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Page S-The Journal Opinion-November 17, 1982 Woodsville students named to honor roll WOODSVILLE-- The prin- Class of 1985-- Suzanne cipal at WoodsviUe High Bixby, Bernadette Demers, School has announced those Tina Hunlder, Colleen Kaiser, students listed on the honor Christian Leahy, Ross roll. O'Brien, Bruce Simonds, HONOR ROLL Frank Venturella, and Donald Class of 1983--Anne Berube, Vogt. Geraldine Boudreault, Dora Class of 1986--- Michelle Boutin, Sandra Royce, Sarah Fagnant, Rochelle Farr, Chris Byrne, Judy Chase, Mary Finlay, Becky Kenniston, and Hanson (Oxbow), David Pamela Reed. Nickerson, David Patten, PRINCIPAL'S LIST Theodore Simpson, andDonna Class of 1984-- Kelly Len- Vogt. non. Class of 1984-- Kin Blake, Lori Drew, April Drown, Mark, Englert, Margaret Fraser, Jennifer Hazlett, INTERESTING FACT Danny Keith, Debra Microprocessors in Mosholder, Harry Norcross, automobiles control engines Heidi Simonds, Sandra with a precision that Town,, Mark Wheeler, and minimizes fuel consumption John Wohlforth (Oxbow). and exhaust emissions. NI=I BAIT AND IE dlGUN mOP Route 25 West from Bradford, 1 miles PHONE: 802-222.4506 NEW GUNS tvage 22 Single Shot ...................... ........... ,75 H+ R 16 Gauge Siugle Shot ............................ 175.50 savuge 22 Repeating I 5 Shot w-scope ................. $.0 Savage 30-30-- ZO Gauge Over-Under ................. 1239.00 n+R Topper Model 58 Single Shot 20 Ga,-22 Hornet Inter- changeable with Extra Barrel ......................... $115.00 USED GUNS Savage Pump lZ Gauge Model 67 .................... $195.00 Winchester M-94 3Z Spec .......................... $I .0e Wlncheer M-I00 Pump 12 Gauge ................... $24$.00 Winchester M-t4 30.30 20" Barrel .................... $I 50.00 Savage M-9 .30S 5 Shot Clip ........................ 1175.00 Remington M.700 6MM ............................... 1375.00 UNLUCKY BUCK--This 200 pound, 8 point buck was bagged in Piermont by Dwight Boble of Center Barnstead, N.H. The trophy deer was downed with a PIKE SCORES INTERESTING FACT WITH$1,000 The first lollipops were ORFORD-- Weymouth Pike, dabs of sugar candy placed St. of Orford recently won on the end of a slate pencil. $1,000. in the New Hampshire Sweepstakes Instant Baseball Game. He purchased the scoring ticket at the Brookside Store in Orfordville. Bob's Auto Service Is Pleased To Announce The Addition Of "Stu" Bean Of Bradford, Vt. . . To Our Automotive Staff Starting, Monday, November 22nd. "Stu" Bean Is A Well Known Mechanic In This Area. He Is Equally Well Known By Bear Ridge Speedway Race Fans. Bob's Auto Is Proud To Be Able To Bring You Stu's Fine Mechanical Expertise To Serve You Even Better. ,k,k.k,k**.k.k.k**.k,k**.k***,k* Transmission Work Glass Installation Tires Exhaust Systems Body Repair & Painting "'WE DO IT ILL" We Offer You -- Frontend Alignment Suspension Work Brakes Engine Overhauling Engine Tuneups uP- v v v v v v v v v  v  v v v  Bob's Automotive Service Main Street, Bradford, Vt. (802) 222-4683 BMI00teachers l OXBOW HIGH SChIOOL , honored G,.