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8B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 4, 1990 East X-Country Goes To O Union.Team Will Meet Peterstown Front Row (left to right): Lipara Erb, Kathy Baker, Victoria Groves. Second Row: Leigh Human, Gina Cargila, Caroline Smith. Front Row (left to right); Coach Bedford McClintic, Michael Sheets, Dale Hoke, Robert Carson, Julian Arbuckla, Andy McCIintic, Lee Cross, Jay Hayes. Second Row: Robert Morgan, Noel DaHaven, Brian Barfleld, Joby Talbott, Robert Hefner, Andy Rose, Josh Hefner. Third Row: Bffch Graves, Alex Phillips, Jason Dolan, David Freeman, Chuck Ikner, Steve Henna. The Greenbrler East Spartan boys cross country team finished 31st out of 43 teams in the top division of the University of Vir- ginia Invitational September 29. In addition to the top teams in Virginia, the meet included na- tionaUy ranked teams from New York and California. The Spar- tans were the only West Virginia team participating. The meet was won by Saint Anthony's of Long Island, New York while the runner-up was California's Arroyo Grande High, led by Louis Ouintana, the nation's top ranked runner, na- tionally ranked dames W. Robin- son High of Fairfax. Virginia fin- ished third. Quintana was the individual champion, with a time of 15:27, breaking the meet and course record by I0 seconds, Andy McClintic of Greenbrier East ran with the leaders through the first mile but was unable to hold the tough pace (less than 5 minutes per mile) and finished 40th with a time of 17:33 for the 5K course, Other top Spartan fin- Ishers were Dale Hoke (122, 18:23); Andy Rose (136, 18:33); Noel DeHaven (208, 19:24); and Robert Morgan (262, 20:37). In the girls' race, Spartan fin- Ishers were Lipara Erb, 96th; Kathy Baker, 102nd; Caroline Smith, 105th; and Gina Cargile, 116th. The Spartans have cleared their schedule for the next two weeks to concentrate on train- ing. They will be back in action October 13 at Riner, Virginia fol- lowed by the defense of their Co- alfield Conference title October 16 at Little Beaver State Park near Beckley. The Boys' Cross Country "ream won the Independence In- vitational at Coal City, Septem- ber 27. The Spartans, led by Andy Rose's Fourth place finish, had six runners in the top twenty, for a team score of 50 points. Second place was Woodrow Wilson with 68 points, (In Cross Country, low score wins.) Mike Wilson of Woodrow Wilson was the individual win- ner with a course record 13 min- utes 50 seconds for the 2.5 mile race. Adding to Rose's 4th place finish, the Spartans top seven Included Noel Deltaven, 8th; Birch Graves, 10th; Robert Mor- gan, 16th; David Freeman, 18th; Joby Talbott, 20th; and Michael Sheets. 25th. The girls' race was won Oak Hill's Cindy Robertson with a time of 16:57. East's Lipara Erb was 5th. while her team- mate Kathy Baker finished 10th. There were no complete teams in the girl's race. BOYS TOP 15 1. Mike Wilson, Woodrow Wilson (13:50) 2. Mikey Cox, Athens (14:08) 3. Joe Pat Young (Nicholas County (14:35) 4. Andy Rose, Greenbrler East (14:42) 5. Richard Helm, Oak Hill (14:52) 6. Kenny Lawson, Independ- ence 7. Les Blake, Woodrow Wilson 8. Noel DeHaven, Greenbrier East 9. Kevin Lake, Richwood I0. Birch Graves, Greenbrier East 1 I. Herble Keith. Oak Hill 12. Todd Vandenlangenburg, Woodrow Wilson 13. Craig Brake, Nicholas County 14. Mike Lilly, Shady Spring 15. Nathan Adams, Independ- ence GIRLS TOP I0 1. Cindy Robertson, Oak Hill (i 6: 57) 2. Carolyn Sneed, Athens 3. Katherine Moses, Nicholas County 4. Cindy Pettrey, Athens 5. Lipara Erb, Greenbrier East 6. Ann Torstelnsen, Liberty 7. Lee Ann Crites, Nicholas County 8. Tally Mainland, Athens 9. Bobbi Tionnel, Nicholas County 10. Kathy Baker, Greenbrier East =-. By Terry Gwinn The GreenDrier West Cavaliers raised the perfect record to 5-0 with a homecoming victory over the Hinton