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4 - The Arlington TIMES - Wed., June 3, 1981 Legion baseball begins - Arlington's pre-season openers lost Losing both ends of a doubleheader is a terrible way to start the 1981 American Legion baseball season. The Arlington American Legion team was lucky the doubleheader it dropped to Snohomish May 30. at Arlington's Evans Field, didn't count on its record. The pre-season exhibition games gave Coach George Blacker a chance to test several players at various positions before fielding his regular season starting, nine. Blacker relinquisted the helm of the legion team, Ib to 18 years old, last season after 15 years, but decided to rejoin the action in 1981. Snohomish out hit Arlington to capture the first game 10-5. then behind the strong pitching of Roger Holguin smother- ed the home team 4-1. Unable to practice more than four times before the first contest showed when one player was unsure who occupied the opposite position. The team has a few more recruits yet to join. including Darrington's Doug Lenker who pitched the Loggers to the high school Class B State baseball championship last week- end. Holding a 3-1 lead going into the sixth inning Snohomish capitalized on mental and fielding errors to score seven runs in the final two innings. Arlington relief pitcher Paul Dockendorf i i ii iii i i i i gave up two walks, then was stung for two doubles to drive home three of the sixth inning's four runs. Snohomish drove in three more runs on three hits in the seve(nth, one was Jeff Pulliam's second double in two innings. Arlington hitters finally connected with Brian Ramberg's pitches in the sixth inning to enjoy a four-run inning. The bats fell silent again in the seventh inning and Arlington went down in order. Ramberg took the win and Arlington's first pitcher Jay Carlson was the losing hurler. Snohomish out hit Arlington 13 to 8. Arlington hitters: Tracy Lason. 2, Mike Tilton, 1, Dave Bunkelman. 1. Dennis Struiksma, 2, Pat Opel. 1, and Carlson. 1. Snohomish 4, Arlington 1 Left-hander Roger Holguin threw a three hitter against Arlington in the second game to help Snohomish sweep the doubleheader. Holguin forced Arlington batters to either hit the ball into the dirt or pop up most of the afternoon. Somewhat wild. Holguin walked seven batters while striking out eight. Arlington's pitcher Brett Davis led off the fourth inning with a single and later scored the locals lone run. At that point the score was 2-1 until Snohomish drove home two insttrance runs in the bottom half of the sixth. Davis threw well, allowing seven hits and striking out 10 Snohomish batters. He held the visitors to two runs until the sixth but never received offensive support from his teammates, who were baffled at the plate by Holguin. Tiredness struck Davis in the late innings, giving up three straight hits when his pitches started to rise high above the knees in the sixth and giving up three walks in the seventh before retiring the side. The walks were the only ones allowed by Davis who had excellent control throughout the game. He struck out seven of the first 12 batters he faced. Arlington hitters: Davis. 1. Tracy l.ason, 1. and Mike Tilton. 1. Last year. Arlington made it to the district playoffs, but this year Blacker is left with a lot of inexperienced legion players. He believes'the players can surprise a few teams and he'll be satisfied if the club makes it back to the playoffs again this season. Out At Home - Dave Bunkelman, catcher for the Arlington A0aerican Legion baseball team, receives a throw from second baseman Steve Duncan in time to force out Dean Bumgarner (1) of the Snohomish Legion squad during action May 30 at Arlington's Evans Field. Snohomish stopped Arlington 10-S and 4-1 in a pre-season doubleheader. Student athletes honored The 1981 all-sports banquet for Arling- ton High School saw the presentation of 58 awards to student athletes May 21 by their coaches. AI Lennox served as master of ceremonies and Cliff McCrath, Seattle Pacific University soccer coach, was