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January 21,198t-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 m m r Wood0000,,,00gl.,Sh S00hoo, Oxbow .,sh s00hoo, I Sports The En neers beats .... The Wildcats by RICK McKEAN  IL KI'3.1.1E M. ('AR'I'I'3{ ver .oys bas00etba, a.d 00c,,ie 00'arter also p,00yed 24 HOUR EMERGENCY The Engineers rolled to an Starting the New Year right. eil. early 26-]l first period lead BRADFORD--Playing the MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE and led by 11 points with a 37- best game of the season, the the Varsity Wildcats had a 57- In a turbulent game against 26 halftime lead. Oxbow high school boys 51 victory over Concord, Vt., shland, lheOrfordboyswere Orae County Mel[tal Health The third period saw the basketball team surprised Monday. The Orford boys srong. Jeff ltuntington, a Engineers scoring 21 points, ttanover 65 to 7,7 last Wed- started strong and held on brilliant young player was but their defense let up giving nesday. The game pitted the throughout. The Wildcat of- high scorer, Duane Willey, a TOLI. FREE 1-800-622-4244 Woodsvilleonlya55-521ead. Christmas tourney champion lense was crisp with Jeff player who is charismatic, rflt$ did @[flt@l' Woodsville wasn't about to tlanover against Oxbow, who lluntington as high scorer, also scored highly. Other let this game slip through placed fifth out of eight teams Jeff scored 17 points. Duane players who scored were two weeks ago. It shouldn't "Rim" Willey and Richard Peler Miyares, Marcus have been much of a contest. their fingers, and by scoring Carter also scored many tlarrington, Charles Smith, 20 points in the fourth quarter points. Others who scored are and Richard Carter. Great , they won 75-66. Going into the game, Hanover Marcus itarrington, Charles players in defense were Paul " Mike Pompian netted 21 sported an ll-I recordand was Smith, Peter Miyares, Larry Miyares, Larry Osmer, Billy points; while Perry Davidson rated fourth in the State in 9   Osmer, and Stephen Sanborn. Baker, and Charles Smith. /,R E ,/ and Mike Aldrich each scored their division. Defense was strong but both The Orford boys lost, 69-60. 14 points: and Jon Mellin However, the Mauraders teams hadmanyfouls. Orford Orford had a stupendous scored 12 points; followed by didn't plan on seeing Mike had good defense, plays victory over Lin-wood. The Mike Slayton with 8 points; Munson, playing only the worked by Paul Miyares, Billy Wildcats won with a score of Robert Barry with 4 points; second game of the season due and David Patten with 2 points to a knee injury. Although Baker, Davy Sanborn, Clint 79-69. The triumph can be Schwarz, and Marcus to finish up the scoring, scoring just 12 points, Munson }larrington. All members altribuled to great teamwork and coaching Players who Then on Tuesday, Jan. 13, was a factor on the boards at. played well. both Woodsville teams played both ends of the court and an scored are Davey Sanborn, host toGorham High School in intimidating force up the The Orford boys lost to ('linton Schwarz, Jeff tlun- hack-to-back games, middle. The(ford 79-61. tington Charles Smith, J.V. Boys " The Engineer girls got an Ron Huntington started off The Orford Junior. Varsity Marcus flarrington, Peter early 14-5 first period lead and the fireworks with a patented played against the Thetford Miyares and Duane Willey. A weren't about to see this lead jumper from the top of the key MAKING THE BASKET-- Starting guard Angle Academy Junior Varsity(earn fine defense was exhibited by go down the drain, and the contest see-sawed Dobbins of Bradford sinks one for twoOxbow points. Wednesday. Orford won 48-46. Paul Miyares, Richard They proved this by scoring through out much of the first Fineplays were made by all. Carter, and Larry Osmer. 19 points in the second period eight minutes. Oxbow held a The Orford boys on the Congratulations boys! to take a 33-9 halftime lead. slim 14-12 lead with Munson, Olympian girls Junior Varsity team have Whiteomb played Orford T The third period saw the Huntington, and the Stever played consistently good Wednesday in a close and exciting game. The Orford Engineers a little lax, butstili brothers, Kevin and Mike games this year. Theirgames :o w,o RIVER BEND X COUNTRY SK maintaining a 39-21 lead. doing the damage, trounce *l o_00arwoo a00av° been filled withboyshavefaSt-despite a great team effort. P In the fourth quarter both Balanced scoring continued moving action and a great teams played equally well and until halftime with the offense. The Orford The score ended in Whit- SH0 Woodsville went on to win 54- Olympians still holding a two a well organized defense that combs' favor, 69-64. This __..