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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, November 13, 2008 ve Nitro, Big Reds Win Class AAA Soccer Titles ,r Washington High honors for the game against Hampshire included: Offensive Player of the Week -- Dylan Nick; Defen- sive Player of the week -- John Spofford; Special Teams Player BECKLEY -- Nitro defeat- ed University High, i-0, in the Class AAA girls soccer finals. The game was decided by a shootout. Nitro had lost seven games in its regular season. The Class AAA girls semifi- nals saw University defeat Jef- ferson, 2-0, and Nitro ehminate Parkersburg South, 2-0. The Class AAA boys state championship game was won by Parkersburg when it stopped Wheeling Park, 2-0. In the Class AAA boys semifi- nals it was Wheeling Park over Martinsburg, 1-0, and Parkers- burg over George Washington, 2-1, in two overtimes. Berkeley Springs was crowned the Class AA-A boys champion when it stopped Weir, 8-6, in the semifinals and then downed Pocahontas County, 5- 2, in the state championship game. Pocahontas County beat Charleston Catholic, 2-1, in the other Class AA semifinal game. The 16 teams that qualified for the ClassAAAstatefootballplayoffs are (1) unbeaten South Charleston, (2) George Washington, (3) Wheel- ing Park (4) Morgantown, (5) Cap- ital, (6).University, (7) Bridgeport, (8) Caben Midland, (9) Martins- burg, (10) Parkersburg South, (11) Spring Valley, (12) Hurricane, (13) Nicholas County, (14) Fairmont Se- nior, (15) Preston County, and (16) Musselman. INWOOD-- The Jefferson girls volleyball team handed Washington High a season-end- ing, 3-1, defeat in the first round of the Class AAA, Region II, Sec- tion 1 tournament last Thurs- day night at Musselman High. The win by the Lady Cou- offs) and then Washington. The Patriots were 2-8 overall. At 35-7, the Cougars had a With McDonaldandHyler ac- lead that was untouchable by counting for 302 rushing yards Washington. in Jefferson's 321 ground yards. The final Jefferson points the Cougars rarely needed to came in the fourth quarter and resort to throwing. The Patriots were given the Cougars when had a just 112 rushing yards their previous week's final-sec- and completed 5-of-ll passes. ends hero, Tim eden, blocked Johnson caught all of Jeffer- a punt to provide some quick- son's three pass completions. score field position. Garrett The "old" school had the Grantham, a freshman young- quickest running backs and er than most of Washington's even its offensive hne acquit- starters, scored from the one ted itself well against the "new" to give Jefferson its last touch- school. down of the 2008 season. Round One of the expected The Cougars completed a 4- long-run of games between the 6 season with wins over pre- county school's went to Jeffer- viously unbeaten Greencastle son. (which defeated Kennard-Dale, And it was done with the long 41-38, in the first round of the runs of McDonald, Hyler, and Pennsylvania Class AAA play- Johnson. of the Week -- Logan Wilt; and Scout Team Player of the Week , -- Mike Roberts. The Potomac Valley Con- ference has named three Washington High players to The 16 teams that qualified for the Class AA state football play- offs are (1) unbeaten Keyser, (2) Grafton, (3) Wayne, (4) Weir, (5) Chapmanville, (6) Scott, (7) Ra- venswood, (8) Magnolia of New Martinsville, (9) Point Pleas- ant, (10) Webster County, (11) Bluefield, (12) James Monroe, (13) Independence, (14) Shady Spring, (15) Philip Barbour, and (16) Wyoming East. in Semis garsmarked the third time Jef- ferson had beaten the Patriots this season. By eliminating the Patriots, Jefferson moved to the tour- nament semifinals where they had to face homestanding Mus- selman shortly after stopping Washington. The game scores in the win over Washington were 25-21, 21-25, 25-14, and 25-12. Washington's initial season ended with a 3-18 overall record. After a short period of rest, the Lady Cougars faced top-seeded Musselman, which was playing its first