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SPORTS I VgednesdQy, May 2], 20] 4 I Spirit o, JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE I PAGE eS DAVIDPENNOCK Jefferson's Abby Colbert, Becca Colbert and Malika Briggs embrace after the 800-meter run won by Abby Colbert. The Jefferson girls' track and field program won the regional championship last week at Buckhannon-Upshu Track FROM PAGE B1 a regional championship on the girls' side, with Abby Colbert winning the 800-, 1,600- and 3200-meters and leading Jeffer- son to 125 points. Washington finished second with 107 points, followed by Buckhannon-Upshur (78). Six other schools competed in the girls' division. Devyn Hosby led Washington to victory in-the 200 (26.19) and 400 (59.29), while the Patriots' Rhonda Rogombe won the high jump (5-4) and Sara Pifer won the pole vault (9-6). Milliron won the 800 (2:01.46), 1,600 (4:32.43) and 3,200 (9:50.49) as the meet's scorer with 30 points on the boys' side. He also anchored a 4x800 relay team - also consisting of Collin Hayes, Rhett Zillinger and Jona- than Royster - that won with a time of 8:22.34. Jefferson's 4x100 relay team- Tanner Cantrell, Robert Douglas, Lawrence Morris, Martinez Grant - won with a time of 44.04, while the Cougars' 4x200 relay team - Tanner Cantrell, Craye Nehler, Dante McCarroll, Robert Douglas - won in 1:31.73. Jefferson's 4x400 relay team - Christian Johnson, Dante McCa- rroll, Phillip Holliday, Martinez Grant- won in 3:29.28. Martinez Grant led the Cougars in the field events, winning the long jump (22-02.50). Grant also finished third in the 400 (51.19), while Rhett Zillinger placed sec- ond in the 800 (2:02.87) and Jack- son Jacobs fmished second in the 3,200 (9:53.35). Also scoring placement points for the Cougars' boys' program were Trevon Smith (5th, 100, 11.74); Robert Douglas (4th, 200, 23.47); Craye Nehler (5th, 200, 23.86); Jackson Jacobs (3rd, 1,600, 4:36.13); Collin Hayes (5th, 3,200, 10.35.38); Nelson Wolf (5th, pole vault, 10-0); and Phillip Pennock (4th, discus, 123- 10). On the girls' side, Colbert was the top scorer with victories in the 800 (2:25 54), 1,600 (5:30.15) and 3200 (11:20.56). Colbert also an- chored a 4x800 relay team - also consisting of Anya Wallace, Ma- lika Briggs and Emma Lindburg- that won with a time of 10:12.85. The Cougars' 4x1025 shuttle relay team - Dayja Grady, Cate- na Wilson, Brittany Osteen, Eliza- beth Starliper- won in 1:10.36. In field events, Michaela Ash- ford led Jefferson with a victory in the long jump (15-10), while Ke- nya Price finished second in the high jump (5-2). Also scoring placement points for the Cougars' girls program were Alanna Baylor (3rd, 100, 13.04); Aisha Grant (4th, 100, 1327; 6th, 200, 28.37); Becca Colbert (5th, 800, 2!36.43); Malika Briggs (2nd, 1,600, 5:31.82; 6th, 800, 2:3655); Anya Wallace (4th, 3200,1224.04; 5th, 1,600, 5:52.69); Emma Lind- burg (5th, 3,200, 12:3732); Eliz- abeth Starliper (4th, 300 hurdles, 50.83; 6th, 100 hurdles, 17.22); the 4x100 relay (2nd, 5155); 4x200 re- lay (2nd, 1:47 34); 4x400 relay (6th, 4:24.62); and Toil Banjoman (4th, shot put, 31432; 6th, discus, 88-10). The Washington girls' 4x400 relay team - Destiny Hard- son, Christina Rogombe, Rhon- da Rogombe, Devyn Hosby - won the regional rifle in a time of 4:06.80. The Patriots also garnered place- ment points on the girls' side from Devyn Hosby (2nd, 100, 12.49); Rhonda Rogombe (2nd, 400, 1:01.73; 3rd, 200, 27.22); Destiny Harrison (2nd, 800, 2:26.85); Ca- trina Russell (6th, 1,600, 5:55.48; 6th, 3,200, 13:17.13); Msa Lin- den (3rd, 300 hurdles, 50.72); Ashley Wamer (5th, 300 hurdles, 50.95); 4x200 relay (6th, 151.43); 4x800 (3rd, 