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WVSSAC Football Rankings 2014: Week 6

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2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 6 - CLASS AAA
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 CABELL MIDLAND 13.80 5 0 0 240 91
2 CAPITAL 13.75 4 0 0 210 66
3 POINT PLEASANT 12.20 5 0 0 265 25
4 MARTINSBURG 12.00 4 1 0 128 94
5 SOUTH CHARLESTON 11.20 4 1 0 237 103
5 UNIVERSITY 11.20 4 1 0 121 88
7 JEFFERSON 11.00 4 1 0 183 96
8 SPRING VALLEY 10.80 4 1 0 178 142
9 PARKERSBURG SOUTH 10.25 3 1 0 132 80
9 WHEELING PARK 10.25 3 1 0 79 50
11 LEWIS COUNTY 10.00 4 1 0 149 42
12 GEORGE WASHINGTON 9.50 3 1 0 110 96
12 WOODROW WILSON 9.50 3 1 0 140 66
14 HUNTINGTON 8.60 3 2 0 173 93
15 MORGANTOWN 7.80 3 2 0 169 92
16 BUCKHANNON-UPSHUR 7.75 3 1 0 141 72
17 HURRICANE 7.40 3 2 0 180 126
18 JOHN MARSHALL 7.00 3 1 0 135 53
18 PRESTON 7.00 3 2 0 128 105
20 SPRING MILLS 6.80 3 2 0 146 145
21 HAMPSHIRE 6.25 2 2 0 79 124
21 PARKERSBURG 6.25 2 2 0 127 134
23 MUSSELMAN 5.20 2 3 0 151 149
24 LOGAN 4.80 2 3 0 149 170
25 GREENBRIER EAST 4.60 2 3 0 141 192
26 SHADY SPRING 4.20 2 3 0 128 156
27 BROOKE 3.20 1 4 0 72 121
28 ST. ALBANS 3.00 1 3 0 101 139
28 WINFIELD 3.00 1 3 0 41 130
30 RIPLEY 2.60 1 4 0 86 176
31 PRINCETON 2.40 1 4 0 117 171
31 WASHINGTON 2.40 1 4 0 73 181
33 ELKINS 2.25 1 3 0 111 132
33 NITRO 2.25 1 3 0 82 196
35 HEDGESVILLE 0.00 0 4 0 66 203
35 LINCOLN COUNTY 0.00 0 5 0 34 222
35 OAK HILL 0.00 0 4 0 77 146
35 RIVERSIDE 0.00 0 5 0 38 254



2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 6 - CLASS AA
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 BLUEFIELD 12.00 4 0 0 222 123
2 SCOTT 10.80 5 0 0 173 54
3 RAVENSWOOD 10.25 4 0 0 198 85
4 BRIDGEPORT 10.00 4 1 0 134 35
4 FRANKFORT 10.00 5 0 0 184 88
6 WESTSIDE 8.80 4 1 0 162 137
7 KEYSER 8.40 4 1 0 187 94
7 MINGO CENTRAL 8.40 4 1 0 201 121
9 WAYNE 8.00 3 1 0 116 99
9 WEIR 8.00 4 1 0 165 96
11 NICHOLAS COUNTY 7.75 3 1 0 129 39
12 HERBERT HOOVER 7.50 3 1 0 158 90
13 FAIRMONT SENIOR 7.00 3 2 0 117 83
13 LIBERTY (RALEIGH) 7.00 4 1 0 178 73
13 ROBERT C. BYRD 7.00 3 2 0 145 87
16 RITCHIE COUNTY 6.60 3 2 0 123 113
17 CLAY COUNTY 6.40 3 2 0 35 78
18 LIBERTY (HARRISON) 5.80 3 2 0 129 123
19 GRAFTON 5.40 3 2 0 163 143
20 INDEPENDENCE 5.00 3 2 0 141 95
21 JAMES MONROE 4.75 2 2 0 134 79
22 CHAPMANVILLE 4.60 2 3 0 140 172
23 ROANE COUNTY 4.20 2 3 0 115 88
24 WEBSTER COUNTY 4.00 2 2 0 104 157
24 WYOMING EAST 4.00 2 3 0 128 120
26 BRAXTON COUNTY 3.80 2 3 0 59 125
27 SISSONVILLE 2.75 1 3 0 90 83
28 EAST FAIRMONT 2.00 1 4 0 73 193
29 BERKELEY SPRINGS 1.80 1 4 0 91 209
29 LINCOLN 1.80 1 4 0 82 134
29 OAK GLEN 1.80 1 4 0 67 130
29 PIKEVIEW 1.80 1 4 0 82 221
29 RIVER VIEW 1.80 1 4 0 160 204
34 MOUNT VIEW 0.00 0 4 0 20 190
34 NORTH MARION 0.00 0 4 0 53 165
34 PETERSBURG 0.00 0 4 0 25 167
34 PHILIP BARBOUR 0.00 0 5 0 72 158
34 POCA 0.00 0 5 0 48 193
34 SUMMERS COUNTY 0.00 0 5 0 87 182
34 TOLSIA 0.00 0 4 0 58 153



2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 6 - CLASS A
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 ST. MARYS 8.75 4 0 0 188 33
2 MAN 8.00 4 1 0 160 95
3 PENDLETON COUNTY 7.80 5 0 0 191 51
3 WILLIAMSTOWN 7.80 4 1 0 150 132
5 CLAY-BATTELLE 7.75 4 0 0 206 64
6 GREENBRIER WEST 7.60 4 1 0 169 85
7 BUFFALO 7.00 4 1 0 196 154
7 DODDRIDGE COUNTY 7.00 3 1 0 104 70
9 VALLEY (WETZEL) 6.75 4 0 0 171 30
10 TUG VALLEY 6.40 4 1 0 122 86
11 MOOREFIELD 6.25 3 1 0 90 61
12 MEADOW BRIDGE 6.00 4 1 0 206 60
12 WAHAMA 6.00 4 1 0 150 96
14 EAST HARDY 5.80 4 1 0 177 89
15 VALLEY (FAYETTE) 5.60 4 1 0 134 65
16 TYLER CONSOLIDATED 4.80 3 2 0 134 159
16 WHEELING CENTRAL CATHOLIC 4.80 3 2 0 129 119
18 NOTRE DAME 4.50 2 2 0 99 131
18 SOUTH HARRISON 4.50 2 2 0 112 67
20 MAGNOLIA 4.25 2 2 0 81 70
21 BISHOP DONAHUE 3.50 2 2 0 133 95
21 MADONNA 3.50 2 2 0 81 84
21 PADEN CITY 3.50 2 2 0 94 95
24 POCAHONTAS COUNTY 3.00 2 3 0 101 80
24 TUCKER COUNTY 3.00 2 3 0 96 91
26 CALHOUN COUNTY 2.80 2 3 0 118 159
26 PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC 2.80 2 3 0 98 99
28 GILMER COUNTY 2.60 2 3 0 187 188
29 FAYETTEVILLE 1.75 1 3 0 20 156
30 SHERMAN 1.60 1 4 0 123 151
31 CAMERON 1.40 1 4 0 82 146
32 RICHWOOD 1.20 1 4 0 103 145
32 VAN 1.20 1 4 0 66 172
34 HANNAN 0.00 0 3 0 32 146
34 MIDLAND TRAIL 0.00 0 5 0 45 231
34 MONTCALM 0.00 0 3 0 66 134
34 TYGARTS VALLEY 0.00 0 5 0 81 238
34 WIRT COUNTY 0.00 0 4 0 44 158

Eugene G. Frame

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Eugene G. Frame

Age 81, passed away Thursday, September 25, 2014.

