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SPIRIT OF' JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1984 13 P YOUNG PLAYER -- Corey Gesell, a high school baseball standout with Jefferson County has been named as the most outstanding baseball player in the entire Metropolitan area. A of Class-AA Glen Park High School, Corey, a 190- 6-3 pitcher for the Glen Park team, was also an out- hitter during his high school baseball career. Corey an 11-2 pitching record this past season, including in the Maryland State Baseball Championships, defeated North Hagerstown (Md.) High in the State has also been named as a member of the Scholastic All-Star team. During the Summer he also pitched for the Oxon Hill Legion Post team, up an 8-0 pitching record and hurled his team State Legion Baseball championship. For his outstan- on the baseball diamond he has been a baseball scholarship by Virginia Polytechnic In- is thd son of Linda Gesell, the former Linch the Harpers Ferry area, a grandson of Mrs. Arthur Patrick Henry Way Development near Charles also a nephew of Billy Bush, a former resident of residing in Arlington, Va. -- New attendance records were established Field in 1984. The new six-home-game figure is an average of 58,897 and it is an all-time high for games at Mountaineer Field. The over-all atten- a ark of 409,754 for an average of 58,536 is also an All- The Jefferson High School varsity football team played one of its better defensive games of the year but could not get their offense untracked as they dropped their homecoming contest 7-0 to Keyser on November 2. Keyser's score came with just 1:20 left in the game when Keyser tailback Sean Hill dashed 12 yards for the only score of the evening. Tom Harmon kicked the PAT. For Keyser now 8-2 on the year, kept their faint hopes alive for a state piayoff berth. The Cougars complete a 2-8 cam- paign but will welcome back a large portion of the team for as ooly five seniors appeared in the starting lineup. Prior to the homecoming game the Bruce Brown Memorial Award was presented to Senior Kenny Bowlin. Bowlln was a three year letterman for coach RAm Rennet and during the past season did not miss a practice or a game. GAME STATISTICS Cougars Keyser 5 1st i)ow~m 11 21}171 Ruhfmg 41/297 50 Passing 3,$ 121 Total offense - 242 6-1@@ Pa~es/Comp./Int. 3-10-1 1-1 FumbJes/~Mi6 1-1 7/21.5 Punts/Avg. 3128.3 4/30 Penalties/Yards 7/85 Tbe leading rushem in the game was Keyser's Sean Hill with 167 yards on 34 carries. Leading rushers for JHS were John McClellan and David Brown each with 33 yards on I0 carries. On defense junior linebacker Arch Dodson led the Cougars with II tackles, while sophomore Gregg Coulter, senior DeWayne Jenkins, and senior Tooy Twyman each conWibuted 9 tackles. See next weeks issue of this newspaper for the complete player by player statistics on both offense and defense of the 1964 Cougars. Bowlin Awarded Bruce Brown Award Kenny Bowlin (left) standout offensive guard and defen- sive tackle for the Jefferson High School football team for 1984, was the recipient of the fourth annual Bruce Brown Memorial Award, prior to last Friday's game with Keyser. Presenting the award is Angle Brown, daughter of the late Bruce Brown, a State Trooper who lost his life in the line of duty. Observing is Trooper J.S. Cast of the Jefferson County State Police Detachment. Bowlin, a senior, has let- tered for the Cougars for the past three years. (Photo by Tim Sinn) THE 1984 TEAM -- "What a difference a week said head coach Don Nehlen of the West Virginia "Last week I said I was most proud of the 1984 exciting victory over Penn State. Last Satur- say I was disappointed in the showing of the against Virginia. We thought we were pretty see what happened. We forgot to play football ) play; as a result we were soundly defeated. all week and I did my best to convey my feelings to All in all, we are having a good year and our have worked very hard. Now they have two big in front of the. We can still finish with a 9-2 going to take a lot more than talking about it. to get back to doing what we do best and that is scratching for everything. Nobody is going to lay dead for the Mountaineers. If we do get back E1 again, I firmly believe our 1984 season will a Positive note," Nehlen stated. TICKETS ON SALE -- Tickets for the annual State Girls' Basketball tournament, are now mail and telephone order. Book tickets for reser- for all eight (8) sessions of the tournament are ;$25 for students aa 35Ior edicts. John D. Rober- the Charles Civic nter where the tour- Will be played, says