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P iil¸ 's a nice way to end the season ! HAPPY ENDING -- Surprise is one of the key elements in the world of sports, and coach Mon- ty Parratt and his Marysville Junior High Thunderbirds put the strategy to good use as they wound up their 1983 season on a winning note last month. With overtime looming in a scoreless deadlock involving the eighth grade T-Birds and the visiting Ex- plorer team of Mukilteo that Wednesday of November 2, Par- ratt called for a "mis-direction" play "where one back goes one way and the other goes the other." Enough of the Explorer • defense was caught fiat-footed in the closing minutes to set Craig Iversen free on a 20-yard touchdown romp as the Thunder- birds wound up their season with their fourth straight victory -- all that after losing the first two games of the schedule. Brian Whittall, with James Hill holding, kicks the two-point con- version to provide the finishing touches in an 8-0 win against Ex- plorer. J, voted to the All- teams for year, was honored awards at Central niversity's fail sports senior, a 1979 was voted the player for 1983 as one of the captains. an All-American last year, and the still feel they have material in defensive play of the Wildcats to an 8-2 straight year the earned Evergreen District One all- graduate Gerald Den- ~., graduate Paul DeGross, also Captain awards. a season record for vote DeGross as team's MVP down linemen with 65 tackles and was at, or near, the head of the class in several other categories for the~recently completed season. He recorded four and a half quarter- back sacks for a total of 46 yards in losses to rank far above the rest of his teammates. The 46 yards in losses he pinned the opposition with was nearly half of the 95-yard total the entire Wildcats' team accumulated. DeGross was a constant threat against enemy quarterbacks, also leading the Wildcats in "hurries" -- with 14. He ranked third in quarterback "flushes" with five, and was sixth in blocked passes with three. Final official statistics for the Wildcats showed senior Brian Frauenholtz, a member of the same Tomahawks lineup before the two enrolled at Central, finished w~th the best third-down pass completion percentage of the three quarterbacks. He directed the team to important first downs 12 times on 27 attempts for a 55.5 average. Frauenholtz, a 1980 Marysville grad, was the second-leading over-all passer on the team, completing 27 of 61 aerials for 438 yards and a 44.3 percent completion average. Greg Olson completed 50 of 104 aerials for 745 yards and a completion percentage of 48.1. Frauenholtz had the better touchdowns-per-pass average when he connected for five. Olson threw for six. Scoreboard BOWLING SCOREBOARD State Street Swingers Mignone Church 218, 536; Hazel Ar- buckle 504; Vickl Velo 200, 529; Misfits Verda McGuin 209, 566; Jan Griffin 555; Vicki Trout 200, 519; Barbara Fox 6-7. Strawberry Blossoms Jan Bogus 509; Donna Bogart 519. Berry Scratchers Jan G. 588, 224; Peggy Durr 555; Vicki Page 202; Jerry Sutton 203; Terry Gene 212; Jan Griffin 206. Double "M" League Jim Sutton 207, 221,605; Don Benusa 203, 556; Vern Campbell 213, 552; Cameron Sampson 547; Ned Jewett 542;I Grady Sut- ton 217, 530; Verner Hoglund 201,521; John Hartle 214, 520; Tom Bomar 513; Lewis McGuin 508; Ken Strauss 200, 507; Verda McGuln 204, 561. Berry Runners Sharon Qustln 224, 517; Ruth swanson 205, 535; Dot Royal 525; Kathy Farkasoski 202. Berries Ruth Hoglund 226, 551; Ruth Garvly 203, 536; Sonla Saddler 206. Monday Miners Doris Pierce 201; Karen Pierce 210, 519; Bob Slaughter 200; Jim Sutton 219; Mike Viboch 515; Wayne Stigen 202, 516; Tracy Crain 202, 533; Bob Crain 535; Dick Cook 212, 544; Ed Cook 557; Dave Viboch 209, 562; Jim Martin 232, 566; Grady Sutton 206, 572. Fumblers Bob Cowley 209; Ken Lind 232. SATCHEL PAIGE, WHO pitched for touring Negro teams and teams in Negro minor leagues for almost 30 years, once struck out Roger Hornsby, one of baseball's greatest hitters, five Ladies Levi REDTAG oo~ RRilnPEr S~R, AWBERo~ESay S56, times in an exhibition game. 205; AI Arkills 512, 185; Bernice Bowman "GREAT IDEAS COME from the 487, 180. ;P stretch SPECIALS ~=,, Vauvenargues 25JEANS° 60%oFFUP'° CREDIT MOTORS SELECTION OF Where your job is YOUR CREDIT Mens & Ladies Dress Western Boots OFF LL MEN'S FREE LEATHER pair.stern boot socks BELTS 0 with any boot purchase, does not apply to sale boots. Double H (value to $3.95) through 12-18-83 )LIDAY HOURS: Monday thru Friday 9 a.m.