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Portsmouth, New Hampshire
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Wednesday, September 22, 1976
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1U- Portsmouth Herald (N.H ) Wed., Sept. 22, 1976 By Larry Favinger What ever happened to those nicknames given various football teams of portions thereof? You know what I mean--the Four Horsemen or the Seven Blocks of Granite? We just don't have those kinds of players or names around at the college level in modern times. That's too bad. The late Vince Lombard) of Green Bay Packer fame was one of Fordham's Blocks. So was Alex Wojciechowicz. Wojciechowicz, 61, is a real estate broker and appraiser in Highlands, N. J. But he remembers well his years of playing football at Kordham. "My three greatest thrills were the three straight 0-0 games with Pittsburgh in 35, 36 and 37," he said recently. "They had the dream backfield and we had the dream line and it was a stalemate for three years," the consensus All-American center of 1936 and 1937 said. "Those three games proved what football is all about." Wojciechowicz, who played 13 seasons of professional football with the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles, said there is "a tremendous difference between football in my day and now." He explained. "Once we got in the ball game we dreaded to get out--we hung in as long as we could. I loved to go down on the kickoff just as much as making a tackle--I guess these kids would too--but it's a better game today. It's a much faster game and I enjoy it much better than in years gone by." He was elected to the college and pro football halls of fame, to the Polish National Hall of Fame which includes Stan Musiel and to the F'ordham Hall of Fame which includes Lombard! and baseball great Frankie Frisch. Wojciechowicz is only some 10-15 pounds over his playing weight of 240. In his spare time he enjoys fishing and golf along with horse racing. "Life has been very good to me," he asserted. When you look around the college football scene you just can't find groups on which to hang fancy names like those of the 1930's. But it isn't surprising. You can't find football pbyers like Lombard! and Wojciechowicz either. Warriors gain overtime win SALEM -- Sophomore Greg Janetos' goal midway through the first overtime period gave Winnacunnet High School's soccer team a 3-2 come-from- behind victory over Salem here yesterday. With the score tied 2-2, Win- nacunnet was awarded a corner kick just as three minutes had expired in the first overtime frame. The Warriors' Tim Foster lofted the ball into the Salem goalmouth, where it Sanborn shuts out Epping KINGSTON -- Sanborn High School notched its first soccer win of the year with a 2-0 shutout of Epping here yesterday. Brewster of Sanborn scored what proved to be the game- winning goal with 11:30 gone in the first period. Chapman added an insurance goal with seven minutes played in the third quarter. Both goals were assist- ediyWard. Sanbom also outshot Epping, forcing goalie Miles Sinclair to come .up with 17 saves, against 10 for Eddie Nestor. Sanborn ha'd four corner kicks, while Epping took just two. The win gives Sanborn a 1-4 overall record so far, and a 1-2 mark in conference play. With yesterday's game, their first shutout of the year, they move into third place in the conference behind Newmarket and Tiraberlane. Epping, now 0-6 on the season and 0-3 in the conference, ranks fourth. Sanborn next hosts Farmington Friday, while Epping plays at home against Pittsf ield. WALSH'S FURNITURE WHERE EVERYDAI^ SALE DAY STATE ROAD 439-1070 KlTTERf.Maint deflected off a defender, and Janetos headed it into the right side of the net. The unassisted goal was Janetos' second score of the day, since he sent the game into overtime with 9:43 gone in the fourth period. Playing on the forward line, he took a pass from Don Eaton and fired out of a crowd in front of the Salem net, to tie the game at 2-2. Earlier, his brother John Janetos had tallied the first Winnacunnet score with an assist from Greg. With just 1.