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Spirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Sports/School Wednesday, April 18, 2012 C ' UP TO Students can learn more about nature photography in June when the for area high school students. POTOMAC VALLEY AUDUBON SOCIETY Potomac Valley Audubon Society offers a camp .amp derstanding and appreciation of erstown, Md.,. Members of FROM PAGE G5 the natural world. PVAS's Potomac Valley Na- Organizers say enrollment is ture Photographers group will temporary Arts. They will also limited to allow campers to re- be on hand throughout the week have the use of Nikon Digital ceive intensive, hands-on in- to help mentor and coach par- SLR cameras that have been struction, ticipants and will teach special- provided by Nikon. Participating students must be ty topics. Campers will not only learn entering grades 9, 10, 11 or 12 For more information or to about the fundamentals of digi- in the fall. The cost for the en- get an application, go to the tal nature photography and im- tire week is $150. PVAS website at www.poto- age editing fromexpert instruc- The camp will be led by or contact E1- tors, they also will have an op- Bruce F. Field, an experienced len Murphy at 304-676-8739 or portunity to gain a greater un- nature photographer from Hag- APR FOR 36 MONTHS FOR OUALIFIED BUYERS" CUSTOMER CASH ON SELECT MODELS" P SHENANDOAH JUNC- Musselman held a 3-0 lead be- ous lead was down to 8-7. TION-- Emma Barr put the fin- fore Jefferson's Brittney Jackson Witt's RBI double plated Ly- ishing touches on her 4-for-4 unloaded a three-run double that ons and Jefferson had tied it at performance at the plate against scored Lauren Lewis, Alexandra 8-8. Musselman by driving in the go- Witt, and Barr. After the Lady Applemen had ahead run in the sixth inning with Casey, Lyons delivered a single been retired without scoring in a double as the Lady Cougars that plated Jackson and Jefferson the top of the sixth, Barr's fourth pulled out a 10-8 win. led, 4-3. hit (a double) scored both Mc- Barr had five RBIs as the Lady Musselman scored the game's Tighe and Witt to move Jefferson Cougars improved theirrecordto next five runs to take an 8-4 in front, 10-8. 14-5 while Musselman went to lead. In the seventh, Musselman 11-5 overall. But Barr delivered a three-rtm had two runners on base when Jefferson had to overcome "an double that brought home Witt, Witt fanned three straight early-inning Musselman lead to Shelby McTighe, and Chelsea batters to close out the uphill get the win. Shepherd. Musselman's precari- win. 51 Industrial Park Road, Off Rt. 28 Romney, W.Va. 26757 866-766-1495 See Dealer for Details .ll,i *Finance offer subject to credit approvaL, applies to purchases of new Yamaha Notorcyctes, AWs & Scooters made on a Yamaha InstalLment Financing loan account from 1]1/12-6/30/12. blinimo~ contract Length 24 months, maximum 36 months. Hinimum amount financed $5,000. Fixed APR of 3.99% /,.99% 5.99% or 12.99% w[U be assigned based on credit approval criteria. Honfhiy payments per $1,000 financed based on 36-month term are $29.52 at 3.99%. $29.97 at 4.?9%, $30A2 at 5.99% and $33.69 at 17.99%, **Customer {:ash offer good on select 2011 and prior year} models between 1[ [ 2 - 6/00/2. Offer good onl.y in the U.S., e~cludin9 the state of Hawaii. Dress property for your ride with a helmet, eye protection, tong-sleeved shirt, long pants, gloves and boots, tin not drink and ride. It is illegal and dangerous. Yamaha and the Hotoroycfe Safety Foundation encourage you to ride safely and respect the environment. For further information regarding the HSF course, please cult 1-800-~46-9227. ATVs with engine sizes over 9Occ are recommended for use only by riders age 16 years and older. Yamaha recommends that all ATV riders take an approved training course. For safety and training information, see your dealer or eati the ATV Safety institute at 1-800-887= 2887. ATVs can he hazardous to operate. For your safety: Always avo d paved surfaces. Never ride on public roads. Always wear a helmet, eye protection and piatective clothing: never carry passengers; never engage in stunt riding; riding and aicohotJdrugs don't mix; avoid excessive speed: and he partiootarty careful on difficult terrain. Professional riders depicted on closed courses. 2012 Yamaha blotor Carp. U.S.A. All rights reserved. * yamaha-raotor~com IIIII I IIII I III III II I II II II I I I I II II II I " I I" I1"11]1 I IIII I II rl I FI ][I " ]I[FII rll" II F I Patriot boys edge Parkersburg, 4-3, in boys tennis PARKERSBURG--A crucial Roth (No. 4), Thomas (No. win at No. 2 doubles by Austin 3), Patrick Haglund (No. 2), and Thomas/Alden Roth was impor- Will Wheatley (No. 1) all posted tant in Washington's 4-3 team singles wins over Wiliamstown. win over Parkersburg last Thurs- Wheatley/Haglund (No. 1), day. Thomas/Roth (No. 2), and Cul- The Patriots moved their over- len Irving/Cory Coomler (No. 3) all record to 9-1 when they de- posted wins in the three doubles feated Williamstown, 7-0. matches. !