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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 3 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1978 SPORTS Jefferson Seeks To Jell Against Loudoun County NEWS andVIEWS [Jefferson High Girls' Varsity ,,.,,,.,, Cagers Open Season With Victory b GOOD BEGINNING -- The Jefferson High Varsity basketballers, in contrast to last when they had trouble scoring and at the outset of the season, raised the their 1978 season on a most successful by traveling to Purcellville, Va., Monday and scoring a hard-fought, but well- victory over the Loudoun Valley High had already played four games prior to one. Mike Cook,head coach of the Cougars said Tuesday he was well pleased with the of his girls who have some experience, but really short in numbers. He said his girls 'ed outstanding ball for three quarters before began to tire from the heat in the gym- and also the fact that he only had eight ,ers in uniform and could not substitute very In Virginia High hool girls' basketball, of a Jayvee squad can't play in both a and Jayvee game and this cut the size of :ar Varsity sqJad from ten to eight. And make matters worse one of the Varsity cagers, Carver, fouled out of the ball game early in fourth period. One encouraging note about win was that Coach. Cook had six players the scoring Monday night. Another plus Cougar girls was that last season it was until about the fifth game of the season that were able to do much scoring. Last season Was the Vikings girls who won over the Cougar in their seasonal opener at Loudoun Valley. Mike Cook's girls did get revenge later in season for that loss, however, by trimming Valley in a return match by some 11 The Cougar Jayvee girls were also Monday night in that Loudoun used Freshmen against them, while High is only a three grade level school. High will have a week now to work out of the mistakes they made and also polish !their offense before going into action again on 22 in Morgan County against the Paw Paw Coach Cook's girls will not make their debut until Sept. 30, when they tangle with Strong Handley High School squad of Win- Va. NOTES -- The Charles F. Funk Stakes will be run this Saturday night the Charles Town Turf Club. The $10,000- seven furlong test, being held in memory the late Charlie Funk, who served as main- Charles Town Club a number of years, is a test for 2-year- in West Virginia. A total of 14 have been for the race. Entries will be drawn morning -- Thursday, with one of them George Roboski's Mango Queen, winner of Sorority and Colleen Stakes at Monmouth TRACK RECORD -- Charles RisseU's equaled the 41/2 furlong track record of 51- b Seconds when he scored a 3'/ length victory runners at the Charles Town Turf last Friday night. In posting his 9th victory 12, the Robert Rawlings trained runner has his earnings to nearly $30,000.0(t Cortan the track record with Mark Cubbage's Felina, who set the mark in April 1977. TO FAST START -- Jockey Troy "Bo" has jumped off to the lead in the battle riders at the Fall meet at the Charles Turf Club. After the first week of action the has ridden six winners out of 14 ON HOT STREAK --Trainer "Buck" Woodson, Jr., got off to a flying at the present Fall meet Charles Town Turf Club, having sent out winners in four starts. Robert Raw!ings Mercer are also pushing Woodson for of being the leading trainer. PROVES HIMSELF -- Sophomore Jim Pope, 6-3, 255, rushed for 122 yards |carries in Saturday's 16-0 Shepherd victory Glenville State College. All-American Gregg Warfield was sidelined with a injury, but Pope took up the slack, scoring a for the Rams. Pope is the younger of former Shepherd All-American Bob who still holds rushing records for the WITH DEFENSIVE PER- - Shepherd head coach Walter Says he is pleased thus far with his team's performance. The Rams, yielding an of only five points per game, and only rushing. After two games, has executed its philosophy of opponents' ground game and forcing !to the air. KE FALKENHAN HAS TOP PER- - Shepherd defensive back Mike intercepted two Glenville passes and a fumble in the Rams' 16-0 blanking Pioneers. Falkenhan also had four solo eight assists and a blocked pass. The The Jefferson High Girls' Varsity cage team, who are supposed to be in the re-building )cried this season due to the loss of some valuable players from last season's squad, did not show any signs of being inexperienced Monday night when they traveled to Purcellville, Va., and chalked up a close and hard- fought 4945 victory over the Loudoun Valley Viking girls. This was the 1978 debut for the Cougar girls, but it was the fifth game for the Vikings, who now show a 2-3record. Coach Mike Cook said prior to the game that he expected his girls would be being a tough opponent in Loudoun Valley, especially on the road and it was just that,with the Cougar girls managing to hold on in the home stretch for the victory. The Cougars took 12-7 first period lead and managed to stay in front until about mid-day of the final period when Loudoun Valley came on strong to tie the score at 41-41 and even later at 45-45 with only a little more than a minute of play remaining, But Jefferson High, on two quick baskets, went on'to win the