-17 of the third period expired, Winnacunnet took an indirect kick from outside the Salem penalty area. Greg Janetos tapped the ball to his brother, one of Winna- cunnet's co-captains, who shot it into the right hand side of the net despite the attempted save by Salem goalie John Lecolst. Salem had jumped off to a 2-0 lead during the first half, even though Winnacunnet had kept the ball in the other team's end of the field most of the time. Both goals were scored on breakaways, as Salem's fast forward line proved too much once they got the ball from the defenders. Salem's Ken Butler picked up the first goal at 8:26 of the first period, and Rick Reid added the second score at the 6:48 mark of the second quarter, when Winnacunnet goalie Dana Mullen had no chance. For the game, Lecolst of Salem had 17 saves, while Mullen made 10. The victory gives Winna- cunnet a 2-1 record on the young season, and a 2-0 conference mark. Coach Don Foote's Warriors dropped the season opener to Newmarket, but' defeated conference opponent Pinkerton before heading into yesterday's game. Winnacunnet, Exeter and Salem are now locked in a battle for the conference lead, as the Warriors and Exeter both sport 2-0 conference records, and Salem is 2-1 in league play. Pinkerton and Portsmouth trail the conference. On Saturday, Winnacunnet travels to Pinkerton seeking its third straight conference win. Luis Tiant claims victory No. 20 Conference soccer matches Exeter and Newmarket were among the Seacoast area teams which recorded important conference victories yesterday. At left, an Exeter player moves the ball upfleld against two Portsmouth defenders during the Blue Hawks' 2-1 win over the Clippers. At Conference leaders right, Newmarket forward Gary Pomeroy, in striped uniform, challenges a Timberlane player en route to the Mules' 3-2 overtime win against the Owls. (Staff Photos) Exeter hands Clippers fifth defeat By LARRY FAVINGER Herald Sports Editor It isn't easy to always come close but never win. In fact, it's darn hard. It's frustrating. That's the kind of year the Portsmouth High School soccer team is having. Frustrating. Yesterday the Clippers lost their fifth game without a victory this season. Exeter High School turned the trick, 2-1. The victory pushed the Blue Hawks into a first place tie in their conference with Winnacunnet. The Warriors, 3-2 victors over Salem yesterday in overtime, and Exeter each have 2-0 records in the conference. The Hawks are 3-2 overall, having lost to Farmington and Oyster River. Portsmouth has now lost four games by a goal, three by a 2-1 score and one 1-0. The other was a 4-1 licking administered by Exeter. Yesterday's game was in the usual mold. The Clippers played fairly well but not well enough. "The team's getting better. We pass better b u t . . " coach Dick Carmody said following the finaljjun. Defense is usually Ports, mouth's strong point but it wasn't yesterday. "We got no support from our fullbacks today," Carmody asserted. "Now I know what teams feel like that lose one-run ball games." Exeter earned the victory by continuing to come at tne Clippers. Goalie Joe Pongrace was forced to make 11 saves for Portsmouth, several outstanding. One diving stop was applauded by Ed Hersom, the Exeter goalie. Hersom had 10 saves but only one, in the final period, was testing. Mike Noonis turned a shot joose from right in front which Hersom took in the stomach. He went down but held on. Hersom got an assist on the first Exeter goal at 7:20 of the second period when he lofted a high punt toward the PHS goal at the complete opposite end of the field. The ball hit in front of fullback Jeff Shannon, bounced over his head and over the Newmarket tops league by downing Timberlane leaping Pongrace toward the now empty net. Joe Pearce charged into the scene and directed the ball into the cords for the goal. Exeter made it 2-0 at 9:10 of the third period off a corner kick when Tom Tufts' shot went off the head of a PHS fullback into the net behind Pongrace. The Clippers tied it at 16:40 of the stanza when Allen Tucker passed to right winger Chris Efstathiou and he rolled it into the far, lower corner. Coach Chet Willey's team returns to action Friday in Exeter against Salem. That is an important conference battle, as the surprising Blue Devils are right behind Winnacunnet and the Hawks, having lost only one game. Portsmouth travels to Derry Thursday to battle Pinkerton Academy. BOSTON (AP -- Veteran Luis Tiant scooped up the fourth 20-game victory season of his long career while flirting with a no-hitter and setting a club season mark in strikeouts, but all he wants to do is just keep on pitching. "I don't lie about my age," said the ageless righthander Tuesday night after the Boston Red Sox trounced the Milwaukee Brewers 7-1 in