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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 Mainly Cross North Danville Village Exit 2 :--Turn Left ALPINE PACKAGE ggested Why Wait for Spring Sales! SKI NOW! X-COUNTRY PACKAGE Suggested Retail $ Retail 00noo 175 s80 Price $325 $35 Odd Lot X-C Outfits at prices below wholesale Hours: S 10-5, T 7-9, W 7-9, F 7-9, S 10-5 Phone: 802-748-477g &apos;80 PANTHER 1 I '80 EL TIGRE 6000 This is iLThe Cat Ore-Time-Only sale. If you were waiting fir prices, but the supply is that one perfect time to buy an limited. If you wait, you won't Arctic CaL this ia it. have a snowball's chance of . We have [he modei ever getting a deal like m strck, at these  this again+ ..00poet00a.d q11ati#e Flk411, It 3,t1494S II I I [11 IIIII I Listen to BASKETBALL on Jan. 29 OxLbOW a t Harwood Girls B. Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Lyndon at Woodsville Girls B. Oxbow at Hanover Boys Linwood at BMU Boys s:00oo, Oxbow wms fifth The Engineers ' " this can build character and by RICK McKEAN help the team believe in .-:,.:,g.--..:,;.<.;,4,;,r.,;.,;l;-: themselves. Last Saturday the The Woodsville girls had a it into the fourth quarter f()r a Oxbow girls dropped tough week while the boys had l;5-50 victory, previously unbeaten (in aextremely good week. Karen Brooks had an ex- league play) Northfield 51-41 On .Jail. 16, the Engineer cellent game in getting 22 on theh)serscourt. ! girls went to Plymouth. The points,, folh)wed by Maria Karen Dwyer, standout first quarter saw Woodsville Tromblev, 14 pojnts; Bernie junior center, again paced the having trouble getting their FraseraidTrishDemerswith Oxbow attack. Dwyer, along " o offense going and went down 9 points each, Lisa Strickland, with sophomore forward Jodie " J bya 1ll-4score. 5 points: Sandy Boyce 4 Pratt, combined for 34 points in leading the Olympians to .... In the second quarter they points and Monica Nihan their fifth consecutive league \\;+ got fired up and gained 3 with 2 points. * points to go in at halftime Also on Tuesday the victory without a loss. Overall behind hy 18-15. Engineer boys hosted ()xbow is 10-4. In the third quarter both Newfound and behind an Northfield came into the teams got fired up on offense awesonw offensive attack game with a strong 9-2record, and the Engineers gained one mounted their second over 100 although most of the tom- more point, hut still found point game. petition has been against themselves down33-:+l. It was a game in which ('hiss M schools. At the end of W(xxtsvillesaw their come-Woodsville had complete the first [x+riod, Northfield back attempt fail asPlymouth control from the begirming, held the lead 11-10. Oxbow hit a lot of outside shots in the Allowing only one point in the knew they had their hands fourth quarter to win the game first period and taking a 46-16 full. 52-39. half time lead. At half time the Olympians Scorers for Woodsville were The second half saw the were able to carve a two point Karen Brooks, 12 points; Engineers go over the 100 lead, 22-20, but were having Maria Trombley, 7 points; point mark in which every their problems. Kathy Bernie Frazer and Dina member of the team con- l'eterson, Oxbow'splaymaker Tronbley with 6 points each; lril)uh, d at leasl one hoop in and fine shooting guard was Moniea Nihan, 4 points; the 101-47 victory, having an off day. Northfield finished off by Trish Demers Mike Pompian had an ex- as able to eollapse on Dwyer and Sandy Boyce with 2 points retlent game in leading the for most of the first 16 minutes each. scoring xvith23pointsfollowed of play to help stymie the Meanwhile back in Wood- hy Perry l)avidson with 16, ()xbowoffense. sville the Engineer boys were Shawn McKean with II, Jon The story was much the playing host to Plymouth. Mellin 10, Robert Barry 8, lion same during the third period. "he Engineers built up a Magoon 7, Dave Patten 6, Jim