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ies l: r, 5 ter ble )ne his t6 ( F* tt HINTON LADY CATS 1992 Front L-R Janette Yopp, Kristen Keaton, Erica Robertson, Patricia Sea, Susan Turner, Sharon Willlams, CelenaAngell, JennyMann, JoettaCales, Yopp, Lori Shafer, Tabitha Lilly, and Shelly Farrah Lilly. Back L - R Cheryl Cooper, Kim Newton. CELENA ANGELL KRISTEN KEATON .. ::::::::::::::::::::: i' .!i!!iisisi!iii 7i;?"":7 ==================================== :ii:ii:i!iiii :ii:'i 'ii: :.i::ii..: :i:: :i.: . SHARON YOPP next next week will be a big week for the Lady Cats. All home games are now on WMTD so bring your radio and come to see some great basket- ball. ..[. Faith Fortner HINTON LADY CATS The Hinton girls basketball team picked up win number 2 by beating Greenbrier West 66 to 32. Hinton was led by Kristen Keaton with 16 points. Jenny Mann also had a good game with 10rebounds and 12 lnts. Joetta Cales added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Cats. Other scorers for Hinton were Celena Angell 9, Lori Shafer 8, Sharon Yopp 4, Patricia Sea, Erica Williams, Susan Turner, each with 2, and Farrah Lilly 1. Hinton record 2-0. Game 2 ofthe week put Hinton in the semifinal of the 2nd. Annual Pizza Hut Classic against Berkeley Springs. The Lady Cats picked up the win 64-29. Kristsn Keaton kept i up her double figure scoring average with 14 points on the night. Senior .... : Celena Angell had 11 rebounds and ..... ............. i ....... 9 points and Patricia Sea had 7 steals .... Also for Hinton Jenny Mann 4, Kim : Robertson 1, Tabitha Lilly 5, Sharon : Yopp 4, Lori Sharer 3, Joetta Cales 1, Patricia Sea 5, Farrah Lilly 4, Jeanette Yopp 4, Cheryl Cooper 2, and Susan Turner 1 point. : ....... The championship game of the Pizza Hut Claic girls basketball tournament put Hinton against Greenbrier East. Final score East 61 Hinton 56. This was the Lady Cats first 1o ofthe year. Kristen Keaton picked up 16 points for Hinton but Greenbrier East's Suzy Sarter 6'2" senior center led all scorers with 21 points and was named Tournament MVP. Keatonand teammatesCelena Angell and Sharon Yopp were picked on the all Tournament Team. Scor- ing for Hinton were Jenny Mann 8, Kim Robertm 2, Tabitha Lilly 4, Sharon Yopp 8, Lori Shafer 2, Joetta Cales 2, Patricia Sea 7, and Farrah Lilly 1. Hinton will be in play/don, night against Shady Spring and Tues. night gaint Beckley at home. Thurs. night Hinton will play Green- brier East again at Lewisburg, so Erin Cox Stephanie Meadows Lindsay Keaton HINTON JUNIOR WINS PIZZA HUT CLASSIC Tournament Most Valuable Player Stephanie Meadows scored 14 points and Kristi Clark added eight more in leading Hinton Junior High to a 40-27 triumph over Talcott in the championship game of the Pizza Hut Classic Sat. afternoon at Hinton. Valerie Hedrick led Talcott with 11 points. Members of the All-Tournament team included Hadrick and Michelle llmer of Talcott, Debbie Combe of Princeton, Hannah of Lenore and Lindsay Keaton, Faith Fornter and Erin Cox of Hinton. Hinton, 3-1, plays again Tues. night, hosting Park Junior High at 6 p.m. ::': :i' ' ':': . .::ii!i., :i:i Bubba.Ford .. HINTON BOBCATS FOOTBALL After leading most of the game the Bobcats were beaten by Van Fri. night 14 to 7. With about 2 minutes left in the game Van scored on a pass play to take the lead and kept their undefeated season alive. Jemar (Bubba) Ford again led Hinton of- .fensively with a big touchdown run of 73yards in the first quarter to put Hinton ahead. Hinton kept the lead until late in the 4th qum'ter. Hinton 's record now stands 0-4 and will play Peterstown this week at home on Fri. night at 7:30. HINTON JR. HIGH FOOTBALL Hinton Jr. High picked up their 1st win of the year tbr head coach Ron Lilly beating Stoco 21-0. The game belonged to Freshman Scott Jackson who scored all the points in the game. Scott scored on runs of 56, 28, and 8 yards, he kicked one extra point and ran for 2 two points con- versions. Scott picked up 125 yards rushings and made several tackles on the evening. Hinton will play in Peterstown on Thurs. night against the Pirates. Hinton's record 1-1. HINTON GOLF TEAM Independence topped Hinton in a dual golf match Wed. at Pipestem State Park, winning 332-356. For Independence, Brian Hender- son shot an 82 while Rick Lilly and Matt Hedges had 88 each and Josh Green, a 94. J. W. Ward paced Hinton with an 84, Mark Fleshman had an 86, Billy Cole 88 and Austin Lilly 94. Hinton opposes Shady Spring today at Grandview County Club. JR. HIGH LADY BOBCATS LOSE IN TRIPLE OVERTIME, HAVE 72 GAME WINNING STREAK SNAPPED The Hinton