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The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Jan. 26, 1983 - 7 High School wrestlers drop- in their next to last week season Adolfo Gonzales, ~haw, Victor Trevino and Todd of their individual providing a bright spot in the record. r, Stanwood outlasted the Ea- with only J1erry Wesson to Arlington's total, in this week's double winners. fen his match by forfeit, but the as a part of his individual Thursday, Dan Wake- Andy Mason added wins for By Paul Johnson boys JV basketball team week, improving their to 6-8, after getting off to a start. The young Eagles got past 63-49, and Stanwood, Eagles dropped games to Oak adale, Roosevelt (Seattle) and they turned themselves up with three consecutive December 23 the JVs teir first win. downing Sedro- the first meeting of the two From there they were on a mg Lake Stevens, 54-39. and 50-39, in their next two I Arlington. Mason, a freshman, pinned his opponent in the heavyweight division. Arlington's youth may account for their losing record, but valuable experience has been gained by many young wrestlers this season Gonzales is a freshman like Mason, while Freeman and Wakeland are both sophomores. The valuable exper- ience may become exposed more clearly when the team travels to the district tournament in Mount Vernon on February 4. They'll get their final tune-ups in this Thursday and Saturday, Jan. 27 and 29. against Ferndale and Anacortes, respec- tively. In the first week of the new year, Mount Vernon and Bellingham each outscored the team in close contests, dropping the Eagle record at that time to 3-6. January 1 l, in the only game that week, the Eagles pulled out a two-point victory over Burlington, 49-47. Losses to Sehome and Marysville preceded by a week last week's wins over Sedro-Woolley and Stanwood, bringing the overall JV record to 6-8. Sophomores Mike Kinney and Willy Wiersma have been the biggest producers on the squad throughout the season, with varsity crossovers Darrel Bussard, Joe Marsh, Rich Elsberry and Eric Norgard also providing some punch, And if you like a little extra hustle, five-foot-five sopho- more Kevin Coghill adds to the action. Eagle grabs ball SIX FOOT CENTER Brenda Souther reaches for a rebound last wcck to lead the Eagles to a 53-41 victory over Scheme. The win x~as a rebound for the whole team who the wcck before lost their first two matches of the vear to Bellingham and Burlington. Another victory over Scdro-Woolley, 57-43. on Wednesday put the Eagles into ;5 two-way tie fl)r first place in the Northwcst League Pictured hcrc are Vicki Ransbottom (#21). Lori Carlson (#23) and ('aptain Bridgcl Mansur (#20). on High senior Brenda Souther ~rsonal record Monday night points to lead the Eagles to a over the Stanwood Spartans. s win was the teams' third in a 9sing two .. the only blemish in OUtstanding season. Scheme Jan. 17 their first two losses of the ;]" Bill Welsh. 627-212; Ed -213; Barney Spielman, 592- Carl Hoglund, 584-209; i74-212; Doyel Buchanan, Steve Weissenfluh, ackie Coole, 565-221; Bob err, 547-192; Was Ottman, 538-195; ey, 536-181; Roy Strotz, 535- Hakenson, 534-191; Jack 4; Jim Flagg, 527-191. Jo Bernethy, 523-178; man, 522-183; Donna Brooks, ~lolyard, 509-180; Sandy Deneise Becker. 506- Chris Riker. 503-190; Val t Taylor, 499-202; Gaynle Cherrie Murphy, Carlson, 490-I75; Barb Candy Cindiff, 477-191; 477-166; Gall Campbell, Seniors Murel Osborn, 522-200, Paulin 514-193; Virgil 176"! Don Grow. 467-163: !