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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSOI~ Farmer's ADVOCATE 13 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1982 ,- II II COUGAR STARS -- Jefferson basketball enthusiasts will be presented this month and next to see two !Jefferson High cage stars, now members cage teams in action. When the State College cagers come to Sbepher- on Tuesday night, Nov. 30 to tangle with College basketball team, a former High cage star of last season--Roy a freshman at Bluefield State, will in r see some action in the game. And County cage fans with to see the former Cougar star in on a college level of cage competition. Monday night, Dec. 6 when the Potomac Varsity cagers travel to Frederick, take on the Frederick Community and again on January 24 when the travel to Hagerstown, Md to play Junior College cagers, Mike member of the Potomac State cage team to see a lotof action in both games. hflar action and ceeds will go to the Fri p Fire Company in Harpers Ferry Junior Ferry. haskethall tour- Theof tho two hard- ed- Three games wood warn will go aft tbe local team.s will than-eoveted title in the cham- hought from any Fireman. All pro- game. Yet many fans believe it is the donkeys who are the pride of the court and the stars of the shaw. The talented and sportsminded ardmals are from the Buckeye Ball Co. Westerville, Ohio and all of them kmw their way around a ha.skethall court. Muskellunge Are Now growth tig muskellunge are being stocked in the Shenandoah a joint project of the West Vh'glnia of Natural Resources and the Fisheries Center at Leetown. inclms m now reami the the the r-tmdt of a the West and the rvice. tigers were mpoim line to in a tract of land the state several accelerated fer the in the put, exlmet to be tigers cozld reach the 28-inch legal h ,th next year. District Fisb es Biologist Gerald Lewm and Cromer. ration Oflr er David Walker wm be monitoring progrem. The fmh, a northern pik /md, were reared to 4.S inc at tha Ridge State Hatchery and then tra erred to ponds at tbe Fisl at Leetown in late June where they "dined" on a boumiful m mu of faUmad When har ,ested four nmnUm hter, the tigers abd grown to betweeu 10 and t9 inches with the average fish measuri 14 inches. Became are a rid, pro rz.um in the wUdis David W. MeDan andDNR Carl R. Sullivan extrmed on- in the Girls ! Meeting Thursday Night With the end of the season The Jefferson High foothall year. Tim result, a 56-yard fastapproachiag, the Jefferson Cougars, hack on the track touchdown run, straight up the High girls' cage team, 10-5 on with a 20d6 win over Keyser middle, by fullback Alva the year, will play a pair of High in a homecoming contest Brans . David Housden home contests during the next last Friday night at Shenan- kicked the extra point, week, then wind up the regular doah Junction, have one goal Actually, Keyser scored Rr- season at Martinsburg Thurs- yet to obtain, a 6 and 3 record st, on an 18-yard field goal, day November IB. for the1982 season, kicked by John Fanto, but af- This Thursday evening, To accomplish that end they ter that Jefferson took charge, November 11 at 7 o'ckock, the must overcome a couple of Jefferson's second touch-CongaretteswiUhostKeyserat hurdles, an away-from-home down was also a "big" play Shenandoah Junction. Jdfer- contest for number one, anda that saw quarterback Tim son won an earlier encounter at tough Wheeling Park eleven Parker roll right, see amKeyser. for another, opening, and run 62 yards for Next Monday evening the op- The Cougars will be on the thesix-pointer, position will come from road for the ninth and final Keyr ' "s first tonchdownMusselman High, also at game of the season this Friday came on a blocked punt. After Shenandoah Junction. Jeffer- night, and Coach Ron Rennet holding Jefferson on the son defeated the Applemen is they've re ined the Cougar I0, John Fanto got by hack in October. intensity that saw them win the Cougar defenders and fell This past week Jefferson tl'~ first four games of the on a blocked punt in the Jef- played lyJt one game, an Apple year before bowing, in suc- ferson end zone. He added the Valley League contest with cession, to Martimburg, extra point from placement, James Wood in Winchester, Potomac, Md and Alegany and Keyser trailed, 13-10. and lost 61-45. of Cumberland, Md. As Coach Mike Cook describ- They'll need all Lhe intensity Keyser made a hall game of ed it "one of those nights they can muster to top it when quarterback Jeff when nethingwentright." WT~eeling Park, an eleven that Kesecker tossed a 15-yard Plagued by injuries and foul was ranked in the state's top scoring pass to Rick Am~er trovble, Jefferson saw the Col- ten (as was Jefferson), early that put Keyser in front, 16-13. oriels assume a 30-22 half-time on in the season, but which lost But Jefferson rose to the oc- lead, then pull steadily away to some heart.breakers and casion, moving the ball con- ice the victory. droppedout of contention for a sistenfly over a 