-8 p.n~ Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sam's 092 STATE ST. MARYSVILLE • 659-4515 CAR (or verifiable income) We finance ALL our CARS. HURRY IN AND SEE THESE TERRIFIC BUYS! ! 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But the Tigers, expected to be one of the contenders for a league title in WESCO's AA division, proceeded to stall the defending WESCO AAA league champion Hawks before dropp- ing a narrow 30-28 decision. The Tigers won the next four mat- ches to virtually pull even on the scoreboard leading up to the key mat- ches involving Haivorsen and Curnett. Haivorsen, a member of last year's league champion varsity as a sophomore, pinned his opponent Rolsson at the 1:48 mark of the second round of their 168-pound bout to get the Hawks back on track. Then, Curnett, who provided the key points as the Hawks ended Mariner's eight-year winning strreak at 112 matches last season, came through in the clutch, again, last week. Wrestling in the 178-pound division -- down a weight class from when he clinched the Hawks' historic victory with a memorable decision at 190 -- Curnett pinned his opponent at 1:21 of the first round. The Tomahawks dropped the closing two bouts, one of them on a pin, but they had built up enough points with the key pins by Halvorsen and Curnett to preserve the win. Junior Scott Manipon pointed the Tomahawks in the right direction to start the duel when he took the opening 101-pound match via a pin. Senior Steve Hastings followed that up with a 19-7 decision at 108 pounds prior to the Tigers getting on the scoreboard when Bob Kepi scored a 10-2 decision on junior Tim Gross at 115 pounds. Hofmann, who qualified for last year's state tournament as a sophomore, picked up a 13-2 decision for honors at 122 pounds. And Frenzel, a senior, followed that up with an 8-4 decision at 129. But those were the last matches the Hawks were to win against the tough Tigers -- until Haivorsen and Curnett took the mats. Tim Kepl pinned Hawks' senior Rod Mesa at 1:43 of the first round in the 135-pound match-up; before senior • Ron Dennis came up on the short end of a 15-9 decision against the Tigers' Lewis at 141 pounds. The Tigers' Steve Anderson then scored a 13-9 decision over Essers in the 148-pound bout, and the Tigers stretched the string to four matches when Mike McAboy scored a close 6-4 decision on Tom Pittman at 158. That's when Halvorsen and Curnett stepped in to change the picture for the hopeful Tigers. Despite a slowdown in athletic ac- tivity leading up to the holidays, the Tomahawks still have plenty of com- petition before they break for Christmas. They take on a tough Burlington team at Burlington Thursday, with the non-conference match against the Nor- thwest AA league contenders commen- cing at 7:30 p.m. Then, it's on to the Lindorg Tourna- ment at Renton, Saturday. The tourney will commence at 10 a.m. That same day, also beginning at 10 a.m., the junior varsity Tomahawks will be at a tournament at Snohomish. The following Tuesday, Dec. 20, The Tomahawks will play host to the Mount Vernon Bulldogs at the Quil Ceda Field House, with the first match set for 7:30 p.m. Finally, Iversen's men will wind up their pre-Christmas schedule on the road the Thursday of December 22 when they travel to Redmond. The dual match begins at 7:30 p.m. After that is a mere five-day break from competition before picking up the schedule again Tuesday, Dec. 27, in the Mount Vernon Tournament. ANTHONY S. HAYES, Marine Pvt., son of Stephen W. and Dianne E. Hayes of Marysville, has completed recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. During the I 1-week training cycle, he learned the basics of batt!efield survival. He has introduced to the typical daily routine that he will experience during his enlist- ment and studied the personal and pro- fessional standards traditionally ex- hibited by Marines. He participated in an active physical conditioning pro- gram and gained proficiency in a varie- ty of military skills, including first aid, rifle markmanship and close order drill. Teamwork and self-discipline were emphasized throughout the train- ing cycle. BATTING HELMETS WERE in- troduced in major league baseball by the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1941. Frontier Village RESTAURANTS AND LA VILLA ROOMS Lake Stevens or Marysville $1.00 OFF ON OUR REGULARLY ADVERTISED s4,95 PETITE SIRLOIN STEAK WITH TOSSED GREEN SALAD, POT, ATe, VEG. & ROLL Redeem at Lake Stevens or Mirysville Frontier Village Restaurant Only, Bearer must have coupon to be valid. Limit one coupon per customer. Cash value 1/20 cent. J Expires 1/14/84. 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