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14 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982 ! !I Bee & Bee Construction SIo-Pitch Softbailers V/inn, In et Early Bird Tourney Gary Phalen To Throw Out First Ball At 6:15 Prior To Start Of Game Greg's Tavern of Waynesboro, Pa was the winners of the ~qd annual Summit Point Early Bird Slo- Pitch softball tournament staged on the Summit Point Park diamonds April 24th and 25th as they defeated the Bee and Bee Construction batsmen of Jefferson County in the tourney championship game. Bee and Bee won the right to meet Greg's Tavern in the tournament finals by being winner in the losers bracket of tournament play, while Greg's rolled through the winner's bracket into the tournament finals. Bee and Bee Construction defeated the Dixie-Narco batsmen in their first tour- nament battle and then knocked off Eddie's in their second game to move into semi-finals of tournament play. Then they defeated S~iflett's in the semi-finals only to lose to Greg's Tavern in the finals, permitting the Waynesboro team to become the champion. But after losing to Greg's Tavern in the finals Bee and Bee came back to defeat Eddie's in the championship game of the loser's round of play. The four top finishing teams in tournament play were pcesented a team trophy and members of the team also presented individual trophies. Members of the Bee and Bee team as shown above are: Front row (left to right) -- Danny Jenkins, Alan Brady, Jimmy Edwards and Gary Henry. Second row (left to right) -- Walter Jenkins, Manager Grant Megargee, Todd Magaha, Dwayne Henry, Mike Brill, Ken Bissett, Wesley Milbourne and Mark Rudolph. (Photo by Eddie Davis). The Jeferson High varsity boys tennis team appears to be as hot as the weather as they posted four shutout wins ttdspast week to up their season record to 16-6-1. In action on April 29 at Jefferson Memorial Park the Cougar boys swept a doubleheader from visiting Frankfort (12-0) and Broad Run (9-0). Singles winners versus Frankfort were Kelly Colbert, David Didden, David Wilt, Todd Kruger, Ken Cameron, Willie Pindell, Ray Holmes, and Chris Bush. Doubles winners were Colbert.Cameron, Didden- Wilt, Pindell.Billy Baker, and HedgesviLle in a Monday match. In the twelve-bole match with RMA, at Sleepy Hollow, Bill Boggs carded a 53, Dave Beggs a 55, to lead Jefferson to a 227.2~ victory. Then, in the Monday match, winners were Colbert, Writ, Kruger, Cameron, Diddsn and Pindell. Doubles winners were Cameron-Pindell, Eric' DeBoni-Larry Davis and Steve Blackford-Alan Vandell. The Cougar boys visited Park View High on April 30 and brought home another 12.0 to 12-2. The "little" Cougars have now won nine matches in a row On April 28, the Cougars downed the Randolph-Macon varsity squad 8-1 at Jefferson Memorial Park. Singles winners were David Writ, R. Holmes, Billy Baker, Larry Davis and Andy Moore Doubles winners were Tim Brunori-Gary Leslie, Eric DeBoni-Holmes, and Steve Blackford-Jeff Barr. Then on May I, the boys earned a hard fought 8-I decision over the Mercersburg Academy J.V. team. Singles winners were Leslie, Baker, Alan Vanden, and Holmes. Doubles winners were Joe a nine-hole affair also at Jones-L. Davis, Blackford- Sleepy Hollow, Dave Boggs Moore, Steve Davis-Chip was medalist with a 39. Bill Daniel, and Brett Wilmore~ Boggs scored a 41, John Myatt Todd Allen. a 42 and Tom McKee, a 42. TheJ.V.boyswillhost Clear Fred Parsons led Hedgesville Spring varsity at JHS on May with a 46. 6 and visR St. James J.V. on Upcoming matches send the May 7 in their next outings. Cougar linksmen to Mer- Turf Club To them back home today to meet Gary I.~slie-Tim Brunori. In St. James; home Monday Have Firemen's the Broad Run match singles against Keyser; off to Ran. dolph Macon Tuesday for a return match; and home against Mercersburg, Wed- nesday May 12. Currently, Jefferson's On Saturday May 15, in record stands at 10-I. conjunction with the 10th Annual National Fire Service Jayvee Cougar Charles Town Turf Club will Netmen 12 2,or, or the Firemen with three Colbert, Cameron, Wilt, = big purses. Didden, Kr- ger, Pindell, Billy Baker, and Andy Moore. Doubles winners were Colbert-Cameron, Wilt.Ro&i Ramey, Krnger.Pindell, and Didden.Matt Bonnette. On May I, the Cougar boys posted their first shutout win ever over the Merce btwg Academy varsity squad winning 7-0. Singles winners wre Colbert, Didden, Wilt and Cameron. Doubles winners were Colbert-Wilt, Didden- Kruger and Pindell.Ramey. The Cougar boys will see a lot of action this week begtnning with the Keyser, tournament on May 8. The Cougars will face a strong Beall High team from Frostburg, Maryland at 10 a m. f~llowed by matchQs with Allegheny at 12:30, and Keyser at 3:30. On May 10, the boys will Journey to Frankfort; on May II, the boys host Martinsburg at Jefferson Memorial Park beginning at 3:45; and then on May 12, they will host St. The junior varsity boys tennis team at Jefferson High picked up two wins this past week to up their seas record ( The 7th race will be termed the "Ed Turney Purse," and Ed Turney