the first game of a doubleheader. Milwaukee came back to take the second game 3-1 before a crowd of 17,796 at Fenway Park. "I don't lie because I wish to be 50 and still pitching," said the Cuban-born Tiant, now 20-11, the best record of the Red Sox, who hold down fourth place in the American League East after winning the pennant last year. Tiant tossed a total of 113 pitches, but enough were on the mark for home plate umpire Nick Bremigan to call 12 strikeouts. "He had good command of his pitches, very good command," Bremigan said of Tiant, who walked only one Milwaukee batter. "Everybody was really pulling for the old man," said first baseman Cecil Cooper, who chipped in with his 15th home run of the year, driving in three runs in a four-run eighth inning. The bearded, stocky Tiant, who always lights up a long cigar after a game -- whether he wins, loses or has the night off -- hurled hitless ball until George Scott, a former Red Sox, tripled to center in the seventh inning with one out. Scott later scored when Mike Hegan grounded out. "He was throwing as good as I've seen him in awhile," Scott said. "Anytime a guy gives up three hits and strikes out 12, he's pitched a hell of a game." Tiant began his professional career in 1959 with the Mexico City Tigers of the Triple-A Mexican League, where he worked for three years. He pitched for six years with the Cleveland Indians of the American League, posting a record of 21-9 in 1968. He came to Boston in 1971, and has since won at least 20 games in 1973 and 1974. His father, Luis Sr., who got permission to come to the United States last August and for the first time saw his son pitch major league baseball, was a pitching star with the New York Cubans prior to the Fidel Castro years. The younger Tiant, who bristles when his age is mentioned and has chastised writers for dwelling on the subject, weathered a five-game losing streak in July. Since July 30, however, he has racked up a 10-1 mark. "When I got to 15,1 thought I had a chance," he said. "I was pitching better in September." Alex Grammas, Milwaukee manager, said his team had just run into a good pitcher. "What can I say, that Tiant pitched a hell of a game?" Grammas said. "There's no question about it. He had a good everything." Boston catcher Carlton Fisk, who said he feels he and Tiant work together as well as any battery, said, "I wouldn't have wanted to hit against him tonight. I .would have just been hacking, just like everyone else." Milwaukee starter and loser Bryan Haas, Q'-\, gave up the first three Red Sox' runs. Butch Hobson doubled in a run in the fifth inning, Miller reached base on a walk in the sixth, second and eventually scored from third on-a sacrifice fly by Fisk in the sixth and Hobson singled home a run in the seventh. In the eighth, Fisk singled in a run and uncorked his three-run homer to cap the scoring. Hobson and Fisk each drove in a pair of and Jim Rice smacked two doubles and also scored twice. Milwaukee's victory behind Jim Colborn, 9-14, in the second game snapped a seven-game winning streak for Boston, the team's longest the season. · FIRST GAME MILWAUKEE · . BOSTON ab r h bl \ ' ab r h-bi 1 :f 4 0 0 0 Burleson ss 3 0 0"0 rf 3 0 0 0 Dillard 2b b 4 1 1, 0 RiMiller cf Joshua Lezcano GScott Hegan Porter DThomas Yount Tjohnson Gantner Haas Castro Kobel h 4 0 0 1 Ystrmski d h 3 0 0 0 BLee p r If 3 0 0 0 Fisk c 3 0 1 0 Cooper Ib 2b 3 - 0 0 0 Rice If ' 3b · 3 0 1 0 DEvans rf 0 0 0 0 Hobson 3 b 0 0 0 0 Tiant p O'O 0 0 30 l'3 1 Total 4 1 2 p 1 1 0,0 3 0 0.0 0 1 O'O 3 1 1 4 1 1 3 2 Z.O 3 0 0.0 4 0 2--Z 0 0 0 Total 30 1 3 1 Total 28 7 B.J Milwaukee 000 000 100--.-3 Boston ' 000011 14x-- 7 E--Porter, Tiant 2. DP--Milwaukee 1, Boston 1. LOB--Milwaukee 3, Boston 'V. 2 B--Rice Cooper O.Evans, 2, Hobson. 3 B--G.Scott. HR-(15). SB-7-Lezcano, RiMiller. S-- RiMiller. "SF--Fisk. IP H 61-3 1 2-3 (L.0-1) GAME BOSTON Haas Castro Kobel Tiant tW,20-ll T--2:18. SECOND MILWAUKEE ab r hbi Yount . ss 4 0 0 0 Heise CMoore c 3 1 1 0 Dillard Ib 4 0 0 0 RiMiller r f 2 1 0 1 Ystrmski If VI 0 0 DGriffin dh 2 0 0 0 Cooper c f 3 0 0 0 Rice 2 b 4 0 1 2 DEvans 3b 3 0 1 0 Hobson p ff 0 0 0 Whitt Kreuger R ER BB SO 3 2 4 5 3 3 1 - 1 2 0 ''O 1 A? GScott Lezcano DThomas Sutherlnd Bowling Heidemn Gantner, Colborn i 26 3 3 3 Total 34 1 «vJ 010 000110---3 000 010000---1 i, Boston Total Milwaukee. Boston . ' · E--C.Moore. DP--Milwaukee 1. LOB--Milwaukee 5, Boston 6. 