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Page 10 m le Pocahontas 'Funes m November 3, 1994 IIIIIII IIII Youth Sports  ? %1 Green Bank Eagles 1994 Girls' Middle School Champs Back Row (L-R) Henry Shinaberry, Coach, Alison Flegel, Kimberly McLaughlln, Jennifer Gum, Christine Fischl, Margaret Clark, Amanda Shinaberry, Pamela Mlck, Jesse Peck, Coach Front Row (L-R) Jennifer Simmons, Melanle Roberts, Christine Holstlne, Valerle McLaughlin, Pam Grimes, Allison Dickenson Marllaton Copperheads Back Row (L-R) Bernadette Roileston, Coach, Laticla Evans, Student Assistant, Jennifer Evans, Rachel Barb, Hollle Hollandsworth, Ginger Henry, Krlstin Bennett, Hope May, Leanne Hoibert, John Snyder, Coach Front Row (L-R) Lena Ray, Samantha Simmons, Krlssy Keller, Amanda Bronson, Shanna McComb 4 t & Miss Brandy Burdette and Mr. Joe Rider were named Marlinton Vikings Homecoming Queen and King on October 14, 1994. Midget Footbaa Champlonsidp Games Th Vikings were victorious in all three games on Sunday, but they were not easy victories. In the C game, Highland scored with only 41 seconds remaining in the game. Their extra point attempt failed. With only one second left on the clock, Josh Kramer scored for the Vikings on a long run and Josh Waugh added an extra point for the 7-6 win. In the B game, Highland again scored first, then Michael May scored 6 for the Vikings, with an extra point by Alan Ryder. Josh Kramer added another TD to make the fmal score 13-7 in favor of the Vikings. Fumble recoveries were made by Josh Kramer, Dewey Burr and Michael Luster. The A game was also a thriller. The Vikings scored first on a TD pass from Joe Rider to Curtis Phillips with an extra point added by Joe Rider. After fumble recoveries by Curtis Phillips and Jared Cain, Joe Rider added 7 more points. The Eagles got on the score board with a TD pass from Brandon Fedak to Craig Baldwin. The extra point was no good` Seth Ferrell scored another TD for the Eagles and they decided to try to kick for 2 points. Jamie Burgess blocked Eric Ricottilli's kick, but there was a penalty called and a rekick. Jamie again blocked the kick, which left the final score 14-12 in favor of the Vikings. All three teams are to be commended for their good sportsmanship and fine effom. PCHS Football The Pocahontas County Warriors ended their season with a hard fought loss to the Rams of Southern Maryland. The final score was 29-7. The Warriors finished their season with a 5-5 record. Jonathan Hicks scored the Warriors' lone TD on a five-yard run. Brad MiUer would kick the extra poinL The Warrior football team expresses its appreciation to its fans for tbeir support. : AllTournament Team Back Row (L-R) Katrina Goelmer, Carman Pennlngton, Ginger Henry, Kristin Bennett, Shanna McComb Front Row (L-R) Klmberly McLaughlln, Alison Flegel, Christine Flschl Green Bank Wins Tournament The Green Bank Eagles Girls' Basketball team became the county champions by defeating Marlinton in the fmal game of the county tournament on Monday. The score was 36-23 in the game played at PCHS. The first game of the tournament was held last Friday between Green Bank and Hillsh(o with the Eagles defeating the Red Devils. In Monday's game, Green Bank jumped out to an early lead and retained the scoring advantage throughout the game. At the half the score was 18-9 in favor of the Eagles. High point scorer for the game was Green Bank's Alison Flegel with 12. Shanna McComb shot for 8 points and was the lead scorer for Marlinton. Making the other points for Green Bank were Christine Fischl, 8, Kimberly McLaughlin, 6, Amanda