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/ lg at at Reflections of Area Spori00s By Lin Gains HINTON HIGH HOMECOMING '91 Hinton High Homecoming Queen for 1991 is Ms. Angie Martin. She was selected by the 1991 Hinton Football Team. Angie resides in Forest Hill and is a member of the senior class at Hinton. Her parents are Calvin and Debbie Martin. Escorted by her father at halftime, Angie was crowned by last year's queen, Ms. Kim Cooper. HINTON BOBCATS The Bobcats were beaten by Sher- man 31 to 13 Fri. night. The Bobcats played to a 13 to 13 tie at halftime but could not score in the 2nd. half as Sherman scored 3 touchdowns. Hinton's scores came from Lamont Smith 16 yard run for a touchdown. Mike Harshaw kicked the extra point. The other touchdown came fcop.  pss from Mike Harshaw t 9 John Mills, tile playcovered 14yards. The point after attempt failed. Lamon t Sm i th had 139 yard ru shi ng for the game. John Reed lead the team with 7 tackles. Hinton now has 2 wins and 5 losses for the season. The Cats play at Richwood this Fri. HIGH SCHOOL GOLF Hinton beat Independence 324- 349 Wed. in a high school golf match at Pipestem Resort. Hinton placed the top three golf- ers in the match. They were Tom Meadows, who shot a 719, and Jamie. Clark and Frank Adkins who each shot 80. Hinton ended the regular season at 24-4 and will start re- gional action next Men. JR. HIGH BASKETBALL Talcott Jr. High defeated Shady Spring 48-14 in a 7th & 8th grade cpntest. Leading the way for Talcott was Valerie Hedrick with 13 points, Christy Barker - 10, Jordy Legal-6, Rhesa Wanger - 6, Amy Eggleston - 4, Amy Eller-2, Tabitha Fox - 2, Sherry Mize - 2 and Peggy Fox - 2. In the Talcott 9th. grade game, they defeated Shady Spring 72-34. Talcott was led by Susan Turner with 16 pts., Patricia Sea added 12, Erica Williams - 12, Valerie Hedrick - 10, Janet Stewart - 8, Shelly New- ton - 6, Robin Mitchem - 2, Sherry Mize - 2, Marlena tticks- 2, and Amy Et]er and Christy Barker - 1 each. SANDSTONE 41 SItADY SPRING 30 Leading the way for Sandstone was Lori Shafer with 23 points and 9 steals. Christina Miller- 6,Joni Ward - 2 pts. and 8 rebounds, Melinda Gwinn - 2, Jodi Stone - 6 pts. and Joy Shaffer - 2. Sandstone defeated Williamsburg - final score was Sandstone 38 - Williamsburg 33. Leading scorers were: Lori Shafer scored 23 points and had 8 steals, Melinda Gwinn - 10, Joni Ward - 3 and Christina Miller - 2. Jodi Stone had 8 rebounds. Sandstone is now 7-3 for the year. HINTON JR. HIGH FOOTBALL The Jr. tligh Bobcats defeated the Talcott Pirates 42-28. Hinton scoring: Chad Meador had a 25 yard touch- down , a,d Scott Jackson ran in the 2-pt. conversion. John Crawford caught a pass from Jason Pack and ran for a 28 yds. for a touchdown. Chris Houchins intercepted a pass and ran for 38 yds. for a touchdown. Chad Meador ran the 2pt. conver- sion. Tom Honaker ran 74 yds. for a touchdown and Scott Jackson ran in the 2pt. conversion. Jackson finished the scoring with two tofichdowns, one of 85 yds. and one of 37 yds. Scoring for Ta]cott: Brad Wykle had a 30 yd. run and also ran in the 2pt. conversion. Brian Keatley re- turned on an intercepted pass for 68 yds. for a touchdown and a pass fi'om Wykle to Brian Bowles for the 2 pl. conversion. Braid Wykle fi ,h d tL scoring tbr Talcott with 2 touch down runs, one for 81 yards and one fi)r 2 yds. HINTON LADY CATS The Lady Cats picked up two wins this past week. Their first victory came Tues; by defeating Princeton 66-39, Hinton was led by Kristen Keaton with 22 points. Following Kristen in the scoring column were Jenny Mann wi th 17, Kim Rober teen 8, Celena Angel] - 7, Melanie Brumit 6, Tabitha Lilly - 2, Melanie Humphreys - 2, and Melissa Rol- lyson - 2. In the secon d victory they defeated Vodrow Wilson ; team who had F(vious]y !:)e;t,: the Ltdy Cats. The final score was Itinton 59, Woodrow Wilson 50. Hittn i. nrw -2 ftJr t]e season. Lady Cat Kristen Keaton scored 22 pts. and distributed 5 assists. Kristen