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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -Thursday, December 23, 1999 1 5 Town Boys Still Winning )herdstown freshmen Harpers Ferry's un- at three games when ly Cards handed the ling Lady Tigers a 22-19 Cards improved to the win and got eight Jenna Bradley. Alicia Harpers Ferry (3-1) ~points. eighth grade Harpers Ferry 43-38 1-2 as Gary Winston ~points. Cards eighth grade Harpers Ferry, 38-4, the Lady Tigers the first half. )era Ferry freshmen their record dip to 3-2 Y lost 33-28 in overtime to Town's freshmen girls with Hedgesville, decision to the Lady ~spite nine points each Schnably and Ashley Panther girls are 2- freshmen boys 3-0 with a 61- Hedgesville as Justin Johnny Weister (12), ; (11) paced the scor- Town's eighth graders 5-4 overall after beating erg 31-19 as Tyler seven points, losing an 47-38 despite 10 points and beat- Williams 45-25. Town's seventh grade at 6-3 with wins over 32-29 as Cortez Page Points and Johnson Will- Alan Reynolds got 10 and scored 16 points. The to Daniel Morgan 35-22 Hernandez tossed in 10 points. Charles Town's freshmen wres- tling team defeated Strasburg 48- 18 as Kyle Tennant, Michael Wimer, Chris Brill, Ronnie Rideout, and Codi Gustines all had pins. The Panther eighth grade wres- tlers lost to James Wood 63-24. Matt Perry, Jarod Clarke, Brett Maness, and Gustines had pins for the Panthers. The Charles Town 8th grade girls upped their record to 5-0 by stopping Capon Bridge 37-20 (Amy Warnick 22 points, Stacy Wesco five) and Warm Springs 44-25 (Nika McDaniel 16, Warnick 14, and Wesco eight). The CTJHS 7th graders went to 6-1 beating Capon Bridge and then Warm Springs 38-19 as Danielle Curry and A. Boyce scored eight each. The freshmen girls lost to Hampshire 35-28 as Cindy Schnably scored 10, lost to Hedgesville 42-35 with Schnably and Ashley Hickerson both netting nine and then edged Warm Springs 19-18 as Kristen Nicewarner had eight. The Lady Panthers are 3-3. Charles Town's freshmen boys went to 4-0,beating Hampshire 47-20 as Johnny Weister scored 10 and Justin Dailey eight. Shepherdstown's 9th graders lost to Brunswick 49-28 in spite of 10 points by Tristain Jacobs; then the Cards beat Harpers Ferry 39- 26 as Jacobs had 14 points and nine rebounds and Kevin Williams scored 10. Steve Kozak had eight for the Tigers. St. Albans trimmed the Cards 48-47, but Jacobs tossed in 19 points and Williams 11. The Shepherdstown 8th graders beat Harpers Ferry 43-38 as Gary Win- ston notched 23 points, and then lost to St. Albans. Jefferson junior varsity guard Michael Gonzalez races downcourt trying to keep up with a Bowling Brook player. The Cougars won their jayvee opener. Burns, McDowell Named to All-State Football Elevens The West Virginia Sports Writ- ers Association released its Class AAA all-state football team on Sunday and named to the first team was tackle George Burns of Jefferson. Named to the second- team was running back Damon McDowell of the Cougars. Named to the first team from area schools were Todd Mosby of Musselman and Dwayne Robinson of Musselman. Named to the second team were Pete Yes of Musselman, Brad Davis of Martinsburg, and Nicolai Payne of Martinsburg. Burns has made a verbal com- mitment to play next year at Divi- sion 1-AA school James Madison. Also named to the first-team of- fense and defense were Ronnie Rodamer of Morgantown, Jeff Clark of Nitro, Craig Morgan of Hunitington, Chad Haught of Brooke, Joe Scott of Woodrow Wil- son, Travis Jones of