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December 14, 1967

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r i / OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE-- I ,DECEMBER 14, 1967 SEC.TION--C 1 I P ia the Baltimore':':':':":':':': their High on [ the dottblehea~ie.II ~ after the ] ~o-~ina Peggy, and Mrs Char es Adams' ,;~b xz ~ a e+* ][ with ra real,loverbecame=ljtwo 1=1= [ 0Jco Vsevenl ---SPORTS SECTION,I COMPLETE LOCAL AND SECTIONAL COVERAGE -- . UE" ~'~:-:+':*':":-.~'*:'*:-:* The Harpers Ferry High basket n . Coach Harry Barkers Charles Two more reai +b~g mgh~s of standing sechonal rwalry. The bailers scored their second victory I~ 'A ~ II Town Jtmior High cage teams I basketball action are on tap for Tigers will be taking a ,3-1 record i .~,Tuesday night in three times out [~ ~ II m opened their 1967-68 seasons Men [ the schoolboy teams and fans of into Berkeley Springs to match . I this season when they edged Clear ~ i u day night on their home floor [ the county and section before the against the 1-2 mark of the Ind- ~ NEWS ~ I Spring*Md 84-76 the victories ~eamslteams take a break for Christmas inns. t ~ v ,~ ~ n Ferry hardwoods in a Bi-State f-I from the South Junior Highland New Year's recess And on And ~he Shepherdstown High mluur,[ D~r~r~z,~t,L uur gun s auu t ~osoy one tor rue . both ni ' " ~k " ~ ~ ~~[~ ~ -~ I Conference battle. ,- T-hero ,- +h ~ School of Martinsburg. And to-| ghts a number of top ,bat- Cardinals, who have not yet been I ~ ~]r][~]r~ ~ - ~ I Once again it was the scoring ~t~Nma,~ ur ~r ~,t~ I'~"~he~t~'~r.~"~.~.~io~'wa~eclose night (Thursday) they will g0/tles are on Lap, ,and in both in- able to win in three times out ~ ~ ~[~ -- ~,of Bill Craven and Lee Ballanger, Teamt W. L. st one of ~e~ a~. ~,~+- after their second victories when[ stances all three of Jefferson Cou this season, will travel ~o Hancock ~ ~ 4B ~L, ~ ~ ] and the rebounding of big Gary Celtics 3 0 I ties scorin~'ni~em~oin~s'to~s~x~o]: they travel to Capon Bridge for a| nty schoolboy teams will be in- (Md.) High for a Bi-State Con- ~~ ~[~ ~,Taulton which paced the Harpers Royals 3 0 I +~: r.v~~ ,~. ~ :~' ' pair of games /volved. ference battle and this will be a lJ ,= ,=~=,~ ~,~ +.v ~, ~,v.- " " For one of h f " h" " ~ I~'~ ~' l~ "--- ~,Ferry attack. Packers 0 3 I " In the hrst game Monday .m'ght[ t e ew times t xs battle ,between two wmless clubs. j ~ ~ m(t ~ra g auueu anotner teu =~ IV L. ~,~ "~tM;l~",Although Harpers Ferry mov~ed ] Lakers 0 3 [ noints and J Pierce two while F the Charles Town seventh graders| season all three, county high In other Friday night action ~ I i,nto a slim early lead, the game l-- -- O -- -- [ [~eyser's f ul shot was 'the onl'" battled to a 35-30 victory over/scnool teams will t)e on me roan the Musselman ttigh edgers, rated D Y [~ ~* ~ [~ ~OW ~ I was almost a basket-for-basket [ ~t- wv,~ I . . ~ ~ . 7 ~ the Martinsburg crew with Joath-/Friday night, while two of them as one of the toy teams in the see ee. o point seorea oy +me LaKers ' . will a in - " I battle for ahnost .three quarters[ ] :" an Baylor leading the Charles[ pl y g home games Tuesday tion and area, esveciallv in the uel[tcs b3 IMIKers 1+ +u t.e J.+t game o[ me mgm ni ht " ii ~ ~ until the T~gers moved out to a [ ~ ~, [ between the ~o-als and Packers Town attack. [ g Class-A category, will be hosting 67-54 margin and they stayed in [ .~,~t~ ~o r~.