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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1979 Jefferson Park Invitational Swim Meet Will Be Held Saturday SPORTS NEWS and VIEWS By DON RENTCH DESERVED HONOR -- Saturday 11, during a special halftime at the West Virginia High School football Classic, to be staged in High stadium, John Lowery, one of successful schoolboy baseball coaches ! Virginia and this section and area, will as the West Virginia High School coach of the year. Lowery and 10 other of various high school sports for both girls, who also have been named as the high school coaches in West Virginia sport, will be presented a and bronze plaque by the President Virginia Coaches Association. Robert regional director of the coaches said Lowery's nomination for the top g honor was submitted by the coaches of County area. Lowery, who began school baseball coaching career six ago at Harpers Ferry High School, has at Jefferson High School possibly the and baseball in all of :inia and in this area. annually only one of lengthy and schedules high school the state, an amazing of 115 victories only 38 six last four of them as  head baseball at Jefferson High. In the four years of High coaching, Lowery's team have to the state baseball playoffs three past season his Cougars chalked up 29-3 record, losing a chance for in the Class-AAA semi- Cougars, who dropped two games in the season, had a 22-game win- going when they lost out to Logan in A real testimony to Lowery's ling ability is that eight of his former gone to play college baseball. baseball careers have ended with school graduation have shown out- talents and ability in playing with and semi-pro ball clubs in the section Lowery is only the second Jefferson County coach to receive such State coaching honor. Eugene Piscitelli Years back as head wrestling coach at High. ',L RESIGNS CAGE POST -- Jim football coach at Jefferson High the three county high schools were ted and became Jefferson High, and past several yedrs has been serving ty cage coach to Tim Brinkley, coaching job and will efforts and energies entirely on football. And although the Jefferson of Education has not yet acted ent for him, it is known that a school and junior high coaches an interest in the job. Meredith of the 7th and 8th grade teams at Junior High and John Piccolomini, at the Harpers Ferry Junior High, are definitely interested in the job, others have made inquiries Both Polen and Piccolomini have jobs in turning out fine basketball eir respective schools over the past !ATIONS CLOSE SATURDAY -- )ns for the $10,000-added Sadie to be run at the Charles Town Saturday, August 5, will close Jes the $10,000-added purse, the Turn To Page 12 Efl uitable I/nows about... THE PROTECTION PLAN FOR YOUNG PARENTS DOUG LUTMAN CHARLES TOWN, W. r VA. (304) 725.2523 or (304) 263.8859 Sooely of ta Un,ted States N Y N Y Seven Teams Will Battle For Crown; Trophies To Be Awarded TENNIS STROKES The Sixth Annual Jefferson Martinsburg and Moss Spring. Park Invitational Swim Meet Frederick VFW has won the top -. will be held on Saturday, July 22, honors the past two years but is "I=" rZ { at the Jefferson County expected to hard pressed by the ' Memorial Park pool in Charles YMCA teams from Frederick Town. The meet will begin at 9 and Hagerstown for team /{ a.m. and run to its conclusion in laurels on Saturday. the afternoon. The meet is one of the chief Team trophies and individual fund raising projects for the awards will be presented at the Jefferson Park Swim Team. meet conclusion. Ribbons will rhere is no admission charge be awarded to the top finishers and the public is invited to view in each event, all or part of the meet. The ----_5 Meet director Mike Kidwell Jefferson Park Swim Team -- and Jefferson Park coach Jerry Parents Association will be BIDDY SMOOT Rhodes have lined up a talented selling food and meet programs ., A A ,,L. A A , field of seven teamsto compete to benefit the team throughout v,w-v-v,qr-vv-v-r-v in the now famous mid-summers the day. classic. The Jefferson County Action this past week in the In addition to the host Jef- Memorial Park swimming pool Jefferson Women's League ferson Park team, other teams will be closed to the public on includes: participating are: Frederick July 22, due to the swim meet. SINGLES YMCA, Frederick VFW, Win- The rain date for the swim meet GROUPA chester, Hagerstown YMCA, is July 23. Mary Ann Hammann over Barb Benner 8-2; Elsie Ham- stead over Toni Erchak 8-4; Gall Bakerton Wins Price over Betty Hodgson 8-1; Barb Strader over Maggie Whitehair; Claudia Testa over Gall Price 8-6; Mary Ann