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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE --- THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1984 t tt t It ~t lit tt t tter e dr e t er It LADIES GOLF Sports Shorts 25 YOUNGSTERS ATTENDED A total of 25 youngsters between the ages of eight and 15 participated in the 8th annual Jefferson County Basketball School held June 18-22 at Charles Town Junior High School. Meredith Polen, camp director, said some 16 awards were given in each of the two divisions of camp participation. Awards were presented in such contests as Out, hot shot, foul shooting and one-on-one, with out- standing players being selected from each of re **. ere ** er* v~ ** * * * ** MEN'S GOLF Cost Caras Lou Tiano coupled with Tim Brinkley and Ron Smallwood teamed with Jim Upton to tie for the winner's laurels in last weekend's member- guest tournament at Sleepy Hollow. Both squads checked into the scorer's table 15-under-par after the double rotund event, besting a field of 46 teams. Trailing Tiano-Brinkley by two strokes after the opening round on Saturday 13-11 under, Smallwood carded 40-43-83 while playing with a 13 handicap in the medal play round, Up- ton shot 39-41-80 with a 10 'cap to wipe out the lead. Meanwhile Tiano was JEFFERSON I~ITTLE BASEBALL LEAGUE AMERICAN DIVISION COUNTY BASKETBALL SCHOOL The race for ship play in the two divisions. In the older division of competition J. Chrisman and S. Strader were given awards and in the young division it was J. Rudolph and J. Polen, who were the win- ners. Polen gave special praise to Trevon Littleton, Devin Walker, Don Hosby and Kevin Doleman, who helped him with the school on a daily basis. The above picture, taken by Tim Sinn, shows the participants in the basketball school. It was questionable whether the se- cond round would get off on Sunday because of early morning rains. However, tournament director Steve Arata and his committee fortified with a forecast of clearing skies gave the green light. Some of the early four- somes had to play part of the round in- the rain and may have been bothered by the less than ideal conditions. Defending champs Marshall Brown and Roger Vaughn completed their rounds at 13-under, just missing in a gallant try for double. It was a repeat second place finish for Peacher-Jenkins, who missed by two strokes in 1983. Closest to the pin awards went to Russell Miller No. 4 and Bill Huffins No. 17 Saturday; Sunday prizes were grabbled by AI Begeman No. 4, and Marvin Payne No. 17. Each received a dozen golf balls for their accuracy. Miller also had the honor d an eagle (2) on the par-four 13th hole, Mean- while Lou Tiano one putted seven greens on the way to carding an all time low score of 38 for him on the front nine Sunday. His longest was a 50-foeter on No. 2 for a par. J. Elsa's 38-37-75 was the best gross score for Sunday while Rick Ken- nedy's 3640-76 is worthy of note. Complete Member-Guest sum- martes follows: O. Kastle-T. Shade -11; M. Brown- R. Vaugh --13; L. Ambrose-J. Laviser +1; T. Bowers-B. Brooks +5; R. Dellinger-V. Roman +3; D. lag4os-M. Lottos --7; R. Russeil-B. Vaughn +2; J. McCright-K. Wlsecarver Even; D. Starford-D. Cady --10; F. Colon-C. Mohler --14; P. Chakmakian-F. Hun- saker +3; R. Miller-S. Shomemaker --7; L. Ott-E. Cole "2; T. Doyle-C. 'Crum --4; V. RusselI-A. Murphy --1; M. Johnson-G. Weaver --4; B. Woodford-J. Orndorf + 10. R. Keichner-R. Costello even; D. Ciendening-J. Appell --9; A. Begeman-R. Ellison +7; R. Meechlieb.A. Meechlieb +7; B. Huffins-B. Baker --3; C. Lutman-C. Levi ≪ R. Smallwood J. Upton --15; R. Blackford-B. Hess +6; R. Woodford-J. Eisa -8; D. Brady-J. New +8; K. Kave,C. Anglin +2; L. Tiano-T. Brtnkley --15; M. Payne-B. Pennington even; F. Staub-C. Wood +11; R. Kohihepp-B. Geary --4; J. Groves-A. Carter --1; H. Utz-A Bogle STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W-L Astros 16-- 1 Cubs 11-- 6 Cardinals 9-- 9 Mets 6--10 Dodgers 3---15 -0- NATIONAL DIVISION STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W-L Giants 14-- 2 Yankees 11-- 6 Braves 10-- 7 Indians 9--11 Twins 3---15 -0- the seasonal Champion- the Jefferson Little Baseball League which has been con- cluded, wound up much like it did last season with the