~w ~ ~ ^ [ D Pierson led'~e Ro-als to vie- In the second game it was[ Friday night the Charles Town Wardensville in what should be ; EORGE ZAMBERLAIN and his two assistants, front the rest of the way. ] KI~SUL'rS Uee. ~ [ to're with nin~ rmint~, while J hardly a con est as Charles Town[ High Panthers, one of .the few another victory for the Applemen ,Ullough of the Junior Varsity and Warren Carter Harpers Ferry held a slim 21- [ Celtics 26 Packers 4 [ ~/'ilkes had one ~)~ Al'~er and V" breezd to a 64-24 vic~ory. [ undefeated teams in the section and Smithburg (Md.) High will hTnen, are certainly due a plaudit for the Purple 20 margin in the first period, in- [ Royals .14 takers 9 [ Cart four each' B" Jordan three With Walker Lloyd and Terry] even at this early date in the sea- be at St. Joseph's Catholic High impressive earb basketball ,erformancesthiscreased the mad to 43-35 by half [ -- -- O -- -- [ -nd T Colli-~ ~,-" AHen ~aging a real scoring suree[ son, and tLhe only one of the three in Martin~burg The St Joe boys ld a'lot of credit al t, " time and then really moved out [ The Celtics and Royals eontinu-] " seeing f'or' ~t'lae" Packers was for tide little Pamhers, Charles[ county teams stil.l showing a per- opened their ' season" Tuesday - ~.::~:*::::::~:::~:~ ~ in front in the third period. [ ed to ~battle for the lead in the ] ~-ne bv L p,n,~ ~,++~ ~ ~ Town moved into a decisive 27.7/feet mark, will move into Hedges. night with a decisive victmT over +ne players Craven with 27 points led the [Charles Town Midget Basketball[ Sowers'w" an;J:" e ers lead in the first half and then[ ville to tangle with the Eagles, Shepherdstown and they'could w.n? are.p~)wng ~:, ~ :: Harpers Ferry scoring, while Lee [ League as both scored a pair of[ two each and R'~Pavne 1" - + coasted to the one-sided win. [ who chalked up victories in their make ~t two in a row on their .~pPor~ers ~na~ tney ~: -~ ~: Ba,llenger had 22 and Doug Tay-[victories the past week. / The Royals moved into a 6-3 Lloyd had 19 points for Charles[ first two times out this season, home floor Friday night. i of hustle and are lor also hit in the double figures [ The Celtics chalked up the [ first ,~eriod lead and sta-ed in Town and Allen had 15. [ The Panthers, with three con ecu- Following the Friday night act- aous to get the job with 10 points. [ most decisive victory of the young[ front all the wa~, ' ~ [ tive victories to their credit with- ion, things will be quiet as far as a they step on the Clear Spring had four men to [ season on Wednesday night bv ] In the Saturdav a,'+i-- +t,~ ~, #~ +le I !iF / out a defeat, have not played a the schoolboy quints of the cou- The Panthers + ~~ h!t .in t h.e doub!eifigures, with i soundly trouncing the takers by[ als and I-~kers met'in' tla'e first i t, iitalnal$ Lose/0 [game. since Dec. 5. due to the nty and section .are concern e.d u with several BIG ~rme miner mau g me pac~ ] a 53-17 score in the second game I game which nroved to be a low- I I changing ot me ante ot a game unul "tuesday mgnt, Dec. 1~, ~~~ with 22 points. ]of h***|Z [t~L I Le [originally scheduled with Clarke when another battles big m pa r lc" Gary Taulton led the reb.ound, lRoyals had chalked ~ their third[ ~n~,-e~h~o~-~,~='~',~,:~'~': s~,5 [~T Johann ~ /i~ll*.~ll.~ [Cou,nty (Va.) High and thus the are on,tap. h-~:.~?, ~u~'ry. wart~~~; ing for both teams as he pulled [ victory bv downing ~he Packers] hv~+he~---~"~-~T~'~r'~'~ r vv [ Panthers may be a little rusty due In the Tuesday ,night action +-.~ ~urneo. s~xr~een~,::::'~:!i down a total of 19 rebounds, by a 2-'3-11 score. [ ~Oecting two points," D. Alger three" . to the long layoff, the Charles. Town ,High fans. will Cal~ is a lanKy ~ -- ~ [ In the one-side win by ,the Cel-' and T. Collins one. ]F0r Th,rd Defeat I There will be a doubleheader see the,r boys making:their home i ,~11 as a sopho- ~~~i ]]~wn (]~r|fl~w~t~r ]even grea,ter-seoring n:igh.t by hit-] The Royals held a 4-3 lead at [t;'me out might be~ a charm for [Charles Town JuniorVarsitywill ej os mg me m'unsw c (Md.) Shepherd I:agers I poC~'mtMsarcelthCratg~eWlhiOsSCO;3di29' LaLe;#SbYtshadh[;VeR?fthlen~on3[ Ford tim~-~esday ~ight it [sa~;a::i~ o~e~hweo J:hn::lr V::t ~eari!i3ifv{asm~i:mnngdthPl~:Y3dedst~w~ ~erSsta~tl: of ear- - ,~,i -- m I game with the Packers, had an and C. Basch each had field goals l anneared as though the third ling in the first game at 6:45. The Y ~ very good cam- =-vvvmm wme~,VV ~m~,m [ting for a total of 42 of the 531the end of the first period and [the Shepherdstown High Card-[8is .