Trading baskets and keeping huge htad of offensive steam Kinder 5. Mike Slayton and ()xbow off balance with left in the first and second quax'ter t'aul Woods 4 each, Troy outside shooting by Daley and and also played equally well l)odge and lwrence Shute Williams, Northfield actually on defense It) lake a 45-24 half- with : each and Mike Aldrich led 34-:12 starting the final time lead. with 2. (luarter. But then with the help The second quartet" was The following night they of foul trouble and some good very sin|ilar lo the first in that traveled to Gorham where overall basketball the Woodsville continued to play lhey had another relatively ()lympians took command. good ball on both ends of the easy lime. A strong final eight minutes court totake a 81-55 win. The defense again proved of play with Oxbow outscoring Mike Pompian led the strong, alh)wing only 2 points their opponents to the tune of scoring for Woodsville with 23 m the first period and 9 in the 19-7 told the story. Karen points followed by Jon Mellin second to take a 38-11 halftime Dwyer was able to spring with 21, Mike Aldrich had 12 lead. loose for seven of her game points: Perry Davidson, 10 The last half saw the high 24 points to lead the way. t points; David Patten and Fngineers increase their lead But it wasn't only a Dwyer Mike Slayton, 4 points each; and take a 77-46 victory, show. Jodie Pratt helped the Sha'n McKean, 3 points; and t'errv I)avidson led the Oxbow cause with six final finished off by Robert Barry offcnsi'e scoring attack with period markers arm Marsha and Ron Magoon with 2 points 23 points folh)wed by Mike ('arbee and Angle Dobbins each. Aldrich, 16 points; Jon Mellin, both sunk important free On Jan. 19 the girls went on 12 points; ,lira Kinder and throw attempts down the the road again to take on a Mike Slayton, 7 points each; stretchtosealthevictory. tough Littleton team. Mike l'ompian, 6 points: Northfield, playing a con- The first half saw Wood- Shawn McKean, 4 and Robert sistent game for three sville fall behind by a 28+16 Barry with 2 points, quarters, completely lost it nmrgin. This week's games gave the going down to the wire. Foulg In the second half the Engineer girls a 6-5 season claimed two of their starters IN THE HOOP--Karen Dwyer, Oxbow center!ays i Engineers played evenly with record and the Engineer boys and team totals show them two of her points against U-32. Karen Peterson (10! Liltleton, both teams scoring a 9+2 record. (please turn to page 9)  looks on. 22 points. But the 12 point [nrst hall" deficit proved to be the Oxb gi Is' ict despite listle g i factor in Littleton 50-38 win. OW r team v orious ss ame Karen Brooks again led the a 23 point lead, 42 to 19, with scoring for the Engineers with BRADFORD--Winning isn't field goals by the Raiders hard to win a game by playing The Olympians hit on 24 of" six two-pointers and four 10 points, followed by Maria always easy. Thursday were answered by a fieldgoal well for less than half of it. field goals but held t Trombley 7 points Bernie single counters. Munson, Mike , ., + " + ; ', evening was a good example and free throw by Dwyer and Peterson and Dwyer led the , ........ ,4 ot.,. ,^_ . Frazer and Lisa StricKlano as Oxbow travelled to U-32r0t ft'L'q iTormns poppeu m a pt)lHt .',t-t,tr,, ..... , ,o ........... Raiders to a poor 18 of 55, t. . with 6 points each' Leslie a girls" varsity basketball foul shot at 3:34 to knot the I the night. Peterson had the free throw line, Oxl whdtle the deficit back to 17 at . halftnme," 47 to 30. StrtcklandN , 4 .points', Monica game. Although winning 56-4,5, more at :m-a4. It was time for another fine floor game and h]lting on 8 of 25, [_1-32 only t ihan,  poitts aid Sandy Oxbow played Istle ball for one leant to take charge, hit on 9 of 18 shots, most from 30. , Trombley, m an attempt to "tsoyce wttn'A; _2pomts+ - nmeh of the game and was Much {o the likingofOxbOw, it