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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, May 6, 1999 .S S O "O The Jefferson girls tennis team remained unbeaten over the past week with wins over St, James, Keyser, and Hedgesville. With consecutive wins over Morgantown, Keyser, and Hedges- ville, the Cougars boys team im- proved their record to 16-4. The girls beat St. James, 7-0, as Emily Byrer, Mary Byrer, Stefanie Meier, and Ashley Portray all won their singles matches in handy fashion. No St. James player won more than two games. Doubles victories were recorded by Byrer/ Byrer, Meier/Portray, and Julia Lipscomb/Laurie Rendeiro. Jefferson beat Keyser, 6-1, as the Byrers and Meier won singles matches and the Byrers, Molar/ Lipscomb, and Rendeiro/Brianna Roberts won at doubles. The boys got singles wins from John Egnor, Bryan Jones, Parker Kohlhepp, and John Rendeiro and doubles victories from Egnor/ Jones and Kohlhepp/Rendeiro in beating Morgantown, 6-1. In edging Keyser, 4-3, the boys had a lone singles win by Mike Nau and three doubles wins from Egnor/Kohlhepp, Rendeiro/Nau, and Nell Bradley/Conner Newlon. The girls team moved to 14-0 by blanking Hedgesville, 7-0, on Tuesday. The Byrers, Moler, and Portrey all captured easy singles win. Hedgesville did not win a game off the Cougar foursome. Byrer/Byrer, Moler/Portrey, Lipscomb/Rendeiro won all three doubles matches limiting the Eagles to just two winning games. In the boys match versus Hedgesville, the Cougars took a 6- 1 decision. Egnor, Kohlhepp, and Rendeiro won their singles matches. Egnor/Jones, Kohlhepp/ Nau, and Rendeiro/Bradley won the three doubles matches. Matthew Eberhardt, a 5th grader at C.W. Shipley El- ementary in Harpers Ferry, re- cently played a hockey game at the MCI Center before a Washington Capitals vs. Colo- rado Avalanche NHL game. Matthew played for the Phan- toms from Frederick. After the game, the teams and their families watched the NHL game. Matthew is the son of Dr. James and Mrs. Jean Eberhardt and the grandson of Mrs. Carmen McPherson of Shepherdstown. BASEBALL CAMP "Shepherd College baseball coach Wayne Riser will conduct a baseball camp at the school on June 14-17 from 9 a.m. - 12 noon. The camp is for children aged 8- 13. The camp includes instruc- tion, tee-shirt, and insurance. The cost is $75. Checks should be made payable to Wayne Riser and sent to him at Baseball Office, Shepherd College, Shepherd- stown, WV 25443. For more info call Riser at 876-5472. Renee Underwood (Charles Town) and Rebecca Clark (Harpers Ferry) at right are only inches apart as they ap- proach the finish line in the sprint medley relay at a junior high track meet held at Jefferson High. O Shepherd football coach Monte Andrew Olejer (Washingtonville, Cater has announced the signing N Y ), M i k e S e n g s o u r i n h of 42 players to letters-of-intent. (Churchill), Jeff Stevenson (Sen- There are 21 players from Mary- eca Valley) and Brian Wood (Hem- land, 10 from West Virginia, six don); linebackers -- Charles Boyd from Virginia, two from Pennsyl- Bethesda-Chevy Chase), Ryan vania, and one each from Wash- Conroy (North Hagerstown), ington, D.C New York, and Call- Andre Cooper (Archbishop fornia. Curley), Anthony Esposito The signees from West Virginia (McDonough, Md.), Joshua Inscoe are: Josh Alderton (LB) Martins- (Thomas Johnson), Duane Jack- burg, Daniel Gonzale', (OL) son (Einstein), John Kelley (Sen- Moorefield, Scott Gusic (P/TE) eca Valley), Drew Manning Martinsburg, Russ Livengood (Centreville), Paul Taranto (LB) Martinsburg, Jason McGill (Northern Cambria (Pa.), and (RB) Martinsburg, B.J. Mercer Adam Wagner (Brunswick; defen- (RB/I)B) Jefferson, Jeff Meadows sive linemen -- Ramal Faunteroy (RB/DB) Hampshire, Lucas Taylor (Parkdale), Sam Hess (Hancock), (WR) Moorefield, Daniel Tinsman Russ Knight (Merced, Cal.), Gab (eL) Musselman, Chad McClintic Smith (Pocono Mt Pa.), and Mike (LB) Hargrave Academy from Wil- Valcour (Park View); wide receiv- liamsburg, W.Va. ers -- Alfredo Del Villar (Seneca The other signees by position Valley), Greg King (Boonsboro), are: quarterbacks ---Joel Gordon Ken Roby (Middletown, Md.) and (Waynesboro, Va. and Ricardo Verney Sumner (Einstein); tight Clemens (Central, Md.); offensive end -- Joshua Reid (Williamsport, linemen -- Ben Anderson (Hem- Md.); defensive back -- David don), Shawn Doughty (Patuxent), Zidek (Brunswick); kicker -- Kevin Chris Mistowski (Seneca Valley), Burkey (Urbana). Shepherd finished fifth in last Pierson's 229 stroke total for week's WVC golf tournament held the WVC tournament were added at Cacapon State Park near Ber- to previous rounds played in the keley Springs. Concord was first Southern, Northern, and Central followed in order by Charleston tournaments leaving him with a and Glenville. The top three team total of 526 strokes, good for an finishers will now play in Division overall third place in the confer- II regional action, ence behind Charleston's Aaron Tallman and Scott Campbell who Shepherd freshman Jason had final totals of 516 and 519 Pierson, a Jefferson High gradu- strokes respectively. ate, finished second among the 60 Pierson had rounds of 77, 75, individuals in the tournament, and 77 at the WVC event. Pierson had a three-day total of Shepherd sophomore Ian Elkin 229 strokes. He was rewarded for was Shepherd's second-lowest his finish with All-WVC honors player with his 246. Other Rams becoming the first Shepherd golfer to play were Ross Shapiro, Justin to earn such an accolade. - Pugh, and Keith Mosher. The National and Pro Vee Series Race over the weekend at Summit Point in the Spec Racer Ford division had 22 starters and was won by John Frank of Syltesville, Md. David Noel, Shawn Morrison, Wayne Block, and Joe Colasacco finished 2- through-5 in the race. Bowling MEN'S TUESDAY NIGHT HANDICAP End of Season let Place Jones Bail Bond 94-42 2nd Place Prime Time 70-67 3rd Place Mike's Concrete 79.0.60.6 4th Place Scott's Auto Body 7049 No Luck 70-66 Oth Place Moose n 60-70 7th Place Silver Bullets 68-73 8th Place Bank of Charlso Town 58-78 9th Place Misfits 52.5-83.S 10th Place Thompson's Gas S1-8$ Congratulations to the league champs Jones Ball Bond bowling on their team ate Scottle Johnson, Darryl Hill, David Mercer, Jim Carbone and Brian Longerbeam. Also Derin Barrow who subbed in roll.off for the winning team. I would also like to eonlratu. late the team thst won the 1st half and bowled on this team is Glenn Smith, Tom Shalton, George Fierro, Larry Moore 8nd Jim Fritts. High Average: Grog Staubs gg8. High 8sties: Brian Longsrlmam 808. High Game: Gary Longorboam gg0. High Hand. Series| Ervtn Jenkins '/88. High Hand. Game: Glenn Smith ggJ. Most Improved Bowla~ Grog Staubs 94. High Teem Scrie= Jones Bail Bond 8111. High Teem Game: Moox II 1040. High Teem Hand, Scrias: Misfits 8400. High Teem Hand. Gamel Scott's Auto Body U83. INWOOD EATERY SR. CITIZENS Teams W L King Pins 46 28 ABC's 44 24 8moothlas 39 20 Keglers 38 80 Try'n Hard 36.5 $I.5 Rowdy's 36 32 Hot Buns 34 34 Unpredictables 33 35 Clippers 33 33 Check Please 32 30 Elsie's Hard 31.5 36.5 Pin Busters 31.5 30.6 Easy Four 31 37 Four Oldies 30 38 Boa