__ Wants You On Skiis l 35. point lead 26-24. Hanover BRADFORD--The Oxbow poised for victory but left frustrates ailcompetition, ltis game was an improvement Karen Brooks and Maria knew they were in for a battle high school girls basketball empty handed. Oxbow now admitted, however, that the over Orfords last game Touring equipment & acces0ries Trombley led the offensive the final 16 minutes. Oxbow team improved its league- stands 9-3 overall. Orford boys play best when against the team.The (),,ford J.V, Rentals $7.00 a day Open 7 days a week punch with 12 points each; displayed a different look leading record to 3-0 with an Led by :standout junior they have good spectator '['he Orford J.V. boys team followed closely by Bernie during the game . . . only easy win over visiting Har- Karen Owyer, the Olympians support. Package Deals at 20% off are still available Frazer with 9 points; and Dina somewhat successful during wood, 59-39 last Thursday. were never headed, forging a Varsity Girls won again. This time beating Trombley with 7 points; Tris the.first eight games with the Sporting a strong6-1 record, 15-4 first quarter bulge. The Orford Girls played a Wlfitcomb. lligh scorer was Rt. 5 So. Newbuff Vt. 866-5921 Demers scored 6 points; while (please turn to page 8) Harwood came into Bradford l)wyer, the Upper Valley's strong game at Concord, Vt., Paul Miyares. The final score • of i he ame was 55-36, Orford. Monica Nihan, Sandy Boyce, second leading scorer in and won, 35-32. High scorer Andria Smith and Leslie schoolgirl basketball this was Sharyn Washburn with l0 Orford Varsity Girls ............................................................... :::-- Strickland had 2 paints each. Racquetball N/]s season, started slowly, but points. Others who scored The Orford girls lost to Stop --00hv our place The Engineer boys then took " had plenty of help from her were Lora Schwarz, Shelly Ashland Friday. The girls the floor and took command teammates. Smith, Wanda Coutermarsh, played a good game and the right fromthestartwitha22,8 MENSLADDERtRed) Jodie Pratt tied the scoreat Kathleen Miller, Naiomi final scorewas33-49, Ashland. ad moot [llo two on a short jumper and Smith, Wendee Messer, and In a decisive victory against first period lead. They then Larry Lavoie over Jim Barton 11-21, 21-15, 11-4; Bruce MarshaCarbeehitafieldgoal Dawn Woodward. Good l,inwood, the Orford girls rolled on to a 44-17 halftime Bauvais over Richie Saffo 11-21, 21-10, 11-9. lead. LADIES LADDER(Green) at 5:49 Of the first stanza defense was demonstrated by were tops. Lord Schwarz was "em.]lamass OLIOS" The Woodsville crew came Ruth Kennedy over Sylvia Wheeler 21-5, 21-18; Debbie Buell making the score 4-2. Oxbow Donna Chapin and Wendy the ultimate scorer leading out in the third period and over Louise Harrison 21o18, 18-21, 11-7; Mary Ford 'over never looked back. Holding Coutermarsh. the Wildcats into a 44-25 continued their rapid pace in Jeanette Enderson 21-15, 21-20; Dianne Rappa over Doris  Harwood to only one more In a game against Thetford victory! taking a 63-29 lead. Savage 21-18, 21-4; Susanne Smith over Michele Demurs 21- field goal the entire first Academy Sharyn Washburn Orford Wildcats played a Pearlcorder $802 Mlcrocassette Recorders The fourth period saw the 11, 21-15; Jeanette Enderson over Susanne Smith 21-19,13-21, quarter, the Olympians added and Dawn Woodward tied for lough game against Whit- Engineers giving up little 11-6. two pointers from Pare Cook, top scorer but Orford lost. comb. Wanda Coutermarsb ground, but still winning 74-47. ADVANCED ROUND ROBIN Pratt, Kathy Peterson and Sharyn and Dawn both played and LOrd Schwarz were high We stock the fabulous Mike Slayton lead the attack On Friday night the Racquet Shack held an Advanced Dwyer to put the gameaway, with great skill. Orford's fast- scorers. All other girls played pocket size recorders with 13 points, followed by Round Robin with 10 entries. The winner