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June I0, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 bow girls are state champs 1) ly 13 pitches arm of Pam show the a sting is All on day, Hum- walked two ,two hits. The fourth Taleof, left fielder in the Oach Paul game I1 State game. lust missed at first for Oxbow Hum- the season wins had earned run one time a this could needed. Our aggressive baserunning, steady defense down the stretch, and potent hitting attack right down throughout the lineup were also factors in the 16-3 season. Beck to the Championship game. Oxbow scored all the runs it needed in the bottom of the first. It was a typical in- ning for the Olympians. Carbee led off with a walk and was sacrificed to second on a perfect bunt by Angle Dob- bins. Humphrey then aided her own cause by drilling a double down the left field line scoring Carbee with the eventual game-winner. In the second, Oxbow scored three more. Herman walked to open the inning and ad- vanced to third on Tina Davidson's double. A sacrifice cut down Herman at the plate, but a succession of walks and wild pitches brought Sherrie Osgond (pinch-running for Davidson), Wendy Cook and Marsha Carbee in to score. Windsor fans had something to cheer about in the bottom of the third inning. Teeter led off with a single, but pinch runner Penny Cook was called out after stealing second base for leaving too early. On the next pitch, Annette Brooks was victimized by a fine running catch by left fielder Tammy Flanagan. Centerfielder Kris Herman then struck out, retiring the side. The Windsor contingent sensed a rally. But it wasn't to be as the only runner to reach base in the next inning was thrown out on a perfect strike from Davidson to Dobbins. Icing on the cake came in the fifth inning for Oxbow. Davidson led off with her second hit and was sacrificed to second by Royston, and scored on a single by Wendy Cook. An error and a base on balls scored Book and put Carbee and Dobbins on first and second with two out. Clean-up hitter, freshman Janine Teeter then hit a rising line drive over the left Wendy Cook rounds third and heads gaiast Windsor last Saturday. Kris coach. LISTEN TO: Local High school BASEBALL Tournament also Action Wells River Valley  Softball-League BROADCASTS FROM FIELD LL LEAGUE GAMES IO WYKR FOR 1981 TIME Hammers vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Hobos 6: 30 vs Duds vs Colatlna Exit 6:30 6:30 vs Carrier Hammers Life vs Tuck Press 6:30 vs 2 & Q Lounge 6:30 Implements vs Duds 6:30 vs Good Neighbor Banks 6:30 vs Miller High Life 6:30 6:30 vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Life vs Stoddard Imp. 6:30 vs Duds 6:30 vs Tuck Press 7:45 vs South Ryegate 6:30 0:3O vs Colatina Exit 0:30 vs Rapid Rubbish 6:30 Market vs Stoddard Imp. 6:30 6:3O Ranks vs Rapid Rubbish Haverhill tourney won by Plymouth W 00 DS V I L LE-- P lymout h Junior High, behind the pit- ching of southpaw Steve Bouley, captured the first annual Haverhill Academy tournament which was held at Woodsville Community Field. The tournament was spon- sored by Woodsville Savings Bank and Lafayette National Bank. Bouley, a seventh grader, pitched a total of 10 and one- third innings for the day, striking out 9 batters and picking up 2 victories. He only allowed 4 hits for the day. In the first game, Plymouth defeated Haverhill 6-1 in a pitchers duel between Bouley and Haverhill's Troy McKean. Mike Desmaris of Plymouth broke open the game with a 6th inning double knocking in two runs. Hanover defeated Oxbow 7-3 behind Chris McCarthy's clutch pitching. McCarthy bad a shutout going until the 6th inning when Oxbow scored all three of their runs. Haverhill won a 8-6 decision over Oxbow in the consolation game behind lefty Todd Brill and Troy McKean. Jeff Page had 2 hits for Haverhill and 2 R.B.I.'s. Plymouth romped over Hanover 13-3 in the final game behind Bouley and shortstop Mike Desmaris. The Bobcats exploded for 7 runs in the 5th inning to lock up the cham- pionship. Bouley and McKean were named the best pitchers of the tourney. Page and Desmaris