~-176; Hjalmer Espe. 460- ~ete Magnusson, 460-168; r, 459-167, 457-169. Dorothy Carlson, 482- 458-181. Juniors ~1: Dave Guthrie, 567-193, b Kellogg, 534-190; 4Ed-92- 2-202; Howard Lyon, 464-176; Jeff Hatfield, McKenzie, 416-178) Renee Rathert, 442-164; 405-159; Chrissy Turner, Tidwell, 353-128; Carrie -113. Bemtams Darin Rathert, 481-185; 424-147; Martin Van Dennis OrL 366-130; am, 300-109. Brandi Mann, 336-141; 306-113; Chris Saul, Seay, 299-124; Jennyfer selected Association of Chiefs selected Snohomish County e to serve as a and Training ~.ng 1983. of the committee is to ucation and training issue Chief" magazine. The for conduct- training sessions at :nce. Wheel Chair Rental Crvtches * Wnlkers Ave. 435.5771 Y season, the Eagles took on the league- leading bucket brigade of Scheme and trounced them. 53-41. "All the kids played really well,'" said Coach Donna Torpey. "We had a good defense which wc hadn't had in a while." Fou! trouble which had plagued center Souther was not a problenl, said Torpey. "She was playing with more control...not going for rebounds when there was a potential foul situation" The Eagles got off to a slow start but quickly cattght up and led from the half. SouthCr scored 18 points; followed by Lori ('arisen. 12; Kelly Riker. I1: and Bridget Mansur and Vicki Ransbottom, 6 each. Scheme has the second and fourth high scorers in the league, noted Torpey, who had bccu a~eraging 18-19 points a game. The defense held them to 10 and 13 points, rcspectivclv. Sedro-Woolle), Jan. 19 The (ubs of Scdro-Woollcy fared no better last Wednesday dropping a second game it) the Eaglcs ,q7-43. The Cubs tried a more "'physical" approach to this second llleCling, said Torpcy. "Thcv tried to intimidate us." she said. "but it didn't ~. ark." Soulhcr pulled down 27 points, while Riker scored 12: Ransbotlom had 7: Mansut. b; ('arlson. 4 and Eiko Olson. I. Stanwuod, Jan. 24 MclttOlie~jff ;.5 xerv close g~lme \,,ith tht., Spartans on Dec. 13 were fresh on the Eagles' minds Monday night as the teams met in Stanv, ood, but it turncd ouI the Spartaus wotdd never come that close again. Their one-point loss to Arlington a month ago turt|cd into a six-point loss this time around as the Eagles defeated Stanwood. 56-50. ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL Jan. 26 .... ...................... FERNDALE 8 p.m. Feb. 3 .... ....................... at Anacortes 8 p.m. WRESTLING Jan. 27 ....................... FERNDALE 6:3o p.m. Jan. 29 ........................ .. ANACORTES I p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL Jan. 25 ........... " ................ at Ferndale ap.m. Feb. I ......................... ANACORTES a p.m. WE SUPPORT YOU: Harrison Jewelers Arlington Plug Justice Auto Body Shop Ai's Auto Wrecking Frontier Bank Ikntlaaf FDI Oison's Saw Shop Bradley Manufacturing Smokey Point Concrete, Inc. Smokey Point Travel Mary's Minuteman Service Lee E. Olson, O.C, McFarland Cascade Pole and Piling Jerry's Bulldozing Nodhwest Hardwoods, Inc. Cords Battery & Marine Coast to Coast eJair Averett flnws hmnmt* Gnmp Arlington Pharmacy & Gifts Boylinar Mackenzie Specialty Casting Waller Funeral Home Cascade Medical Center Pharmacy Grendura Styling Salon Bank of Stenwood Wood-n-Link Fence CO. Malady Lanes Sa tle-Rrst National Bank Arlington Vadoty Arlington Clothing AdinlPon Shall I I I II ~11 I I I[ Arlington Feed and Farm Supply Johnny's Grand Central Stuff and Junque Arlington Floral & Gifts Lion's Den Ram Realty and Construction Arlington Stationers Nelson Distributing Arlington Transmission Summit Timber Oso General Store Murphy's Feed CO. Inc. John Honkon Chevrolet Tires Unlimited Smokey Point Sales & Service Action Sports Ben's Chryder - Plymouth Arliqten Auto Parts Mode O'Day Ellis Studio & Post Cord Co. 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