was Sandy Berna The second quarter saw fooled guards, Lord Schwarz well also. The final score, 37- by Pearleorder...the Mike Pompian and Perry with a total of58 points. Debbie Buell was second with a score ttarwood go without a field and Shelly Smith, caused :3. Whiicomb. people who originated I)aidson with 12 points each; of 56. goal for more than five many turnovers in the game. - .......... the mierocassettes. followedby David Patten with Points minutes, as Oxbow's lead iligh-umping Wanda The $802 is a marvel of to points; Robert Barry with8 I. Sandy Berna 5 lengthened to 2) points, 30-1, Coutermarsh couldn't be SLEI(I! R/kLL SET engineering and preci- points; Jon Mellin with' 6 2. DebbieBuell 55 with less than half the period stopped and she won many ENFIELD--The 'oodland sion manufacture. And, points; Ron Magoon with 5 3. MaryFord (Tied) 5 gone. Mainstay in the drive jump balls. Kathleen Miller Riding and Driving Horse it's built to last, so you points; Mike Aldrich with 4 3. Jeanette Enderson (Tied) 52 was Karen Dwyer, hitting on played well as a forward. The Club will hold its annualSleigh can depend on hours of points; and Shawn McKean 4. Shatma Kimball (Tied) 47 all seven field goal attempts final score was 45-25, Thet- Rally Feb. I to benefit the trouble-free operation. and Paul Woods with 2 points 4. Louise Harrison (Tied) 47 and pulling down six rebounds ford. Upper Valley Humane on the defensive boards. Cook J.V. Girls Society. The rally will be held each. 5. KarenWestover (Tied) 46 and Pratt also scored field The Orford J.V. Girls went at the Woodland Riding and The Woodsville boys now 5. PatWolfe (Tied) 46 goals in the period and Pam to Thetford Academy and Driving Club at Lasalette have a 6-2 season record, 6. LynneDuchesne 31 while the girls hold a 5-3 7. Doris Savage 30 Humphrey added a free played a fantastic game, Seminary, Rt. 4A, Enfield, season record, throw. After 16 minutes of winning 37-22. Naiomi Smith beginning at I I a.m. • Truly pocket size • Capstan drive Men's Novice R-R play, Oxbow held acom- and Dawn Woodward were Admission will be $1 for ° 2 speed recording ° One hand operation fortable35-171ead, tied for high scorer. Donna adults, 50 cents for children ° Up to 3 hours rec- controls A field of 14 men competed in the Friday night matches The margin opened up to 16 Chapin, Wendy Coutermarsh and sleigh rides will be 50 ording with an with Jim Price and Kurt Davis ending up in a tie. Sudden though coach Mona and Wendee Messer showed cents. For further in- BOOSTERS CLUB MEŁr8 death match went to Jim Price from Littleton. even Garone rested her starters good defensive positioning, formation, call 632-4836 in MC-90-ARmicrocassette holdAthleticBRADFORD--Thea reorganizationB°°sters ClUbmeetingOXb°Wwill 3.2:1' BillKUrt Jim Bishopiee (winner)Da (Tied)(Tied) 60Points60 KathymidwaYl0 scorersPeters°n'thr°ughin the Upper onetheof Valley,peri°d'the top ,,Lisa Waterbury, Sallie Carter, Enfield. peal.lcordei Oxbow.tonight' Jan. 21, at7:30 p.m. atThe meeting will be 5.4" Rich SaffoJr. Gary Seruton 5759 dropped in three quick outside SPORTS WRAP-UP (,,o**" held in the Faculty Room. jumpers to turn the game into sm me  mat'rouc Parents are urged to attend. 6. Francis Stoddard 52 " , Refreshments will be served. 6. GaryConrad (Tied)50 a rout. Dwyer added four 7. Tom Driseoll (Tied)50 more points before the quarter Bucks add victory strong behind Ashley Ober ended and Carbee and Brenda and Andy Taylor to pile on 46 CAMERA SHOP 7. JimDockham (Tied)49 Cook chipped in with two WILLIAMSTOWN--BIue more pointsin the second half. ,r0 (. _ 8. JohnSaffo t Tied) 49 apiece. Score at the end of Mountain Union's Bucks Ober finished the game with l7 9. DonKimball 48 three, 51to27. boosted their season points and Taylor netted l6. HANOVER, ,H, (gld 10. Bob Jones 47 The final eight minutes was basketball record to 8-2 with a 39 • c anu tlme ............. - s " 11. Bill Hall ) le n " I4arwac ..t 44-35 victory over William - --" ˘--a,,lv'  12. BilI T ylor ed Oxbow 12-8 but it ' " • i scor town last Friday night wasn't because the locals Ashley Ober and Andy didn t have many chances Taylor led the Bucks' scoring A & W The Olympians put the bali with 16 and 10, respectively. towards the hoop a total of 17 enough to make the dif- ference  J ARTESIAN WELL CO. !im es with only four dropping • ' erts. Dobb,ns and Heidi BMU beats Chelsea g scerea two eaen. CHE .... ' .... 