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4B The Mountain Messenqer, Thursday, October 25, 1990 Kathy Baker, captain of girls team Dale Hoke, captain of boys team Regional Cross-Country Meet October 25 at East The Greenbrier East boys and the Athens girls are favored to win team championships in the Region 4 Cross-Country meet being held at Greenbrler East High School, Thursday, October 25. The boys race was scheduled for 1:30 p.m., with.the girls race to follow at 2 p.m, The Spartan boys, after fin- Ishing in the runner-up spot the last two seasons, seem to have the most depth of any team in the field. I st week they won the Coalfield Conference with a low score of 41. Woodrow Wilson of Beckley was second with 72 and Independence finished third with 75 points. Twelve tezmas are ex- pected In the boys division. In addition to East, Woodrow Wilson, and defending champion Independence, these schools are scheduled to compete: Athens, Oak Hill. Rtchwood, Shady Springs, Nicholas County, IAb erty, Spanishburg, Greenbrier West, and Matoaka. In the girls division, Athens has been ttle dominant team in the region for the last two sea- sons. They have several runners returning from last year's cham- pionship team and are expected to repeat. Their biggest challenge should come from the Green- brier East Lady Spartans, Coalfield Conference Champi- ons. Oak Hill, Woodrow Wilson, Nicholas County, Liberty and Greenbrler West are also ex- pected to have teams or Individ- ual runners In the girls contest. The race will feature some of the best high school runners tn West Virginia. Defending Re- gional Champion, Mike Wilson ls considered the favorite. The Woodrow Wilson senior set the record for the Falrlea course ear- lier In the year when he won the Spartan Challenge meet with a time of 17:33, Two sophomores, Andy McCltnttc of East and Mikey Cox of Athens, are ex- pected to make strong chal- lenges for the Championship. McCltntlc won the Coalfield Con- ference Championship last week and Cox finished a close second. All three runners are considered to be all-state caliber athletes. Cindy Robertson of Oak Hill has dominated the girls competi- tion this year. She is expected to easily win the regional title and will also be a favorite to win the state competition. "Hlnton has an excellent team wlth their star player, Gore, one of the best players in the State," notes Hilton Tlncher of the Greenbrier East High School Spartanettes who visited the Summers County school for a game with the Hinton High School squad. "She (Gore) will be hard to hold to less than 40 points. This should have been a high scoring game," Tincher adds. The Spartans will also have a junior varsity game at Union Oc- tober 22 and a game Greenbrier West October 24 before playing at home October 25 in the Homecoming game with Renick Queen Crowned at Game Gina Hanna, daughter of Mr and Mrs Emory Hanna of Ren- lck, was crowned the 1990 Homecoming Queen at Renlck Junior High School by John Curry, Principal. Miss Hanna was escorted by Jason Gillilan, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Glllilan of Frankford. Also In attendance was Mlchelle Johnson, 1989 Homecoming Queen. 60th Year James L. and Dana Johnston Knlcely will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary October 27 in the Firehouse at Friars Hill, Sunlight Road, from 1:30 to 5 p.m. No gifts, just come and be with family and friends. LE, , COMMITMENT ltd for r Citizens For A Better West Virginia, Jay Walker, Treasurer. Open your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club Account today. Charge your checking account & receive 6% interest. Use a weekly coupon book & receive 51/2% interest. Either way you'll receive a FREE Holly Snack Jar with your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club deposit of $2 or more. Visit Hinton League Results Woodrow Wilson of Beckley. Last week, the Spartans lost to Valley High of Montgomery 73-70 in double overtime and defeated Woodrow Wilson on the road 68-51. Amanda McClung and Angie Zimmerman lead the Spartanettes in scoring and re- bounding and Zimmerman had eight steals in the two gaines. "Last week's double overtime was a good experience for the team." Tincher noted, adding "We should have a lot of close games this season with six tough opponents on our sched- ule. The Spartanetttes are 12-2 going into this week's action. East Football Players Challenged The Greenbrier East High School Spartans took their foot- ball show on the road for a third straight week as they visited the Woodrow Wilson High School "Flying Eagles" on Friday, Octo- ber 19. The game was played in Flying Eagle Stadium on the Woodrow Wilson campus. The Spartans will be coming off a rain drenched 19-0 victory over the Alleghany High School of Virginia "Mountaineers" in Valley Ridge. The East squad has also defeated Oak Hill in its current four game road trip, 35- 12, and visits Princeton October 26 for the fourth game. Spartan opponents thus far this season are doing well with Martinsburg 6- i; Jefferson