2B-- C.Moore, RiMiller. HR--Whitt (1). SB,-- D.Evans. S--Sutherland 2. SF--Lezcano. IP - H R ER BB SO Colborn (W,9-14) 9 9 1 1 0 7 Kreuger (L,1-D- 9 3 3 3 6 1 T--2:02. A--17,796. By TIMOTHY BREWSTER Herald Sports Writer NEWMARKET -- Seacoast soccer fans don't know what pressure means, until they've watched Newmarket High School win in overtime on its home field. That's what happened here yesterday, when Newmarket had to fend off a determined Timberlane club for a narrow 3-2 overtime victory, in one of the best games played in the area so far this season. With the win, Newmarket gained a solid hold on its schoolboy soccer conference, turning back the toughest competition in the league. Newmarket now sports an unbeaten 3-0 record for first place in the conference, and a 5-0 overall season mark. Friday, the Mules clash with traditional rival Oyster River, which is also 5-0 on the year and 30 in its own conference, following yesterday's 3-0 shutout of Spaulding. Oyster River has now held opponents scoreless in its last four games. Newmarket's win over Timberlane was anything but easy. The two teams battled for 82 minutes, before the Mules emerged as one-goal victors on a penalty shot by Chris Desjardins during the first overtime period. With the score tied 2-2, Desjardins had a scoring opportunity on a breakaway in front of the Timberlane goal. He was tripped in the penalty area, giving Newmarket the only penalty kick of the game, and fired a shot neatly into the lower right corner of the net, past diving goalie Bob Lang. That goal, Desjardins' second of the day, settled a contest in which both teams were behind at various stages, but kept coming back for more. Timberlane jumped out to a 1-0 lead with just 1:51 gone in the opening period, on an unassisted goal by winger Mike Ward. Timberlane was given a throw-in from the sideline near midfield, and inside forward Tom Peterson turned the ball upfield. It went off a Newmarket defender, and Ward hit a shot into the right side of the net past goalie Tom Nelson. Timberlane's 1-0 lead lasted less than four minutes, though, before Newmarket evened the score at l-l on a goal by left inside Gary Pomerpy. Desjardins sent a good lead pass to left wing Bob Puchlopek, who crossed to Pomeroy on the right post. Pomeroy drove a shot to the lower left side of the net, to tie the game with only 5:28 expired. The two squads fought it out until late in the second period, when Desjardins scored to give Newmarket a 2-1 halftime lead. Fullback Larry Averill sent a pass up to right wing Pat Mitchell, who passed to Desjardins near midfield. From there, Desjardins dribbled around a Timberlane defender and headed down the sideline, crossing the ball into the goalmouth from the right corner A pass fror.. Myron White went to Pomeroy and back to Desjardins, who fired a shot into the right side of the net. Newmarket stayed ahead through v the scoreless third period and nearly had the game wrapped up, until Timberlane sent the game into overtime by scoring with just 16 seconds left to play in regulation time. Inside forward Frank Torrey tallied unassisted out of a crowd in the Newmarket goalmouth, on a shot that got by Nelson and went into the left side of the goal. Statistically, Newmarket led throughout the game by taking eight comer kicks against three for Timberlane, and booting just 11 goal kicks while the Owls had to kick from their goal area 21 times. Lang had 12 saves for Timberlane, against nine for Nelson. But the play on the field was a lot closer, as both sides continuously threatened to penetrate. After they exchanged scores in the first quarter, Newmarket began to keep the ball in Timberlane's end of the field more, with the home team's defenders holding Timberlane off. Halfbacks Steve Bernier and Ray Brown both played well for Newmarket.. The fullback line of Larry Averill, Mike Onufrak and Jason Carmichael turned in a solid performance, while sophomore standout Paul Brangiel had his best day playing as a sweeper in Newmarket's 4-2-4 system. Goalie Nelson was called upon to make just three legitimate saves during the first half. Newmarket came alive after Desjardins' first score gave them the lead, and that continued in the third period as Newmarket took a series of four quick corner kicks, the last of which was headed just wide of Timberlane's left post by Puchlopek. Play evened after that, but Newmarket nearly scored on its kick-off play to begin the fourth quarter. Desjardins lifted a