the guest apeaker. Mothers of the athletes prepared the dinner. The only non-student award went to Wilbur Strotz. who was selected as the Arlington High School Sports Fan of the Year. 1981 Awards Football: Chris Johnson, inspirational; Ken Guinn, best blocker; Darren Peter- son. best tackler; Chris Goetz and Darryl Peterson, most improved; Dave Peterson, Mr. Offense; Darren Peterson, Mr. Defense; Troy Lane, Mr. Hustle; Darren Peterson, captain; and Tim Richard, rookie of the year. Volleyball: Alisha Potter and Sharon Harmon, co-captains; Jerri Ann Miears, most valuable; Kristi Van Putten, most spirited; and Deanne Kemp, most im- proved. Wrestling: Gary Niklason and Richard Senff, co-captains; Victor Trevino, blood'n guts; Rich Senff, wrestler of the year; and Gary Niklason received the Ray Welborn Award for being the most inspirational. Cross Country: Gary Niklason and Mike MacPherson, co-captains; Ty Carlson, Timber wins again Tuesday, May 26, the Summit Timber Women's team hosted the Chico Chi- ciquitas of Edmonds in a soccer match at Twin Rivers Park. The Chiciquitas were up for the game and hoped to avenge a 5-1 loss they had suffered at the hands of the Timber in the season's opening match. They took the opening kick-off and drove down for a shot on goal which was wide. Not to be intimidated, Sur~mit Timber countered with Claudia "Happy" Teague pushing a throw ball to right wing Nancy "the Gnat" Wicks who was flying down the touchline. Gathering in the ball, Wicks outran the defender, cut to the goal and slid a low shot under the keeper into the far side of the net, giving Summit a 1-0 lead with less than two minutes gone in the match. In the lbth minute Summit midfielder Gall "Worries" Campbell settled the ball then pushed it forward to left winger, Nancy "Cuddles" Hewer. Hewer crossed the ball to the center where Teague rifled a cannot shot into the back of the net. Staying with its basic punch and run style of play the Chictquitas picked up its lone tally in the 31st minute when a striker was able to beat keeper C, isela "Kami- kaze" Dickson with a low shot to the right. in the second half Summit Timber held the advantage, remaining constantly on the attack and with excellent play created several fine scoring chances. In the S6th minute Teague trapped the ball down with her back to the goal and while pivoting, got off a tremendous shot that the leaping keqper just managed to get a hand on and push over the crossbar. The final was 2-1 in favop of Summit Timber in a well deserved win. An exceptionally strong game was turned in by the back four defenders, Linda "Chuckles" Jones. Delores "Buttons" Thompson, Pam "'Easy-Rider" Klein and Frieda Swartz. Streak continues Clarence Kohl and Ken Root each scored a goal to lead the Stillaguamish Soccer Club to its sixth straight victory, a 2-1 decision over Unigard Life of Edmonds May 29. The Stilly offense applied heavy pres- sure on the Unigard defense early as it continually kept the ball in the defensive zone. The pressure paid off when forward John Speed*s short shot was blocked but left winger Root was there to knock in the rebound for a i-0 lead. Later in the half mid-fielder Kohl scored what proved to be the deciding goal as he followed up his own blocked shot to slip the rebound between the goalkeeper and the near post for a 2-0 halftime lead. Unigard managed to overt a shutout as they tallied with less than 10 minutes remaining to tie up the match. Stilly was able to control the ball and run out the clock to raise its spring record to 7-1. Left winger Root scored his sixth goa~l of the season. Kohl added his fifth. Forward Speed registered two assists on the night, to give him eight. Oso upsets Bryant The Oso girls' softball team's stunning eight-run first inning kept Bryant in a daze long enough to win an upset 12-6 May 28 in Oso. Bryant handled Oso easily earlier in the season, but showed little offense until the final inning Thursday evening. Oso held a 12-2 lead going into the sixth inning when Bryant powered across four runs far short of the