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s still with us so let's not feeding the many wild been coming to the the cold months. information from of Natural Re- feeding and putting is a popular winter many West Virginians. It opportunity to identify their behavior. ~t Virginia Wildlife Re- cautions that feed- enefits wild birds if done birds often become upon the artificial food once begun, feeding through winter and Early spring is often the season for birds. When disappeared, natural are nearly exhausted [SOurces are not available. food is not the only way help birds. Building bird and planting trees can also benefit wild bruary is the time to or put up new homes s, according to biologists Virginia Wildlife Re- nongame wildlife activities begin ul and beneficial Which is a voracious insect Several years have wit- decline of this fa- many areas, caused in of suitable places for 3. Bluebirds are cavity- build their nests in hol- SPaces in fence posts and Trees on or near open O, Austin seasons, basketball finally got a is back. On February County High East defeated ed Devils in Sectional by a 54 - 46 score. straight losses to the Bradley-coached seven straight all told. this season, East Uarter leads only to see COme back for the vic- mding state cham- made a late run, ans held on with great the Devils' season. one lead in the en- ,nmg the scoring 2 - 0 Ryan McClung Is to East on top also domi- Red Devils on the built a 14 - 10 lead nod. quarter, East pad- they continued to By the half. held a seemingly 30 - 21 lead. opened with a they scored five to lead 35 - 21. en began their move, 9 4 tile rest of the ~ne again at 39 - period. rame, Oak Hill cut the Points on two occa- due to a sud- ~e free throw line for made only 5 of missing the front of no-and-one situ- Colas cashed in tries to snuff the McClung also lay-up on an in- d the victory for ~ns showed a bal- with Richie With 13 points. added 11 points tossed in nine pulled down the way for the made 15 of 26 s for only 57 led by Shannon POints. The Red at the charity of 19 for 55 per 6, earned the right for the sac- time East game since the ........ ]85 Squad. -L S orts I ne Mountain Nlessenger, I uesday,March 6, 1990 1B 4-H Lea By JAMES CREWS lands possessing these good nest sites have declined due to changing farm practices. The use of metal fence posts instead of wooden posts have also reduced nest sites. Com- petition for the remaining nest sites with such non-native birds as Eng- lish starlings and house sparrows has also reduced bluebird popula- tions. Since bludbirds feed mainly on insects, nesting boxes should be lo- cated in open fields, golf courses, large lawns or old orchards. These areas should also contain scattered trees, shrubs or fences to serve as observation perches for the birds while they are feeding. Boxes may also be placed near gardens so bluebirds can help control garden insects. Avoid areas of high pesti- cide use. Don't be discouraged if bluebirds do not take up residence immedi- ately. In the meantime, your boxes may serve as homes for chickadees, wrens, titmice or woodpeckers. For those interested in helping the bludbird in our state, an informa- tive brochure providing information on the construction and placement of bluebird nest boxes is available from the Department of Natural Re- sources nongame wildlife program. To obtain this free brochure, write to: Bluebirds, WV Nongame Wildlife Program, P. O. Box 6"(, Elkins, WV 26241. This brochure is made pos- sible by the generous contributions to the Nongame Wildlife Fund by state citizens who donate all or part of their state income tax refund. A large part of hunting and fish- ing is enjoying the outdoors and the many nongame birds and animals make it even more enjoyable. Game 1: February 24 Warrriors Blast Sonics 32-10 Warriors led by Larry Baxter 6, Anthony Redden 6, Matt Bordas 5, Chad Sheets 4, Joey Boswell 3, Thomas Gherman 2, Grant Jones 2, Andre Seams 2 and Gary Powell 2. Sonics led by Kevin Morgan 4, Robbie Ridgeway 4 and Derek Allen 2. Game 2: February 24 Bucks Sink Lakers 37-14 Bucks led by Thomas Bohrnstedt 13, Josh Duncan 8, Ray Lewis 4, Nelson McClung 4, Nicholas Carson 4 and PatricKGuills 4. Lakers led by Mitchell Holiday 5, Kenny Bostic 5, David Weikle 2 and Daniel Hudgins 2. Game 3: February 24 Knicks Defeat Pistons 27-25 Knicks led by Mychal Johnson 14, Jason Flack 6, Jason Persinger 5 and Tiff Hilton 2. Pistons led by Chris Robards 10, Isaac Gaines 8, Shawn Huffman 5 and Paul Johnson 2. Game 4: February 24 Bullets