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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 3 THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1978 ge Set For 2nd Charles Town Pro-Am Golf Classic Aug. 7-8 SPORTS NEWS and VIEWS DON RENTCH S RESIGNATION--While we are see Tim Brinkley leave Jefferson High of the Cougar Varsity basketball has been no secret that Tim has long ambition to become a college coach. he came to Jefferson County some ago from Clarksburg where he had outstanding job at Roosevelt-Wilson had interviews with the proper ities about several small college coaching openings. And on a number coming to Jefferson High, Tim discussions with various small college about basketball coaching jobs. Then when his old college days chum C. W. Powell, who had been athletic director basketball coach at Nicholas County was named head coach at West Tech, we felt sure Tim would soon be is bags and heading for Montgomery. had played basketball together and we had heard Tim irst person "Butch" Powell turned to, to assistant when he accepted the Tech t then when Powell had a change of heart about the job and later turned it down, an to hear conflicting reports. One had been offered the head coaching the other, that someone would get the job and if that happened, Tim not move. Last week the head job was offered to Tim by Tech and he took it. He and his wife Janie are the Charleston area planning to move Shenaddoah" Junction to Mont- In his four-year coaching span here Coughs to57 victories as against 25 and won three secnal crowns in four time his teams got knocked off irt play, never having quite enough rnake it to the State playoffs. Only in his at Jefferson High did Tim fail to a winning season. That year his  finished up with an 11-11 record. We are e Tim and his wife Janie leave Jet- but we are glad for the both of Tim is moving' up in the basketball hope he will continue to meet Success that this will be just another e coaching ladder for him JOB -- Steve Wilt, a native of and former head football coach School in Winchester, Va., has post at Shippensburg, Pa., to take over as assistant football James Madison URiversity, at Va. Wilt, who has been an grid coach at Shippensburg for the past will take over his new job Tuesday, starred in football at Harpers Ferry under the late Ron Rice and who an assistant to Coach Rice at iPrior to taldng over the head grid Was serving as defensive coor- At James Madison he of coaching the offensive line. Wilt spent 10 years as a foot- at Handley High, including five as And under Wilt the Handley Judges District championships. ippensburg hq helped coach the first Pennsylvania Conference in 1976 and last year Ship- was runner-up to Clarion State is married to the Stewart of Cumberland, Md., and Parents of two children, a daughter, a Son, Chad. RESIGNATIONS -- In the .past there have been a host of among the high school coaching section and area, three of them by the Jefferson County Brinkley, Duane football and baseball coach at Junior High School and Harry football coach at Charles Town And from Brunswick, Md., came Kubat, head basketball coach at High, has decided to end his reign as basketball coach. four-year stint as head coach of Brunswick won a state (1977) and strung together 28 (five in 1977) and 23 in 1978. gning the past that his graduate work and he change. He said he also wants time with his family. "Totally Oversubscribed" With , 64 Professional, 192 Amateurs Going For $15,000 In Prizes BY COSTY CARAS iron to accomplish the "golfer's "Totally oversubscribed" is dream". .... the way Tucky Corhin, tour- A complete list of !ne nament secretary put it when professionals, set to play in me asked about the number of en- Classm follows: tries for the upcoming Charles Joe Simpson, Shenandoah Town Golf Classic at the Sleepy Valley Country tnun; am Hollow Golf Course, Monday- Zwior, Opequon; Dean .vans, Tuesday, August 7-8 Some Waynesboro Hilton Phillips, players who-were lardy in Ivy Hill; David Walker, getting their entry blanks in prior to the July 15 deadline are going to be disappointed. This applies to both professionals and amateur players. Some will he left out because they failed to get in on time", she stated. Mrs. Corbin released the list of 64 professionals who will flash their talents at the local course. Heading the list re Mac Main playing out of Longwood Golf Club, Luther Showaker, Fern- way Range; Bill Bassler, Rolling Road Country Club; Bob Benning, Congressional Country Club, Dick Carmey Chantilly National, and David