Eugene was born August 04, 1933 in Tague, WV a son of the late Gordon and Iva Mitchell Frame.

He was an auto worker for General Motors in Brook Park, Ohio for over 30 years.

Eugene was a member of Hope Baptist Church, Frametown.

Eugene was also a member of NRA, the UAW Local 1250, and a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He will be remembered as an incredibly loving and gentle man.

Eugene is survived by his son, Leonard Frame; daughter, Diane (Scott) Horstman; grandchildren, Vanessa Taylor, Kyle and Joshua Frame, Chris (Haley) Horstman, and Jason and Nicole Horstman; great grandchildren, Lucas, Blake, and Holden; sister, Merceda Long.

He was preceded in death by his sister, Juanita Cook; and daughter-in-law, Kathy Frame.

Graveside service with military rites will be 11 AM Saturday, October 04, 2014 at the Frame Family Cemetery, Frametown.

Friends may call from 6 to 9 PM Friday with a time of sharing at 7 PM at the Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

The family would like to thank the staff at Elmcroft of Medina and Hospice of Medina County for their kind and compassionate care given to Eugene.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 408 9th St. SW, Canton, OH 44707.

Arrangements by Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Braxton County - 09.30.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Tina Florence Wolfenbarker
Height:5   6"
Weight:110 lbs.
Birth Date:09.08.1975
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.30.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 GRAND LARCENY



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Kelly Jo Perrine
Height:5   5"
Weight:175 lbs.
Birth Date:05.12.1982
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Victoria Lenoria Mckinney
Height:5   5"
Weight:137 lbs.
Birth Date:07.31.1982
Gender:Female
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 DOMESTIC BATTERY
DESTRUCTION/INJURY PROPERTY
DOMESTIC ASSAULT 1ST/2ND(BY THREATS)
ASSAULT
TRESPASSING



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Camden Allen Carpenter
Height:5   11"
Weight:185 lbs.
Birth Date:07.22.1984
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $7,425.00 FAM OFF FAILURE TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Timothy Lynn Claypool
Height:5   6"
Weight:160 lbs.
Birth Date:11.19.1971
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.29.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 AGGRAVATED DUI



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Edgar Gregory
Height:6   1"
Weight:220 lbs.
Birth Date:08.07.1959
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.27.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
1ST POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Terry Camden Cutlip
Height:6   1"
Weight:195 lbs.
Birth Date:08.26.1975
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.26.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $15,000.00 OBSTRUCTING
FLEEING WITH RECKLESS INDIFFERENCE
ESCAPE (ATTEMPT) OF ONE CHARGED WITH FELONY
FLEEING ON FOOT



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name:Roy Burton Lockard
Height:5   8"
Weight:169 lbs.
Birth Date:06.06.1955
Gender:Male
Booking Date:09.25.2014
Facility:Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DELIVER CONTROLED SUBSTANCE

Jack H. Harden

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Jack H. Harden

Age 72, departed this life on September 18, 2013, at United Hospital Center in Clarksburg, WV.

Jack was born on October 03, 1941 in Spring Hill, WV (Fayette County).

He was the son of the late Porter McKinley Harden and Ethel May Campbell Harden.

Jack was a handyman and worked many hours taking care of his good friends by helping with lawn care, painting, mowing, and weed eating.  He was the faithful caretaker of the Dobbins Family Cemetery in Cedarville, WV for many years.

He is survived by a sister, Helen McMullen of Gridley, CA; good friends, Herbert and Jane Frymyer of Copen, WV, Robert and Lavonne Minigh of Cedarville, WV, Diane Hacker-McCullough of Pennsboro, WV, and several nieces and nephews.

He was a quiet man who led a simple Godly life by following Colossians 3:23, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.

Jack donated his body to science in hopes of one day finding a cure for cancer.

McCullough-Rogers Funeral Home, Pennsboro assisted the family with the arrangements. 

David Charles Gross

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David Charles Gross

Age 73, of Sutton, WV went home to be with his Lord on September 28, 2014 at United Hospital Center, Clarksburg.

He was born July 31, 1941 in Sutton the son of the late Brantie & Gertrude Dilley Gross.

In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his sisters, Ruby Ware and Ruth Smallwood.

David was a Self Employed Contractor, a member of Mid State Church of God and a Navy Veteran.

He leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife, Vicki Lake Gross, sons, Michael D. Gross of Sutton, Mark A. Gross (Tina) of Irland, WV, daughter, Misty D. Staley(Chris) of Strange Creek, brothers, Paul Gross of Quaker City, OH, Elliet Gross (Nancy) of Sutton, Robert Gross of Opp, AL, Bill Gross (Frances) of Cowen, sisters, Jean McCourt of Sutton, Janice Stout (Randy) of Inverness, FL, grandchildren, Austin M. Staley, Jordan S. Staley, Dustin L. Staley, Dakota E. Staley, Ashley N. Bleigh and Bentlee P. Gross.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 PM Thursday October 2, 2014 at Greene-Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton with the Rev. Rodney England officiating.

Military Graveside Rite will follow at Barker Ridge Cemetery, Sutton with American Legion Post #33 Honor Guard.

Friends may call Wednesday October 01, 2014 from 6-8 PM at the funeral home.

Greene-Robertson Funeral Home is humbled to serve the Gross family.

Sharon Kay (Freeman) Wine

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Sharon Kay (Freeman) Wine

Age 62, of Sutton, WV went home to be with the Lord Saturday September 27, 2014 at CAMC Memorial Hospital, Charleston with her family by her side after fighting a long illness.

She was born December 11, 1951, in Sutton, to the late Odis & Maxine Jackson Freeman.

She was also preceded in death by her daughter, Karen Sue Wine.

Sharon was a life long resident of Sutton, received her Education at WV Center College in Charleston, she was retired from Braxton County Board of Education with over 30 years of service working in the Board office and later became Secretary for Braxton County Middle School.

She was a member of Sutton Baptist Church.

She enjoyed spending time with her husband, children & grandchildren, camping, traveling, cooking, attending church and watching Braxton County sports and Nascar.

She is survived by her loving husband of 43 years, Larry E. Wine, sons, Gregory Wine (Alissa) of Weston, Travis Wine of Sutton, daughter, Cindy Wyne (Jefferson) of Sutton, brother, Otis Freeman, Jr. (Kathy) of Charleston, grandchildren, Brent Wyne, Brad Wyne, Chandler Wyne, Karen Wyne, Jackson Wyne, David Wyne, Cheyanna Shipman, Dakota Shipman, Cordell Shipman, Connor Wine, Skylor Wine, and great grandchild, Alex Shipman.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 PM Wednesday October 01, 2014 at Sutton Baptist Church, Sutton with the Dr. Allan Copenhaver officiating.

