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PAGE a2 I pirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'SADVOCATE I Wednesday, September. 18, 2013 I SPORTS i I TIRE, TOWING & AUTO CARE CENTER, INC. presents thePatriot Female Soccer Player: Atley Fortney Atley has been a con- sistent goal scorer all season for the Patriots, who had a 4-3-0 record through seven games. Congratulations, Atley I ! iii Vehicle RepairCenter I I Badgestone/Rrestone Dealer l Alignments ITIRE, TOWING & AUTO CARE CENTER, INC. " I I 304.876.6835 . I I I Mon. - Fri. 8am to 6pm I Saturday sam to 12 noon I Sunday Closed presents the Patriot Male Golf Player: Patrick Burgess With a round of one-under-par for his nine holes, Patrick led the Patriots to a win over St. James. His round of 35 came on the par 36 layout. Congratulations, Patrictd DAVID PENNOCI~ Tanner Cantrell is off on one of his long runs against Hampshire in the Cougars' 34-7 win Friday in Romney. cantrell had 243 all. ' purpose yards as the Cougars pushed their unbeaten record to 3-0. Jefferson is at Musselman this Friday. ,L Jefferson yards from Hunter Colbert. amassed 157 ground yards. His 6-for-19 through the air and suf- After Isaac Myers ran two yards two pass receptions totaled 88 fered on.e interception FROM PAGE B1 for a score in the third quarter, the yards. On the ground, the Cougars Cougar lead had gone to 20-0. Hampshire was bhmted all had 254 yards on 41 attempts. gars had subdued the Trojans, Hampshire's only points came night by the Jefferson run defense The Cougars only punted twice. 34-7, with Tanner Cantrell pro- next on a six-yard scoring pass and had only 106 yards rushing or Both the teams lost one fumble. ducing 243 yards of total offense from Shane Ennis to Dale Bryson. just over two yards per try. Penalties came Jefferson'S and Jefferson moving to a 13-0 Jefferson finalized the scor- Jefferson's tbtal offense num- way. It was flagged 11 times for lead by halftime and then finish- ing with last-quarter scores from ber was 441 yards. The Cougars 85 yards. ingthejobwithanother 14points Martinez Grant (a 34-yard TD had 19 first downs to Hamp- The Cougars travel to Berke- in the fourth quarter, reception from Jalon Smith) .and shire's eight. Jefferson's seven ley County on Friday at 7 p.m, tO At the half, the Cougars had Cantrell (on a 40-yard scoringrun completions on 18 throws got it face Musselman in lnwood. The Cantrell"s 78-yard touchdown with less than a minute to play). 187 passing yards, but also two 3-0 Cougars will see the 1-2 Ap- run and field goals of 23- and27- Cantrell ran only 12 times but interceptions. The Trojans were plemen. Ribbon fully through the stretch to catch the pair of leaders, including the 2-5 favorite, My Miss FROM PAGE B1 Aurelia, and won by a head in the photo fin- ish. The $85,000 Wild and Wonderful Stakes This year, Book Review has raced four at seven furlongs is scheduled for a 9:15 p.m. times. She has one win and three seconds post time. At 9:50 p.m the $400,000 Re- for her efforts. Her last race was at Sarato- searcher Stakes at seven furlongs is sched- ga in August where she stormed through a uled. long stretch run only to be beaten by a head The silent auction ends at 10 p.m. and then by another thoroughbred with a successful at 10:30 p.m the featured $400,000 Charles Charles Town background, Dance to Bris- Town Oaks, another seven furlong stakes tol. event, takes place. The night actually has seven stakes races Last year's winner of the "Oaks" was on the drawn out card. three-year-old Book Review, who swept There are four races that each carry purses around the others in the 10-horse field to win of $50,000. going away by clear daylight. Longest of the four $50,000 races is the Book Review was trained at that time by seven furlong Pink Ribbon. Three sprints Chad Brown and ridden by Jav]er Castellano of four-and-a-half furlongs also highlight and went off at 7-5 odds. the docket and they are the Rachel's Turn In December of last year, she won in a for state breds, the Henry Mercer Memorial photo finish at Santa Anita in. the Grade I and the Its Only Money, named after a suc- La Brea Strokes at seven furlongs. She had cessful multiple stakes winner at Charles changed hamds and was being trained by Town. Bob Baffert. Racing is slated to begin at 5 p.m. with The daughter of the highly successful stal- the Charles Town Oaks given a post time of lion, Giant's Causeway, she moved power- 10:30 p.m. OFF THE TEE DeLeOnardo crowned senior champion The Sleepy Hollow Golf Ladies. have completed all major tour- naments; only two weeks left for merriment. On Thursday, Debbie. DeLeonardo won the "Senior Club. Championship" with a 67. Dot Sag-, er was second with a 70. The Daily Tournament was "Most 5's" (front: or back). Peggy Glascock and CeCe Quinlan, tied for the win with four each. Dr Marneerat Vongxaiburana dropped in 13 to win Daily Putts. DeLeonardo. chipped in at No. 6 and Lynne Wise- man chipped in at No. 5. --Maggie Whitehair I presents the Cougar Female Soccer Player: Kat Hussion Nat had both goals in Jefferson's 2-0 win over Mercersburg Academy Earlier, she had a three-goal game in another Jefferson win. Congratulations, Kat. ~:~ ?'