the outside. Dwyer's points In the preliminary cont put the right offensive and defensive teams out on the The following day the girls nearly upset, was the Olympians. Kathy came from 8 of 23 field goals ()xbow+s jv team came f# floor during the period sub- traveledto Newfound. With the gazne but three Peterson hit shots at 2:50, 2:17 and 5 of 12 free throws. Pratt way behind, winning in f* slituled freely, but tonoavail. This time they enjoyed a mizmtesoldandonlya4-21ead and with 43 seconds remaining accounted for six points, fined minutes 50 to 47. I tl+3') struck for II of Ig field narrow but 3 point lead at the IhanLs to two Karen Dwyer to help open the lead to 43-37 Dobbins four, Carbee and held theleadat each stop, ll: goals and 8 of 10 free throws, end of the first period, and buckets, .the Olympians went going into the final quarter. Brenda Peterson two and 26-19 and 35-30 A 20-p By contrast, Oxbow continued were able to maintain it to to a full court press. Angie An awakened Oxbow defense tfumphreyone, fourth quarter surge, led their lack of shooting ability, take a 2.26 halftime lead. Dobbins and Kathy Peterson held the ILaider offense to only Although the victory wasn't Martha l)obbins, Penny 0 Only 7 of 24 field goals drop- In the third period the responded wilh two baskets 8 field goal attempts in the an overpowering one, there and Sue Pierson put the g ped. Fairing better from the Engineers exploded for 23 from tbe outside to open the quarter, were still some bright spots, away. High scorers tor freethrowline, they hit 6 of S. points for a 52-401ead and took lead to 8-2. Then U-32 ad- Foul trouble helped decide 'reams will be gunning for junior Olympians U-:32 scouted well. They ef- justed. In the final four the stsaw contest. U-32 had Oxbow duringthe finalpart of Martha Dobbins with 20 Apprenti minutes of the quarter the both Weber and Arlin foul out the season, hoping to catch the Sue Pierson with 1, fectively shut down theOxbow  Raiders closed thegapto 14-12 midway through the stanza, Olympians on an off night. Oxbow hosted Mont otfense, allow Ron llunting (20 umpir on the strength of Karen negating any ehance for a run Against U-32, that was the'Tuesday <too late point average, to only three  Weber's three field goals from at victory. With the middle case. Oxbow was aisoplaying presstime) travels to first hall' points while the game was being decided. Ollgl'lt in 1 the charity line. Dwyer and opened up, Dwyer totaled without the services of Pare wood on Thursday and Munson accounted for 12 first Peterson accounted for 10 of eight points in the quarter, Cook for the night. Garone home against the 12 Oxbow points, scoring sinking 3 of 9 field goals and 2 juggled the lineup, starting Tuesday, February 3. half points, sitting out muchof NASHUA- The New Ham- mixand four respectively, of 6 from the charity line. Dwyer, Carbee, Peterson, the seeond quarter, pshire Baseball Umpires Jodie Pratt made her Brenda Peterson, Dobbins and Dobbins and Pratt. Pare Oxbow didn't give up. Association has announced presense felt in the second Pratt each scored two and iumphrey, coming off the (IIRI, B()RN Huntington. Munson, Charlie that applications are now quarter by hitting on two short Pam Humphrey one to round bench, played a strong A baby girl, Angela Mal Grant and Chris Jacobs being accepted for the 1981 jumpers in the first minute of out the scoring. The final defensive game to help in the was born Dec. 20 to Mr. popped in two pointers to keep Apprentice Program. play. Coupled with Kathy score read 56-45. Oxbow victory. Mrs. I)anielPerry of the gapat 17 points, 55-38, with Any person interested Peterson's three outside should have been happy to Statistically for the night, at Mary Hitchcoek 5:40 to go. The Raiders. should contact Apprentice baskets Oxbow led with 4:04 come home with a win. It is Oxbow did not fare too well. flospilal. however, decided