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11C -- May 19,1974 'Sunday Gazette-Mail ·· Qxarteia. W*sJ Virginia fP*** 8 ^^ | Class AAA, Regions 3, 4 Results CLASS AAA, REGION 1 Individual Running 100: 1, Johnson, St. Albans (9.8, meet record; 2. Quails, Huntington (100); 3 Hanna, Barboursville (10.3); 4. Miller. Hurricane (10.4); 5, L. Smith, Logan 220: 1, Hanna, Barboursville (22.5- 2, Miller, Hurricane (23); 3, Vaughn, Huntington (23); 4, Trotter, Huntington (23.4); 5, Howley, Huntingion (23.4) 440: I, Atkins, Nitro (50.4); 2. Holley, Huntington i51.7); 3, Lengyel, Hunling- ton (52.4); 4, Oeerlng, Huntington (52.6); 5, Wilson, Huntington East (53 0) 880: 1, Riggs, Huntingion (2:01.9); 2, Holliday, Hurricane (2:02.8); 3, Kerns, St. Albans (2:03.6); 4, Cosby, Huntington (2:04.9); 5, Coiner, Hurricane (2:059) Mile: 1, Drinkard, Huntington East (4:33.6); 2, Carnahan, Huntington (4:35.1); 3, Sloan, St. Albans (4:36.1); 4, Home, St. Albans (4:39.4); 5, Varlan, Hurricane (4;43.5) 2-mile: 1, Douglass, Huntington East, 9:57, meet record); 2, Skollk, Huntington East (10:04), 3, McCuskey, St. Albans '.10:05); 4, Kline. St. Albans (10-10 2); 5 Varian, Hurricane (10:17.7) 180 low hurdles: 1. Crawford, Huntington (20.5); 2, Skinner, St. Albans (21.3); 3, Owens, St. Albans (21.3); 4, Martin, Nitro (21.4); 5. Ey, Huntington (21.4) '20 high hurdles: 1, Jarrcll, St. Albara (15.0); 2, Morton Hurricane (151); 3 Skinner, St. Albans (15.3); 4, Ey, Huntington (15-3); 5, Tyson, Nitro (15.7) RELAYS 440: 1. St. Albansl V. Johnson, Cunningham, Fortson, D. Johnson, 44.8) 2,. Huntington (44.9); 3, Nitro (45.7); 4, Hurricane (45.8); 5, Logan (46.2) 880: 1, St. Albans ( V. Johnson, D Pridemore Scores 18; John Marshall Romps Johnson, Cunningham, Harvey, 1:32.8); 2, Huntincton (1:33), 3, Nitro (1:36.1); 4, Hurricane (1:37; 5, Ripley (1:39.8) Mile: I, Huntington (Lengyel, Carnahan, Riggs, Holley, 3:32.9); 2, St. Albans (3:34.9); 3, Hurricane (3:40.4); 4, Nitro (3:41.8); Huntington East (3:43.3) 2-mile: 1, Huntington (Riggs, Williams, Csrnohan, Kendrlcks. 8:17.2); 2, St. Aibans (8:18.9); 3, Huntington East (8:19.1); 4, Hurricane (8:20.7); 5, Nitro (8:22.6) Shuttle hurdle: 1, St. Albans (Jarrell, Owens, 0. Johnson, Skinner, 58.7); 2, Huntingion (59.1); 2, Hurricane (59.8); 4, Nitro (1:01.1); 5, Barboursville (1:01.9) FIELD EVENTS Long jump: 1, Crawford, Huntingion (20-5 '/e); 2, Miller, Hurricane (19-11 /«); 3, Holley, Huntington (19-7); 4, G. Johnson, St. Albans (19-4%); 5, V. Johnson, St. Albans (19-2) High jump: 1, Arthur, Nitro (6-0); 2, Quails, Huntington (6-0); 3, Lewis, Hurricane (5-1;); 4, Shrewsbury, Nitro (5-10); 5, Fielder, St. Albans (5-10) Shot put: 1. Greaorv, Hurricane (55-9'/3, meet record); 2, Henry, Hum- BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) Pocahontas County won ton honors in eight of the 18 events to win the Region 4, Class AA track meet here Saturday and qualify seven individuals and four relay teams for the state track meet next weekend in Charleston. Greenbrier West was second w i t h 58 points, while Mount Hope was third with 35Vz. Ansted's Tom Pridemore scored 18 of his school's 22V2 points to take individual honors. He placed first in the 120 high hurdles and was second in the 100-yard dash, the low hurdles and the broad jump. Team scoring: Pocahontas County 60Vz, Greenbrier West 58, Mount Hope 35Vz, Fayetteville 