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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, March 01, 1972, Image 8

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Page 8 Sec. I —The Tribune-Press, Gouverneur. NY March 1, 1972 Gouverneur wins Sectionals The 'Gouverneur Wildcat Varsity Wrestler* captured 127 • points Saturday, Feb. 26 to win , the 1972 Section 10 Wrestling Tournament. Four Gouverneur boys took first place in their respective weight classes, and all 12 boys on the Wildcat squad placed either first, second, third or fourth out of the 12 teams The wresthAg at .these sec- tionals was oj^he finest caliber, as over 100 patches were held Gouverneur juvas followed by Canton with, 684 points, and Potsdam and^Mas&ena with 58 Vj and 58 points respectively *. Section 10 champions for Gouverneur were George Serviss at 108; ftandy Evans at 135; Ron Sherman at 148, and Bob Byrns at 158 . w (Ron Sherman was Section 10 champion last year also) These boys, along with the other eight first platers, will participate in the State Sectionals at Syracuse on March 10 and 11.' .. •' Coach Lacey Jones was very, happy with the results^of these Sectionals and he was especially pJeased with the fact that all 12 Gouverneur wrestlers placed. He said that this is probably the first time thati this has ever happened in Section 10 wrestling Seconds for Gouverneur were posted by Lee Jones at 101; and Brian Sharpe at HWT Randy Reynold at 141 received \* third place and Mark Emnch at 121 and Paul Minckler at 129 earned fourth place berths Individual trophies were given during the finals and Gouverneur received the team trophy after the final imatch. The trophy for \ the outstanding wrestler of the tournament went to Ron Perrault of Madrid-Waddington, who captured the championship in the 121 pound weight class. Perrault had been seeded second,and he advanced to first place by beating both the first and third seeded boys. In the finals he pinned Canton's Leo Hill who had been seeded first. Gouverneur wrestled many fine matches, as did the other 11 learns that participated in the tournament. At 101 Lee Jones lost the finals by a 5 to 0 decision to Hermon-DeKalbS Grant. George Serviss took first at 108 by pin- ning Canton's Tracy in 4:51 At 112. Steve Hartle lost to Noble from Canton in the finals by a 5 to 0 decision Mark Emnch placed Slide rule course now being offered f James Baker, associate professor of mathematics at Jefferson Community College, will conduct a special seven-week workshop on the use of the basic slide rule The workshop will be held under the auspices of the Division of! Continuing Education at the college The class will meet Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:00 p.m., beginning March 9. The workshop is designed to provide persons with a versatile math working tool which can be mastered quickly and easily with no prior experience The program wiU cover slide rule orientation, multiplication and division, use of folded scales and inverted scales, per cent and percentage, ratio and proportion, squares and square roots, cube and cube roots and the use of trig scales Registration deadline for the workshop is Monday March 6 Interest eel persons should call JCC for brochure and registration materials fourth at 119 as did Paul Minckler at 129 Paul lost a close 5 to 3 overtime decision to Sequin of OFA who ended up placing second Randy Evans placed first at 135 by defeating Hermon- DeKalb's Baker, 8 to 4 At *41 Randy Reynolds took third after losing a very close 4 to 3 decision in the semi finals to Baker ot Hermon-DeKalb At 148 Ron Sherman placed first by. beating Canton's Beilieu in the finals, 14 to 3 Bob Byrns also captured first by defeating Carr from Madrid-Waddington in the finals by a 5 to 0 decision At 170 Tom Gates advanced to tha finals but lost to Ives of OFAf in an ex- tremely close match. Both grapplers wrestled well, but Ives won the match by an 8 to 7 decision Nate Shippee also took second place after losing in the finals to