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SPIRIT of JEFFERSON and FARMER S ADVOCATE SPORTS PAGE A15 Wednesday, MtLv 30, 2018 SPORTS IN BRIEF S The City of Charles Town will hold it's tri-state area chil- dren's tennis program this summer at Jefferson County Me- morial Park and Jefferson High. The program is open to girls and boys ages 3-18 of beginner, intermediate, and high school skill levels. Registration will be held at the park tennis pavil- ion located on South Mildred Street on Friday and Friday, June 8 from 4-7 p.m. and on Saturday and Saturday, June 9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. It is held rain or shine. The fee is $85 for the first child in the family and $40 for each additional family member. The registration fee for the eight- week program includes tennis lessons camp June ll to 15; six weeks of league play with little league age 3-11 on Tues- days and Thursdays and big league age 12-18 on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and a trophy toumament. The pro- gram is held mainly on weekdays between 8:45 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Carpooling is welcomed. The program runs through Au- gust 2. Private lessons and USTA tournaments are available for additional fees. Additional information will be provided at registration or contact program director Glenn Edwards at 304-725-7929. One hundred and fifty-nine players participat- ed in 2017. Hurricane wins another VIENNA -- Hurricane rolled to its fourth consecutive Class AAA state championship with its 8-0 five-inning win over John Marshall on Thursday. The championship is the Redskins' fifth in the last six seasons. Lindsey Phares belted a two-run home run in the third to help give Hurricane (25-3) a 4-0 advantage and Caiti Mathes hit a grand slam in the fourth. Kiersten Landers also finished with a pair of hits for Hurri- cane, adding a double and triple. -- MetroNews the dty limits of Chades Town are required to obtain Building Permits for: New Construction; Additions; Remodels, including Basement Finishes; Roofing and Siding; Decks and Porches; Fences; Accessory Structures and Sheds; Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs; HVAC Systems; Furnaces; Water Heaters; Propane Tanks; Driveways; Sidewalks and Radon Plitigation. You can apply in person at ity Hall at 101 E. Washingtofi=: Street or online via MGO- MyGovernmentOnline at www.mygovernmentonline.org. L=~~i/l~~: Phone: 304-725-2311 101 E. Washington St./P0 Box 14 Charles Town, WV 25414-0014 www.charlestownwv.us imJ Fa eb k i Playoffs FROM PAGE A14 ng before the Monarchs stormed back to claim a 7-5 win. In the second game at states, the Patriots fell by just one run to George Washington 4-3. Hannah Ruffner helped the Pats jump out to an early 2-0 lead after she knocked a two-run double. But George Washington used a three-run fourth inning to jump ahead 4-2 and eventually get the win. Kylie Condon helped the Pats score one final run in the seventh inning to draw within one run of the tie. Condon's RBI single scored Mackenzie Myers, but the Pats made the final out at third base to end the rally and the game. The Patriots finished their season at 19-9 overall and took the Region 2 crown once again along with the sec- tion title back to Charles Town. For the Washington baseball and softball programs, two successful seasons in back-to-back years have come to an end, but not many schools can claim the same triumphs. Rams MARSHALL, Minn. - Three members of the Shepherd University baseball team have been named to the 2018 NCAA Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) All-America Baseball team. Sophomore utility player Christian Hamel gained first team honors, sophomore outfielder Brenton Doyle was a second team choice, while junior utility/pitcher Justin Smith was an honorable mention selection. Hamel, who earlier in the week gained honorable men- tion NCBWA All-America honors, recorded a .350 batting average with 63 hits in 180 at-bats. He drove in 57 runs and scored 50. He added a team-best 18 doubles, a triple, and 13 home runs. Hamel