= BASKETBALL Dec. 7 Tues. Hanover-- Away 6:00 bvUVM WELLS RIVER-- Blue Mt. teachers Robert Buckley and Judith Bouffard were honored by the University of Vermont for their outstanding per- formance as teachers on Oct. 18. Nominated by other BMU teachers, they were chosen using the criteria of ex- cellence in teaching and commitment to the welfare of children and youth. Rob Buckley teaches math in grades 9-12, and has been instrumental with the development of K-12 computer instruction. Graduates of BMU who pursue college mathematics study have performed well, and SAT math scores are usually above the state average. He also has been instrumental in the creation of the Twin State Mathematics League. Kindergarten teacher Judi Bouffard has been very successful with parent in- volvement in the education process. She has created programs where nearly one- half of all parents are active. She also is the author of a booklet on parenting I Am Me, .... I Am Special, I Love You which is distributed by BMU. Principal Harris and Superintendent Ober joined UVM and Vermont Depart- ment of Education personnel in ceremonies honoring the recipients. INTERESTING FACT In parts of Germany, white mice were considered good luck. THE STRIPES by Vidian Roe ANOTHER ALL-STAR TEAM NAMED in soccer, this time the NVAC Division V conference which Oxbow is a member of. Four Olympians were chosen by league coaches for the squad. Goalie Keith Bean was named for the second straight year along with Charlie Grant, Charlie Barton and Scott Torrey. Grant and Bean are seniors and recently tried out for the Vermont-New Hampshire Lions Soccer game to be held next June. Barton and Torrey, both juniors will anchor Mike Callanan's club next year. Nell Piper, Andy Tomlinson and Jeff Urquhart received honorable mention honors. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL CLUB, the Montreal Expos apparently liked what they saw in Bob Valliant's arm last Dec. 9 Thurs. St. Jay -- Away Dec. 15 Wed. Orford--Away J.V.Only 5:00 Dec. 18 Sat. Lebanon-- Away 1:00 Dec, 20 Men. Thetford-- Away Dec. 28 Tues. Randolph -- Home Dec. 30 Thurs. Montpelier  Away Jan. 4 Tues. St. Jay -- Home Jan. 6 Thurs. Williamstown-- Away Jan. 8 Sat. Chelsea -- Home 3:00 (Varsity only) Jan. 11 Tues. U-22-- Home Jan. 13 Thurs. Harwood-- Away Jan. 15 Sat. Hanover-- Home 1:00 Jan. 17 Men. Randolph-- Away Jan. 20 Thurs. Lebanon-- Home Jan. 22 Sat. Northfield-- Away 1:00 Jan. 25 Tues. Montpelier -- Home Feb. 1 Tues. Williamstown-- Home Feb. 3 Thurs. U-32-- Away Feb. 8 Tues. Harwood-- Home Feb. 10 Thurs,Northfield -- Home VARSITY COACH: Mona Garone J.V. COACH: Sharon Pushee J.H. GIRLS BASKETBALL Jan. 4 Tues. Thefford--Home 4:00 Jan. 6 Thurs. Haverhill (A&B) -- Away 3: 45 Jan. 11 Tues. Montpelier (A&B) -- Home 4:00 Jan. 13 Fri. BMU -- Home 3:30 Jan. 17 Men. Orford-- Away 5:00 Jan. 25 Tues. St. Jay (A&B) --Home 4:00 Jan. 31 Men. Thefford -- Away 6:30 Feb. 3 Thurs. Montpelier (A&B) -- Away 3: 30 Feb. 8 Tues. BMU-- Away 3:30 Feb. 10 Thurs. Orford-- Home 4: 00 Feb. 14 Men. Haverhill (A&B) -- Home 3: 45 Feb. 17 Thurs. St. Jay (A&B) -- Away 4:00 COACH A: Sandy Mercier COACH B: Fawn Pushee BOYS BASKETBALL Dec. 14 Tues. Mascoma -- Home Dec. 15 Wed. Orford -- Away (J.V. Only) 6:45 Dec. 17 Fri. BMU Tourney Dec. 18 Sat. BMU Tourney Dec. 21 Tues. Woodsville -- Away Dec. 27-- Men. Hanover Tourney Dec. 28 Tues. Hanover Tourney Dec. 29 Wed. Hanover Tourney Jan. 7 Fri. Harwood-- Home Jan. 12 Wed. Hanover -- Away Jan. 14 Fri. Thetford-- Home Jan. 26 Wed. St. Jay-- Away Jan. 28 Fri. U-32-- Home Feb. 2 Wed. Hanover-- Home Feb. 4 Fri. NCU-- Away Feb. 9 Wed. NCU -- Home Feb. 11 Fri. St. Jay-- Home Feb. 16 Wed. U-32 -- Away Feb. 18 Fri. Woodsville-- Home Feb. 22 