District Fast Hammann over Barb Strader 8- 2; Gall Price over Maggie Whitehair 8-2; Toni Erchak over Barbara Hall 8-5; Claudia Testa Pitch Tourney over Carol Kable 8-I; Claudia Testa over Elsie Hamstead 8-2. SINGLES GROUP B Elaine Begeman over Jerry Orser 8-4; Snowden Kisner over One of the most successful diamonds August4, 5and6. The Audrey Buckles 9-8; Snowden softball tourrmments ever state playoffs, which will be Kisner over Gall Smallwood 8-5;. staged in Jefferson County, at under the direction of Coffin, will Pat Meehan over Marcia least from the stdpoint of be played at the Leetown Mayberry 8-5; Elaine Begeman spectator interest, was staged diamonds, unless rain forces over Gall Smallwood 9-7; Lena Saturday and Sunday at the two postponement, or the moving of Kruger over Pat Meehan 8-6; diamonds at the Leetown Park the tournament action to another Pat Dopson over Elaine in which the district Fast-Pitch site. Begeman 8-2; Carrie Showen Softball championship was With tournament play taking over Jeanne Snow 8-5; Pat decided, over Saturday and Sunday's Dopson over Gall Smallwood 8- Tom Coffin, District Cam- action in the County Softball 0; Mary F. Hackman over Jerry missioner for the West Virginia League, not too many league Orser 8-6. Softball Association, said there games were played. In action DOUBLES was a large crowd of spectators last Thursday evening, July 13, Mary F. Hackman-Gall] 'onhand Sunday afternoon to see the Thoroughbreds defeated Snlallwood over Twila Carra-I the Bakerton batsmen, formerly Discount Cars, Inc., and on Jane Clendening 8-3; Mary I the Top Brass team, win the Monday afternoon the Turf Club Elinor Peters-Jenny Sue I district championship by defeated the Am Vets Post by a Kohlhepp over Jodie Carter- I defeating the Charles Town 9-0 score. Wednesday, July 12, Carrie Showen 8-5; Pearl Moose Club in an exciting and the Top Brass batsmen, now Perkins-Cindy Allen over Margo holly contested battle, known as Bakerton, defeated the:, Fargo-Judy McGeehee 9-8. Tle Turf Motel batsmen Am Vets. Tuesday, July 11, the finished third in tournament Discount Car batsmen won over tournament. play, with the Discount Cars the Turf Motel team. Kearneysville and Summit finishing fourth and the Since five of the teams in the Point will be participating in Thoroughbreds fifth. All five of county's fast pitch league will be tournament play in Clarksburg the top teams received trophies traveling to Charlottesville, Va., this weekend, with the five top and the Charles Town Moose this weekend to participate in an teams in this tournament to Club team was named as the Invitational tournament, there represent Section 4 in the state team displaying the best will not be any action in the playoffs in White Sulphur sportsmanship in tournament county league Sunday, Coffin Springs. play. Frank Simons was named stated. Kiwanians Edge as the most valuable player in Action will be resumed on the tournament. Monday, July 24, when the said Bakerton and the Bakerton batsmen host AI] l&10 Coffin Moose batsmen along with Tyeryars. OnTuesday eveningit possibly other teams from the will be the Moose Club batsmen n -ia Contest county and district, make up against Discount Cars; on the 16 teams that will be par- Wednesday, July 26, it will be the There was abig ball game ticipating in the State Tour- Turf Motel against the Moose played at the Jefferson Pony nament to be held at the Leetown Club. League baseball field Thursday night, July 13, when the Charles Kearne0000/iJJe Defeats Town Kiwanians tangled with the Athletics, a team in the Jefferson County Pony League, which is being sponsored by the Summit Point To Win Kiwanis Club. The Kiwanis, coached by Carl Benton, came out on top by an 18-10 score over the A's, coached SIo-Pitch Tournament by Browning Chrisman. The two major reasons for the Kiwanis victory, Kiwanians With all ten teams in the To win the championship, said, was the recruitment by Jefferson County Slo-Pitch Kearneysville defeated the Kiwanis captain Danny Lutz, of Jeff Reynolds and Randy Softball League participating, Summit Point batsmen, 7-7, in the sectional playoff tournament the American Division of league Parker, bystanders at the gate. staged on the Halltown play. Both Reynolds and Parker were diamonds last weekend proved Third place was won by the All everywhere on the playing field, to be an exciting and hefty Mountain Blood team, with gabbing both fly balls and contested show, with Kear- Albert'sfinishingfourth. Allfour grounders and they hit the ball so far that the Kiwanis Geritol neysville, the leaders in the of the top teams were awarded gang had lots of time to rest up National Division of the county trophies, while the Athletics, fielders league with a 15-1 rJtord , The Moose Club's team was winning the sectional cham-named the team showing the climbed the fences, etc. The pionship and the right to par- best sportsmanship in tour- game was called after eight ticipate in the State playoffs to nament play and "Nut" Allen, innings because of darkness. Everyone had a good time, be staged at White Sulphur pitcher for the Kearneysville Springs, W. Va., Aug. 4-5 and 6. batsmen, was named as the according to Ran Widmyer, most valuable player in the president of the Kiwanis Club. 