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' tj h;!J i.. L :] 1 ..... [[ , i I ,i. , [i,  Spirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Sports Wednesday, May 16, 2012 86 Regional FROM PAGE B1 Cougars 10 team points when they had victories in the 3200 (where Munnis was clocked in 9:54.37) and the 1600 where Graf bested the Regional field. Washington pole vaulter Ro- land Rush maintained his sea- son's consistency when he again cleared 14-feet. Rush's win gave Washington 10 of the 24 points the Patriots scored. Scoring second-place points (eight in number) for the Cou- gars were Eric Graf in both the 800 and 3200; Milliron in the 1600; Hyler in 300 hurdles; and Travis Miller in the shot put. Washington's Martinez Grant had a leap of 20-feet 4-inches to finish second in the long jump. Giving the Cougars twin third place finishes was Ryan Graf in both the 1600 and 3200 distanc- es. Curtis Chiswell was third in the long jump with a measure- ment of 20-feet 3-inches. The Jefferson shuttle hurdles re- lay team was qualified for this week's state meet with a third- place finish. Running for the Cougars were Hyler, Chiswell, Nco Hobbs, and Lane Simpson. Simpson had finished third in the 110 high hurdles. Fourth-place points (four in number) were provided by Lam- bert in the 100, Goode in 400, Ryan Graf in the 800, and Jimmy Meyer in the pole vault. Jefferson goes to Charleston for this weekend's State track and field meet as the two-time defending champion. Having won back-to-back boys team ti- tles in 2010 and 2011, the Cou- gars will probably be tested most by Cabell-Midland and Winfield as they attempt their "threepeat". Shepherd sponsors summer sports caml s Shepherd will hold a large number of sports camps for both boys and girls this sum- mer. Coming in June and July will be camps for boys in- cluding basketball, baseball, football, and soccer. Summer register for one or more of the camps for girls include soft- camps gotowww.shepherdbook. ball, basketball, volleyball, com or call (304) 876-5219, and soccer. There will be co- Enrollment is limited. Register ed soccer camps, your camper early to take advan- For other information or to tage of early registration. ROBERT HENSE Ashton Hyler hands the baton to Dante Price. Jefferson will be the favorite in the 4x200 relay at the state meet. Grantham chooses Bobcats ROBERT SMITH Jefferson High basketball player Garrett Grantham formally signed his binding letter of intent to attend West Virginia Wesleyan of the WViAC on Monday, May 14 in school's media center. Grantham is shown seated in the middle of the front row along with his father Gary Grantham (left) and his mother Sandie Grantham (right). Standing in the second row are John Brown, Bob Starkey, and Francine Kidrick. I .... .......... ARPET ONE ' ;5: ;  i 86 Somerset Blvd.,Charles Town, WV 25414 { 304.725.1461 i i