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Page 4---lt otaljonta limt--November 27, 2003 COACH MIKE BURNS is flanked by his senior soccer players, Bob Minghini and Joe Mosesso, named to the second team of the All-State Soccer Team. PCHS is the Coalfield Conference Champion for the third con- secutive year. Post season honors for boy's soccer The PCHS boy's soccer team has been named Coalfield Con- ference champions for the third consecutive year. Members of the Coalfield Conference team are seniors Joe Mosesso, Bobby Minghini, Clay Condon and Corey Sim- mons. Andy Wayne, Ben Jew- ell, Brian Norrod, Jonathon Bums and Nathan Rittenhouse are the junior class members of the team. Honorable mention went to Lance Eads, Ryan Ware, Evan Dale and Thurston Willis. Additional honors go to goal- keeper, Bobby Minghini, and defender, Joe Mosesso, who were named to the Boys All State Soccer Second Team. Minghini was also selected to play goalkeeper in the North- South Senior All Star Game in Morgantown on November 16. Despite a valiant effort and several beautiful saves by Minghini, the South Team was defeated. Excel I course offerd at GVCNRCTC A one day class to "get the spreadsheet skills you need" is being offered by the Greenbrier Valley Campus of New River Community and Technical Col- lege December 9 from 8:30 am. to 4:30 p.m. in the college's annex at the Jefferson Office Place, just off South Court Street in Lewisburg. The Excel I course covers "everything you would need in spreadsheet skills," said Terri Baker of the Center for Business and Workforce Development of NRCTC who is coordinating the course with the Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation. A $75 per person tuition and registration fee is payable at registration and information on registering can be obtained from the GVEDC at 304-645-7155 or 1-888-700-9242. The GVC/NRTC serves the Greenbrier, Monroe, Pocahon- tas, Summer, eastern Fayette and southern Nicholas County area as well a: the Allegheny Highlands of Virginia. Information on other continu- ing education programs offered through the Center for Business and Workforce Development can be obtained by telephoning 304- 641-6570. McClintic book discussion group The book discussion group at the McClintic Library will have a reorganizational meeting On Monday, December 1, at 7 p.m. in the Heritage Room at the li- brary. The group was started two years ago and meets month- ly September through May. The book discussions are wide rang- ing and very informal. Every year at the December coming year. We try to read a variety of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and children's books. We read one West Virginia author during the year and also include a "classic." Remember we have no offic- ers, no dues and no fund-raising. If you enjoy a good book and would like to talk about it please consider giving this meeting we narrow down many group a try. many recommendations to the There are so many books mad nine books we will read for the so httle ume. -start Here  on the' craziest shopping day of the year! Friday - the; day after Thanksgiving Come early before you head out to the big cities. Open 6 a.m.- 12 noon Rt. 39 Marlinton 799-$471 * wumznaturallyou.org Girl Certifi_cates Girl Baskets Unique Girls r i Seffe'S oSeaeUty Madinton 10% off perms the month of December 799-2332 Owned and operated by Sheila B. Blake /Darriar 00oort00 by Erin Coleman The Lady Warriors had a record-breaking end to their sea- son this year. On November 5, Pocahontas hosted the sectional tournament as they matched-up against Meadow Bridge in the first round. They played with intens- ity and poise as they dominated the court all three games (25-15, 25-11, and 25-14) to take an early lead in the tournament. Next, they faced the challeng- ing Greenbrier West. The Warri- ors faced a shaky sta:'t coming straight off the previous match to lose the first game 25-15. The ladies were determined to take the match and stepped-up their intensity to win the next three games, 25-21, 26-24, and 25-19. Pocahontas then ad- vanced to the championship game where they once again faced off against West. The Warriors held nothing back playing one of their best matches of the season taking