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:%,! B4 Wednesday, June 13, 2018 i i j ? Cameron Pine of Washington High is among a handful of Jefferson County athletes honored by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association. 6 from county win notice on All-Stateteams ~' Spencer DeLawder, . an outfielder who just finished his final season at Washington High, was named to the All-State baseball team, CHARLESTON -- Mem- bers Of the West Virginia Sports Writers Association have in- cluded six young men from Jefferson County as All-State baseball honorees, including Spencer DeLawder as an out- fielder on the Class AAA First Team. Besides Washington's De- Lawder, others singled out from Jefferson County included Tay- lor Tennant, a pitcher who just completed his junior hear at Jefferson High on the Second Team list; Washington High's Nathan Kerr and Cameron Pine andDavid Dinges of Jefferson High, all on the Special Honor- able Mention list; and Zac Rose of Jefferson, awarded the Hon- orable Mention distinction. Just two other players from the Eastern Panhandle - in- fielder Garrett Hobson of Mar- tinsburg High and utility player Chase DeLauter of Hedgesville High - made the First Team list. ABOVE: Jefferson High's David Dinges (left) talks with Coach John Lowery last season with catcher Bailey Dodson (right, now playing for Glenville State). RIGHT (from top): Others honored included Tay- lor Tennant, Zac Rose and Nathan Kerr. Still time for kids to join summer tennis program CHARLES TOWN - It's not late for anyone ages 3 to 18 became part of the summer tennis program offered at Jeffer- son Memorial Park. Kids of any skill level from beginner through the most ad- vanced high schooler are wel- come. The program's lessons ontinue this week and then !eague play begins next week. Players may report to the ten- nis courts at Jefferson High on Thursday or Friday Beginners and advanced beginners begin practice at 8:15 a.m with in- termediate practice starting at t0:45 a.m. Youngsters should wear sneak- ' 'ers and bring a racket. For infor- mation on the cost of the pro- ' gram - there are discounts for ' families with multiple children enrolled - and for other details, call program coordinator Glenn Edwards at 304-725-7929. TED BLACK CHARLES TOWN - Two days before Justify And Scandals notched her first win in four starts Then one race later in the penultimate race, on would succeed in his bid to become the sport's this year and now owns a 6-3-1 slate and nearly the Friday card, a two-turn allowance for older 13th Triple Crown winner, Charles Town offered $120,000 banked after getting the seven panels in males, Brass Bull just lived up to his 'r01e as'the a solid card Thursday which featured a handful of 1:26.89 as the 7-2 third choice. 2-5 favorite when he bided his time.through i he allowance races contested at one, two and three Then one race later in a one-tum allowance for early stages and then finally wore down a gritty tums. state-bred older males, Ifumotfirsturlast lived up Fairweather Friend to score by two lengths In Thursday's second race, a rare, three-turn to his role as the 4-5 favorite and remained un- A 4-year-old Bullsbay gelding rained by Jeff allowance for state-bred older runners, Onthes- beaten in his young career when he scored by two Runco for owner James Boyer, iBrass: Bull,re- traightanarrow benefited from his inside draw lengths, corded his third win in five starts this: year and led throughout to score by over four lengths. A sophomore son of Friesan Fire owned, bred now owns a 5-9-1 slate and career earnings of A5-year-old Smarty Jones gelding owned, bred and trained by Ronney Brown, Ifumotfirstur- $130,000 from 16 tries after getting the se en and trained by Leslie Condon, Onthestraight- last has won both of his starts and earned nearly panels in 1:27.04. anarrow recorded his first win in five starts this $30,000 after getting the 4 1/2-furlongs in 52.75 In addition to Justify's triumph at 'the 150th year and now sports a 3-9-4 slate and edged past Then two races later in a one-turn allowance Belmont Stakes, winning by nearly two lengths the $100,000 plateau in career earnings from 28 for state-bred older males, Court Date continued over Gronkowski, another contest at Belmont starts after getting the one-mile and one-16th in his surge as one of the budding state-bred, one- Park saw War Story, the runnerup as the 3-2 1:48.54 turn sprint stars when he easily lived up to his ond choice in the Grade II, $1.2 million Charles Then one race later in a two-turn allowance for role as the even-money choice and romped home Town Classic in April, finish second as the-9-5 fillies and mares, Lies And Scandals ended a pro- five lengths clear in 51.73 for the 4 1/2 furlongs, favorite in the Grade II, $400,000 Brooklyn,on longed drought when she gained command soon A 4-year-old gelded son of Fiber Sonde owned, the Belmont Stakes undercard, i, after the break, opened a four-length lead at the bred and trained by Lela Hanagan, Court Date Hoppertunity rallied from last to win the Brook- head of the lane and held safe the late bid of Hon- notched his second straight triumph, recorded his lyn by two lengths in 2:28.61 for the one-rfiile eymoon Cruise to score by a length fourth win in six starts this year and now owns and one-half distance A 4-year-old homebred daughter of Fiberfive wins and nearly $100,000 banked from eight - Reach Spirit freelancer Ted Blac! at Sonde owned and trained by John McKee, Lies career outings