175, Is00Isl00, NJl. 14100-200i.51111 - i't Dw r .... ,ata we were ver For the n gn, ye tOtaled ag- essive ' "-- Y  25 points, hitting a career high L_ ,, . m me second ,a,, stud Blue M of 12 of 15 field goal attempts Uni _ ' .... dUn(din At on added 8 each Pam - 9. (please turn to na-e 8 The score was knotted 18-all . Wells River, Vermont JUNIOR RACQUETBALL TOURNAMENT  ' " at the half, but BMU came on Susanne Smith, Jeff Brooks and Preston Hatch on CLASS "A" their way to the Racquets Edge ill Burlington, Vt. Listen to ,,,.J,.,. 23, 1981 Juniors from several lub in Vermont and New ETBALL -'00 .M. Oxw VS. Haverhill GIr Hampshire are competing in the Junior Racquetball :oo p.M. Oxbow vs. Haverhill Boya Tournament. 7:0o p.M. Blue Mountain vs. Lisbon Girls AUCTION on .,oo , ""  SATURDAY, JANUARy 24, 1981 ,,f At the Norman Whxtenili Farm, South Ryegate, Vt. I I  5:00 P.M. Consolation Boys Watch or Auction signs between Groton and South / JP 6:00 P.M. Consolation Girls ,,_. ,.. o,,,,. ,0,. W/# 9  R 7:00 P.M. Charnpionshlp Girls Thursda - January 29, 1981 8:00 P.M. Championship Boys 7Z HEAD HOLSTEINS / Consxstxng of: 9 springers, IU fresh, 8 fresh thls CLA "B" fall and 3us( bred back.  Balance ot cows in all THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1981 stages of lactation. 10 open heifers, 20 started Jan. 21 Lisbon atBMU 5:00 P.M. Barnet vs. Waterford Girls calves; heifers and calves vaccinated; cattle all -- Mrou'| Ul-* m uIIU ulUer-lU'nJ"|e pingTB andfeverblOOdshotsteSted;DeforeCheckedtime off°r sale.pregnancY8 of andteseSt%ip- Girls 6:00 P,M. Barnet vs. cows are registered. 7:00 P.M. Fairlee vs. WaterfordMonroe BOySBoys Jan. 22 Oxbow at U32 8:00 p.M. Fairlee vs. Monroe |. MILKZNG EQUIPMENT Girls Girls I . ,,, =very uepunmen, 4 DeLaval Magnetic Mil*ers. DeLavalMagnetlc System. FRIDAY. J A/%TUA/Y 30. 1981 Electrc dumpxng station, (z) bales baler twine, Jan. 23 Oxbow at U32 Universal 37 C FM Vacuum pump. USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT OWNER: NORMAN WHITEHILL Boys 5:00 P.M. Consolation Boys 6:00 P.M. Consolation Girls AUCTIONEERS: Jan. 24 Oxbow at Northfield 7:00 P.M. Championship Girls C.W. GRAY & SONS, Inc. Starting at 1:00 P.M. Girls 8:00 p.M. Championship Boys East Thetford. Vt. [[Jan. 26 Littleton at Lisbon • 785-4348or 785-2161 1 Starting at 4:00 P.M. Girls 1 PRESENTATION OF TROPHYS AND AWARDS . Woodvllle, N.H. St. Johnsbttry. Vt. R. & D. LUSSIER, Lyndonviile, Vt., • Jan. 27 Woodsville at Littleton • REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE ALL FOUR NIGHTS 626-5448 Boys Courtesy Of Wells River Savings Bank, by RANDY McKEAN --On Tuesday, m. 6, both the girls and the ys ' basketball teams veled to White Mt. to take . the Spartans, only to come girls game White Mt. Woodsville's score in . first and second quarter to 22-1l halftime lead. came out in the quarter, and could not a point on the board falling n the fourth quarter outscored White t., but it was too little too ! and they lost 37-20. Brooks lead the for the Engineers with followed by Bernie with 6 points; Maria abley with 3 points; and with 2 points. Engineer boys then town opening a 26-11 period lead. Lhough the defense little in the second the Engineers still a 37-26 half time The third period saw the lead dwindle to 41- [n the fourth period the crew was holding to their narrow lead. with less than 10 Woodsville ahead by point, Perry Davidson had when three men from Mt. came out hacking at it looked ,[or all the like-a foul would be but the official let the go and White Mt. stripped ball loose and went in for to win 55-54. Aldrich and Mike lead the scoring at- for Woodsville with 14 each; followed by Mike with 10 points; Jon with 9 points; Perry with 5 points; and. € with 2 points. y, Jan. 9th the teams were on the th the girls traveling to and the boys game showed both evenly matched. veton getting a one !0int first period lead and it back to a Liftirne. out in again hard. This ant with period saw the back and forth the period, but leading by ess than 6 seconds took a long which went for 2 score 43-42. Frazer lead the With 14 points; then Brooks with 12; by Monica Nihan and with 6 points and Maria Trombley 4 points. Bradford, however, the boys put