was 4 for 4 t>om the foul line with less than 2 minutes to go tohelp seal the win. Other scorers for Hin- ton were Melanie Brumit - 15 pts., Jenny Manr - l 0 pts., Celan Angell elle Williams - 2 pts. Jenny Mann also had 11 r{.bou,ds in the contest. The 7th Grade Lady Bobcats remained unbeaten and improved their record to 5.0,,,  (: i ': over Talcott 'Iurs. night Oct. 10ti. Scoring for the Bobcats was led by Jessica Bragg with 18 points and Laura Rollyson with 12. Rollyson also led Hinton is rebounding with 7 and in assists with 4, while Bragg came up with 6 steals in the contest. Rounding out Hinton's scoring were Shannon Gills, Leslie Cyrus, Jessie Zimmerman, Charlotte Mansfield, and Meg Ziegler all with 2 points. Talcott's scoring was led by Sheri Mi ze with 5 points, Tabitha Fox with 4, and Melissa Standard with 2. The 7th Grade Lady Bobcats (5-0) have been a part of Hinton Junior High;s 24-0 record thus far this sea- son. The Jr. High Program has now won 47 consecutive games. Hinton: 12 8 13 7 - 40 Talcott 0 1 8 2 - 11 !";'FOX: :'! !. 55 SU,%IM E IISVi I,LI 28 The 8th. Grade Lady Bobcats improved their record to 8-0 defeat- ing SummersviHe 55-28 Tes. night ()('t. 8th. The,Jr. t l igh Lady Bobcats program is now 24-0 this season and have put together a 47 consecutive game winning streak. Itinton's Stephanie Meadows scored 21 points in only 2 quarters of play and Jessica Bragg and Kristi Clark also hit double figures with 12 and 10. The Botx:ats led 32-16 at the half befor putting the g:inle away' by outscoring Summersville 15-2 in the 3rd. quarter. Rounding out the Lady Bobcats scoring were Beth Fafley and Laur: Roily:;,: with 4 points each and Lindsay Keaton and Stacy Turner with 2 each. Jessica Meadows and Lipdsay Keaton each had 5 assists tbr the Lady Cats and Stephanie Meadows picked off 5 steals. ttinton: 20 12 15 8 - 55 Summersville: 2 14 2 10 - 28 IIINTON JR. HIGH BLASTS PARK 79-30 CLAIM VICTORY #45 IN A ROW The tIinton Jr. High Lady Bob- cats put on a basketball exhibition in Raleigh County Wed. night Oct. 9th. The Lady Bobcats shot 34 of 67 (51%) from the floor and were 11 of 13 (84%) from the charity stripe. ttinton also outrebeunded Park 54 to 27 and turned the ball over 6 times compared to 39 for Park. With the 79-30 victory the Jr. High girls basketball program extending their consecutive game winning streak to 45 games and improved to 22-0 this season. This contest was decided in the first quarter as Hinton led 30 to 4 after the first six minutes of play. Tho Bo:'ts placed 5 players in double figures in only 2 quarters of action. Joetta Cales had 14, Farrah t  !. ad ,qharon Yopp, Stepha- ie Meadows, and Lindsay Keaton all had 10 points. Rounding out the ! :wlv }lobcats scoring were Andrea ( ;r,.  v:it} 9, ,e;!iler Smith with 6, Beth Farley with 4, Kristi Clark with 3 and Erin Cox with 2. The Park Roadrunners were led by Jenny Sanders with 14 points. Stephanie Meadows grabbed 12 rebounds in 2 quarters of play while Andrea Crook pulled down 8 and Farrah Lilly and Joetta Cales each had 7 boards. Point guard Sharon Yopp again led Hinton in assists with 5 and in steals with 4. ttinton: 30 12 14 23 - 79 Park: 4 8 14 4 - 30 l IINTON ,Ill. IIIGII GOES 11-0 WIN STREAK EXTENDS TO 47 The Jr. High Lady Bobcats de- feated Talcott Jr. High 48 to 26 Tri-Hi - Y Player of Week Game 4 Van Bobby Fox, Sr. Left to right: Lake Wykle, Charlie Jordan, Billy Rhodes, Tom Meadows, and Mark Fleshman. HINTON HIGH GOLF Hinton Bobcats Golf Team has won 29 and only lost 4 matches this year. Two years ago the team just had enough members to play. This year the team started with sixteen golfers and are now down to eight. The team has worked hard to raise money for their expenses and their effort payed offwith the purchase of 6 impressive golf bags. These bags identify the Hinton team and will be. used by the top 6 golfers in each match. Hinton will play Men. Oct. 14 at Pipestem in the Regional Golf Tournament. There wilt be 6 schools in this