Shoot Down Hawks 37-29 Bullets led by Nathan Turner 16, Mark Wise 6, B. J. Lilly 6, Jay Lilly 5, Bradon Shaver 3 and Christopher McClung 1. Hawks led by John Wilcox 15, David Smith 9, Mike.Williams 2, Jacob Rogznick 2 and Jason Har- vey 1. The championship games will be 8 a.m. Saturday, March 3, at the Lewisburg Intermediate School. Let the Messenger Know About Your Sports Region V Win Preludes The Greenbrier East Spartans captured the elusive Region V Sec- tion 2 Championship March 2 by over-powering the Nicholas County Grizzlies 63 - 50. The game, played on the Grizzlies' home floor, high- lighted the dominance of the Spar- tan front line and the quickness of the East guards. The Grizzlies took a 2- 0 lead be- fore Ryan McClung scored 8 points to get the Spartan offense started. Despite abysmal shooting, East was able to use their size advantage to get second and third shots. After one period, the Spartans led 17 - 13. The second quarter saw the last lead Nicholas County was able to forge. As East continued to have shooting woes, the Grizzlies fought back to a 23 - 21 leaS. The Spartans refused to fold and went on an 11 - 4 run to lead by 32 - 27 at the half. Ryan McClung had 10 first half points, all in the first quarter. In the third period, East put the game away. With Sidney Colas frus- trating Chad Powell, the single-sea- son and career three-point goal leader in West Virginia history, the Grizzlies could not adjust. Gale Stone also performed admirably in containing Powell, who could muster only 2 of 10. Adam Criddle also took the reins and shoed good leadership as East led after three by 46 - 34. The fourth period again was dominated by East as they allowed the Grizzlies to get no closer than 11 points. Both Coach Jerry Bradley and Nicholas mentor Butch Powell cleared their bench in the waning moments as the celebration began for East. The Spartans had not won the sectional crown smce 1983. Joe Nemick and Coach Bradley went out to receive the sectional tro- phy as the Spartan hoopsters were cutting down both nets. Ryan McClung led the East at- tack with 15 points and a dozen re- bounds. Richie Brown netted 12 points. Travis Wagner and Gabe Stone both netted 11 points and Adam Criddle scored 7 points and pulled in 11 caroms. Chad Powell led the Grizzlies with 21 points with Was Jones scor- ing 16. Nicholas finishes its season at11 -11. The Spartans, now 17 - 6, will meet Beckley's Woodrow Wilson in the Raleigh County Armory Friday, March 9, for the Region V crown and a berth in the state tourney in Charleston. Let's give Coach Bra- dley and the Spartans a good fol- lowing in Beckley. Greenbrier East wrapped up the regular season with two wins. On February 23, East traveled to Mer- cer County to defeat the Princeton Tigers 61 - 54. Then, on the snowy, icy following evening, February 24, East bombed the Shady Spring Ti- gers 82 - 42 on Senior Night. In the Princeton Contest, the Ti- gers opened quickly, racing to a 14 - 11 lead after one period. The Spartans tightened their de- fense in the second quarter, giving up only 7 points while scoring 12 to take a slim 23 - 21 lead at the haft. In the third frame, East continued to be a rude guest. They added to their lead, taking a 42 - 31 score into the last eight minutes. Princeton made a come-back at- tempt in the fourth stanza, but could only pare the Spartan lead to seven, 61 - 54. Richie Brown scored 20 points to lead all players, and Gabe Stone added 11 points. 'Saturday nights game almost did not happen as a winter storm blew into the Greenbrier Valley, icing roads and causing severe white-out for drivers. Despite the frigid condi- tions outside, the Spartan seniors came out smoking as they exploded and buried th'e Shady Tigers early and often. After one period, East led 18 - 5. Coach Jerry Bradley started his five seniors in honor of Senior Night. These five young men responded by sconng 25 first half points. East led by 39 - 14 at intermission. The Tigers have struggled since losing all-stater Bruce Martin to a knee in- jury. The third stanza showed contin- ued dominance by the Spartans as they out-scored the under-manned Tigers by a dozen to lead 65 - 28. In the fourth quarter, Coach Jerry Bradley utilized his entire bench. The reserves also added to the lead, making the final margin 40 points at 82 - 42. Pacing the Spartan attack was Gabe Stone with 17 points. Adam Criddte and Sidney Colas each scored 13 points. The seniors who played their last home game were Joe Nemcik, Travis Wagner, Ryan McClung, Gabe Stone