Astros far out in front of the pack in the American Division of play and the Giants doing likewise in the National Division of play. The Astros picked up another pair of victories in last week's action to run their season record to 16-1 and the Giants won a pair of games also to up their seasonal mark to 14-2 and four games in front of the second-place Yankees. posting a 38-45-83 with a 17 handicap, And with the completion of seasonal Brinkley carded 46-43-89 and was on play except for a few make-up games, the receiving end of 13 blows, the Division playoffs got underway A trio of teams finished one stroke Wednesday evening at 6:15 on the off the winner's pace at 14-under-par, diamonds at the Little League com- CliffoPeacher-Bob Jenkins, John plex in Ranson. It will be a best two out Rutherford-Rick Kennedy and Felix of three game series between the Colon-Charlie Mohler. Astros and Giants. The second playoff game will be Saturday, June 30, at 6:15 and if necessary a third and final one will be played Monday evening at 6:15. The Astros will be coached by Dick Chrisman and the Giants by Ed Gray. It was the Astres who opened the ac- tion last week on one of the Ranson diamonds and they chalked up their 15th victory as against only one defeat by downing the Indians by a 12-3 score. S. White was the winning pitcher for the Astros, while Sowers took the loss for the Indians. In the other game June 19, the Cubs defeated the Cardinals by an 11-7 score with Mike Boyd getting the victory for the Cubs and Hayes and D. Kratz shar- ing in the loss for the Cardinals. In the pair of games played June 20 the Braves blasted the Twins by a 19-1 score in one game, while the Giants downed the Yankees 10-2 in the other game. In the Braves-Twins game A. Polen was the winning pitcher, while Border was the loser. The Braves jumped in- to the lead in the first frame and never trailed. In the Giants and Yankee bat- tle D. King was the winning pitcher and Twyman and Clevenger shared in the defeat. The Giants scored four runs in the first frame and five in the second to lead all the way. In a pair of games played June 21 the Mets blasted the Dodgers by a 28-0 score on one diamond, and on the other field the Astros chalked their 16th win of the season by defeating the Cubs by a 12-6 score. In the Astros Cubs battle Jones was the winning pitcher and Mike Boyd the loser. The Astres jumped out to a 4-I first inning lead and stayed in front all the way. In the Mets-Dodgers game Higgins was the winning pitcher and Mills and Viands shared in the defeat. The Mets jumped out to an early lead and stayed in front all the way +2; T. Miiler-J. Buzzard -~-12; L. Steeley-K. Werner +14; C. Peacher-B. Jenkins --14; T. Johnson - D Gillen --8; D. Johnson - A. Lambert --12; CB Dorsey-R. Gossart even; J. Rutherford-P. Kennedy --14; G. Stevens-3. Brown --2; S. Anderson-L. Harbaugh --7; C. Kastle-L. Bradenberg even; A. Russeil-A. Ken- dall +12; D. Noland-D. Hill +19. I A Friday evening June 22 the Giants blasted the Twins by a 24-II score on one field and the Cardinals defeated the Indians on the other one. Corder was the winning pitcher for the Cardinals and Whitmore took the defeat for the Indians. The Cardinals scored eight runs in the first two frames and were never headed. In the Giants-Twins battle the Giants jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first frame and coasted to the victory. Oden and Twyman were the winning pitchers and Allison and Ruffner shared in the defeat. Monday evening, June 25 the Dodgers won a forfeit over the Twins who could not muster enough players for a game. Also Monday evening the Yankees egded the Cardinals 10-9. Shenandoah Valley Ladies' Softball League Has Opening The opening of the 1984 season of the 3-team Valley Ladies Slo-Pitch softball L~ague was carried out Saturday June 9, on the Softball complex located at the Legion field in Charles Town, with two of the three teams participating in the opening day's action. Prior to the opening of league play there was a brief pre-season ceremony which featured the tossing out of the first hall by League Pres. Roxanne Melius. Then the Harpers Ferry Rebels and the Local No. 87 team tangled in the first game and it was them who defeated the Local No. 