Burial will follow at Braxton Memorial Cemetery, Airport Rd. Sutton.

Friends may call at the church Tuesday September 30, 2014 6-8 PM.

In lieu of flowers family suggest donations be made to: Sutton Baptist Church Kitchen Fund, 506 Main St. Sutton, WV 26601.

Greene-Robertson Funeral Home is humbled to be serving the Wine family.

WV Legislative Update: Delegate Brent Boggs - Chairman of the House Committee on Finance - 09.29.14

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I’m writing this week on Sunday evening from the Southern States Energy Board meeting in Mobile, Alabama.  As a member of the board, along with my good friends and colleagues, Senator Doug Facemire and Senator Art Kirkendoll, we’re here as representatives of the West Virginia Legislature.  Additionally, Governor Tomblin is in attendance as the incoming President of the Southern States Energy Board for 2015.

With his presiding over SSEB, we will be bringing the meeting to West Virginia next year, and with it, a perfect opportunity to highlight the increasing leadership role the Mountain State is taking in our national energy picture.  While we’ve had a definite shift in some areas from coal to natural gas, both remain critically important to our national security, improving energy independence and the opportunity to grow the export market for both commodities.  The severance taxes derived from both coal and gas remains vital to our counties, helping fund a wide range of public services.  Most of all, it’s all about jobs and the families those jobs support.

This annual meeting is much more than coal and natural gas.  It encompasses all sources of energy in each state, along with emerging technologies and new sources of energy.  Just as coal and Marcellus and Utica gas fields are important to WV, OH, and PA; likewise, states like Alabama and Mississippi have large deposits of oil sands that are yielding ever increasing amounts of crude oil.  States like South Carolina and Georgia are heavily dependent on nuclear energy.  I’m looking forward to a very informative meeting and the opportunity to share the information obtained.

After some time with family, it was back to the Capitol – railroad – home and points in between for meetings with constituents.  Jean and I enjoyed a great lunch at the Gilmer Count Senior Center last Tuesday and later a meeting with the Gilmer County chapter of WV Retired School Teachers and Employees at the Center.  I always enjoy the hospitality and enthusiasm in attending their meetings, sharing new legislative information and visiting.  Their continued care and concern for education is reflected in the large, enthusiastic turnout for the monthly meetings, as well as working on ways to assist the needs of retirees.  Thanks for having us over for the afternoon.  I’m also looking forward to meeting with the Braxton County chapter in early October.

Administrative budget hearing have begun, as agencies are coming before the Department of Revenue and the Governor’s staff to present their preliminary proposed budgets for next fiscal year that begins July 1, 2015.  While the Legislature does not have a direct role in these preliminary meetings, we are allowed to have staff attend and take notes.  This provides a valuable snapshot of the general direction the agencies are heading in their instructions by the Executive branch.  Moreover, it provides our Finance staff good information on which to plan a framework for putting together the next fiscal year’s budget.

It’s difficult to believe that October – my favorite month of the year – is already upon us.  Warm days; cool nights; windows and doors open; the grass grows slowly; the fall colors; hunting season; fishing weather; football and just a great time of bright, blue weather.  And I believe there is no better place to enjoy October than in beautiful central West Virginia.


Please send your inquiries to the Capitol Office at:  Building 1, Room 462-M, Charleston, WV 25305.  Or, call the Finance Committee office at 304.340.3230; or Jennifer McPherson at 304.340.3942; or, fax to 304.340.3388.  If you have an interest in any particular bill or issue, please let me know.  For those with Internet access, my e-mail address is: .

You may also obtain additional legislative information, including the copies of bills, conference reports, daily summaries, interim highlights, and leave me a message on the Legislature’s web site at www.legis.state.wv.us/.  When leaving a message, please remember to include your phone number with your inquiry and any details you can provide. Additional information, including agency links and the state government phone directory, may be found at www.wv.gov. Also, you may follow me on Facebook at “Brent Boggs”, Twitter at “@DelBrentBoggs” , as well as the WV Legislature’s Facebook page at “West Virginia Legislature” or on Twitter at twitter.com/wvlegislature.

Continue to remember our troops - at home and abroad - and keep them and their families in your thoughts and prayers.  Until next week – take care.

Leala Blanche James

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Leala Blanche James

Age 83, of Frametown, WV passed away September 27, 2014 at home.

She was born April 16, 1931 in Nicholas County, WV a daughter of the late Howard and Ruth Bail James.

She was a faithful member of the Frametown United Methodist Church.

She loved to crochet and made baby blankets for the W.I.C. programs. She was a member of the Christian Women in Action. She devoted her life to caring for her handicapped brother.

In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by brothers, Vernon Paul James and Roy Ellis James.

She is survived by sister, Rita Campbell of Marysville, PA; brothers, Howard Lee James at home and John Edward James of Parkersburg; several nieces and nephews.

Service will be 11 AM Wednesday, October 01, 2014 at Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway with the Rev. Johnny Conrad officiating.

Burial will be in the William James Cemetery, Leatherwood.

Friends may call from 6 to 8 PM Tuesday at the funeral home.

Arrangement by Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.

Karen Lorraine Harper Frame

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Karen Lorraine Harper Frame

went to be with the Lord on September 13, 2014.

Karen was 68 years young, and passed away with a long history of heart disease.

Karen retired from Braxton Health Care and was a supervisor of housekeeping for a period of 14 years.

Karen enjoyed and lived her days with happiness and love to all.

Karen was a very outgoing person and a devoted loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Karen has four daughters, Janelle and husband Mike Cosner, Sherri Hanks, and fiancé Roger Marks, Tammy and husband Steve Woods, and Eshia Cook. Karen also has eight grandchildren, Danielle Moore, Lee Davis, Cythanna Stout, Brittany Foster, Bethney Bailey, Lacy Cosner, Dereck Simmons and Taylor Cook. Karen also has six great grandchildren.

Karen will always be in our hearts filled with good memories, joy and love, and will always be missed.

Karen is now singing with the angels that watch over all.

James H. Harris, Sr.

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James H. Harris, Sr.

Age 87, of 8391 Herold Road, Sutton, WV passed away on Sunday, September 14, 2014 at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, WV.

He was born on May 03, 1927 in Canfield, WV and was the son of Aubrey Harris and Dorothy (Davis) Harris.

He was married to the late Louise Harris, who preceded him in death in 2012.

He is survived by sons, Jim Harris (Penny), John Harris; daughter, JoAnn Eldman (Jerry). Also surviving are grandchildren, Michael Eldman (Amy), Kevin Eldman (Ashley) Joshlyn Simpson-Harris, Tim Harris (Bobbi), Steve Harris (Kelly), and James Harris. Also surviving is brother, Kermit Harris, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

James served his Country as a member of the United States Navy and a Seabee. He enjoyed reading, gardening, hunting, fishing, and was a member of the Boilermaker Union local 908. James was capable of anything that he put his mind to.