Fiacco fr^m Massena by a 5 to 1 .decision. In the heavyweight finals Gouverneur's Bri-an Sharpe received second place after losing to Tyndail from Madnd-Waddjngton. Their final match was full of excitement as Tyndail only won by a 2 to 1 decision. Of the 12 champions Gouver- neur produced four. Potsdam had two, Madrid-Waddington had two and the other four came from Hermon-DeKalb, Ctfnton, OFA and Massena with one each. w FINAL TEAM SCORES Gouverneur 127 Canton 68 l * • • Potsdam 58' 2 * -\' Massena 58 Madnd-Waddington 55 OFA 55 Hermon-DeKalb 41 < Norwood-Norfolk 29 Clifton-Fine 204 - . Malone 18 Brushton-Moira 16 *• Holy Family 14 1972 SECTION 10 CHAMPIONS 101 - S Grant (H-D) 108 G Serviss (Gouv ) 115 - D Noble (Canton) 121 - R Perrault (M-W) 129 - M Andrews (Potsdam) 135 R Evans (Gouv ) '141 - R Cyrus (Potsdam) - 148 - R Sherman (Gouv.) 158 - R Byrns (Gouv.) J70 - P. Ives (OFA) 180 - J. Fiacco (Massena) . HWT - M Tyndail (M-W) 2 Weeks of competition left in Lollipop Derby By Kyle Hare The Lollipop Derby races were held Sunday under the .best conditions Juniper Hills has bed yet this season. The races were canceled last wee!: because of too much snow , In the seven and under group Tim LaDuc won with a time of 18 1. Clark Marolf was second with 23.5 and Mike Ingersoll was third with 24 0. Other times were Carol Ford. 24 5. Cheryl Peacock, 27.5 and Susan Peacock. 28.3. Chris Anderson, Peter Ingersoll and Peter Paragon were disqualified . Gregg Reynolds with 23.5 won • the eight to'10 group and Kathy Wicks was second with 24.8. Third place went to Robert Elmore with 25.6 and fourth was Maria Buckingham with 27.6. Other times were David Todd with 27 9, Kim Bartell 28.9. Paul Buckingham, 30.7, Sherry Benson 32 8, Stephen Bartell, 35.4. Tim Kingersoll, 38.0 and Ben An- derson, 1.08.7, Tina Paragon was disqualified In the 11-13 group Pat Bechler won with 22 7. Randy Reynolds •was second with 24.0. Chris Ford was third with 24.2 and Mike Buckingham was fourth with 24 4 Lynne Ford had 24.5, Charles Williamson had 24.5, Kelly Whalen 25.2. Peter LaDuc 25 9, Cathy Ford 26 4. Jeff Grant and Paul Nicholas both had 26.6, Paul Peacock. 29 3, Nancy LaDuc. 31.0. Teresa Miller. 36.5, Matt LaParr. 53 3. and Nancy Jennings was disqualified Neal Hare won the 14 and over group with a time of 19 6 Darrell Seymour was second with 20.4 New York State's Job Incentive Program, administered by the State Commerce Department, at 1971 year's end had approved 90 firms for participating in the program - with eligible in- vestments of more than $57 'million, creating or retaining more than 9.000 jobs Total estimated annual State business tax credits under this program, which in some cases ranged up to nearly 100 per cent, amounted to $874,364 , - — y Pvminr do Moving out. Moving on. Palling up old stakes. Pumrrg down new roots. Leaving all the miles between to the experts. Mayflower - mover for the valuable things ip^ OUR life. Don't Fuu Call Ross .vw. 1&5* RALPH A. LALONDE INCXM AY FLOWER AGENT and Martin Ledger was disqualified. With only two more weeks of competition left excitement is building up among the racers as they are counting their points for/ the year to see how they are in the standings for trophies In the seven and 14-year-old classes first place has already been determined, but there are a dozen or so others in a position to grab off second and third spot. In the 11 and eight-year-old classes things are much tighter, with a couple dozen skiers in a position to get a trophy. The next two Sundays will tell and things should be pretty exciting from here on in. St. James team has good season St. James Parochial School won the last two games of regular season play by defeating St. Pa trick 1 s of Watertown 48-46 on Feb. 20 and coming back on Feb. 21 to blister St. Paul's of Black River 76-37 in Jefferson County Parochial League action. St. James and St Patrick's met at the tetter's gym on Sunday. Both teams fought very hard during the first half with St. James leading at the half 21-20. In