out the of the Oxbow Olym- January 21,198t-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 m m r Wood0000,,,00gl.,Sh S00hoo, Oxbow .,sh s00hoo, I Sports The En neers beats .... The Wildcats by RICK McKEAN  IL KI'3.1.1E M. ('AR'I'I'3{ ver .oys bas00etba, a.d 00c,,ie 00'arter also p,00yed 24 HOUR EMERGENCY The Engineers rolled to an Starting the New Year right. eil. early 26-]l first period lead BRADFORD--Playing the MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE and led by 11 points with a 37- best game of the season, the the Varsity Wildcats had a 57- In a turbulent game against 26 halftime lead. Oxbow high school boys 51 victory over Concord, Vt., shland, lheOrfordboyswere Orae County Mel[tal Health The third period saw the basketball team surprised Monday. The Orford boys srong. Jeff ltuntington, a Engineers scoring 21 points, ttanover 65 to 7,7 last Wed- started strong and held on brilliant young player was but their defense let up giving nesday. The game pitted the throughout. The Wildcat of- high scorer, Duane Willey, a TOLI. FREE 1-800-622-4244 Woodsvilleonlya55-521ead. Christmas tourney champion lense was crisp with Jeff player who is charismatic, rflt$ did @[flt@l' Woodsville wasn't about to tlanover against Oxbow, who lluntington as high scorer, also scored highly. Other let this game slip through placed fifth out of eight teams Jeff scored 17 points. Duane players who scored were two weeks ago. It shouldn't "Rim" Willey and Richard Peler Miyares, Marcus have been much of a contest. their fingers, and by scoring Carter also scored many tlarrington, Charles Smith, 20 points in the fourth quarter points. Others who scored are and Richard Carter. Great , they won 75-66. Going into the game, Hanover Marcus itarrington, Charles players in defense were Paul " Mike Pompian netted 21 sported an ll-I recordand was Smith, Peter Miyares, Larry Miyares, Larry Osmer, Billy points; while Perry Davidson rated fourth in the State in 9   Osmer, and Stephen Sanborn. Baker, and Charles Smith. /,R E ,/ and Mike Aldrich each scored their division. Defense was strong but both The Orford boys lost, 69-60. 14 points: and Jon Mellin However, the Mauraders teams hadmanyfouls. Orford Orford had a stupendous scored 12 points; followed by didn't plan on seeing Mike had good defense, plays victory over Lin-wood. The Mike Slayton with 8 points; Munson, playing only the worked by Paul Miyares, Billy Wildcats won with a score of Robert Barry with 4 points; second game of the season due and David Patten with 2 points to a knee injury. Although Baker, Davy Sanborn, Clint 79-69. The triumph can be Schwarz, and Marcus to finish up the scoring, scoring just 12 points, Munson }larrington. All members altribuled to great teamwork and coaching Players who Then on Tuesday, Jan. 13, was a factor on the boards at. played well. both Woodsville teams played both ends of the court and an scored are Davey Sanborn, host toGorham High School in intimidating force up the The Orford boys lost to ('linton Schwarz, Jeff tlun- hack-to-back games, middle. The(ford 79-61. tington Charles Smith, J.V. Boys " The Engineer girls got an Ron Huntington started off The Orford Junior. Varsity Marcus flarrington, Peter early 14-5 first period lead and the fireworks with a patented played against the Thetford Miyares and Duane Willey. A weren't about to see this lead jumper from the top of the key MAKING THE BASKET-- Starting guard Angle Academy Junior Varsity(earn fine defense was exhibited by go down the drain, and the contest see-sawed Dobbins of Bradford sinks one for twoOxbow points. Wednesday. Orford won 48-46. Paul Miyares, Richard They proved this by scoring through out much of the first Fineplays were made by all. Carter, and Larry Osmer. 19 points in the second period eight minutes. Oxbow held a The Orford boys on the Congratulations boys! to take a 33-9 halftime lead. slim 14-12 lead with Munson, Olympian girls Junior Varsity team have Whiteomb played Orford T The third period saw the Huntington, and the Stever played consistently good Wednesday in a close and exciting game. The Orford Engineers a little lax, butstili brothers, Kevin and Mike games this year. Theirgames :o w,o RIVER BEND X COUNTRY SK maintaining a 39-21 lead. doing the damage, trounce *l o_00arwoo a00av° been filled withboyshavefaSt-despite a great team effort. P In the fourth quarter both Balanced scoring continued moving action and a great teams played equally well and until halftime with the offense. The Orford The score ended in Whit- SH0 Woodsville went on to win 54- Olympians still holding a two a well organized defense that combs' favor, 69-64. This __..