Tues. Harwood -- Away VARSITY COACH: Mark Hamilton J.V. COACH: Rich Claflin J.H. BoYs BASKETBALL Jan. 4 Tues. Thetford-- Home 5:00 Jan. 6 Thurs. Haverhill (A&B) -- Home 3:45 Jan. 11 Tues. Montpelier (A&B) --Away 4:00 Jan. 13 Fri. BMU -- Home 4:30 Jan. 17 Men. Orford-- Away 6:00 Dec. 1 W.M.R.H.S. Home Dec. 8 Lake Regions Away Dec. 14 Plymouth Away Dec. 17 Mascoma Home Dec. 21 Oxbow Home Dec. 27 x - tournament Dec. 28 x - tournament Jan. 4 W.M.R.H.S. Away Jan. 7 Groveton Home Jan. 11 Blue Mt. Away Jan. 14 Plymouth Home Jan. 18 Newfound Home Jan. 21 Blue Mt. Home Jan. 25 Littleton Away Feb. 1 Littleton Home Feb. 4 Groveton Away Feb. 7 Lake Regions Home Feb. 12 Mascoma AwaY Feb. 15 Newfound AwaY Feb. 18 Oxbow Away GIRLS BASKETBALL Dec. I W.M.R.H.S. Away Dec. 3 Littleton Away Dec. 7 Lakes Region AwaY Dec. 10 Blue Mt. Away Dec. 14 Plymouth Home Dec. 17 Mascoma AwaY Dec. 20 Littleton Home Jan. 4 W.M.R.H.S. Home Jan. 7 Grey,ton AwaY Jan. 14 Plymouth Away Jan. 18 Newfound Away Jan. 20 Blue Mt. Home Jan. 22 Lyndon Home Jan. 25 Littleton Home Jan. 28 Newfound Home Feb. 2 Mascoma Home Feb. 4 Groveton Home Feb. 5 Lyndon Away All teams have J.V. , ov JUNIOR HIGH BOYS & GIRLS Winter 1982-1983 Jan. 5 Lancaster Home 3:30 Jan. 6 Profile Home 4:00 Jan. I0 Newfound Away 3: 30 Jan. 12 Thetford Home 6:30 Jan. 13 Oxbow Away 4:00 Jan. 17 Lancaster Away 4:00 Jan. 19 Lisbon Away 4:00 Jan. 27 Lisbon Home Feb. 2 Thetford Away 6:30 Feb. 8 Profile Away 4:00 Feb. 11 Newfound Home 4:00 Feb. 14 Oxbow Home year. Although toiling through a dismal season-ending with a Jan. 25 Tues. St. Jay (A&B) -- Away 4:00 2-7 record with a 5:37 ERA, Valliant has been given a new Jan. 31 Men. Thefford-- Away 7:30 High contract. In 1983 Valliant will be pitching for the Expos' Class Feb. 3 Thurs. Montpelier-- Home 4:00 Oxbow AA team in Memphis. Last year he ended the season in Feb. 8Tues. BMU--Away4:30 ....i]r Jamestown, Class A, striking out 44, allowing 54 hits, 45 runs- Feb. 10 Thurs. Orford-- Home 5:00 names honor ruu 33 earned while walking 42 batters. Feb. 14 Men. Haverhill (A&B) --Away 3:45 BRADFORD YOUTH SPORTS reported a successful youth soccer program for fourth through sixth grade. Thirty-two kids started the program with a like number completing play under the direction of Mike and Rich Claflin. Basketball coaches for the grade school were chosen along with chairmen for various projects including Junior High Basketball Tournament, Junior Varsity Tournament and Alumni Tournament. Feb. 17 Thurs. St. Jay (A&B) -- Home 4: 00 COACH A: Dave Johnson COACH B: Bob Valllant SKI TEAM Dec. 30 Thurs. Lyndon XC Jan. 8 Sat. Stow, Jan. 15 Sat. Lyndon Jan. 22 Sat. Burlington Jan. 29 Sat. Colchester Feb. 5 Sat. CVU Feb. 8 Tues. Girls Alpine NCU Feb. 9 Wed. XC -- L.R. Feb. 11 Fri. Boys Alpine-- Mad River Feb. 12 Sat. XC -- Stewe Feb. 14 Mon. Girls Alpine States Middlebury Feb. 15 Tues. GirlsXC States Middlebury Feb. 16 Wed. Boys State TBA Feb. 17 Thurs. Boys State TBA Feb. 18 Fri. Boys State TBA VARSITY COACH: Mike Cailanan J.V. COACH: TBA FENCING Nov. 21 Sun. UVM -- Away Dec. 4 Sat. USFA Orono -- Away Other dates to be announced Bates College Dartmouth Community Club Worchester Polytechic Institute St. John's Prep School Concord-Carlilse Regional School U.S. Fencing Association COACH: Nessa Flax ASSISTANT COACH: Rex Burroughs BRADFORD-- The principal at Oxbow High School has announced the names of those students on the