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ISPIRIT of JEFFER SON And J RMER'S ADVOCATE SPORTS PAGE B3 Wednesdas; Jan u ary 24, 2018 Specializing in Custom e o a~," L t'l,~:l, Tree Removal and, Stump. C: irldir c , Firewood Now Available for Delivery Call Us Today! Kyle Friend Licensed & Insured The Washington High boys basketball team came out on top Over Jefferson on Friday night. Here's a look at some of the action in Shenandoah Junction. In the top right pho- to, Washington High students celebrate during the game. On the bottom left, Jefferson's Khalil Brown drives to the basket. On the bottom right, Washington's Parker Jackson puts up a free throw. ZACH CUMBERLAND state-bred older males, time outings. One night earlier in a two- A 7-year-old Windsor Castle gelding turn allowance last Wednesday, Charita- FROM PAGE B2 trained by Ollie Figgins, III, for own- ble Hero rallied from well off the pace to the far turn then shifted gears and over- er and wife, Carissa Figgins, Prince Of nail 9-5 favorite Brass Bull in the final hauled that one in the lane for a two- Windsor gained command soon after the strides to forge a 10-1 upset. A Charita- length tally while getting the 4 1/2-fur- break and led the way through modest ble Man gelding out of a Sea Hero mare longs in 53.46. fractions and held sway in the lane for a owned, bred and trained by James W. One night earlier in a two-turn al- two-length score while getting the sev- Casey, Charitable Hero narrowly pre- lowance affair, Prince Of Windsor also en panels in 1:26.22. He prevailed in his vailed in his seasonal debut and now forged a mild 6=1 upset when he led seasonal debut and now sports a 10-7-7 owns a 3-4-4 slate and $75,000 bankroll throughout to defeat a solid group of slate.and $287,000 banked from 37 life- from 15 career outings. If you experience flu-like symptoms such as; fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headaches, chills or fatique, it's time for urgent care! nose, At WVU Medicine Urgent Care Centers, we now offer online called "Clockwise", which allows you to get in line before you leave the house. Simply visit our website and select an arrival time. Clockwise allows you to wait more comfortably at home, reducing your wait time in the office. Charleston's Mary Kay Bond, executive director and founder of Read West Virginia, will review the group's history and mission for the future. For details, please contact Laurie Saunders at 703-727-2518. To reserve your spot for volunteer orientation, email Marsha Hoyer at Thursdhy, Jani 25 from2 to 3:30 I School board office boardroom I !