Hurricane, Tyrone Gilliard of Princeton, Adam Cantoni of University, Mark Wigal of Morgantown, Michael Terrell of Riverside, and Jimmy Meadowsof Riverside; along with Chad Laven- der of Riverside, Pierre Moss of Capital, Vic Lombard of Parkersburg, A1 Hammell of Parkersburg, Darrion Scott of Capital, Scott Davis of Parkersburg, Denis Chukwuemeka of Huntington, Mike Brandon of John Marshall, John Pennington of George Washington, Jarod Ring of John Marshall, Luke Wallace of Robert C. Byrd, Isaac Weaver of Parkersburg, Robbie Benfield of Princeton, and Matt McCullough of Parkersburg. Outdoor Paddock Opens Shepherdstown point guard Carrie Sechler keeps control of her dribble as Harpers Ferry eighth grader Julie Myers applies the defense. Tiger Wrestlers Move to 17-0 Harpers Ferry wrestlers took team decisions over Moundsville, Union, and Cameron on Friday to improve the team record to 12-0 in dual meets. For the first time in the 66-year history of racing at Charles Town, horses were saddled outdoors in the winter on Thursday in the new paddock that will allow for the in- door paddock area to be refur- bished and have slot machines in- stalled there. The new paddock is located on the far end of the grandstand apron. The lighted, L-shaped stall area is made of oak wood and can be viewed from a fenced overhang. When the horses leave the pad- dock they proceed up a slight in- cline to the track. They enter the track across from the 6 1/2 furlong chute and walk in front of the grandstand for the post parade. The bettors will not be left out in the cold because plans are under- way to install pari-mutuel win- dows in the mini-theatre areas in Longshots simulcast center, the section of the grandstand nearest the paddock. ************ Charles Town will not conduct live racing on this Friday, but it will host a special Wednesday night card on December 29. Both Jefferson swim teams de- feated Linganore and Brunswick in a triangular meet held on Tues- day in Middletown (MdJ. The Lady Cougars outswam Linganore 62-34 and Brunswick 69-25 and the Cougar boys topped Linganore 55-41 and defeated Brunswick 66-34. Winners on the girls side were Carly Houghton (200 free), Missy Lancaster (50 free), the relay team of Sara Strube, Patricia Willauer, StephanieWarfel, and Lancaster took first in the 200 medley and then the unit of Warfel, Houghton, Jessie Carrier, and Lancaster won the 200 free and the 400 free team of Jennifer Brosh, Missy Hill, Melanie Nesselrodt, and Houghton was also first. On the boys side, Michael Kimpel (200 free), Louis Strube (50 free), Devin McMillan (100 free), Kimpel again (500 free), Chris Hare (100 back), and Jason Miller (100 breaststroke) won indi- vidual races and the relay teams of Hare, Miller, Strube, and McMillan (200 medley), and McMillan, Kimpel, Miller, and Strube (200 free) captured firsts. Garnering a second place finish was Houghton for the girls in the 200 free. The Cougars are 6-0 in dual meets and the Lady Cougars are also 6-0 in dual meets. The next swim meet for both teams is scheduled for December 28 when they travel to the Carlisle Invitational to be held at Dickinson College at 10 a.m. ear's -New York Post, 10!" Ra io, op The Boston Globe, 0 CBS News, Chicago Tribune On Saturday, the Tigers stayed of Harpers Ferry's freshmen takes a shot in a on the unbeaten trail by defeating ~= Lady Tigers are 3-2. Sherrard, Independence, Wirt Co Fa!rmont, and the Harpers Ferry B team to move their Wednesday Night Handicappers record to 17-0 on the season. g Team W k Come