the third and fourth quarters St. James lost three top players on fouls The second team played extremely hard and regulation play ended in a 41-41 tie. St. Patrick's took a five point lead in the overtime period, but St. James fought back to a 46-46 tie and with four seconds left Rick V room an sunk a layup for the Vikings win. Joe Reilly led St James scorers with 13 points, and Netto was high for St. Patrick's with 13. On Monday St. James had an easy go of it and came up with a 76-37 win Matt Barr led all scoters with 19 points. Cesairo was high for St. Paul's with 12 points The Vikings have won their last five league games ending up wit a 7-3 league record and a overall record Matt Barr led SrXJames scorers for the seasop^with a 16 8 point game average Joe Reilly was second witffan 113 average per gamev-Phil Sprague. the leading nefiounder ended up with an average of 8 4 points per S? James Coach Jim Rovelli had high praise for three of his substitutes who have performed extremely well during the season and were instrumental in many Vik:ng wins even though their pc:nt production was Bot that Ihigh They are Mike Mallette. Joe Courts and Bob Barbanto S; James will participate in the A division post-season piayoffs to be r>e1d March 3rd and 4th at Immaculate Heart Centra; School in WatertouTi INDIVIDUAL CLASS CHAMPIONS at Saturday's Section 10 Championships held in Gouverneur. First row, left to right, Steve Grant, Hermon-DeKalb; George Serviss, Gouverneur; Dave Noble, Canton; Ron Perrault, Madrid-Waddington; Marty Andrews, Potsdam; Randy Evans, Gouverneur. Second row, Roy Cyrus, Potsdam; Ron Sherman, Gouverneur; Robert Byrns, Gouverneur; Peter Ives, Ogdensburg; Jim fiacco, Massena; Mackey Tyndail, Madrid-Waddmgton; Wayne Santimaw, Massena. (Evans Photo) End - of - Season Specials POLARIS NEW 250 Cob (2) Mutfang (Electric) 530 Charger USED '71 TNT 440 '69 Pokro Cok '69 PokmCok Howard J. Carr R2 little Bow Romd — 287.1192 GOUVERNEUR HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLERS won the team title in Saturday's sec- Evans. Second row, 138, Randy Reynolds; holding team trophy are 145, Ron Sherman tionals with all members of the team placing. First row, left to right, 98, Lee Jones; 105, and 155, Robert Byrns; U7, Tom Gates; 177, Nate Shippee; heavyweight, Brian Sharpe, George Serviss; 112, Steve Hartle; 119, Mark fcrnrich; 126, Paul Minckler; 132, Randy and Coach Lacey Jones. /• . ' . . • ' (Evans photo) The Thunderbirds are coming- The US Air Force ker Demonstration Tearr>rbetter known as the ThundefDirds. will be the special attpflction June 24 during the annual open house at Plattsburg^Air Force Base The aerial show will headline the oWnned activities on base. Mh*^n will be open for the day to ill residents of the North Country, United States and Canada alike The Thunderbirds* per- formance represents the ultimate in precision formation flying With a senes of high-speed maneuvers and assorted aerobatics, the Thunderbird pilots will display the high per- formance and maximum capabilities of their red white and blue Air Force F-4 Phantom jets The aenal demonstration oo Jane 24 will be only off* of tome 100 shows the Thundcrbirdi are scheduled to perform each year The team has fiowr. more than 50C demonstrations :n all 50 sutet &r>d in more than 40 other countries More than K million spectators throughout the Fret World have awarded the Thun- derbirds the title \America's Ambassadors :n Blue \ At this year's oper house the Thunderbirds wil'. highlight a duai ceiebratK>n The oper. house ii&eif will focus attertior. or. the 25*h adversary of the US A;r F^rce as a separate ser\-.ce The theme for :be evert is Pnde x. the Past - Fa:tfc JJ the F-tare the same theme choser for the A;r Force's s«ver acmversar* g Chapter AFA is also celebrating its 25th anniversary this year Accented by the Thunderbirds' demonstration, the 1972 Platt- sburgh Air Force Base open house on June 24 should be the -biggest and best ever . 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