Family received friends on Friday, September 19, 2014 from 11 AM - 1 PM at the Stockert-Paletti Funeral Home, 378 Flatwoods Corner Road, Flatwoods, WV 26621.

Funeral services followed visitation from the Stockert-Paletti Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Roby Godfrey officiating.

Interment followed services in the Braxton Cemetery.

The Stockert-Paletti Funeral Home was honored to be caring for the Harris family.

PSC Announces Public Comment Hearings on Mon Power and Potomac Edison Rate Case

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The Public Service Commission has scheduled six public comment hearings in the pending Mon Power and Potomac Edison (together FirstEnergy) Rate Case.  Those hearings will be held:

·    October 01, 2014, 1:00 PM, at the Days Inn Convention Center, Flatwoods

·    October 01, 2014, 6:00 PM, at the Days Inn Convention Center, Flatwoods

·    October 02, 2014, 1:00 PM, at the Waterfront Place Hotel, Morgantown

·    October 02, 2014, 6:00 PM, at the Waterfront Place Hotel, Morgantown

·    October 06, 2014, 1:00 PM, at the Frank Arts Center, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown

·    October 06, 2014, 6:00 PM, at the Frank Arts Center, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown

      FirstEnergy has requested a $95.7 million or 9.3%, increase of rates and charges for their West Virginia customers.

It has also requested a revision of its depreciation rates.

The Commission has set an evidentiary hearing in these matters for October 28 through November 03, 2014, in Charleston.

FirstEnergy serves approximately 523,000 customers in 37 West Virginia counties.

More information may be obtained from the PSC website: www.psc.state.wv.us by referencing Case Nos. 14-0701-E-D and 14-0702-E-42T.

Barbara Anne Clagett

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Barbara Anne Clagett

Age 63, of Sutton, WV passed away Tuesday September 16, 2014 at her residence.

She was born on April 04, 1951 in Baltimore, MD. Barbara was a Real Estate Agent and a homemaker.

Barbara was survived by her loving husband, Carroll (Buck) Clagett, son, Tommie Gilbert of Walkersville, MD, daughter, Kathy Gilbert of Walkersville, MD, sister, Shirley Davern of Cable, OH, 3 grandchildren.

Upon her request the body has been cremated.

Greene-Robertson Funeral Home is honored to be serving the Clagett family.

WVSSAC Football Rankings 2014: Week 5

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2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 5 - CLASS AAA
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 JEFFERSON 13.50 4 0 0 169 58
1 SOUTH CHARLESTON 13.50 4 0 0 216 58
3 CABELL MIDLAND 13.00 4 0 0 184 60
4 CAPITAL 12.67 3 0 0 165 45
5 POINT PLEASANT 12.50 4 0 0 207 22
6 MARTINSBURG 10.50 3 1 0 98 68
7 PARKERSBURG SOUTH 10.25 3 1 0 132 80
7 UNIVERSITY 10.25 3 1 0 79 67
9 MORGANTOWN 9.75 3 1 0 143 62
9 SPRING VALLEY 9.75 3 1 0 131 121
11 HURRICANE 9.25 3 1 0 149 70
11 LEWIS COUNTY 9.25 3 1 0 100 42
13 GEORGE WASHINGTON 9.00 3 1 0 110 96
14 WHEELING PARK 8.67 2 1 0 58 40
14 WOODROW WILSON 8.67 2 1 0 98 53
16 HUNTINGTON 7.25 2 2 0 138 93
17 JOHN MARSHALL 6.75 3 1 0 135 53
18 MUSSELMAN 6.50 2 2 0 130 107
19 BUCKHANNON-UPSHUR 6.33 2 1 0 100 45
20 PRESTON 6.25 2 2 0 86 86
20 SPRING MILLS 6.25 2 2 0 90 145
22 LOGAN 6.00 2 2 0 107 122
23 GREENBRIER EAST 5.75 2 2 0 115 137
24 PARKERSBURG 4.33 1 2 0 82 120
25 HAMPSHIRE 4.00 1 2 0 58 110
26 BROOKE 3.75 1 3 0 62 100
27 RIPLEY 3.25 1 3 0 86 141
28 ELKINS 3.00 1 2 0 104 90
28 NITRO 3.00 1 2 0 68 141
28 PRINCETON 3.00 1 3 0 96 124
28 WASHINGTON 3.00 1 3 0 73 143
28 WINFIELD 3.00 1 3 0 41 130
33 SHADY SPRING 2.75 1 3 0 73 142
34 HEDGESVILLE 0.00 0 4 0 66 203
34 LINCOLN COUNTY 0.00 0 4 0 34 173
34 OAK HILL 0.00 0 3 0 50 105
34 RIVERSIDE 0.00 0 4 0 25 212
34 ST. ALBANS 0.00 0 3 0 46 125



2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 5 - CLASS AA
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 BLUEFIELD 11.33 3 0 0 167 97
2 SCOTT 11.00 4 0 0 121 54
3 MINGO CENTRAL 10.00 4 0 0 172 79
4 RAVENSWOOD 9.67 3 0 0 138 65
5 FRANKFORT 9.50 4 0 0 146 61
6 BRIDGEPORT 9.25 3 1 0 93 35
7 RITCHIE COUNTY 8.00 3 1 0 109 93
8 WESTSIDE 7.75 3 1 0 108 124
9 CLAY COUNTY 7.50 3 1 0 35 35
9 KEYSER 7.50 3 1 0 166 84
11 HERBERT HOOVER 7.25 3 1 0 158 90
11 LIBERTY (HARRISON) 7.25 3 1 0 113 73
13 LIBERTY (RALEIGH) 7.00 3 1 0 138 67
14 WEIR 6.75 3 1 0 115 80
15 GRAFTON 6.50 3 1 0 156 100
16 JAMES MONROE 6.33 2 1 0 113 48
16 NICHOLAS COUNTY 6.33 2 1 0 86 39
16 WAYNE 6.33 2 1 0 74 70
19 INDEPENDENCE 6.25 3 1 0 128 41
20 FAIRMONT SENIOR 5.75 2 2 0 75 76
20 ROBERT C. BYRD 5.75 2 2 0 102 80
22 BRAXTON COUNTY 4.75 2 2 0 52 90
23 WEBSTER COUNTY 4.00 2 2 0 104 157
24 EAST FAIRMONT 2.50 1 3 0 73 152
24 ROANE COUNTY 2.50 1 3 0 80 81
24 SISSONVILLE 2.50 1 3 0 90 83
27 CHAPMANVILLE 2.25 1 3 0 92 130
27 LINCOLN 2.25 1 3 0 63 90
27 OAK GLEN 2.25 1 3 0 47 102
27 PIKEVIEW 2.25 1 3 0 68 166
27 RIVER VIEW 2.25 1 3 0 146 170
27 WYOMING EAST 2.25 1 3 0 97 99
33 BERKELEY SPRINGS 0.00 0 4 0 52 187
33 MOUNT VIEW 0.00 0 4 0 20 190
33 NORTH MARION 0.00 0 3 0 34 123
33 PETERSBURG 0.00 0 3 0 25 111
33 PHILIP BARBOUR 0.00 0 4 0 58 137
33 POCA 0.00 0 4 0 48 141
33 SUMMERS COUNTY 0.00 0 4 0 69 132
33 TOLSIA 0.00 0 3 0 32 121



