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Page 20 ° Stone County Enterprise ° Wednesday, JUNE 4, 2003 www.st( S ts MGCCC signs 19 local soccer players Ken Flanagan, MGCCC Special to the Enterprise Nmeleen local high-school seniors have signed on the dot- ted line to play soccer next sea- son with Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. The soccer team held a signing ceremony for both the men's and women's team on May 8 on the Perkinston Campus for the play- ers and their families. Although the soccer season is fill more than three months away, head coach Bary Thrash is excited about his teams. "We have picked up a good group of fieshmen [br the 2003 season. I lhink many of these students ,aill have an immediate impact on the field. We have a lot of tal- ented players in this area." Thrash says this year's signees will be very familiar to folks m lle local soccer colnlllunity. Almost all of the students'have play-off experience, and 15 iff the students have received spe- cial recognition or awards for their play during high school. The men's program is hoping to reload this year's team after winning the State/Region 23 titles in 2002. The women's team is looking to improve on last year's season in several key positions. The soccer program flmnd most of these students by ,0 scouting local high- school games and through several try- outs held earlier this spring. Women's Team Erin Boyd, North Pike High School, All-Division Summer Brunner, St. Martin High School, All-District/MVP Elizabeth Colmerauer, George County High School, All- District/MVP Kate Evans, Ocean Springs High School, All-State/Team Capt. Jennifer Ghere, Long Beach High School, All District/MVP Kendra Rollburg, Biloxi High School, All-Division/MVP Ashley Scafide, Stone County High School, All-District,'MVP Brittnei Sullivan, McComb High School, All-State/Who's Who Men's Team Brandon Anderson, Gautier High School, All-District/MVP David Blaine, Biloxi High School Matt Blaine, Biloxi High School Terry Boy& Gautier High School, All-District Jason Ingram, Stone County High School, Best Offensive Player Traverias Johnson, Gautier High School, All-District Michael Palmore, Ocean Springs High School, 4 yrs. Varsity Soccer Ryan Puckett, Long Beach High School Daniel Stienwinder, Mercy Cross High School Chris Symmes, St. John High School, All-District Martin Taggert, Mercy Cross High School, All-District New technique for tennis elbow Southern Bone and Joint Specialists, CA. offers a new procedure t\\;)r tennis elbow with the first new energy wave device especially designed for orthopaedic use. FDA-approved Ossamm is a non-invasive breakthrough recently approved to help people witl tennis elbow. Last thtl. it was approved by the FDA to help people who suffer from chronic heel pain. The procedure is helpfifl fiw people who have failed to respond to physical theiapy, stretching exercises, orflotics, nigat splints, cortisone rejections or previous surgery. "We have found it very effec- tive in treating heel pain. It seems to be an effective solution for a difficult problem without the risks of surgery. The initial outcomes for tennis elbow have been overwhelmingly positive," said Dr. Keith Melancon. Melancon, Dr. Lance Line, Dr. James Sikes, Dr. Susi Folse, Dr. Rocco Barbieri and Dr. Doug Rouse recently completed Ossatron training for tennis elbow. Tennis elbow is most often associated with overuse of the arm in a wide variety of activi- ties associated with work and play. Traditionally, the only alternative for patients who did not respond to conservative non- surgical treatment was an inva- sive surgical procedure. The procedure takes approxi- mately 10 minutes and will be performed with anesthesia at Southern Surgery Center, an out- patient facility, located at 3688 Veterans Memorial Dr. in Hattiesburg. Southern Bone and Joint Specialists, P.A. is a regional orthopaedic clinic based in Hattiesburg with offices in Laurel and Wiggins Jason Ingram and Ashley Scafide recently signed withe MGCCC SocCM ii Where do you go for answers on Aging can create frustrating problems for older adults and caregivers. In fact, finding qual- ified home care can be very challenging. Experienced and knowledgeable advice can be a big help. That's where we come in. The Area Agency on Aging of Southern Mississippi services the fifteen southernmost coun- ties of Mississippi. The service area includes Covington, Forrest, George, Greene. Hancock, Harrison, Jackson. Jefferson Davis, Jones, Lamar. Marion, Pearl River, Perry, Stone, and Wayne counties. The AAA serves the elderly of the community in the following ways: • Develops and administers area plans on aging and distrib- utes funding to organizations to provide services. • Advocates for continued development of home and com- munity based services to main- tain independence and quality of life for seniors. • Supports the needs of special populations of the physically and mentally impaired, abused, neglected, or exploited, as well as those of advanced age without a caregiver to assist them when in need. • Represents the interest of local seniors at state and nation- al levels. prehensive service • Monitors tracted When you, care for need 800-444-8014" of the one for yoU, call. Planning District, Gulfport, Deadlines are Fridays at 3:00 p.m. Stone County Enterprise Dive into a newspaper. Reading a newspaper togetf'r is a great way to keep current and citn often help you find what you're looking for. So pick up a newspaper-- an ocean of knowledge awaits! Dtone Countp 00nterprise It all starts with newspapers. www.newspaperlinks.com THIS MESSAGE IS T TO YOU BY THIS WSPAPER AND THE DER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAe i ii i , i I I I ii i]1 I I II [ I fit I I [ .... iiiii I We're Off to a Good Start We've just moved into your neighborhood. forward to helping you with ALL your ins • Auto • Home • Financial Products = Call me... Stop by... Log on  it's your choice! Mike Heflin 311 East Central Avenue Wiggins, MS 39577 601-528-5366 MikeHeflin@nationwide.com Nationwide® Insurance & Financial Services Nationwide Is On Your Side.