to go for Chairmpn Larry Kleiner, 8 remaining, 24-16. But again, broke. A pesky full-court press Carroll St,. Nashua. N.H the Raiders weren't to be helped them to three field 03063. counted out. A strong defense goals, and Oxbow foul trouble Clinics will be held during held the Olympians to only accounted for another five the month of March at a four more field goal attempts points. U-32 led 66,- 38 at the location selected by Chairman the rest of the way, slicing the 3:38 mark of the third period. Kleiner margin back to one, 28-27 at Huntington with his patented No application will be ac- the half. Dwyer and Marsha long jumpers and Chris eeptedafter Feb. 15th. Carbee accounted for the final Jacobs and Mike Stever kept Applicants must be at least four points for Oxbow. Key to Oxbow from being completely 18 years of age. the Raiders comebaek was blown off the court before the their ability to hit on 7 of 8 free stanza ended. Oxbow trailed throw attempts. 74-54 with but eight minutes Wilt) KNOWS? U-32 was only 16 minutes left. '0,hal is Ihe slate flower ol away from its first victory With Mike Stever dropping a l(l(le Island? Answer ou ever over the Olympians, but short pop from the side, Bruce classifit,d l)agt'+ fortunately Mona Garone and (please turn to page 9) her troops had other plans. I I Sixteen minutes of uninspired FIGHTING FOR REBOUND--Mike Stever (34) and Elwin Brooks (22) fight for rebound during a recent loss to U-32. Mike Munson (32) is in the background. Oxbow boys' team faces tough week after loss BRADFORD--U-32 against Oxbow. It is usually a good game. Fast, hard-nosed basketball with neither team giving an inch. Friday night it resembled a street fight, with Oxbow being bruised to the tune of 87-79 on the victor's court, The score is deceiving, Oxbow was never really in the game: close a few times, but never threatening. U+32 is a tough, hard, fast basketball team and Oxbow +L didn't seem prepared. Poise, teamwork and lady luck were all missing from Oxbow's bag of tricks. The first quarter should ha ve been an omen. Hitting on only 23 per cent of their shots, many the close range variety, the O/ympians quickly put themselves into a hole too deep to come out. U-32 on the other hand. hit from the outside and inside, forging a solid 17-10 cush|on. Mike Munson hit the second of two jumpers at 4:34 of the first quarter to bring Oxbow within one, 9-8, and again 11-10 with two free throws at 2:12. But the roof cayed in then Six unanswered points put the margin at 17-10 after quarter number one. Munson with 6. Kevin Stever and Bruce Jacobs with two each ac- counted for the Oxbow points. Disaster struck like lighting during the second quarter. Not only did Oxbow get outscored by 10, 30 to 20. but had to contend with 16 consecutive Raider markers. It shouldn't have happened. At 4:44. Oxbow drew to within five points. 22-17 on a long jumper from Ron Huntington. At 3:59 the count was 26 to 19. Two and a half minutes later U-32 held I II III WINTER SPECIAL 4 basketball turned into a final BEI sixteen minutes of equally fired up basketball, the kind of N, H ball playing the small eon- 60 t ingent of followers have come to see. and expect. " F@ U-32 wanted the game t badly. Barbara Arlin struck ' for two points at 7: 27 to put the Raiders in front, 29-28. After  . ,  ++ missed shots by Carbee and TIME OUT--JV. Coach Peter Terry gives last minute instructions to his Dwyer. Peterson hit on a h In i i g +.,,,p+, from the top of the during the U-32 game. Looking on is Heidi Osgood (21), Wendy Cook Four New Mac es Arr v n_ key. Oxbow led 30-29. Two. MarthaDobbins(ll). forint + This Week +' 11 k 41  CENTER *ATSUll, I '+ Start|st + Call For Special Price  ' I  SL +ohnldmry Center, Vt. 05865 i I U players " New England Equ entc.,..Riffl !  