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champion of the 9-10-year-old, 65 lb. class, grapples with an oi)ponent that title. (Ocle photo) !;i C enroute&apos;to claiming Some of the trophies awarded to 15 teams Saturday. al Pee Wee Wrestlers t 15- ream Tournament County Pee Wee Boosters in conjunction County Parks Commission, the second annual Pee nl Tournament Dec. 3 's High School. totaling 237 young West Virginia, Ohio and competed for first-, third- and fourth-place 40 weight classes. Compe- excellent in almost every and many are planning next year. 1 below are individua first fo rth-place results: r: 45 lb. -- Trampus County), Shannon rs -g YMCA), Bill do1 , Willie Childress - Alan Furr (Pleasants erry Williams (Vienna), (New Kensington), Huck (Waterford); Jeremy Cochran Mike Mason (Williams- Hodges (Ripley), (Vienna); Eric Butler (Pleasants an Lyons (Pleasants bie Smith (Waterford), (New Kensington); 'oblv Ray (South Park- Western County); Todd Rothwell (City hris Smith (Pleasants Pryor (Newport); Derek Swank (New Shane Smitley (Lubeck), ), Jeff ), Jason Butler (Pleasants Hall (Western Wash- Matt Scripps (New John Conroy (New John Dickel (City Park), (Parkersburg YMCA), arcs (Western Wash- Chad Swartz {New Jason Poynter (Pleasants Scott Parsons {Western Col y) Jason Rhodes 'al n! ton County), (Ne Kensington); Charles Kresko (New Jason Barton (Mineral Dowler (Williams- Anthony (Vienna); Dale Fatchet (New , Kevin Booher (Ripley), Wnsend (Mineral Wells), Fay th (WilUamstown); Jason Swarr (Williams- Beighley (New Jason Francisco ersburg), Nick Meeks om ty); itc]die Tuttle (Parkers- , CA), Kris Lindsey <ld Ruble (Newport), an Camp (South Parkers- -- Jered Foggi (Ripley), Larr st rn Washingto 60 lb. -- Doug Rexroad [ YMCA), Brent Nell 1/-- John Lucas (Riplcy), iramons (YMCA), Brian YMCA), Ivan Arnold Ronnie Ratliff (Ripley), (Western Washington an Fluharty {Lubeck), (Western Washington Matt Johnson (Western Count,) Sean Rey- ew Kensm ton), Brian (Y}/ I, Rick Dunbar (Lubeck); 80 lb. -- Joey Schott (Waterford), Rob Durbal (New Kensington), Aaron Cameron (Williamstown), Eric Hersman (Ripley); 85 lb. -- Bill Cody (Williamstown), Joe Hefner (Pleasants County), Steve Kellar {Williamstown), Dave Koreski (YMCA); 90 lb. -- Gary Tuttle (YMCA), Thad Krescho (New Kensington), Vinca Tolson (Waterford), Billy Hess (New Kensington); 95 lb. -- Clifford Butler (Pleasants County), Jimmy Asbury (Vienna), Ron Blandford (New Kensington), Shawn Kostic (New Kensington); 100 lb. -- Joey Anderson (YMCA), Thorpe Salvucci (Spencer); 105 lb. -- Matt Casto (Williams- town), Aaron Fleming (YMCA); 115 lb. -- Cecil Rice (Ripley), Sean Francisco (South Parkers- burg); Unlimited -- Heath Eddleblute (Western Washington County), Randy Baker (Western Washington County), Dan Winters (Ripley), Adam West (Western Washington County); 13 & 14:70 lb. -- Steve Brown (YMCA), .,-Mark Scripps (New Kensington); 75 lb. -- Todd Moore (YMCA), Jamie Butler (Pleasants County), Francis Whipkey (Waterford); 85 lb. -- Will Cross (Pleasants County), Jerry Knopps (Spencer); 90 lb. -- Billy Hughart (Pleasants County), Rod Moore (Spencer), Paul Huck (Waterford); 95 lb. -- Dave Taylor (YMCA), Rex Workman (Spencer); 100 lb. -- Brian Knotts (Western Washington County), Sam Tolson (Waterford); 105 lb. -- Steve Hall (Pleasants County); 115 lb. -- Randy Henthorne (Western Washington County), Mike Callahan (New Kensington), Jim George (Western Washington County); 120 lb. -- Dave Quesenberry (YMCA); 130 lb. -- Troy Eddleblute (Western Washington County), Bobby Kelly (Spencer), Dewayne Hicks (Riple'); Unlimited-- Jimmy Goodson (Ripley), Chad Ray (South Parkers- burg), Vaughn Dodrill (Eastwood), JeffRohrer (Waterford). Team results: Eastwood -- one third place; Lubeck -- three first places, one third place, one fourth place; Mineral Wells -- one second place, one third place; New Ken- sington- three first places, six second places, three thLrd places, six fourth places; Newport -- one second place, two third places, two fourth nlaces; Parkersbu'rg YMCA -- eignt first places, five second places, three third places, one fourth place; Pleasants County nine first places, four second places, one fourth place; Ripley -- four first places, ,two second places, two third place one fourth place; Spencer -- five second places; South Parkersburg -- one first place, two second places, one third place, one fourth place; Vienna -- two second places, two fourth places; Waterford -- one first place, three second places, five third places, three fourth places; Western Washington County -- six first places, five second places, four third Hang handbags and belts from large shower curtain hooks on closet rods. places, two fourth places; Williams- town -- three first places, three second places, three third places and one fourth place. December 9, 1982 . ST. MARYS ORACLE Wrestling Blue Devils To Debut Saturday The 1982-83 wrestling team will debut Saturday in a dual match with the Yellow Jackets of Spencer at the Roane County site. Nearly two dozen hopefuls have been