were awarded the best hitters with Plymouth's catcher Joe Avellino and second baseman Richard Packard awarded the best fielder trophies. CHEERS FROM THE VICTO Oxbow High School being congratulated by the headmasters after their 9-0 whitewashing of Windsor in the championship finale. fielder's head for a three-run homer and a 9-0 lead. It was all over but the shouting. SCHOOL And shouting there was after Carbee squeezed .a weak popup down the third baseline for the final out. Cheers from the fans, tears of joy and screams of victory and "we're Number One" came from the team. In just three short years, the Oxbow softball program has risen from the dead. Three years ago, under the direction of first-year coach Paul Munn, the team went through a 3-11 season. Things picked up last year, ending at 9-7. This year, at 16-3, a State Championship. "I knew we had a good team this year, and hoped we might HOME VICTORIOUS--Oxbow Girl's softball team returning from victorious trip he in the finals. We gained to Randolph, winning the Class If softball championship. The bus was part of a 20- some valuable experience this year and have a fine nucleus car, bus, fire truck escort through the town. coming back next season," Munn said. (Munn loses only Humphrey and Royston). The B Ridg Sp d y ear e ee wa losses for the Championship Olympian team were to COUPES COUPES Hanover, Harwood and North- June 5, 1981 POINT STANDINGS field. 1st Qualifier 1. No. 3--Brother Eastman, E. Thetford, Vt ............. 115 1.80--David Chestnut 2. No. 6--Butch Elms, N. Haverhill, N.H ................ 113 2. 14--Bob Adams 3. No. 77--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 103 Barcomb wins 2nd Qualifier 4. No. 54--Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ....................... 99 1.53--Dan Beede 5. No. 98--Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 98 Mon racA 2.93--Dale Williams 5. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... % 3. W--Stuart Bean 6. No. 56--Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham,Vt. 94 MILTON--Ron Barcomh ot 3rd Qualifier' 7. No. 93---Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt. r ........  .... .93 C.o!chester captured the  Memorial 1.56--ClaytonHateh 8. No. 1--Orin Howe, W, Lebanon, :..?.  :..'.  .!80  100 NASCAR 2. 6--C.V. Elms 6. No. 96--Bob Shepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 80 Molson Tour stock car race at 3. 3-Brother Eastman 9. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 51 Catamount Speedway May 30. Ist Consolation I0. No. 14---Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 49 Barcomb, starting on the 1.57--Doug Roberts  11. No. 7--Robert Rnshford, Bradford, Vt ................ 44 pole position, led all I00 laps of 2.54-42huck Beede 12. No. 50--Chuck Frazier, Thetford, Vt .................. 43 the event. It was his first ever 1. l--Orin Howe 13. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, East Berre, Vt ................ 39 Molson Tour victory. Semi-Feature 13. No. 16--Raymond Heath, Warren, N.H ................ 39 Finishing second to Bar- 1.53--Dan Beede 14. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt... 36 comb was Mike Barry, of 2.77---Stuart Bean 15. No. 21---Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 24 Bolton, with Stub Fadden of N. 3. 6--C.V. Elms 16. No. 01--David Smith, White River, Vt ................. 20 Haverhill placing thi;d. Jean- 4. 3--Ervine Eastman 17. No. 80--David Chestnut, White River Jct., Vt .......... 19 Paul Cabana and Beaver 5.93--Dale Williams 18. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 Dragon rounded out the top 6.56--Clayton Hatch 19. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 five. 7.8(F-David Chestnut STREET DIVISION Feature - 1. 6--C.V. Elms POINT STANDINGS 2. 3--Ervine Eastman 1. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N.H .............. 100 3. 53--Dan Beede 2. No. 11--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ........... ...... 86 4.77--Stuart Bean 3. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt ..... : ............ 