ARTESsiylWELLCO" I liT. 14 P.O. Box 1015 White River Jet. Vermont 050012,295.7553 |] hx 176, ILdm0000U. 14M-00112 I Walter Shaw L i Page 8-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 Mainly Cross North Danville Village Exit 2 :--Turn Left ALPINE PACKAGE ggested Why Wait for Spring Sales! SKI NOW! X-COUNTRY PACKAGE Suggested Retail $ Retail 00noo 175 s80 Price $325 $35 Odd Lot X-C Outfits at prices below wholesale Hours: S 10-5, T 7-9, W 7-9, F 7-9, S 10-5 Phone: 802-748-477g '80 PANTHER 1 I '80 EL TIGRE 6000 This is iLThe Cat Ore-Time-Only sale. If you were waiting fir prices, but the supply is that one perfect time to buy an limited. If you wait, you won't Arctic CaL this ia it. have a snowball's chance of . We have [he modei ever getting a deal like m strck, at these  this again+ ..00poet00a.d q11ati#e Flk411, It 3,t1494S II I I [11 IIIII I Listen to BASKETBALL on Jan. 29 OxLbOW a t Harwood Girls B. Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Lyndon at Woodsville Girls B. Oxbow at Hanover Boys Linwood at BMU Boys s:00oo, Oxbow wms fifth The Engineers ' " this can build character and by RICK McKEAN help the team believe in .-:,.:,g.--..:,;.<.;,4,;,r.,;.,;l;-: themselves. Last Saturday the The Woodsville girls had a it into the fourth quarter f()r a Oxbow girls dropped tough week while the boys had l;5-50 victory, previously unbeaten (in aextremely good week. Karen Brooks had an ex- league play) Northfield 51-41 On .Jail. 16, the Engineer cellent game in getting 22 on theh)serscourt. ! girls went to Plymouth. The points,, folh)wed by Maria Karen Dwyer, standout first quarter saw Woodsville Tromblev, 14 pojnts; Bernie junior center, again paced the having trouble getting their FraseraidTrishDemerswith Oxbow attack. Dwyer, along " o offense going and went down 9 points each, Lisa Strickland, with sophomore forward Jodie " J bya 1ll-4score. 5 points: Sandy Boyce 4 Pratt, combined for 34 points in leading the Olympians to .... In the second quarter they points and Monica Nihan their fifth consecutive league \\;+ got fired up and gained 3 with 2 points. * points to go in at halftime Also on Tuesday the victory without a loss. Overall behind hy 18-15. Engineer boys hosted ()xbow is 10-4. In the third quarter both Newfound and behind an Northfield came into the teams got fired up on offense awesonw offensive attack game with a strong 9-2record, and the Engineers gained one mounted their second over 100 although most of the tom- more point, hut still found point game. petition has been against themselves down33-:+l. It was a game in which ('hiss M schools. At the end of W(xxtsvillesaw their come-Woodsville had complete the first [x+riod, Northfield back attempt fail asPlymouth control from the begirming, held the lead 11-10. Oxbow hit a lot of outside shots in the Allowing only one point in the knew they had their hands fourth quarter to win the game first period and taking a 46-16 full. 52-39. half time lead. At half time the Olympians Scorers for Woodsville were The second half saw the were able to carve a two point Karen Brooks, 12 points; Engineers go over the 100 lead, 22-20, but were having Maria Trombley, 7 points; point mark in which every their problems. Kathy Bernie Frazer and Dina member of the team con- l'eterson, Oxbow'splaymaker Tronbley with 6 points each; lril)uh, d at leasl one hoop in and fine shooting guard was Moniea Nihan, 4 points; the 101-47 victory, having an off day. Northfield finished off by Trish Demers Mike Pompian had an ex- as able to eollapse on Dwyer and Sandy Boyce with 2 points retlent game in leading the for most of the first 16 minutes each. scoring xvith23pointsfollowed of play to help stymie the Meanwhile back in Wood- hy Perry l)avidson with 16, ()xbowoffense. sville the Engineer boys were Shawn McKean with II, Jon The story was much the playing host to Plymouth. Mellin 10, Robert Barry 8, lion same during the third period. "he Engineers built up a Magoon 7, Dave Patten 6, Jim Trading baskets and keeping