Shinaberry, 5 and Pamela Mick, 3. For Marlinton, Kristen Bennett, Ginger Henry and Lcanne Holbert each had 4 points and Hope May, 3. Named to the All-Tournament Team were Katrina Beth Gochner and Carmen Pennington, of Hillsboro; Ginger Henry, Kristen Bennett and Shanna McComb, of Marlinton; Alison Flegcl, Christine Fischl and Kimberly McLaughlin, of Green Bank. First PCHS Soccer Season Comes To A Close "The kids probably played their best game yet; it just didn't show on the scoreboard," said coach Rick Zeigler of the Warriors' 2-4 loss to Grecnbrier East last Tuesday in the first gound of the sectional tournament. With the first sectional game between James Monroe and Hinton going into double overtime, the Pocahontas-East game began 45 minutes late. Temperature at game time was 31T, said Zicgler. Pocahontas scored fLrSt on a penalty shot by Willie Eilers, but East tied the game with a brcakaway goal late in tl first half. Despite missing that one, "Jason Rollcston had some tremendous vcs," Ziegler said of his starting goalie. "Experience beat us more than anything in the second half," egler continued. East went up 2-1 on another breakaway goal, then scored again at the end of the third quarter. The Warriors began a comeback in the fourth when Aaron Cumashot scored on a penalty shot to make it 3-2, but East answered that goal with a goal of its own with seven minutes to go. "We wot4ed so hard at controlling the middle, our defense broke down," Ziegler said. The Warriors finished their inaugural soccer season with an outstanding 7-4 record. Ziegler attributed the team's quality to the work of the county's youth league coaches. "I didn't have to work on the basics," he said. As for next year, Ziegler is excited about the future of his relatively young team. "I predict next year's team will be even stronger," he said. High School Girls' Basketball Tucker 57, Pocahontas 44 Pocahontas made a respectable showing but fell to Class AA Number 1 ranked Tucker County Thursday night 57-44. The win was the 17th straight for the hosting Lady Mountain Lions, while Pocahontas's record fell to 6-10. Mandy Snyder and Mary Ann Carter led the Lady Warriors in scoring with 13 points each. GALFORD'S ,t A00c4mn 00erv,ce Our professional auction service gets you top dollar for your antiques, farm equipment, machinery, tools, real estate, household and complete estates Col. Gary Galford, #339 Licensed in West Virginia and Virginia (304) 799.7463 or (304) 799.4164 Elizabeth Clark and Molly Ivlns on the steps of the Governor's Mansion. Clark attends Leadership Lecture On September 26, renowned journalist, author, and nationally syndicated columnist Molly Ivins was the speaker at the first W. E. Chilton III Leadership Lecture Series in Charleston. Pocahontas County High School sophomore Elizabeth Clark was invited to attend Ms. Ivins' press conference and her lecture. Afterwards, Elizabeth met and spoke with Ms. Ivins. Elizabeth is researching a social studies project that compares the mainstream media and the alternative press; Ms. Ivins is unique in that she writes for both. In her lecture, Ms. lvins discussed the "pernicious ideal of objectivity" in journalism today. With examples she explained that objectivity does not guarantee truth and, in fact, usually hides the truth. Elizabeth had contacted the journalist in August when the PCHS student learned that Ms. Ivins was to be speaking at the Cultural Center in Charleston. Elizabeth considered meeting Ms. Ivins as "the high point of my entire school year." ..o PCHS Schedule Thursday, November 3 Girls' Basketball vs. Greenbrier West, away, 7 p.m. Monday, November 7 Girls' Basketball vs. Webster County, home, 7 p.m. Tuesday, November g Election Day Holiday Friday, November 11 Veterans' Day Holiday Friday, November 18 -- Faculty Senate, students dismissed at 12:45 November 21-25 Thanksgiving Break [ ! Real Care Home Health, Inc. A private agency that provides in-home nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy and home health aides. Real Care also offers Medicaid Waiver Homemakers. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurance and Self-pay, which we bill directly. When you or your loved ones need that extra care at home, we are just a phone call away. 799-6864 Route 219 Beard Heights Marlinton, W. Va. Honor Roll MarUaton  School Mr. Tom Sanders, Principal of Marlinton Middle School, would like to announce the Principal's List, Honor Roll and Merit Roll for the first six weeks of the 1994-95 school year. To be listed on the Principal's List a student must have all A's, a four-point average. To be listed oa the Honor Roll a student must have a spa between 3.5 and 3.999. To be listed on the Merit Roll, a student must have a gpa between 3.0 and 3.499. Prlndpars List Eighth Grade - Rebekah Hannah, Warren McLaughlin, Megan McGee, Jeni Weathetholt Seventh Grade - Ginger Henry, James Beckedorff, Hollie Hollandswotah Sixth Grade - Laurinda Armstrong, Travis Juergens, Samantha Mitchell, Beth Young, Ben Wilfong Fifth Grade - Abigail Hannah, Billy Herold, Kama Weatherholt, Emily Poore Honor RoU Eighth Grade - William Browning, Justin Jesselli, Lucy Lowe, Matthew Carver, Jenlfifer Deputy, Chris Nelson, Sarah Perry, Joe Rider, Rapunzl Gum, Sam Herold, Angle Hicks, Shanna McComb, Beth Mowbray, She=man Taylor, Jessica Wilfong Seventh Grade - Rachel Barb, Matthew Gay, Nathan Flaim, Samantha Shaw, Clarissa Smaliridge, Jonathan Smith, Amy Anderson, Cathy Burns, Matt Rhea, Brad SeweU Sixth Grade - Greg Boggs, Ashley Keatley, Wmcent Malcomb, Eli Sharp, Adam Triplett' Josh Wilfong, Leslie Wilfong, Jimmy Boggs, Kinlen Heinemann, Amy Henry, K. C. Lowe, Patrick SalTer, Elizabeth Stemple, Pare Al Jason Go Jadyn Hollandswonh, James KelUson, Jamie Long, Sarah Shearer, Sabdna Tntt Fifth Grade - Jemica Dean, Damon Owea, Kevin Withers, Jake Bing, Jesse Burns, Dana Combs, Cole Mahaffey, Selena Burgess,. Melinda Hannah, Stephanie Hoover, Justin Perrine, Marshall Shearer Merit Roll Eighth Grade - Amanda Bronson, Brandy Burdette, Daniel Burdett' Brian Conley, Jamie Dan Damn Enderby, Cassandra Simmons, Melissa Buchanan, Krissy Keller, Joye McLaughlin, sam   seneu, Joy Carpent, Taslm bPk. Jessica McLanghlin, Barry Parker, April Shirkey, Jainae Smith, Ben Withers Seventh Grade - Carrie Burns, Alissa Doss, Jennifer Evans, Jessica Hammon, Lena Ray, Justin Wagner, Harry Ftsher, Samantha Smons, Chr W-th Sixth Grade - Loletia Benneu, Owen Gragg, Jamie Hedrick, Stephanie Holsou, Jennifer Oscar, Crystal Smith, Jason Aleshire, Daniel Barnisky, Dewey Burr, Holly Nelson, Tina Pyles, Jessie Canada, Jessica Shirkey Fifth Grade Alexa Alderman, Joshua Bennett, Cristin Buzzard, Julia Phillips, Justin Rhea, Katie Sharp, Minnie Jo Tawney, Joshua VanMeter, Robert Wilson, Katie Smith, Isaac Bennett, Allison Jones, Jessica Rhea, LaNay Dilley, Andre Pondexter, Ashley lrvine, Janet Biggs, Jason Barrett, Patricia Church, Adam C, mashot' Matthew Malcom, Tracey Mamak, Bobby Mann, Michael May, Ashley Moore, Eric U "" WhmeN Tbe winner of the $ I00 grocery giveaway donated by Pocahontas Foodland and given away by the Marlinton Vikings was Wilma Dale. 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