68 5.54--Chuck Beede 4. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jct., Vt ............ 65 No. 01--Tbomas Spooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. No. 6.96--Bob Shepard 51 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt, .............. 7. 1--Orin Howe 8.80--Davd Chestnut 6 No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 97--Brad phelps, N. Thetford, Vt .................. 6 9.14--Beb Adams 7: NO. 31_Harry Davidson, PiermotitN..H .............. 10. 16--Raymond Heath 8. No. 11.93--Dale Williams 9. No. 18---Duncan McKay, E. Barre, . ................ 12.56--Clayton Hatch 10. No. 16--Richard radden, N. Haverhl.l N.H ........... 41 13. 57--Doug Roberts 11. No.ePierson, Jr.,E.Cormz , . ............. 39 14.36--Ricky Roberts 12. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 35 15. 21--Scott Spear 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Williamswn, Vt .................. 28 14. No. 69--Doug Boyce, romn, w ....................... STREETS 14. No. 77Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 25 June 5, 1981 15. No. 48--Peter Graves, W. Danville, Vt. . ............. 24 1st Qualifier 16. No. 34--Richard Slmmonns, lraora: w ............. 21 1. W--Bruce Towle 17. No. 75--David Gomo, Wenstervule, w ................ 16 18. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E.. Corinth,Vt: ..;:..  ....... 13 2.29--Rober Pecor 19. No. 81--Marshall Lanndry, jr., WOOaSVllle, N.u ....... 11 3.4g---Peter Graves 19. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 11 4.75--David Gomo ........ 7 2nd Qualifier  20. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 7 1.50--Arnold Stygles 20. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ............. 7 2.69--Doug Boyce 20. No. 63---Bruce Gendron, White River, Vt .............. 3. 16--Richard Fadden 21. No. 93--Randy Hutchins, E. Thetford, Vt .............. 4 4.31--Harry Davidson 3rd Qualifier 1.11--CarrollPort00 F/ells River Softball League 2.61--Wayne Hazlett 6-4 Carrier 3.23--Frank Weigel Standings W.R.S.L. Miller 4.01--Thomas Spooner Place-Team W L G.B. Hoboes 8-0 Peoples 1st Consolation l Hoboes 2 0- Hoboes 5-4 Rapid 1.18--Duncan McKay 1 Miller High Life 2 0 - Rapid 10-7 Peoples 2.44--Gene Pierson, Jr. 1 Tuck Press 2 0- Dud's Inc. 17-2 Stoddard 3. 97Brad PhelPS . 12+QLounge 20t 2+Q 15-0 Stoddard 5 Colatina Exit 1 1 1 2+Q 3-2 Dud's Inc. 4.34--RichardSimmlns 1 1 1 TuckPress 4-2 So. Ryegate Semi.Feature 5 Dud's Inc. 1.61WayneHazlett 5 Good Neighbor Bank 111 TuckPress t0-9 GoodNeigh. 2.50--Arnie stygles 5 Rapid Rubbish Removal 1 1 1 Good Neigh. 16-4 So. Ryegate 9 Carrier Hammer 0 2 2 3.11--Carroll porter 9 peoples Market 0 2 2 ONE MINUTE 4.77--Bruce Towle 9 So. Ryegate 0 2 2 SPORTS QUIZ 5.16--RichardFadden 9stoddardlmplements 022 Nme the winner of the 6.48._Peter Graves SCORES LPGA Colgate-Dinah Shore 7.69--DougByce Colatina 7-0 Carrier tournament. Answer on 8.29--Rober pecor Miller 3-2 Colatina Classified page. Feature 1.61Wayne Hazlett 2.77--Bruce Towle 3.11--Carroll porter 4.50--Arnie stygles 5.01--Thomas Spooner 6.48--Peter Graves 7.23--Frank weige 8.31--Harry Davidson 9.97--Brad phelpS 10.44--Gene Pierson LL 11.29--Roger pecor 12.93--Randy Hutchins Mrs. Shaw 13.18--Duncan McKay 1102-74t'200i2 14.75--David Gomo 15.69--Doug Boyce 16. 16..-Richard Fadden Groton sailor takes co GROTON--Navy Machinist's Mate Fireman Ronald E. Hart, son of William S. and Sandra L. Hart of Groton, has completed the Basic Machinist's Mate Course. During the course at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, students received instruction on the use of hand tools and machine shop equipment. In addition, they studied the basic operation, maintenance and repair of ships' propulsion equipment, evaporators and generators. The students were also in- troduced to the type of duty watches that Machinist's Mates stand aboard ships. He joined the Navy in November 1979. BINGO TONIGHT BRADFORD--Bingo will be held at the American Legion in Bradford at 7 p.m. this evening. SLIDE !