2014 WVSSAC FOOTBALL RANKINGS – WEEK 5 - CLASS A
Rank School Rating Won Lost Tied Total
Scored
Total
Allowed
1 WILLIAMSTOWN 9.50 4 0 0 130 72
2 ST. MARYS 8.50 4 0 0 188 33
3 MAN 8.25 3 1 0 132 95
4 CLAY-BATTELLE 7.00 3 0 0 143 50
4 MEADOW BRIDGE 7.00 4 0 0 190 28
4 PENDLETON COUNTY 7.00 4 0 0 159 35
7 BUFFALO 6.75 3 1 0 127 102
7 GREENBRIER WEST 6.75 3 1 0 119 67
9 VALLEY (WETZEL) 6.67 3 0 0 97 30
10 MOOREFIELD 5.75 3 1 0 90 61
10 WAHAMA 5.75 3 1 0 110 82
12 EAST HARDY 5.50 3 1 0 117 61
13 MAGNOLIA 5.33 2 1 0 74 62
14 TUG VALLEY 5.25 3 1 0 90 60
15 DODDRIDGE COUNTY 5.00 2 1 0 84 56
15 VALLEY (FAYETTE) 5.00 3 1 0 114 59
17 TYLER CONSOLIDATED 3.75 2 2 0 100 136
18 BISHOP DONAHUE 3.50 2 2 0 133 95
18 CALHOUN COUNTY 3.50 2 2 0 95 125
18 WHEELING CENTRAL CATHOLIC 3.50 2 2 0 121 112
21 GILMER COUNTY 3.25 2 2 0 135 119
21 PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC 3.25 2 2 0 92 79
23 NOTRE DAME 2.67 1 2 0 65 117
23 SOUTH HARRISON 2.67 1 2 0 68 48
25 FAYETTEVILLE 2.33 1 2 0 20 128
25 MADONNA 2.33 1 2 0 68 78
25 PADEN CITY 2.33 1 2 0 48 75
28 SHERMAN 2.00 1 3 0 117 111
29 CAMERON 1.75 1 3 0 76 133
29 POCAHONTAS COUNTY 1.75 1 3 0 53 67
31 RICHWOOD 1.50 1 3 0 90 97
31 TUCKER COUNTY 1.50 1 3 0 75 77
33 HANNAN 0.00 0 2 0 32 72
33 MIDLAND TRAIL 0.00 0 4 0 24 189
33 MONTCALM 0.00 0 2 0 38 92
33 TYGARTS VALLEY 0.00 0 4 0 53 178
33 VAN 0.00 0 4 0 22 151
33 WIRT COUNTY 0.00 0 4 0 44 158

Wayne Franklin Blake

The Gilmer Free Press

Wayne Franklin Blake

Age 93, of McGuire Park Community, Weston, WV passed away at 11:30 PM on Monday, September 22, 2014 in the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston. He had been blessed with a long, active life and he made the most of every minute of it.

He was born in Orlando, Braxton County, WV on February 23, 1921 a son of the late Marion John Blake and Charlotte Ethel Skinner Blake.

On May 05, 1950 he married the former JoAnn Skinner who survives and they celebrated 64 years of marriage together.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters: Debbie Helmick and husband Rex and Loretta J. Blake, all of Weston; one grandson, Clinton Adam Helmick, Weston; three great grandchildren: Brayden, Bailey, and Brynlee Helmick; two brothers: Faye Blake and wife Thelma Jean of Berlin and Charlie Blake and wife Martina of Horner; two sisters: Opal Hall of Weston and Nina Hardman of Horner.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one son John Wayne Blake, six brothers: Lide Lee, Cecil Burton, Doc, Bud, Pat and Francis Blake; and three sisters: Catherine Gould, Edna Ware and Goldie Rogers.

Wayne was an honored veteran of WWII serving with the US Army. He retired from the Lewis County Board of Education as a school bus driver with 42 years of service. He was a member of the C.C.C., the East Lewis Lions Club, the Stonecoal United Methodist Church, and he attended the Georgetown Community Church. He enjoyed fishing, camping, gardening, clogging, and bowling. He had been an avid St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan since 1934. He especially enjoyed spending time with his grandson and great grandchildren, who were the light of his life.

Friends and family will gather at the Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service at 144 Hackers Creek Road, Jane Lew, Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 2 to 8 PM.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM Friday from the Pat Boyle Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Adam Burkhammer and Reverend Jay Burkhart officiating.

Interment will follow in the Miller Cemetery at Horner.

Full military honors will be accorded by the Lewis County Honor Guard and the U.S. Army.

The Pat Boyle Funeral Home and Cremation Service is honored and privileged to serve the family of Wayne Franklin Blake.

Eunice “Jane” Wilson Martin

The Gilmer Free Press

Eunice “Jane” Wilson Martin

Age 73, a resident of Parsons, WV passed from this life Sunday, September 21, 2014, at her home. She had been in her usual health, and death was unexpected.

Jane was born Saturday, August 02, 1941, in Randolph County, a daughter of the late Willard Clarence Wilson and Sarah Eleanor Hornbeck Wilson.

In November of 1961, she married Bernard Roger Martin, who preceded her in death in July of 1994.

Left to cherish Jane’s memory are her three children, Mark Kevin Martin and wife, Donna, of Carthage, NY, Michael Keith Martin and companion, Kellie Flynn, and Crystal Leigh Martin and companion, Tim Myers, all of Parsons; four grandchildren, Sarah Ashley Martin of New York, Callie Mariah Simms of Gassaway, WV; Benjamin Roger Martin of New York, and Emilie Michala Martin of Glenville, WV; one sister, Barbara Kay Alkire and husband, Daris, of Parsons; and two nephews, JD Alkire and wife, Ruth, of Parsons and Eric Alkire and wife, Michelle, of Harrison County.

Jane was preceded in death by one infant sister, Laura Wilson.

Jane was a graduate of Parsons High School with the class of 1959. She had worked at the Parsons Woolen Mill, Shirley’s Restaurant, Steven’s Florist and for many years, at Jim Propst’s Store. She had served as the president of the Parsons Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary during the time her husband, Bernie, was the fire chief. Jane had enjoyed needlepoint and cross stitch. She was known for her “big heart” in caring for others, especially concerning area children. One of her favorite past times was her shopping trips with her best friend, Jeanie Ledden.

She had been a member of St. John’s United Methodist Church.

Visitation will be conducted at Summerfield Funeral Home in Parsons Wednesday from 5-8 PM.

Funeral services will be conducted from the funeral home chapel Thursday, September 25, at 11 AM.

Interment will follow in Bethel Cemetery at Holly Meadows.

The Summerfield Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements for Eunice “Jane” Wilson Martin.