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The meeting between the Senior Division All-Stars of the Potomac Little League and the Stars of the Martinsburg Seniors, played at Pikeside Field near Martinsburg, matched two fine high school pitchers in John Mahoney, star of the Jefferson High pitching staff the past season and Gary Nail, a pitching standout for the Martinsburg High Bulldogs, the past season. The result was. a low scoring exciting 2-1 decision for the Martinsburg team. The Potomac Stars had several opportunities to win the ball game, but could not come through with hits when needed. As late as the seventh inning, the Potomac Stars threatened to i turn defeat into victory when they scored their only run in the ball game and'had the bases still loaded. But Nail managed to retire the next two Potomac batters and save the victory. Martinsburg took a 14) lead in the third frame by scoring an unearned run. The Martinsburg batsmen made it 2-0 with an earned run in the fourth and that was all the scoring until the seventh when the Potomac Stars came up with a rally to get their only run when Brian Jones singled to drive in a runner from third base. Mahoney went the entire distance for the Potomac Stars and fanned ten Martinsburg batters and gave up only five hits, but the Martinsburg hits came at the right time to produce runs Nail went the entire route for the Martinsburg team. The Potomac Stars are still in tournament play, however, since it is a double-elimination play tournament. They were to have tangled with Taylor County's All-Stars Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Pikeside Field near Martinsburg, while Mar- tinsburg was to have played Hardy County at 6 p.m. at the same site. Members of the Potomac Stars, as shown above, are: Front row, left to right -- Tom Diehl. Mike Nichol, Chris Jenkins, Brian Jones, Chuck Holmes. Second row, left to right -- Manager Keith Holmes, John Mahoney, Robin Winston, Joe Grantham, Curtis Winston and Coach Brownie Chrisman. Back row, left to right -- Jim Parker, Wes Milburn, Steve Weigel, Richie Chrisman and Vance Hosby. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Closed Tennis Tourney Finals This Week.End The Jefferson County Closed Tennis Tournament under the sponsorship of the Evening Journal is now underway at the Jefferson Memorial Park tennis courts in Charles Town. The finals in the six events are slated to be played on July 22-23. Uons Lose, Still Hold Lead In Youth Tennis Standings JEFF. MEMORIAL PARK YOUTH TENNIS STANDINGS TEAMS W L Lions 9 1 Blue Devils 7 3 Trojans 6 3 Bears 4 5 Vikings 4 7 Tigers 3 7 Wildcats 1 8 Results Past Week July I0 -- Blue Devils 5, Lions 4; Trojans 7, Tigers 2 July II -- Lions 8, Tigers t; Trojans 5, Blue Devils 4. July 12- Lions 6, Trojans 3; Tigers 6, Vikings 3 July 13 -- Bears 5, Wildcats 4; Blue Devils 9, Vikings 0; Wildcats 6, Vikings 2 The Lions dropped their first regular season match to the Blue Devils, and the Wildcats won their first match of the summer over the Vikings to highlight action in the Jefferson County Memorial Park youth tennis league this past week. Players are reminded that the league team tournament championships for all players of all teams will be held July 24-26. Report at 9 am. on July 24, to check what day and time you are scheduled to play. FINAL REDUCTIONS SEMI.ANNUAL SALE ENDS SOON UP TO 50% REDUCTIONS FROM OUR REGULAR PRICES SUITS: Norwood originally $ I00 to $130 .... from s49" Haspol originally $115 to $140 .... from $$7 tl Donzini originally $145 to s165 .... from $72 t8 Cricketeer originally $145 ............ from $72" Botany and PBM originally s 160 to ' 175 .... from $79" Hart Schaffner & Marx originally $235 to s260...from $117 tl SPORT COATS: Norwood originally ST0 to s$0 ........ from $34" Cricketeer originally s75 ............. from $37" Botany and PBM originally '85 to SlO0 ..... . from s42" Hart Schaffner & Marx originally s150 to s160 .... from s74" LOUDOUN STREET MALL DOWNTOWN. WINCHESTER