10:28.22); Carmine Guynn (4th, high jump, 4-8; 4th pole vault, 9-0); and Lauren Za- glifa (5th, pole vault, 8-6). The Washington boys' program also registered placement points from Derrick Bmnson (3rd, 100, 11.61); Kendall Coles (6th, 800, 2:07.43); Jake Kidwell (3rd, 300 hurdles, 4154; 4th, high jump, 6-0); 4x400 relay (3rd, 3:32.80); 4x800 relay (5th, 8:43.73); and Aaron Tackett (4th, pole vault, 11-0). g a Path Toward Hope Relay For Life Jefferson County Charles Town Middle School June 21, 2014 at 9:30 PM Y RELAY FOR Order a luminaria (traditional white bag) or a golden luminaria (gold bag with star cutouts) for your loved ones who have been touched by cancer. You can make a tribute in honor of a cancer survivor or in memory of someone who has lost the battle. Your loved one's name will appear on a luminaria and will be lit during the Luminaria Ceremony. a luminaria during the ceremony. White bag ($10.00) Q Gold bag ($20.001 Please complete and In Honor of j In Memory of Name: | r to a Relay for Life parlicipant or order payable to American Si: Cancer Society to reach the following address no later 7, 2014: Relay for Life of Jefferson Count/ ,C arlene Watson, 5172 Mission Rd., Harpers Ferry, Questions, contact Carlene Watson at I i I I I Luminaria purchased at the Relay Event or purchased | at JI Washington FROM PAGE B1 and super kids" said Washing- ton head coach Mark Hash. "It take.s all that to do what we've been able to do." The Patriots have been led all season by talented senior pitch- er and first baseman Jared Sil- va, who has signed to play Di- vision I college baseball at Vir- ginia Mifitary Institute in Lex- ington, Va. With a 6-1 record and a 0.38 earned run average, Silva leads a pitching staff that has combined for an uncanny 0.73 team-ERA with just 16 earned rtms allowed through 154 innings. Silva has logged 60 strikeouts through 37 innings pitched, while walking just eight and allowing 13 hits. Silva pitched a complete- game sectional semifinal vic- tory over Jefferson, allowing two unearned runs on six hits through seven innings while fanning two and walking one. Silva also helped his own cause at the plate by hitting a three- mn homer in the first inning, the first of three hits for Silva on Saturday against the Cougars. But the pitching staff also has had significant depth, as junior Ryan French (4-1, 0.69 ERA, 30.1 IP), junior Mark McKee (2-2, 2.15 ERA, 29.1 IP),junior Zac Burch (3-0, 0.33 ERA, 21.1 IP), junior Trevor Pansch (2-0, 2.38 ERA, 17.2 IP) and soph- omore Robert Cross (1-0, 0.00 ERA, l l.1 IP) have combined to offer se.veral quality outings that have largely stymied the competition. French offered up a gem on Monday night against Mussel- man. "Our pitching has been great all year" Hash said. "That's our bread and butter." But, for the most part, the Pa- triots haven't been too shabby at the plate either. Senior outfielder Bryan Bay- liss leads the team in hitting with a .433 batting average, while Cross isn't far behind at .431, including a team-high 25 RBI. Silva is batting. 408 with 19 RBI and just six strikeouts from 86 plate appearances, while ju- JEFF BRAMMER (2) TOP: Washington junior Ryan French swings the bat dur- ing the Patriots' 5-2 sectional semifinal victory on Saturday at Jefferson. ABOVE: Washington sophomore Robert Cross watches as the pitcher winds up to deliver a pitch during the Patriots' lopsided victory against Spring Mills earlier this month in Charles Town. nior catcher Texas Cobb is hit- ting .317 and Burch is batting .310. "These kids have done ev- erything we've asked of them," Hash said. "They're great kids and they're having a great year." ANNUAL Friday, June 20, 2014 at Cress