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i -;k 4v c I I I i I I | I J I I | I I I I I l Reflections of Area Sports By, "ea Coaches SUMMERS COUNTY TRACK TEAMS HAVE 1995 STANDOUT SEASON The Summers County High School Girl's & Boy's Track teams have had successful seasons this year. First, the girl's team began and continued an impressive season. Placing first or second in all meets except one, competing with six to twenty-one teams each meet. The girl's won their first meet at the Kroger Invitational at Summers County High School. Hinton Kroger sponsors this annual event donating over $200.00 to purchase trophies and ribbons. This year's meet was one of the larg- est and toughest, as AAA Pikeview and Princeton, AABluefield, Shady, Midland Trail, and Mercer Chris- tian attended. Both teams want to express their thanks to Hinton Kroger and their employees who fund raise each year so they can sponsor this meet. The Girl's team then continued and won the Coalfie]d Conference meet at Oak Hill. Their final and most satisfying vi ory was attained on May 19th. at the Regional Track Meet. The Girl's track team won the Regional Cham- pionship and qualified 13 girls in 11 events at the W. Va. State Track Meet on May 26th. and 27th. Outstanding individuals and the events they will run in the state meet include: Patricia Sea - 100m dash & 4x100 meter relay. Lindsay Keaton - 200m dash, 4x100 meter relay & 4x200 meter relay. Stephanie Meadows - 4x100 & 4x200 meter relays. Mika Meadows - 4x100, 4x200 & Shuttle hurdle relays. Laura Rollyson-400m, 800m, 4x100 & Shuttle hurdle re- lays. Erin Dick - discus. Faith Fort- ner -300m low hurdles. Jamie Cham- bers-Shuttle Hurdle Relay. Alisha Meador - Shuttle Hurdle Relay. Erin Cole - 4x800m relay. Meg Ziegler - 4x800m relay. Peggy Fox- 4xS00m relay. Rachel Pack - High jump & 4x800m relay. Other team members include: Cheryl Cooper, Tonya Allen, Lora Ellison, Jessica Meadows, Brenda Washer, Crystal Fout, Mary Jessica Jones, April Miller, Melissa Stan- dard, Christi Bowles, Yarrow Lev. ine, and Manager Kristi Clark. Next, the Boys have finished on top consistently in several events and are looking strong in those same events in the State Meet. The Boy's team ranked in the top quarter of all of their track meets this year, and placed a consistent first place with their shuddle hurdle team. As a matter of fact, they are ranked first in the 100m dash, 2nd in the long jump, 2nd. in the 4xl00m relay, & 4th. in the shuttle hurdle relay in the WV State Track Meet. Bluefie]d who ranked as a AAA school this year defeated us in our own Kroger meet, but the boy's (through hard work and determination) took the victory over Bluefield in the above events in the Regional Meet in Oak Hill on May 19th. when it counted. Other events the boy's could score in include the high jump and ll0m high hurdles, again events the boys consistently placed first in through- out the season. Outstanng Boy Individuals and their events they will run in the state meet include: Scott Jackson - 100m dash, long jump, 4xl00m relay, and shuttle hurdle relay. Corey Lambert - high jump, Shuttle Hurdle relay, and 4xl00m relay. Ryan Davis - shuttle hurdle relay. Brad Kirkham - 110 High Hurdles, Shuttle Hurdle Re- lay. Jason Pack - 100m dash, 4X100m relay. John Cooper - 4X100m Relay. Other team members include: Kermlt Claypoole, Marcus Gill, Darren Dillon, Todd Honaker, Tucker Ford, Jeremy Sizemore, Lewis Wheeler, Steve Ewing, Roger Adkins, Michael Reich, Brian Eer- enberg, Adam Cantrell, Shawn Richmond, Thad Martin. Summers County High School Track Teams want to especially thank the Boosterettes for the Sports Banquet, and the following poop]e and businesses for their financial support that made our season and : Presentation Of Kroger Invitational Girls ChamNonshlp Trophy To Summers County ; High School Track Team kto R Co.Martlr. Orl Fomr, Ii=oy Turner, Crystal Fout, Laura Rollyson, Melllss -," Standard. IIII IIIII II . ;i CARD OF THANKS The family of Ruby Biars would like to thank Dr. Woodrum, and wonderful staff on second floor at ARH Summers County Hospital for all of their help and kindness. For all that sent flowers, cards, food and visits and prayers. Special thanks to Rev. Robert Miller and Pivont Funeral Home for all your help. Thank You Edward Biars And Family t 1 r i ! I ! ! t t, ! t t ! t ! L Pre-need Pivont Funeral 100 Park Ave., Hinton 126 competition at the WV State track meet possible: Boosters, Ted Rogers Exxon-Pit Row, EPA Services Inc.- Philip J. Gwinn Sanitary Landfill, The National Bank of Summers, The First National Bank, Hinton Kro- ger, The Elks, parents, Melanie Humphrey, Tabitha Lilly, and sup- port staff. Thank you sincerely! The Summers County Bobcat Track Programs. GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE BOY'S BASKETBALL CAMPS The Glenville State College Boy's Basketball still have a few openings available. The camp is open to boy's age 10 by the start of camp, through students entering the 12th. grade. Campers are able tochoose from two one week sessions. The date are June 18-June 22 and June 25lune 29. The fees for camp are: $175.00 Resi- dential camper, $135.00 Day/Eve- ning camper, and $115.00 Day camp- ers. The camps are under the direc- tion of Men's Head Basketball Coach Gary Nottingham. For more infor- mation please call (304) 462-4102. SONS OF ITALY Sons of Italy will meet at Roma III Restaurant in Princeton on Sun. June 11th. at 2:00 p.m. SHUTTLE HURDLE TEAM SCH TRACK (BOYS) L to R Corey Lambert, Brad Kirkham, Scott Jackson, and Ryan Davis. SCHS TRACK (BOYS) Brad Kirkbam (in front) ll0m High Hurdle. area. Please submit proposals by June 10, 1995 to: Keith Cooper, HC 78, Box 3, Hinton, WV 25951, i Low back pain, sciatica, headaches, arm pain, numbness, or tingling are all symptoms that can be related to more serious problems. For more information or an appointment call Dr. Lilly in Hinton at 466-3696 Dr. Lilly accepts major medical insurance including Medicaid, Medicare, PEINHEC, Worker's Compensation, Travelers and others. Dr. Lilly offers blood work, x-ray, TGB, and the latest in computerized weight loss programs. ,4 IN APPRECIATION The Trustees of the Crews Cemetery, Sandknob Rd., Nimitz, would like to thank the Riverside Floral & Monument Co. -- Jake & Betty Taylor - - - for their donation of a lovely floral arrangement and appreciation Monument which was placed alongside of our new flag pole in the Crews Cemetery. We invite everyone to visit the cemetery and maybe consider the Crews Cemetery for your final resting place. We appreciate Jake and Betty Taylor for their thoughtfulness and klndess. Thanks again. Walter H. Pack, Sr. Tues. May 30, 1995 Hinton News - 5 HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED ON THE JOB? CALL US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION Dr. Kevln Harvey Dr. Holly Harvey (304) 832-6420 Dr. R.W. Sandell Greenville, WV Workers Compensation, Auto Injuries, Medicare and Medicaid Accepted. Furniture 47th. Ann#'versa00 Sale Everything on AL the entire Month of JUN Briers Traditional FREE DAYS PURCHASE SPECIAL NO DOWN PAYMENT FINANCING FREE DELIVERY Briers Furniture 209 Second Ave., Hlnton Phone 466-0691