Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
Lyft
March 10, 2005     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 13     (13 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 13     (13 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 10, 2005
 

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




it has the tex+ used to cover the removal. Leathery. Just as all get out. the outside against unorga- Seton Hall, catching passes facing mid- court. Any college player who can run toward midcourt, catch a pass, then turn and shoot from 23-feet and make a reasonable amount is not named Patrick Beilein. ton Hall game and then the Big East tournament in New York, West Virginia's players were not looking to accept an NIT date with North Carolina- Wilmington or George Wash- ington. At 18-9, the Mountaineers in the tournament, albeit play- ing with damp gun powder and undermanned teams. Whisper the name "New York" and West Virginians hide their eyes. Even Jerry West couldn't New + evils. Grantham, Smith, Levac, And has zan New York a toss m overtime to rely Jarmon Durisseau-Cotlins is And survival against Provi- son that reached the nation- after the 2004 other four Division II men's basketball re- gion beginning tomorrow in Misenheimer, North Carolina. the region tournament against long-time rival, Salem. Salem (22-6) was the regular lay, Ohio; Denver; and Bow- ie, Maryland) will also send the winners from other eight- ed a 3-4 record and made ]1 starts. His earned run average was 4.52. a home date on Thursda); March 24, against Thomas Johnson. Jeffer~m travels to Myrtle dat,~a~.~zme W%+tAC. Juadmaa of Pe~ytvama (N) N A~"mplaon, +~ m the FN- earned rlm average was +.~+7. a N 0a11 at l'ia.rlmmm J;-er~ ~ted from Monday through Sat- ville faced fcnmh-seeded Wheeling arday of last week. Jesuit. ~~emmtion'ol)~t a~mdr for $5,000 ~ by and cruised home to score in 54 t~ai~Ib~Jake~cor forosma-' ~mil~ -- lime ~i~ ~ ~ i)~_._ w~o are p~ ~ I~m 1:88. Trained flat. er~o~o~. . It'~ ~ ~.ma ~ ~~51-4~. + - " ~ e ..... ~-, +he ~m'netg-+..v~e~.t:t=,,,~.+~ P,-'b~,~a~~l.~.,~l~0t...+-~+--~,te~+mb~~~- +-. ~ ,D~'t,4C+.,,~,,,_'~tm,,'m~, ~, offered a se~e~ Suzamae Dillow and George ing Deer rallied from mid_pack about the July__ 4, $.100,000 day to join Fairment in the qum_rter- ment+ reguhr-seasma winner,' the country, fa- roughly one-thh~l and each horses's m correlat- favored Reign's World finished fifth. The first two-turn sprint night ~roduced a mild Ctf~ol ~1 Aeo~.nt IJy ~lt l~U~t41 Ill lo~f~o+l+ EU.,IIJIi:~U. by Ernest Haynes for own- ers Larry Duty and M.N. Kaf- antaris Dancing Deer surged to command with a furlong to rlln fin(] r~tl~tr~r] tho l~t~ hi,+'l~ cently. Shake You Down won a six- furlong event for $85,000 claimers over the inner track ~t Am,ocl.et fnr tr~inor ~ntt incluae(l Dne~ner~ over ~- Broaddus, 69-53; Charleston top- ping Bhefield, 78-36; Wheeling Je- suit drilling Sale~ 87-51; West IAb- ergv ~ ConmrcL 85-56: West camptm roves. The Tuesday.thr~Sam~ tournament moved to Charles for the quarterfinah, semifm and then Satin-day's finals. Yesley- ing Je- ~1; and 'l;+:h Work over the long races at Account set all the fi+actions +m a cleat" lead then held >ale ia- vored Kissm Sharp %r a tw+~- est horses in the country. The fleet-footed filly Forest Music recently finished second -- were and lasted well into Sunday afo snappy 52.4. Piccolo Honey was furlong affair but had nothing tov.nrmn, hr,~et hv tho fnm+~d sone~riter left for the final furlonm The u 'the That set up a ~mifinal-round terfinals, Aides.m- . _ _ ,++ l~ll * +++ + . le ii i ll~'le J111 -il ill lJ.ll iI)'I)--,, +.~;i:; ;r- :-;; II, .-.= :: ;; ~- i + ................................... i + i .=:.++~+_. + .... ,+ : , ,. ++;yT+,++:+++, +, :++~,:.---+ ....... ~ .... -~7" _ :-. +~,+. ,+ .~: ..... ..., ....