Creek Golf Course Ro9istration at 8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start at 9:00 a.m. Breakfast and lunch provided with prize raffle to follow lunch To register or more info., call S. Wood at 304-676-7594 We would also like to, thank last year's participants and supporters: Silver Sponsors: BB&T • Jackson-Williams Appraisers • Parsons Ford • Sunset Car Wash Bronze Sponsors: David A. Camilletti, Attorney at Law, LC. KRM Associates Inc. • Martins Distributing Pill & Pill • SuperMedia, Susquehanna Bank • J&H Aitcheson Plumbing Supply • Jefferson Asphalt Contributors: A&A Pools • Applied Products, Inc • Bank of Chades Town • Bechdel Jewelers • Berkeley Springs State Park • Bonnie Shullz • Bottner & Skillman, Attys at Law • BPO Elks #778 • Bdel PC Attorneys Bdtt Reed Law Offices • Capetton Furniture • Capital Development Enterpdses • Carolyn Ryan • Center for Orthopedic Excellence • ChdstJan Caine • Christy Miller. City National Bank • Classic Chocolates. Claudia Bell • Cumbedand Country Club • Delegate Jason Barrett • Delegate "l]ffany Lawrence • Donna Spdnkle Dr. John Veach • Drs Russell Pike & Nelson PC • Earth Dog Caf • East Coast Steaks & Seafood Extreme Family Fitness • Gene's Auto Sales • Grove's Cleaning • Hair Designs • HBS - Hersh Business Service • Howard Mann CPA, Hoy Shingleton, Esquire • Inwoed Flodst and Gifts. J&H Aitcheson Plumbing Supply • Jamie L. Davis, CPA, PLLC • Jeanne Wooten • Jefferson Asphalt • Jefferson Distributing. Jefferson Urgent Care • Keller Williams Realty Natalie Hoffman • Kitzies • KR Brown Construction Inc • Laura Stickel Luke Chdstie - State Farm Ins • Medicap Pharmacy • Mid-Atlantic Group • Panorama at the Peak Peacemaker National Training Ctr • Peking Restaurant • Penn Liquors • Rapid Lube - Brian Drive • Remax Real Estate / Micah Parker. Riley F. Dobbins DDS • River Riders • Sarah Melzbower- Wells Fargo Shenvalee Golf Resort • Shenandoah Valley Group • Shepherdstown Specialty Storage • Sherwin-Williams Smith Nadenbousch Insurance • South Berkeley Pharmacy & Gifts • State Farm Ins - Dawn Newland Summit Point Motorsports • Talkradio WRNRAM 740/FM106.5 • The Edge Salon • The UPS Store #5832 • Valley View Golf Course • Warms Spdngs Eatery • Weatherholtz Bending * Whiskey Willies Golfers: Dean McBee • Dennis Stoner • Ron Agnir • Phillip Fowler • David Camilletti • Derrick Wood Randy Rhodes • Jeff Rhodes • Jeff Jenkins • Carl Jenkins • Guy Avey • Kip Sieldling • Robby Kern David Barton. Bdan Dougherty • Roy Long • Michael Roche • Shelley Boward. Wayne Sigler. Toni Sigler • Kevin Jackson • Bill Hoffman • Mike Williams • Nathan Lark • R Webb • Jason Hoffman • Kerd Spies Dave Spies • Matt Laign • Robert Webb • Chdstopher Broschart • Shane Hott • Chadie Chase • Donnie Rorher • Dale Rorher • Gene Linaburg • David Shultz • Larry Thornton • Butch Cazin • David Martin Keith McCall • Ted Johnson • Cliff Smith • Ken Lowe • Ray Hill • Steve Goode • Corey Dawson • Chadie Sisson • Craig Staubs • Bobble Bartles • Ronnie Bartles • Bob Fulk ..Travis Chase • Travis Guess Amber Crawford • Brian Eichelberger • Chds Rife • Nate Brown • Scott Kensinger • Kevin Canby • Mike Dopson • Scott Hough • Aaron Upp • Matt Lantow • Ed Roddquez • Bill Lyons • Jay Roberts. Enc Woody • Grey Veach • John Taylor • John Sutton • John Midkiff • Fred Parson • Patrick Whitmore • Kirk Waldeck Larry Ringe(. Jill Woolcock • Mike Green. Pam Green • Jason Dailey • Joel Henderson * Chris Palmer Monte Spurgeon • Cam McCandless • Timothy Sheehan • Suze Sheehan • Chuck Ingram • Ray Eickenbrode • John Thomas • Glenn Greenstreet • Tom Ours • Kevin Jolson • Greg Bailey • David Aird. Bdan Milboume • David Asam • Dale Morris • Harris