tournament with the winner W & A Water Service, Formerly Monroe Water Service We take care of all your water needs. We fill pools, ponds' and cisterns. We also keep cisterns cleaned free. We also gutters, do plumbing, bmld, repair and install water reservoirs. Call 772-3092 Anything- 7 days a week. going on to play in the state tourna- mentin Huntingtonlater this month. Only 5 golfers are in a match. Itinton's first three players had averages of 79.8, 82.6, and 85.4. The next three golfers were' grouped within one stroke of each other. Because the tegional 'olf form had to be sent to Parkersburg by Oct. 7 listing Hinton's five golfers, those three golfers had an eighteen t-Io]e Match to determine the two who would play. The scorers of that play offgave Mark Fleshman an average of 89.6, Billy Rhodes an average of ofgl.6. S,t : .; :. ................... one golfer played and another did Game 5 Peterstown Rusty Cox, Sr. not. The ttinton Team playingin the Regional WIll be Senior Captain Lake Game 6 Wykle, Seniors Charlie Jordan and Tom Meadows, Junior Mike Fesh- Greenbrier West man and Sophomore Billy Rhodes. Philip Pettit, Sr. Tues. Oct. 15, Thurs. night Oct. 10th. to improve their 1991 record to 11-0 and extend the Jr. High Girls Basketball Pro. grams consecutive game winning streak to 47. Against Talcott Hinton blew many easy acoring opportuni- ties in the first quarter and for the game shot a miserable season low 20% from the field. In spite of this after one quarter of play Hinton held a 9-3 lead. At the half the lead had increased to 27.10, but the ady Bobcats could not put the game away. 8scond half action was no differ- ence as the Lady Pirates played Hinton to a standstill, but were never able to make a ser/ous challenge to overtake the Bobcats. Hinton's scor- ing was led by Farrah Lilly with 14 and Stephanie Mmdowa with 11. Rounding out the scoring were Joetta Cales with 9, Andrea Crook with 6, Lindsay Koaton with 5, and Sharon Yopp with 3. Patricia Sealed Talcott with 10 points followed by Susan Turner with 7, and Erica Williams with 6. The Bobca outrebounded the Pirates 39 to 18. JoettaCa]es had 19 rebounds tolead Hinton and Andrea Crook had 9. Farrah Lilly with 6 steal and Sharon Yopp with 5 led the Bobcat defense which is only gvng up an average of 27 point per game. Offensively the Lady Bobcats re averaging 58 pointe per contest. Scoring for Talcott Pirate was: Susan Turner. 7 pointe, Eriea Wil- 1991 Hinton News - 5 liams - 7 pts., Patricia Sea - 9 pts., Amy Eller - 2 pts., and Shelly New- ton- I pt. LADY BOBCATS BASKETBALL Tues. Oct. 15: Hinton 8th Grade Lady Bobcats play in the Oceana Invitatinral Tournament. 5:30. Itin ton Varsity Lady Bobcats play a t Midland Trail 7:00. Wed. Oct. 16: tlinton 7th. Grade and Jr. High play at Gap Mills 12:00 & 1:30. Thurs. Oct. 17: Hinton Jr. High hosts Greenville at 5:00. Hinton Varsity hosts Greenbrier West at 7:00. Fri. Oct. 18: Hinton 8th Grade Lady Bobcats host Stratton 3:30. Tues. Oct. 22: Hinton Varsity Lady Bobcats host Princeton at 1:30. Hinton 7th and 8th Grade Lady Bobcats host Shady 6:00. Hi nton Jr. High Lady Bobcats host Shady 7:30. Fox Photographics WEDDING SCHOOL AERIAL & MMERCIAL TOGRAPHY RAILROAD DAYS FESTIVAL I n ii i OCTOBER 12, 13 & 19, 20 I I I IIII I I I i u Historic Hinton On the River and On the Rise Historic Hinton celebrates ANNUAL RAILROAD DAYS upon the arrival of the New River Steam Train E:ccursion. Street F/fir includes entertainment, handmade arts and crafts and homemade food. Come enjoy the fall foliage And this hometown festival! Main Street Summers County Visitors Center 206 Temple Street Hinton, WV 25951 (304),466-4971 I !1 II i DAIRY QUEEN ON THE HINTON BY-PASS HOME OF THOSE DELICIOUS HOT DOGS. SPECIALS Sale Wed. Hamburger 99 Thurs. Ham & Cheese $1.25 Fri. Fish Sandwish $1.29 Reg. $ .49 $1.89 $1.65 Mon. Quarter Pounder $1.25 $1.79 Tue. Bar-B.Que $1.29 $1.69 OPEN DAILY 6 am to 10 pm .Breakfast  6.00 to 11.30am Phone 466-1700  l Below Bluestone Dam