was 8-for-8 in stolen bases. Doyle, who earned first team NCBWA All-American hon- ors earlier in the week, posted a .415 batting average with a Shepherd single-season record 98 hits in 236 at-bats. The MEC Player of the Year added 68 RBI, 64 runs scored, 17 doubles, four triples, and 14 round-trippers. Doyle was State tourney slate set CHARLESTON -- The high school baseball state tourna- ment is set for Thursday through Saturday from Appalachian Power Park in Charleston. MetroNews will have a full-HD video broadcast and radio broadcast of every game at the Met- roNews Channel of WVMetroNews.com. On Thursday, it will be the Class AAA semifinals at 4:31]/ p.m. with No. 1 Hurricane (32-4) vs, No. 4 Martinsburg 11). Then 50 minutes after game one, No. 2 St. Albans (28'10| takes on No. 3 Wheeling Park (20-6). On Friday, in Session 1 of the Class AA semifinals at a.m -- No. 1 Bridgeport (27-10) takes on No. 4 JamesMofi roe (17-8). Then 50 minutes after game one -- No, 2 Wayn (25-5) vs. No. 3 Frankfort (23-6). Friday: Session 2 (Class semifinals) 5 p.m. -- No. 1 Charleston Catholic (25-11) No. 4 Moorefield (21-9) -- 50 minutes after game one -- 2 Wheeling Central (23-4) vs. No. 3 Ravenswood (24-10). . -- MetroUew ! Jefferson : County Community Ministries 238 ~V. %'ashinglon SI. Charles "[o~ n jccm.udiccm-.eed~ 304-725-3186 FOOD PANTRY NEEDS / TOMATO SOUP / SYRUP / PANCAKE MIX / CANNED CHICKEN / SP,6tq / CANNED FRUIT: PINEAPPLE; PEACH; FRUIT COCKTAIL / JEllY / MANWICH / BEEF STEW / CHILl / HAMBURGER HELPER CLOTNINO CLOSET NEEDS / SHEET SETS / PILLOW CASES / MEN'S JEANS (WAIST SIZE 30-32) ?, also successful in 22-of-23 stolen base attempts. His 165 tota bases on the season also established a Shepherd single-sea son mark. He was a four-time MEC Player of the Week and two-time NCBWA Atlantic Region Player of the Week. Smith had a team-best .426 batting average with 60 hits 141 at-bats. He drove in 43 runs and scored 41. Smith add ed 10 doubles and 13 home runs. He also boasts a 7-2 recor(t on the mound with a 5.98 ERA. He has fanned 37 in 55.2 in-,' nings. 'i The CCA All-America and All-Region baseball teamsi which are selected by CoSIDA members from schools play ing Division II baseball, were first established in 2007. Thin is the third year in which the program is solely sponsored by, the Division II Conference Commissioners Association. ' Shepherd finished the season with a 38-17 overall mark as the MEC North Division champions. The Rams made thei third consecutive NCAA II regional appearance. -- Shepherd Sports Information I of I 11 lrr[ ']]] It's time to make your nominations for the 2018 Chuck Eilison Distinguished Citizen Jefferson County Award. To submit a leader into consideration, write a let- ter of 2 pages or less that details how he or she has made our county better. Include the nomi- nee's name, address and email as well as your name and an email and phone number. DON'T DELAY: The deadline to get your nomination letter to the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce comes at noon on Thursday, June 7. Send yours by email to chamber@jeffersoncountywvchamber.org). Questions? Call the chamber at 304-725-2055. The Chuck Ellison Distinguished Citizen of the Year Award is a collaboration between the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce and the Spirit of Jefferson.Winners are determined by a select panel of judges. Nominees must live or work in Jefferson County. =L f , ii '1 New Holland Parts .iL /(]] i](.i~ New & Used Tractor Parts Family Owned & Operated Rt. 340 at Halltown Rd 423 Gardnefs La/le, Shep~rdst0w/) Charles Town,q--larpers Ferry (304) 876-2648 304-724-6500 Edgar A. Bohrer CmCete AucUo~ Sa~s & Sw~ce 2858 Giles Mill Rd Bunker Hill, Wl/ Phone: 304229.8394 Fax: 304-229-59M New & Used Farm Machinery Bought & Sok~ CONSTRUCTION uz Basements, Additions, Bobcat Wo~ Remodeling end New Consb'ucEon 304-728-0707 or 304-283-3329 jgrove@citlink.net http://jgconstructio n.info/ Small Engine. Lawn Mower Repair FulI Llne Snapper Dealer -- FIo~ Spdngs Rd. 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