first semester honor roll. Students in bold face type are cited for high honors. GRADE 12 Judy Augustine, Carolyn Brooks, Patti Cushing, Tena Davidson, Astrid Egerod, Karen Flan- nigan, David Johnson, David McLam, and Peter Patch. Also, Suzy Pierso n, Jody Pratt, Joyce Putnam, Christine Rogers, Tammy Sarazin, Heidi Smit, Doreen Smith, David Stever, Christine Thurston, Andy Tomlinson, Cynthia Underhill and Laurie Williams. GRADE II-- Deborah Balcom, Charles Barton, Laurie Bruleigh, Scott Carson, Susie Davis, Mrie Dempsey, Martha Dobbins, Faith Flye, and Dennis Perry. Also, Sandy Perry, Daphne Sanborn, Kris Search, Scott Torrey, Sheila Williams, Kimberly Winot, and Jerry Smith. GRADE 10-- Brigitta Bradford, Heidl Hood, Lisa Kulikowski, Becky Ledwith, Dennl Pratt, Sharon Randall, Sherri Tomlinson, Penny CONGRATULATIONS TO OXBOW HIGH SCHOOL and its field hockey coachesfor putting on a very successful Field Hockey Finals a couple of weeks ago. Four out of the last five years Oxbow has been chosen by Vermont officials to host the event and they did another bang-up job. Volunteer help came from the girls participating in Olympian field hockey along with many parents. All six teams participating had favorable comments of the day's organization. AFTER WATCHING only one year of limited field hockey play, I've decided that along with skill and determination, you have to be just a little crazy to play the sport. To an uninformed observer like myself it looks as if the winning teams have little or no regard for their bodies as they go after that elusive ball. BASKETBALL JUST AROUND THE CORNER with the Wondsville Engineers getting off to an early start with a game against tough White Mountain Regional December 1. Both the girls and boys team will see action. Of the other schedule received, Oxbow boys will open against a new op- ponent at home, Mascoma Regional while the girls will travel to tough Hanover. Games are scheduled for December 14 and 7th respectively. More on winter sports next week. Good luck hunting. II fill IIII I i ii iii 00oodsville 500ua00g 00avings The Better Idea Bank Announces Break Through In New Car Financing Annual 13 % Strike Your Best Deal With Any Of The Percentage, Following Automobile Dealers, Then See Us Rate* For The Best New Car Interest Rate In Town. Walker Motor Sales - Woodsville, N.H. 25% Down Payment GraftonMotorSalos, ln.-Woedsvllle, N.H. H.O.Taytor Chevrolet, Inc.. Wells River, Vt. Blake Chevrolet Co,, Inc. - Bradford, Vt. 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Orford schools announce IflNTERESTINGFACTthe sticks of gum EdwardGRADE D'Agostino,9--Kelth Button,Ben .,,,.,z Americans chew in a year's Davis, Sarita Dobbins, John INTERES honor roll students time were placed end to end Dwyer, Tim Ford, Ryan The average:!lll they could circle the earth Grow, Chris Haviland, Nieole once every seVP |, w ORFORD-- The principal at Hazen, John Miyares; Grade more than 35 times. Johnson, and Harvey dunngsleep, tlcd Orford Schools has an- 8, Deborah Hoisington, Kin Knobloch. nounced the following students named to the honor roll during the first marking period. MIDDLE SCHOOL First Honors-- Grade 5, Sara Palifka; Grade 6, Tammy Giesing, Terri Welch; Grade 7, Brenda Giesing. Second Honors-- Grade 5, Bonnie Strout; Grade 6, Adam Dyke, Jennifer Dyke, Thomas Harrington, Douglas Hoisington, Ken May, Lori Pierson, Cynthia Thomson; Smith. HIGH SCHOOL