and Adam Criddle. East finishes the regular season with an impressive 15 - 6 mark and was tied with Oak Hill in the final prep poll of high school teams in tenth place. IM Folks Like essenger Sports { Super Smoot kies ssful The Smoot Smokies ended their basketball season with an18 win -- one loss record and a County Championship, Their final game was with the Eastern Champion Team from Greenbrier Junior High. Both Greenbrier Junior and Smoot entered the championship game with identical records of 17 -- 1. Smoot's final game was played with great intensity and real team effort, according to Coach Jim Reed. Local Bowling (Disney Characters) Game 1 Patty Torten .................... 172-198 2 Cynd~ Carr .......................... 180 3 Arlene Cart ........................ 182 4 Sue Scott .............................. 196 5 Sandy Wykle ........................ 198 6. Colleen Walton ............... 188o220 7 Juan*re Ramsay .................. 205 Series 1. Party Tolten .......................... 529 2. Betty Martin ........................... 486 3. Arlene Carr ............................ 483 4. Sue Scott ............................... 511 5 Colleen Walton ..................... 580 6. Juanila Ramsay ..................... 524 FCI Game 1 Earl Price ............................... 19B 2. W. Warznak ................... 186-183 3 M Lewis ................................ 193 4. Harold Mongold ..................... 216 5. Jerry MahDi .......................... 193 Serlea 1 Harold Mongotd ..................... 497 2 Jerry Mann ......................... 502 3 W. Warznak .......................... 505 4 M Lewis .......................... 539 5 Earl Price ........................ 525 Series 1. Aushn McMillion ................... 562 2. Mike Whilted ........................ 593 3. Eldridge Wooding ................. 562 4. Dickie Boggs ........................ 601 5 Chadie Krystynak ............... 605 6. Chris Estep ........................... 578 7 Bill Boggs ............................. 574 8. Bob Darts ............................. 578 9. Jon Donathon ...................... 609 10. Dave Auslm ....................... 582 11. George Todorowch .............. 635 12. Jm~ Alvey ........................... 593 CONGRATULATIONS!!! Bill'e Cone't for high team game 104._..aS 289_..44 Team Series Greenbrler Commercial Game 1 Jim Hunter ............................ 204 2. Ken Moody ........................... 180 3. Lake Vaughan ...................... 181 4 Rommie ................................ 189 5 Jupe Kldd ...................... 181-183 6. M Young .............................. 221 7. J Burns ................................ 197 8. Don MenreCi ......................... 202 9. F, V. Shockley ...................... 184 10. Jerry Smith .......................... 191 11. Jerry Loudermilk ................ 189 12. Tim Yates .................... 195-184 13. Rick Snedegar ..................... 181 14. L, Ratlifl ........................ 190-183 .......Mix Game 1 Hazel Evans .................. 192-198 2. Jim Miller .............................. 189 3. Linda Rice ............................. 184 4. Dan Rice ................. 201-192-194 5. Barry Morgan ................. 232-183 6 Renetha Sharp ...................... 192 7. Jack Winch#cromer ........ 202-180 ,f~rioe 1. Hazel Evans .......................... 554 2 Barry Morgan ........................ 564 3 Jack Winebremmer .............. 554 4. Don Rice ............................... 587 5 Janet WineOrammer .............. 504 Friday Night Mixed Game 1. Ray Linton ............................. 195 2. Lee Reaser ............................ 184 3. Clarence Morgan ................... 188 4. Shirley Workman ................... 207 5. Duana We~la ................ 189-210 6 Hank Hanger ......................... 181 7. Hazel Evans ......................... T30 8. Jack Winebremmer ........ 197-193 Seriee 1 Jack Wmebremmer ............. 532 2. Hazel Evans ......................... 508 3 Shirley Workman .................. 551 4 Duane Weikla ........................ 559 5. Chester Tarry ...................... 509 6 Lee Roasm ....................... 527 7. Clarence Morgan ......... 510 8 Ray Llnton ......... 517 Little Levate Game t. Fred Doss ........................... 170 2. Jr Goode ............................... 208 3 Paul Dose .............................. 177 4. Lee Kidd ............................... 203 5. Jupe K~dO ...................... 205-190 6. Dampsey Beverage .......... 195 7. Tom Sharp .................... 177 Series 1 Lake Vaugha~ ................. 