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OF THE WEEK il,00 t % i+,:{ h k. , i I+iI { i ! i i I i, i ii i i/ Spirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE News Tyler moves on to Mary 0000rashington Washington High sponsors One-time Shepherd Universi- school, for Mary Washington, a men's basketball coach after ty assistant athletic director and an NCAA Division III school. Jim Boone left after only a one- basketball camp head men's basketball coach Coming from Albright Col- year stay. Boone's only team Ken Tyler has resigned his posi- lege in Reading, Pa., Tyler was at West Virginia Wesleyan had tion as athletic director at West at Shepherd for seven seasons a 22-9 overall record and was The third' annual Washington Virginia Wesleyan to become before leaving for West Virgin- 15-7 in the WVIAC. He took a Patriot boys and girls basketball skills camp for students in grades the athletic director at the Uni- ia Wesleyan after coaching the head coaching position at Delta versity of Mary Washington in 2007-08 basketball season in State in Cleveland, Mississippi. three-through-eight will be held June 18-21 at Washington High. northern Virginia. Shepherdstown. Tyler will assume the posi- The camp cost is $75. Reg- Tyler left West Virginia Wes- West Virginia Wesleyan is tion at the University of Mary leyan, an NCAA Division II in the process of searching for Washington in June. istration will be accepted at the door. The camp hours are from 1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. For all other information con- Generations of players have been tact Coach Don Bullett at (304) 676-1994 or Coach Charity Huff at (304) 279-5709. associated with 20-win seasons Everhart joins BOB MADISON Spirit Staff This is the 40th season of with43 games (1983). baseball at Jefferson High. In more recent times, the only Huggins staff Some states bordering on The first four seasons (1973- time the Cougars could come West Virginia don't even allow 76) of schedules never had close to playing 40 games was their high school baseball teams more than 26 games planned, when they were in a state tour- Run Everhart, a native of Fair- to have seasons with 20 games. And none of them yielded more nament, mont, has joined the coaching Maryland and Pennsylvania than 18wins. In those 36 straight years staff of West Virginia Universi- schools usually celebrate when Beginning in 1977, the Con- of at least 20 wins, the most ty men's basketball coach Bob they can play all 18 games they gars have played at least 30 games Jefferson ever won was Huggins. are allowed for their regular games in 39 and that was in 1983. The Everhart was recently fired seasons, every sea- fewest games any Jefferson as the head coach at Duquesne. In West Virginia, schools can son. And e::tathm team ever lost was two and Duringhis six years at Duquesne, go just above 30 games if they beginning ii hiil that happened in 1992 when Everhart had a 99-89 overall re- participateinweek-longtourna- in 1977, i:iiiiiiib :: a state championship teu-n cord that included a 16-15 cam- ments. Many state schools now the Con- d/trr/gt went 35-2 and in 1997 when paign in 2011-12. use the Easter vacation time to gars have the final record was also Prior to holding the head travel to South Carolina and won at 6agjhi: ..... : 35-2. coaching job at Duquesne, Ever- play at least four games, least 20 seasonsof a Ten state champion- hart had been the head coach at All five high schools in Jef- games in l#atiO::: ships have been won during Northeastern (Massachusetts) ferson and Berkeley counties all the 36 ern h those 36 straight seasons of and McNeese State (Louisiana). have been going to tournaments s e a s o n s :togttlitis at least 20 wins. Jefferson Everhart takes the place of Jer- in Myrtle Beach for years. Ka- that have has lost four times in a state rod Calhoun, who left West Vir- nawha County schools do followed. p championship game. ginia to become the head coach the same. Princeton, Becldey Eighteen When nine seniors at Fairmont State. Woodrow Wilson, and Hurri- of those ::::::::i::i::i graduated from the 2011 state cane from other areas of the 36 sea- championship team, only state have done the same. sons have two starters came back to Even with a 30-plus limit on yielded at least 30 wins. this ye's team. And the youth- games,manyofthestate'ssmall- When Jefferson and a few dominated Cougars have still Off the Tee er schools still schedule fewer of the other schools in the Ka- made their mark with a 24-8 than 20 games. Few schools of nawha River area and the ex- record with Thursday's impor- any enrollment size approach treme southwest comer of the tant Sectional tournament game MAGGIE WHITEHAIR Special to the Spirit the 30-plus game limit, state began playing more than against Washington at hand. When any of those schools 40 games, there came com- Generations of players have The Sleepy Hollow Ladies' can win as many as 20 games plaints they had an unfair ad- been associated with the 36 Clubhouse was filled with ac- in a season, they celebrate it as vantage. The WVSSAC gov- years of 20-plus win seasons, tion on May 10 with both dai- a milestone of success, eming body sliced games off There are a number of father- ly and major tournaments being At Jefferson High, there have 'the schedules, son combinations that have played. The tournament director, been 18 seasons with at least 30 Before the Activities Com- played for Coach John Lowery Charlotte Gano, is on injured re- wins. There have been 21 sea- mission pared schedules, Jef- ... but as of now there haven't serve. Her job was capably filled sons that showed at least an ferson once played 45 games been any grandfather-father-son by Dot Sager, who is also inac- .800 winning percentage. (1984) and also had a season combinations, tive due to injury. The Member/Member Tour- nament was victorious for the Loss in softball Region to team ofPeggyGlascock/Debbie DeLeonardo with a 70. Second- place honors went to the team of Musselman bumps Patriots Lynne Wiseman/Nancy Streeter with a 71 and third-place went to Dr. Marneerat/Maggie Whitehalr with a 73. The daily tournament was Even playing its first-ever Re- seven runs. as they managed only single "Mystery Front or Back" minus gional softball game at home Brianna Caison's run-scoring rum in both the fifth and sev- 50% handicap. Earning first couldn't help Washington last double plated Musselman's first enthinnings. Wednesday when it spotted visiting nm off Vrdliams, Then an infield Washington was credited place was Nancy Streeter with a Musselman an early lead and then error allowed the next two runs to with 10 hits but stranded eight 40. Second place went to Deb- bie DeLeonardo with a 42 and fell to the Lady Applemen, 8-4. cross. The Lady Applemen held a runners, including leaving the Musselman was credited with 3-21eadafterjusttwoinnmgs. bases loaded in the first. Carolyn Collins captured third 10 hits in advancing to the Region Four more Musselman hits were Washington's season ended, place with a 42. Maggie White- II finals this week. spliced together to score four more But the Palriots had secured the hair won putts with 14 and Car- Combining for seven hits in the times in the third. Whitney Putts school's first Sectional fitle in the olyn Collin chipped in on the 17 hole. second and third innings off Wash- had the inning's biggest hit, a two- four seasons it had been playing. ington pitcher Devin Williams, the run double. A 7-2 lead was too Lady Applemen were able to score much for the Patriots to overcome RebuckDr" RichardOD C. We now offer vision plansfOrlarge and small. : ..... LOTTBRY_____.__ for sunglasses. Com00.eour,neo0000u00 Week End TOTALS 5/05/12 Eye Care, PLLC Project and Switch - Both have interchangeable lenses. 805 N. Mildred St Bifocal contacts now available, JEFFERSON COUNTY..$3,601,059.16 RANSON ......................... $935,232.73 Ranson, WV 25438 even for astigmatism. 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