to hold down the num- ber one singles slot at various times thus far while Barbara Fargo, Michelle Mattei, Traci Albin, Dorrie Kowalski, and Sherry o Keiter have proven their worth at the number one singles position for the girls squad. The records of the high school team members are as follows. The singles, won-loss is listed first, followed by the doubles won-loss. Girls team: Sherry Keiter, 13-0, 11-2; Barbara Fargo, 13- I, 9-3; Lisa Strange, 9-2, 6-2; Mic[-~le Mattei, 9-5, 3-5; Traci Albin, 8-6, 9-3; Jean Cross, 7-3, i 7-2; Stephanie Milburn, 6-0, 3- I; Gail Reeder, 6-1, 5-1; Dome Kowalski, 5-3, 6-3; Michelle Shewbridge, 3-0, 0-0-1; Lisa Lutman, 2-0, 5-3} Michelle Lochbaum, 2-I, 4-I; Tonya Smallwood, 2-2, 2-4; Bey Sch- wartz, I-0, 2-5; Julie Benner, I- 0, 0-2; Tanja Ramanko, I-I, 2- 2; Debbie Shewbridge 1-2, 4-2; Marie Johansson, 0-0, 4-I-1; Sue Stickles, 0-0, 0-2; Amy Watson, 0-0, 0-4; Kami Fries, 0-0, 2-I; Lisa Titus, 0-0, 2-$; Shelly McCauley, 0-O, 0-2; Valerie Bisset, 0-1, 2-I; Juanita Gustines, 0-1, 1-4; Karen Cook, 0-2, 2-1. Boys team: Willie Pindell 12-3, 6-3; David Wilt 12-3, 1; Kelly Colbert 12-4, 11-4; David Didden 12-5, 9-3-1; Todd Kruger 12-5, 6-3; Ken Cameron 10-6, 8-5; GaD' Leslie 8-0, 6-4; Tim Brunor 7-2, 9-3; Rndd Ramey 7-4, 6-1; Alan Bendell 5-1, 8-0; Eric DeBeni ~1, 5-1,; Jared Scheerer 5-1, 7- 2; Billy Baker 5-2, 5-1; Ray Holmes 5-2, 9-3; Brett Wilmore 4-0, 4-2; Larry Davis 4-2, 6-2; Andy Moore 4-3, 5-0; Steve Balckford 3-I, 7-2; Joe Jones 3-1, 6-4; Cliff Hale 2-0, 4- 1; Chris Bush 2-2, 4-I; Chip Daniel I-0, 7-I; Todd Allan I-0, 3-2; Chuck McGee 1-0, 0-4; Tim Bentley I-1, 2-1; Steve Davis I-1, 2-2; Jeff Barr 0-0, 7- 1; Thomas Hildebrand 0-0, 4.4; Rob Ott 0-I, 3-3; Matt Bennette 0-1, 6-2; Barrie Hamm 0-1, I-3; Vince Petti 0-0, 0-1. Area Youn Invited To Winning singles contests Into 3rd Week against Loudoun Valley were: Cameron, Didden, Kruger, The three divisions of the Annual Leetown FishinDay Holmes, Gary Leslie, and Joe Jefferson County Youth Jones. Double teams posting Soccer League enter their To Be Held Satu day May 8 wins were: Cameron-Colbert third week of play this r , Natural Resource Awareness program. No licenses are needed and there are no charges; however, youngsters must provide their own tackle and bait, and parents are responsible for their conduct and safety. IWLA members and NFC personnel will be on hand to assist, and to register youngsters for drawings of fishing tackle at 1 pan. Sandwiches, soft drinks and other refreshments will be available on the grotmds. In case of adverse weather, the event will be re-scheduled for Saturday May 15 during the same hours. Jefferson Jur and Wilt-Pind Al. The varsity boys will host Frankfort at Jefferson Memorial Park on April 29, begin'ring at 1 p,m, On April 30, they visit Parkview High; May 1, the netters visit Mer- cersburg for a I p.m. contest; and on May 4, the Cougar boys journey to Hampshire County, ,r Pony Club Horse Show To Be Held May 9At Morgans Shenandoah Valley Pony stirrup classes. Leadlh'm pony Club's annual horse show will will be open to English and be Sunday, May 9 at Morgans Western rides ages six and Grove Park, S1epberdst~n, under. A baby' green hunter WNa. Ju~ by Mrs. John ,~ class will be featured for Lee and ~ Burke Lee of riders and-or mounts in their Plains, Va, the show is a fii'st year of showing over member of the Maryland. fences. Pennsylvania Horse Show The show will begin at 9 Clrcm~t, a.m with simultaneous Prize lists and more in. class~ running in two rings. A ~tion may be obtained ,I2mo. negative Coggins test is from Mrs. Nancy Isaacson of Middletown, Md. 371.6036, LEETOWN -- The 4th Annual Leetown Fishing Day for area youngsters, co-hosted by the Jefferson County Chapter, Izaak Walton League of America, and the National Fisheries Center, has been set for Saturday, May 8, from 9 aan. to I p.m. As in the past, the event will be staged at the IWLA's 1.75. acre pond one mile south of Leetown and is. open to all youngsters ages 6-14 years, ff ~ed by a parent or adult. In previous years, the