battle. Last season when the Cougars opened on the "road against LSudoun Valley they ran into a lot of trouble and were defeated. Later in the season Coach Mike Cook's Cougars managed to gain some revenge for that defeat later in the season at Jefferson High. Coach Cook said he was most pleased with the showing of his girls, especially throughout the. first half when they took an early lead and stayed in front. They were leading by a 12-7 score at the end of the first period and 23-19 at the halfway mark. And going into the home stretch they still managed to maintain a five-point 36-31 margin. But then they began to tire since only eight players suited up for the game and one of their stars, Kim Carper, had fouled out of the ball game. It was at this point that Loudoun Valley made a home stretch run against the Cougars and caught up with them at 41-41 and again at 45-45. But then Jefferson stopped the Viking charge and went on to hit for two baskets to win. Millicent Carr a sophomore from Charles Town Junior High school, led the Cougars both on the offense and defense with a total of 15 points and 11 rebounds. Kim Carper had 13 points and seven rebounds before she fouled out of the game and Connie Robinson rolled in 11 points. Robin Wheeler and Venus McDonald each scored action Friday, Sept. 22, when they travel to Paw Paw for a )air of games. Members of the Varsity squad as shown in the above "picture are: Kneeling in front (left to right) -- Nina Lowery, Sheih Dillow, Wendy Flowers. Back row (standing left to. right --[ Coach Mike Cook, Delena I Summer, Robin Wheeler, Connie I Robinson, Millieent Carr, Kim I Carper, Venus McDonald and Susan Branson. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Bakerton Wins Championship Fast-Pitch League With excellent pitching and hitting, plus a fine defense, the Bakerton softball team (shown above) -- put together a strong team effort and went on to win the seasonal championship of the Jefferson County Fast-Pitch Softball League. The Bakerton batsmen put together a winning string of 16 consecutive games to win the crown, beating out the Thoroughbreds going into the final week of play. The Bakerton boys were trailing the Thorough- breds by one game and they then came up with three straight victories that dropped the Thoroughbreds into third place behind the Turf Motel. In those three games Gene Pyne collected the pitching victories for the Bakerton batsmen, but he received a lot of help from the bat of Wayne Johnson and exceptionally strong defensive play as the part of Rick Springer. Johnson was voted by the team as the most valuable player and Pyne as the most valuable pitcher. md James Co,ford was named as the "coach-of-the-year," along with Sonny Hough being named as Manager of the Year. Bakerton finished the season with an 18-6 record. It was their second consecutive league championship. Manager Hough said he and the members of the team are most grateful and appreciative of the support given by the fans this past season. Members of the team as shown above are: Front row (left to right --Barry Grimm, Wayne Johnson, Bob Miller, Bob Davis, and Steve Dorsey. Back row, left to right -- Randy Hough, Rickey Springer, James Caniford, also coach; Gene Pyne, John Milton, Tommy Hoffmaster, John Starliper. Absent when picture l was taken were -- William ["Sonny" Hough, manager and ]Junior Smallwood, a player (Phot,._o by Jim Tabb) o o. i Mon.go Queen Heads Nominees Saturday George Roboskis Mango Queen, winner of the Colleen and Sorority Stakes at" Monmouth our Efluitable Agent Enows about... MORTGAGE INSURANCE FOR YOUR HOME DOUG LUTMAN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (304) 725-2523 or (304) 263-8859 The Equlable Lte Assurance Sooety o the umted States N Y N Y TURN TO PAGE 14 Park, heads a list of 14 two-year- old West Virginia breds: nominated for the $10,000-added Charles F. Funk Memorial Stakes to he run at The Charles Town Races on Saturday, September 23. Mango Queen has also been placed in four other stakes in- eluding a division of the Marlboro Nursery at Bowie. The Mango-Most Beautiful filly has won nearly $120,000 in 10 starts. Others nominated are Anothergambler, Arpagus, Acute Wolf, Bud's Ballerina Current Info, Chaos Babe Capital Joke, Gospel Sing, In- viting Legs, Middleway, Rosie's Folly, Rugger C.E. and Speedy Dutchess. Weights for the stakes will he released Monday, September 18 with the entries being drawn Thursday, September 21." .