__ Wants You On Skiis l 35. point lead 26-24. Hanover BRADFORD--The Oxbow poised for victory but left frustrates ailcompetition, ltis game was an improvement Karen Brooks and Maria knew they were in for a battle high school girls basketball empty handed. Oxbow now admitted, however, that the over Orfords last game Touring equipment & acces0ries Trombley led the offensive the final 16 minutes. Oxbow team improved its league- stands 9-3 overall. Orford boys play best when against the team.The (),,ford J.V, Rentals $7.00 a day Open 7 days a week punch with 12 points each; displayed a different look leading record to 3-0 with an Led by :standout junior they have good spectator '['he Orford J.V. boys team followed closely by Bernie during the game . . . only easy win over visiting Har- Karen Owyer, the Olympians support. Package Deals at 20% off are still available Frazer with 9 points; and Dina somewhat successful during wood, 59-39 last Thursday. were never headed, forging a Varsity Girls won again. This time beating Trombley with 7 points; Tris the.first eight games with the Sporting a strong6-1 record, 15-4 first quarter bulge. The Orford Girls played a Wlfitcomb. lligh scorer was Rt. 5 So. Newbuff Vt. 866-5921 Demers scored 6 points; while (please turn to page 8) Harwood came into Bradford l)wyer, the Upper Valley's strong game at Concord, Vt., Paul Miyares. The final score • of i he ame was 55-36, Orford. Monica Nihan, Sandy Boyce, second leading scorer in and won, 35-32. High scorer Andria Smith and Leslie schoolgirl basketball this was Sharyn Washburn with l0 Orford Varsity Girls ............................................................... :::-- Strickland had 2 paints each. Racquetball N/]s season, started slowly, but points. Others who scored The Orford girls lost to Stop --00hv our place The Engineer boys then took " had plenty of help from her were Lora Schwarz, Shelly Ashland Friday. The girls the floor and took command teammates. Smith, Wanda Coutermarsh, played a good game and the right fromthestartwitha22,8 MENSLADDERtRed) Jodie Pratt tied the scoreat Kathleen Miller, Naiomi final scorewas33-49, Ashland. ad moot [llo two on a short jumper and Smith, Wendee Messer, and In a decisive victory against first period lead. They then Larry Lavoie over Jim Barton 11-21, 21-15, 11-4; Bruce MarshaCarbeehitafieldgoal Dawn Woodward. Good l,inwood, the Orford girls rolled on to a 44-17 halftime Bauvais over Richie Saffo 11-21, 21-10, 11-9. lead. LADIES LADDER(Green) at 5:49 Of the first stanza defense was demonstrated by were tops. Lord Schwarz was "em.]lamass OLIOS" The Woodsville crew came Ruth Kennedy over Sylvia Wheeler 21-5, 21-18; Debbie Buell making the score 4-2. Oxbow Donna Chapin and Wendy the ultimate scorer leading out in the third period and over Louise Harrison 21o18, 18-21, 11-7; Mary Ford 'over never looked back. Holding Coutermarsh. the Wildcats into a 44-25 continued their rapid pace in Jeanette Enderson 21-15, 21-20; Dianne Rappa over Doris  Harwood to only one more In a game against Thetford victory! taking a 63-29 lead. Savage 21-18, 21-4; Susanne Smith over Michele Demurs 21- field goal the entire first Academy Sharyn Washburn Orford Wildcats played a Pearlcorder $802 Mlcrocassette Recorders The fourth period saw the 11, 21-15; Jeanette Enderson over Susanne Smith 21-19,13-21, quarter, the Olympians added and Dawn Woodward tied for lough game against Whit- Engineers giving up little 11-6. two pointers from Pare Cook, top scorer but Orford lost. comb. Wanda Coutermarsb ground, but still winning 74-47. ADVANCED ROUND ROBIN Pratt, Kathy Peterson and Sharyn and Dawn both played and LOrd Schwarz were high We stock the fabulous Mike Slayton lead the attack On Friday night the Racquet Shack held an Advanced Dwyer to put the gameaway, with great skill. Orford's fast- scorers. All other girls played pocket size recorders with 13 points, followed by Round Robin with 10 entries. The winner was Sandy Berna The second