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---SPORTS SECTION--- Complele Local and Sectional Coverage DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 17, 1966 SECTION--B NEWS VIEWS CONGRATULATIONS to Coach Doug Lutman, who in his Year as head football coach at Charles Town High turned lrapl-essive 5-5 season Incidentally, observel:s who at the Panthers in actio'n against Boonsboro last Sat- tell us that they could have cleaned up any and many Class AAA teams in this section, so well against the Wmuiors in that satisfying victory $"ENANDOAH*" DOWNS will be without their popular manager a few lays, as Bob Leavitt took off Tuesday for JacksonviUe, Florida, where he will take part tournament at the beautiful Ponta Verda Course. luck, Robel SORRy TO HEAR about the death of Bob Stofberg's in BalHmore recently. Bob is secretary-tre uurer of Town Race Course and a chap who certainly" made [e ervant feel right at home while attending the in his home town JOB WELL DONE : To Harpers Ferry. High's new foot- Jack,on, who moved his Ti ers to a season 9f 6-2-1 in his first year at the Jefferson County While far from overloaded with football material of the season, Howard and his able assistants workin day and night and developed a fine team . Congratulations NT IRV KOVENS is wearing a broad smile these because during the first 37 nfirhts at Charles Town handle shows a neat 5% increase over the same year We might also add that Costy Caras is NOT any increase, that is. in added weight, as the popular romper keeps grinding out reams of fine publicity exc ding]v popular durin the fall and winter at Cbarlea Town Race the mezzanine in , +s,nd which is another of Charlio Funk' race try.} We never thou 'ht you would make it. Cbarlie. bn It was the hour of decision Monday night for the coaches of the six schoolboy football teams who participated in the Bi-State Conference play in the 1966 sea- son when they, along with the principals and coaches of all ten schools in the conference, met for their Winter meeting at Shady Rest restaurant on U. S. Routell, north of Martinsburg. It was the time for the coaches to sit down and make their selections for the Al,l-Conference teams and Jeffer- son County's two representatives in the league- Shel~herdstown and Harpers Ferry--faired excep- tionally well in the selections with each team having three players named to the first team, each collecting two berths on the second team and each playing four men on the third team. Shep- herdstown had two boys in the honoruble mention class ~nd Harpers Ferry one. Named to the first team from Harpers Ferry were Lorne Pope and John Fox, two fine Tiger tackles, who played a maior role in the 6-2-1 record which the Ti- gers chalked up during the sea- son; and Sago Garrett, the lead. ing scorer for the Tigers and one of the leading scorers in the sec- tion and a.rea, as a halfback. Pope, and Garrett are seniors, while Fox is only a junior. The Shepherdstown representa- tives on the first team were Ricky Wright, one of the finest little high school players in the entire area, who was a power on both the offense and defense for the Cardinals; Max Moore, a standout interior guard and Ron Kidrick. the Cardinals' high scor- ing fullback, who was also one of the leading scorers in the section and area. Wright and Moore are seniors and Kidrick a sopho- more. Named to the Conference sec- ond team from Shepherdstown were Ron Russell. an outstandin,g iunior and Paul Brown and big Junior tackle: and from Harpers Ferry were Steve D'Angelo, a fine defensive junior tackle and Lee Battea er junior qua who proved to be one of the best. passers, signal callers and runners' in the section and area. The third team representatives from Harpers Ferry were Doug Taylor and Ken Fau~ble, fine ends; SAGO GARRET]P : LOHNE POPE RON KIDRICK RICKY WRIGHT is Independent Baseball i League To Hold It's Banquet Saturday Night The Independent Baseball Lea- (BY DON RENTCH) gue will hold it s annual banquet Saturday night, beginning at 7 p. m. in the Boonsboro, Md Fire I Jefferson County's schoolboy basketball coaches have not wasted Hall. ~ any time getting their pre-season cage drills underway now that the Guest speaker will be Hal Kel- ler, member of the scouting staff 1966 football season has ended. As a matter of fact at all three of the of the Washington Senators. county high schools the "'change-over" was in progress last weei~ Plans are being made to take sinoe both Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry wound-up their grid care of a large crowd of players, their wives and guests. Kim Reid made two of the key defensive plays for the Panthers, a pass interception and a recover- ed fumble. Bruce Manuel with 16 unassist- action. seasons Friday, Nov. 4 and William (Bill) Jordan, head cage coach at Charles Town High did not wait until the Charles Town footballers had wound up their season this past Saturday night, to get his cage proteges in action. With the schoolboy cage season opening as early this season as Dec. 2, the coaches had only about a month of pre-season drills in i which to whip their 1966-67 squads into shape and ready for combat ed tackles, led the Panther de- What the 1966-67 cage season[ering Wednesday afternoon just fensive surge, while Johnny Gray will have in store for the county ] how his 1966-67 squad will stack had 13. Greg Hess, Jim Brown, i fans is still an uncertainty