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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1988 "00'it Sport,00 17 results from last the schedule for this games for area (Results) 21, Jefferson 0 Martinsburg 6 19, Frankfort 6 Berkeley Springs 6 This Week) Night) at Keyser at Hedgesville at Southern !Springs at Moorefield Date) (Results) 20, Glenville 6 55, Maryland 24 Eastern Kentucky 32 This Week) Afternoon) at West Liberty Virginia at Pitt at V.M.I. Alley Sadie Race Farm's White Alley, in the West Virginia Development Fund September 9, took in the stretch to post a in the Sadie Hawkins at the Charles Town roan mare earned (plus $2,000 Premium Award), s over the White Alley ran the in a quick 1:27.4 and as the favorite of the in the Sadie choice of a stallion either Noble Title, !lnald Saville; Comical James Johnson; or by John McKee. ;owner, sam Engle, said stallion ser- Sir Doweli Stables, finisher Lady D. Dunn and Thomas of third place horse will get second and of stallion services, Munden had White early behind Willie For Tersie. Midway White alley lead, even though practically standing in to restrain her. When Lady Amalthia Alley around the Doswell gained a bit but the Granville mare had more than win. a little sharper I Week earlier," Munden show more speed ) I took a good hold of ber. her for anything to the front. I bit coming into the got into her pretty good Wire. She had to work ," Engle hard. We'll give then we'll see Team Pair 1968 golf team to capture Eastern Cumberland Valley honors and perhaps bid for West Virginia coached by posted wins number during the past week that one the scoring pattern Jefferson over- 167 to 190, as Todd Lutman a md Brian Writ, Berkeley Springs was ',Berkeley's 358 in an t Cacapon State Park. With a 77, Bnggs a aatches included a in Winchester and Harrisonburg; a Hollow Country teeoff amd the staging of the Invitational next at Sleepy Hollow. to the invitational and to take part. Sport Shorts JUNIOR WRESTLING -- The Jefferson Junior Wrestl- ing Association will hold its yearly registration Wednes- day, October 5, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., at Jefferson High School. Participants must be residents of the county, ages 5 to 16, kindergarten to junior high. The registration fee, $12.50 for the season, also entitles the registrant to a T- shirt. Practices will be held each Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 at Jefferson High School. All scheduled matches will be on Saturday. For additional information call Donna Smith at 725-5317 or Donna Rinker at 725-9122. YOUTH CAGE PROGRAM -- A continuation oi the Youth basketball leagues in Jefferson County (designed for boys and girls from the seventh to twelfth grades of school) has been announced. However, the leagues will not be activated until after all the schools have conducted their tryouts. Then, those who attend Jefferson County schools and are not members of the school teams, will be eligible to participate. Full details will be announced later. In the meantime, anyone wishing to coach, referee or help in any way with league functions should contact Jim Pierson at 725-0552 or Ken Anders at 725-5275. LI'I'rLE LEUE NEWS -- The Jefferson County Lit- tle League picnic will be held Saturday, October 1, at 11 a.m. at Moose picnic grounds off Route 9 just outside Ran- son. Lunch will be served at 12: 30 p.m. For additional in- formation contact your coach or manager or phone 876-6167 or 725-4257. Each family attending is asked to bring a dish of salad, vegetables. All else will be provided. It has also been announced that the monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Little League will be held Mon- day, October 3, at Jefferson High School. Officers will be elected for the 1989 little league year. Anyone interested in participating in the organization is asked to attend. / LADIES WIN -- The United States ladies basketball team won its opening game in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, but it wasn't as easy as they might have hoped. Czechoslovakia remaine4 in the running from start t finish, coming back from anearly 12-point deficit, before Teresa Edwards asserted her scoring ability with 16 of her 24 points in the second half to pace the Americans. Vicky Bullett of Martinsburg and the University of Maryland, played in both halves of the game. And, from where we were watching, the tide appeared to change when she was inserted into the line. Bullett made two of four shots from the field and beth of her free throws for a total of 6 points. PREDICTIONS  It's very early in the season, but here are some predictions for schoolboy football in this area. Jefferson will be the class of AAA football in the tri- county area. Musselman has established itself as the top dog in Class AA football with its perfect 4-0 record. Allegany and Fort HiWof Cumberland, always grid powerhouses, appear to be the teams who'll decide the winner of the Cumberland Valley Athletic League crown this season. Martinsburg, according to its principal, Ray Waldo, is in a building year, while both Berkeley Springs and Hedgesville are fighting losing battles in their initial starts. In nearby Winchester, the Handley Judges are the class of the lot despite some heady coaching by James Wood mentor Dick Harmison, who spent a spell here in Jeffer- son County, later in Martinsburg. As for more than local laurels, only Musselman appears to have the power and savvy to advance beyond the regular schedule and perhaps participate in the state high school AA playoffs. Suddenly Life Insurance -Is a "Smart Money"Idea * Watch Savings Grow Fast * Pay No Federal Income Tax on your Earnings *AND Increase your Life Insurance estate, Too. Good News! - Life Insurance survived recent Tax Reform Legislation! Earnings growth in WHOLE LIFE, UNIVERSAL LIFE, VARIABLE LIFE, or SINGLE PREMIUM LIFE policies 9row Tax Deferred at very competitive rates, and will