Oee's 30 38 Head Pins 20.5 88.5 Family 28 40 Hits & Misses 27 41 High Average Men. Ken Wilt 189. With wins over St. Maria Gor- etti and Berkeley Springs, Jefferson's girls softball team split its four games of last week and early this week. The Lady Cougars topped Goretti's Lady Gaels, 12-10, and won one game of a doubleheader with the Lady Indians, taking an- other 12-10 decision. Jefferson lost to Martinsburg, 14-1, and a game to Berkeley Springs, 13-9. Sheila Palmer was 4-for-5 in the win over Goretti and pitcher Angle Magaha was credited with the win. In the 12-10 win over Berkeley Springs, Amanda Burke clubbed a two-run homer, Palmer was 3-for- 4, Amy Edwards 3-for-5 and Col- leen Armstrong 2-for-2. Burke was 4-for-5 with her homer. In the 13-9 loss to Berkeley Springs, Beth Vickers contributed a double and triple and Palmer and Erica McGraw also had a pair even Riverdale seldom laces a HighAvarage Women - Mary Brackett 164. pitcher of Cenate's stature and High Game Men Al Twymsn 220. High Game Women- Mary Brackett 200. even a team with its experience High Scriso Men- Ken Wilt 579, and talent fell to his fastball. High Series Women - Jean Dignasio 497. *** High Team Series with Handicap - Try'n Herd 2296. On Saturday, Jefferson played FRIDAY NIGHT MEN'S COMMERCIAL Teams W The Who 42 Outsiders 40 Odd Bunch 40 Strike Force 37 Sequoia Computers 31 Bad Boys 30 Big Daddy's 60 Dean's Painting 28 Courtney & Sons Towing 24.6 39.5 Screwballs 17.6 46.5 High Scr Game - Teem -- Courtney & 8one Towing 951, Outsiders 947, Strike Force 984, The Who 934. High Scr Series - Team The Who 2786, Strike Fores 2779, Courtney & Sons Towing 2606. High Set Game - ABC -- Vernon Thomas 254, James Harris 251, Charles Wolfe 242. High Scr Series ABC Dennis Woodward 672, James Harris 633, Charles Wolfe 602. High Ind. Ave. - ABC -- Charles Wolfe 201.60, Dennis Woodward 101.74, Leroy Palmer 101.24. IN'WOOD EATERY SR. CITIZEN8 Teams W King Pins 45 ABC's 40 Smoothiso 36 Keglers 34 Clippers 33 Rowdy's 88 Try'n Hard 32.6 Unpredictables 32 Cheek Please 32 Hot Buns 31 Pinbusters 30.6 Four Oldies 30 Bee Gee's 29 Head Pins 28.6 Elsie's Herd 27.6 Easy Four 27 Hits & Misses 27 Family 25 High Average Men - Ken Wilt - 188. High Average Women. Mary Brarkett - 164. High Game Men - Dan Cllne - 235. High Game Women - Mary Breckett - 215. High Series Men - Don Cllne - 572. High Series Women - Mary Brnckett - 563. High Team Series With Handicap -ABC's. 2305. WEDNESDAY NIGHT HANDICAPPER8 End of Season High Ballet's 78.6 Zero Cool 72 Alley Cats 72 Bruce's Wrecker Scrviee 71 The Strokers 67.5 We Don~ Know 65.5 Pin Actions 64.5 Intimidators 64.5 Side Winders 61 Twittapaters 60.6 Goodwrench 60 The Wild Bunch 39 Pinshifters 58.6 King's & Queen's 68 No Luck 56 Rat 8ass 55,6 Congratulations to High Bailers League Champs bowling on this team is Steve Berrott, Amy Gray, Debbio Kerry, and Taggy Davis Ill, Also to the league runner ups Zero Cool this team consisted of Benitor Fierro, Tracey Trivero, Vichi Rehaneh and Bill Shelthammer. High Average Woman: Gloria Grove 188. High Averoge Man: Tuggy Davis 209. High Series Woman: Gloria Grove 647. High Series Men: David Mercer 742. High Game Woman: Deena Jackson 248. High Game Men: Bruce Molar 289. High Handicap Series Woman: Amy Gray 707. High Handicap Series Man: Charles Hall, 81", 773. High Handicap Game Women: Tins Hall ,274. High Handicap Game Man: Steve Bennett 300. Most Improved Bowler Woman: Becky Mercer +14. Most Improved Bowler Man: David Mer- cer +$& YOUTH FOOTBALL The Jefferson Youth Football League will hold a meeting on Sunday, May 