--Action at third bake during Connecticut Valley Little League baseball game. Sports ' Tri-Town Toyota wins in soccer BRADFORD--There was no maintained a solid defense to shortage of shots on goal for assure goalkeeper Ray Chapin Tri-Town Toyota as they his first shut-out of the season. cruised past Northfield 9-0 in Tri Town Toyota is now 1-1 Central Vermont League for the season. The next home soccer play at Oxbow on May game is June 21 at 1 p.m. 30. against Williamstown. Tri-Town right wing Tommy Gray led the drive with four goas, helped by Bob Daley who found the back of the COMEDY TRYOUTS Northfieldnet twice.  THETFORD--Tryouts for a Danny Ford, Peter DUrgin 10-week comedy workshop and Billy Ford produced a and production sponsored by goal apiece to round out Tri the Parish Players will take Town's balanced attack, place June 15-16 at 6:30 p.m. Fullback Peter Boyd, Dave both evenings at the Thetford Clements and Mitchell Green Grange. I I TENNIS ANYONE!!!,! Bonnie Oaks Tennis Club cordially invites one and all to become acquainted with our fine tennis facility and exciting schedule of tennis events this summer. On the weekends of June 6 & 7 and June 13& 14, we are celebrating 'Meet The Pro Days'. Meet and play with our new WTS Pro, Ken Botecho. --Free unlimited court time --Free Junior clinic 10:00 A.M. each day --Free Adult clinic 1:00 P.M. each day Membership information and schedule of events will be available. Free refreshments will be served. For further information call Bonnie Oaks 802- 333-4302, Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, Vermont. M ] .... m Streets & Coupes [] Trophy Race II [] Go-Cart Races II D Sweet Mechanic Race l all on Friday night at 8 P.M. 8:00 p.m. Alternate Rain Date ISunday 7:30 ADMISSION: 6300,0 Adults q.00 ChiM bowling leagues - little leagues - golf leagues - softball leagues - softball leagues - ANNIVERSt!iRY SALE June llth thru June 20th Athletic Clothing Athletic Shoes Selected Groups of Playground Balls Racketballs plus many other items Baseball Caps Little League Gloves Tommy Keane Sports, Inc. "Where The Teams Buy" On The Mall, Lehaqon, N.H. 44&3749/3736 June I0, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 bow girls are state champs 1) ly 13 pitches arm of Pam show the a sting is All on day, Hum- walked two ,two hits. The fourth Taleof, left fielder in the Oach Paul game I1 State game. lust missed at first for Oxbow Hum- the season wins had earned run one time a this could needed. Our aggressive baserunning, steady defense down the stretch, and potent hitting attack right down throughout the lineup were also factors in the 16-3 season. Beck to the Championship game. Oxbow scored all the runs it needed in the bottom of the first. It was a typical in- ning for the Olympians. Carbee led off with a walk and was sacrificed to second on a perfect bunt by Angle Dob- bins. Humphrey then aided her own cause by drilling a double down the left field line scoring Carbee with the eventual game-winner. In the second, Oxbow scored three more. Herman walked to open the inning and ad- vanced to third on Tina Davidson's double. A sacrifice cut down Herman at the plate, but a succession of walks and wild pitches brought Sherrie Osgond (pinch-running for Davidson), Wendy Cook and Marsha Carbee in to score. Windsor fans had something to cheer about in the bottom of the third inning. Teeter led off with a single, but pinch runner Penny Cook was called out after stealing second base for leaving too early. On the next pitch, Annette Brooks was victimized by a fine running catch by left fielder Tammy Flanagan. Centerfielder Kris Herman then struck out, retiring the side. The Windsor contingent sensed a rally. But it wasn't to be as the only runner to reach base in the next inning was thrown out on a perfect strike from Davidson to Dobbins. Icing on the cake came in the fifth inning for Oxbow. Davidson led off with her second hit and was sacrificed to second by Royston, and scored on a single by Wendy Cook. An error and a base on balls scored Book and put Carbee and Dobbins on first and second with two out. Clean-up hitter, freshman Janine Teeter then hit a