Jimenez, Wintergreen Golf Club. The list of amateurs will be released shortly. There are 192 openings for the amateurs. Sponsored by the Charles Town Turf Club, the Charles Town Golf Classic mushroomed into a total Jefferson County vehicle with many Charles Town merchants and civic leaders throwing complete support to the success of this charity en- deavor. Last year's inaugural Classic netted the Eastern PanhandJe Training Center, a facility for preparing han- dicapped persons for more productive lives, better than $i5,ooo. Dave Leonard, tournament director for the Middle Atlantic Professional Golfers Association, announced the format will follow closely last year's outing. The tournament is a 3-hole event. Leonard reports three separate tournaments will be conducted in this one event. There will be pro-sweeps and amateur prizes awarded for each individual round and pro- sweeps and amateur prizes awarded On the 38-hole per- formance. The pros will play with different amateur teams each day. Amateurs will receive their full handicaps in the in- dividual net but only 70 percent for the net team. Congratulations are in order for Jimmy Glenn who joined the bole-in-one fraternity the other day at Sleepy Hollow. Playing with brother Marnie, Jimmy aced the 180 yard par three number 17-hole. He used a six Laytonsville, Art Scott, Andrews AFB; Rick Miller, Carper's Valley; Ron Terry, Edgewood; Chuck Pessago, Fountain Head; Billy Wolfe, Unaffiliated; Art Carson, Chesapeake; Fred Ryder, Belair; Tim Austin, Tantallon; Mac Main, Longwood; Luther Showaker, Fernway Range. Larry Ringer, U.S. Naval Academy; Bill Bassler, Rolling Road; Bruce Lehnhard Evergreen; Jack Doser, Washingtonian; Chuck Walker Falls Road; Bill Horney, Wakefield Valley; Jack Walker Duke of Marlborough Club; Paul Mosca, Ft. Meade; Ron Millner Pinecrest; Mark Alwin Woodholme; Bob Benning, Congressional. Mike McGinnis, Holly Hills; Randall Bird, Century XXI Club; Tim Smith, Nottoway; Keith Eynon, Montgomery; Barry Fuhrman, Woodholme Lee Carroll, Northwest Park: Frank Dennis, South Wales Robert Cottrill, Bryce Mt.; Bob Post, Lake of the Woods; Bobby Kennedy, Fauquier; Billy Phillips, Winchester; Jay Hardwick, Giles. Mark Guttenberg, Mont- gomery Village; John Wylie Roanoke; Jennings House, Red Wing Lake; Chris Pigott, Prince Georges; Russ Rose, Bay Hills; Dick Canney, Chantilly National; Quin Sullivan Springfield; Tim McCoy, Piney Branch; David Jimenez, Win- I tergreen; Billy Bassler, Rolling Road. Lloyd Kelley, Unaffiliated Jimmy Bogle, Loudoun Coleman Plecker, Towson; Bill Klossner, Evergreen; Charles Bassler, Indian Spring. Nelson Bell, Swan Creek; Bill Eissele, International Town Club. Dale Leith, Unaffiliated; Mel Rifman, BWI Golf Center; Pete Malphrus, Eaglehead; Clare Emery, WaslLington; Willis Johnson, Green Hill; Paul Gooden, country club of Staunton; Tom Samck, Caroline; Jim Folks, Bethesda Don Gundry, Montgomery Village. Tim Brinkley Takes Head Coaching Post West Virginia Tech Tim Brinkley, above, who has successfully headed up the basketball program at Jefferson High School for the past four years, has resigned to accept the head coaching post at West Virginia Institute of Technology at Montgomery. The resignation was accepted Monday evening by the Jef- ferson County Board of Education. Brinkley assumed the head coaching post at Jefferson High in the Fall of 1974, and his tenure here has been a successful one. He has had but one losing season in the four-year period. Brinkley, who was an all- conference basketball and baseball player in the West Virginia Conference while he' was at Alderson-Broaddus College, came to Jefferson County from Roosevelt-Wilson High School in Harrison County. There he successfully coached basketball for three years and was named Harrison County "Coach of the Year" for two seasons. It has been rumored thal Brinkley was going to accept a post as assistant basketball coach at West Virginia Tech: and, when the man who wa: named bead coach turned down the position, Brinkley was im- mediately in line for the top spot. LADLES' GOLF Two additional Jefferson NANCY ROTH Ak. k .k Ak AU. Ak AL. tk . ah. W"Nr "V" " "qv "qV "V" "V" " " " The heat seems to he keeping the ladies off the golf course and sitting by the air conditioners. However, there are still some hardy souls who make the effort. On Ladles Day, July 13th, we had a Low Net Tournament. Ethlyn McDonald, who is coming on strong here in the middle of the season, was the winner with a net 74. Ina Mer- chant won the ball for Low Putts taking just 30 