event has attracted between 400 and 500 children and parents. The Fishing Day ia the IWLA's principal youth activities event, and part of the l'~PC's chairman, or Mrs. Weedy ICing of ShOwn, W.Va. 876-2761, secretary. Pr~. rily for juniors, the show will feature some classes adults, including a total of classes in six divisions: reg. lar working hunter, green Imnter, junior hunter, pony hunter, pleasure horse (~) and youth western. There will be a full range of equitation classes, other pleamu'e classes, traitor and and short require& Light refreshments will be available during the day but exhibitors are urged : to bring lunch. Trophies will be awarded for division champions and reserve champions; money and four ribbons will be awarded in stake classes; junior and regular classes will receive six and four ribbons r ively. Travel is educational; it teaches appreciation of the home, among other things. Saturday May 1 with games scheduled in Charles Town at the American Legion Field and Shepherdstown at Morgan's Grove. At Legion h 9:00 a.m. Tuscawilla Tor- nadoes vs. Shannondale Celtic; 10:30 a,m. Charles Town Races vs. TuscawiUa Timbers; 12 noon Shepherd. stown Santos vs. Tnscawilla Wildcats. At Legion Hi I0 a.m, Tuscawilla Black Hawks vs. Charles Town Sting; I1 a.m. Clmrles Town Panthers vs. Shepherdstown Golden Eagles. At Morgan's Grove: 9 a.m. Shepherdstown Blast vs. Charles Town Fury; 10:30 aan. Charles Town Socker Shepherdstown Sting; 12 noor Sl~epberdatown Silver Bullets vs. l~ascawilla Black Watch. The Standings after two weeks of play are: In Division No. 5 the Tuscawilla Tornadoes are the leaders with two victories no losses, no ties and four points; the Charles Town Eowdies are second with 1-1-0 and '2 points; the Shannondale Celtics are third with no wins, no defeats, but one tie and one point; the Shepherdstown Blast is tied for third place with one point and the Charles Town Fury is last with no wins, 1 defeate no points. In Division No. 6 -- the Slmnnond a]e Celtics and the Tuscawilla TLmbers are the leaders with two wins, no defeats and no ties &-zl four points. The Charles Town Racers and ~epherdstown Santos are tied for third place, each with two points, and the TnscawiUa Wildcats, Charles Town Sockets and Sbepberd- stown Stings still have not registered a point. In Division No. 7, the Shepherdstown Golden Eagles are the leaders with one win and one tie for three points. The Shepherdstown Silver Bullets, the Tuscawilla Blackhawke and Tmcawllla . Black Watch and the Charles Town Stings are tied second place each with two points. While the Charles-Town Panthers are in sixth place with one point and the S mnondMe Celtics are last without a polnL Netters Res "The weather was really great for temis or any other outside activity last week and the Junior Netters to~ advan- tam of the weather on the courts. Saint James of Hager- atown, Md visited Jefferson Memorial Park April 21st and decim'one0 the bey heifers 7-2. Singles winners were: Kevin Joimann and Steve Tolbert. The junior girl netters won (5) five ainglea matcbes in tbeir 6- 3 victory over the St. James girl netmm. Sing wtnne. were: Leslie Skinner, Marie cala, Caok, Mmmm and Julie Kruger. Doubim team of Skimmr-Cain BROOKS KEPT BUSY GIVING AUTOGRAPHS TO In the above picture Brooks Robinson, former star the Baltimore Orioles, is shown surrounded by youngsters autograph at the Jefferson High Baseball field where he spent Saturday afternoon, having a part in the formal ceremonies for the new electric scoreboard which has been the baseball field with financial help from the Shepherdstown and Jaycee-ettes, the Charles Town Moose Chapter, Heritage and others. (Photo by Cougar in The Jefferson High girls varsity tennis team picked up two tough wins this week to improve their season record to 13-1. On April 20, the lady Cougars downed previously unbeaten Bishop Walsh 6-3, at Jefferson High, and then on April 23, the varsity netters edged visiting Loudoun Valley 5-4, after fighting off five mat- ch points at number two doubles. Singles winners