29V 2 , Stoco 28, Ansted 22V2, Gauley Bridge 10, Marsh Fork 10, Cowen SVz, Sherman 7, Shady Spring 6, Sophia 5, Trap Hill 3, N u t t a l 2 and Webster Springs 2. State meet qualifiers: Pocahontas County, 7 individals and 4 relay teams; Greenbrier West, 8 individals and 3 relays; Mount Hope 3 individuals and 3 relays; Fayetteville, 8 individuals and 1 relay; Sto- co, 2 individuals and 3 relays; Ansted, 4 individuals; Gauley Bridge 3 individuals; Cowen 1 relay and 1 individual each from Marsh Fork, Sherman, Sophia, Trap Hill and Shady Spring. Warwood Captures Region 1 AA Meet MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) -- Defending champion Warwood collected 78Vz points here Saturday to win the Region 1, Class AA track meet and qualify 11 individuals and 2 relay teams for the state track meet. · Magnolia of New Martinsville was second with 62 points followed by Paden City with Warwood's Randy Beihl was the outstanding individual with 15 Vz points. He took first place honors in the 440-yard dash and the -pole vault. · Team scoring: Warwood, 78Vz, Magnolia 62, Paden City 46V 2 , Williamstown 44, St. Marys 29, Cameron 22, Wirt County 4, Hundred 1, Tyler County 1 and Pine Grove Valley 1. State meet qualifiers: Warwood, 11 individuals and 2 relay teams; Magnolia, 8 individuals and 4 relays; Paden City, 5 individuals and 4 relays; Williamstown, 7 individuals and 3 relays; St. Marys, 7 individuals and Cameron, 2 individuals and 2 relays. MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) - Here are the summaries from the Region 1 Class AA track meet held Saturday al John Marshall High School here: 100 - i, Robert Gatian, Paden City, 10.4. 2, Richard Gatian, Paden City. 3, Hertzog, Magnolia. 220 - 1, Richard Gatian, Paden City, 23.0. 2, Robert Gatian, Paden City. 3, Justice, Williamstown. 440 - 1, Beihl, Warwood, 51.1. 2, R. Jewell, Warwood. 3, Doak, St. Marys. 880 - 1, Lewton, Warwood, 2:04.7. 2, Jones, Magnolia. 3, Yeater, Paden City and Reidel, Warwood (tie). Mile - 1, Lewton, Warwood, 4:40.1. 2, Taylor, St. Marys. 3, McKenny, Warwood. Two mile - I, Clemont, Warwood, 10:30.2. 2, Mike Taylor, St. Marys. 3, Matt Taylor, St. Marys. 120 high hurdles - 1, Williams, St. Marys, 15.5. 2, Casto, Williamstown. 3, Jeff Carey, Cameron. 180 low hurdles - 1, Casto, Williamstown, 21.1. 2, Anderson, Magnolia. 3, Williams, St. Marys. 440 relay - 1, Williamstown, 46.7. 2, Cameron. 3, Paden City. 880 relay - 1, Paden City, 1:34. 2, Magnolia. 3, Williamstown. Mile relay - 1, Warwood, 3:36.5. 2, Williamstown'. 3, Magnolia. Two mile relay - 1, Magnolia, 8:40.3. 2, Warwood. 3, Paden City. Shuttle relay - 1, Magnolia, 1:01.5. 2, Cameron. 3, Paden City. Shot put - 1, Swords, Magnolia, 47-8. 2, Armstrong, Wiiliamstown. 3, Mayfield, Williamstown. Discus - l. Doe, Warwood, 142-11. 2, Armstrong, Williamstown. 3, Dent, Magnolia. Broad jump - 1, Hahn, Magnolia, 201%. 2, R. Jewell, Warwood. 3, Herrick, Magnolia. High jump - 1, Moore, Magnolia, 6-0. 2, Williams, St. Marys. 3, Seever, Williamstown. Pole vault - 1, Beihl, Warwood, 11-6. 2, McKenzie, Warwood. 