NOT be reported as income to the IRS! Come in and talk to me about a CUSTOM DESIGNED Tax Deferred Growth Plan for you and your family, or call 725-2211 for an ap- pointment. RICHARD S. DURHAM Richard S. Durham Agent-Registered Representative New York Life Insurance Co. New York Life Insurance G Annuity Corporation 300 E. Liberty St. 725-2211 Cougar Soccer Team Active The Jefferson High soccer team remained active during the week, splitting a pair of contests. The Cougar booters defeated Hedgesville, 2-1, then dropped a 741 decision to St. Mario Goretti of Hagerstown. They'll be back in action this evening at 7 oclock when Martinsburg will provide the opposition, and again next Tuesday for a home match with North Hagerstown. The team, pictured above, includes, left to right, seated, J.J. Knott, Bray Sokol, Chip Keating, Jimmy VanMetre, captain, Andrew Patterson, David Bound, Jason Cline and Nick Cooper; standing, Joe Hall, Chris Campbell, Chad Hoiden-Bache, Aaron Myers, Bruce Myers, cap- tain, Keith Myers, Brent Hetzel, Adam Holden-Bache, captain, and Coaches Joel Galperin and Harold Bache. Open Week For Cougars Jefferson High's football team, beaten for the first time this season last Friday evening, will take a week off from game action prior to the awaited meeting with Martinsburg High at Cougar Stadium, Shenandoah Junction, Friday, September 30. In the meantime, Martinsburg's record dipped to 1 and 2 as the Bulldogs were soundly defeated by a fine Fort Hill Sentinel eleven, 48-6 last Friday evening. At the same time, Jefferson's Cougars found an undefeated Loudoun Valley team too much to handle as the Vikings whipped Coach Jay Kirby's charges, 21-0, at Purcellville, Va. Jef- ferson's record is still an excellent one, 3 wins, 1 defeat. In Friday night's battle of the unbeaten (Jefferson and Loudoun Valley), the first half of play lived up to pre-gmrne predictions. Neither ball club was able to mount a sustained of- fensive, action was primarily defen- sive, and the teams went into the dressing rooms at half-time locked in a scoreless battle. But the Vikings quickly locked up the decision in the second half, scor- ing on its first three possessions while continuing to hold the erstwhile high- scoring Cougars in check. First off, Vashon Page whipped through the Jefferson defenses for 22 yards and a touchdown with Mike Schulz kicking the extra point. On a sustained drive which started at the Viking 45, Loudoun Valley mov- ed to the Cougar 32 and there; J.J. Merchant found daylight and rambl- ed the remainder of the way for a se- cond touchdown. Sehulz again kicked the extra point. In the fourth and final stanza, quarterback Kenny MaUoy tossed a 14-yard aerial to his tight end, John Ely, for the third and final touchdown, with Schulz again adding the point after. In total offense, Loudoun Valley racked up 306 yards to Jefferson's 194. Cougar quarterback Stephan Chris- tian's passing accounted for 128 of his team's 194 yards as he completed 13 of 25 passes, five of them to Tony Pier- son for 28 yards, and five to tight end Brian Whittington for 58 yards. Pier- son rushed for 57 yards. Loudoun Valley's Malloy com- pleted 6 of II passes for 124 yards and rushed for another 44, while J.J. Mer- chant had 53 yards rushing, David Page, 51. Coach Kirby, disappointed by what he termed a "total breakdown" of defense, special team play and block- ing on offense, will undoubtedly dwell on these apparent deficiencies as Jefferson prepares for the Martins- burg contest. Special Olympics Plans Meet The initial planning meeting for the 1968-89 Jefferson County Special Olym- pics calendar will be held Wednesday, September 28, at 7 p.m. The meeting place is the Wright Denny - CEC Center on Lawrence Street in Charles Town. All persons interested in the Special Olympics program are welcome to at- tend. Unlike what many people think, Special Olympics is not a once-a-year track and field event, but a year-long training program in 22 different sports for special children. New clinics in bowling, volleyball and basketball are in the planning stages. New and exciting things are happen- ing in Jefferson County Special Olym- pics. Be a part of it. For more infor- mation, please feel free to call Debra Payne, JCSO coordinator at 725-5880 during school hours. JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMERCIAL BOWLING LEAGUE TEAMS W L Italian Dell 6 2 Totals 6 2 Citgo 5 3 Team No. 8 4 4 Golden Girls 4 4 Country Closet 4 4 Little Darlings 2 6 South Forty Farm 1 7 High Individual Games -- Tina Slusber, 223; Char Esswein, 191; Helen Hamill, 185. High Individual Series -- Tina Slusber, 515; Char Esswein, 504; Helen Hamill, 486. High Team Game Scratch -- Team No. 8, 602; Italian Dell, 593; Totals, 591. High Team Game Handicap -- Team No. 8, 727; Little Darlings, 718; Totals, 703. High Team Series Scratch -- Team No. 8, 1703; Country Closet, 1688; Italian Dell, 1677. High Team Series Handicap -- Team No. 8, 2078; Little Darlings, 1999; Italian Dell, 1953. High Averages -- Helan HamiU, 174; Char Esswein, 161; Dawn Stickman, 159. SEPTEMBER 7 RESULTS High Individual Games -- Helen Hamill, 215; Judy Mazei', 202; Rosie Carper, 190. High Individual Series -- Helen Hamill, 559; Deanna Paden, 491; Ellen Fitzgerald, 490. High Team Game Scratch -- Coun- try Closet, 671; Citgo, 630; Italian Dell, 621. High Team Game Handicap -- Country Closet, 747; Totals, 724; Citgo, 721. High Team Series Scratch -- Coun- try Closet, 1818; Citgo, 1761; Italian Dell, 1760. High Team Series Handicap -- Country Closet, 2046; Italian Dell, 2036; Citgo, 2034. High Averages -- Helen Hamril, 186; Ellen Fitzgerald and Deanna Paden, tied with 163. i GIVE THE UNITED WAY MEN'S SHOP Formerly Located at 103 West Washington Street Charles Town Will RE -OPEN Its Doors at Our New Location 219 West " r Washington Street Charles Town Next To Ramey's Appliance & T.V. Center Friday, September 23rd Wateh For Our GRAND RE.OPENING In Oetober