needed 10 runs to tie. Bryant 21, Arlington 12 The Bryant girls' softball team picked up two or more runs in every inning except the fourth to roll over the Arlington girls 21-12. Arlington's main scoring outburst came in the third when nine runs crossed the plate. They picked up three more in the sixth. After Bryant's pitcher Trace Schmidt walked the first two batters in the third, Arlington ripped eight consecutive hits to drive in nine runs before Bryant I [lilll I I I " I [ I I --" I~l ARLINGTON PHA ACY . Wheel Chair Rental . Walkers retired three straight batters. Bryant hitters: Diana Holland, 1, Kelly REeker, 1, Tame Brown, 4, Pam Johnson, 3, LeAnn Husby, 2, Monique Nyegaard, 1, Toni Westby, 2, Diana Logan, 1, TracE Schmidt, 1, Sondra Richard, 1. 540 We=t Ave. 43~5771 r . inspirational, Kara Hart, most inspiration- al for the girls; and Jeanne Long. girl's captain. Girls' basketball: Margo Coulter, cap- tain; Robin Hollingsworth, inspirational; ,lerri Ann Miears, high point; and Lisa Carlson,-rebounder. Boys' basketball: Dave Peterson. cap- tain; Peterson, free throw; Mike Marken, rebounds; Ken Guinn, inspirational; and Frank Garrett, coach's award. Golf: Don Hansen. captain; and Mark Coghill. medalist, Boys' track: Frank Garrett and Bill Doggett, 1981-82 co-captains; Garrett. Burton Goodwill Memorial; Brent Barry. most improved. Girls' track: Lisa Carlson, captain; Yvette Ellis, most dedicated; Brenda Souther, inspirational; and Jerri Ann Miears, coach's award. Softball: Cyndi Baker, inspirational; Margo Coulter, captain; Sharon Harmon, most valuable; and Sheri Ruff, coach's award. Baseball: Scan Hartsock, captain: Brett Davis, inspirational; Jeff Cower. coach's award. Soccer: Gary Niklason and Dave Peter- son. co.captains; Niklason, inspirational: Shawn Hart and Ran Walcher, most improved; Jan Coffman and Darren Peterson, 1982 co-captains. Girls' tennis: Connie Tvrrell, most valuable; Joellen Olson, rookie of the year; JadE Camp, most improved; and Denise Boersema, inspirational. Boys' tennis: Mike Reitz, most im- proved; Lee Johnson, top singles player and captain. Members of the Arlington Eagle cheer- leading squad included Janice Bream, Darla Burton, Shelley Larsen, Tammy Jensen, Dixie Jira, Tara Hakenson, Krvsti Van Putten, Heidi Hoidal, Alyson R*oth and Michelle Sesby. THE DEPARTMENT OF VEHICLE LICENSING maintains an agency in Arlington, managed by MARY KNUDSON at her home, 325 Cobb Ave. Arlington - Phone 435-2250 Monday thru FridaY, 9 a.m. to 5:30 I~.~. FULL SERVICE, including Washington and out-of-state transfers, license renewals, monthly tonnage, estate tr~ins- fers, etc. Mrs. Knudson has been the agent for the Arling- ton area since 1955. cLive entertainment Friday. Saturday, and Sunday eAged T.bol~ & Porterhouse Steaks... Delicious eking Crab, Frqlsh Oysters, Ocean Fr~lh S4mfood eThick Cut Prim Rib. Garden Fresh Salad Bar Harbecue ai|on Fri. & Sat. nights and all day Sunday The LIGHTHOUSE INN ..d Pilot Room UNIQUE~ CHARMING AND Really GREAT FOOD Take the LaConner-Conway Ex'lt Vhe U~thou,eteCo..~, m.. off I-5 or Come by Boat o. the lwl~lli~ Dally 11:3~1 A.M., Sunday ! P.M.-Mldalght Chemml Joe Louis held the heavyweight championship longer than 20% ALL BAIIBALL 1QII Ve Prke/SILICTID SHOES Stillaguamish 435-9505 Men. thru You Are Invited to a... Fashion Saturday, June 6, 1981,1:00 P.M, Cakes & Coffee f~wi~ featuring Western clothes & boots Fashion Show for Men, Women and Children 1092 St. Come Worship with FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th & French, Arlington PASTOR: Gary Radmacher SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE .................. 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Bible Study ............ 7:00 p.m. All Welcome IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH 512 E 3rd St., Arlington, 435-2349 SATURDAY EVENING MASS .................... 5:00 p.m. SUNDAY MASS SERVICES .... 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. - PASTOR: Oliver Duggan - ST. JOHN MARY VIANNY CATHOLIC CHURCH Darrington " SUNDAY MASS .................................... 