%AAAAA AAA A ! VVVVV VVV" i MEN'S GOLF COSTY CARAS k,..dlL Ak IL Ak, Ak .dk .k lk .dk. I1" "F "qr "F" "qp," "r "qF" "F" "F" "qF". Displaying precision-like teamwork, the duo of David Ward and your scribe turned in a score of 128 after two rounds at the Sleepy Hollow Golf Course last weekend, for a three stroke victory in the Fall Member tournament. Posting a 64 on Saturday, good for a share of the lead after the first round, Ward and Caras duplicated that score on Sunday. Three strokes back in second place were the teams of Don Clendening-Ron Smallwood, and Marty Blackford-Charles Clendening at 131. Craig Kastle teamed up with Tom Doyle for third place with 132. Bill Kave- Grant Cadwallader were knotted with Ted Johnson-John Demory at 133. The Fall Member Member was the final major tournament on the 1978 schedule at Sleepy Hollow and brought down the curtain on one of the finest seasons at the local golf site. Complete scores follow: David Ward-Costy Caras 64-64- 128; Don Clendening-Ron Smallwood 65 -66-131; Marty Black ford-Charles Clendening 66-65-131; Craig Kastle-Tom Doyle 66-66-132; Bill Kave-Grant Cadwallader 67-66433; Ted Johnson-John Demory 667-133; Frank Smith-Staley Shoemaker 64-70-134; Henry Aaron-Jim Hecker 67-75-142; Cliff Peacher- Larry Ambrose 66-71-137; Jack Bolen-Marvin Payne 66-68-134, Harry Dorsey-Charles Johnson 65-70-135; Hamp Staubs-Les Bourniat 71-66-137; Jim Jen- nison-Gene Myers 72-71-143. Scotty Prain-Joe Groves 72-75- 147; Doug Lamp-Sam Gilman 70- 72-142 Keith Kave-Steve Roth 69-68-137; Ray Doyle-Peter Chakmakian 69-70-139; John Simons-John Rutherford 69-70- 139; Jerry Ripple-Ray Blackford 69-68-137; Russell Miller-Oliver Kastle 69-69-138; Jim Clinton- John Emmert 68-74-142; Steve Anderson-Jay Cepelka 83-70-153; Del Brady-Al Begeman 80-71- 151; Dick Hart-Greg Stevens 75- 71-146; Phil Boggs-Bill Huffins 75-70-145: Dean Bush-Phil Minke 74-73-147; Rick Blackford-Allan Blackford 73-76-151. Advisoff Council Of ESAA Meets Sept. 27 The Advisory council of the Emergency School Aid Act (ESAA).will meet Wednesday, September 27, 1978, at 4:00 p.m. in the board room at the Jef- ferson County Board of Education Offices. Teachers and home school visitors will meet with the advisory council for discussion of the year's program. All members are urged to attend and the public is invited. In Scotland, a grandfather is sometimes called a luckie dad. WINCHESTER TOYOTA, INC. Sales -- Service -- Parts TOYOTA-. MERCEDES.BENZ New and Used Cars and Trucks Over 200 units in stock and on order 1835 Valley Avenue- Winchester, Va. PHONE: 1 - 703.667.9200 JULY t3- 'UF' DEALER LICENSE 7$11 Injuries, Mistakes, Hurt Cougar Cause; Martinsburg At Home One of these days the Jef- League contest. ferson High School Cougar The only undefeated football team is going to quit making mistakes, put it all together, and surprise one of its opponents no end. Coach Jim Kessel hopes it will be Friday fright against Loudoun County at Leesburg, Virginia. It's been a season of con- tradictions for Jefferson. In the first two games, they made offensive mistakes, but played well defensively. In last weekend's contest with John Marshall (won by John Marshall 33 to 6) the defense collapsed and the offense really never had a cbpnee to function, as Jefferson record dipped to 1 and 2. As Kessel pointed out, it was a combination of injuries for the Cougars and opportunistic thrusts b 7 a good John Marshall squad that spelled defeat for Jefferson. For a good part of the first half, Jefferson played the Northern Panhandle eleven on even terms, but a couple of quick aerials by the host team left Jefferson down by two touch- downs at half-time. Already without the services of Bernie Boswell and Barry Davidsou, injuries struck Jef- ferson last Friday where it hurt, . defensively sidelining Mitch Bradley and Hilary Lee; and offensively, the number one runner of the squad, David Diehl. All three are expected to he ready to play at Loudoun County Friday. This week's opposition will not be out of Jefferson's class. Loudoun County has managed two wins and one loss, the latter at the hands of a tough Handley High School team. The Virginians are expected to run up the middle with power, electing to option to the outside when the situation dictates. Elsewhere,. in scholastic football. Martinsburg will play its first home game of the season, against a time-honored, really tough opponent, Fort Hill of Cumberland, Md. So far, Martinsburg has, despite a lack of depth, managed to avoid sermus injury, and has put together a record of two victories and but one defeat Friday night's game at Cobourne Field in Martinsburg is a Cumberland Valley Athletic panhandle team, Berkeley Springs, will be at home Friday evening, tackling aqother consolidated school from West Preston county. Berkeley has romped to consecutive victories over Musselman and Hedgesville. Musselman High's Applemen, winners of two straight after an initial defeat at the hands of Berkeley Springs, will be idle this week-end. In a rare Saturday afternoon encounter, Hedgesville will be at Williamsport to engage Williamsport High's Billporters in a Bi-State Conference contest. Hedgesville's record is a disappointing one so far, with two losses and a tie for Coach John McCullough's charges. On the college scene, Shepherd College will also be on the road this week-end, tackling West Liberty in a West Virginia In- tercollegiate Conference con- test. And West Virginia, sHll licking" its Oklahoma inflicted sounds (the Sooners were easy victors will perform Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at North Carolina State. Tahiti, Hawaii, Bermuda For the Price of staying home When Better Swimming Pools Am Built, Fox will Build Them THE SWIMMING POOL CENTER 1118 Berryville Ave. (across From Nichols) WINCHESTER. VA. ! - 703. 662. 1017 ![ Fashion Preview/Fa,! 78 II featuring pre-season sav,ngs ii THURSDAY,FRIDAY & SATURDAY September 21st., 22nd. & 23rd. 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