huge htad of offensive steam Kinder 5. Mike Slayton and ()xbow off balance with left in the first and second quax'ter t'aul Woods 4 each, Troy outside shooting by Daley and and also played equally well l)odge and lwrence Shute Williams, Northfield actually on defense It) lake a 45-24 half- with : each and Mike Aldrich led 34-:12 starting the final time lead. with 2. (luarter. But then with the help The second quartet" was The following night they of foul trouble and some good very sin|ilar lo the first in that traveled to Gorham where overall basketball the Woodsville continued to play lhey had another relatively ()lympians took command. good ball on both ends of the easy lime. A strong final eight minutes court totake a 81-55 win. The defense again proved of play with Oxbow outscoring Mike Pompian led the strong, alh)wing only 2 points their opponents to the tune of scoring for Woodsville with 23 m the first period and 9 in the 19-7 told the story. Karen points followed by Jon Mellin second to take a 38-11 halftime Dwyer was able to spring with 21, Mike Aldrich had 12 lead. loose for seven of her game points: Perry Davidson, 10 The last half saw the high 24 points to lead the way. t points; David Patten and Fngineers increase their lead But it wasn't only a Dwyer Mike Slayton, 4 points each; and take a 77-46 victory, show. Jodie Pratt helped the Sha'n McKean, 3 points; and t'errv I)avidson led the Oxbow cause with six final finished off by Robert Barry offcnsi'e scoring attack with period markers arm Marsha and Ron Magoon with 2 points 23 points folh)wed by Mike ('arbee and Angle Dobbins each. Aldrich, 16 points; Jon Mellin, both sunk important free On Jan. 19 the girls went on 12 points; ,lira Kinder and throw attempts down the the road again to take on a Mike Slayton, 7 points each; stretchtosealthevictory. tough Littleton team. Mike l'ompian, 6 points: Northfield, playing a con- The first half saw Wood- Shawn McKean, 4 and Robert sistent game for three sville fall behind by a 28+16 Barry with 2 points, quarters, completely lost it nmrgin. This week's games gave the going down to the wire. Foulg In the second half the Engineer girls a 6-5 season claimed two of their starters IN THE HOOP--Karen Dwyer, Oxbow center!ays i Engineers played evenly with record and the Engineer boys and team totals show them two of her points against U-32. Karen Peterson (10! Liltleton, both teams scoring a 9+2 record. (please turn to page 9)  looks on. 22 points. But the 12 point [nrst hall" deficit proved to be the Oxb gi Is' ict despite listle g i factor in Littleton 50-38 win. OW r team v orious ss ame Karen Brooks again led the a 23 point lead, 42 to 19, with scoring for the Engineers with BRADFORD--Winning isn't field goals by the Raiders hard to win a game by playing The Olympians hit on 24 of" six two-pointers and four 10 points, followed by Maria always easy. Thursday were answered by a fieldgoal well for less than half of it. field goals but held t Trombley 7 points Bernie single counters. Munson, Mike , ., + " + ; ', evening was a good example and free throw by Dwyer and Peterson and Dwyer led the , ........ ,4 ot.,. ,^_ . Frazer and Lisa StricKlano as Oxbow travelled to U-32r0t ft'L'q iTormns poppeu m a pt)lHt .',t-t,tr,, ..... , ,o ........... Raiders to a poor 18 of 55, t. . with 6 points each' Leslie a girls" varsity basketball foul shot at 3:34 to knot the I the night. Peterson had the free throw line, Oxl whdtle the deficit back to 17 at . halftnme," 47 to 30. StrtcklandN , 4 .points', Monica game. Although winning 56-4,5, more at :m-a4. It was time for another fine floor game and h]lting on 8 of 25, [_1-32 only t ihan,  poitts aid Sandy Oxbow played Istle ball for one leant to take charge, hit on 9 of 18 shots, most from 30. , Trombley, m an attempt to "tsoyce wttn'A; _2pomts+ - nmeh of the game and was Much {o the likingofOxbOw, it the outside. Dwyer's