Bobcats September 28. The game proved to be a de- fensive struggle with the Cava- liers bh'mking the Bobcats 18-0. The Cavaliers kicked off to the Bobcats and forced them to punt 4 plays later on a 4 and 7 situ- ation. The Cavaliers then took over on their own 23. The Cava- liers scored on an 8-yard run by Billy Keeth 10 plays later. The point after try was no good. The Bobcats threatened early in the second quarter, but were held on downs inside the Cavalier 1-yard line. Neither team scored until the fourth quarter when the Cava- liers took over possession on the four-yard line when a high snap resulted in a tackle before the ball was punted. The next play resulted in a Cavalier touch- down, when Billy Keech ran a drive up the middle for the score, West's final touchdown scored on a 4-yard run by Daniel Agee, after Chad Scarbro intercepted a Bobcat pass on West's 40 to set up the drive. West gained 484 total offense on the night, while holding Hinton to 97 yards. The Cavaliers will travel to Webster County to defend their record against the Highlanders. Soccer... Continued From Page 1-B On Saturday, September 29, the Lexington Virginia Rapids came to town. The Lewisburg team was not very hospitable. totally shutting down the Rapids attack, and scoring a very deci- sive 4-0 shut-out. In a game like this, much credit must be given to the de- fense and to the mid fielders for controlling the ball and the tempo of the match. Moving out from his normal goalkeeper slot to play fullback was Moss Rud- ley, who gave an outstanding de- fensive effort, heading the ball strongly 5 or 6 times to break up attacks. Others who figured prominently in the defensive play were John Harris, Jason Perkins, Moriah Harris, and weekend warrior Tom Cardis at goalie. The midfield chores of ball and tempo control were handles very effectively by Devin Preston, Chris Martin, David Hawley and Danny Moore. The forwards and wings also did a fine job, finding the back of the net four times. Goals were scored by Isaac Har- ris, Joe Gascoyne, James Gas- coyne and David Hawley with assists by James Gascoyne, Paul Williams (2) and Isaac Harris. By Charles Dransfleld The Union High Red Devils Football Team has played five games, and is unbeaten. In their first game on August 24, the Un- ion squad traveled to Marsh Fork and defeated the Bulldogs 25-0. Union had totals of 127 yards rushing and also 127 yards passing. Paul Brown was leading rusher with 47 yards. Quarterback Chris Haynes was 6 for 16 passing with one inter- ception. Touchdowns were scored by Eric Smith. Dylon Daqulla (2), and Kevin Boggs. On August 31, the Red Devils hosted the Herndon Indians and scored a decisive 44-6 win. Paul Brown again led rushers with 84 yards and Haynes was 13 of 30 passing. Union had 242 total passing yards and 299 rushing yards. Haynes and Daquila each had 2 touchdowns with Chan- dler, Wlckline and Weikle adding one apiece. The next Saturday, Septem- ber 8, Union traveled to Prince- ton and defeated the Athens Tro- jans 26-8. Paul Brown scored two touchdowns and Haynes and Smith added a 6-pointer each for the Red Devils, who to- taled 197 yards rushing, and 50 yards passing on a 4 for 9 per- formance by Haynes. Eric Smith was leading rusher with 89 yards. On the road again at Franklin on September 14, the Red Devils prevailed, defeating the Panthers 20-6. Paul Brown broke Into triple digits rushing for !27 yards on 12 carries. 5 of 16 passing for Daquila, Haynes, each scored a ion. Team total yards. During this evening's contest, host Meadow Brid touchdown, but on kick-off, Paul yards through the off team to tie the score, I ion followed with 3 quarter touchdowns f0f halftime lead. and back enroute to a Eric Smith was with 120 yards and downs. Haynes was taling 223 passing Red Devils tallied ing yards. 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