16 at 4 p.m. at the home of Jimmy Pierson. All var- all members of the league. Any- sity, junior varsity and cheerlead- one wanting to coach or help the ing coaches must attend. Mr. league should also attend. Call Pierson is heading up the program Mr. Pierson at 725-0552 for more this year and wants to meet with info. I il I !I Ir I Serving the Petroleum NeedsFLilI-L in e-b f I of the Eastern Panhandle A I for the past 60 Years , CITGOi A Dr"g Free Workplace Lubricants I We Honor I Partners in Education with Visa / Mastercard ~ Harpers Ferry Jr. High I [] THE SPIRIT ~Frlendly & Informal ~'~// ~ ~::a;:r:::t "~f/ Stimu]ating Other Options i . . Wor~hip st s:.~O & I I m. L~Vlbrant Music J With Full Choirs l IV'lDuring Children's Sunday School [ Sumhty ~h,ol tbr all Ages at .~l ~(I a.m. J ,ASBURY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Church of the Ever-Widening Circle offering d!versity, reaching outward with Christ at our Center.' 1 lO W. North Street in Charles Town, W. Va. 725-5513 Choate-Rosemary Hall Prep L School, a team of 18-, 19-, and 20- ss year olds with the maturity of a s4 junior college team. s4 27 Predictably "fiat" emotionally 33 after tripping Riverdale, the Cou- 34 34 gars. fell behind 1-0 after an in- ss ning of two physical errors, and then 3-0 after two innings, before it rallied back as Justin Osbourn and Scott Wells supplied home runs in the fifth and sixth innings. After Choate scored the game's first three runs, Jefferson scored the next eight enroute to a 9-4 win that improved its record to 21-3. Choate lost its first game of the season after winning 14 and tying one. Moulton scored Jefferson's first L run and drove in the tying run in a 19 s4 3-3 game. 28 Jefferson starting pitcher 3o Rhodes blanked Choate in innings 31 si three through six. 31.6 Justin Osbourn's two-run, fifth 3s 3s inning blast over the tall ever- 33 green trees in left scored Green in 33.6 s4 front of him for a 5-3 Jefferson 36 lead. 35.5 Ethan Osbourn and Moulton 30.5 37 were aboard when Wells slammed 37 a drive to right that cleared the 30 bleachers for a three-run homer and 8-3 Jefferson lead. Brooks was hit by a pitch, stole second, "and rode home on Cenate's RBI i , of hits." Martinsburg jumped on the Lady Cougars, the first inning and never back. Jefferson had tinsburg in an earlier game, but with their day evening the "bye" in the tional tournament. play Hedgesville in the of the sectional. Jefferson's lone run Gina Staubs singled, third base, and scored Rakes' fielder's choice. Clear Spring Cougars on Tuesday by four runs in the bottom enth to secure an 8-7 win. Burke led Jefferson's with a 3-for-4 afternoon. went 2-for-2, scored and had an RBI. Clear Spring had son in an earlier game Continued single for Jefferson's ninth Rhodes gave up his a third walk in the resulted in only one he got the final out on a had improved his record to It was the perfect perfect trip for the weather was ideal --- blue skies with only a wind and 70-degree temps the team beat two ognized opponents in where baseball had earliest roots. And in shadow of the baseball Fame. It was a weekend be forever etched in the the players and coaches remember the first-ever Riverdale Baptist and the on Doubleday jar leagues hold an annual during Hall of Fame weekend. SIRBAUGH, NAMED TO Shepherd Colle ers Shea Sirbaugh Hofman were the 1999 WVIAC All softball team. Sirbaugh, a special mention selection, was team's top hitters with a ting average. Hofman, an choice, was Shepherd's pitcher with a 4-8 ERA. 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