High Honors Freshmen, Paul Barnes, Sbeena Giesing; Sophomores, Alice Barnes, Anne Miyares; Seniors, Paul Miyares. Honors-- Freshmen, Cheryl Cloud, Andrew Handelsman; Sophomores, Charles Bean,, Jayme Chapin, Nancy Tullar; seniors, Nancy deLangis, Yvonne Garrett, Brett Gould, Marcus Harrington, Jenny Perry. Page S-The Journal Opinion-November 17, 1982 Woodsville students named to honor roll WOODSVILLE-- The prin- Class of 1985-- Suzanne cipal at WoodsviUe High Bixby, Bernadette Demers, School has announced those Tina Hunlder, Colleen Kaiser, students listed on the honor Christian Leahy, Ross roll. O'Brien, Bruce Simonds, HONOR ROLL Frank Venturella, and Donald Class of 1983--Anne Berube, Vogt. Geraldine Boudreault, Dora Class of 1986--- Michelle Boutin, Sandra Royce, Sarah Fagnant, Rochelle Farr, Chris Byrne, Judy Chase, Mary Finlay, Becky Kenniston, and Hanson (Oxbow), David Pamela Reed. Nickerson, David Patten, PRINCIPAL'S LIST Theodore Simpson, andDonna Class of 1984-- Kelly Len- Vogt. non. Class of 1984-- Kin Blake, Lori Drew, April Drown, Mark, Englert, Margaret Fraser, Jennifer Hazlett, INTERESTING FACT Danny Keith, Debra Microprocessors in Mosholder, Harry Norcross, automobiles control engines Heidi Simonds, Sandra with a precision that Town,, Mark Wheeler, and minimizes fuel consumption John Wohlforth (Oxbow). and exhaust emissions. NI=I BAIT AND IE dlGUN mOP Route 25 West from Bradford, 1 miles PHONE: 802-222.4506 NEW GUNS tvage 22 Single Shot ...................... ........... ,75 H+ R 16 Gauge Siugle Shot ............................ 175.50 savuge 22 Repeating I 5 Shot w-scope ................. $.0 Savage 30-30-- ZO Gauge Over-Under ................. 1239.00 n+R Topper Model 58 Single Shot 20 Ga,-22 Hornet Inter- changeable with Extra Barrel ......................... $115.00 USED GUNS Savage Pump lZ Gauge Model 67 .................... $195.00 Winchester M-94 3Z Spec .......................... $I .0e Wlncheer M-I00 Pump 12 Gauge ................... $24$.00 Winchester M-t4 30.30 20" Barrel .................... $I 50.00 Savage M-9 .30S 5 Shot Clip ........................ 1175.00 Remington M.700 6MM ............................... 1375.00 UNLUCKY BUCK--This 200 pound, 8 point buck was bagged in Piermont by Dwight Boble of Center Barnstead, N.H. The trophy deer was downed with a PIKE SCORES INTERESTING FACT WITH$1,000 The first lollipops were ORFORD-- Weymouth Pike, dabs of sugar candy placed St. of Orford recently won on the end of a slate pencil. $1,000. in the New Hampshire Sweepstakes Instant Baseball Game. He purchased the scoring ticket at the Brookside Store in Orfordville. Bob's Auto Service Is Pleased To Announce The Addition Of "Stu" Bean Of Bradford, Vt. . . To Our Automotive Staff Starting, Monday, November 22nd. "Stu" Bean Is A Well Known Mechanic In This Area. He Is Equally Well Known By Bear Ridge Speedway Race Fans. Bob's Auto Is Proud To Be Able To Bring You Stu's Fine Mechanical Expertise To Serve You Even Better. ,k,k.k,k**.k.k.k**.k,k**.k***,k* Transmission Work Glass Installation Tires Exhaust Systems Body Repair & Painting "'WE DO IT ILL" We Offer You -- Frontend Alignment Suspension Work Brakes Engine Overhauling Engine Tuneups uP- v v v v v v v v v  v  v v v  Bob's Automotive Service Main Street, Bradford, Vt. (802) 222-4683 BMI00teachers l OXBOW HIGH SChIOOL , honored G,.