of WJI.A TV 7 in Washington, D.C. will be on hand to pcesent the wu Ing one of the top fast@itch softball tournaments to be held in Jefferson County will get undereay Friday evening, May 7 at 6:30 at the two soft- ball fields at the Leetown Park and with a total of 16 of the top fast-pitch teams in the area participating, softball en- thusuasts will be effered a lot of fine softball over the period d Friday through Sunday evening. There will be a special ceremony prior to the start of the tournament, with Gary Phalen, Jefferson County Commissioner tossing out the first ball. The tournament, being directed by John Snow, long active and a participant in Jefferson County fast-pitch softball activities, will be known as the "John Snow" Class "A" Fast pitch In- vitational." Snow said action in the three day sports event will get underway Friday evening, May 7 at 6:30 p.m. and from then until Sunday evening at 5:30 when the championship game will be played there will be a total d 28 games played in both the winner's and loser's brackets of play. And from the opening game when the Turf Motel, one of the top fast pitch softball teams in the entire area, tangles with the Shady Bowers batsmen, fans who turn out to watch tournament play will be treated to some outstanding softball play, Snow stated. Following the opening game at 6:30 next will come the meeting of the Charles Town Moose Lodge batsmen, another outstanding local fast- pitch team and the We Try Harder team, another Jef- .ferson County team. This game is expected to get an- dereay at 8 p.m. Friday evening under the lights at the Leetown diamond. Then the third game Friday night will bring together the Golden Horseshoe batsmen of Charles Town and the 4 Monarch Club of Washington, D.C. This will wind up the Friday nfght action. Then Saturday morning at 8 a.m. Two games will be place at the same time on the .two Leetown fields, with Twangers of Washington, D.C. and Boogers Concrete bat- smen of Lebanon, Pa meeting in one game and Tom's Tropical and Roos, both teams from Washington, D.C. meeting. Two more games will be played at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning, with the National Premium batsmen of An. napolis, Md tangling with Kaloo's of GraRon on, one diamond and the 49 Clippers of Baltimore, meeting the Cheap Thrills of Washington, D.C. in the second game. At 11 a.m. Saturday mor- ning the Kitty Hawks of Washington, D.C. will tangle with Heston's of Fairmont, W.Va on one diamond and the losers in the first two games played Friday evening, meeting in the first round of the losers phase "tournament play. At 12:30 Saturday two more games in the losers round of tournament play will take place, and at 2 p.m. it will be the two winners in the first bracket of tournament play meeting in one game and the losers in brackets No. 7 and 8 in the Saturday morning play will meet. With completion d tour- nament play Sunday evening, trophies will be awarded to first, second and third place winners in both the winners and losers brackets of play. Snow said although there will be no charge for the softball games, attractive programs carrying the names of the tournament teams and their schedule of playing times, will be available at $I each. Snow said there will also be a concession stand in operation throughout the tournament and T-shirts will be sold for $5 each. trophy. Turney will also participate in the parade, a venture he has done for several years in the past, serving as Grand Marshall. The ~d~ race will be termed the "Sam Huff Purse " Huff who is serving as-Grand Marshall for the parade willbe on hand to present the winning trophy. Huff is a former All American Pro Football player with the Washington Redskins and the New York Giants. He is currently associated with the Marriott Corporation of Washington, D.C. He is a native of Farmington, W.Va. The 9th race will be known as the "Firemen's Purse." Co- chairman Paul M Biller, President of the Charles Town Jeffmon From Page 13 Opening ceremonies began by announcing the players and coaches d all ten teams. The first ball was thrown out by Charles Slusher, who is head of the Ranson Park and Playground. This was in honor of him dona~ng money to the league. In the first game Astros came away with a 5 to 1 vic. tory over the Giants. J. was the winning pitcher and M. King took the loss B Wilt and K. Berry had 2 hits each for the Astros and M. King and R. David had the Giants ordy hits In the second game the FORMER ORIOLE STAR GIVES AUTOGRAPHS Former Oriole star third baseman Brooks Robinson was the attraction for some 100 players on the six Shepherdstown baseball teams Saturday afternoon, April 24, as shown in ture. Brooks was brought to Shepherdstown for the special drive to raise funds to defray the costs of the operations Shepherdstown teams by Nelson Robinson, but a resident of Shepberdstown. And in the picture Nelson Robi on, is shown to the left, waiting for Robinson tot autograph. Also shown to the right of Robinson (seated at Robinson, plus three players on the various Shepherdstown teams. It