reparing the season opener since ov. 8 and will be ready to display their talents against Little Kanawha Conference competition instead of each other. The Blue Devils will have competitors in every weight class this year instead of depending on the lightweight classes to offset forfeits in the heavyweight division as was the case in 1981-82. Some classes this year have several boys competing for the starting nod which indicates that it's possible a good wrestler may be forced to sit out a match. The squad of 22 has a nearly equal number of seniors and fresh- men with juniors and sophomores filling in the gaps. A dozen players return from last year's squad and will give the team a considerable amount of experience. Coach Bill Brizendine has broken down the squad according to weight category with the first named participant the probable starter for the inaugural at Spencer: 98 lb. -- Billy Beaver and Steve Carpenter; 105 lb. -- Lester Hughart and Todd Elliott; 112 lb. -- Jeff Hughart, Steve Alkire and Tony Hanson; 119 lb. -- Phil West; 126 lb. -- Mike Everett; 132 lb. -- Jeff Templeton; 138 lb. -- Larry Childers, Mike Cox, Billy Taylor and John Shearon; 145 lb. -- Teddy Taylor, Tom Jeweil and Dan Kimball; 155 lb. -- David 'Cross; 167 lb. -- David Trader; 185 lb. -- B. J. Brammer and Chris Weekley; unlimited -- Mike Smith. Lester Hughart is a returning letterman and also a state champion. A pre-season scrimmage was held Nov. 30 at Harrisville with the Hill Ends Season Former St. Marys High School track and cross country standout Tom Hill recently completed his first season as a member of the Cedarville (Ohio) College cross country team. Hill, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill of Rt. 3, St. Marys, was the number one runner for the Yellow Jackets as a freshman. He was the top finisher for the team in six out of eight meets, and he placed in the top three overall in three different invitationals. One of those top finishes was when he captured the individual championship at the Ohio Northern University Invita- tional. Hill, who is a pre-engineering major, was one of two varsity runners to qualify for the NAIA Nationals, which was run in Kenosha, Wis., Nov. 20. Unfortun- ately, he was forced to sit out that meet when he came down with a slight case of mononucleosis. That illness also caused him to miss the NCCAA (National Christian College Athletic Association) Nationals the week before. Cross Country Coach Elvin King is looking forward to the return of Hill next year. He will be the top performer from a good nucleus of runners to come back for the 1983 season. Coach King says, "Tom is an inspired runner who possesses excellent leadership qualities." Hill will be running this spring for Coach King on the Cedarville track team. The cross country team enjoyed a better season than what was expected in the early part of the year. The experience of the veterans, along with the young and raw talent of the newcomers, were molded into a successful team. The harriers finished the latter part of their season by placing third in the NAIA District 22 Meet and fourth in the NCCAA Nationals. Those two strong performances will help to propel the team towards another good year in 1983. Cedarville is a Baptist, liberal arts college located in southwestern Ohio, 25 miles east of Dayton. The school has an enrollment of approximately 1730 students. N STOP IN FOR COMPLETE DETAILS CAVAL I E R MALIBU 10.9 A.P.R. FINANCING ON ALL NEW 1982 CHEVROLET CARS & TRUCKS 150 CARS & TRUCKS IN STOCK STOP IN TODAY 3B BLAZER Devils winning 12 matches, losing  eight and tying two. Several of the local grapplers were forced to wrestle out of their regular weight classes as the Gators were heavily laden in the area of 145 lb. and upward. The Devils were able to hold their own against the larger boys which will toughen them up-or the opposition on their own leveU once comvetition begins. > Nine schools will compete for the: LKC championship, andBrizendine feels that Williamstown, a team: that lost only three members of its:: title team last year, will be the:: team to beat with second place a, toss-up between his own Blue: Devils, Spencer and Calhoun. Doddridge and Ravenswood are expected to be better, and Harris- ville will be much improved. Wirt is: not expected to be as strong overall:; while Ripley, a triple-A team, is an unknown quality at this point. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER of,  the Soldiers team at Marletts Christian School, Marietta, O., i the school's pre-seasen basketball tournament held Nov. 27 was Job Barnes, who is shown with tbe trophy he received. : Barnes is a senior at tee school and is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Owens of Rt. 3, St. Marys, ENT CHEVETTE CITATION CELEBRITY SAVIN UP TO $3300 Based on a '9000 Joan for 48 months, the Intorost savlnls between 10.9% and 17% ex- ceed.1300. Plus McCIMto. Chevrolets discounts up to':lO00 on selected models. C N N 40014mo1 KEEP THAT GREAT GM FEELING WITH GENUINE GM PA.RTS ?th & Ubwty Streets- Pmtmrsburr00 W.V. 2