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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE .... THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1988 I 5 irit Sport Girls Win, Boys Lose season is in full The girls are losing. at this early stage girls, now 4-1 on the outing, an 89-44 Dickinson Col- Hall Tuesday names led the la Clark, Karen Smith and ng in dou- Oy loss of the season the ladies lost a 72-70 decision to in a WVIAC con- Elkins. Carr led , Points Karen Clark added 19. On the distaff side, Coach Ron Gerlufsen's charges have played six games and lost six, but that doesn't mean that Gerlufsen doesn't remain optimistic about Ram chances in the future. In the past week, Shepherd was defeated by Gannon College in Erie, Pa., 64-48. Top scorer for the Rams was Rob Leavitt with 11 points. Then a visit to Wheeling College for a WVIAC contest brought the same results as Wheeling posted a -70 deci- sion over the Rams. Bobby Chuey was the lone Rams player in double figures. He had 20. Shepherd returns home Monday evening for another WVIAC contest, with West Liberty, at Sara Cree Hall. rt Shorts VISITS --- An old timer, who will be by those who followed the fortunes of the American Legion baseball team so many Paid us an annual visit last week. Zombro, who patrolled the outfield for the and SWung a potent bat as well, informs us that of 57 he is to undergo an operation to repair ) in his right shoulder. The injury is the play in baseball and softball from his years until the present time. the shoulder gave him trouble this past (who admitted that Father Time was try- COntrol) performed in the senior slow pitch in Fairfax County, VA., where he works (so he would be closer to first for hurt his shoulder) Zombro, with the team (the company he works for) games, all winning efforts, moved on for tournament play where the team an additional seven victories and a champion- also traveled to Albuqueque, New Mexico, for he was most impressed by a display air balloons from 30 countries. t active in the area of sports, Zombro, who was most valuable player and a year ago of Fame status, also visits schools and Fairfax County area to add his bit in to elintination of e use of drugs by young l FINISHED', _ a personal narrative on how his mid-years managed to participate 50-mile JFK run and hike, staged two hill and dale in nearby Maryland. "Benner family racing team cajoles B fifty miler," the narrative said: arbara Benner, Julie Benner and Mrs. .. "Doc" as pacer and time keeper, cheerleader, Barbara and Mrs. Berkeley in and gourmet delights, talked (Rich) COmpleting the John F. Kennedy run-hike. :h and paced Durham precisely fhst 30 miles including a climb up South Boonsboro and 15 miles along the Ap- to Weverton Cliffs where the ladies pro- of two sumptious tailgate parties. the team, over a second delicious to the advisability of continuing or ad- a COnvenient watering hole across the river, indicated that if the crew would give him the picnic and all the warm clothes in continue. (Editor's note: it was cold and t conducive to spending hours over tough and along traffic infested highways). returned three hours later to check to inquire at local emergency but found Durham plodding road near Downsville. With encourage- Barbara, plus three chocholate chip struggled across the finish line in 11 minutes, (184th among 230 participants started). provided shuttle service for Durham, from Georgia, back to the starting IN FINALS -- Allegany High School of .Md., clearly the class of the Cumberland past football season where it will play for the Class AA state cham- at Byrd Stadium. The Campers, 12-0 Forestville, 11-1, for the AA title. TO STATE -- Martinsburg High's girls undefeated in 22 starts in regular season tournament play, will get the ultimate week. Coach Don Bullett's charges to face Greenbrier East Wednesday even- competition at the Charleston Civic the Eastern Panhandle represen- Well in the state finals. I -- West Virginia University will the number one ranking in the na- 2 when the Mounties face Notre Bowl in Tempe, Arizona. Both are :the same time, Marshall will continue in against Furman Saturday at Fairfield Furman was the only team to Herd this season. Panther Football Squad Concludes Season The Panther football team of Charles Town Junior High School, coached by Tom Wilson, Tim Smith and Tracey Stutler, completed an excellent year on the gridiron, compiling a winning record. Members of the squad, pictured above, are, left to right, row one, Mike Tenney, Brian McGuin, Steve John- son, Shawn Holmes, Tommy Spinks, Kato Oliver, Mike Anderson, Mike Cenate, Anton Roth, Robert Harris. Second row, Brandon Reed, manager, Kenny Bailey, Gary Sager, Jason Gray, J.R. Mahoney, Mark Clay, Reggie McDaniel, Tim Bowles, Terry James, Joe Fields, Lance Lind, manager. Third row, Derek McDaniels, Nat Burns, Grant Megargee, Steve EIliott, John Hill, Roger Higgs, Wayne Smith, Jason White, Chris Kerns, Todd Whitmore. Fourth row, Lisa Jurich, statistician, Jamey Stoneberger, Shane Linton, Chad Shade, Andy Burns, J.B. Smith, Scott Fincham, Chris Stone, Scan Bailey, Charles Lamp. Fourth row, Coach Tim Smith, Coach Tracy Stutler, Todd Lind, Kevin Dent, Kent Carter, Tyrone Yates, Ryan Fincham, Steve Carlisle, Ben Money, Jeremy Lanham and Head Coach Tom Wilson. ii Johnson Wins