3, Mathews, Cameron. Borg Paces Sweden Win BAASTAD, Sweden (AP) A doubles victory by Bjorn Borg and Ove Bengtson gave Sweden an insurmountable 3-0 lead Saturday against Poland in the Davis Cup European Zone Section A tennis quarterfinals. Borg and Bengtson defeated Wojciect Fibak and Tadeusz Nowicke 6-4, 6-8, 6-1, 6-4 to clinch Sweden's triumph in the best-of-five series. Sweden will face Holland in the semifinals next weekend. MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) -- (AP) -- Here are the summaries from the Region 1 Class AAA track meet held Saturday at John Marshall High School here: 100 - 1, Wood, John Marshall, 10.4. 2, Reed, Wheeling. 3, Thomaselli, Brooke. 220 - 1, Wood, John Marshall, 22.9. 2, Reed, Wheeling. 3, Spencer, P a r k e r s b u r g South. 440 -- 1, Spencer, Parkersburg South, 52.7. 2, Stewart, Brooke. 3, Basham, Parkersburg South. 880 -- 1, Schwing, John Marshall, 2:03.5. 2, Marhall, Triadelphia. 3, Moore, John Marshall. Mile -- 1, Mercer, Parkersburg South, 4:35.4. 2, Wilson, John Marshall. 3, Howard, John Marshall. Two mile -- 1, Clark, Wheeling, 9:51.4. 2, Mercer, Parkersburg South. 3, Pugh, Oak Glen. 120 high hurdles -- 1, Meyer, Triadelphia, 15-0. 2, Manypenny, Oak Glen. 3, Hudkins, Parkersburg South. 180 low hurdles -- 1, McMurray, ParkersNirg South, 20.5. 2, P. Kuzio, Oak Glen. 3, Ruckman, John Marshall. 440 relay -- 1, John Marshall, 45.2. 2, Parkersburg. 3, Triadelphia. 880 relay -- 1, John Marshall, 1:34.6. 2, Triadelphia. 3, Parkersburg South. Mile relay -- 1, John Marshall, 3:39.5. 2, Wheeling. 3, Parkersburg. Two mile relay -- 1, John Marshall 8:26.3. 2, Triadelphia. 3, Parkersburg. Shuttle relay -- 1, Parkersburg South, 57.8. 2, John Marshall, 3, Parkersburg. Shot put -- 1, Pettit, John Marshall, 54- llVz. 2, Leon, Brooke. 3, Pennie, Weirton. Discus -- 1, Pettit, John Marshall, 154- 2. 2, McCoy, Triadelphia. 3, Johnson, Parkersburg. Board jump -- 1, Manypenny, Oak Glen, 19-5Vz. 2, Ruckman, John Marshall. 3, Hutton, Oak Glen. High jump -- 1, Amedro, John Marshall, 6-4.2, Henderson, John Marshall. 3, Foggin, Parkersburg South. Pole vault -- 1, Richards, Parkersburg 12-6. 2, Cain, John Marshall. 3, Henderson, John Marshall. cane (48-7); 3, via. Huntington (45-24), 4, Drake, Hurricane (44-2V4); 5, Potter, St. Albans (44-2'/) Discus: I.Gregory, Hurricane(148-2); 2, McKce, Huntington (142-11); 3, Hughes, St. Albans (127); 4, Gribben, Hurricane (126-3); 4, Sayre, Ripley (125-4) Pols vault: 1, Gribben, Hurricane (12-0); 2, Brown, Nitre (11-6); 3, Collins, Nitro (11-6); 4, tie Fry, Huntington (11-0); and Johnson, Hurricane (11-0). TEAM SCORING Huntington 90 St. Albans 6V Hurricane SBV^ Nitro 35 Vj Huntington East , 21 Barboursville 16 Ripley 2 Logan 2 STATE MEET QUALIFIERS Huntingion -- 17 individuals, 5 relays Hurricane -- 13 individuals, 5 relays St. Albans -- 12 individuals, 5 relays Nitro -- 5 individuals, 4 relays Huntington East -- 3 individuals, 1 relay Barboursville -- 2 individuals. CLASS AAA, REGION 4 Individual Running 100: 1, Geiger, East Bank (9.9, ties meet record); 2, Jones, Stonewall (10.2); 3, Washington, Dunbar (10.0) 4, Wong, East Bank (10.4); 5, Washington, Charleston (10.3) 220: 1, Washington, Dunbar (22.2); 2, Jones, Stonewall (22.3); 3, Galloway, Charleston (22.5); 4, Wilcher, G. W (22.5); 5, Callender, Stonewall (234) 440: 1, Cook, Charleston (51 0); 2, Ward, G. W. (51.4); 3, Courts, Charleston (51.8); 4, Griffith, Stonewall (53 2); 5, Simmons, East Bank (53.6) 880:1, Courts, Charleston, 1:59.2, meet record); 2, Gresham, G. W. (2-01 6); 3 McMillen, South Charleston (2:02.7); 4, Graham, DuPont (2:03); t, DeVere, G. W. (2:03.2) Mile: 1, McMillen, South