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i t. 0 3. 0 II II III Area Sports .... By Lin Goins ii',, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: J l HINTON JR. HIGH LADY BOBCATS :. The Hinton Jr. High Lady Bobcats currently have Summers-Monroe Conference Tournament Cham- a 15-0 record andmthe Hinton Jr. High Girls Pro- piormhip next week. The Summers-Monroe Con- gram including 7th. and 8th. Grades have now ference Tournament will be held at Hinton High won 58 consecutive games. The Jr. High Lady School Fri. Nov. I at 20 p.m., and Nov. 4, 5, and 7 Bobcats will be seeking their 5th. Consecutive with game times being 6:30 and 8.0 each night. SUMMERS - MONROE ule and format will be as follows: Hinton: Celena Angell 6, Melissa TOURNAMENT Fri. Nov. 1, 2:00 p.m. #6 Seed vs. Rollyson 4, Melanie Humphrey 4, The Summers-Monroe Jr. High #7 Seed; Janette Yopp 3, and Tabitha Lilly 2. Girls Basketball Tournament will Mon. Nov. 4, 6:30 p.m. Winner of The 2nd. win came by beating be held Nov. 1, 4, 5 and 7 at Hinton Friday's Game vs. #3 Seed; Peterstown 74 to 36. Metanie Bru- High School. Members of the Sum- Mon. Nov. 4, 8:00 p.m. #4 Seed vs. mit led Hinton with 20 points. Kris- mers-Monroe Conference are Tal- #5 Seed; ten Keaton had 19 points and Jenny cott, Sandstone, Hinton, Peterstown, Tues. Nov. 5, 6:30 p.m. #3 vs. #6 or Mann 12 points to help with the win. Greenville, Gap Mills, and Mercer #7 winner vs. #2 Seed; Kim Robertson had 6 points, Mich- Christian Academy. Seeds for this Tues. Nov. 5, 8:00 p.m. #4 vs. #5 elle Williams 4, Tabitha Lilly 4, tournament won't be determined winner vs. #1 Seed; Janette Yopp 4, Me]anie Humphrey until all regular season schedules Thurs. Nov. 7, 6:30 p.m. Console- 2, Melissa Rollyson 2, and Celena are completed this week. The sched- tion; Angell 1. Thurs. Nov. 7, 8:00 p.m. Champi- VARSITY CHEERLEADERS onship. Hinton High School Varsity HINTON BOBCATS Cheerleaders had a busy schedule The Bobcats picked up a winXri, last week, performing at two college night tifig Shiidy spring 15'o 8. eventswhile strengtheningtheirown Hinton scored on two blocked punts skills. Thurs. evening the squad ::: in the 1st. half. The 1st. blocked traveled to Athens to participate in :' punt resulted in a safety for 2 points Concord's homecoming parade. Shelly Newton 4, and Amy Eller 3 points. The 2nd. game Talcott beat Athens 47 to 20. Patricia Sea had 18 points and 5 steals to lead the team. Susan Turner scored 12 points with 3 rebounds and 5 steals. Other scor- ers: Erica Williams 5 points, Janet Stewart 5, Shelly Newton 2, Valerie Hedrick 2, Amy Eller 2, and Christy Barker i point. Game 3 Talcott beat Sandstone 66 to 32. PatHcia Sea had 15 points, Janet Stewart 14 points, EricaWil- liams 13 points and Susan Turner 10 points. Shelly Newton 6 points, and Robin Mitchem 4 points. Sand- stone scorers were Lori Shafer with 24 points, Christina Miller 3, Me- linda Gwinn 4 and Joni Ward 1. Sandstone beat Greenville 42 to 19 last week to have a record of 9 and 4 for the year. Lori Sharer had 31 points to lead her team. Joni Ward had 9 and Joni Stone had 2 points. Christina Miller had 10 steals. TALCOTr 7 & 8 GRADE Talcott beat Athens 7th. grade 50 to 22. Talcott was led by Jordi Legal 16 points, Sherry Mize 11 points, Tabitha Fox 6 points, Christy Barker 6 points, Melissa Standard 4 points, Amy Eller 3 points, Marlena Hicks 2 points and Rhesa Wanger 2 points. Talcott won game 2 over Mercer 26 to 13. Leading Taicott was Mar. lene Hicks 8 points, Christy Barker 4 points, Valerie Hedrick 4 points, Amy Eller 4 points, Sherry Mize 4 points and Rhesa Wanger 1 point. PROGRAM John O'Neal will be teaching the American Coaching Effectiveness Program at Hin ton High School Nov. 4, 5 and 6th. The