Jr. High Lady Bob- cats were beaten for the first time in scoring 33 and 20 points respectively. Angie Thorton scored 17 points for Mercer while dominating Hinton on the boards. Stephanie Meadows turned in a tremendous perform- ance for Hinton scoring 22 points and 17 rebounds. Meadows also hit a three point shot at the buzzer to put the game into overtime as well as another buzzer beating basket forc- ing the second overtime. Hinton played valantly in the overtimes, but with four starters fouled out they couldn't handle Mercer's sister combination of Wilkerson and Wilk- erson. Lindsay Keaton had 12 points, 10 rebounds for Hinton before foul- ing out and Erin Cox scored 12 points for Hinton, while Kristi Clark and Laura Rollyson added 10 points each. HINTON: 11 13 12 16 18 - 72 MERCER: 24 2 10 18 23 - 77 HINTON JR. HIGH BEATS GREENVILLE 59 - 20 The Hinton Jr. High Lady Bob- cats had their programs 72 game winning streak broken on Men. night. Having no time to feel sorry for themselves, Hinton reloaded and bounced back with vengeance Tues. night by dominating Greenville in every aspect of the game in route to a 59 to 20 win. The Jr. High Lady Bobcats placed nine players in the scoring column led by Faith Fortner 13 points and Lindsay Keaton with 12. Rounding out Hinton's scoring were Stephanie Meadows with 8, Laura Roltyson with 7, Erin Dick with 6, Beth Farley and Joy Shaffer with 4 each, Leslie Cyrus with 3, Kristi Clark with 2 points. Faith Fortner led Hinton in rebounding with 9, while Erin Dick pulled down 8 rebounds. Stephanie Meadows had 3 assists for the Bobcats. HINTON: 20 15 9 15 - 59 GREENVILLE: 1 6 6 7 - 20 HINTON JR. HIGH LADY BOBCATS WIN PIZZA HUT CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIP The Hinton Jr. High Lady won the championship of the Hinton Pizza Hut Classic by posting wins over Princeton Jr. High 67-21 and Tal- cottJr. High 40-27. Hinton was never challenged in either contest as their full court pressure saw them jump out to big first quarter leads in both games of the tournament. Hinton placed Lindsay Keaton, Faith Fort- net, and Erin Cox on the All Tourna- ment Team. Stephanie Meadows of Hinton was named the Tournament MVP. Talcott who reached the fi na]s with an exciting 31-30 come from behind win over Lenore Jr. High had Miehelle Palmer and Valeri e Hedrick named to the All Tournament Team. Rounding out the All Tournament Team were Debbie Combs from Prin- ceton and Erin Hannah from Lenore. HINTON 64 PRINCETON 21 Scoring for Hinton: Lindsay Kea- ton 13, Stephanie Meadows 11, Erin Dick 10, Beth Farley 8, Kristi Clark 6, Laura Rollyson 6, Erin Cox 4, Faith Fortner 3, Jessica Meadows 2, Leslie Cyrus 2, and Joy Shaffer 2. HINTON: 14 16 14 20 - 67 PRINCETON: 4 4 4 9 - 21 HINTON 40 TALCOTT 27 Scoring for Hinton: Stephanie Meadows 14, Kristi Clark 8, Lind- say Keaton 6, Erin Cox 4, Faith Fortner 4, Joy Shaffer 2, Beth Far- ley I. N: 18 11 8 3- 40 TALCOTT: 3 4 6 14 - 27 HINTON 7th. GRADE LADY BOBCATS IMPROVE TO 3-0 The Hinton 7th. Grade Lady Bobcats improved to 3-0 by defeat- ing Mercer and Athens last week. Hinton beat Mercer 32 to 19 as Erin Dick scored a game high 20 points and pullad down 15reboundein three quarters of play. Rachel Pack added 6 points and Amy Richmond, Jamie Chambers, and Natasha Smith each scored 2 points. Pack pulled down 8 rebounds for Hinton and Amy Richmond came away with 6 steals in the contest. The 7th. grade Lady Bobcats downed Athens 8th. Grade Team by a o of 31 to 27. Hinton had sev- eral mild individual performances in this game. Erin Dick again led the Bobcats with 15 points and 12 re- bound Rachel Pack added 7 points, 6 rebounds and 6 steals. Jamie Chambers scored 4 points and pulled down 6 rebounds and Alisha Mead- ows had 3 paints and 4 steals. Amy Richmond rounded out the scoring with 2 paints from her pnt guard pmition and Rachel Eskridge turned in a solid performance coming offthe Tues. Sept. 22, HINTON 8TH. GKAD LADY BOBCATS NOW 3-0 The Hinton 8th. Grade Lady Bobcats defeated Athens by a score of 39 to 15 and downed Lenore 30 to 22 to improve their record to 3-0 so far this season. Laura Rollyson and Joy Shaffer each scored 12 points to lead Hinton to the win over Athens. Shaffer also came up with 8 steals in the contest and Rollyson had 5 steals. Charlotte Mansfield and Autumn Ford added 4 points each for Hinton while Erin Dick scored 3 points, Natasha Smith 2, and Jennifer Price 2 to round out the scoring. Charlotte Mansfield and Meg Ziegler each had 6 rebounds fbr Hinton. In the win over Lenore's 8th. Graders Erin Dick scored a game high 17 points, followed by Laura