versus Bishop Walsh included Sherry Kelter, Barbara Fargo, Jean Cross, Lisa Strange, Gail Reecler, and Dorrie Kowalski. Doubles teams winning were: Merle From Page that contest nothing right, make no Keiter-Fargo, Cross-Strange, and Stephanie Milburn-Lisa 18 walks and Lutman. errors and Winning singles matches the four-inning against Loudoun Valley were: Ballenger went Keiter, Fargo, Cross, chding Strange, Gaff Reeder, and White, Wayne Tonya Smallwood Doubles Stambaugh and winnere were: Traci Albin- Donough each Fargo, Keiter-Cross and And pitcher J. Strange-Smallwood. held Ireton to The varsity girls will host In Frankfort at Jefferson High Liberty on April 29, beginning at 1 Gray picked up p.m. On April 30 they host pitching win of Parkview; on May 1, the girls while I visit Mercersburg; and on White provided May 4, they visit Hampshire offensive punch. County. Saturday was a ggard To Open At Race Track When Merle Haggard eorre.s to the Charles Town Turf Club on May 22, it will mark the start of the third annual summer concert series at the West Virginia track. The 1982 edition of the Country Western Concerts will include six shows, with T.G. Sheppard appearing on Friday, June 18; Marty Robbins on Saturday July 10; Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee on Saturday July 31; Moe Bandy and Gene Watson on Saturday August 21 and Ricky Scuggs closing out the series on Saturday September 4. All concerts ~ feature two performances, the first starting at approximately 5:30 p.m. with the second following the races at ap- proximately 11:30 pan. For the first time since the concerts began in 1979, a season ticket package will be offered for $25.00. The also won. Powhatan of Boyee, Virginia hosted the junior net- ters Friday at Millwood Coun- try Club. Powhatan over- powered the girl netters in, winning 7-2. Singles winners were: Marie Cain and Julie Kruger. Both boys teams split singles and doubles wins in tying their match 3-3. Boys singles winners Greg Black- ford and Stephen Skinner and doubles team of Noland- Skinner also won. St. James hosted the Jeffer- son Junior heifers April 24, Saturday and our junior net- ters spoiled the afternoon for the host team. S r 40es winners were: Kevin Johnson, Chris Smith, Ben Psillas, Mike Pin- dell, Jason Smith and doubles teams of Johnsou-Smith and Clendeni -Wilson also won. The girl nettors five singles matcbes before decisinning St. James. Singles winners were: Marie Cain, Cheryl Cook, Missy Milburn, Julie Kruger and Megan De]any. The junior netters will have a couple of days rest before resuming matches. The boy netters will host Randolph- Macon April und then prac- rice until May 4. All parents and riends are encouraged come watch and support the junior nettem at Jefferson Memorial Park. package gives the buyer a chance to save $5.00 on the season, as individual tickets sell for $5.00, The season ticket book will go on sale at the track ad- ~on office on April 21 and continue through the first concert on May 22. The package will also be available at the Heck's Stores in Mar- tinsburg, W.Va Charles Town, W.Va and Winchester, Va as well as the Colonial Music Stores in Frederick, Md. All ticketron locations will sell a ticket that will be ex- changed at the track for the season book. Those taking advantage of the limited season ticket offer will also receive the CBS Records LP, "Charles Town Countryside," featuring 10 stars of Charles Town con- certs. The album anust be picked up at the race track with an exchange ticket that comes in the season ticket book. Shenandoah was only games, starting morning, and the afternoon, former ( Books Robinson new electronic They weren't (many count. was good. to mingle autographs. won both its Lincoln High High, both of ace of strikeout lmrled a game with supported by BOb Dillow with apiece. In the first lincoln Hi gh, Brian a three hiker; had a three run Jamie McDonough run shot. played Saturday heat Musselman Musselman 7-4. 1. Dingy Stick -Kills 2. Burn ( 3. 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