points In the preliminary cont put the right offensive and defensive teams out on the The following day the girls nearly upset, was the Olympians. Kathy came from 8 of 23 field goals ()xbow+s jv team came f# floor during the period sub- traveledto Newfound. With the gazne but three Peterson hit shots at 2:50, 2:17 and 5 of 12 free throws. Pratt way behind, winning in f* slituled freely, but tonoavail. This time they enjoyed a mizmtesoldandonlya4-21ead and with 43 seconds remaining accounted for six points, fined minutes 50 to 47. I tl+3') struck for II of Ig field narrow but 3 point lead at the IhanLs to two Karen Dwyer to help open the lead to 43-37 Dobbins four, Carbee and held theleadat each stop, ll: goals and 8 of 10 free throws, end of the first period, and buckets, .the Olympians went going into the final quarter. Brenda Peterson two and 26-19 and 35-30 A 20-p By contrast, Oxbow continued were able to maintain it to to a full court press. Angie An awakened Oxbow defense tfumphreyone, fourth quarter surge, led their lack of shooting ability, take a 2.26 halftime lead. Dobbins and Kathy Peterson held the ILaider offense to only Although the victory wasn't Martha l)obbins, Penny 0 Only 7 of 24 field goals drop- In the third period the responded wilh two baskets 8 field goal attempts in the an overpowering one, there and Sue Pierson put the g ped. Fairing better from the Engineers exploded for 23 from tbe outside to open the quarter, were still some bright spots, away. High scorers tor freethrowline, they hit 6 of S. points for a 52-401ead and took lead to 8-2. Then U-32 ad- Foul trouble helped decide 'reams will be gunning for junior Olympians U-:32 scouted well. They ef- justed. In the final four the stsaw contest. U-32 had Oxbow duringthe finalpart of Martha Dobbins with 20 Apprenti minutes of the quarter the both Weber and Arlin foul out the season, hoping to catch the Sue Pierson with 1, fectively shut down theOxbow  Raiders closed thegapto 14-12 midway through the stanza, Olympians on an off night. Oxbow hosted Mont otfense, allow Ron llunting (20 umpir on the strength of Karen negating any ehance for a run Against U-32, that was the'Tuesday <too late point average, to only three  Weber's three field goals from at victory. With the middle case. Oxbow was aisoplaying presstime) travels to first hall' points while the game was being decided. Ollgl'lt in 1 the charity line. Dwyer and opened up, Dwyer totaled without the services of Pare wood on Thursday and Munson accounted for 12 first Peterson accounted for 10 of eight points in the quarter, Cook for the night. Garone home against the 12 Oxbow points, scoring sinking 3 of 9 field goals and 2 juggled the lineup, starting Tuesday, February 3. half points, sitting out muchof NASHUA- The New Ham- mixand four respectively, of 6 from the charity line. Dwyer, Carbee, Peterson, the seeond quarter, pshire Baseball Umpires Jodie Pratt made her Brenda Peterson, Dobbins and Dobbins and Pratt. Pare Oxbow didn't give up. Association has announced presense felt in the second Pratt each scored two and iumphrey, coming off the (IIRI, B()RN Huntington. Munson, Charlie that applications are now quarter by hitting on two short Pam Humphrey one to round bench, played a strong A baby girl, Angela Mal Grant and Chris Jacobs being accepted for the 1981 jumpers in the first minute of out the scoring. The final defensive game to help in the was born Dec. 20 to Mr. popped in two pointers to keep Apprentice Program. play. Coupled with Kathy score read 56-45. Oxbow victory. Mrs. I)anielPerry of the gapat 17 points, 55-38, with Any person interested Peterson's three outside should have been happy to Statistically for the night, at Mary Hitchcoek 5:40 to go. The Raiders. should contact Apprentice baskets Oxbow led with 4:04 come home with a win. It is Oxbow did not fare too well. flospilal. however, decided to go for