Hub-City (00Ti!assic at Md. Oval HAGERSTOWN - Johnson captures Quaker State Hub-City 150. Davey Johnson of Imperial, Pc. showed why he is the leading late model feature winner in the area by winning the Quaker State Hub-City 150 at the Hagerstown Speedway Sunday afternoon. After being postponed due to rain for three consecutive weeks, the 14th running of the Hub-City is finally in the record books with Johnson the first driver to win the event back-to-back. The win was worth $10,320 for Johnson including $2,320 in lap money. Running a smooth methodical race in the Ray Callahan Bullitt Chassis/Gaerte Engine/Hoosier Tire/Phils Towing Special, Johnson picked off cars at a slow pace after starting the chase in 14th spot. Johnson broke into the top five on the 14th tour and worked his way to second by the 23rd lap. Johnson gained the lead from Buddy Arrnel right before the first fuel stop on lap 49 and led the rest of the way in the most exciting Hub-City event in its 14 year history. "Everything worked just great," said Johnson in victory lane. "The track was super smooth and it just kept getting faster and faster." Butch McGill of West Union, WV grabbed the early lead from his pole starting spot and led the first 20 laps as a fierce battle three and four wide between Mike Balzano, Buddy Armel, Rodney Franklin and Cubb Frank was taking place. On lap 15, Davey Johnson joined the battle as Balzano and Armel began to preeeeeeeeessure McGill for the lead. Armel gained the lead on lap 21 and three laps later Johnson was in the runner-up spot as Balzano, Franklin, McGill continued their battle. Four laps later, Balzano pulled even with Johnson and regained second on the next time around. On lap 34, Armel, Balzano, Johnson and Franklin were four abreast fighting for the lead. Armel held onto the top spot, but Johnson was back in second on lap 37 only to have Balzano take it back on the next circuit. Johnson came right back two laps later for second and began his chase for Armel. With two laps remaining before the first fuel stop, Johnson began to pressure Armel and on lap 49, Johnson was in the lead. Johnson controlled the second 50-lap segment, but the battle for second on back was exciting as the first third of the race. After going to the rear two times for pit stops in the first 50-laps, Gary Stuhler moved into the top five on lap 51 to battle with Balzano, Armel and Franklin. The four drivers battl- ed each other as if it was the final lap with Armel holding second, Balzano third, Stuhler fourth and Franklin fifth. The four drivers never let up as they fought each other for the runner- up spot and the opportunity to try to catch Johnson who began to open some daylight over the rest of the field. On lap 70, Tom Peck joined in and all five drivers were even going down the backstretch five wide. For the next five laps, Armel and Balzano were even for second and Stuhler and Peck were side-by-side right behind. By lap 80, they were back in single file with Armel still holding onto second. On lap 85 Stuhler began to make his move as he worked his way into third and on lap 92 he was around Armel for second. But once in second, Stuhler had his work cut out for him as Johnson had opened a five second lead which he held until the red flag was waved for the second fuel stop on lap 100. With lapped cars in the field on the restart, Johnson was able to open a 2.5 second lead by the time that Stuhler cleared the traffic on lap 119. A cau- tion with 10 laps remaining wiped out Johnson's three second lead and gave Stuhler one last chance. Johnson pro- ved to be too much as he cruised home two seconds in front of Stuhler. Following Stuhler was Peck who started 13th with Balzano finishing fourth after running in the top five the entire race. Fifth went to Franklin with Jeff Robinson sixth and Buddy Armel seventh. Rodney Combs was eighth one lap down with McGill and Chuck Teets rounding out the top ten two laps down. Taking the lead on the eighth lap, Lynn Geisler of Compolis, Pc., won the 25-lap Teddy Marketing/Hamill Enterprises Race of Champions. Representing the Pennsylvania Motor Speedway, Geisler started seventh and won by two seconds over Chub Frank. Geisler picked up $1,840 for the win. Burch McGill, Ben Miley and Nathan Durboraw rounded out the top five. In the hard fought battle, track champion Wayne Walls of St. Thomas, Pc. edged Les Hare in the 30-1ap cham- pionship race for the limited late models. It was Walls' 10th win of the season. Hare led from the drop of the green as Walls worked his way from his 10th starting spot to second by the fifth lap. Walls stayed on Hare's bumper until lap 19 when he gained the upper hand and led the rest of the way holding off a last lap challenge by Hare at the end. Third through fifth were Marvin Winters, Nathan Durboraw and Robby Garlock. Brad Omps of Winchester, Va. won the 20-lap Roadrunner feature. Gifts of Fun 8, Fitness... GIFT CERTIFICATES From CHARLES TOWN ATHLETIC CLUB Workouts-Racquetball Swimming .Tanning . Health Screening-Aerobtcs Call or Drop In 725-7313 Charles Town Athletic Club Corner of Rt. 340 & Jefferson Ave. 8 am-8 pm CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE Dec. 3 & 4 Artificial Garlands & Wreaths LOST YOUR IRA DEDUCTION? Sat. & Sun. TRY OUR ALTERNATIVE IRA!!! 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