G-otcha™: Regional Jails - Braxton County - 09.23.14

Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: David Walis Sites
Height: 6   1"
Weight: 175 lbs.
Birth Date: 05.26.1979
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.22.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 DUI
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Shane Curtis Winebrenner
Height: 6   1"
Weight: 190 lbs.
Birth Date: 05.09.1976
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.20.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 DELIVERY SCHEDULE IV CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Dylan Lamar Stalnaker
Height: 5   10"
Weight: 165 lbs.
Birth Date: 07.03.1983
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.18.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $35,000.00 NO INSURANCE
IMPROPER/EXPIRED REGISTRATION
NO INSPECTION-NO MVI
DUI (2ND OFFENSE)
3RD LICENSE SUSPEND/ REVOKED FOR DUI



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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Shawn Wesley Jarvis
Height: 5   10"
Weight: 180 lbs.
Birth Date: 03.09.1979
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.17.2014
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info NumberIssuing Agency LocationCharge(s)
Braxton County - Bail: $0.00 WEA-BRANDISHING
DOMESTIC BATTERY 3RD OFFENSE THIRD



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Minnie Belle “Sis” Conrad

The Gilmer Free Press

Minnie Belle “Sis” Conrad

Age 89, passed away on September 21, 2014.

She was born on May 17, 1925.

Minnie was the daughter of the late Lucy A. Allen and James A. Young. She was preceded in death by her husband of 70 years, Roy “Budge” Conrad, who she married on Good Friday, April 10, 1941.

Minnie was also preceded in death by brother, Harold Ratliff; sister, Susie O’Dell; son in law, Norman “Jack” Toms; great-granddaughter, Sierra Chevelle Cayton. Surviving are children, Shirley Y. Toms of Covesville, VA; Donnie E. Conrad (Phyllis) of Dale City, VA; Rodney Conrad (Becky) of Bridgeport, WV. Also surviving are Grandchildren, Jeffery F. Cayton (Brenda) of Napier, WV; Jennifer Conrad Inge (Kevin) of Woodbridge, VA; Jeffrey B. Conrad of Dale City, VA; Norman Wayne Toms (Joyce); Deborah Toms Helm (Chris); Mark Toms (Monica); Great grandchildren, Elijah F. Cayton (Melanie) of Napier, WV; Carrie J. Cayton and Matthew Clevinger of Morgantown, WV; Madison Grace Inge of Woodbridge, VA; Brandy Mayle, Brittany Toms, Robbie Toms, and Austin Toms; Great-great grandchildren, Cheyenne Jones and Caylea Cayton of Napier WV and Koby Mayle and Tyson Mayle; Sisters Ruby Wine Verdine of Youngstown, OH, Erless Conley of Orlando, WV and Donna Solano of Leivasy, WV; Brothers, Stanton Young (Pat) of Mt. Nebo, WV and Roger Young (Ann) of Leivasy, WV and numerous nieces and nephews.

Sis worked at the Napier Post Office. She had served as Sunday School Teacher, Superintendent and Treasurer of the Napier United Methodist Church, and was also affiliated with Wings of Faith Prayer Group. She was a homemaker, wife, and mother, and over the years had opened her home for those that needed care or a place to stay.

Family will receive friends on Wednesday September 24, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Stockert-Paletti Funeral Home, 378 Flatwoods Corner Drive, Flatwoods, WV 26621.

Funeral services will be follow at 1:00 PM from the Stockert-Paletti Funeral Home Chapel with Delmas Singleton officiating.

Interment will follow services at the Little Kanawha Memorial Gardens.

The family would like to thank the staff of Meadowview Manor and the dedicated in-home care providers who cared for Budge and Sis when they required assistance.

The Stockert-Paletti Funeral Home of Flatwoods will be caring for the Conrad family.

Gilmer County Family Court Report – 09.17.14

The Gilmer Free Press

On Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Family Court Judge Larry Whited held Court in Gilmer County.


Two divorces were granted as follows:


•  Wendy Jamison (31) of Gassaway, WV divorced Rocky Jamison (58) of Sand Fork, WV.


•  Mary Shaffer (27) of Elizabeth, WV divorced Geoffrey Shaffer (32) of Big Bend, WV.


•  One divorce was continued.


•  One domestic violence was granted and completed.

WV Legislative Update: Delegate Brent Boggs - Chairman of the House Committee on Finance - 09.22.14

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When it comes to keeping in touch with family, talking on the phone is great and doing live video via Facetime is even better.  But nothing takes the place of spending some quality – albeit brief – in person with the kids, grandkids and family.  A few days ago, Jean and I made a quick trip south and while there, were able to have an early 7th birthday celebration for Gavin.  Jean also was able to spend a couple days with her mom and also visit with her brother, both of whom live in the Charleston, SC area.  I know Jessica and the boys are happy to have family leaving within a few miles of their Mt. Pleasant home.  We hoped to see Gavin’s play in his football game, but 6 inches of rain over 24 hours before the game put the kibosh on using a natural turf field.  Regardless, we enjoyed a nice visit, despite the long trip.  Staying engaged with the family is well worth the extra effort and long drive.

By now, Governor Tomblin’s legal team has determined that he can administratively fix the flaws in the storage tank legislation, with a permanent fix coming during the 2015 regular session.  While nearly everyone was convinced he would call a session, in the end his concerns over calling the Legislature in without an agreed-to bill that may have taken several days or longer with no real guarantee of getting everyone on-board.  I believe we could have taken care of the bill during the three-day interim meetings at no additional expense to the State, but that’s the Governor’s decision.

Concurrently, I had also requested the Governor include the fetal pain bill on a special call – or at the very least, propose a tight call with a 24 week ban that he indicated he could support and sign.  Again, without an agreement going in, he seems reluctant for the same aforementioned reasons.  Additionally, he’s convinced that the constitutionality of the 20 week bill is in serious question.  I voted for and supported the 20 week bill.

The key difference is that when called in by the Governor, he sets the agenda; nothing else can be added by the Legislature.  While there is nothing that requires passage by a bill the Governor proposes in special session, he can likewise shut it down and end the session by executive order.

Not so if the Legislature gets sufficient numbers of House and Senate members to call ourselves into session.  Unfortunately, there is no limit as to what can be introduced, or how long we are in session.  In that instance, the Governor does not have a say in what is on the agenda; its wide open and you can bet that dozens of bills that did not make it during the regular session would be on the agenda with no timeframe for ending the session.

I’ve discussed this with many individuals and they share my belief that the public would take an extremely dim view of calling ourselves into session with an unlimited agenda and no specific time frame in which to operate.

And, with the Governor already saying he’d veto the 20 week bill if we passed it again, staying in session for a veto override and the subsequent court challenge could likely run into months or even years with a six or seven digit legal bill.  So, until the regular session begins, out best hope to provide some protection for the unborn is to find a compromise between proponents and the Governor.  I still believe that some protection afforded today and working toward more moving forward is the preferred and most effective course of action.

Finally, with the weather cooling down and fall just around the corner, hunting season is here.  Always consult the DNR regs for details, bag limits, etc.  Most importantly, exercise caution in the woods and look out for others so everyone can make it home safely to hunt another day.