41-yard Crystal Williams led Jeffer- playoff berth in the triple-A scoring route that saw Bran- son with 13 points. division, son gather in an 18-yard Wheeling Park uses a pro Parker pass for the final tally Ranson School Has set, rum the veer well, and is of the game. Housden's kick i red to be an was "Pumpkin Bowl" type team that can throw if it Keyser had 17 first downs, has to but prefers not to. Jefferson 10. In rushing Jef- As for Jefferson, it departed ferson had 192 yards, Keyser from its normal offensive had 148; in the passing depar- fornmtion for a big play last tment, the Cougars garnered Friday evening against 137 yards to Keyser's 107; and Keyser. The Cougars, em- as for penalties, Keyser pleyingnohnddle, setupinan escaped any assessment, Jef- unbalanced wishbone of- ferson had four calls costing lense for the fh'~t time this them 40yards. Jefferson': W th Victor Over Loudoun Valley Vikes The Jefferson High School score no more. jay e foot team m the third quarter, Congar a most successful season last quarterback Tony Twyman Wedmnday, defeating Londoun went to work, and before he and Valley 29-14, to up its season his teamnmtes were record to 5-2. they scored three times in the Fremthe ,andpomtofCoac- stanza, and once again in the hes Bob Rizzo and Grog fourth perind to ice tbe victory. Morgan, it was more than suc- Jefferson got two ~ when cessful in a couple of ways. As LoudotmValley'squsrterhack they described it, "we worked was trapped in the end zone for hard on the basics, we played a safety. The first Cougar as hard as we could, everybody touchdown came when got into the act, and we had Twymancarriedmyardstotbe fu " one yard line then sneaked over Having fun playing football for the six pointer. prohably acenunts for the won- Minutes later, Twyman, lost ~, which included playing desp safety, receiveda three wins in a row, over Iamdoun Valley p-nt and pro- Reds,and raptly scampered 60 yards for Londeun Valley, to conclude tbe senre. And third the seas,quarter score saw Twyman In that Loudoun Valley wweep end for yards for ~me, for which the Little ~ t~ly. Todd Hall kicked Cougars ~ere l~mped up ~y the extra point after each of the high, things began badly, three touchdowns. Before four ~ had efalm- The final score was, you d in the first quarter, Londmm guessed it, scornd by TWynmn Valley was in front 14-0 and on a 15-yard sweep with fore- things looked bleak, minutes to play. The fu'~ sco~e for the Wwgi- Defensively, as men~ nians canto on a 40 yard punt previously, Jefferson's return, and a run for two extra defensos ~ s/mr down points. Thin, dmwed the Loudmm Valley offeme for tbe emming kickoff and nearly tha eutire ball game. doun Valley recovered on the Leading the outstanding ef. three and promptly scored fort were Jeff Jones, Kevin ~qpdn to make it 14-0. Wmsto~ Kenny Bowlin, Brian But then, the ddemes took Lewis, Bolz tShonk, KlrkBen- over, eqlecially for Jeffermm, to~ John Snyder and Brock and Valley was to Wu ,ey. Asme mml days of tbe Jef fermnCounty YouthSoeeer Le Zue's Fall seas near, the Tuscawilla Soccer Club's teanm contimm to m dn. rain tbeir sUmmn in the League. On Saturday, Nov. Timbers shut-out Hawks with a of 8-0. Defemively, D. DUlow, D. and F. Prit. chef the wemure eft Umir gml which lent to temm,s vie . The Division 5's Black Plague won out over the tswith a final score of 4-L Good i ays were made in this game by S. White, B. and T. Cook. In Div. 4, the Bkck lt gi took first with their win ove tim Dtvi 's Charles Town team. With their victory the 7"s Charles Town team, the Black Stokes tamed their und eatnd slams in their division. The Tuscawilla Soccer Club will be having an Awards Ban. quet on Nov 19th at the IAon's Club in Cbarles Town. H you plan to atte . II I I I The Ranson Elementary School celebrated 14a ~een with their tractional Pumpkin Bowl Touch football ~. The two teams, Sherwood's Wildcats and Rephann's Raiders, put out everything tbey had on the field. Tha game was exciting and fierce as halftime scores rested at 12 to 12. HaHtkme activities started with cheers from the WRdcats and Raiders CY,then the c-os~e judging contest with witches~ghosts, E.T Pac Mi~n. and many more characters. The second half continued and the Raiders kept going streng making the final score to 12, a victory for Rephann's Raiders Parents' Day At Shepherd tlm. 13 SHEPHERDS'IX)WN--Par- ent's Day at Shepherd College is Saturday, November 13 and a full day of activities is plan- ned for students and friends of the college. Activities begin at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday with a reception for parent, faculty and sttxlents in the College Center until 11:30. During that time, tours of Popodicon, home of Shepherd Pres James Butcher, will be conducted. Also bef-ween 9:30 and noon, a blood pressure clime will be sponsored by Shepherd's Nurses tion. Free blood pressure readings will be available in theCollege Center pub area. From 10a.m. -until I p.m an art exhibit featuring work of the Shepherd College