County 4-2; Woodrow Wilson 4- 3; and Bluefield 0-6. Facing the Spartans are Woodrow Wilson 4-3; Princeton 3-4; and Bridgeport 6-I, with the records kept by WRON radio statistician Jeff Campbell. Action continued this week in the Greenbrler Health Center Racquetball League with the team of Stephen Jackendoff and Ken Melda winning a squeaker 3-2 over the ABB team of Kyle Harper and Tim Kozak. STANDINGS Team W --- L Meriwether/Walters 5 -- 0 Smlth/Weese 9-- 1 Bruce/Wanzer 8- 2 Seneca 4- I Jackendoff/Melda 4 -- 6 Pickups I -- 9 Mayo/Fields 1 -- 9 Individual W -- L B. Bruce 4 -- 0 E. Smith 4 -- 0 D. Meriwether 2 -- 0 S. Miller 2 -- 0 S. Walters 2 -- 0 T. Kozak 3- 1 B. Weese 3 -- I K. Melda 2 -- 2 D. Wanzer 2 -- 2 D. Evans 1 -- I A. Reinkopfs i -- i K. Mayo I -- 3 S. Jackendoff I -- 3 R. Dulee 0 -- 2 J. Myers 0 -- 2" A. Youmans 0 -- 2 S. Fields 0 -- 4 K. Harper 0 -- 4 East JV On Road The Spartan Junior Varsity football team will be playing two consecutive Thursday games on the road, beginning with Woodrow Wilson on October 25 at 4 p.m. in Flying Eagle Sta- dium in Beckley. This game was postponed due to rain on Mon- day. The Spartans will then meet The Mountaineer JV's of AI- leghany High School at Valley Rldgeo Virginia on November 1 for a final game of the season. DNR Sponsors Hunter Ed. Course The 6th ranked Cavaliers hosed #4 Midland Trail Friday night at Charmco. West got on the scoreboard early as Jerry Robertson re- turned the opening kick-off for a 75 yard touchdown. Trails only threat was thwarted as West's tough defense held the Patriots Inside the five yard line. West re- tained a 6-0 lead as the teams went Into the locker room at the half. Trail tied the game on a 63 yard run by their quarterback. The Patriots got the two point conversion to take the lead on their second attempt after a roughing the passer call nullfied West's stand on the first at- tempt. Patriot nose-guard Frankie Issacs closed out the game scor- ing on a 69 yard Interception re- turn for a touchdown. The Patri- ots then kicked through the ex- tra point to beat West 15-6. 647-5724 The Department of Natural Resources will sponsor a Hunter Education Course November 5, 6, 7, 6:30 p.m. at National Mine Academy, Beckley. Included in the training will be basic gun safety, information about firearms and ammunition, the role of the hunter and hunt- ing in wildlife management and conservation, hunter responsi- bilities, game care and the wild- life laws. Persons successfully complet- ing the 10-hour course will re- ceive a Hunter Education Certifi- cation card from the West Vir- ginia Department of Natural Re- sources. West Virginia law now requires persons who purchase their first hunting license after January 1, 1990, to successfully complete the Hunter Education Course. Parents are encouraged to at- tend with their children. For further information and registration details, please con- tact Department of Natural Re- sources at 256-6945. Hp BURR RABBIT CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. *' 0~ 'Moro Than Just A Day Care" DAYCARE & PRESCHOOL @I J W, S ns DIrOClIx Ages 2- 12 P* HC 70, Box D17 Hours: 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM~ " The Collins' Family Serving BREAKFAST, LUNCH DINNER DALLY Luncheon Blue Plate Special Beginning at $3.95 Early Bird Dinner Special Beginning at $4.50 NOW BOOKING HOLIDA Y PARTIES Third in The Spartan Golf Greenbrier East H! concluded the third in the State Golf Class AAA Bridgeport last Keadle was named t~ State team, shooting the two day event. Rich Brown shot Jared Patton, 93-85; pard 91-89 to round East score of a 696. John Marshall won AAA with a 690 mont West 691; East ersburg 699; 719; Capital, 744; 748 and Buckhannota 761. Coach Daryl that the Spartans excellent season with. final record of 46-2-1. The Financial Aid with the WV Higher Grant Program, Sonya will be at Greenbrler School on October vember 1, to discuss financial aid school seniors who tinue their high school She will meet English classes. Mrs Campbell will the annual College on November 27 Crockett, state also be at the 7 p.m. discuss financial aid ties. The parents of dents are invited to December 19-20 Campbell at East English classes to financial aid forms students in corn forms. On the evening 19, Mrs Campbell nancial aid workshop at 7 p.m. to assist pleting the financial The guidance applications for Foundation which is open to iors. The Foundation scholarships valued graduating seniors celled in i] school and c and who have ing leadership deadline for ber 15. The office also tion concerning the Classroom, a non tisan civic which offers school students scholastic average in the top 25 per class. Partici gram must be actiVe Sessions of the classroom are held'. ton, D.C. during summer. There will be a concerning the Greenbrier Center of on p.m. The the school pus of WVSOM at Street, Lewisburg. Burgess & Architectural CorlS Pearisburg, WV will findings and The public is James H. Cox, Greenbrier C Center. 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