87 by a 5-4 score. V. Jackson had an inside-the park home run for the Rebels and C. Darr had one for Local 87. In the other game of the afternoon the Rebels managed to edge the Town House Restaurant. (FROM PAGE 11) ~t~tt~t~tttt~ttt Sorry I missed the column last week. I just simply got too busy and before I knew it the deadline had passed. The tournament for Ladies' Day on June 14 was a Blind Partner nine hole event. The winners were Charlotte GanG and Peggy Thomas with a net 78. Second place went to Norma Bowers and Nancy Roth. Did you notice Pat Kidwiler didn't win? She wasn't there!!! Charlotte GanG and Nancy R. were Low Medalists for the day. We played a Blind Bogey for Ladies' Day on the 21st. In this tournament you select your own handicap which deducted from your actual score will give you a net score between 70 and 80, Jake selects a number between 70 and 80 and whoever gets closest to that number is the winner. Understand? I always have great difficulty explain- ing this one. The mystery number was 76. Vera Reid was the only one who qualified. She had a net 72, making her the winner. None of the other eligible players landed between 70 and 80. Peggy Thomas had a net 68, Pat Kid- wiler a 64, Norton Bowers, a 67, Frances Catazello a 69 and all other plays had net scores over 80. Frances Catazello won the ball for low putts with a sterling 29 putts. Pat Kidwiler was low medalist with an 83. Our club champ, Pat, had a nice round on Wednesday. She just missed breaking 80. Pat birdied Nos. 2, 4, 15 and 16. The spring handicap tournament is winding down. In the second round Peggy Thomas downed Beth Printz, Ruby Propst bested Norton Bowers, Pat K. defeated Ann Groves and Charlotte Gang topped Jane Duffy. In the semi-final round Peggy T. beat Ruby P Pat K. beat C~arlotte G. That leaves Peggy and Pat to play the finals. Chippers - Martha Smith knocked her ball ,in from the fringe on No. 12, Nancy R. on No. 9 to save par, Biddy Smoot on No. II to save bogey and Ethlyn McDonald on No. 8 for a birdie. If they (whoever THEY may be) asked me which lady is playing most to her handicap it wouldn't be Pat K. because she is playing way below her handicap and it wouldn't he N.R. because she is playing way above her handicap. It would be Ethlyn McDonald. Eth has a 22 handicap (fourth lowest among the ladies) and she is playing right around it. Playing with her yesterday she scored a 94 which netted her two below par 74 and she lost two strokes trying to get out of No. 8 trap. Eth is playing as nice a game of golf this year as I've ever seen her play. Our pro, Jake Pugh, will give the ladies a sand trap clinic on July 5th starting at 8:15 prior to Ladies' Day. Watch for sign-up poster for the Ladies' Florida Scramble on July 15th. What a delightfully entertaining evening of music was provided by S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A Inc on Saturday at the Old Opera House. SIGN TWO VOLLEYBALLERS -- Angle town, Md & Michele Taylor, Woodbridge, Va Shepherd College's first two recruits for next season. A four-year letter winner and ca Hagerstown High School's volleyball team for the seasons, Mason could develop into a premier the Lady Rams. "I am extremely pleased that decided to attend Shepherd College," said Beverly Holden. Mason, a 5-4, 11S-pound setter, the spark for Coach Eileen Michael's Hub Mason, voted the school's Best All-Around this year, was also co-captain of the softball team of the Honor Club and chosen 1984 Taylor, meanwhile, arrives at Shepherd with a will compete in both basketball and volleyball.for Rams. "Michele has a powerful serve and a potential," Holden said of the Gar-Field High "Her athletic ability and desire to improve develop into an outstanding power player." volleyball team finished 1983-84 with a 12-7 in the West Virginia Conference. WiNS SUPER SHOOT -- John Hawk of Marlowe, b ring Berkeley County, compiled an aggregate 200, to win the Jefferson County Izaak Walton second annual Super Shot held recently at it's at Leetown. Individual event winners were Hawk, Barbour, Jr of Martinsburg, pistol; Ray Alt, skeet; and John Simon, Swan Pond, trap were presented to the event winners, and the pion. Milton Cook of Charles Town was event. The Super Shoot consists of club memberS rifle, pistol, trap and skeet with a possible 50 event. JEFFERSON MEMORIAL PARK YOL~rH TENNIS LEAGUE Team W-L Vikings 2--0 Blue Devils 1---0 Lions 1--0 Wildcats 1--1 Trojans 0--I Bears 6.