® Life insurance underwritten by Nationwide Life w=adle Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated Companies, Home ,,, ,, , ,, , ,, i! Page 20 ° Stone County Enterprise ° Wednesday, JUNE 4, 2003 www.st( S ts MGCCC signs 19 local soccer players Ken Flanagan, MGCCC Special to the Enterprise Nmeleen local high-school seniors have signed on the dot- ted line to play soccer next sea- son with Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. The soccer team held a signing ceremony for both the men's and women's team on May 8 on the Perkinston Campus for the play- ers and their families. Although the soccer season is fill more than three months away, head coach Bary Thrash is excited about his teams. "We have picked up a good group of fieshmen [br the 2003 season. I lhink many of these students ,aill have an immediate impact on the field. We have a lot of tal- ented players in this area." Thrash says this year's signees will be very familiar to folks m lle local soccer colnlllunity. Almost all of the students'have play-off experience, and 15 iff the students have received spe- cial recognition or awards for their play during high school. The men's program is hoping to reload this year's team after winning the State/Region 23 titles in 2002. The women's team is looking to improve on last year's season in several key positions. The soccer program flmnd most of these students by ,0 scouting local high- school games and through several try- outs held earlier this spring. Women's Team Erin Boyd, North Pike High School, All-Division Summer Brunner, St. Martin High School, All-District/MVP Elizabeth Colmerauer, George County High School, All- District/MVP Kate Evans, Ocean Springs High School, All-State/Team Capt. Jennifer Ghere, Long Beach High School, All District/MVP Kendra Rollburg, Biloxi High School, All-Division/MVP Ashley Scafide, Stone County High School, All-District,'MVP Brittnei Sullivan, McComb High School, All-State/Who's Who Men's Team Brandon Anderson, Gautier High School, All-District/MVP David Blaine, Biloxi High School Matt Blaine, Biloxi High School Terry Boy& Gautier High School, All-District Jason Ingram, Stone County High School, Best Offensive Player Traverias Johnson, Gautier High School, All-District Michael Palmore, Ocean Springs High School, 4 yrs. Varsity Soccer Ryan Puckett, Long Beach High School Daniel Stienwinder, Mercy Cross High School Chris Symmes, St. John High School, All-District Martin Taggert, Mercy Cross High School, All-District New technique for tennis elbow Southern Bone and Joint Specialists, CA. offers a new procedure t\\;)r tennis elbow with the first new energy wave device especially designed for orthopaedic use. FDA-approved Ossamm is a non-invasive breakthrough recently approved to help people witl tennis elbow. Last thtl. it was approved by the FDA to help people who suffer from chronic heel pain. The procedure is helpfifl fiw people who have failed to respond to physical theiapy, stretching exercises, orflotics, nigat splints, cortisone rejections or previous surgery. "We have found it very effec- tive in treating heel pain. It seems to be an effective solution for a difficult problem without the risks of surgery. The initial outcomes for tennis elbow have been overwhelmingly positive," said Dr. Keith Melancon. Melancon, Dr. Lance Line, Dr. James Sikes, Dr. Susi Folse, Dr. Rocco Barbieri and Dr. Doug Rouse recently completed Ossatron training for tennis elbow. Tennis elbow is most often associated with overuse of the arm in a wide variety of activi- ties associated with work and play. Traditionally, the only alternative for patients who did not respond to conservative non- surgical treatment was an inva- sive surgical procedure. The procedure takes approxi- mately 10 minutes and will be performed with anesthesia at Southern Surgery Center, an out- patient facility, located at 3688 Veterans Memorial Dr. in Hattiesburg. Southern Bone and Joint Specialists, P.A. is a regional orthopaedic clinic based in Hattiesburg with offices in Laurel and Wiggins Jason Ingram and Ashley Scafide recently signed withe MGCCC SocCM ii Where do you go for answers on Aging can create frustrating problems for older adults and caregivers. In fact, finding qual- ified home care can be very challenging. Experienced and knowledgeable advice can be a big help. That's where we come in. The Area Agency on Aging of Southern Mississippi services the fifteen southernmost coun- ties of Mississippi. The service area includes Covington, Forrest, George, Greene. Hancock, Harrison, Jackson. Jefferson Davis, Jones, Lamar. Marion, Pearl River, Perry, Stone, and Wayne counties. The AAA serves the elderly of the community in the following ways: • Develops and administers area plans on aging and distrib- utes funding to organizations to provide services. • Advocates for continued development of home and com- munity based services to main- tain independence and quality of life for seniors. • Supports the needs of special populations of the physically and mentally impaired, abused, neglected, or exploited, as well as those of advanced age without a caregiver to assist them when in need. • Represents the interest of local seniors at state and nation- al levels. prehensive service • Monitors tracted When you, care for need 800-444-8014" of the one for yoU, call. Planning District, Gulfport, Deadlines are Fridays at 3:00 p.m. Stone County Enterprise Dive into a newspaper. Reading a newspaper togetf'r is a great way to keep current and citn often help you find what you're looking for. So pick up a newspaper-- an ocean of knowledge awaits! Dtone Countp 00nterprise It all starts with newspapers. www.newspaperlinks.com THIS MESSAGE IS T TO YOU BY THIS WSPAPER AND THE DER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAe i ii i , i I I I ii i]1 I I II [ I fit I I [ .... iiiii I We're Off to a Good Start We've just moved into your neighborhood. forward to helping you with ALL your ins • Auto • Home • Financial Products = Call me... Stop by... Log on  it's your choice! Mike Heflin 311 East Central Avenue Wiggins, MS 39577 601-528-5366 MikeHeflin@nationwide.com Nationwide® Insurance & Financial Services Nationwide Is On Your Side.® Life insurance underwritten by Nationwide Life w=adle Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated Companies, Home ,,, ,, , ,, , ,, i!