putts to make the circuit. On July 20th eight of us journeyed to Purcellville to play in the Loudoun County Ladies Invitational and we made a pretty good showing. Charlotte Gano's team had a net 18 under par for 4th place. I've seen 18 un- der par win many times. Nancy Ruth's team was 19 under par for third place and Biddy Smoot's team was 20 under par for second place. Twenty-two under was the winning score!!I Lucille Robertson, shooting a 39 on the front nine, was on the team that won the Low Gross with a best ball 76. This reporter won the Closest to the pin on the No. 5 par three hole. Martha Smith made her presence known by scoring two net eagles for her team. For ladies Day on July 20th, they had another Low Net Tournament. Lang Phillips was the winner with a net 73 and Ginny Nutzman won the Low  Putt contest. Lucille Robertson broke 40 for tlm first time, shooting a 39, on the front nine at Sleepy Hollow last week. Charlotte Gano had her best score ever on the same day. She had a 44 on the front nine. What is it about the 'front nine'? They must run out of steam. Chip-in Dept. None were reported to me but I did witness 3 chip-ins playing in a threesome with Barb Hooper and Steve Ruth. On No. 11, not Barb's favorite hole, she chipped in from 26 yards out for a par. Steve chipped in twice on the way to a 38. I would like to take this op- portunity to thank Barbara and Jay Stenger for the delightful entertainment they gave at the Opera House on Saturday. Jefferson County should be proud and thankful to have two such talented and generous people as residents. It was certainly an evening to remember. Swim Team ICaptures Narrowl Meet Victories The Hagerstown YMCA swim team downed host Frederick VFW by the narrow score of 312- 267 on July 18. Area swimmers who scored points for Hager- stown in the meet were: Jeanelle Reed, Robbi Becker, Liz Titus, Mary Edwards, Earl Edwards, Cindy Edwards, James Ed- wards, Jackie Willingham, Larry Reed, Lewis Painter, and Lisa Titus. Lewis Painter captured second place in the boys 11-12 50 backstroke. Robbi Becker won the 25 free,- 50 free, and 25 backstroke and was also a member of the winning relay team. Her individual wins set new pool records. On July 22, the Hagerstown YMCA edged out Frederick VFW and five other teams to win the Jefferson Park Invitational swim meet. Larry Reed won the 11-12 boys 100 free, 100 IM, and 50 breaststroke and was selected to the all-invitational team. Larry was also a member of the second place medley relay team. Lisa Potomac All-Stars Defeat Martinsburg 5-2 For Area Crown; Begin Action In District Tonight In Philippi The regular division All-Stars of the Potomac Little League, got by their first hurdle in post- season playoffs Thursday evening at Oatesdale Park in Martinsburg when they scored a choice 5-2 victory over the Martinsburg All-Stars. Since the Potomac Stars had drawn a first round bye in tournament play, the victory moved them into the District 6 playoffs to be staged this evening, Thursday, at 6 p.m. in Philippi in Barbour County. The winner of the district playoffs will then move into the state championship tournament to be staged in Petersburg, W. Va., next week. In winning the area four championship, the Potomac Regular Stars turned in an outstanding game, as Robhie Grey of the Harpers Ferry Twins, pitched a four-hitter at the Martinsburg Stars and fanned eight Martinsburg batters. The Potomac Stars got off to a very fast start against Mar- tinsburg, with two runs in the first frame on s base hit by Mitchell Jackson. a base hit by Jim Scott and a walk to Stacey Viands. with Rubble Grey then helping his own cause with a single to drive in the two runs. Then in the third frame; Potomac moved out to a 5-0 lead with three more runs. Mitchell collected his second hit of the game, a triple. Then Stacey Viands walked, stole second and Mike Walker singled Mitchell and Viands home. The third and final run of the inning and also of the game for Potomac. came when the Martinsburg catcher threw wild to second base. The Martinsburg batsmen picked up their two runs in the fourth frame on two walks and a base hit Shown above are members of the area championship team. They are, front row, left to right -- Greg Nagle, Steve Lee. J. B. Lemon, Eric Tedder, Dough Hartlove. Todd Grantham. Dave Rogers and Jim Scott. Back row, left to right -- Danny Dillow, manager: Mike Walter, Rubble Grey, Stacey Viands. Scott Shumaker, who was injured prior to tournament play; Kent Dillow, Larry Reed, Mitchell Jackson and Bill Willingham, coach. Potomac