since up with other Class A and Class John Deveney and Jim Berry also none of the coaches have really AA teams in the section and area. played fine defensive games for had an opportunity yet to deter- Charles Town. mine the real potentials of their A good indication of the fine boys. Coach Jordan has probably had more time to observe his proteges than has either head cage Robert Rizzo at Harpers Ferry High, or Jimmy Kessel, new head basket- ball coach at Shepherdstown High since he has been working most of his boys out for the past ten days. But even with ten days of prac- tice Coach Jordan was still wend- ALL STARTERS GONE With all five of his starting team of last year lost either through graduation or by a drop out of school, Coach Jordan is facing a tough re-building job from his bench squad and those who have come up from the Juno ior Varsity and sophomore teams. While the Panthers were not a big team last year, Coach Jordan ,did have some height in 6-ft. 4 in Johnny Waiters and 6-1 Ernie Turn To Page 2-B defensive play of both teams is provided in the fact that Charles Town held Martinsburg to five first downs and 88 yards on scri- range. Martinsburg was, however just a little better on the defense, holding Charles Town to just two first downs and 50 yards on scrim mage. The Panthers finished up the season with a 2-4-1 record. @ I m b,ou h in st le Nice piece of constructio- Wilbert Kidwiler. theaggressive forward to you extendin it the entire length Tiger guard: and Bill Craven, one graudstand before another meeting of the best little halfbacks in the ~ection. Shepherdstown's third team ~i!!!~F~~i rer~resentatives were Ed Wil. ~ I : '$TF~eets~'de"Pi ~'uP l~am~, a tackle and Vau,ghn Rus- JOHN FOX MAX MOORE nell a guard and Larry Boyd the Cardinals' fine quarterback. F TH Listed among the honorable ~ mentions from Harvers Ferry was sT ,wn THER ARELOTSO 0 ERS. YED OUR visit with numerous ]Y[ounfaineer players Raymondback;andWeller,fr m ShepherdstOWna halfback. II bp gX ,a, e,a -urdav as Coach Jim Carlen's boys romT)ed were John Miller, center; and S r 0 0-0 In i s Fin [ structlonF r'mstance'A' - -new durabddY:rust. EliminatesNeW sheetexposedmetal con- Wa hin on to 6 A visit to the press sect, .re otlr old friend Mickey Furfari is chief amonR" the ~ The Charles Town Junior High'~nale of the season for both] on cargo box and tailgate: Provides self-washing footbal:lers, who dropped some [teams,'~ . : [ wheelhousings with special splash shields. Inner cab ir inia scribes and such old standbys as Eddie Barre,' -----,heart-breaking decisions this sea- [ With the wind blowing at a I row],and wouldn't you know hat our seat was right The Full Gospel Iission son, battled ,the Martinsburg[strong gale.like force and the I specially treated against rust. of West irginia's all-time football greats, Sam Church which has been closed for looked great with Mrs. Huff sitting next to him.repairs will. be open again for its South Junior High Trojans to a ~ gridiron slippery from rain, net-, regular Saturday night's services. 0~) tie Thursday afternoon on the ] ther team found the tuff footing I Also, added safety and TI RN TO This Saturday night, Nov 19. Charles Town High field in the| easy to travel on, and both teams] CO ~ convenience: Ira- ,rain and win in what was the[ e~perienced some difficulty hold I proved visibility all around. Dual master cylinder The public is invited, d [ ing onto the pigskin. I brake system. Telescoping lower steering shaft. Ener- ,Charles Towmdid threaten sbr-[ |iously four times to score, but[ gy-absorbing instrument panel. Interior color,k eyedto ,| each tin/e either'a pass intercept- [ go with exterior paint. One,hand tailgate latch. ] ion or funfole stopped their drives " Charles Town moved to the 16, 17, [ , 22. and 26 yard lines in their[ And extra strength:Full-depth double~wall side ;coring drives, but never were [ panels (Fleetside models). Double-wall steel in cab roof ,ble to make it all the way. The Charles Town defensive ! and other important areas. ~am proved to be so effective] ~ainst Martinsburg that only in I Plus famous Chevrolet truck features: ~.~u ~.:~uu m,T-'~e"""'~e-~" :l~e final period did Martinsburg[ threaten seriously to hit pay dirt. [ Front Suspension that gives a smooth ride-like a car. On that occasion they moved to L the Charles Town 28-yard line ] The most popular truck 6's and V8's. (And there are before the little Panthers could | . lots more, as your Chevrolet dealer will show you:) ! Winners in Men's Division: Members of Sleepy Hollow Golf & are the women golfers who were presented trophies Country Club who won trophieS are shown above. (Left to right).- at the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Club's annual Front row -- Oscar Wilt, Norman Wilt, Junior Jones, Dr. Charles at the Shannondale Club, last Wednesday nigh~ Lett Cunningham and Eugene Cllpp. Back row (left to right)--Conrad Grant, Mary Ann Hamman, Gladys Honser, Cindy Hamman, Bill Benton, Meredith L. Polen, Meredith Polen, Sr. Carl Roth. (Photo by Dr. Charles Cunningham) -Be=ton and Calvin Shoemaker. the brand new breed of Chevy pickups at your Chevrolet dealer's e.m~e~m mm.~ ~.o-- o ~ ~ o o =~Awmsoa~ ~ 47-1447 ROUTE 340 EAST CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7045 III - I i USE'OUR LAY.A-WAY PLAN NEXT TO POSTOFFICE IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Gifts Wrapped In Attractive Boxes