Published On: Wed, Feb 15th, 2017

Student athletes score big at middle school tournament

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The Green Bank Elementary-Middle School Lady Eagles won the annual middle school tournament last week at Pocahontas County High School. The team, from left: coach Jimmy Vandevender, Talisa Arbogast, Grace Beverage, Melinda Beverage, Cheylin Woodruff, Makayla Vandevender, Kiara Davis, Destiny Vandevender, Kierstin Taylor, Taylor Alderman, Sienna Bircher, Kelsi Taylor, Emma Riffe, Katlyn Simmons, coach Crystal McCarty, Makalya Ervine, Joslyn Simmons and Priscilla Perera. B. Nottingham photos

The Green Bank Elementary-Middle School Lady Eagles won the annual middle school tournament last week at Pocahontas County High School. The team, from left: coach Jimmy Vandevender, Talisa Arbogast, Grace Beverage, Melinda Beverage, Cheylin Woodruff, Makayla Vandevender, Kiara Davis, Destiny Vandevender, Kierstin Taylor, Taylor Alderman, Sienna Bircher, Kelsi Taylor, Emma Riffe, Katlyn Simmons, coach Crystal McCarty, Makalya Ervine, Joslyn Simmons and Priscilla Perera. B. Nottingham photos

The Marlinton Middle School Lady Copperheads won the academic trophy at the middle school tournament. From left: Kassidy Long, Emily Henderson, Alyson Alderman, Autumn Lane, Breanna Sharp, Josey Duncan, Michelle Yingling, Tessa Kiner, Chloe Hardesty, Cassidy Hardesty, Savannah McMillion, Makenzie Moyers, Joni Barlow, Lillian Stephens, Eden Lester, Jazzlyn Teter and Sydney Puffenbarger.

The Marlinton Middle School Lady Copperheads won the academic trophy at the middle school tournament. From left: Kassidy Long, Emily Henderson, Alyson Alderman, Autumn Lane, Breanna Sharp, Josey Duncan, Michelle Yingling, Tessa Kiner, Chloe Hardesty, Cassidy Hardesty, Savannah McMillion, Makenzie Moyers, Joni Barlow, Lillian Stephens, Eden Lester, Jazzlyn Teter and Sydney Puffenbarger.

The Marlinton Middle School Copperheads won the middle school tournament. The team, front row, from left: Glenn Wilt, Frankie Burgess, Ben Dunz, Brandon Burns, Hadden Mick and Conner Spencer. Second row, from left: coach Mike Burns, Jarrett Lucabaugh, T.D. Sparks, Jacob Davis, Keaton Baldwin, coach Stephen Mick, Jesse Bostic, Brandon Price, Braedan Hayhurst and coach David Moore.

The Marlinton Middle School Copperheads won the middle school tournament. The team, front row, from left: Glenn Wilt, Frankie Burgess, Ben Dunz, Brandon Burns, Hadden Mick and Conner Spencer. Second row, from left: coach Mike Burns, Jarrett Lucabaugh, T.D. Sparks, Jacob Davis, Keaton Baldwin, coach Stephen Mick, Jesse Bostic, Brandon Price, Braedan Hayhurst and coach David Moore.

The Green Bank Elementary-Middle School Eagles won the academic trophy. The team, from left: Kolby Friel, Connor Taylor, coach Derek Taylor, Gage Wilson, Jax Osborne, Alan Gibson, Hunter Curran, Michael Kane, Jamie Vandevender, Nacota Smith, Seth Day, Sean Beverage, Bryson Cassell, Kyle Wayne, Josten Moyers, Austin Morgan and coach Chasity Taylor.

The Green Bank Elementary-Middle School Eagles won the academic trophy. The team, from left: Kolby Friel, Connor Taylor, coach Derek Taylor, Gage Wilson, Jax Osborne, Alan Gibson, Hunter Curran, Michael Kane, Jamie Vandevender, Nacota Smith, Seth Day, Sean Beverage, Bryson Cassell, Kyle Wayne, Josten Moyers, Austin Morgan and coach Chasity Taylor.

Making the all-county team, from left: Eagles Bryson Cassell and Seth Day, and Copperheads Keaton Baldwin, Jacob Davis and Hadden Mick.

Making the all-county team, from left: Eagles Bryson Cassell and Seth Day, and Copperheads Keaton Baldwin, Jacob Davis and Hadden Mick.

The girls all-county team, from left: Lady Copperheads Savannah McMillion and Tessa Kiner, and Lady Eagles Destiny Vandevender, Kierstin Taylor and Taylor Alderman.

The girls all-county team, from left: Lady Copperheads Savannah McMillion and Tessa Kiner, and Lady Eagles Destiny Vandevender, Kierstin Taylor and Taylor Alderman.

All-county cheerleaders, l to r: Kinley Taylor, Rachell Burns and Haley Spencer.

All-county cheerleaders, l to r: Kinley Taylor, Rachell Burns and Haley Spencer.

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