quarter saw fooled guards, Lord Schwarz well also. The final score, 37- by Pearleorder...the Mike Pompian and Perry with a total of58 points. Debbie Buell was second with a score ttarwood go without a field and Shelly Smith, caused :3. Whiicomb. people who originated I)aidson with 12 points each; of 56. goal for more than five many turnovers in the game. - .......... the mierocassettes. followedby David Patten with Points minutes, as Oxbow's lead iligh-umping Wanda The $802 is a marvel of to points; Robert Barry with8 I. Sandy Berna 5 lengthened to 2) points, 30-1, Coutermarsh couldn't be SLEI(I! R/kLL SET engineering and preci- points; Jon Mellin with' 6 2. DebbieBuell 55 with less than half the period stopped and she won many ENFIELD--The 'oodland sion manufacture. And, points; Ron Magoon with 5 3. MaryFord (Tied) 5 gone. Mainstay in the drive jump balls. Kathleen Miller Riding and Driving Horse it's built to last, so you points; Mike Aldrich with 4 3. Jeanette Enderson (Tied) 52 was Karen Dwyer, hitting on played well as a forward. The Club will hold its annualSleigh can depend on hours of points; and Shawn McKean 4. Shatma Kimball (Tied) 47 all seven field goal attempts final score was 45-25, Thet- Rally Feb. I to benefit the trouble-free operation. and Paul Woods with 2 points 4. Louise Harrison (Tied) 47 and pulling down six rebounds ford. Upper Valley Humane on the defensive boards. Cook J.V. Girls Society. The rally will be held each. 5. KarenWestover (Tied) 46 and Pratt also scored field The Orford J.V. Girls went at the Woodland Riding and The Woodsville boys now 5. PatWolfe (Tied) 46 goals in the period and Pam to Thetford Academy and Driving Club at Lasalette have a 6-2 season record, 6. LynneDuchesne 31 while the girls hold a 5-3 7. Doris Savage 30 Humphrey added a free played a fantastic game, Seminary, Rt. 4A, Enfield, season record, throw. After 16 minutes of winning 37-22. Naiomi Smith beginning at I I a.m. • Truly pocket size • Capstan drive Men's Novice R-R play, Oxbow held a com- and Dawn Woodward were Admission will be $1 for ° 2 speed recording ° One hand operation fortable35-171ead, tied for high scorer. Donna adults, 50 cents for children ° Up to 3 hours rec- controls A field of 14 men competed in the Friday night matches The margin opened up to 16 Chapin, Wendy Coutermarsh and sleigh rides will be 50 ording with an with Jim Price and Kurt Davis ending up in a tie. Sudden though coach Mona and Wendee Messer showed cents. For further in- BOOSTERS CLUB MEŁr8 death match went to Jim Price from Littleton. even Garone rested her starters good defensive positioning, formation, call 632-4836 in MC-90-ARmicrocassette holdAthleticBRADFORD--Thea reorganizationB°°sters ClUbmeetingOXb°Wwill 3.2:1' BillKUrt Jim Bishopiee (winner)Da (Tied)(Tied) 60Points60 KathymidwaYl0 scorersPeters°n'thr°ughin the Upper onetheof Valley,peri°d'the top ,,Lisa Waterbury, Sallie Carter, Enfield. peal.lcordei Oxbow.tonight' Jan. 21, at7:30 p.m. atThe meeting will be 5.4" Rich SaffoJr. Gary Seruton 5759 dropped in three quick outside SPORTS WRAP-UP (,,o**" held in the Faculty Room. jumpers to turn the game into sm me  mat'rouc Parents are urged to attend. 6. Francis Stoddard 52 " , Refreshments will be served. 6. GaryConrad (Tied)50 a rout. Dwyer added four 7. Tom Driseoll (Tied)50 more points before the quarter Bucks add victory strong behind Ashley Ober ended and Carbee and Brenda and Andy Taylor to pile on 46 CAMERA SHOP 7. JimDockham (Tied)49 Cook chipped in with two WILLIAMSTOWN--BIue more pointsin the second half. ,r0 (. _ 8. JohnSaffo t Tied) 49 apiece. Score at the end of Mountain Union's Bucks Ober finished the game with l7 9. DonKimball 48 three, 51to27. boosted their season points and Taylor netted l6. HANOVER, ,H, (gld 10. Bob Jones 47 The final eight minutes was basketball record to 8-2 with a 39 • c anu tlme ............. - s " 11. Bill Hall ) le n " I4arwac ..t 44-35 victory over William - --" ˘--a,,lv'  12. BilI T ylor ed Oxbow 12-8 but it ' " • i scor town last Friday night wasn't because the locals Ashley Ober and Andy didn t have many chances Taylor led the Bucks' scoring A & W The Olympians put the bali with 16 and 10, respectively. towards the hoop a total of 17 enough to make the dif- ference  J ARTESIAN WELL CO. !im es with only four dropping • ' erts. Dobb,ns and Heidi BMU beats Chelsea g scerea two eaen. CHE .... ' .... 