long pass in the air to Pomeroy, who raced downfield and forced Lang to make a save on a header. That set the tempo for the period, which was all Newmarket's until Timberlane scored. Nelson made several good saves*during the overtime, his best coming in the final minutes of the game when he came out to thwart a breakaway by kicking the ball aside. Tiant wins 20th Luis Tiant, veteran right-hander for the Boston Red Sox, won his 20th pitching victory of the season Tuesday as the Sox beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-1 in the first game of a doubleheader in Fenway Park. Tiant walked only one batter 1 on his way, to recording the win. (AP Photo) ' . J " *.. , Braves, Warriors sign first picks Bold Forbes, winner of the 1976 Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes, was purchased as a yearling for $15,800 at a Kentucky thoroughbred auction. Fourth consecutive shutout recorded by Oyster River IF YOU WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS, IF YOU DON'T WANT TO DRINK THAT'S OUR BUSINESS -- Call -ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 436-8000 0 R T £ THE BODY SHOP ··* 653 Islington St., Ports. 431-6622 Open Till 5:30 COLLISION EXPERTS Ejfiiiiator TIM FRANCOIS ' Available 7:30 to 5:30. We do quality repairs and refinishing on all makes of cars--American and Imported. AT THE BODY SHOP "WE DO IT ALL" DURHAM -- Oyster River High School's soccer team recorded its fourth consecutive shutout here yesterday, blanking Spaulding High School of Rochester 3-0. The win gives Oyster River an unbeaten 5-0 overall record and a 3-0 conference mark heading into Friday's home game against Newmarket, which has an identical season following yesterday's 3-2 overtime win Clipper frosh tied by WHS Freshman football teams from Portsmouth and Winna- cunnet High Schools battled to a 0-0 standoff Saturday. After the regulation game ended one overtime inning was played after which the coaches agreed to call the game a tie. WHS had a threat moving to the PHS three as the first half ended. Portsmouth returns to action Oct. 2 hosting Dover. "Hopefully our offense will be better then" coach Bill Murphy. Portsmouth's team had been out just five days prior to the Winnacun- net game. · against Timberlane. Goalie Mark Ragonese had to make just eight saves on the way to preserving his fourth shutout, while Tosteson of Spaulding was forced to make 12 saves in addition to the three shots which got by him. York tops Marshwood runners YORK -- York High School's cross country team defeated Marshwood by a 23' / 4-31'/i score here Tuesday. Brian Theriault of York finished first with a time of 15:02, followed by Jim Geary of York and Lee Grant of Marshwood, who tied for second place. Third was Darrell Woods of York, followed by M. Buckley of Marshwood, K. Morgan of York, V. Veino of Marshwood, D. Long of Marshwood, M. Anderson of Marshwood and D. Pease of York. York's next meet is Saturday at Massabesic High School in South Waterboro. Oyster River's Rick Taft scored his first goal of the year to break open the game in the second period. Left wing Mark Trafton sent a long cross to Taft on the right wing, and he banged it into the net from close range. The Bobcats scored again in the second period, after left halfback Mike. Sassner fed Trafton with a long lead pass up- fleld. The ball went between a Spaulding fullback's legs, and Trafton hit a shot which went past Tostenson into the lower left corner of the net. Forward Mark Benin put the game out of reach in the final quarter, with an unassisted goal. The ball dropped out of Tostenson's hands, and Bonin dribbled it into the net's lower right corner. Oyster River preserved the shutout for the remaining minutes, as fullback Dan Jenkins prevented Spaulding from scoring on its best opportunity late in the game. Ragonese had come out of the net on a chip shot, but the ball squirted out and a Spaulding forward fired a line drive shot which Jenkins kicked a way. By The Associated Press It was a happy day for the Buffalo Braves and Golden State Warriors, but it was a day the New York Nets would rather forget. The Braves and Warriors announced the signings of their first-round choices in this year's National Basketball Association draft, while the Nets received a letter from one of the top players in the game saying he didn't plan to report to training camp until his contract problems are settled. Adrian Dantley, who led the