match of the night. Musselman had only lost one match all season and carried the state's top ranking against Jefferson. The Lady Applemen stopped Jefferson, 3-0, winning the match by the game scores of 25- 16, 25-15, and 25-10. Musselman's win over Jefferson brought it a berth in the tourna- ment finals against Hedgesville, a 3-1 winner over Martinsburg. ' The Lady Cougars completed their season with a few more losses than wins. By Ted Black Cat could stay with him. Russell the filly notched her first win in Road drew off in the lane to an three starts by stepping the timer Although most of the major eight-length victory and stopped in 54.12. One race later, Run For two-year-old stakes and perhaps the timer in a solid 1:26.09 for Fame also posted a mild upset in the various juvenile division ti- the seven panels. Royal Stare the state-bred event for maiden ties have already been decided, lasted for the place spot. While $15,000 claimers as she prevailed Charles Town hosted the 40th Pagan Cat, a possible beneficiary for the first time in three starr~ renewal of the $132,525 Tri- of the huge closers' bias on West by covering the distance in 54.54 State Futurity for the progeny of V~irginia Breeders Classics night, under Joel Hiraldo for trainer el- stallions standing in Maryland, had to settle for third while 11 he Figgins, III. Virginia, and West Xrirginia. lengths clear of Camp Saginaw. Several races later Pleasant Among the logical contenders Trained by James W. Casey Times lived up to his billing as the for the latest edition of the Tri- for owner Mark Russell, Russell 2-5 favorite when colt had little State Futurity were a pair of colts Road has won four straight races trouble with maiden $10/15,000 that local racing fans had become and four offive starts overall and claiming two-year-old boys. A well acquainted with. Pagan Cat now sports a healthy $157,000 sharp second in his previous rallied from just off the early bankroll and reputation of a outing against maiden $20,000 tempo with a powerful, four-wide budding star. Russell Road could claimers while trying two turns, move on the far turn en route to very well follow in the hoof prints Pleasant Times thrived in the cut drawing off to a 13-length victo- of 2008 Classic winner Ghostly back to one turn and notched his ry in the $125,000 Vincent Mos- Thunder and already he looks first win in three tries for tram- carelli Memorial on West Virgin- like a genuine runner for an ani- er Stephanie Beattie and owner ia Breeders Classics night. Rus- mal born on April Fool's Day. Larry Altman when he covered sell Road, who was a late scratch Last Thursday evening the the distance in 54.25. from that event after posting ira- track also focused on the two- However, the feature on pressive victories in the Dr. Er- year-olds in three one-turn maid- Thursday's card was a one-turn nest Benner Stakes and two oth- en claiming races and one two- allowance for state-bred fillies er local outings. He was the 1-5 turn claiming event, and mares. Among the logical favorite in this event. In the opening race on thecontenders in that event was the when the gate opened in the card, Callmemisterlouis benefit- quick and resilient Mother Free- Tri-State Futurity -- it had actu- ed from the late scratch of Mock- dom, who returned after a long ally been dropped briefly during ie's Brother and the disqualifica- layoff to break her maiden on Charles Town's lean years of the tion of favored Nokay in a two- September 11 by four lengths, late 1990's -- Royal Stare broke turn event for $15,000 claimers, then finished second m an open alertly from along the rail to Trained by Dale Capuano, Call- allowance in her next outing. gain command passing the finish memisterlouis notched his sec- Mother Freedom was made the line the first time, with Landers end straight victory since finish- solid 4-5 choice last Thursday Gem and Russell Road in close ing eighth in the $125,000 Mary- while Burnwell Princess was pursuit, followed