175, Is00Isl00, NJl. 14100-200i.51111 - i't Dw r .... ,ata we were ver For the n gn, ye tOtaled ag- essive ' "-- Y  25 points, hitting a career high L_ ,, . m me second ,a,, stud Blue M of 12 of 15 field goal attempts Uni _ ' .... dUn(din At on added 8 each Pam - 9. (please turn to na-e 8 The score was knotted 18-all . Wells River, Vermont JUNIOR RACQUETBALL TOURNAMENT  ' " at the half, but BMU came on Susanne Smith, Jeff Brooks and Preston Hatch on CLASS "A" their way to the Racquets Edge ill Burlington, Vt. Listen to ,,,.J,.,. 23, 1981 Juniors from several lub in Vermont and New ETBALL -'00 .M. Oxw VS. Haverhill GIr Hampshire are competing in the Junior Racquetball :oo p.M. Oxbow vs. Haverhill Boya Tournament. 7:0o p.M. Blue Mountain vs. Lisbon Girls AUCTION on .,oo , ""  SATURDAY, JANUARy 24, 1981 ,,f At the Norman Whxtenili Farm, South Ryegate, Vt. I I  5:00 P.M. Consolation Boys Watch or Auction signs between Groton and South / JP 6:00 P.M. Consolation Girls ,,_. ,.. o,,,,. ,0,. W/# 9  R 7:00 P.M. Charnpionshlp Girls Thursda - January 29, 1981 8:00 P.M. Championship Boys 7Z HEAD HOLSTEINS / Consxstxng of: 9 springers, IU fresh, 8 fresh thls CLA "B" fall and 3us( bred back.  Balance ot cows in all THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1981 stages of lactation. 10 open heifers, 20 started Jan. 21 Lisbon atBMU 5:00 P.M. Barnet vs. Waterford Girls calves; heifers and calves vaccinated; cattle all -- Mrou'| Ul-* m uIIU ulUer-lU'nJ"|e pingTB andfeverblOOdshotsteSted;DeforeCheckedtime off°r sale.pregnancY8 of andteseSt%ip- Girls 6:00 P,M. Barnet vs. cows are registered. 7:00 P.M. Fairlee vs. WaterfordMonroe BOySBoys Jan. 22 Oxbow at U32 8:00 p.M. Fairlee vs. Monroe |. MILKZNG EQUIPMENT Girls Girls I . ,,, =very uepunmen, 4 DeLaval Magnetic Mil*ers. DeLavalMagnetlc System. FRIDAY. J A/%TUA/Y 30. 1981 Electrc dumpxng station, (z) bales baler twine, Jan. 23 Oxbow at U32 Universal 37 C FM Vacuum pump. USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT OWNER: NORMAN WHITEHILL Boys 5:00 P.M. Consolation Boys 6:00 P.M. Consolation Girls AUCTIONEERS: Jan. 24 Oxbow at Northfield 7:00 P.M. Championship Girls C.W. GRAY & SONS, Inc. Starting at 1:00 P.M. Girls 8:00 p.M. Championship Boys East Thetford. Vt. [[Jan. 26 Littleton at Lisbon • 785-4348or 785-2161 1 Starting at 4:00 P.M. Girls 1 PRESENTATION OF TROPHYS AND AWARDS . Woodvllle, N.H. St. Johnsbttry. Vt. R. & D. LUSSIER, Lyndonviile, Vt., • Jan. 27 Woodsville at Littleton • REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE ALL FOUR NIGHTS 626-5448 Boys Courtesy Of Wells River Savings Bank, by RANDY McKEAN --On Tuesday, m. 6, both the girls and the ys ' basketball teams veled to White Mt. to take . the Spartans, only to come girls game White Mt. Woodsville's score in . first and second quarter to 22-1l halftime lead. came out in the quarter, and could not a point on the board falling n the fourth quarter outscored White t., but it was too little too ! and they lost 37-20. Brooks lead the for the Engineers with followed by Bernie with 6 points; Maria abley with 3 points; and with 2 points. Engineer boys then town opening a 26-11 period lead. Lhough the defense little in the second the Engineers still a 37-26 half time The third period saw the lead dwindle to 41- [n the fourth period the crew was holding to their narrow lead. with less than 10 Woodsville ahead by point, Perry Davidson had when three men from Mt. came out hacking at it looked ,[or all the like-a foul would be but the official let the go and White Mt. stripped ball loose and went in for to win 55-54. Aldrich and Mike lead the scoring at- for Woodsville with 14 each; followed by Mike with 10 points; Jon with 9 points; Perry with 5 points; and. € with 2 points. y, Jan. 9th the teams were on the th the girls traveling to and the boys game showed both evenly matched. veton getting a one !0int first period lead and it back to a Liftirne. out in again hard. This ant with period saw the back and forth the period, but leading by ess than 6 seconds took a long which went for 2 score 43-42. Frazer lead the With 14 points; then Brooks with 12; by Monica Nihan and with 6 points and Maria Trombley 4 points. Bradford, however, the boys put out the of the Oxbow Olym-