Rollyson with 7, Meg Ziegler with 4, and Joy Shaffer with 2 points. Rol- lyson also had 4 assists and 4 steals in her two quarters of play. Rachel Pack led Hinton in assists. HUNTER EDUCATION CLASS TO BE OFFERED The Dept. of Natural Resources will sponsor a Hunter Educatiofi Course Sept. 28, 29, 30, from 7-10:30 PM at Summers Co. Career Center, Hinton. Included in the training will be basic gun safety, intbrmation about firearms and ammunition, the role of the hunter and huntingin wildlife management and conservation, hunter responsibility, game care and the wildlife laws. Persons successfully completing the 10 hour course will receive a Hunter Education Certification card from the W.Va. Dept. of Natural Resources. W.Va. law now requires persons who purchase their first hunting license after Jan. 1,1990, to successfully complete the Hunter Education Course. Parents are encouraged to attend with their children. For further information and reg- istration details, please contact: Leonard Smith at 466-2071. NATION'S WINNINGEST COLLEGE COACH TO SPEAK AT CLINIC Don Meyer, Head Basketball Coach at David Lipscomb Univer- sity will speak on Building A Cham- pionship Program Through Team Attitudes" at THE Classic Basket- ball Coaches Clinic scheduled at Bridgeport High School, Sept. 25. 26. Meyer, who has directed David Lipscomb's highly successful, mens basketball program Ibr 17 years, has produced the wlnningest ream in ALL of college basketball over the past seven seasons. His Bisons have won 30 or more games over the last five seasons capturing the coveted number one NAIA rankingin each of these cam paigns. His 1986 squad won the NAIA National Championship and Meyer was named NAIA Coach of the Year in 1989-90 as he coached his team to a 41-5 record. Since the 1980's he has produced 12 All-Americans and 6 NAIA Scholar Athletes. 1992 Hinton News - 5 "Coach Meyer's record reflects why he is so successful, - he does more than coach his players, he prepares them for life," Clinic Direc- tor Walt Ayers stated. During the summer, Meyer de- votes his time to running the nation's largest basketball camp. This past summer Bison Basketball Camps drew more than 4000 campers from across the nation. He has also pro- duced a set of instructional video tapes that has sold more than 20,000 in their first five years of production. I have worked Den's summer camp for two years," Ayers contin- ued. "I have had the opportunity to witness first hand his outstanding winning program. He is awesome." For moreinformation on the clinic call Coach Walt Ayers 304-457-1936. EcoTheater Bound for Atlanta Festival On Sept. 23, EcoTheater of Lewis- burg will depart for the 1992 Arts Festival of Atlanta. Six W.Va. per- formers will represent EcoTheatsr at this national invitational festival on Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. Going to Atlanta will be Kathy and Panla Jackson of Hinton, Tim Oiler of Ronceverte, Martha Asbury of Le- wisburg, Judy Walker and Sarge McGhee, both of Mullens. A series of oral history based scences about local people, places and events will be presented in a ninety-minute format. Scenes in- clude "Zona's Ghost," co-written by Jane Ashworth and Martha Asbury relating the story of Lewiaburb/s famous murder trial; and two scenes from John Henry: A Drama with Music. written by the late Maryat Lee, Founder of EcoTheater. lie- Dyed Underwear , a comedy written by Martha and performed by Kathy, Paula and Martha will be presented. Other scenes: Bananas,  by Joyce Marshall; Church Lady,  by Greg Wooding, and three scenes written by Judy Walker. Grants organizations from around the nation, includilagrepresentatives from The National Endowment for The Arts, will be in attendance, and portions of the Festival will be re- corded for public television. EcoTheater especially thanks Greenbrier Motor Company of Fairlea for arranging for a van for EcoTheater's trip south. EcoTheater is a nonprofit organi- zation and all contributions will be appreciated. For information, call 645-2443 in Lewisburg, or Kathy Jackson at 466-1481 in Hinton. Fox Photographics j;/. WEDDING SCHOOL AERIAL & / COMMERCIAL k PHOTOGRAPHY 71 217 R BALLE.NGEE ST. HINTON v Appliance Parts GE - Hotpoint - Maytag Sears- Whirlpool- Roper Holt Refrigeration Sandstone 466 1493 II II MON Y ORD RSI NOW AVAILABLE AT ! WOOD'S STORE, nearly two years Men. night. After bench. Key baskets by Richmond " 72 wins in a row Mer" Christian and Chambers iced the win for NOTICE downed Hinton 77 to 72 in triple Hinton's7th.GradeoverAthens8th. overtime. 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