= BASKETBALL Dec. 7 Tues. Hanover-- Away 6:00 bvUVM WELLS RIVER-- Blue Mt. teachers Robert Buckley and Judith Bouffard were honored by the University of Vermont for their outstanding per- formance as teachers on Oct. 18. Nominated by other BMU teachers, they were chosen using the criteria of ex- cellence in teaching and commitment to the welfare of children and youth. Rob Buckley teaches math in grades 9-12, and has been instrumental with the development of K-12 computer instruction. Graduates of BMU who pursue college mathematics study have performed well, and SAT math scores are usually above the state average. He also has been instrumental in the creation of the Twin State Mathematics League. Kindergarten teacher Judi Bouffard has been very successful with parent in- volvement in the education process. She has created programs where nearly one- half of all parents are active. She also is the author of a booklet on parenting I Am Me, .... I Am Special, I Love You which is distributed by BMU. Principal Harris and Superintendent Ober joined UVM and Vermont Depart- ment of Education personnel in ceremonies honoring the recipients. INTERESTING FACT In parts of Germany, white mice were considered good luck. THE STRIPES by Vidian Roe ANOTHER ALL-STAR TEAM NAMED in soccer, this time the NVAC Division V conference which Oxbow is a member of. Four Olympians were chosen by league coaches for the squad. Goalie Keith Bean was named for the second straight year along with Charlie Grant, Charlie Barton and Scott Torrey. Grant and Bean are seniors and recently tried out for the Vermont-New Hampshire Lions Soccer game to be held next June. Barton and Torrey, both juniors will anchor Mike Callanan's club next year. Nell Piper, Andy Tomlinson and Jeff Urquhart received honorable mention honors. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL CLUB, the Montreal Expos apparently liked what they saw in Bob Valliant's arm last Dec. 9 Thurs. St. Jay -- Away Dec. 15 Wed. Orford--Away J.V.Only 5:00 Dec. 18 Sat. Lebanon-- Away 1:00 Dec, 20 Men. Thetford-- Away Dec. 28 Tues. Randolph -- Home Dec. 30 Thurs. Montpelier  Away Jan. 4 Tues. St. Jay -- Home Jan. 6 Thurs. Williamstown-- Away Jan. 8 Sat. Chelsea -- Home 3:00 (Varsity only) Jan. 11 Tues. U-22-- Home Jan. 13 Thurs. Harwood-- Away Jan. 15 Sat. Hanover-- Home 1:00 Jan. 17 Men. Randolph-- Away Jan. 20 Thurs. Lebanon-- Home Jan. 22 Sat. Northfield-- Away 1:00 Jan. 25 Tues. Montpelier -- Home Feb. 1 Tues. Williamstown-- Home Feb. 3 Thurs. U-32-- Away Feb. 8 Tues. Harwood-- Home Feb. 10 Thurs,Northfield -- Home VARSITY COACH: Mona Garone J.V. COACH: Sharon Pushee J.H. GIRLS BASKETBALL Jan. 4 Tues. Thefford--Home 4:00 Jan. 6 Thurs. Haverhill (A&B) -- Away 3: 45 Jan. 11 Tues. Montpelier (A&B) -- Home 4:00 Jan. 13 Fri. BMU -- Home 3:30 Jan. 17 Men. Orford-- Away 5:00 Jan. 25 Tues. St. Jay (A&B) --Home 4:00 Jan. 31 Men. Thefford -- Away 6:30 Feb. 3 Thurs. Montpelier (A&B) -- Away 3: 30 Feb. 8 Tues. BMU-- Away 3:30 Feb. 10 Thurs. Orford-- Home 4: 00 Feb. 14 Men. Haverhill (A&B) -- Home 3: 45 Feb. 17 Thurs. St. Jay (A&B) -- Away 4:00 COACH A: Sandy Mercier COACH B: Fawn Pushee BOYS BASKETBALL Dec. 14 Tues. Mascoma -- Home Dec. 15 Wed. Orford -- Away (J.V. Only) 6:45 Dec. 17 Fri. BMU Tourney Dec. 18 Sat. BMU Tourney Dec. 21 Tues. Woodsville -- Away Dec. 27-- Men. Hanover Tourney Dec. 28 Tues. Hanover Tourney Dec. 29 Wed. Hanover Tourney Jan. 7 Fri. Harwood-- Home Jan. 12 Wed. Hanover -- Away