VISA and Mastercard orders by calling 1-345-SHOW or 1-800-223-SHOW. Mail be addressed to the Charleston Civic Center, High School Basketball Tournament, 200 Civic Charleston, W. Va. 25301. The tournament will 12 through Saturday, Dec. 15. This year's girls' been expanded to include eight teams from RACES - The sixth annual Turkey Trot held Saturday, November 17, ,beginving at 10 Clarke County Parks fitness trail, located one Berryville on Business Route 7. Races will be ailes, and 6 miles. All interested runners, joggers, are "urged to attend. Race entry is $2.00 with at 8:30 a.m. Overall trophies and age will be given. Free turkeys will be drawn for For further information call229-3015. OFFENSIVE PLAYER -- For the second Season a Shepherd College gridder has been named A player of the week by the West Virginia tl'detic Conference. Anthony Crenshaw, 175- tailback, a sophomore from Northfork, Va last week's offensive player of the week. Cren- ball 25 times and gained a total of 174 yards s 48-25 defeat of Fairmont State College. He also tOuchdowns. This was Crenshaw's 5th con- Shepherd's senior quarterback Mike just about re-written the offensive record won the same WVIAC top offensive honor Gary Adams, a Ram defensive lineman, won defensive honors for his outstanding play in game of the season on September 8. Year Head Hunters Hold Slim Lead In Monday Night Ladies'.League School varsity MONDAY NIGHT LADIES' succeasfitl BOWLING LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS ~ the Dr. Teams W-L ; win- Head Hnnt~ 14- 7 for the Prapst Plumbing 13- 8 and finishing 8peefallty Binding 12- 9 torn'ha- CommnRy Oil 12- It t week. C. dqm CArrel ll.1O and number of 9 hole M.T. Strider 11-10 golfer Smog's Ires. 10-11 follows: Whlte's ~ 1011 ; TimLce's hato R alr 15-11 Valley nurdwm.e Tedder, 22 Carlyle & A . m~ram 8-13 13 rounds, Team No. 3 7-14 14 rounds, 46.2; The Head Hunters are still clinging 47.9; Be~ to a slim lead in the Monday Night Wdson, Ladies Bowling League Action at 12 rmmds, Sheaandoah Lanes, with 14 wins and ae~on defeats. But Propst Plumbing, Trevm- Lit- Specialty Binding and Community Oil and Andrew are ail eloee back. Tom Evans, Paula Burch rolled the high dividual game Monday night, a with Charlotte Plum seo with a 222 and Cathy Woodward third with a 203 game. 9 The annual Civitan Bowl, sponsored by the Civitan Club of Martinsburg and the Shepherd College Athletic Department, will be staged Saturday afternoon at Shepherd Stadium in Shepherdstown when the hosting Shepherd Rams clash with West with the Rams, including 14 100-yard games. The day was a record-setting one for the Rams as Coyle, split end John Fot- ta and placekicker John Treadway all got into the act. Coyle, who already owned 9-of-14 virginia State at 1:30. Shepherd passing records, picked up The contest, with its proceeds going another one and tied yet one more in to the Eastern Panhandle Training completing 10-of-15 passes for 150 Center, the Shepherd College Athletic yards against the Falcons. Coyle set Scholarship Fund and other communi- a new single season passing yardage ty projects, will wind up the season for record with 1,314 yards, breaking the the Rams, who currently own a 6-3 record of 1,312 held by Jeff Myers record and could, with a victory, wrap since 1968. Coyle also tied Myers' up their fifth straight season with record for most completions in a seven or more victories, season with 102 strikes. The Yellow Jackets from State enter Fotta, from nearby Hagerstown, the contest with a 4-4-1 overall record, Md moved past all-time leading 3-3-1 in the West Virginia Conference. receiver Bob Deaton in one facet and Shepherd is 5-2-0 in the conference, closed in on Denton's standard in L~t week, Shepherd putits offemm another. FoP,~a ~napped +~ton's in high gear and defeated Fairmont record for receiving yards in a season State, 48-25 at Ram Stadium. The with625 (Denton's was 615), and edg- ",-tams rolled up over 500 yards total of- ed close to Denton's longfime mark for fense and more than 300 yards most catches in a season with 44 (1)en- rushing, ton holds the record with 47). The Rams, directed by two-time Treadway has been one of the most WVIAC Offensive pleasant surprises this season for Ban" Mike Coyle, wasted no time m ugnung and the Rams. After missing his first up the scoreboard. Just e' z(,ht min u~two field goal attempts of the '84 into, Coyle and Co. enjoy season, the Ashton, Md native has con- a 21-0 aavantage on toucnaown nected on I0 of his last 12 tries. haw (3 9 yards) alto knthony Crens Treadway, who has hit seven