class is for non teaching personnel who would like to coach Jr. High and High School sports. The fee is $50.00 and you may call John at 466-2530 for more information. HINTON JR. HIGH LADY BOBCATS NOW 15-0 The Hinton Jr. High Lady Bob- cats improved to 15-0 and the Hin- ton Jr. High girls basketball pro- gram has now won 58 consecutive games after the Jr. High Bobcats defeated Shady Springs 73 to 24 and downed Peterstown 56 to 8 last week. In the Shady contest, the Bobcats were behind midway through the first quarter for the first time this season before rallying over the last three minutes to grab a 21 to 10 lead after one period of play. In 'the sec- ond quarter Hinton received a wake up call and outscored Shady 26 to 2 to take a 47 to 12 lead into the locker room at the half. The second half saw the Bobcats maintain control receiving good play from all 15 play- ers. The Peterstown game was the Jr. High's worst performance of the season despite winning the game 56 to 8. The 8th. Grade Lady Bobcats ...:. :.. Tues. Oct. 29, 1991 Hinton News - 5 played a key role in this game " 54 to 24. Against Nuttall Hinton they outscored Peterstown Jr. High 17 to 4 in the 2nd. quarter and 15 to 0 in the final quarter. Hinton: 21 26 14 12 - 73 Shady: 10 2 4 8 - 24 Scoring: Hinton - Joetta Cales 20, Farrah Lilly 19, Stephanie Mead- ows 10, Sharon Yopp 8, Lindsay Keaton 8, Andrea Crook 4, Jennifer Smith 2, and Kristi Clark 2. Leading Rebounders: Hinton - Joetta Caleb 10. Assist Leaders: HJnton - Sharon Yopp 6, Farrah Lilly 4. Steals: Hinton. Sharon Yopp 4, Lindsay Keaton 4. Hinton: 16 17 6 15 - 56 Peterstown: 1 4 3 0 - 8 Scoring: Hinton - Stephanie Meadows 12, Lndsay Keaton 8, Farrah Lilly 8, Erin Cox 6, Sharon Yopp 6, Andrea Crook 6, Joetta Cales 2, Beth Farley 2, Fatih Fortner 2, Sharon Kessler 2. Leading Rebounders: Hinton . Farrah Lilly 10, Andrea Crook 8. Assist Leaders: Hinton. Lindsay Keaton 4. Steals: Hinton - Sharon Yopp 7. ,HINTON 7TH GRADE LADY BOBCATS NOW 7} The 7th Grade Lady Bobcats improved to 7-0 last week with a 38 to 10 victory over Athens. Jessica Bragg led Hinton in scoring with 17 points followed by Leslie Cyrus with 7, Laura Rollyson with 6 and Char- lotte Mansfield with 2 points. The 7th Grade Lady Bobcats outre- bounded Athens 42 to 24 as Jessica Bragg pulled down 11 rebounds fol- lowed by Shannon Gills with 10 and Leslie Cyrus with 9. Laura Rollyson and Jessica Bragg each dished out 2 assists for Hinton. Hinton: 14 11 11 2 - 38 Athens: 2 0 4 4 - 10 HINTON 8TH. GRADE LADY BOBCATS NOW 13-0 The 8th. Grade Lady Bobcats picked up three wins last week downing Nuttall Middle School 51- jumped out to a 24 to 4 lead after one period of play and never looked back using 19 different players in the contest. Lindsay Keaton scored 17 points in two quarters of play and Stephanie Meadows added 10 points in one quarter of play to lead the Lady Bobcats offense. Erin Cox also had 7 points in the contest and Jes- sica Meadows led Hinton in rebound- ing with 7. The Shady Spring contest was no different as Hinton led 24 to 0 after one period of play and led 38 to 4 at the half. Jessica Bragg led Hinton's scoring with 12 points followed by Beth Farley with 10. Kristi Clark, Faith Fortner, and Laura Rollyson each added 8 point. Faith Former, and Laura Rollyson each added 8 points. Faith Fornter led the Bob- cats in rebounding with 5 while Laura Rollyson dished out 4 assists and Beth Farley came away with 8 steals. The Athens game saw Hinton hold a 27 to 12 lead at the half before outscoring Athens 20 to 4 to take control in the third quarter. Lindsay Keaton led Hinton's trio of double figure scorers with 15, followed by Faith Fortner wit 13, and Stepha- nie Meadows with 11. Kristi Clark, Jessica Meadows, and Faith Fort- ner each had 5 rebounds to lead Hinton. Hnton: 24 9 15 3 - 51 Nuttalh 4 10 5 14 - 33 HINTON: 24 14 8 12 - 58 SHADY: 0 4 2 7 - 13 HINTON: 13 14 20 7 - 54 ATHENS: 3 9 4 8 - 24 HINTON LADY BOBCATS BASKETBALL Tues. Oct. 29: Hinton Jr. High Hosts Sandstone 5:00. Hinton Var- sity hosts Midland Trail 7:00. Wed. Oct. 30: Hinton Jr. High Hosts Park 5:00. Thurs. Oct. 31: Hinton Varsity Hosts Glen Rogers 1:30. Hinton 8th. Grade Travels to Huttall 6:00. 