by Camp Sag- land Million Nursery. Favored made the 2-1 second choice. inaw, 7-2 second choice Pagan Nokay had to settle for Second Soon after the gate opened in Cat and He's Coming Around. after crossing the wire first while . the allowance event, Burnwell Royal Stare led the field seeking his second straight tally Princess broke alertly to gain com- through honest early fractions for trainer Homer Kline, Jr. mand in an honest opener, while of 23.2 and 47.3 down the back- The next two races offered an Mother Freedom was bothered side and the 16-1 shot appeared ideal comparison between open at the break and got away fifth. to haveplenty left in reserve, and state-bred two-year-old ill- Burnwell Princess opened a clear Russell Road advanced to loom lies carrying the same $15,000 lead through the far turn and held a menacing threat entering the claiming tag. sway through the lane for a three- far turn, while Pagan Cat over- In the open race, Smack Attack length score in 52.68, while fa- took two rivals to race third as posted a mild 4-1 upset for own- vored Mother Freedom had to set- the others quickly began to fade. er-trainer Cynthia Weaver when tle for second for the,third time in But the possible match race that four lifetime starts. She made her many expected to develop late Charles Town-Ranson career debut against open male ri- simply never materialized. Around the turn, Rus- Midget Basketball in a one-turn maiden special weight event in March, 2007. sell Road asserted his superior- The Charles Town/Ranson ity and assumed a clear lead and Midget Basketball and Cheer- JHS Baseball Boosters neither Royal Stare nor Pagan leading League will be holding its registrations this weekend. Hold Bazaar, Meetings Ranson Youth Registrations be from 9 a.m.-12 noon on Saturday, No- The Jefferson High baseball vember 15 and from 2 p.m. -5 boosters are holding a fundrais- p.m. on Sunday, November 16 er to help defray the costs asso- Ranson Parks and Recre- at the Nancy Mills Center in ciated with the 2009 season. ation is holding registration Ranson, which is across from A Christmas Bazaar/yard sale for its youth basketball league, the Domino's Pizza business, will be held on Saturday, Decem- The league is for ages 6- The cost is $45 per child or $65 ber 6 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the through-9. Registration is held for two children. Fees include a Jefferson High cafeteria. The cost Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-5 player's jersey and insurance, is $20 to rent a 10 x 10 space. p.m. through November 15 at Cheerleading fees include use For space reservations for the Ranson City Hall. The fi- of uniform and insurance. All the Christmas Bazaar/ yard nal registration date is Satur- new basketball players are re- sale please call Toni Milbourne day, December 6 from 9 a.m.- quired to attend the league at 535-6851 or 261-2448. 11 a.m. at the Ranson Civic draft which will take place on The baseball boosters will Enter. Registration fee is $60. Saturday, November 22 at 6also be holding a meeting of the All games and practices will be p.m. at the Charles Town Mid- fundraising committee on Men- held at the Civic Center. More dle School. All new cheerlead- day, November 17 at 7 p.m. in volunteers are needed. For oth- ers are required to attend the the high school cafeteria, and a er information, call Jim Pier- draft on Monday, November 24 general membership meeting on son at (304) 725-0552 or (304) at 6 p.m. at the Wright Denny Monday, December 1 at 7 p.m. 616-8998. Elementary School. in the high school cafeteria. its all-conference first team. Tyrek Collier was the first- team tight end, Dylan Nick was a first-team running back, and David Scott was a first-team tackle. Center Andy Scott was named to the second-team. One Washington High play- er was placed on the all-con- ference, first-team defense and that player was lineback- tin Nottingham, place kick- er John Spofford. Named to er Tanner Robison, defensive