r'eppy Smith ( 6 yards), straight field goal attempts, tied Brian Crenshaw finished the day with 174 Kingshury's record for most field on 25 carries with two -,-. Kin yards su~m m a season, gsbury hit 10 touchdowns. The WVIAC's leadm~field goals in 1981, and Treadway has rusher, Crenshaw has now rushed fm 10 three-pointers going into the final 2,195 yards in 19 career appearauce game of the '84 campaign. Plans Completed For Girls Vs MHS In First Game Plans for the girls Triple A sectinnal the Hampshire-Keyser sectional at basketball tmwnameut were formaliz- Hampshire High School on Friday, ed last week in a meeting between the December 7. involved schools, Jefferson, Mar- The. regional champion will par- tinsburg and Hedgeaville. Ucipate in state tmmmm~t play at the Tuesday, November 27, JeffersonCivic Center in Charleaton beginning and Martinsburg will meet at the Wednesday, December 12. Hedgesville H~h Seheol gymnasium; In the meantime, the Jefferson ltigh dnd on Thursday, November 29, the girls team, a strong contender for sec- .winner will play Hedgeaville on a tionalandrgionalhenors, w~tohave neutral court (either Jefferson or played Keyeer Wedmmday evening, MartiaeJaurg). theu will be idle until Monday when it Donald Hetzel, Jefferson High tackles Museelman at Inwood. athletic director, said admission to tmwnameut games will be $1.50 for The final two games of the regular students and $2.50 for adults, season find the Cougars at Mar- The sectional ~ will advance totinsburg November 15 and at home regional play, meeting the winner of against Morgantown November 17. Paula Burch and Cathy Woodward The bun~g and trapping outlook for also rolled the high individual sets of all of these game animals is general- the night, both registering 539, while e vm-able. However, the fortune of unte and Ira Carla Edwards was third with S29 L .ppem will be dstermin- The High team game the night's ed largely by their ability to recegnize action was rolled by Lee's Auto and locate good habitat, and by their Rqmir, a 914, with M.T. Strider aecond skill. with 9~ and Community Oil third with The Wildlife Remmrcea Division 899. Tbe M.T. Strids~ team had the top ~ ~partmmm in cbeck the 1~4 hun- high team set s, ve, 2, 0 with Lee's ting and trapping regulations for dos- Auto Repair second with 2,651 and ing dates, bag limits and other Team M. No. 3 third with 2533. infcrmatiog. Joan Jeukim sau the sue's GIVE THE UNITED WAY leading bowler with a 173 average, with Carla Edwards and Paula Burch ~ow tied for second with a 1~' average and Elaine Myers fourth with 161. Small Game Hunting, Trapping Season Opens West Virginia's hunting and trapp- ing season is in full swing, according to the Wildlife Reaourom Divkion. On November 3, hunting eeuons opened for bobcat, bnhwhite quail, cottontail rabbit, gray and red fox, ringnecked and Irate. In nddl- tion, zemmm fw b ver, bob. cat, fiaher, gray and red fox, mink and muskrat ~ on that same date. Homecoming Queen Crowned at JHS At halftime of last Friday night's Jefferson High Schoo football game, Lucy Kratz, daughter of Lucille Kratz of Walnut Grove, was crowned homecoming queen. In the above photo, Principal Warren Carter (right) is placing the crown on Miss Kratz' head. She is escorted by Air Force Academy Cadet David Didden: Members of Miss Kratz' court were Terri Furr, Vicki Whetstone, Leslie Carbone, Pam Lloyd, Jill McCormick, Beth Green, Cindy Clemmons, Nicole Nobrega and Deanne Torlone. (Photo by Kable- Photographics) Alison Gregg Named Soccer Team Captain Alison Gregg, eighth-grade daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William P. Gregg, Jr of Harpers Ferry, has been electe captain of the girls soccer team at The Country Day School of Jefferson County. Results of the elec- tion were announced by soccer coaches Thomas H. Gast and James H. Pierce. Pierce, who is also the school's director of athletics, revealed that the girls' first interscholastic soccer match will be played on November 13 in Middleburg, Va against the Hill School. In a close, hard-fought contest on October 15, the boys' soccer team bowed to Hill by a score of 1-0. The girls' squad is drawn mainly from the Upper School (grades 6-9), but some players from grades 4 and 5 will also see action in the game with Hill. Coached by Talbot L. Talbot, the boys' next soccer match is scheduled for November 15. They will travel to Le~burg, Va to oppose Londoun Cmmtry Day School. The Breeders Cup The Tri-State Futurity Saturday, November 10 T~P r~" uih r'~l!h 3~-tJ~)ita: B!~ed+V'~ (;t/D Do;+~f Br~o(~ 5 CJ, u~ JL+VF/+ ~e ar~