33, Shady Springs 58-13, and Athens University Women The Hinton Branch ofthe AAUW met at the home of Elizabeth Bare on the 21st. of Oct. Co-hostesses were Myra Ziegler and Barbara Parrner. The president, Hazel Davidson reers by talking with professional women. The amendments to the By- laws were read by Mrs. Davidson and were approved. Following the business meeting, effort to =Celebrate Women" led to the renomination'of Kayetta Mead- ows and the invitation to submit the names of other members..The Nov. meeting will be held at the High School in conjunction with the Delta Kappa Gamma and BPW to help the junior and senior girls to select ca- called the meeting to order. Follow- aninnovative appreachtotheunder- ing the reading of the minutes and  ptncling of the handicaps 0filliter- the treasurer's report the state's acy was introduced by Carolyn Mathena, Director of the Adult Basic for the Bobcats. Lamont Smith re- covered the other blocked punt and Thecheerleadersmarchedbehind ran for 3 yards for the touchdown. HHS band while doing pore pon MikeHarshawkickedtheextrapoint routines. After the Bobcats game at to make the score 9 to 0 in the 1st. Richwood, the cheerleaders rose half. bright and early Sat. morning to Bruce Jackson ran a touchdown attendaclinicatVirginiaTech.Along from the 5 yard line in the 3rd. withover100othergirlsfromschools quarter to move the score to 15-0 throughout W.Va. and Va., HHS Hinton. Shady Spring took over in Varsity improved their techniques ........................... : and stunts with the guidance of VPI .............................. the 4th. quarter and made the game cheerleaders. close with a touchdown and 2 point Following the instructional ses- conversion. Shady was driving for their 2nd. downtown when Lamont siGn, the squad cheered at Techs football game against Cincinnati. :: .... Smith intercepted a pass to save the game. Mike Harshaw also had an MembersattendingincludedJessica interception in the game and Philip Reich, Kim Ward, Renee Brandon, Pettit recovered a fumble for Hin- JamieBeasley, StaceyNewton,Trish ton. Bobby Fox led the team with 8 Koenig, Helen Boone, Stella Har- tackles.BruceJacksonhad136yards vey, Emma Chanlett-Avery and rushing on 18 carriers for Hinton. Becky Arthur, sponsor. Special thanks to Amber Beasley Hinton'slastgameoftheyearwillbe and Francis Boone for transporta- againstMidlandTrailathome.Game tion. time 7:30. HINTON GOLF TEAM JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Fox :::i!i::i::i:i!iii:iiiS!:::i! iiii!:ii::iiiii:iS:ii!!:!i::i::i:!:!ii:::::i!:i::iii:::ii!i:i:iii!i:: Forthe Ist. time in Hinton High TalcottJHGirlsBasketballpicked Photographics ::::::::;::::::C:::::::: :::: ............................ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::i::::::::::::: intheStateTournament.TherewereSChoolhistoryurGlfteamplayed their record to 11 wins and41osses, up three wins last week toimproveThe 1st. game Talcott beat Mer- 8TH = GRADE LADY BOBCATS gdlF" ..l )IoN: 10teamsitheA-AADivisionofthe cer Christian 56 to 40. Erica Wil- The Hinton 8th. Grade Lady Bobeats recently won the Oceana |,//-: ERIAL & :!!!!ii[i!iiJ!i!!iii!!iiii!!iii!ii!!ii!!i tournment being held in Hunting- liamshadl4pointsandl0rebounds Gino's Invitational Tournament with wine over BaileysviIle