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sPmrr OF Z mner's VOC^ZZ 13 THUI DAY, MAY 6,1982 -v v ~ vvv w w vv w ~ vv v ~ ~ ~ MEN'S DISTRICT COACH OF YEAR - An- was made this week by" Robert Rizzo, Director of Region V of the West Coaches Association, that Johnny E. head baseball and assistant basketball at Jefferson High School, has named as the District II Coach of the Year By winning this honor Lowery will The second season for St. Albans of the Distric of Jefferson High School's Columbia for the finals of the base~ team gets underway St. Albans tournament. next week, and Coach John As of Wednesday morning, Lowery hopes it will be as the Jefferson record was an Costy Caras mcc msful as the first season excellent 21-6. vvvv A During the past week, the ~'=',~--~~,:~--~t-~,~ - has been to dste. Next week marks the start o~ state tournament play, with sectional oo~tition carded, followed by the regimmls the week of May 24, and the state finals the week of May 31. This year, two w~ are being allowed for sectional playoffs, inasmuch as the Secondary Activities Com- mission has ruled that sec- tional titles will be decided by double elimination. The regionals and state piayoffs will be single elimination, as in the past. Sectional play gets un- derway next Tues but does not involve Jefferson. Hampshire and Mart urg play at Romney Tuesday afternoon at 1:30; while Tuesday evening, Keyser will be at Hedgesville. Then, on May 13, Jefferson pray the wimer of the Hampshire - Martinsburg Cougars lost to Park View, I- The Spring Member- 0; split with Frankfort, 14.4 Member tournament which and I-4; divided a will have its renewal Satur- doubleheader with Mer- day-Sunday May 15-16, at the cersburg 4-2 and 5-10 ddeated Sleepy Hollow Coarse, is St. Mmrla Goretti, 17-6 and shaping up as the curtain lost a heartbreaker to Mar- raiser for the more serious tinslmrg 6-5. golfers registered at the local In that loss to Park View, course. Jefferson hurler J.D. I. oked on as the "First Kranenberg had his finest Major" tournament of the day. In the overtime contest, club's events list, the Mern- Kranenberg went the allowed her-Member has attracted a ten innings and struck out fine early list of nomirmes. To twenty Park View hatters. He be played under a new format gave up only one hit. Park this year, designated by View won the game in the tournament chairman Bill eleventh inning. Andrews and his com- After winning the initial mitteemen, this year's contest with Frankfort in tourney will be a blind draw. easyslashion, the Jefferson There will be two.man team defense fell apart in the prizes and also four man team second game, with the prizes. A blind draw for two Cougars commiting six errors man teams with two, two-Utah and Frankfort won going teams making up playing away. foursomes based on suc- Kranenberg struck out cessive drawings. to Indianapolis, Indiana, this Summer contest, and will be the seven as Jefferson won the Fiayers will have the benefit he will be honored at the national convert- visiting team no matter which opening game at Mer- of full handicaps. Two man team it plays, playing at cersburg. But Mercersburg team awards will be based on of the High School Athletic CoachestinslxtreithergR mney or Mar- found its batting eye and best hall play on Saturday and Lowery was nominated for this high " pounded out a 10-5 decision in Sunday, plus a two day total. honor by the Region V Coaches From that point forward it andthe West Virginia Coaches gets a bit complicated, but the The National Convention of Coaches / sectional play could cm ue Fridaf, Mar 21. held June 21-25 in Indianapolis. PAso at the Indiana High School state basket- tournament will be staged on June 24 and to witness this play. HONORED -- Another honor has to a most deserving athlete at Jefferson School Roy Banjoman, who has made his in both football and basketball, and is starring m track and- :Basket. Coach Charlie Scott has announced that been chosen to play in the North- Classic, an all-star game, to be the L gan (W. Va.) field house on June He's the second Cougar to be so honored. Gibson played four years ago and won the valuable player award. Banjoman will be a of the all-star game in Charleston June 17 go to Logan for practice and the con- itself. Incidentally, Scott notes that a num- colleges are seeking the services of Ban- the team's leading scorer and team as well as those of Danand Mike Trackm, Easily Mercersburg In the meantime, Jeferson has six regular season