(304) 257-1844



 November 14th

SCRATCH: High game: Dee Anna McDonald 211, Kathy Vance 175 and Helen Bell 172. High series: Dee Anna McDonald 544, Kathy Vance 446 and Kristi Weasenforth 413.

HANDICAP: High game: Dee Anna McDonald 235, Helen Bell 232 and Kathy Vance 215. High Series: Dee Ana McDonald 616, Kristi Weasenforth 569 and Kathy Vance 566.



November 15th

TEAM STANDINGS: Vetter’s Guns & Ammo 34-18, Strike Force 34-18, WELD 31-21, Terminators 29-23, Empire Strikes 22-30, Split Happens 21.5-30.5, Country Cars & Trucks 21-31, and Lucky Strikes 15.5-36.5

MEN: SCRATCH: HIGH GAME: Larry Ware 278, Tyler Halterman 256, Jon Hedrick 256 and Terry Wratchford 245. HIGH SERIES: Larry Ware 702, Terry Wratchford 674, Jon Hedrick 666 and Richie Burgess 626.

HANDICAP: HIGH GAME: Larry Ware 306, Tyler Halterman 279, Jon Hedrick 268 and Terry Wratchford 250. HIGH SERIES: Larry Ware 786, Jon Hedrick 702, Terry Wratchford 689 and Tyler Halterman 675. HIGH AVERAGE: Terry Wratchford 213.97, Jon Hedrick 206.03, Troy McGreevy 201.81 and Richie Burgess 200.41.

WOMEN: SCRATCH: HIGH GAME: Denise Mc- Greevy 203, Sarah Earle 180, Emily Stark 178 and Dee Anna McDonald 176. HIGH SERIES: Denise McGreevy 526, Sarah Earle 517, Dee Anna McDonald 490 and Emily Stark 476.

HANDICAP: HIGH GAME: Denise McGreevy 251, Teresa Sullivan 230, Shalee Vance 229 and Emily Stark 225. HIGH SERIES: Denise McGreevy 670, Teresa Sullivan 647, Shalee Vance 623 and Emily Stark 617. HIGH AVERAGE: Dee Anna McDonald 177.67, Sarah Earle 177.20, Carissa Michael 173.18, and Tonya Keplinger 163.30.



November 17th

TEAM STANDINGS: Petersburg Oil Company 30.5-21.5, Vetter’s Mini Mart 29-23, Strike Force 26.5-25.5, Country Cars & Trucks 26-26, Golden Lanes 23-29 and Builders Center 21-31.

SCRATCH: HIGH GAME: Terry Wratchford 257, Larry Walp 256, Gary Leatherman 235, Derek Miller 234 and Don Himelright 233. HIGH SERIES: Terry Wratchford 706, Zachary Arbaugh 674, Gary Leatherman 624, Larry Walp 615 and Cam Vance 594.

HANDICAP: HIGH GAME: Larry Walp 278, Terry Wratchford 259, Cam Vance 253, Floyd Shepard 252 and Derek Miller 251. HIGH SERIES: Zachary Arbaugh 719, Terry Wratchford 712, Cam Vance 690, Larry Walp 681, and Eddie Baldwin 666. HIGH AVERAGE: Terry Wratchford 218.53, Jon Hedrick 217.38, Don Himelright 212.97, Richie Burgess 204.54, Zachary Arbaugh 204.00 and Gary Leatherman 203.49.



Final: WVU Potomac

State 7,

Penn State Beaver 0

Records: WVU Potomac

State (9-5-0) | Penn State

Beaver (2-10-0)

Location: Stayman Field |

Keyser, WV

Raegan McKenzie, Nevaeh Hamborsky, and Morgan Pyles each scored 2 goals apiece to lead the Potomac State offense in a non-conference win over Penn State Beaver last month, at Stayman Field.

The Catamounts took the lead in the 28th minute when McKenzie score her first goal of the day.

Hamborsky made it a 2-0 game just 21 seconds later with the assist from Maggie Slocum.

Potomac State increased its lead with a goal from Pyles in the 30th minute, assisted by Hamborsky. The Catamounts struck again in the 43rd minute when Hamborsky scored her second of the day assisted by Elizabeth Layton.

In the second half, McKenzie got her second goal in the 59th minute, assisted by Slocum. Just over a minute later, Adrianna Guindon scored her first goal of season to make it 6-0.

Pyles wrapped up the Catamount scoring, getting her second of the game in the 62nd minute.

Potomac State outshot Penn State Beaver, 43-0. Kelsey O’Neal and Hamborsky split time in net during the shut out.



September 20th


Strike Force 16 – 4, Vetter’s Guns & Ammo 15 – 5, Terminators 11 – 9, WELD 10 – 10, Empire Strikes 9 – 11, Split Happens 8 – 12, Country Cars & Trucks 8 – 12, Lucky Strikes 3 – 17.

MEN: HIGH GAME (SCRATCH): Larry Ware 237, Troy McGreevy 229, Tyler Halterman 223, Richie Burgess 220. (HANDICAP): Larry Ware 264, Tyler Halterman 256, Troy McGreevy 249, Jeff Sullivan 248.

HIGH SERIES (SCRATCH): Troy McGreevy 600, Larry Ware 599, Richie Burgess 587, Trey Wratchford 586. (HANDICAP): Trey Wratchford 688, Larry Ware 680, Troy McGreevy 660, Jeff Constable 657.