and [ COMMERCIAL ton. Hinton finished 4th. the 1st. PHOTOGRAPHY to lead her team. Susan Turner had Oceana. Members of the " 8th Grade Lady Bobcats are = (Front  j  pile day and could not move up the 2nd. 9 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals RowLtoR)ErinCox, KristiClark, MikaMeadow,LauraRollyon, /  day but finished 4th. over all. also for Talcott. Other scorers were Jessica Bragg. Back Row (L to R) Beth Farley, Lindsay Kcaton, / I The team stated they had a big Patricia Sea 8, Robin Mitchem 8, Stephanie Meadows, Faith Fornter, Jeseica Meadows. Not Pie- 217 R BALLENGEE ST. NTON crowd following them on every hole Christy Barker 6, Valerie Hedrick 4, tured: Stacy Turner, Sherri Mansfield. [] ammm that made them nervous but really o xc 00ight Classes Job well done, men." il T HINTON JH FOOTBALL Hinton beat Shady Spring Thurs. night 33 to 14. Hinton's record now stands at 5 wins and 21osses. Hinton i!i!i!iiiiii!iiiiiii!!i!!iiiiiiiiiii00000000:00:00:' Pictured (top to bottom ) Shawna Carter, Trudy Long, Jessie Zim- merman, and Roaxann Cline. These young ladies arc members of the 74} 7th. Grade Lady Bob- cats Basketball Team. The 7th. Grad ; ats Lpe to Summers County Career Center Education branch of the Princeton Learning Center. Three skits were presented by members of the group demonstrating physical abuse, loss of position, and loss ofopportunity to advance. Questions, comments and suggestions by the members of AAUW followed each skit. It was a memorable way to present pertinent data concerning the importance of literacy in every day life. A delightful plate was served to 12 members and 6 guests. Guests: Carolyn Mathens, Samuel T. Campbell, Thelma Jean Stone, Betti Sue Hedrick, Sherry L. Auton and Marcia Ware. Members: Elizabeth Bare, Charlene Crook, Hazel Davidson, Mae Dodd, Lee Emrich, Hettie Belle Gwinn, Janice Gwinn, Jane Humphries, Catherine Mack, Barbara Parmer, Pat Stacklin, and Myra Ziegler. Hix RL Box 11-A Phone: 466-0621 Summers County Career Center WELDI' SIGN LKNGUAGE CLASS BASKET WEAVING BASIC ELECTRICITY COMPUTER LITERACY INTRO/FRENCH HOURS - TUITION NIGHT/WK ENDING 10 (3 baskets) $45.00 ONE DEC 20 36 (home wiring) $75.00 TWO JAN 17 20 $40.00 TWO JAN 10 20 $40.00 ONE JAN 17 72 $135.00 TWO FEB 28 15 $40.00 TWO DEC 20 (includes text) November 19, 1991. A minimum enrollment of 10 students per class is required before classes can begin. .... REFUNDS WILL BE MADE IF THE MUM IS NOT ENROLLED. CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED TO BEGIN NOVEMBER 18th. complete .:.  a. regular season each had 18 points while Jenny Mann undefeated if they can defeat 12 and Kim Robertson added 10 Mercer Mon.ight. points. Other players scoring for their last game of the year. For Hinton the scoring came from Scott Jackson on a 48 yard run for a touch- down. Jason Pack ran for the two point conversion. Scott Jack,on picked up his 2nd. touchdown with a 60 yard run and John Crawford kicked the extra point. Jason Pack ran his first touchdown from 30 yards away and his 2nd. touchdown of 85 yards just before half time. To finish the night Hinton's Ja- son Pack ran for 15 yards for his 3rd. touchdown. Joe Blankenship, Tom Honaker, and Chad Meador played well on defense. HINTON LADY CATS Hinton won two games last week to improve to 11-2 this season. The Ist. game Hinton beat Princeton 77 to 50, Tues. afternoon. Four players scored in double figures for Hinton. will play Glenwood Tues. night for :, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '.': i}i: i i:: ..'.'.-:!:iilii::  The following classes will bc of:%red at the Summers County Career Center. Persons interested in taking these classes should enroll at the Career Center each week day between 9 am and 3 pm before