Charleston (4:30.5, meet record) 2, Loeb, G. W (4:36.4); 3, Dotson, DuPont (4:38.8); 4, Woodruff, G. W. (4:41.2); 5, Jividen, Dunbar (4:41.3) 2-mile: 1, Dotson, DuPont (10:12.7); 2, Woodruff, G. W. (10:31.2); 3, Althouse, South Charleston (10:38.2); 4, Hughes, Charleston (10:44.7); 5, Thornapson, Sissonville (10:49.5) 180 low hurdles: 1, Geiger, East Bank (19.8); 2, Easley, Stonewall (20.6); 3, Siemon, Stonewall (20.6) 4, Miller, G W (21.0); 5, Boxley, Dunbar (21.0) 120 high hurdles: 1, Geiger, East Bank (14.4); 2, Easley, Stonewall, (15.2); 3, Mohler, G. W. (15.3); 4, Jones, DuPont (15.5); 5, Wingate, Hoover (17.4) RELAYS 440: 1, Stonewall (Slaughter, Callender, Johnson, Jones, (43.7) 2, Charleston (44.4); 3, Hoover (45.5); 4, DuPont (45.6); 5, East Bank (46.3) 880: l, Charlston (Washington, Mosely. Cook, Calloway, 1:31); 2, Stonewall (1:32.7); 3, DuPont (1:34.3); Herbert Hoover (1:34.6); 5, Est Bank 1:35.6) ,/ile: 1, George Washington (DeVere, Wilcher, Gresham, Ward, 3:30.2); 2, Charleston (3:30.5); 3, Hoover (3:34.8); 4, DuPont (3:46.3) 2-Mile: 1, DuPont (Stevens, Graham, J. Dotson, Perry, 8:16.6); 2, George Washington (8:42.1); 3, Stonewall (8:34); 4, Sissonville (8:45.1); 5, Herbert Hoover (8:50) Shuttle hurdle: 1, Stonewall (Siemon, Joyner, Overstreet, Easley 58.2); 2, DuPont (58.9); 3, Charleston (58.9); 4, Hoover (1:00.4) FIELD EVENTS Long lump: 1, Johnson, Stonewall (20-7'A); Calloway, Charleston (20-4H); 3, Wesley, Stonewall (20-2%); 4, Woolwine, South Charleston (19-7'/j); 5, Overstreet, Stonewall (19-5V») High lump: 1, Buchanan, Stonewali (6-0); 2, Carte, Hoover (MO); 3, Black, Charleston (5-10); 4, Clay, Hoover (5-8) Shot put: 1, Mooney, G. W. (52-3'/); 2, Markham, Charleston (49-9); 3, Bennett, Dunbar (46-9%); 4, Toller, Charleston (45-6); 5, Gaines, Stonewall (44-10) Discus: 1, Casto, Sissonville (138-6); 2, Hicks, Stonewall; 3, Ware, Charleston; 4, Gaines Stonewall; 5, Mooney, G. W. Pole vault: 1, Teel, Hoover (12); 2, · Francis, G. W. (10-6); 3, Matson, South Charleston (9-6) SPECIAL EVENT Masters mile: 1, Don Miller (4:43.6); 2, Roger Backus (4:48.6); 3, Woody Sharp (5:08.2); 4, Ernie DeVol (5:24.4); 5, Red Bowman (5:25.7) TEAM SCORING Stonewall Jackson .'64 Charleston .55 George Washington L.47 DuPont 30 Herbert Hoover 24 East Bank 23 South Charleston 17 Dunbar'. 13 Sissonville 9 STATE MEET QUALIFIERS Stonewall Jackson - 11 individuals, 4 kkrelays Charleston -- 10 Individuals, 4 relasy George Washington -- 10 individuals, 2 relays DuPont -- 4 indlvuduals, 5 relays Herbert Hoover -- 3 Indiduals, 4 relays South Charleston -- 3 individuals East Bank -- 4 individuals Dunbar - 3 Individuals Sissonville -- 1 individual, 1 relay Boiarskys Can Claim Title As Champion Bowling Family The Boiarskys can lay claim to being the champion bowling family in the Kanawha Valley this season. Jack Boiarsky, his wife Dorotha and their sons Dave and Carl- tca all were on league champion bowling teams. Dave gave the rundown: "My dad's team won a roll-off for the Elks League championship. My mother's team won in the Monday Matinee League at Robin Lanes. My brother Carlton and myself were on the Boiarsky Produce team that won in the Good Fellows Leape." The Boiarsky team beat the Pro Sport Shop in the Good Fellows roll-off. Dave showed the way with 259-650 while Mitch Abraham added 236-621 and Tony Cerullo had 224-609. Other team