rising line drive over the left Wendy Cook rounds third and heads gaiast Windsor last Saturday. Kris coach. LISTEN TO: Local High school BASEBALL Tournament also Action Wells River Valley  Softball-League BROADCASTS FROM FIELD LL LEAGUE GAMES IO WYKR FOR 1981 TIME Hammers vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Hobos 6: 30 vs Duds vs Colatlna Exit 6:30 6:30 vs Carrier Hammers Life vs Tuck Press 6:30 vs 2 & Q Lounge 6:30 Implements vs Duds 6:30 vs Good Neighbor Banks 6:30 vs Miller High Life 6:30 6:30 vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Life vs Stoddard Imp. 6:30 vs Duds 6:30 vs Tuck Press 7:45 vs South Ryegate 6:30 0:3O vs Colatina Exit 0:30 vs Rapid Rubbish 6:30 Market vs Stoddard Imp. 6:30 6:3O Ranks vs Rapid Rubbish Haverhill tourney won by Plymouth W 00 DS V I L LE-- P lymout h Junior High, behind the pit- ching of southpaw Steve Bouley, captured the first annual Haverhill Academy tournament which was held at Woodsville Community Field. The tournament was spon- sored by Woodsville Savings Bank and Lafayette National Bank. Bouley, a seventh grader, pitched a total of 10 and one- third innings for the day, striking out 9 batters and picking up 2 victories. He only allowed 4 hits for the day. In the first game, Plymouth defeated Haverhill 6-1 in a pitchers duel between Bouley and Haverhill's Troy McKean. Mike Desmaris of Plymouth broke open the game with a 6th inning double knocking in two runs. Hanover defeated Oxbow 7-3 behind Chris McCarthy's clutch pitching. McCarthy bad a shutout going until the 6th inning when Oxbow scored all three of their runs. Haverhill won a 8-6 decision over Oxbow in the consolation game behind lefty Todd Brill and Troy McKean. Jeff Page had 2 hits for Haverhill and 2 R.B.I.'s. Plymouth romped over Hanover 13-3 in the final game behind Bouley and shortstop Mike Desmaris. The Bobcats exploded for 7 runs in the 5th inning to lock up the cham- pionship. Bouley and McKean were named the best pitchers of the tourney. Page and Desmaris were awarded the best hitters with Plymouth's catcher Joe Avellino and second baseman Richard Packard awarded the best fielder trophies. CHEERS FROM THE VICTO Oxbow High School being congratulated by the headmasters after their 9-0 whitewashing of Windsor in the championship finale. fielder's head for a three-run homer and a 9-0 lead. It was all over but the shouting. SCHOOL And shouting there was after Carbee squeezed .a weak popup down the third baseline for the final out. Cheers from the fans, tears of joy and screams of victory and "we're Number One" came from the team. In just three short years, the Oxbow softball program has risen from the dead. Three years ago, under the direction of first-year coach Paul Munn, the team went through a 3-11 season. Things picked up last year, ending at 9-7. This year, at 16-3, a State Championship. "I knew we had a good team this year, and hoped we might HOME VICTORIOUS--Oxbow Girl's softball team returning from victorious trip he in the finals. We gained to Randolph, winning the Class If softball championship. The bus was part of a 20- some valuable experience this year and have a fine nucleus car, bus, fire truck escort through the town. coming back next season," Munn said. (Munn loses only Humphrey and Royston). The B Ridg Sp d y ear e ee wa losses for the Championship Olympian team were to COUPES COUPES Hanover, Harwood and North- June 5, 1981 POINT STANDINGS field. 1st Qualifier 1. No. 3--Brother Eastman, E. Thetford, Vt ............. 115 1.80--David Chestnut 2. No. 6--Butch Elms, N. Haverhill, N.H ................ 113 2. 14--Bob Adams 3. No. 77--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 103 Barcomb wins 2nd Qualifier 4. No. 54--Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ....................... 99 1.53--Dan Beede 5. No. 98--Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 98 Mon racA 2.93--Dale Williams 5. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... % 3. W--Stuart Bean 6. No. 56--Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham,Vt. 94 MILTON--Ron Barcomh ot 3rd Qualifier' 7. No. 93---Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt. r ........  .... .93 C.o!chester captured the  Memorial 1.56--ClaytonHateh 8. No. 1--Orin Howe, W, Lebanon, :..?.  :..'.  .!80  100 NASCAR 2. 6--C.V. Elms 6. No. 96--Bob Shepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 80 Molson Tour stock car race at 3. 3-Brother Eastman 9. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 51 Catamount Speedway May 30. Ist Consolation I0. No. 14---Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 49 Barcomb, starting on the 1.57--Doug Roberts  11. No. 7--Robert Rnshford, Bradford, Vt ................ 44 pole position, led all I00 laps of 2.54-42huck Beede 12. No. 50--Chuck Frazier, Thetford, Vt .................. 43 the event. It was his first ever 1. l--Orin Howe 13. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, East Berre, Vt ................ 39 Molson Tour victory. Semi-Feature 13. No. 16--Raymond Heath, Warren, N.H ................ 39 Finishing second to Bar- 1.53--Dan Beede 14. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt... 36 comb was Mike Barry, of 2.77---Stuart Bean 15. No. 21---Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 24 Bolton, with Stub Fadden of N. 3. 6--C.V. Elms 16. No. 01--David Smith, White River, Vt ................. 20 Haverhill placing thi;d. Jean- 4. 3--Ervine Eastman 17. No. 80--David Chestnut, White River Jct., Vt .......... 19 Paul Cabana and Beaver 5.93--Dale Williams 18. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 Dragon rounded out the top 6.56--Clayton Hatch 19. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 five. 7.8(F-David Chestnut STREET DIVISION Feature - 1. 6--C.V. Elms POINT STANDINGS 2. 3--Ervine Eastman 1. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N.H .............. 100 3. 53--Dan Beede 2. No. 11--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ........... ...... 86 4.77--Stuart Bean 3. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt ..... : ............ 68 5.54--Chuck Beede 4. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jct., Vt ............ 65 No. 01--Tbomas Spooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. No. 6.96--Bob Shepard 51 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt, .............. 7. 1--Orin Howe 8.80--Davd Chestnut 6 No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 97--Brad phelps, N. Thetford, Vt .................. 6 9.14--Beb Adams 7: NO. 31_Harry Davidson, PiermotitN..H .............. 10. 16--Raymond Heath 8. No. 11.93--Dale Williams 9. No. 18---Duncan McKay, E. Barre, . ................ 12.56--Clayton Hatch 10. No. 16--Richard radden, N. Haverhl.l N.H ........... 41 13. 57--Doug Roberts 11. No.ePierson, Jr.,E.Cormz , . ............. 39 14.36--Ricky Roberts 12. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 35 15. 21--Scott Spear 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Williamswn, Vt .................. 28 14. No. 69--Doug Boyce, romn, w ....................... STREETS 14. No. 77Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 25 June 5, 1981 15. No. 48--Peter Graves, W. Danville, Vt. . ............. 24 1st Qualifier 16. No. 34--Richard Slmmonns, lraora: w ............. 21 1. W--Bruce Towle 17. No. 75--David Gomo, Wenstervule, w ................ 16 18. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E.. Corinth,Vt: ..;:..  ....... 13 2.29--Rober Pecor 19. No. 81--Marshall Lanndry, jr., WOOaSVllle, N.u ....... 11 3.4g---Peter Graves 19. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 11 4.75--David Gomo ........ 7 2nd Qualifier  20. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 7 1.50--Arnold Stygles 20. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ............. 7 2.69--Doug Boyce 20. No. 63---Bruce Gendron, White River, Vt .............. 3. 16--Richard Fadden 21. No. 93--Randy Hutchins, E. Thetford, Vt .............. 