10:30 a.m. ARLINGTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2nd & Stillaguamish, Arlington, 435-2094 CHURCH SCHOOL ................................ 9:45 a.m. WORSHIP HOUR ................................... 10:50 a.m. WORSHIP & INSPIRATION ..................... 6:39 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Family Night .................... 7:00 p.m. WOMEN'S MINISTRIES (1st & 3rd Thurs.). 10:00 a.m. Cable TV Channel 8: Monday, g p.m.; Tuesday & Thurs., 7:30 p.m.;. 11 a.m. ARLINGTON UNITED CHURCH 4th & McLeod, 435-3259 PASTOR: Dr, Richard Connell SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:15 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP ............................... 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE ........... 7:00 p.m. BURN ROAD BIBLE CHURCH Little Red School House. 6.5 mi. from Arlington, 691-8863 Eohesians2:8,9 'For by grace areyesaved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God not of works, lest any man should boast." PASTOR: Ray Leonard SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 10 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP ................... 11:00 a.m. - 12 noon CHURCH OF JESUS OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon) Junction Highway 530 & Arlington Hgts: SACRAMENT MEETING. .9 SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... AUXILIARY MEETINGS (Relief Women, Priesthood, Primary). OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAH 615 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, PASTOR: Emery Rohde EDUCATION.. ........ WORSHIP. FREE METHODIST CHUI 730 E. Highland Dr., Arlington, PASTOR: Erie W. Wirth BIBLE SCHOOL ................... SUNDAY SERVICES ................ WEDNESDAY, Family Night, all ages ................................. SMOKEY POINT CHURCH Meeting at the Stiltag 18308-35th Ave. N.E., SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY ...................... SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .............. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE .............. WEDNESDAY, Bible Study ........... ' For information, call PEACE LUTHERAN cHUi 1717 Larson Rd. - Silvana " PASTOR: James Nyborg SUNDAY STUDY HOUR ........... .... SUNDAY WORSHIP HOUR... Nursery provE COM'MUNION: First and FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 4th & Dunham, Arlington SUNDAY- SCHOOL .................................... 11 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP HOUR ......................... 11 a.m. WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY MEETING ......... 8 p.m. Child Care You are lovingly invited SMOKEY POINT COMMUNITY CHURCH (Christian & Missionary Alliance) 17721 -35th Ave. N.E., Arlington, 659-2844 PASTOR: Michael S. Gower SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .................. 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE .................. 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY & BIBLE STUDY... 7:00 p.m. FArnt LUTHERAN CHURCH 1424 - 172nd St reet N.E. - Lakewood - 652-8013 PASTOR: David Herwick SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES ................ 10:00 a.m. VICTORIA CHAPEL (Bryant Grange Hall) PASTOR: Larry Haylett SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 a.m. SUNDAY WORSHIP ............................... 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY EVENING ............................... 6:00 p.m. Bible Study Junior Choir OSO COMMUNITY 22318 Hwy. 530 - Oso - PASTOR: David Hovik SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................ "'" MORNING WORSHIP ...................... WEDNESDAY, Bible Study ....... Nursery Provided SUNDAY EVENING, 6 p.m. (1st Su SISCO HEIGHTS 15029 McEIroy Road, Arlington, PASTOR: Darcy E. Haisley SUNDA~( SCHOOL. '"'" MORNING WORSHIP ...................... SUNDAY EVENING ..... WEDNESDAY HOME BIBLE S Staffed NurserY A Church of Prayer, . SEVENTH DAY Burke & Talcott, Pastor: Dean Edwards SABBATH SCHOOL .....................