art faculty will be open in the Creative Arm Center. Walking tours of Shepher- dsto m will be bet- wee~ II a.m, and 2 p.m. with wur gl.O gatt ing in the Runmey Haom of College Center before each tour. In case of bad weather, a slide on Shepher- dstown be shewn in the Rmnsey Ronm. west Virginia State in the ammal Parents' Day football game which begins at 1:30 p.m. post.game will be pro .led by the "Patent Pending" in the Center pub, from 4-5 p.m. III Sales -- Service -- Parts 0 New and Used Cars and Trucks Over 200 Units in Stock and on Order 1835 Valley Ave. -- Winchester, Va. PHONE: I - 703 - 667 - 9200 MAIJBI 7$11 II JEFFERSON HIGH VARSITY BAND COLOR GUARD Shown above are the members of the Jefferson High School Varsity Band Color Guard who provide the honor guard for the band for all parades and the National Anthem at all home football games. They also form the rifle drill team for halftime shows at the Varsity football games. They are as shown above (left to right)--Julie Wilt, Charlene Frye, and Mary Wharton. Second row (left to right)--Angle Woodward, Lori Crawford and Terri Furr. Seminar On Deer CTJH Gids Complete Successful Season; Hunting Nov. 18-20 Janelle Stephenson Leads Team Scoring first annual Deer ting Seminar will be held November 18, 19 and 20 at Blackwater Falls State Park near Davis. The event is not restricted to park but, is open to anyone interested in any as~t of deer hunting and hunter safety. Topics to be discussed in. clude deer management, habitat, hunting techniques, meat preparation, trophy animals, survival and safety. Guest speakers will include division of wildlife resounds personnel, a gummith, a chain- pion arch conservation of- ricers, forest service personnel and others. Door prizes will be awarded and ~ i~lude a signed print of me white tailed deer by noted wildlife artist Tom Allen. def more Ir or- marion should contact: Mark Wylie, Park Naturalist, Blackwater Lodge, Davis WV 26200. Cage Tffouts At CrJH Scheduled Tryouts for the buys basket- ball teanm at Om rlos Town Junior High School have been by the varsity and junior vanity coaches. Oomph Har Imeall- ed for varsity *youts on Mon- day, TUesday and Wednemiay, November s,16 and 17. They'll start at 3:10p.m. each of tlmse days. Junior varsity Coach Charlie Hine will hold tryouts for the junior vanity December I, and 3 at the same after school hours. FERRY JUNIOR HIGH GAME I8 CANCELLED The football game between Harpers Ferry Junior High School and scbeduled for last Thursday was by Lin nom because of the heavy rainfall. Coach Bruce Davidson's Ferry Tigers completed an ab- breviated schedule with t win, I tie and 4 Iossea. To Fort Hood, TeL Keith A. C,m-ley, son d Chester and George e Joins W. Washlngton St Town, lum arrtvnd f#r dnty at Foct Hood, Texas. veh/cle drlver wlth me Armored Dlvlslon, wm prevlo y u.med West Ga-nmny. The Charles Town Junior ~ led the way with High girls basketball team has 22 points, Indi Curry had 17, completed successful Stephanie Strader 6, Carmen ssason, wrapping up a 7-1mark Taylor, 4, Danese Jackson, for the year with an easy 55-13 Jody Page and Karen Jenlons victory over Berkeley Springs 2 each. Fox was high for last week. Berkeley with I0. More notable is the fact that Coaching Charles Town was over a three year span, the Mike Cook, subbing for new Pantherettes have lost but one father Hine. game in 31 starts which, aceor- a recordt CoaChunmatchedClmrlie Hine,in thisiS Area Teams The lem came earlyin State Playoffs Charles Town avenged that defeat in easy fashion, A quick look at area f~ Leadm8 the thieeyear sm'ge happeainSs from last week and of Charles Town was topscorer Upcoming. Janelle Stephenson who broke Two Eastern Panhandle the school scoring record held scholastic teams will be com- by Wondy Whitebait when she peting in the state high school averaged 22 points per game playoffs. for a grand totaA of 677. Musselman High, with one She's shown above receiving game to go Pocahontas Co. a from Coach Hine at MtmselmanFriday: t), is denoting her unusualnumber unPin Class Double A, acenmplisl ent. 9-0 on the season and already If there was any disappoint- thinking about a possible State merit this season it was the lack AA championship. Musselman doplxmitio With many school topped Bishop Ireton last week systems turning to the middle 58-6. school precept { thus Martimburg High, its season eliminating the junior high complete at g-l, also awaits an- level) games are harder and nonncement of the pairings in bard to book. In fact, so hard the State Triple A champion- that any thought of a girls post. ship round. The Bulldogs season tournament, generally wound up play last Friday with sponsored locally, was dropped a 28-2O win over Liberty, early in the year. Jefferson Hi . 5-3, out of the In the final game of the runningfor post season play, seum, Coach Hine used his m- will trek to Wheeling Park Fri- tire squad in an effort to hold day. The Cougars broke a down the margin,three-game losing streak without success, Turn to Page 14