was a great day for the Little Leaguers and League activities, April 24 at the Morgan's Grove Park dstown, was the preliminary to the openirig of league In Former Sports Car Club of America National Champion Paul Newman will return to Summit Point Raceway on May 15 and 16 to challenge defending National Champion Ken Slagle, of Harrisbwg, Pa at the Trak Auto SCCA Spring National cham.pionship event. Newman will make his 1982 SCCA debut behind the wheel of an all new Datsun 280ZX Turbo, while Slagle will pilot the same immaculately prepared Triumph TR8 which carried him to the winners circle h'l five of eight races last year, including the national championship. Both drivers have moved into the Grand Touring category this year, where they will encounter stiff competition from higher powered Corvettes, Camaros and Porsches. The Surnmit Point Trak Auto sponsored event is the first of two SCCA National caliber races at the nearby West Virginia road racing facility this year. The Trak Auto event is also the first stop on the circuit for most drivers who compete for national level points leading to the year-end SCCA championships. Besides Newman and Slagle, the Orser 10-6, but Pat then fell prey to Marge Fargo, 10-,5. Marge with four straight wins, also outstroked Susan Skin- ner, 10-5 and Carol Kable, 10-8. Diane Mayhew edged Bonnie Kelly, 10-8 and Hope Cullinane outhit Bonnie 10-7 to post wins for themselves. expected field of 300 drivers eluded in the will count 12 current former national champions as en- trants. Included in this field will be four time National Champion Tom Davey, driving the "Killer Bee" V-W Scirocco for Bill Scott Racing, the sister company of Summit Point Raceway. In addition to the production based sports cars and sedans like Newman's Datsun, Slagle's Triumph and Davey's Scirocco, the SCCA event will feature racing for many other types-of cars. The Grand Prix styled Formula cars, pure free camping, admission program. under 12 are when adult. Angels Yankees The blasted the evening in Citizens Fire Company and Ernest Houser Jr. Chief of the Charles Town Independent Fire Companby willbe on hand to present the winning trophy. Yankees squeezed out a 4 to 3 The action in B-2 singles was victory over the Cardinals. T. very slight with Rita Bound Lanham was the winning winning over Barb Ramey, 10- pitcher. T.L. Whitacre had 4 7, then losing to Lynn Urn- hits for the Cardinals. scbeid, 10-8. Barb Ramey posted a win over Pearl racers with only one seat and no fenders, will have three separate races for their various classes, while the crowd pleasing Showroom Stockers, cars which compete In the third game the Cubs heat the Braves 20 to 6. Coulter and J. Weller hit home runs for the Cubs. In the fourth game the Twins beat the Dodgers 6 to I~ as D. Heater pitched a no hitter. In the final game of the day Mets came away with a 4 to 2 win over the Indians T. Golf bad 2 hits and was also the winning pitcher, while C. McGee had a hit and took the loss for the Indians. LADLES TENNIS From Page 13 Perkins, 10.& Moving along to in full street trim, should see a C singles, Jeannie Romine . starting field of more than 46 etched two wins by outhfltmg cars taking the green flag in Vivian Gwyrm, 10-1and Arlene their race on the two mile, ten Rose, 10-3. Peg McCuUen won turn Summit Point road over Wanda Aitcheson, 10-5, course. then Peg lost a heart.breaker Race action for the Summit tie-breaker to Batty Dickey II- Point weekend gets underway 10. In doubles the team of Judy at 9:30 a.m. both days. In- McGehee-Marge Fargo posted wins over Joan Smith-Peg McCullen 10-2, and Bonnie Kelly-Betty Dickey, 10-2. Barb Ramey-Gail Smallwood reeled in Lynn Umscheid-Dot Caperton, 10-2, and Barb Psill~oAnn Perkins edged past Eleanor Manzuk-Vivian Gwynn, 11-9. commitment made to do a certain thing are signs of an honorable and unselfish person. Let's not throw out all of the re l.e, ague play and John limit the and struck out Lowery and six runs Angels while and Wayne five hits and including two For tl'e had a home and Main doubled. Understand your pobl and it will be more fun, less work and less expense. Get your basic information The Pod Bo -irs James at Shepherd College at 3:4& Jefferson Golfers Notch Tenth Win; Play Home Today The High golf ~1 ~11 CCC RIDERS DEFEAT BROTHERHOOD OF HARMONY LADY SOFTBALLERS 7-6 IN SEASON'S OPENER The CCC Riders lady softbaners, champions of Shenandoah Valley Lady's Softball League last season started off on the victory road again Sunday by defeating the Brotherhood of Harmony team by a 7-6 score in 'the second of two opening day games played at the Leetown Park softball diamonds Sunday afternoon. Members of the team as shown, first row of the old, tried and true virtues of life. In single~ .play, Sarah Buell chalked up here third win with no losses to date by outacoring Gaff Price 10-7. Marcia ~tyberry posted her second impressive win by outhRting Robbie Smith, 10-0. There was mere action in the B singles with JoAnn Perkins adding yours free of charge at your BioGuard dealer. PLUMBING & HEATING,