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2B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 30, 1990 Wrestling... Continued from pg. 1-B 4-H Basketball (160 #), Keith Brandon (171 #), Ker- mJt Moore (heavy weight). East for- feited 103, 119 pound classes (12 pts) and received 5 forfeits (30 pts). East - 40 Lexington, Va. - 28 Winners for East were Julian Ar- buckle (13.0 #), Mike Staunton (135 #) Chris Smith (145 #), Elliot Hickson (152 #), Rick Moore (160 #), Keith Brando~ (171 #), Kermit Moore (heavy weight). East forfeited 103, 119 pound classes (12 pts) and received one forfeit (6 pts). Individual Record== Wins-Losses-Ties Trent lies 2-5-0 Carl Godby 0-5-0 Julian Arbuckle 4-3-0 Michael Staunton 5-3-0 Ryan Turner 3-2-0 Joey Browning 1-2-0 Chris Smith 3-5-0 Chris hamlet 0-2-0 Don Lesko 0-2-0 Elliot Hickson 1-0-0 Jason Whitman 1-2-0 Rick Moore 8-0-0 Keith Brandon 7-1-0 Bobb Arbaugh 1-6-0 Kermit Moore 7-1-0 Remaining Schedule All at 6:30 p.m. Jan 30 at Alleghany Jan 31 at Meadow Bridge, Fayetteville, & Clay Feb 3 at Coalfield Conference, Hico Feb 7 at Shady Springs & Independence Feb 8 at Fayetteville Feb 13 at Home, Woodrow Wilson. tentative Feb 14 at Home. Oak Hill & Meadow Bridge Feb 16/17 at Clendenin, RegJonals Feb 22/24 at Huntington Civic Cenler, State Tourney The 4-H baseketball league got un- der way January 13 with the Bucks defeating the Pistons 28-16 in game one. High scorers for the Bucks were Ray Lewis 12, Josh Duncan 6, Thomas Bohrnstedt 6 and Patrick Guills 4.. High scorers for the Pis- tons were Chris Robards 1 1, George Lemon 2, Jerry Dove 2, and Paul Johnson 1. Game two saw the Bullets down the Sonics 31-21. L~ad scorers for the Bullets were N. Turner 14, M. Wise 11, B.J. Lilly 2, M. Gibbs 2 and C. McClung 2. High for the Sonics were Kevin Morgan 8, Darrell Hughes 8, and Robbie Ridgeway 5. Game three went to the Warriors with a win over the Hawks 29-4. High in this game went to Larry Baxter with 12 points, Chad Sheets 6, Grant Jones 4, Anthony Redden 3, Thomas Gherman 2, and Joey Boswell 2. Hawks high scorers were David Smith 2, John Wilcox 1, and Mike Williams 1. Game Four was won by the Knicks over the Lakers 16-14. Mycal Johnson lead the scoring with 10 points followed by Johathan Lee Collins with 2, Tiff Hilton 2, and Ja- son Flack 2. High for the Lakers were Mitchell Holiday 4, Daniel Hudgins 4, Kenny Bostic 4 and Joey Johnson 2. January 20 Results: Warriors defeated Knicks 56-12. Leading scorers were Anthony Red- points. Bucks winners over the Hawks 43-19. Bucks lead by Thomas Bohrnstedt 12, Nichelas Carson 10, Patrick Guills 8, Ray Lewis 6, Josh Duncan 6 and Nelson McC!ung.The Hawks were led by David Smith 8, John Wilcox 7, Jason Harvey 2, and Jason McDaniel 2 The Bullets defeated the Pistons 36-19. High scorers were N. Turner 14, M. Wise 10, B.J. Lilly 4, J. Bostic 2, J. Lilly 2, M. Gibbs 2, and C. McClung 2. Pistons high scorers were Chris Robards t2, Shawn Huffman 3, Isaac Gaines 3, and Adam Jameson 3. Lakers downed the Sonics 27-21. Lead scorers for the Lakers were Mitchell Holiday 8, Joey Johnson 8, Daniel Hudgins 6, and Lee Holiday 5. High for the Sonics were Kevin Morgan 12, Darrell Hughes 4, Rob- bie Ridgeway 3~ and D=rek Allen 2. The Stealers defeated the Ban- dits by a score of 14-10. Scoring for the Stealers were Suzanne Humphrey and Erica Hunter with 6, Leann Hedrick and Lisa Gladwell with 1. Scoring for the Bandits were Ashley Greenstreet and Kelly Quick with 4 and Lindsey Martin adding 2.Scoring for the Wildcats were Karen Fort and Sherry Robards with 2 points each. den 22, Joey Boswell 8, Chad Sheet 8, Larry Baxter 7, Grant Jones 4, Crichton Girls Thomas Gherman 3, Gary Poweli 2, v -= yuu.u"o"e--"-" and Andre Seams 2. Knicks high scorers were Mychal Johnson 4, Ja- Crichton Jr. High girls defeated son Persinger 4, and Jason Flack 4 Lewisburg Jr. High in two games on -., January 18. Scores for the first match were (15-6) (9-15) (15-4), second match scores were (15-4) (17-15). High scorers for Crichton were Chris Duggan 20, Rebecca Ayers 16 and Shannon Martin 14, Crystal Beam had 60 returns. Lewis- WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US (AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 122 North Court Street, Lewisbur , W.Va. 24901 l burg