.~%~~~:c~:~- , !~ ~ ': ~ TIRE, TOWING & AUTO CARE CENTER, INC. presents the Cougar Male Football www.jeffersonsecurit bank.corn MemberFDIC '[~ Player. Tanner Cantrell Tanner scored two touch- downs and had 243 all- purpose yards as Jefferson remained unbeaten with a 34- 7 win over Hampshire. Way to go, Tanner/ ~::~!:~'~ ~ .~'~,: ~~ ~Otelo V~nlel~ Repair Center iliil geston mr=tone Dealt ~i ~.~ Computerized Dia~nostlcs TIRE, TOWING & AUTO CARE CENTER, INC. Alignments Shuffle Service 304.876,6835 Towing Selvice www. brownstire, net Mon. - Fri. 8am to 6pm l Saturday 8am to 12 noon J Sunday Closed Rams Falcons from scoring. Fairmont's only points came FROM PAGE B1 m the second period when Ja- cob Jean-Charles intercepted a last-minute fumble recovery that Trae Tinsman pass, disregard- he returned 89 yards for a score, ed Tinsman's attempted tackle, Johnson. Dixon and the other reached the three-yard line and run-stuffing Shepherd defenders fumbled into the end zone where limited Fairmont to 52 rushing T.C. Chestnut recovered it for the yards on 35 carries and kept the game's first touchdown. 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Even though it was mostly ineffective, it was the Ram of- fense that hurried the second half tempo, often standing ready for the next play before the of- ficial could spot the ball. And Shepherd's chances to score the second half's only points were greatly enhanced because it had only one penalty and that was for five yards. After Fairmont had scored off the Tinsman intercepted pass, the Rams had their only real of- fensive motion of the day. A 10- play scoring drive that covered 42 yards was finished by Jabre Lolley where he fought through trouble to score from the two. Before the half closed, Frank- lin recovered a Fairmont fum- ble forced by Howard Jones on the Fighting Falcon 10. Tins- man threw to a completely un- covered Anthony Weisenmiller 9117 O's @ Boston Red Sox 7PM Orioles Radio Net 9/18 O's @ Boston Red Sox 7PM Orioles Radio Net 9/19 Dana Holgerson Show 7PM IMG Radio Net O's @ Boston Red Sox**9PMOrioles Radio Net 9/20 Jefferson @ Musselman 7PM 1340 WEPM and High School Game Night IOPM Metro News Radio Net 9/21 WVU @ Maryland12PM IMG Radio Net/1340 WEPM WVU @ Maryland 2:30PMIMG Radio N'et/97.5 WI.TF 9/22 Ravens @ Houston Texans 12:30PM Ravens Radio Net Denver Broncos @ NY Giants 4PM Sports USA Net Sunday State Wide Sports Line 8PM Metro News Listen online at us up on laceb0ok at ftx and follow us on twitter @WEPMSpo for a one-yard score. But Ryan.' Earls missed the extra point. And Shepherd had a 13-7 lead at the half. Barber intercepted a Fairmonj pass near the end of the thir~ quarter. After a dropped pa~ in the Fairmont end zone, thl Shepherd drive was kept m6 ~ ing on Robert Byrd's first-doY catch. After Tir/sman scramb| 10 yards to the one, Allen scored on third down,Earls rfiai the extra point for a 20-7 lea The Rams had one first in the fou r~:q~er. And F~tii mont used f~:~ass completioni to reach the Shepherd four with d first down looming. Quarterback Cooper Hibbs hurried and chased away from hil protection. When he was stood up by several Rams, the ball was ripped from his grasp and Barbet claimed it and set off on an-89=' yard touchdown mn that fin extinguished Fairmont's fli . , ing candle. Shepherd hadn't, mn weli enough, and had done almos nothing with its pass offense. It lost three turnovers, one of whicli resulted in Fairmont's on13 points. Its wide receivers werq nearly invisible and its return man muffed two punts, one of which could have mined the af] temoon except that Vince Drza| forcefully removed a Fairmont player whose aim was to recover the second dropped punt. There was a missed extra l nt and the Rams punted eight times for an average of only 36 5 yards per boot. The Rams' special teams had a blocked field goal by Tyler-Wli~n the game was still scoreless ~d'a' blocked punt by Corey Washing- ton that couldn't be advantaged by the Shepherd offense. ,i But Barber, Johnson, Frank:' lin, Jones, Dominique Dixo Dontrewell Kelley, Xavier Ty; ler, Robert Hayes, Philip Rho- den Octavius Thomas, Shanell Jenkins and company overshad- owed the transgressions and lack of production the Shepherd of- fense showed. V ! I '