games remaining. One was Wed- nesday with I~udoun County at homa; on Thursday, Park View will be at Shenandoah Junction; Friday, the Cougars trek to L )udoun County; Saturday to Fort Hill of Cumberland for a doubleheadar: and Monday at 7-YEAR-OLD ROBERT WHALEY OUTSTANDING JUNIOR WRESTLER Sever-year-old Robert Whaley, a member of the Jefferson Junior High wrestlers, has had an outstanding season in the sport. Robert placed third in the AAU qualifying tournament staged in Lancaster, Pa and then advanced to the Middle Atlantic Regional Junior Wrestling finals, where he was beaten in a very close match. Donnie Clopper, also a member of the Jefferson Junior Wrestling team, advanced to the Regional finals before losing a close match. Both Wbaley and Clopper are to be congratulated on their outstan- ding performances this past season. (Photo by Eddie Davis). second contest. Four man awards will be on AgaL, mt St. Marie Goretti, two day totals. The same Jd rson needed only five foursomes will be teamed for innings to dispose of the the 36holes. Maryland rivals. "This format will be a sort Walks spelled disaster in the of get acquainted tour- Maninsburg game Tuesday. nament" said Andrews, "It After Mike Gore got into will give many players a trouble in the third, walking a dmnce to team up in tour- pair of Ma urg batsmen, naw mt play for the first time. Kranenberg came in "cold" The greater majority of the and walked three more bdore members seem to embrace Bill Bartley rapped a bases this format," added the loaded triple and ice the tourney director, "some may decision, not agree fully with this Yankees ,cbmge in the play, however, it T~la~ promises to enhance our club G4mm play." ladlam Last year Johnny Braves Rutherford and Dennis Johnson and the Appell Brothers, Jim & Bob ~a. red championship ~ net I~ two days totals. Three tean~ were knotted at 128 which The Jeffersm Irngh School Fargo, Traci All~n, Dorrie girls rarity tennis team won Kowalski, Jean Cross, Lisa fonr matches in easy fashion Strange and Lisa Lutman. this past week to raise their Doubles winners were Keiter- season recore m 17oi. The Albin, Fargo-Cress, strange- seventeen wins sets a school Gail Reeder aqd Stephanie record for the girls team for Milburn-Tonya Smallwood. total number of wins in a On April ~, the Jefferson season. The girls varsity also ~xls shut out visiting Frank. beat the Mercersburg fort 12-0. Singles winmrs were Academy for the first time in Fargo, All,Keiter, Mattei, e history of JES. Kowalski, Cross, SWange, and Reeder. Doubles teams The Cougar girls opened the week by tt nt Broad Run 12.0 on Al ll at Ashburn, Virginia. Singles winners were Sbe Keimr, Barbara Roy Banjommn, Lester Twyman, Mark New u m and W'miam Smith combined to set a new school mark for Jef. in he 400-meter relay ruth a of 44 seconds flat. l bywas in that 1500 meter run, trot he set a new school mark of 4:=.Z Brook Maybery set a new sdmol mark in the m0.meter intermediate hurdles with a @3 docking. Jefferson win- ners in the meet Jeffersm High School and field squad con. its ways last e ashy ouML . s~,~cing Acaclemy m a at Mercersburg, Pa Cougar thinclads are themselves ' .eam to beat" in this In fac,against Met- Jefferson cap- idlbut two events, the meter ~i~ ~ TOP PLAYERS IN SOFTBALL TOURNEY Doakes, shot put; Newman, long jump; windy, jump; Longerbeam, pole vault; Kelican, triple jump; Doak,disc=; hig Mayber~; Banjoman, I00 nm~ers; K. Hosby, 400 meters; Mayberry, intermediate hurdles; K. Hosby, 800 meters; Smith 2~0 meters. JEF N Teams W-L L AGUE Astr 1-.6 STANDING OF TEAMS Cubs 1--0 NATIONAL DIVISION Mets 1--4 Teams W-L Cardinals 0--1 0-1 LADLES' Biddy Smoot &AA4AAAAAAAAAA~ AAAAI "VVVV~VVV~VVVV~V~VV Grain loam May Now Be Extended Whatever happened to the exercise of that good old fashioned word con n t ent? Have we become so rough a society of "do my own ~ing" that any agreement, whether verbal or written, holds no n~ aning for us? Have we stopped honoring ore" word, that binds us to what we said we would do? Are rules only existing to be broken? To focus in on what I am referring to, just recently in the tennis news, Ivan Lendl committed himself to par- ticipate in one tournament, then later announced he would by.pass that tournament to play in another one. He can't be two places at one time, and to me, he ls honor bound to his first commitment. Also Bjorn Borg has opposed a ten tournament commitment that would automatically qualify him to participate at Wim- bledon and in the French