Please send your inquiries to the Capitol Office at:  Building 1, Room 462-M, Charleston, WV 25305.  Or, call the Finance Committee office at 304.340.3230; or Jennifer McPherson at 304.340.3942; or, fax to 304.340.3388.  If you have an interest in any particular bill or issue, please let me know.  For those with Internet access, my e-mail address is: .

You may also obtain additional legislative information, including the copies of bills, conference reports, daily summaries, interim highlights, and leave me a message on the Legislature’s web site at www.legis.state.wv.us/.  When leaving a message, please remember to include your phone number with your inquiry and any details you can provide. Additional information, including agency links and the state government phone directory, may be found at www.wv.gov. Also, you may follow me on Facebook at “Brent Boggs”, Twitter at “@DelBrentBoggs” , as well as the WV Legislature’s Facebook page at “West Virginia Legislature” or on Twitter at twitter.com/wvlegislature.

Continue to remember our troops - at home and abroad - and keep them and their families in your thoughts and prayers.  Until next week – take care.

High School Cross Country 2014: Doddridge Invitational - Girls

The Gilmer Free Press
Doddridge Invitational
Doddridge County Park
09.16.14
Girls Results

 
Girls 5k Run CC Varsity
=======================================================================          
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points          
=======================================================================          
  1 Kierra Hodge               9 Philip Barbour        21:39.08    1             
  2 Alicia Parsons            10 Grafton               22:01.04    2             
  3 Amanda Reynolds            9 Tyler Consol          22:10.58    3             
  4 Hannah Ramirez            11 Liberty High School   22:19.02                  
  5 Olga Hawranick             9 East Fairmont HS      22:24.07    4             
  6 Kasey McNamara             9 Williamstown          22:35.90    5             
  7 Taylor Trowbridge         10 North Marion          22:42.61    6             
  8 Felicity Nolder           12 Oak Glen Hig          22:55.27    7             
  9 Kate Golinsky             11 Braxton Coun          22:56.47    8             
 10 Jessica Melvin             9 Philip Barbour        22:58.70    9             
 11 Brianna Williams          10 Philip Barbour        22:59.21   10             
 12 Bailey Baker              10 East Fairmont HS      23:13.62   11             
 13 Jennifer Herron           12 Lincoln High School   23:26.00                  
 14 Emma Eickleberry           9 North Marion          23:29.91   12             
 15 Madison Mullenax          11 Tucker Co. High       23:30.25                  
 16 Hallie Williams           11 Buckhannon-U          23:31.04   13             
 17 Alex Gorrell              12 St. Marys High        23:32.35   14             
 18 Cara Kirk                 10 Philip Barbour        23:32.92   15             
 19 Kayla Hizer               12 Paden City H          23:33.21                  
 20 Tiara Hunter              11 Braxton Coun          23:42.60   16             
 21 Amber Watson              11 Tyler Consol          23:43.16   17             
 22 Bethany McPherson          9 East Fairmont HS      23:44.31   18             
 23 Abby Charles              10 Doddridge Co          23:49.65   19             
 24 Allie Robinson            12 Williamstown          23:51.95   20             
 25 Logan Frame               12 Braxton Coun          23:58.32   21             
 26 Hannah Louzy               9 Grafton               24:10.62   22             
 27 Megan Carder              10 Doddridge Co          24:12.32   23             
 28 Abigail Griffin            9 Lincoln High School   24:14.58                  
 29 Courtney King             11 Webster Coun          24:24.73                  
 30 Gracie James               9 Doddridge Co          24:29.99   24             
 31 Hayley Barr                9 Clay-Battelle         24:33.14                  
 32 Alexis Leggett            10 Doddridge Co          24:36.55   25             
 33 Leah Michael               9 North Marion          24:36.91   26             
 34 Rachel Rogers             11 Notre Dame H          24:40.01                  
 35 Madison Riley             10 Liberty High School   24:41.75                  
 36 Megan Russell             12 Buckhannon-U          24:43.05   27             
 37 Kelsie Drennen             9 Fairmont Sen          24:50.25                  
 38 Sarah Settle              12 Williamstown          24:50.94   28             
 39 Abby Cowher               10 Weir High School      24:53.73   29             
 40 Olivia Arneault            9 Oak Glen Hig          24:54.01   30             
 41 Emmy Severs                9 Oak Glen Hig          24:54.28   31             
 42 McKenzie Newton            9 Doddridge Co          24:55.42   32             
 43 Madison Reall             10 Tucker Co. High       24:58.91                  
 44 Taylor Mace               12 Ritchie Coun          25:01.56                  
 45 Savanah Ferguson          10 Doddridge Co          25:04.43   33             
 46 Emily Hayhurst            12 Lincoln High School   25:04.81                  
 47 Laura Dean                11 Buckhannon-U          25:13.01   34             
 48 Hannah Coulson             9 East Fairmont HS      25:16.84   35             
 49 Kylie Woodford            11 Grafton               25:17.15   36             
 50 Sierra King               10 Webster Coun          25:18.90                  
 51 Toni Powell               11 Oak Glen Hig          25:26.01   37             
 52 Caitlyn McCurdy            9 Cameron High School   25:37.06   38             
 53 Charlotte Gray            12 Williamstown          25:43.09   39             
 54 Ryan Wilson                9 St. Marys High        25:46.76   40             
 55 Sophia Cox                 9 Williamstown          25:48.83   41             
 56 Haley Truman              12 Philip Barbour        25:50.99   42             
 57 Marisa Gogan              12 Tyler Consol          25:51.32   43             
 58 Gillian Ross              12 Buckhannon-U          26:02.10   44             
 59 Allyssa Kern              11 Williamstown          26:02.50   45             
 60 Courtney Walker            9 Cameron High School   26:02.87   46             
 61 Bethany McPherson         12 Fairmont Sen          26:09.19                  
 62 Jensen James              11 Cameron High School   26:12.03   47             
 63 Kaitlin Swick              9 Philip Barbour        26:12.77   48             
 64 Emily Maddow              10 North Marion          26:13.98   49             
 65 Haley Stephenson          11 Doddridge Co          26:14.34   50             
 66 Emily Meeks                9 St. Marys High        26:14.67   51             
 67 Hannah Pride              10 East Fairmont HS      26:18.65   52             
 68 Rena Reid                 11 Cameron High School   26:23.24   53             
 69 Michelle Spears           11 Clay-Battelle         26:23.66                  
 70 Tristen Furby             10 Philip Barbour        26:24.01   54             
 71 Orwig Katie                9 Buckhannon-U          26:31.59   55             
 72 Sydney Wise                9 East Fairmont HS      26:49.20   56             
 73 Victoria Anderson         12 Paden City H          26:50.17                  
 74 Lizzy Floyd               11 Buckhannon-U          27:05.66   57             
 75 Kylee Buzzard             10 St. Marys High        27:08.14   58             
 76 Jenna White               10 Tucker Co. High       27:13.91                  
 77 Taylor Hammond            11 Ritchie Coun          27:16.31                  
 78 Julia Cutright            10 Buckhannon-U          27:27.68   59             
 79 Tylyn Asterino             9 East Fairmont HS      27:29.83   60             
 80 Tori Fryer                11 Oak Glen Hig          27:31.79   61             
 81 Kendra Garvin             10 Doddridge Co          27:36.22                  
 82 Tristen Brown             10 Braxton Coun          27:37.15   62             
 83 Hannah Kopshina            9 Ritchie Coun          27:37.70                  
 84 Sydney Sponaugle           9 North Marion          27:43.36   63             
 85 Allison McAllister         9 Liberty High School   27:47.24                  
 86 Janessa Adams             12 Ritchie Coun          27:50.71                  
 87 Monica Miller             12 Grafton               27:51.99   64             
 88 Nicoletta Bonazzo         10 Braxton Coun          27:59.83   65             
 89 Brianna Logston           12 Oak Glen Hig          28:03.24   66             
 90 Jenna Burnett             11 Philip Barbour        28:15.89                  
 91 Mackenzie Bosley          12 Buckhannon-U          28:31.40                  
 92 Caroline Lestitian         9 Wheeling Cen          28:37.65   67             
 93 Mariah Stansberry         10 Williamstown          28:46.31   68             
 94 Kaley Strauss             10 Williamstown          28:53.42                  
 95 Loren Fulks                9 Williamstown          28:57.00                  
 96 Erikka Davis              11 Cameron High School   29:05.78   69             
 97 Samantha Calhoun          12 Weir High School      29:14.23   70             
 98 Samantha LaBelle          11 Wheeling Cen          29:21.59   71             
 99 Mikayla Wilson            10 Weir High School      29:23.94   72             
100 Kaylee Hulin               9 Tyler Consol          29:24.65   73             
101 Madison Loughridge        10 Webster Coun          29:31.57                  
102 Emily Smith                9 Grafton               29:37.63   74             
103 Alyson Snow               12 Oak Glen Hig          29:46.21   75             
104 Haley Freeze               9 Grafton               29:54.42   76             
105 Haley Mancino             10 Philip Barbour        29:55.27                  
106 Lauryn Jarvis              9 Braxton Coun          30:06.04   77             
107 Renee Fisher              12 Roane County High     30:14.59                  
108 Margaret Budik            12 Weir High School      30:22.09   78             
109 Cheyenne Bolden           10 Liberty High School   30:23.16                  
110 Hayley Miller             10 Philip Barbour        30:31.09                  
111 Asharay Smith             11 Weir High School      30:34.52   79             
112 Alyssa Hopkins             9 East Fairmont HS      30:40.89                  
113 Brittany Casto            10 Buckhannon-U          30:42.84                  
114 Katelyn Shaffer           11 North Marion          30:48.26   80             
115 Megan Sole                 9 Tyler Consol          30:48.64   81             
116 Claire Dieffenbaugher      9 Wheeling Cen          30:51.84   82             
117 Sinead Tobin              10 Fairmont Sen          30:54.50                  
118 Mista Smarr                9 Doddridge Co          31:01.57                  
119 Giovanna Pennesi          10 Roane County High     31:29.06                  
120 Marissa Saltis            12 Grafton               31:44.76   83             
121 Miranda Koch               9 Fairmont Sen          31:47.12                  
122 Shelby Gatian             10 Paden City H          32:06.85                  
123 Megan Keener              11 North Marion          32:26.31   84             
124 Madi Sandridge            11 Philip Barbour        32:37.58                  
125 Mara Eisenbarth            9 St. Marys High        33:20.90   85             
126 Mikayla Toney              9 Calhoun High          33:36.86                  
127 Kelcie Metz               10 Roane County High     34:13.31                  
128 Kaylee Coble              11 Oak Glen Hig          34:18.16                  
129 Abby Crago                11 Weir High School      34:25.56   86             
130 Mackenzie Mayhew           9 Oak Glen Hig          34:37.77                  
131 Erica Anderson             9 South Harrison High   34:51.51                  
132 Erin Huffman               9 Lincoln High School   34:56.69                  
133 Madison Taylor            11 Wheeling Cen          35:27.21   87             
134 Sydney Eddy                9 East Fairmont HS      35:28.92                  
135 Damara Winfrey            11 Tyler Consol          35:34.87   88             
136 Jocie Humpe               12 Wheeling Cen          35:42.19   89             
137 Chelsea Dennis            11 Paden City H          36:14.03                  
138 Kat Wilson                11 Buckhannon-U          36:42.28                  
139 Kashmir Vancharese        11 Weir High School      37:48.69   90             
140 Kathern Keith             11 Gilmer Count          39:24.39                  
141 Samantha Maidens          10 St. Marys High        46:40.71   91             
142 Shawna Frazier            11 Webster Coun          54:47.27                  
                                                                                 