--1 Tigers 0---2 -Results Past Week- June 21 - Blue Devils 7, Trojans 2; Wildcats 5, Bears 3; Vikings 7, Tigers 2, June 22 -Vikings 8, Wildcats 1; Lions 7, Tigers 1. -Matches this Week- June 28 - 9:00 - Lions vs'Vikings; 11: 00 - Wildcats vs Tigers; 1:00 - Bears vs Trojans. June 29 - 9:00 - Trojans vs Vikings; 11:00- Blue Devils vs Bears. June 30. Firecracker Tournament 9:00 - Tigers vs Trojans, 11:00- V~mgS vs. Bears, 1:00 - Bhle Devils vs Wildcats, 3:00 Lions vs winner of Tigers-Trojans, 5:00 winner of Vikings-Bears vs winner Blue Devils- Wildcats; 7:00 - Championship Match. July 2 - 9:00 Vikings vs Blue Devils 11:00- W'ddcats vs Tigers. July 3 - 9:00 Bears v$ Lions; 11:00 Wildcats vs Blue Devils; 1:00 Tigers vs Trojans. July 4 -9:00 Bears VS VikingS; 11:00 - Tigers vs Blue Devils. The Jefferson County Memorial Park youth Tennis League began its seventeenth season of play in action this past week. This year 125 girls and boys ages 3 through 18 comprise the seven team league. The teams and their rosters are as Steve Brand, Muralt David Jones, Garth Dodson, Marie Cain Stephanie Rinaldi, McDaniel. Blue Devils - Stacy rain), Shelly McCauleY, Trevor Lanham, Ryan White, Patrick White, Shane White, Scan Gwynn, Kelly Lemon, Greg McDowell, Jay Honk a Vikings - Benny Brian Romine, Desire Scott, Brian Barr, Brian Amy Johnston, Davis, Brian Chris Mahoney, dolph and Tony Trojans - Rob 0tt Ramey, Jason Smith, ! Ott Steve Jovanelley, Jay Lushbaugh, Rorie Creager, Chance Jeremy Fargo, Peter Jeff Hattie. Bears - Traci Albin Leslie, Scan Costello, Penny De rsey, Angel~ Myers, Arron Matthew Maddess, Kevin Rudnick, Hess, Mary Neal, David Burns and New tennis welcome. The Memorial Park is United Way. follows: JUDY SPALDING--- Wildcats - Chris Ott (captain), Sio-Pitch Harold Gray, Paul Gray, David Camp- bell, Dana Caniford, Jennifer McDonough, Eric Vandell, Julie Tourney This 28 Deadline. andAnylNayak;thell-12200medley Kruger, Lesley Sisk, Jay Wilson, For Registratiom .eath Marcus, Diane Rockwell, Liz Woody Miller, Gantt Miller, Tiffany-At Legion Titus, and Locke Wysong; and the Lozano, Rachel Dixon and Ryan - The class signup for the Bed Cross 13-18 200 free Michael Lee, Lisa Hill, Jarrett. swim school to be held at Jefferson Kevin Knotts and Karen Staubs.Lions - Kevin Johnson (captain), be staging a men's County Memorial Park pool July 2 Two relay teams received thirdTripp Lowe, Chris Colbert, Patrick tournament SaturdaY, through July 13 is June 28 from place. They were the13-18 200 free with Ramey, Charles Schultz, Cricky Sunday, July 1, at 9a.m. until 11 a.m. at the swimming Shane Stoneberger, Reen Smith,Schultz, Lane Klothherger, David Legion Softball pool office. Stacey Chicchirichi, and Nieole Clendening, Stephanie Strador, Scan it was Completed forms signed by both Valeri;andthe8andupg-10100freeWasson, MarnieWasson, ReneFord, weekby parent and physician must he return- with Mitchell Grove, Sheila Popkins, Mike Rose, Lyn Nuse, Jennifer Weller, ed during this time to be assigned a Wendy Davis and Mary Keiter. Lindsay Perkins, and Stephen Skinner. Each entry will be class. A relative or friend may return The next swim meet will be held at Tigers -Denise Jenkins (captain), games. For the form. the Jefferson Park pool on Thursday Karen Jenkins, David Jenkins, Bobby contact Pierson at The Jefferson County Memorial June28th. The meat will start at B:00 Keel, AndyKeel, ChrisKeel, Jeremy DuaneMeliusat Park is supported by the United Way. and it will be against Martinsburg. Soibert, Katie Deronda, Joey Brand, Brady at I WANT TO BOWL IN A TEN-PIN LEAGUE BEGINNING IN SEPTEMBER AT *. SHENANDOAH LANES * * CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ! HAVE A WHOLE TEAM [ ] ! HAVE A COUPLE [ ] I HAVE JUST MYSELF [ ] MORNING SHIFT [ ] 1st AFTERNOON SHIFT [ ] 2nd MON [ ] TUES [ ] WED [ EVENING SHIFT EVENING SHIFT ] THUR [ ] FRI NAME ADDRESS PHONE ( ) CITY/STATE I WANT TO BOWL IN A MENS [ ] LADLES [ ] MIXED [ ] SR. CITIZEN [ ] JR.{SAT. ONLY} [ LEAGUE PLEASE MAIL TO: P.O. Box 922, Chades Town, WV 25414 or cell (304) 725-0412