Senior Division All-Stars Stopped By Martinsburg In Their Drive For Berth In State Playoffs The Senior Division All-stars Potomac and Martinsburg. He Brian Jones grounded out to of the Potomac Little League fought their way back from the opening round losers bracket for a second chance at the District 6 Little League championship, but Friday evening at Pikeside Park, they ran into the same road block as in their opening playoff game -- Martinsburg -- and the result again was the same. Martinsburg defeated the Potomac Stars for the second time in tournament play, this time by a 3-1 margin. The defeat for the Potomac Stars ended their post-season tournament play and sent Martinsburg into the state playoffs which begin in Mullens, W. Va., Tuesday af- ternoon. There will be five teams in the Mullens double elimination tournament action. The Martinsburg Stars used the same format Friday evening in edging the Potomac Stars as they did in the opening tour- nament playoff game -- low run- pitching and some timely hit- ring. About the only difference was the score which was 3-1 this time instead of 2-1. The pitcher for the Potomac Stars was also different. Gary Null, who hurled the opening game win for the Martinsburg Stars against Potomac Stars, turned in another outstanding per- formance Friday evening by fanning 11 Potomac batters and giving up only five hits. He was slightly more wild with his pitches Friday, however, than in the first meeting between Even the price is beautiful coaching positions were left Titus, Earl Edwards, James vacant when Duane Colebank Edwards, Lewis Painter, and THE resigned as a teacher and Jeanelle Reed also had out- football coachatShepherdstown standing efforts in this meet. SWIMMING Junior High School; and Harry JeaneUe won the tyke girls 25 Hopkins resigned as teacher and [ breaststroke and was third in the POOL CENTER football coach at Charles Town I 100 IM. 1118 Berryvllle Ave. Junior High School. [ Hagerstown YMCA  will (across From Nlehoh) Colebank is expected to go into ] .participate in the Division I, WINCHESTER, VA. private business; Hopkins has Interstate championships at l-7Q$-6b2-8t)!7 accepted a position in Florida.[ Winchester on July 29.  " gave up four walks. Richie Chrisman, hurler for the Potomac Stars, also turned in a fine pitching exhibition, giving up but five hits, two of them by Anthony Russ and not walking a single Martinsburg batter. There were three critical errors made by Potomac, which opened the door for Martinsburg to score three unearned runs and win the ball game. Potomac kicked up some trouble for Gary Null in the top of the second they put two men on base with only one out. Buthe managed to work his way out of it without giving up a run. In the last half of the inning, Martinsburg did score a run when Rodney Twigg grounded to short, and was safe when Wes Milburn of the Potomac Stars was pulled off the bag. Through the first four innings of play the game was a 1-0 affair with neither side able to show much offense. Potomac then threatened in its half of the fifth when Grantham beat out a bunt and Tom Diehl singled to centerfield with only one out. Grantham and Diehl worked a double steal. Rut then retire the side. In the top of the sixth Mar- tinsburg pushed over two more runs to take a 3-0 lead. But the Potomac Stars, a determined bunch, managed to push over a run in the seventh frame when Chrisman drew a lead-off walk. Milburn singled and Grantbam then drew a walk to load the bases, but Chrisman made the mistake of trying to score on a short passed ball and he was out. Diehl then walked to load the bases. Tom Parker drove in the lone Potomac run with a long sacrifice fly. Noll then fanned Jones to cut off the Potomac rally. To get into the finals, Potomac, after losing to Mar- tinsburg, came roaring back to defeat Taylor County High's All- Stars Wednesday evening 8-2, and the South Branch Stars on Thursday evening by an 8-3 margin. In the Wednesday battle, Mike Nagle hurled a two-hitter at the Taylor Countians. The Taylor County batsmen got off to a fast start by scoring two runs, "their Turn To Page 14 HORSE SHOE TOURNAMENTI There will be u big Horse Shoe Tournament staged at OAK STRilff PARKin MARTINSBURG Saturday, July 29th which will be open to horse shoe pitchers of the area. Persons must be at the park Friday Night to qualify for the tournament, accor- ding to Preston A. Rose, Tournament direc- tor. JULY 2/- IT P@t$ Must Oua//fy by Jdy 28 WINCHESTER TOYOTA INC. 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