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~tl:J I ne IVlOU[ILalII I1u~,~,uJlyt~l, i utt~,udy, danuary ~, 1990 J I More Sports... ,Ik [be winter volleyball league will By Leigh Ann Johnson As always, the contest between the Greenbrier West Cavaliers and the Greenbrier East Spartans was a heated one charged with the emo- tions of a long-lived rivalry between .the two cross-county schools. AI- ..though West put up a tough fight and led East through most of the game, the Spartans overcame the challenge and won 68-65. East entered the game with a 4-0 record, hoping to keep their winning streak intact. The Cavaliers, under- dogs in the contest with a 2-1 record to their credit, had the power of re- venge on their side. Hoping to avenge last year's two losses to East, they played in full force for the whole game -- even down to shoot- ing and making the final basket of the game, though they were 5 points behind. The Spartans had early fouling and turnover problems, which kept their initial lead small. Although East played strongly underneath, the Cavs scored 6 straight points to I ii ilillilill I I _ ilL lead 13-12 nearing the end of the first period. However, the Spartans scored soon after that to regain the lead, and Scott Weikte made the score 16-13 with his shot at the buzzer. Emotions heated up in the sec- ond quarter, which began with West's Gary Boone fouling Adam Criddle and then receiving a techni- cal foul. Weikle shot the free throws for East and sank them both. Later the Cavs earned another technical for slapping the backboard while a Spartan was shooting. Weikle shot again and was 1-2, bringing the score to 21-19 in West's favor. The Cavaliers then took a strong offensive surge, commanding the game, although East continued to control things under the hoop. A trey from Boone took West out to an 8 point lead and the Spartans barely put a dent in it. At the half, the score stood at West 38, East 33. Coming back to the court for the third quarter, the Spartans couldn't M IIIIIII ope~: p!ay with co-ed sixes Sunday January 21 at 1 p.m. Co-ed triples will begin on the following Sunday -- January 28. The number of divi- sions in each league will depend on seem to make a shot until Ritchie the number of teams registered by Brown, a junior, scored 5 straight January 17. To register call Steve points. Shortly, Brown showed his Tennant at 645-6155 after 4 p.m. strength under pressure by making 2 foul shots to pull East within 6, 52- Rea, rrJL Letters 46. Travis Wagner made good on a three-point play to change the board to 52-49, but the third stanza ended with West still ahead 56-51. Jason Mlchaet Ream of Lewis- East's big surge came in the burg was awarded his Varsity letter fourth quarter, and they took the for his contributions to The Kiski lead on a bucket from Brown with School's 1989 soccer team. Jason 4:00 left to ptay, 62-61, and is the son of Dr Norman B. Ream, Jr Wagner's lay-up made it 64-61. of Lewisburg and Donna W. Ream Gabe Stone (East) fouled Mike Gab- and is a member of Kiski's class of bert, who sunk two free throws, 64- 1990. Jason also received a special 63. Wagner's strong rebounding and award from his coach for outstand- consistent free throws brought East ing leadership and effort on the up to 66-63, and Sidney Coles hit a team. foul shot to put the Spartans up by Now in its 102nd year, The Kiski 5. West tried for three-point shots, School is a college preparatory but couldn't connect, so Coach John school for 250 boys in grades 9-12 Estep called time with just 3 sec- located in Saltsburg, Pennsylvania. onds remaining. Although the Cavs made their final attempt, the Spar- tans still came out with a hard fought 68-65 victory. i I lili _ Ill I FREE... a photo frame for snapshots! *FREE Super Shot'" Frame with each roll of color print FILM** developed and printed. HURRY--LIMITED OFFER 120 E. Washington Street, Lewisburg, WV 645-7110 II linl II IIIIIlll IIIIII I I IIIliIII I I lil l IIIn Local Schedules Let,The knoW about Kiwanis Club Christmas Tha Gifts, Wolf Creek Gallery, ers Real Estate, Bennett Bo~)k~ Velma Bost, Jim Gert, AI~,~ Paul S. Detch, Winkler P~__,,i Office Supply, Alpha~ Jackson's Ladies Shop, Ra~__~=: Aides Discount, Kroger, Cr. ;rr-'- Food Center, Wyatt t-lome~etel Shoney's. lther The Kiwanis Club of Eastern Greenbrier would like to thank those who supported the First Annual Christmas Gift Give-Away Project. Through the aid of the following Dusinesses and families, Kiwanis provided twenty local residents with food, toys, and clothes for Christ- mas. Those helping the Kiwanis in- clude Greenbrier Valley National Bank, Ravenwood Gallery, Princess Gift Shop, First National Bank of Ronceverte, Lewisburg Floral and Welcome Wagon Anyone interested in joi#r son Kiwanis Club of Eastern GRId ar is welcome to attend the r~ you which are held each Thu~n't li 6"30 o.m. at Shoney's in Le~read ~'le wi you acj New-comers Invited For COI1nga If you are a newcomer to our area, plan to join the Welcome Wagon group and welcome in the New Year at the first coffee of 1990. It will be held Wednesday, January 10 at 10 a.m. at the home of Emily Shirey, 601 Elm Street, Ronceverte. Her co-hostess will be Christy Grif- fith. Welcome Wagon affords you For the twenty third time since 1966, bird-watchers in the Lewis- burg area took'to the field Decem- ber 17 as part of the nationwide Christmas Bird Count. The day was colder than any pre- vious Lewisburg count 7 to 13 de- grees F with 8 to 10 inches of snow on the ground. Nevertheless, within a 7-1/2 mile radius of Lewisburg the counters found 61 species of birds. This is the fourth time in the last five years the number of species seen has been above 60 --- the record was 67. The local bird counters were surprised to find that, in spite of the cold and snow, : twenty per cent of the 61 species they saw were in greater numbers than on any of the previous 22 counts! The ten specie.s foun~l to be most abundant in the Lewisburg area were led as usual by the Starling ~ome the opportunity to meet ne~.train and to become acquaint!ition what is available in our area.I to b, If you are interested in b~ owl a member of the Club or~ A fi would just like more info~allc please call Valeria Barfield~to, 4315, Karin McComas at ~ke, iYr or Rosemary Dent at 645-3T~ever ~tare eact S l~noth j, 1 21 individuals>, fo,ow e ,r, closely by Junco (514). 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