Open. He doesn't want to be obligated to those com- mitments that all players must adhere to, but would rather play against players for money in non-tournament attractions. If every tennis- professional exercised the same attitude as Lendl and Borg could you imagine the confusion and discord it would create for every ~ and every tournament. People want to see the big names and with this attitude there would never be a guarantee of seeing any certain player if he has the right to "pull out" of tournament he desires or to 1--0 Dodgers 1--4 0-1 Games on Tap 0--1 ursday, May -- Car- 0-1 dinals vs Twtm and Astro vs live. It must have ordm'. It Yankees. must be just for all. Rmust included the duos of Del Brady-Lon Germaine; Robert trek to Frederick on Sunday, All games start at p.m. Meadows-Wayne D'Angelo; May 23, and the Home and Opening day was a big and Johnny Propst.Cliff Home series. The first 40 . success as the jefferson Little Peacher. Checking in at 129 signees get the nod for the trip Baseball League started its were Vaughn Russell-Lee S ley; Tom Doyle-Charles ,Johnson; and Ted Johnson- Gene Staley. Last year's Member-Member was played ruder cap in's choice cor ditions. Early registration lists promise a stellar ttu,'nout for this event with such top golfers as Greg Stevens, Andrews, Joe Groves, t-my winning were Albin-Keiter, Blackiord, Tom Doyle, Del Fargo.Mattei, Milburn- Brady, Dean Bush, John Lutman, and SmaUwood. F mmert, Jim Hecker, Larry Marie Jehamson. Ambrose, Robert Meadows, Bill Kave, Jim J~ Don Don Sw,Larry OR, Hank Aaron, Roland Kelcher, Lou Gernmine, Oliver Kastle, Dave Ward, Ken Willingham, CharUe Ruimen Miner, Craig Kastle, Dave Ta , ,run O.int n, Garry Staley, Ken Xkers, Marry m.dm t, producers wRh Imi crop corn and grain sorghum commodity loans now have the option to exteMtl loam an six montha. opUm is berg ered because prices for these commoditte are currently low," mock mid. scho record for teamwins in Steve Anderson, Johnny a season and marked Jd- and Peter Otak- ferson's first eva" win over the makian heading the early Mercersburg varsity girls entrants for the top prize. team. Singles winners were Entry deadline for the Albin, Keiter, Fargo and Spring Member-M is Mattei. Doubles winners were Monday, May 10. The girls varsity hosted Park View on April 30, and won 8-I. Singles winners were Albin, Fargo, KeRer, Mattei, Kowalski, and Cross. Doubles winners were Albtn4 ange and Reeder-SmMlwood. On May I, the Cougar girls defeated host Merc rsburg ademy 6-1. The win set a 'for a net 123, that left the field behind. |I III Secretary of Agriculture Keiter-Mattei, and Cross- Co~ratulatiom are in ~xler Joha R. Block tlmt Strange. to Jim Hecke' Rr his superb The girls faces aplay in captm g the Jake busy week with a match at Pugh Tourney. Hecker one of Franl ort on May 10; at the the middle Martimburg on May 11; and rmge handicappers at Sleepy wln host Mercersburg trls on posted rmmds of m-41S May at Jeffersm Momortal Park in a 3:15 match. F,All IIII I Sales Service -- Parts New and Used Cars and Trucks Over 200 Unit:s in Stock and on Order a right, but a comm/tmenL Freedom is never total as we Charles Town Countryside Concerts Merle Haggard T.G. Sheppard Marry Robbins Saturday, May 22 Friday, June 18 Saturday, July 10 -Mickey Gilley & Moe Bandy & Johnny Lee Gene Watson Saturday, July 31Saturday, August 21 Rtcky Scaggs Saturday, September 4 * Six 1982 Concerts Re~uk:~ AOm~n ~.00 * an Album "Ch~lesTownCot~de" *And Two Posses C{ubhou~e ~ for two to t~ Charles Town racing program POS'~ Ofhce Box ~SL C,J'tatt~ Town, We~! V~ gm,~ 25414 A S40 entertc r' ment value Ior just S25. , S.e~Son t~c~ets wilt go on Sale April 21 at Washington (No Toll) 737.2323 Martinsl~Jrg, Wir~t'.~mt~ and Chades Town, Baltimore (No Toll) 685 Ticketron |or.~n$. ~ t~ket$ are {ii'~te~, All other areas (304) 725-7001 SEAsoN TICKETS at Heck's, Heck's Plaza, Charles Town alxrCe are the top offemive and defen- players in the Secom:l Annual Summit Point Bird Slo-Pitch 4 urname t April 24th and ruth at the Summit Point diamonds, me: (left)--WeMey the U&We =ry. member of theBee& Bee who was named ad the most valtmble ProducmwlM extmf in the teurnament and to the right, Bill meh. .t M contact of Greg's Tavern of Wa,:Pa trlomlcouat as the best off ve player in thetour, Stablllzatiou and Con. 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Freedom, as great as It TMo does requ e limitations. me, following just and fair rules for all; and abiding by a