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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 8, 1990 Soccer... Continued From Page 1-B Paul Steffen, Kevin Beavers and John Adkins drilled the ball Into the goal. Of Grace's five opportu- nities, only one goal was made as RCA goalie John Adkins de- fleeted two shots. The result -- a 4-2 victory for Ralnelle Chris- tian Academy and the 1990 state soccer title. Five RCA players were placed on the all-tournament team. Recognized for their exceptional play were Jimmy Shawver, John Adkins, R. C. Fleshman, Shawn Altizer and Chris Martin. The Most Valuable Player trophy was awarded to RCA's outstanding senior, John Adkins. The Eagle team, which co,q - piled a 13-3 record, was d throughout the year by ash ,,ng defense. Goalie Trevor Sanford and sweeper Ryan Fltwater were responsible for shutting out five opponents and limiting two oth- ers to only one goal. The mid- field play was manned by .Jimmy Shawver, Shawn Altlzer and Doug Phlllpps. Offensively the F.;~glea were lead by ;l (-ore ot players who were all capable of putting the ball in the net. The result was an average of over three goals per game. Joey Rozell, Paul Steffen, Kevln Bea- vers, Eric Stacy and Lee Angle formed an offensive unit recog- nized for their unselfish play. The season began for the Eagles of RCA with a trip to Gal- lipolis, Ohio, to participate in the Ohio "valley Invitational Soccer Tournament. The result was their first tournament title. The season ended with a trip to the State Soccer Tournament. The result was Rainelle Christian Academy's first state title. IRegion Six TourneyI At East Nov 13 I Section I, Region 6, of the Secondary School Activities Commission, glrl's basketball, will be played at Greenbrler East High School November 13. 7 p.m. with Athens vs. Peterstown. Second game, Union vs. Oak- vale. November 15, 7:30 p.m. the winners of the games which were played November 13 will meet. Crlchton Girls Win 3-In-A-Row The final week for the Crich- ton Glfls Basketball team ended with three-in-a-row victories. The Lady Wildcats began with a win over the Lady Rangers with a final score of 29-22. High scorer was Amber Hag)' with 21 points. Others scoring were Karen Barbs with seven points and jody Adkins with one. The last home game for the Lady Wildcats hosted the Renick Tigers. Both of the Cat teams clawed it to the finish with only 54 seconds left in the game with a tie score of 38-35. Scorers for the Wildcats were Amber Hagy- 12, Karen Barbe-7, April Lewis- 6, Becky Gabbert-6, Jody Adkins-5, and Aml Omechlnski- 2. During this last home game the Lady Wildcat team was hon- ored with flowers for their hard work this season. Coach Paula Dolan was presented a bouquet of roses for her out-standing work with the team. The final game of the season was played at Smoot. The Lady Wildcats finished over the Lady Smokies "with the score of 31-26. Karen Barbs, shooting four three pointers, scored 14 points for the Cats. Amber Hagy scored 14 points also. Other scorers for the Wildcats were Jody Adklns, two; and Lori Clark, one. The Lady Wildcats ended the season with nine wins and seven losses. Tournaments began No- vember 7 and 8 at Greenbrler West High School. The County playoffwill be held November 14 at Greenbrier East High School. Mr and Mrs Mark Phipps Turkey Dinner November 10 I The Council on Ministries of Emmanuel United Methodist Church in White Sulphur Springs will begin celebration of the Thanksgiving season with their annual Turkey Dinner in Fellowship Hall on Saturday, November 10. A menu of turkey and all the trimmings, including dessert and beverage, will be served from 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. Tickets are $6 for adults and $2.50 for children under I0 years of age and may be purchased in ad- vance from church members or at the door Saturday evening. Carry-out dinners will be avail- able. The annual affair will also feature a sale of homemade baked goods, white elephant table and various bazaar items. A door prize will be presented at the conclusion of the dinner. Emmanuel United Methodist Church is located adjacent to the White Sulphur Springs Jull lor High School on Tressell Street at Dry Creek Road. Weekly Church Dreama Stidom Quinwood United Methodist Church was organized in 1928, when Mark Phipps Wed construction of the present brick building was begun. Doctor J. B. F. Yoak Jr. was the first minister of the congregation, which met in the Mrs. Virginia Phlpps Gibson basement of the new building until the sanctuary was completed in announces the marriage of her 1930. Crlchton School held classes In the basement of the church in son Mark Edward Phipps to the early 1930's to accommodate overcrowding at the school. Rever- Dreama Lee Wickllne SUdom of end Sterling Morgan has been pastor since 1988. Clintonville. Mr. Phlpps is also the son of the late Edward Lewis Phipps. The new Mrs. Phipps is the daughter of Mrs. Vona Hinkle Wickline of Cllntoville and the late William R. Wickline. The couple was married Sep- tember 24 at the Huttonsville Correctional Center by Reverend Billy Belcher of Rupert. There were two witness for the couple. The mother of the groom and the groom's sister. Melanie Baker Weds V. Branham Mr and Mrs Lewis Baker of Maxwelton announce the mar- riage of their daughter, MeLanle Dawn to Vincent Edward Branham, son of Myrtle Branham of Renick. The mar- riage took place in Jacksonville, North Carolina September 1. Mr Branham is stationed in Chesap- eake, Virginia with the U. S. Ma- rine Corps. The couple will live in York Town, Virginia. 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