U.S. Olympic basketball team to a gold medal in Montreal this summer, agreed to a multiyear contract with the Braves. "It was a generous contract," said Dantley, who added that he would get a bonus if he completed nine credit hours he needs to obtain a degree from Notre Dame, where he starred for three years. Parish, a 7-foot-l center from Centenary, joined the Warriors, along with forward Sonny Parker from Texas AM. Both were first-round picks. But, the confrontation between Julius Erving and the Nets overshadowed the signings. "There must be an end to the notion that contracts freely negotiated are binding only on the owners, not on the players," said Nets owner Roy Boe in a statement after receiving a letter from Erving that he wouldn't report because the club won't renegotiate the terms of a seven-year, $1.9 million contract signed in 1973. That contract is worth approximately $230,000 in salary for the 1976-77 season, plus an additional $3,600 for living expenses and the. opportunity to earn another $60,000 in incentive bonuses. · Elsewhere in the NBA, Pat Riley of the Phoenix Suns announced his retirement after nine years in the league; the Denver Nuggets said they were negotiating with veteran Willie ! Wise and traded guard Claude' Terry to Buffalo for a 1977 draft' choice; the Atlanta Hawks' signed No. 2 draft-pick Bob doesn't report he couiri h" B Yi£S Carrington of Boston · CoUege t orluspVnded m ^ plus veteran .forward Dick. Gibbs and fifth-round draft pick Ron Washington Sta.te~ and the Milwaukee Bucks weita reported ready to buy all" outstanding shares of the team r for $8 a share, giving major owner. James F. Fitzgerald moreauthority. ., The'' Nets 'and Erving are' scheduled to report for teajn* photos .Thursday and workouts- are to begin on Friday at.' Manhattanville College Purchase, N.Y. If Traip tops Wells, Winnacunnet KITTERY -- Traip Academy's boys cross country team defeated Wells and Winnacun- net in a triangular meet here Tuesday. Traip had the low score of 31 points for the meet, followed by Wells with 31 and Winnacunnet Berwick Registration rolls Over foriceprogram Dover with 64. In the girls meet, Winnacun- net beat out Traip by just one point, to win by a 29-30 margin. Wells trailed with 74. . Scott Estes of Traip was first across the finish line in the boys Lame Ducks YORK -- The York Youth Hockey Association will hold registration and orientation Oct. 1 at the Village Fire Station at? p.m. The groups's annual swap sale of used hockey equipment will also be held at that time. The program includes Mites (up to eight-years-old), Squirts (9-10), PeeWee (11-12), Bantam (13-14) and midgets (15-17). Anyone interested in coaching or refereeing or has any questions concerning the program should call 363-4367 or 363-4646. DOVER -- Former Exeter High School soccer player John Czajkowski scored one goal as Berwick Academy rolled to a 5-0 shutout of Dover here Tuesday. D.J. Paul led the Berwick scoring with two goals, while Peter McBride and Jed Sutler added one apiece. Goalie Mike Waghorne had 15 saves for Berwick, while Dover's goalie had to make 27 saves. Berwick next hosts North Yarmouth Academy, Saturday at 2 p.m. Team S P.Moore 1 R.Trueman 3 S. Emery 7 S»Garland' 9 C. LaFernier n J. Fletcher 13 M. Drew 2 B. Ford 4 B. Kilgore 8 M. Hodgedon 10 P. Furbish 12 N. Wilson 14 D. Plaisted 6 ' C. Guay · 1 W 8 6 6 6 6~ 6 2 2 ' 2 2 2, ~ meet, finishing with a time' fit"' 14:39. Kelly Dodge of Winna- cunnet was second, followed bv ' two Wells runners, Bob Winn and Tim Watt. " . , . Fifth was Carl Delano '£*· Traip, followed by Dave L£ ' Pomte oCJraip, Chuck Cha*.- urneof Wells, Andy McCdn- nell of,. Winnacunnet, Tracy and Mike Dickin^n, Second went;" to, Joanna Prepgrass'a" .Winnacunnet, and third Dion L. buay · . ' ' u o , High Single: N. Hopley 12S. High Triple: S. Garland 319 300 Club: R. Tru«map'305. S. Garland 319, J. Fletcher 306. K.' Sutherland 300 · 100 Club: P. Fgrblsh 101. O. While 113, P. Moort.108, C. Guay 104, J. Fletcher'111//R. Trueman 114, S. Emery 101-100; H. LaPoInu 105, S. Garland 120-101, P. Dlxon 102, L. Potvin 104, L. Seaward 105, K. Sutherland 109-100, J. Moulton 102-116, N. Hopley .125, O. : Woodworth 111 ,, . Fourth 'was Tracy Nelson Winnacunnet, followed Sandy Osborne and ,Shaw, derbush of Wells, Traip. T ' * Traip's next meet f or th e bovs' t"l «L rlS u tcams is FridayTt 1 Kehnebunk. * ·"· · , f : «

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