West in all three games (25-19, Marlinton Middle School Band to Perform in Christmas Parade MMS Band will perform in the annual Marlinton Christmas Parade, Friday, December 5, at 7 p.m. Line-up for band students will be at the park by the bridge in town at 6:15 p.m. All band students should have a lyre for their instruments. Full uniforms of jacket, trousers, hat and black shoes must be worn to the line- up. On Thursday, December 18, all MMS Bands will perform at the Annual Christmas Concert in the MMS Gym at 7 p.m. Students should arrive for warm- up by 6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to join us for an evening of holiday music! MMS Band Banner Carriers and Flag Line for 2003-2004 Ms. Sherman, Band Director at Marlinton Middle School, is pleased to announce the MMS Band Banner Carriers and Flag Line for 2003-2004. The Banner Carriers are Staci Kelley and Haley Cutlip. The Flag Line consists of Tara Holiday, Katie Workman, Caitlin Sharp, Katherine Beverage, Annie Richardson, Stacey McPaters and Angela Jordan. Every girl worked very hard and did an ex- cellent job at try-outs. PCHS wins RESA IV Science Bowl The PCHS Science Bowl Team competed against teams from Greenbrier East and Mount Hope High Schools, on No- vember 14, to see who would represent RESA IV at the West Virginia Science Bowl. PCHS came in first place, winning three out of its four matches. Greenbrier East was second with a record of 2-2. The top two teams from each RESA compete for the state tide in Fe- bruary. Our business partner, the Na- tional Radio Astronomy Ob- 00gumane 00[00atietp .:f2etu00 Humane Society Christmas craft sale will be at the Opera House on December 5 and 6th. If folks want to donate items, call 572-5194 or 653-4989. servatory hosted the event. Har- old Brooks and Marilyn Rogers, of RESA IV, coordinated the event. NRAO volunteers, Mike Holstine, Sue Anne Heatherly, and Galen Watts, served as mod- erator, scorekeeper, and scientif- ic judge, respectively. Steve Beers of the National Energy and Technology Center (the sponsor of the WV Science Bowl) was the timer. PCHS team members are Danielle Hol- stine (captain), Kelly Blechl, Kenneth Janz, and Clay Bell. 50% OFF SOLID WOOD CABINETS Solid oak, maple & cherry. No chipboard. Free estimates. Let us help you redesign your kitchen. GLADE'S 799-4912 25-15, and 25-22). At exactly 12 midnight, the 2002-2003 Lady Warrior Volleyball took P.C.H.S. to a first-ever Sec- tional Championship. No stats were available for the match. Brooke Dickenson, Erin Coleman, and Ashley McNabb were named to the all-tourna- ment team. The ladies advanced to the re- gional tournament that was held at Greenbrier West on Novem- ber 8. Tie Warriors faced Great- er Beckley Christian School in the t-u'st match. With the adrena- line high the Warriors stayed on their toes and played with skill to take the fLrst game 25-21. Greater Beckley, however, managed to take the next two games (25-21 and 25-20). The pressure was on in the third game for the Warriors to win to stay in the match. Greater Beck- Icy led the entire game and it looked like the Warriors would be knocked ouL The Warriors held on and managed to come back from a nine-point deficit to win and pushed the match game. The Warriors strong as the score tim entire game. In the last few er Beckley managed the Warriors in a 15-13 win. Erin Coleman led the ors in scoring with 19 nine that were aces, contributed 19 attacks block. Also contributing! were Jerri Curry with 15, ney Curry with 14, Bland with 12. Ashley McNabb led in attacks with 38 and and also contributed four and two blocks. son followed closely with 36 attacks and and also led the team in l with ten. The Lady Warriors their season 17-13 which first winning season itt volleyball history. Open ouse Mary Kay Home Interiors Avon Dec. 5 * 4 - 9 p.m. Senior Citizens Bffdn 0 iscounrs, bargains &' re T R.A/NING Careers in over 200 j0b specialties DUCATION Tuition Free A*Vt.rURmERWC Help your commtmi-, state/cuntD, ONEY Great paychecks & benefits i/ Journalist's Survival Kit Compiled by the WV Press Association A must for Journalist's desiring to gain access to public meetings and records in WV. 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