                                   Team Scores                                   
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Rank Team                      Total    1    2    3    4    5   *6   *7   *8   *9
=================================================================================
   1 Philip Barbour               77    1    9   10   15   42   48   54          
      Total Time:  1:57:00.90                                                    
         Average:    23:24.18                                                    
   2 East Fairmont HS            120    4   11   18   35   52   56   60          
      Total Time:  2:00:57.49                                                    
         Average:    24:11.50                                                    
   3 Doddridge County High Sch   123   19   23   24   25   32   33   50          
      Total Time:  2:02:03.93                                                    
         Average:    24:24.79                                                    
   4 Williamstown High School    133    5   20   28   39   41   45   68          
      Total Time:  2:02:50.71                                                    
         Average:    24:34.15                                                    
   5 North Marion High School    156    6   12   26   49   63   80   84          
      Total Time:  2:04:46.77                                                    
         Average:    24:57.36                                                    
   6 Oak Glen High School        166    7   30   31   37   61   66   75          
      Total Time:  2:05:41.36                                                    
         Average:    25:08.28                                                    
   7 Braxton County High Schoo   172    8   16   21   62   65   77               
      Total Time:  2:06:14.37                                                    
         Average:    25:14.88                                                    
   8 Buckhannon-Upshur High Sc   173   13   27   34   44   55   57   59          
      Total Time:  2:06:00.79                                                    
         Average:    25:12.16                                                    
   9 Grafton                     198    2   22   36   64   74   76   83          
      Total Time:  2:08:58.43                                                    
         Average:    25:47.69                                                    
  10 Tyler Consolidated High/M   217    3   17   43   73   81   88               
      Total Time:  2:11:58.35                                                    
         Average:    26:23.67                                                    
  11 St. Marys High              248   14   40   51   58   85   91               
      Total Time:  2:16:02.82                                                    
         Average:    27:12.57                                                    
  12 Cameron High School         253   38   46   47   53   69                    
      Total Time:  2:13:20.98                                                    
         Average:    26:40.20                                                    
  13 Weir High School            328   29   70   72   78   79   86   90          
      Total Time:  2:24:28.51                                                    
         Average:    28:53.71                                                    
  14 Wheeling Central Catholic   396   67   71   82   87   89                    
      Total Time:  2:40:00.48                                                    
         Average:    32:00.10                                                    

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