Jan. 14 Fri. Thetford-- Home Jan. 26 Wed. St. Jay-- Away Jan. 28 Fri. U-32-- Home Feb. 2 Wed. Hanover-- Home Feb. 4 Fri. NCU-- Away Feb. 9 Wed. NCU -- Home Feb. 11 Fri. St. Jay-- Home Feb. 16 Wed. U-32 -- Away Feb. 18 Fri. Woodsville-- Home Feb. 22 Tues. Harwood -- Away VARSITY COACH: Mark Hamilton J.V. COACH: Rich Claflin J.H. BoYs BASKETBALL Jan. 4 Tues. Thetford-- Home 5:00 Jan. 6 Thurs. Haverhill (A&B) -- Home 3:45 Jan. 11 Tues. Montpelier (A&B) --Away 4:00 Jan. 13 Fri. BMU -- Home 4:30 Jan. 17 Men. Orford-- Away 6:00 Dec. 1 W.M.R.H.S. Home Dec. 8 Lake Regions Away Dec. 14 Plymouth Away Dec. 17 Mascoma Home Dec. 21 Oxbow Home Dec. 27 x - tournament Dec. 28 x - tournament Jan. 4 W.M.R.H.S. Away Jan. 7 Groveton Home Jan. 11 Blue Mt. Away Jan. 14 Plymouth Home Jan. 18 Newfound Home Jan. 21 Blue Mt. Home Jan. 25 Littleton Away Feb. 1 Littleton Home Feb. 4 Groveton Away Feb. 7 Lake Regions Home Feb. 12 Mascoma AwaY Feb. 15 Newfound AwaY Feb. 18 Oxbow Away GIRLS BASKETBALL Dec. I W.M.R.H.S. Away Dec. 3 Littleton Away Dec. 7 Lakes Region AwaY Dec. 10 Blue Mt. Away Dec. 14 Plymouth Home Dec. 17 Mascoma AwaY Dec. 20 Littleton Home Jan. 4 W.M.R.H.S. Home Jan. 7 Grey,ton AwaY Jan. 14 Plymouth Away Jan. 18 Newfound Away Jan. 20 Blue Mt. Home Jan. 22 Lyndon Home Jan. 25 Littleton Home Jan. 28 Newfound Home Feb. 2 Mascoma Home Feb. 4 Groveton Home Feb. 5 Lyndon Away All teams have J.V. , ov JUNIOR HIGH BOYS & GIRLS Winter 1982-1983 Jan. 5 Lancaster Home 3:30 Jan. 6 Profile Home 4:00 Jan. I0 Newfound Away 3: 30 Jan. 12 Thetford Home 6:30 Jan. 13 Oxbow Away 4:00 Jan. 17 Lancaster Away 4:00 Jan. 19 Lisbon Away 4:00 Jan. 27 Lisbon Home Feb. 2 Thetford Away 6:30 Feb. 8 Profile Away 4:00 Feb. 11 Newfound Home 4:00 Feb. 14 Oxbow Home year. Although toiling through a dismal season-ending with a Jan. 25 Tues. St. Jay (A&B) -- Away 4:00 2-7 record with a 5:37 ERA, Valliant has been given a new Jan. 31 Men. Thefford-- Away 7:30 High contract. In 1983 Valliant will be pitching for the Expos' Class Feb. 3 Thurs. Montpelier-- Home 4:00 Oxbow AA team in Memphis. Last year he ended the season in Feb. 8Tues. BMU--Away4:30 ....i]r Jamestown, Class A, striking out 44, allowing 54 hits, 45 runs- Feb. 10 Thurs. Orford-- Home 5:00 names honor ruu 33 earned while walking 42 batters. Feb. 14 Men. Haverhill (A&B) --Away 3:45 BRADFORD YOUTH SPORTS reported a successful youth soccer program for fourth through sixth grade. Thirty-two kids started the program with a like number completing play under the direction of Mike and Rich Claflin. Basketball coaches for the grade school were chosen along with chairmen for various projects including Junior High Basketball Tournament, Junior Varsity Tournament and Alumni Tournament. Feb. 17 Thurs. St. Jay (A&B) -- Home 4: 00 COACH A: Dave Johnson COACH B: Bob Valllant SKI TEAM Dec. 30 Thurs. Lyndon XC Jan. 8 Sat. Stow, Jan. 15 Sat. Lyndon Jan. 22 Sat. Burlington Jan. 29 Sat. Colchester Feb. 5 Sat. CVU Feb. 8 Tues. Girls Alpine NCU Feb. 9 Wed. XC -- L.R. Feb. 11 Fri. Boys Alpine-- Mad River Feb. 12 Sat. XC -- Stewe Feb. 14 Mon. Girls Alpine States Middlebury Feb. 15 Tues. GirlsXC States Middlebury Feb. 16 Wed. Boys State TBA Feb. 17 Thurs. Boys State TBA Feb. 18 Fri. Boys State TBA VARSITY COACH: Mike Cailanan J.V. COACH: TBA FENCING Nov. 21 Sun. UVM -- Away Dec. 4 Sat. USFA Orono -- Away Other dates to be announced Bates College Dartmouth Community Club