HIGH AVERAGE: Terry Wratchford 208.20, Jon Hedrick 202.80, Richie Burgess 202.00, Larry Walp 197.87.

WOMEN: H I G H G A M E (SCRATCH) : Sarah Earle 196, Dee Anna McDonald 192, Emily Stark 191, Carissa Michael 188. (HANDICAP): Emily Stark 243, Flecia Brockway 241, Tonya Keplinger and Sarah Earle 235.

HIGH SERIES (SCRATCH): Sarah Earle 569, Dee Anna McDonald 538, Emily Stark 520, Carissa Michael 509. (HANDICAP): Sarah Earle 686, Emily Stark 676, Tonya Keplinger 662, Flecia Brockway 654.

HIGH AVERAGE: Dee Anna McDonald 182.07, Sarah Earle 177.56, Carissa Michael 165.87, Denise McGreevy 160.00.

6, 13, 20 & 27 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Immunizations clinics, 1-3:30 p.m., every Tuesday. Please call for an appointment. Shots, blood pressure screenings, vaccines, family planning supplies and flu vaccines. New patients, please bring your immunization records. All patients need to bring all insurance card information with you on every visit. Free or minimal charge for vaccines and familiy planning supplies. State law: 11-year-olds are required by West Virginia law to receive the TDap booster and meningococcal/meningitis (MCV4). A second meningitis booster is recommended for 16-18 year olds, if only one dose of meningitis was given between the ages of 11-15. All 11-year olds are encouraged to get Gardasil/HPV/Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, and varicella/chickenpox booster and meningoccal-meningitis vaccine/MenB (new vaccine) for 16-year-olds through age 23.

PCV15 & PCV20/Prevnar, Shingles/Shringrix can be given if your insurance does not cover it to eligible adults.

2 & 16 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Women’s Health Clinics: Family Planning Program & BCCSP/Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program - Free or reduced rates on pap smears and breast exams with Alicia VanMeter, FNP-BC.

Online ONLY Food School Class - Take the class online at www.statefoodsafety.com. $17 fee or at www.gcwestvirginia.com. Call direct at 304-257-9768.

By Appt. Confidential testing and treatment for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases or any Tuesday afternoon 1-3:30 p.m.

Lab Testing Healthy Saturday at Grant Memorial Hospital. For information, call Julie Kesner at 304-257-5806 to make an appointment.

Covid Vaccine Schedule an appointment by calling the Grant County Health Department at 304-257-4922, for Pfizer and Moderna on Tuesdays. For Covid-19 information visit the website dhhr.wv.govcovid-19.

26 Closed for Christmas.


View the website www.grantcountyhealthdepartment.com for clean air regulations, food inspection reports and clinic schedule.

COVID-19 TESTING SITES: By appointment - Grove Street Health Center call 304-257-2451 and Mount Storm Health Center call 304-693-7616.


The Potomac Valley Conservation District is Wednesday, Dec. 7, 6:30 p.m. at Family Traditions Restaurant, 21 Virginia Ave., Petersburg. Additional information is available on the district webpage: www.wvca.us/district/pvcd.cfm or by contacting the office at 304-822-5174. The meeting agenda is available three days prior. A copy may be obtained on the webpage or by contacting the office at 500 East Main St., Suite F, Romney. The public is invited.

Grant County Family Issues Task Force community meeting, Thursday, Dec. 8, 6 p.m. at Petersburg Presbyterian Church.

Cancer Support Group for cancer patients and caregivers, meets the first Monday of every month, 5 p.m. at Living Hope Baptist Church, 1 Veach St., Petersburg. Light refreshments.

Cookies & Fellowship, third Thursday of every month, 6:30 p.m. at Maysville Bible Brethren Church. Grief can be difficult. Come for a time of fellowship.

Grant County Board of Education meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month at 5:30 p.m. at the board office on Jefferson Avenue.

Grant County Commission meets every month on the second Tuesday at 9 a.m. and the fourth Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in the lower level conference room. For the agenda check grantcountywv.org

Grant County Historical Society meets the third Tuesday of each month, 6 p.m. at the old courthouse. Anyone interested in local history is welcome to come.

GMH board meetings will now be held on Grant Memorial Hospital’s campus in the administrative conference room on the fourth Monday at 5:30 p.m.

New Beginnings Community Outreach, Thursday, 6-9 p.m. at First Baptist Church.

Petersburg City Council meets the first Monday of the month at 6 p.m. in the Gary Michael building on South Main St.

T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets at 6 p.m. every Tuesday at Living Hope Baptist Church on South Main Street in Petersburg. Call Wendy DeiCas at 304-257-2349 for more info.


To increase awareness of the hazards of intoxicated driving, members of the West Virginia State Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Grant County, Thursday, Dec. 15, from 6 p.m. until midnight.

The sobriety checkpoint will be conducted in Grant County along U.S. Route 220 in the 400 block of Virginia Avenue in Petersburg.

The secondary location will be on U.S. Rt. 220 at the overpass of U.S. Route 48, near Weimer Chrysler Dodge in Moorefield.

Editor - Camille Howard;
News Editor - Erin Camp;
Advertising Manager - Tara Warner Pratt; 
Print Shop Manager - Richard Knight; 
Bookkeeping - Peggy Hughes;
Circulation - Mary Simmons

© 2017-2022 Grant County Press

Go to top