lead scorer was Tara Tuck- wilier with 12 points. Crichton's rec- ord now stands at 4-1 BOGG'S SCRAP IRON Caldwell, W.Va. 24925 (304) 645-2756 STEVE CLENDENEN d.b ,a. , Car & Truck Repair Used Auto Parts Used Tires Used Batteries Buy Late Model Wrecks Buy & Sell Scrap Metal (all types) Let the Know About Your Sports i Basketball East Defeated By Oak Hill By Shawn D. Austin Friday January 26 Greenbrier East fell to a depleted, but inspired, Oak Hill Red Devil squad by to a 66 to 60 score. Despite the loss of "Stuff" Lynch and Darnell Evans, the Red Devils put together a re- vamped offense and came from a 4 point deficit in the final stanza to send the Spartans to defeat. Greenbrier East was led by Rich- ard Brown who had 19 points and Sidney Coles contributed 12 points. Oak Hill was paced by Cant Montgomery with 18 points. Shan- non Morrison and Tom Jones each chipped in 17. Entering the final stanza, East ted by 4 points at 50 to 46. Oak Hill's sticky man-to-man defense held the Spartans scoreless for 7 minutes while the Red Devils were making good on 12 of 16 free- throws. The Spartans, after the cold streak, could not regain the edge. Oak Hill made good on 25 of 37 free-throws while the visiting Spar- tans were granted only 9 charity stripe attempts, making good on 4. With the loss, East now stands at 10 and 3 --- 2 and 5 in the conference. Oak Hill, also 10 and 3, leads the Coal Field Conference with an un- blemished 5 and 0 mark. East will play again on January 30 as the Mount Vi~il~V Golden Knights visit in Fairlea. On February 2 the Bluefield Beavers will visit Sparta. Tip off for both contests is 7:30 p.m. with the JV Contest slated for 5:45. ,i!i~i i! i~i! Mary Clendenen Is presented with a check from Woody Hanna, advisor at Renick. FFA Miss Clendenen Tops In S1 Mary Clendenen, a member of the Greenbrier East FFA and a freshman at Renick Junior High was the top salesperson for the annual fruit sales. Mary sold 74 boxes. Money raised from the sale of cit- rus fruit and West Virginia apples is divided between Alderson, Green- brier, Lewisburg, and Renick Junior High Agriculture grams. This year two new were added: gourmet and turkeys. Both these ucts were well accepted offered again next year. brier East FFA chapter thank everyone who su fruit sales. Williamsburg Drug Awareness Program The student council of Wil- were handed out to ea~ liamsburg Junior High School Janu- These contracts were tog ary 22 sponsored a drug awareness between the student and week. Using materials provided by The student promised .~ the SADD organization (Students drugs or alcohol and !i] Against Doing Drugs) they had a va- promised not to use any i~ riety of activities for the school's stu- and not to drink and drive. J dent body. Their activities began by On Thursday studentS| introducing students to the ~SADD Greenbrier East Chapter el chapter"s theme for middle schools, Against Drunk Driving pr~ "I'm special because I'm me." This special program. These| chapter is also part of the Students tadke~d about the effects of~ Against Drunk Driving and Student alcohol on the body andJ and physical consequenct Athletes Don't Do Drugs. drugs. Also there was a I~ On Tuesday, a slogan contest , was held school wide. The winners j and their slogans were:. First Grade test. Winners of the cor~ -- Tina Wickline- Drugs-No First Grade ---Josh Hayr~ Thanks;" Second Grade class -- Grade --- Clayton Hel~ "When You Smoke-I'll Croak;" Grade--Mark Lester;,~ Fourth Grade -- Clayton Helmick- --Gary Walkup; Sevent~ "Say No to Drugs and Yes to Your Life;" Fifth Grade --- Aaron Helmick- "Users Lose-Winners Don't Use;" Sixth Grade --- Lisa Gladwell-"Life is for Winners-Drugs are for Losers;" Seventh Grade -- Tracy Honaker- "Drugs Stay-But Your Life Doesn't;" Eighth Grade -- Doug Brown-"Use Your Head-Try Life Instead." On Wednesday "contracts for life" Caron Piercy; Eighth Vincent; and Ninth Sizemore and Tasha The posters and display in the school's dent Body officers are: nes, president; Jason president; Amber tary. Student Council Jean Carlson and Susan In Your P If rebates on these vehicles go up this model year, well pay you the difference! Now, you don't have to wait to see when rebates will get bigger. 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