Worchester Polytechic Institute St. John's Prep School Concord-Carlilse Regional School U.S. Fencing Association COACH: Nessa Flax ASSISTANT COACH: Rex Burroughs BRADFORD-- The principal at Oxbow High School has announced the names of those students on the first semester honor roll. Students in bold face type are cited for high honors. GRADE 12 Judy Augustine, Carolyn Brooks, Patti Cushing, Tena Davidson, Astrid Egerod, Karen Flan- nigan, David Johnson, David McLam, and Peter Patch. Also, Suzy Pierso n, Jody Pratt, Joyce Putnam, Christine Rogers, Tammy Sarazin, Heidi Smit, Doreen Smith, David Stever, Christine Thurston, Andy Tomlinson, Cynthia Underhill and Laurie Williams. GRADE II-- Deborah Balcom, Charles Barton, Laurie Bruleigh, Scott Carson, Susie Davis, Mrie Dempsey, Martha Dobbins, Faith Flye, and Dennis Perry. Also, Sandy Perry, Daphne Sanborn, Kris Search, Scott Torrey, Sheila Williams, Kimberly Winot, and Jerry Smith. GRADE 10-- Brigitta Bradford, Heidl Hood, Lisa Kulikowski, Becky Ledwith, Dennl Pratt, Sharon Randall, Sherri Tomlinson, Penny CONGRATULATIONS TO OXBOW HIGH SCHOOL and its field hockey coachesfor putting on a very successful Field Hockey Finals a couple of weeks ago. Four out of the last five years Oxbow has been chosen by Vermont officials to host the event and they did another bang-up job. Volunteer help came from the girls participating in Olympian field hockey along with many parents. All six teams participating had favorable comments of the day's organization. AFTER WATCHING only one year of limited field hockey play, I've decided that along with skill and determination, you have to be just a little crazy to play the sport. To an uninformed observer like myself it looks as if the winning teams have little or no regard for their bodies as they go after that elusive ball. BASKETBALL JUST AROUND THE CORNER with the Wondsville Engineers getting off to an early start with a game against tough White Mountain Regional December 1. Both the girls and boys team will see action. Of the other schedule received, Oxbow boys will open against a new op- ponent at home, Mascoma Regional while the girls will travel to tough Hanover. 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Orford schools announce IflNTERESTINGFACTthe sticks of gum EdwardGRADE D'Agostino,9--Kelth Button,Ben .,,,.,z Americans chew in a year's Davis, Sarita Dobbins, John INTERES honor roll students time were placed end to end Dwyer, Tim Ford, Ryan The average:!lll they could circle the earth Grow, Chris Haviland, Nieole once every seVP |, w ORFORD-- The principal at Hazen, John Miyares; Grade more than 35 times. Johnson, and Harvey dunngsleep, tlcd Orford Schools has an- 8, Deborah Hoisington, Kin Knobloch. nounced the following students named to the honor roll during the first marking period. MIDDLE SCHOOL First Honors-- Grade 5, Sara Palifka; Grade 6, Tammy Giesing, Terri Welch; Grade 7, Brenda Giesing. Second Honors-- Grade 5, Bonnie Strout; Grade 6, Adam Dyke, Jennifer Dyke, Thomas Harrington, Douglas Hoisington, Ken May, Lori Pierson, Cynthia Thomson; Smith. HIGH SCHOOL High Honors Freshmen, Paul Barnes, Sbeena Giesing; Sophomores, Alice Barnes, Anne Miyares; Seniors, Paul Miyares. Honors-- Freshmen, Cheryl Cloud, Andrew Handelsman; Sophomores, Charles Bean,, Jayme Chapin, Nancy Tullar; seniors, Nancy deLangis, Yvonne Garrett, Brett Gould, Marcus Harrington, Jenny Perry.