members are Carlton Boiarsky, Nick Ciccarello and sixth man Frank Capehart. High for the Pro Sport Shop was Steve Lickliter with 213-613. Dave Boiarsky led the Good Fellows League with a 201 average. "That has been one of my goals -- averaging over 200," Dave said happily. Don Ronk nosed out Gene Crews for the high average in the Electric League. Ronk had a 190.255 average while Crews had 190.104. Crews rolled the league's high series of 714 while Ski Cukrowicz turned in the top game of 297. Oakwood Pharmacy was the champion team. The Modern Coating and Painting team composed of Coy and Betty Engle, Nora Sovine and Emmett Jones defeated the Hall and Pruden team in a roll-off for the Dunbar Saturday Mixed League title. Jones had a 237-609 series and Coy Engle rolled 236-548. The losing Hall and Pruden team were led by Jack Pruden with 255-612 and Conley Hall with 208-554. The Bud's Boys team had to bowl a whopping 3,059 actual series to beat Perry's Nationwide Insurance team, which had 3,010 pins, in the Boulevard Industrial Leape roll-off. The individual scores were: Bud's Boys -- Tony Cerullo 695, Bob Long 633, Albert Whittington 472, Don Cooney 671, and Lanny Lanyi 588. Perry's -- Phil Bender 647, Mel DeVol 509, Gene Mynhier 611, Herb Hively 595, and Jack Perry 648. * * it NuWay Cleans Up in Keglers League Other bowling leape champions include: Keglers League -- The NuWay Cleaners team of Rosemary Hager, Lucille Stuart, Virginia Petry, Betty Colvin and Aileen Repass. Cardinal Belles League -- The Mark V team of Janice Rucker, Lucille Ferrell, Barbara Pinkerton, Ruth Taylor and Connie Bowen. The league banquet will be held at Humphreys Pine Room. Towne 'n Country Early Bird League -- The Cat Birds team of Louise Davis, Averill Higgins, Dot Owen and Carolyn McKinney. Monday Matinee League -- The New River Supply team of Irene Laing, Dot Boiarsky, Coa Kincaid and Ruby Hiles. Venture Channelettes League -- The Bill's Card Shop team of Frances Sanford, Mary Lou Ross, Helen Hoskinson, Ginny Bryan and Edra Driggs. Girl Friday League -- The Rookies team of Linda Bird, Janice Holstein, Debbie Bird and Jo Ellen Graham. Kanawha Valley Girls League-- The Finely's Pharmacy team of Lillian Eberle, Jerry Corkhill, Reva Chandler, Gerry Dick and Minnie Phelix. Venture Early Birds League-- The Strikettes team of Betty Johnson, Edna Arbogast, Jeanne Squires and Nina Williams. His 'n Hers League-- The Bob Morris Wrecker team of Bill Seacrist, Sis Fields, Max West, Larry Fields and Cuddy Thomas. Wednesday Night Couples League-- The Dum Dum's team of Sandy Risher, Marion Majchrzak, Don Risher and Mike Majchrzak. Saturday Night Foursome League-- The Four Angels team of Nellie Valentine, Ina Holley, Al Jarrell and Bill Valentine. Local Bowling Scores Womtn Bowler League Score Connie Sowen, Cardinal Belles...206-539 Marcia Halstead, Keglers 211-586 Diane Melton, Keglers 225-570 Beverly Williams, Freedom 544 Valerie Smith, His'nHers 200-584 Zeta Dolin, Townette 512 Rosie McKnight, Townette 218-478 Linda Ashworth, Kan. Val. Girls 529 Jerry Corkhill, Kan. Val. Girls 519 Gid Tinsley, Ten Pinners 511 Pete Pate, Vent. Early Birds 211-599 Helena Evans, Vent. Early Birds....528 Rose McCormick, Robin Classic.220-591 Carolyn Payne, Robin Classic 556 Mary Wells, Robin Classic 242-533 Lillian Matheny, Tue. 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