4 4.31--Harry Davidson 3rd Qualifier 1.11--CarrollPort00 F/ells River Softball League 2.61--Wayne Hazlett 6-4 Carrier 3.23--Frank Weigel Standings W.R.S.L. Miller 4.01--Thomas Spooner Place-Team W L G.B. Hoboes 8-0 Peoples 1st Consolation l Hoboes 2 0- Hoboes 5-4 Rapid 1.18--Duncan McKay 1 Miller High Life 2 0 - Rapid 10-7 Peoples 2.44--Gene Pierson, Jr. 1 Tuck Press 2 0- Dud's Inc. 17-2 Stoddard 3. 97Brad PhelPS . 12+QLounge 20t 2+Q 15-0 Stoddard 5 Colatina Exit 1 1 1 2+Q 3-2 Dud's Inc. 4.34--RichardSimmlns 1 1 1 TuckPress 4-2 So. Ryegate Semi.Feature 5 Dud's Inc. 1.61WayneHazlett 5 Good Neighbor Bank 111 TuckPress t0-9 GoodNeigh. 2.50--Arnie stygles 5 Rapid Rubbish Removal 1 1 1 Good Neigh. 16-4 So. Ryegate 9 Carrier Hammer 0 2 2 3.11--Carroll porter 9 peoples Market 0 2 2 ONE MINUTE 4.77--Bruce Towle 9 So. Ryegate 0 2 2 SPORTS QUIZ 5.16--RichardFadden 9stoddardlmplements 022 Nme the winner of the 6.48._Peter Graves SCORES LPGA Colgate-Dinah Shore 7.69--DougByce Colatina 7-0 Carrier tournament. Answer on 8.29--Rober pecor Miller 3-2 Colatina Classified page. Feature 1.61Wayne Hazlett 2.77--Bruce Towle 3.11--Carroll porter 4.50--Arnie stygles 5.01--Thomas Spooner 6.48--Peter Graves 7.23--Frank weige 8.31--Harry Davidson 9.97--Brad phelpS 10.44--Gene Pierson LL 11.29--Roger pecor 12.93--Randy Hutchins Mrs. Shaw 13.18--Duncan McKay 1102-74t'200i2 14.75--David Gomo 15.69--Doug Boyce 16. 16..-Richard Fadden Groton sailor takes co GROTON--Navy Machinist's Mate Fireman Ronald E. Hart, son of William S. and Sandra L. Hart of Groton, has completed the Basic Machinist's Mate Course. During the course at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, students received instruction on the use of hand tools and machine shop equipment. In addition, they studied the basic operation, maintenance and repair of ships' propulsion equipment, evaporators and generators. The students were also in- troduced to the type of duty watches that Machinist's Mates stand aboard ships. He joined the Navy in November 1979. BINGO TONIGHT BRADFORD--Bingo will be held at the American Legion in Bradford at 7 p.m. this evening. SLIDE !--Action at third bake during Connecticut Valley Little League baseball game. Sports ' Tri-Town Toyota wins in soccer BRADFORD--There was no maintained a solid defense to shortage of shots on goal for assure goalkeeper Ray Chapin Tri-Town Toyota as they his first shut-out of the season. cruised past Northfield 9-0 in Tri Town Toyota is now 1-1 Central Vermont League for the season. The next home soccer play at Oxbow on May game is June 21 at 1 p.m. 30. against Williamstown. Tri-Town right wing Tommy Gray led the drive with four goas, helped by Bob Daley who found the back of the COMEDY TRYOUTS Northfieldnet twice.  THETFORD--Tryouts for a Danny Ford, Peter DUrgin 10-week comedy workshop and Billy Ford produced a and production sponsored by goal apiece to round out Tri the Parish Players will take Town's balanced attack, place June 15-16 at 6:30 p.m. Fullback Peter Boyd, Dave both evenings at the Thetford Clements and Mitchell Green Grange. I I TENNIS ANYONE!!!,! Bonnie Oaks Tennis Club cordially invites one and all to become acquainted with our fine tennis facility and exciting schedule of tennis events this summer. On the weekends of June 6 & 7 and June 13& 14, we are celebrating 'Meet The Pro Days'. Meet and play with our new WTS Pro, Ken Botecho. --Free unlimited court time --Free Junior clinic 10:00 A.M. each day --Free Adult clinic 1:00 P.M. each day Membership information and schedule of events will be available. Free refreshments will be served. For further information call Bonnie Oaks 802- 333-4302, Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, Vermont. M ] .... m Streets & Coupes [] Trophy Race II [] Go-Cart Races II D Sweet Mechanic Race l all on Friday night at 8 P.M. 8:00 p.m. Alternate Rain Date ISunday 7:30 ADMISSION: 6300,0 Adults q.00 ChiM bowling leagues - little leagues - golf leagues - softball leagues - softball leagues - ANNIVERSt!iRY SALE June llth thru June 20th Athletic Clothing Athletic Shoes Selected Groups of Playground Balls Racketballs plus many other items Baseball Caps Little League Gloves Tommy Keane Sports, Inc. "Where The Teams Buy" On The Mall, Lehaqon, N.H. 44&3749/3736