GetchaSome 41.5 18.5 Six Harpers Ferry wrestlers PinActions 41 10 came home with first place fin- Bruce's Towing 36 24 1o Pins 25 ishes. Chris McDowell, Attic Bad- Lane Sharks 34 26 Mike Davis, and Steve Reynolds We Don't Know32 28 Alley Cats 31.5 28.5 were. the Tiger winners Kings & Queens28.5 31.5 Second-place finishers were Damn Yankees 28 32 i BowledOver 27 33 Travis Nutter, Brian Lueters, ~ttl T~qa NoG dwrenChLuck 2727 3333 Tommy Jackson, Mike Smith, Evan cru~ crew 26.5 an.5 Whalen, and Ryan Jackson. K 5~ m Go~-~Go 24.5 35.5 Reynolds, Jonathan Luciano, ~. 25 43 Twittapators 24.5 35.5 Davis, Sillex, Smith, Badger,and ~ Congratulations to Scott's Pin Shi~ers 23 '37 ,irA[ ~efthishalf. HlghBallers 18 42 McDowell were all unbeaten in YA~f.~r~gStaubs,21689;Vavid High Average Women: Reedy Grey. 180;Friday's duals. ,~~2 ~.ger,= 22. Sand, ~am. ~c Rohanek-1,3.05. ~r ;~1 avid Mercer 283" Brian High Averege Man: GregStaubs-218; Willie ~ Varnon Thomas, 246. Grey- 214; David Merce~ 213. 2~'~1~" Sturi~k. 662; David Mel~High Game Women: Kyrstol Ott- 107; ~c ~.~ ~ ~ ~,o~S, 642 Rehanek, IAnda Thomas & Tlna Hall- 185. J#~ ~l~;h~e: Jones Sail Bonds 1050; High Game Men: Terry Leonquerrero, 234; L~(J I~'s Tnwing 973. ' Robert Lanham, 232; David Mercer, 228. BASEBALL CLINIC /1 ~=~: Jones Bail Bonds, 2645; High Series Women: Krystail Oat, 552; Tina Hall, 538; Deena Jackson, 526. / l':~; Sc tt's Aut B dy' 2836"High Series Men: Robert Lanham, 643; David i ~day Night Mercer, e41 rcy L onquer ro, The 2000 Quad States Spring Alley Cats, 725; 10 Pins, 703. Training Baseball Clinic will take ! ,~ Racing 43.516.5 High Series Team: Come Getcha Some, 2235; place for six weeks at the Butcher ,~?~tsldere- 40 20 Alley Cats, 2016; Sidewinders, 2002. Center on the campus of Shepherd ~ ~"~Y Clueless 38 22 Friday Night ~aa~" Ma~ .ca 24 Men's Co~er~-' College from January 23 until Feb- f! ~w~ .-~ac.k 35 25 POl Team W L ruary 27. ~ll.t~,~a~q~ghFives 32 28 2 KWEK~ Country Store 41 27 The clinic will be under the di- "f",~)2 &Tramps 28 32 3 Outsiders 36 ao rection of Shepherd baseball coach Wfff# LMin d. gi 4 Co tneyaSousTowing38 a0 Wayne Riser and one-time Balti- J~ ~lCld~tors 22.537.5 ~ 5 Odd Halls 33 33 C,~ ~, Ah Ha's- - -16--~- 6 Bad Boys 34 34 more Orioles scout Jim Gilbert. f(.]/~~nuufflns 1.2 4 8 7 Sequoia Computers 30 38 The campers will drill on all . $~~re~~ng, 752; 8 Five Puppies 30 38 /J/~ ;-MoparM niacs, 6 Screwballs 3O 38 phases of the game with special ~ 10 TheWho 29 30 emphasis on hitting and condition- ~.~3BC .J.J. Townley, 256; H Strike Force 29 39 ~'. ~a~,~eCuhhage, 207. "" 12 5 Road Runners 29 30 ing. The clinic will be held only on ~at~=~I]B= C-va-nettoDavid~on, High t~ore Game/Team- Five Road Run- Sundays, the first of six being ~'lI~e-I~o-~ve:-176. - - hers, 901; Bad Boys, 901; Ciendening Electron- January 23. ~%~:;'o8, ,c 8 ~,f~lh.~Ives, 19i6. -" High Score GamelASC - Joe Berry, 232; The clinic will last from 9 a.m. ~M-I')g=g .~kllara, 5/86;James Harris, 228; Hugh Davis, IL 224. until 1 p.m. each Sunday. The clinic ~'~tl~Imie Cubbage,-666. /High Score SerieeV'I~eam - Bad Boys, 2626; 5 ~ I~o'~-~ye, 517; Road Runners, 2545; Clendening Electronics, is for high school age players. ~'a~u~; dackie MayBe, 486. Contact coach Riser at 304-274- High Score Sertes~ABC - Brian Longerbeam, ~t.~ ~'oydMe%e~ 588| Vernon Thomas, 573; Ronald Alnsworth, 2780 or 304-876-5472 at the col- High Individual Average/ABC - Brian Long. ~.~1 AveJWIBC - Vsnette 572. lege. 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