456 2. Fred Dose ............. 469 3. LeaKed ........................ 4.89 4Jupe Kidd ........................... 547 5. Sue Beverage ...................... 465 6. Dempsey Beverage 468 Blue Grass Commercial Gan',e 1. Austin McMdhon ................... 212 2. Mike Whirred ......................... 221 3. Ralph Boshc ......................... 206 4. O~ckla Bnggs ....................... 233 5. Charlie KrJotynak ................. 225 6. Ron Daws ............................. 209 7 Ch.s Estep ................... 286 8 Bill Boggs ................ 206 9 Bob Daws .......................... 244 10 Jon Donathon ........... 238 It Denms Austin ...................... 210 12 Dave Austin ......................... 203 t3 Jack Weeks ......................... 200 14 Geor9o Todorovich ...... 221-216 15. Larry Smith ........................ 204 16. James Brooks ..................... 202 17. Jtm Alvey ............................ 212] t8. Dick Scott ......................... 209 " ' Series I Jim Hunter ........................... 506 2. Jupe Kidd .............................. 520 3. Ken Moody ........................... 506 4. Jerry Smith ............................ 506 5. Tim Yates .............................. 528 6. R~ck Snedegar ....................... 506 Senior Citizens Game 1 Betty Martin ................... 235-195 2. Mdburn Phillips ............... 204-184 3. Ruth Shaver ...................... 174 4 Paul Doss ........................ 185 5 Betty Doss ............................ 195 6. Dave Gibson ............... 179-190 7. Lloyd Qu~ck ........................ 226 Series 1 Lloyd Quick ............................ 531 2. Dave Gibson ......................... 515 3. Betty Marhn .......................... 593,,. 4. Milburn Phiitlps ..................... 524 5. Paul Doss ............................. 464 6 Betty Doss ........................ 498 7r Nowell Phillips ................. 462 WELCOME BACK BILL MACKAWICZ!t "Succaeelul Trtpla By-Pace" Busy Bees Game I. Kite Schmidt ................... 150-164 2. Robbla Boone ............... 168-187 3. Vada Woodson .............. 180-191 Series 1. Kite SchmLdt ........................ 480 2. Robbie Boone ................... 450 3 Veda Woodson ................... 539 Valley Church Game 1 John Sharp ................... 191.190 2, Phil Bostic ...................... 206 3. Roy ttolliday ......................... 204 4. Chester Terry ...,: .......... .:.., 202 5. Dan Rice .................... iJ... 206 6. Paul Boggs, Jr ..................... 198 7. Donald Parker ...................... 197 8. Dennis Austin ....................... 205 9. Dewey Reynolds ............... 194 10 Ray Gebberl ........................ 190 1 I, Okay Morgan ................ 203-190 t2. Dennis Rudd ....................... 191 13. A Reinkophs ............... 194,-190 14. Butch Hickman ................... 191 II Serioa t. A. Remkophs .................... 565 2. Okay Morgan .................... 537 3 Dewey Reynolds ........... 536 4 Paul Boggs, Jr ............... 549 5. John Sharp ..................... 550 6 Butch Hickman ........... 527 7 Denms Austin ................. 527 Rise & Shiners Game 1 Sheda Fleshman ................... 201 2 Sue Scott .............................. 203 3. Joyce Childers ..................... 194 4 Susie O'Dell ......................... 183 5 Mary Tenney ....................... 199 6. Palty Burwell ...................... 194 Serial 1 Sheila Fleshman .................. 518 2. Susie O'Dell ........ : .............. 480 3. Patty Burwell ........................ 506 4. Joyce Childers .................... 481 5, Sue Scott ........................ 540 5 Mary Tenney ........................ 475 Town & Country Game I Donna Canaan ..................... 188 2. Hazel Weese .................... 180 3 Ronetha Sharp ................ 180 4 Mary Grdlith ..................... 184 5 Nova Boggs..: ............... 182-186 6 Leota Judy ............................. 18t 7 Mary Wlndon .................. 206 8. Jan Robinson ............... 192 9. Charlene Boone ........ , .,...201 Series 1. Mary E. Windon .................. 535 2 LaDle Judy ......................... 5t2 3 Nova Boggs .................... 526 4 Glenna Boggs .............. 546 5. Donna Canaan .................. 514 (1) '89 Taurus ... Tilt Steerlnii, Cru~ Comroa, wla~ ....................... ~:pll & ~z.VV (2) '89 Tempos 1n l r= one IOid, one dh, er, e~ nmtooa ........................ ~pJtV9 AW (1) '89 Tempo ............... $10,100 (2) '89 "'"-" .... 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