~e. ~a:Kmg a .pertec~ a-u re s ~ !L'-i the freshmen last P P. m ate I Celtic points on 21 field goals I went ahead 6-3 in the second her. I inals as they held a slim lead over Icorn irate ~e~geswi,e. . And tnat same mght" Berkeley. likes to play the r0r first win I Craig rolled up 16 poirtts in the led. They upped the count to ~0-3 [the St Joseph's Cathal, ic Hi-h [ In another +big and important Springs wi!l be invading Shep- - - ;:~:~v*:.: " -- " Frkla ni ht battle ,the Ha ers ner~smwn zor a pair of Bi-State .not too aggress- [brat pemod+ while the Celtics!in the third peraod. [edgers for two permds before [ y~ g ~ rp . ~ ~ ~ :: r er Hi n TI era ann their lO al oll .| Ut.LIUll tI U tLIU he could very well [ were +holding the Lakers to 3ust [ In the second game Craig again [ faltermg in the home stretch and [ ry g !g- ', . . Y ~,~, tr ,~ :~, ~ !. ~ ~cuuy DtUU~, a t~ eatteu xxe~u-i ~in,~rl~ field a~l~ hv 1~ l~nurnel 1,~1 hA Palt+,~. +-, ;.+ I drnnr~in~ n 74-55 deoi~ian ~n fha I IOllowers, Will nave ,to travel 1~o W~taJLU ~ILJLa#~ r~C4~'~ ~L" U~L Y W'ttl UU tl'aV" q man, who came to Shepherd from Berkeley Springs to see their ehng to Wflhnmsport (Md,) H~gh C'-*--- 1- LARRY CARR [ and J. Pmrce. McDonald and S. the Lakers by scoring 15 of the [ wm,ting St. Joe team.[ ~0~ ~ ~ u; +.'. ~t.tbel" U~lOl'~ 11~ Anacosua ttlgn :bcnool in wasn./ And~r.~ also r, cored ~i~ld ~,nnl.~l~a naln,*~ c ^,a,~ ~ 4 + ~ I ,~ .~ I boys :in aeuon in me second ~,~,u, .u. a ~,a-~tate Lonterence ms senior year. We hear that he's a pretty ington, D. C led the Shepherd I for-the c~eiticsin-~he f]rst-ne~=m i~ [ ~3on~a]d'~a " ~ad"~r'~:in~*'e ~ [ ~2ne~ar~dna~' w"222 2r pp; I half of a +win+ill card The Jay- encounter with the .Billporters. and his size 16 shoes would assure him of a fairl- basketballers to their first victory I : " I 7C/. 7,- -,+?YTS ~-G "7,~: E+:.'.'?S 2Z ~ I .~Y ?. s ~y I vees of .the two schools will meet and that same night Clear 4~ v . ~~n ely ~timae n~+ thle eaaeart ~trh~n ] The seconu perlOa scoring oy ~ -,'~ we~,c~ ,u m. u~emt +two anu I mem on me roaa, ana one on [ in rhea fir~t cr~m~ Svrin~ w~tl be at ned~esville in ,n--ana ne ~s suJx growing ,~arry nas a toy :i: +-~'" '~+ -~ ?::Z:~= %-, "'::? / the CeLtics was all done by Craig Braithwaite 1 I their home floor, moved into a I "-.~;'Y ~".' L'S" . . ~+u; ~+ e+~-L. cJ'n~:t-o ~,;]" ill W tile JUb~'lllS over-powvreu +the . . . . lnls game promises +to De a real a ~ o+,+= ,~ ~, ~r T, e hope that he takes full advantage of every +xr~ ~ o.n +~ [ who rolled m another 10 points J Peters and L Puller had I 14-9 hrst pe aod lead on the sire- [ a ~,~v ++ . + - ntv High of Berrvville Va ,i~i x+ S all in his hands b'y*+a+l'0 l i se'ore a' 'S h ph'elx [ to give the Cel.ties 30-10 first half field goals to prodhce the only I ngt9 of th.ree Zield, go s and two [ i+ ' a+ e' o+'nferem"nce'engW+a elnent be" at . Musselman+ High+ "anal "St. ~,".-+si,~- ~,~a -igh+ / ieaa. ~. Downs hit Ior two field scoring for the Packers. [ four snots ~y ttaugnn ~tussell arm I rand wm m.le.-~ ~awa,r, 4~. ,l.~w~r rlP|Tll~l~r elPl['lt 11~&1~.1~ 9 ND AREA golfers who won Golf Digest Most The game marked the home de[,Inel+. goals +by LarryBoyd, Bm I kW~ " " ~ DV ' ]:[nhvhu me th~Rnm~ mft~r fiv~ di~ [ mm [ JenKins ann unartm winIrey. 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