Chairmpn Larry Kleiner, 8 remaining, 24-16. But again, broke. A pesky full-court press Carroll St,. Nashua. N.H the Raiders weren't to be helped them to three field 03063. counted out. A strong defense goals, and Oxbow foul trouble Clinics will be held during held the Olympians to only accounted for another five the month of March at a four more field goal attempts points. U-32 led 66,- 38 at the location selected by Chairman the rest of the way, slicing the 3:38 mark of the third period. Kleiner margin back to one, 28-27 at Huntington with his patented No application will be ac- the half. Dwyer and Marsha long jumpers and Chris eeptedafter Feb. 15th. Carbee accounted for the final Jacobs and Mike Stever kept Applicants must be at least four points for Oxbow. Key to Oxbow from being completely 18 years of age. the Raiders comebaek was blown off the court before the their ability to hit on 7 of 8 free stanza ended. Oxbow trailed throw attempts. 74-54 with but eight minutes Wilt) KNOWS? U-32 was only 16 minutes left. '0,hal is Ihe slate flower ol away from its first victory With Mike Stever dropping a l(l(le Island? Answer ou ever over the Olympians, but short pop from the side, Bruce classifit,d l)agt'+ fortunately Mona Garone and (please turn to page 9) her troops had other plans. I I Sixteen minutes of uninspired FIGHTING FOR REBOUND--Mike Stever (34) and Elwin Brooks (22) fight for rebound during a recent loss to U-32. Mike Munson (32) is in the background. Oxbow boys' team faces tough week after loss BRADFORD--U-32 against Oxbow. It is usually a good game. Fast, hard-nosed basketball with neither team giving an inch. Friday night it resembled a street fight, with Oxbow being bruised to the tune of 87-79 on the victor's court, The score is deceiving, Oxbow was never really in the game: close a few times, but never threatening. U+32 is a tough, hard, fast basketball team and Oxbow +L didn't seem prepared. Poise, teamwork and lady luck were all missing from Oxbow's bag of tricks. The first quarter should ha ve been an omen. Hitting on only 23 per cent of their shots, many the close range variety, the O/ympians quickly put themselves into a hole too deep to come out. U-32 on the other hand. hit from the outside and inside, forging a solid 17-10 cush|on. Mike Munson hit the second of two jumpers at 4:34 of the first quarter to bring Oxbow within one, 9-8, and again 11-10 with two free throws at 2:12. But the roof cayed in then Six unanswered points put the margin at 17-10 after quarter number one. Munson with 6. Kevin Stever and Bruce Jacobs with two each ac- counted for the Oxbow points. Disaster struck like lighting during the second quarter. Not only did Oxbow get outscored by 10, 30 to 20. but had to contend with 16 consecutive Raider markers. It shouldn't have happened. At 4:44. Oxbow drew to within five points. 22-17 on a long jumper from Ron Huntington. At 3:59 the count was 26 to 19. Two and a half minutes later U-32 held I II III WINTER SPECIAL 4 basketball turned into a final BEI sixteen minutes of equally fired up basketball, the kind of N, H ball playing the small eon- 60 t ingent of followers have come to see. and expect. " F@ U-32 wanted the game t badly. Barbara Arlin struck ' for two points at 7: 27 to put the Raiders in front, 29-28. After  . ,  ++ missed shots by Carbee and TIME OUT--JV. Coach Peter Terry gives last minute instructions to his Dwyer. Peterson hit on a h In i i g +.,,,p+, from the top of the during the U-32 game. Looking on is Heidi Osgood (21), Wendy Cook Four New Mac es Arr v n_ key. Oxbow led 30-29. Two. MarthaDobbins(ll). forint + This Week +' 11 k 41  CENTER *ATSUll, I '+ Start|st + Call For Special Price  ' I  SL +ohnldmry Center, Vt. 05865 i I U players " New England Equ entc.,..Riffl !  ARTESsiylWELLCO" I liT. 14 P.O. Box 1015 White River Jet. Vermont 050012,295.7553 |] hx 176, ILdm0000U. 14M-00112 I Walter Shaw L i