WRESTLERS OF THE WEEK

NAME: Sheldon Simmons
GRADE: 12th Grade
PARENTS: John and Connie Simmons
CITY: Frankford
G.P.A.: 3.0
CURRENT RECORD: 20 Wins (8 Pins)
FAVORITE QUOTE: “With Courage you will dare to take risks, have the strength to be compassionate and the wisdom to be humble. Courage is the foundation of Integrity. “
COACH’S COMMENT: “Sheldon has earned the right to be a Team Captain and he has upheld those responsibilities.His work ethic will help him succeed throughout life.”

GEHS NAME: Sheldon SimmonsGRADE: 12th GradePARENTS: John and Connie SimmonsCITY: FrankfordG.P.A.: 3.0CURRENT RECORD: 20 Wins (8 Pins)FAVORITE QUOTE: “With Courage you will dare to take risks, have the strength to be compassionate and the wisdom to be humble. Courage is the foundation of Integrity. “COACH’S COMMENT: “Sheldon has earned the right More...

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By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 22nd, 2016

MILUK’S MAT’TERS

This past week the Greenbrier East Wrestlers re-established their goals as they prepared for the Regional Championships in Beckley. We had the opportunity to look back on the most successful regular season in Greenbrier More...

Jacob Nutter, #3, from Quinwood, looks for help from Damian Dixon, #14, from Meadow Bridge, in a rec league game between their Western Greenbrier travel team and the travel team from Frankford. For Frankford, Zach Reed, #11, Dawson Trusty, #13, and Calvin Roberts, #12, are applying the pressure. The game was played Saturday, Feb. 13, in Frankford. (Mark Robinson photo)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Do you want this?

Jacob Nutter, #3, from Quinwood, looks for help from Damian Dixon, #14, from Meadow Bridge, in a rec league game between their Western Greenbrier travel team and the travel team from Frankford. For Frankford, Zach More...

Kylar Topps, #50 for Greenbrier East, gets to the ball just before Ryan Parker, #20, in a game between Greenbrier East and Nicholas County, Friday, Feb. 12, in Fairlea. Greenbrier East won the game, 87-62. (Mark Robinson photo)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Not a loose ball for long

Kylar Topps, #50 for Greenbrier East, gets to the ball just before Ryan Parker, #20, in a game between Greenbrier East and Nicholas County, Friday, Feb. 12, in Fairlea. Greenbrier East won the game, 87-62. (Mark More...

Seneca Trail’s Brandon Pickles drives to the basket at the end of regulation in a game played against Morgantown Christian Academy.  Tied 45-45 at the end of the game, Seneca Trail won in overtime, 52-50.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Seneca Trail defeats Morgantown

Seneca Trail’s Brandon Pickles drives to the basket at the end of regulation in a game played against Morgantown Christian Academy. Tied 45-45 at the end of the game, Seneca Trail won in overtime, 52-50.  More...

Lewisburg 4-H Basketball Varsity Boys Tournament group picture (in no particular order): Varsity Boys Tournament Champions the Spurs coached by Josh Beverage and Danny Seams (not pictured): Drew Beverage, Adam Seams, Campbell Woods, Zach Fuller, Keishawn Winston, Henry Goodwin and Jackson Williams.
Varsity Boys Tournament Runners-up the 76’ers coached by Michael Dotson and Alyson Dotson (not pictured): Noah Dotson, Robert Banton, Keaton Holliday, Rem Boggs, Cedric Allder, Alex Kagen and Alden Flowers.
Varsity Boys Tournament 3rd place team the Celtics coached by Brandon Hamilton (not pictured): Ian Hamilton, Nic White, Lucas McCallister, Jason Ream, Fielding Foster, Nic Clevenger and Andrew McLaughlin.
Varsity Boys Tournament 4th place team the Heat coached by Ty Jackson and Lucas Lemine (not pictured): Jacob Hixenbaugh, Lawson Hamilton, Evan Vaughan (not pictured), Adam Faulkiner, Ryan Meadows, Jake McGilvry and Gabe Patton.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 22nd, 2016

4-H Basketball Season Tournament

Lewisburg 4-H Basketball Varsity Boys Tournament group picture (in no particular order): Varsity Boys Tournament Champions the Spurs coached by Josh Beverage and Danny Seams (not pictured): Drew Beverage, Adam Seams, More...

Greenbrier East Wrestlers win the AAA Championship of the Coalfield Conference Invitational Wrestling Tournament: Coach Brian Miluk (left), Jacob Thomas, Aaron Davis, Levi Hobbs, Josh Amos, Cayden Hoover, Ethan Asbury, Cameron Zobrist, Jasiel Kinder, Leslie Campbell, Jacob Hefner, Bruce Humphreys and Sheldon Simmons. The Greenbrier East Wrestling team this year has also won the Greenbrier West “Lindsey Raines” Tournament, the Alleghany Duals Tournament, the Beckley Newspaper Invitational Tournament, the Coal Country Challenge and was recently ranked  No. 9 in the State as they prepare for Regionals in Beckley on Saturday, Feb. 20.
By Mountain Messenger On Friday, February 19th, 2016

East wrestlers headed to Regionals after Coalfield win

Greenbrier East Wrestlers win the AAA Championship of the Coalfield Conference Invitational Wrestling Tournament: Coach Brian Miluk (left), Jacob Thomas, Aaron Davis, Levi Hobbs, Josh Amos, Cayden Hoover, Ethan More...

Bound for Morgantown
Zayvion Lawson (right) and his high school coach Ray Lee, share a little humor in the gym of Greenbrier East High School. Lawson has announced he will further his football career with the WVU Mountaineers. (Mark Robinson photo)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 15th, 2016

Zayvion Lawson to play football at WVU

By Mark Robinson Zayvion Lawson, award winning running back at Greenbrier East High School, has announced he will attend West Virginia University, and play football for the Mountaineers. “I made up my mind at More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 15th, 2016

Miluk’s Mat’ters

Before we start to highlight the success of the Greenbrier East Wrestling Team at the Coalfield Conference Invitational Tournament, we MUST first send out a “Big Thank You” to all the people who made this Great More...

Seth Fogus
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, February 15th, 2016

Wrestlers of the Week

EGMS NAME: Seth Fogus GRADE: 6th Grade PARENTS: Marty and Princess Fogus CITY: White Sulphur Springs G.P.A.: 3.75 HIGHLIGHT: Big Win at the Conference Tournament FAVORITE QUOTE: “I have failed over and over and More...