the All-PVC second team de-back Jordan Carter, and line- fense were linebacker Jus- backer Tyrek Collier. new scratch-off games I Fire & Ice Santa Claws/Paws I ~IB~=~ I Win uP to $9,000 Gift Tag Treasures Win up to $120 ghting Winners of Winners of more than $600 claimed during September 2008. MORE THAN $11.1 MILLION in all games and prize amounts claimed in September 2008. IIID II/m Robert Yost Betty Roberts Chaz Roy Geneva Wilfong Harold Barnes Kate E~awkins Wellsburg Camden on Gauley St. Albans Rosement Belpre, OH Vienna $10,000 $777 $1,0O0 $7,600 $100,000 $25,000 instan[ games $40,000 Cash Ronald K, Ewir ), Becklev, WV $1,000 Eric Harazh BcIcnton Beach, FL $40,000 Tony R. Justice. Julian. WV $1,000 Vlekie A. Messenger, Montana Miees WV $1.000 Unna L. Smith. Oak I- WV $1,000 711 21 Darlene S Freeman Beckley WV $2,100 Gerald W Pratt. Moorefield, WV $2,100 Tara Workman FayetteVllle, WV $2 100 Bullfrog Bucks Patncia I. Deegan, Middlebourne WV $1.00C Nathan W, Mills. Coa City WV $1.000 Denise D. Sales. Rend, WV $3.000 Norman S, Welton Jr Nitro WV $1.000 Cash Encounters Grec F. Taylor, New Martinsv s, WV $13 000 Crossword uoy A. Armsteac Sissonvilte. WV $" .000 unaa J. LOVeIoy Grafton, WV $1.000 Joseeh Truman. Wallback WV $1.000 Deal or No Deal Pamela K. Anderson Charleston. WV $700 Rosa Anderson. Beckley. WV $1,000 Richard Bailey, So Charleston. WV $10.000 Harold M. Barnes, Be ore. OH $100.000 Sally D, Bates. Fairmont. WV $1.000 David W. Bender. Buckhannon. WV $10 000 Valerie Bryner, Danville. WV $1.000 Debra K Chewning Coalton. WV $1.000 Richard J. Chica. Maysv tie, WV $1C 000 Arthur Cla, Meadow Bridge, WV $700 uoay Co,ins, Craigsville, WV $1.000 Jacquelyn Cunningham. Seth, WV $10.000 Jeannie DaiFey, Scott Depot, WV $100.000 Danny Dulaney Pine Grove. WV $10.000 Mar~ Ann Eckels, Weirton, WV $1.000 Daniel A Ennis. Charleston, WV $1 0O0 Brian L. Frye, Valley Grove. WV $10,000 Rosa L. Marmon Oak Hit WV $1.000 Amy D, Harper. Victor. WV $1.000 Lora Hatfieto Baisden, WV$1 000 Mark D. Hoce, Parkersburg. WV $700 Penny R imes. N Matewan. WV $1 000 -irik Kelloff. Kearneysw,e WV $1 000 Marcia D. Klein. Galliootls Ferry. WV $700 Susan E. Lefeged, Martinsburg WV $10.000 Andrew Mace Mount Zion, WV $1 000 uonn R Maize Elkins. WV $10.000 uacoe McBride. St Albans WV $10.000 Janlce M. MiIlel Mathas, WV $700 Shelle~ Miller, Pecks Mill. WV $10.000 Glenda Mitchel Jeffrey. WV $1.000 Robert A. Monk. Poca. WV $1( 000 Gregory L. Moore. SenNa, WV $700 Alan W. Myles, Renick. WV $1,000 Evelyn = Norman. Elkview, WV St.000 William K. Patrick Frametown. WV $700 Shirley A. Pernell. Clarksburg. WV $700 Ruth S. Postlev~ite. Falrmont, WV $1 000 Alanna Roberts. Alum Creek, WV $1.000 Chaz D. Roy St Albans, WV $1.000 Lisa Slider. New Martinsville. WV $10.000 Robert K. Snoe Charleston. WV $1.000 Delmer D. Southha Char eston. WV $10.000 Kenneth Starche- Elkvlew, WV $10.00[ Roger D. Stout, Parkersburg WV $1.000 Larry E. Thomas Jr A Icy WV $1.000 Kethryn Titus, Salem. WV $10.000 Rebecca A. Walker. Meadow Bridge. WV $1.0O0 Martha L. Wareing, Martinsburg WV $1.000 Roger D. Webb. Oak Hill. WV $10.000 Brian Wehrle, Elkview WV $700 Rahdall D. Wetzel, Salem, WV ~10,000 Sherry L, Wlblin, Birch River. WV $1.000 Kenneth W. Williams Charleston. WV $700 Mark K. Woosley, Rock V~ew, WV $1,000 Carol L. Wotring, Aurora WV $700 Robert R. Yost. Wellsburg WV $10.000 Dollar Downpour Lenora I. Denman, Parkersburg, WV $8,00( Double Shot Pamela Patterson Lerc, WV $2.222 Double Whammy 6 $200 Winners Fast ls irene N. Anthon, Imoenai PA $700 Tlna M. Beachley. Point of Rocks, MD $700 Danlse Boggs, Prospenty, WV $700 Shem L. Bragg. Accoville. WV $700 Robert J. Charron. Elmira NY $700 Aoril Chenoweth. EIkins. WV $700 William Clark Davis. WV $700 Mildred Delrio. Clarksburg WV $700 Tim.Dick. Craigswlle WV $700 Scott ,~. Doss Sheoherdstowe. WV $700 Darlene Eldridge. Danville. VVV $700 Clarence B. Fink. Newell. WV $700 Linda George, Buckhannon. WV $700 Debra D. Gilberi Clarksburg, WV $700 Doroth,~ L. Jackson. Huntington. WV $700 Benjamin R, King. Spencer. WV $700 Roy B. Koder. French Creek WV $700 Kayla A. May, Lyourr WV $700 Norma J. Mitche Belle. WV $700 Donna J Myers, Erbacon. WV $700 KalDeshkumar G. Pate Pnnceton WV $700 Lenora J. Ph Ilies, Beckley W~ $700 Ricky Ramse, Elkvew WV $700 Lisa M Shuck Rainelle WV $700 Dana Summers Seringfield. WV $700 Frank T. Taralia Rivesville, WV $700 Richard West. Huntington, WV $700 Jason Zlrkle, Mable. WV $700 Beverly A. Zwolensky, Moundsville, WV $700 Gem 7s Jesse L. Delawder Burhngton. WV $777 da~ S. O'Brien, Genda, WV $7.00C Dawd Wilson. Loraln. OH $7 000 Go Bananas Gerald W. Claus. Allison Park PA $2,000 Terri L Page, Marietta, OH $2.000 Reba Plumley Beaver. NV $2,000 Harvest Moon Rodney S. Osborne. Beckle, WV $1.00[ Kickin Cash William Posthumus. BerGvirle, VA $8.888 Latte Cash Robert L. Nicholas ur Charleston. WV $3.000 Line Em Up Wilma B Lare',Mt Storm, WV $2 000 Loads of Money Eugenia Gump, Falrmont, WV $3.000 Coal Diana Hornsby, doseohine. WV $3.000 Ranoy . legram, Oak Hill, WV $3.000 aerry Neel St. Monongah, WV $3.000 Allen M Winebrenner. Gauley Bridge, WV $3.0OO Loose Change Billy Baker. Beaver, WV $1,000 Nile W. Bee Grafton, WV $1,000 ra Corbett V~hite Sulpher Springs, WV $1,000 Tamala GiDsor Meadow Bridge, WV $1,000 Catherine L. Godfrey, Suckhannon, WV $1,000 Ula Fern huney, lagger, WV $1,000 Sandra Reed, Stolling, WV $1,000 Branc, R. Trent PineviJle, WV $1,000 Lucky 7 Bingo Ronald Beamer, Martinsburg, WV $700 Susie Coleman, Seth, WV $700 Rose I. Dolin, Foster. WV $777 Amber Green, Wheel ng, WV $700 Kathy Huana l, Belle, WV $777 Donna Koontz, Elkins, WV $700 Denise R. Mumns, Moorefield, WV $700 Betty Roberts, Camden on Gauley, WV $777 Lucky Numbers Steven Frey, inaeoenaence. WV $2,000 Robert Ream, Charleston. WV $10,000 Magic 8 Ball Tnsh N Blake UFtle HOCking, OH $800 AIen R. Cavender, Ravenswood, WV $800 Feicia. Ramage Mannington, WV $800 Patricia J. Rowland, Fairmont, WV $8,888 Match for Cash Mac Blake, rlunmgton, WV $1,000 Thomas R. LIe ,d Jr So Charleston, WV $50.000 Chnstine McRobie Morgantown, WV $1,000 Terry Putnam. Glenvllle, WV $1,000 Delmer D. Southha,Slssonville, WV $1,000 =mmett William Valentine, Yawkey, WV $1,000 E friede Wade Charleston. WV $1,000 Money Tree danice G. Chafln, Logan, WV $10,000 Drama M. Cox. Crawiey, WV $10,000 Donna McHone, Sarton, WV $10,000 Monopoly Annette R Bennett, Diamond, WV $12,000 Christina Means, Wheeling, WV $3,000 Andrea S. Nice, Elk ns, WV $3,000 Debra Shambhn, Nitro, WV $12,000 Off Road Richard A. Kenney or. Sissonvi le, WV $9,000 Marlene McDougal, Charleston, WV $9,000 Scratch Keno Eva V. Collins, Ripdey, WV $1,000 Tamm, L. Crouse, Berkeley Spnngs, WV $1,000 Paula Frien Cumberland. MD $1,000 Martha Gerwig, Sandwille, WV $1,000 Celestine L. HeTIin, Fourstates, WV $1,000 Carl Kearns. Mason, WV $1 ,O00 Terry Lee Legg, Gordon, WV $1,000 C ndy Mckinley, Morgantown, WV $1,000 Viola Nolana Alderson. WV $2,800 Loretta C. Smith Fayetteville, WV $2,500 Tiki Treasures M chael K. Legg Rupert, WV $700 Veterans Cash Elmer deffre, ur. Amherstdale, WV $1.886 Joyce Moneypenny, Burnsville, WV $1,886 Tammy S Nash, Huntington, WV $1,886 Michael Re/nolds. Beileville, WV $1.886 nl 153 $500 Winners Brian L. Frye, Valley Grove, WV $800 Richard Davis, Nashville, NC $800 Danny Foggin, Vienna, WV $1,500 Richard Goings, Clarksburg, WV $7,500 Thomas Lincoln Jr Ashland, KY $1,000 Johnny Maynard, Kermit, WV $800 Charles L. Murray, Washington, PA $4,500 Joshua R Peasak, Morgantown, WV $1,500 Chad Roush, Huntington. WV $1,200 Wayne L. Slier, Martinsburg, WV $5,000 Richard Straughn. Benwood, WV $800 Danny Thomas, Clarksburg. WV $4,500 Thomas A. Wamsley, Valley Bend, WV $750 C/4SI4 L-- Kate Dawkins, Vienna, WV $25,000 Roger Kessler, Rupert, WV $25,000 Harold M. Radford, Huntington, WV $1,5OO ~A v'; John W. Crites, Summersville, WV $10,000 Jeannie Gaston, Lost Creek, WV $50,000 Earnestine Harman, Bland, VA $10,000 Kathleen L. 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