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S The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, March 20, 1990 1B i to Bernie Bowler, As- for the West Virginia }f Wildlife Resources, the has been great for fish- an unusually high number being caught. Weather Service temperature in January 10 degrees above combined with water in the mid-forties, trig- catch of large fish earlier Greenbrier and the new a large number srnallmouth bass over five guys from Don's Sport told me they have SOme nice bass so far The bass have been variety of lures including curly tail grubs. of the fishermen have been these big smallmouth. news and these fisher- 0Uld be commended for River has also been the trophy muskies and The fishing has in other areas of the Well. Walleyes have been Elk River and some tro- been caught in the By JAMES CREWS Kanawhaand Ohio Rivers below the dams. The State's lakes have been pro- ducing some good walleye fishing. Summersville, Tygart, Stonecoal and R. D. Bailey have good walleye populations and fish are' being caught there. If you have not had the chance to do some early bass fishing, it's not too late. The bass that have been caught by area fishermen were taken on a variety of lures ranging from flat fish to minnows. The water is getting warm and as it gets warmer, the fish will feed more of- ten. I was talking to one fisherman who could not get. a bite and just a few minutes later, Richard Kincaid came into the store carrying a smallmouth bass that weighed 5 pounds, 4 ounces. He caught the bass in the Greenbrier on a flat fish. If you stay with the fishing, you just might get that big one. You won't usually get as many strikes this time of year but when you do get a strike, it might be a trophy. On the Local Front Game 1, March 5 Bullets Down Bucks 44-41 Bullets led by Mark Wise 16, Nathan Turner 14, B J Lilly 10, Christopher McClung 2 and Jay Lilly 2 Bucks led by Josh Duncan 14, Tom Bohrnstedt 14, Ray Lewis 6, Nicholas Carson 5 and Dan Boxwell 2. Game 2, March 5 Warriors Defeat Pistons 36-19 Warriors led by Chad Sheets 12, Larry Baxter 9, Thomas Gherman 4, Anthony Redden 4, Joey Boswell 2, Grant Jones 2, Jay Cochran 2 and matt Bordas 1. Pistons led by Isaac Gaines 6, Tim Reese 4, Chris Robards 4, Shawn Huffman 3 and Brian Smith 2. Game 1, March 6 Bucks Over Pistons 31-23 Bucks led by Tom Bohrnstedt 13, Ray Lewis 9, Josh Duncan 4, Dan Boxwell 2, Nelson McClung 2 and Patrick Guills 1. Pistons led by Chris Robards 15, Isaac Gaines 4 and Paul Johnson 4. Game 2, March 6 Warriors Outshoot Bullets 53-43 Warriors led by Chad Sheets 24, Anthony Redden 10, Thomas Gher- Richard Kincaid is shown with his man 8, Larry Baxter 5, Grant Jones big bass. Andy Hanson of Meadow 4 and Joey Boswelll 2. Bluff got his nice eight-point buck on the first day of the buck season. Andy Hanson Richard Kincaid .... " aen You Have i : Warriors went undefeated for the entire season and ended up in first place, Bullets second place, Bucks third place and Pistons fourth place. All the four playoff games were ex- Spartan Baseball Schedule Team Time Hinton 4:15 Fayetteville 4:15 Bluefield 4:0.0 Union 4:30 Shady Springs 4:30 Beckley 4:30 Alleghany 4:30 Mt. 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Game 1 Bullets Shoot Down Knlcks 40-25 Bullets led by Nathan Turner 19, Mark Wise 6, B. J. Lilly 6, Jeff Bostic 4, JayLilly 3 and Bradon Shaver 2. Knicks led by Mychal Johnson 9, Jason Flack 6, Jason Persinger 5, Brad Seldomridge 3 and Tiff Hilton 2. Game 2 Bucks Blast Sonics 41-27 Bucks led by Bay Lewis 11, Josh Duncan 11, Tom Bohrnstedt 7, Nel- son McClung 7, Nick Carson 3, and Patrick Guills 2. Sonics led by Derek Allen 12, Kevin Morgan 10, Robbie Ridgeway 2, Michael Boone 2 and Matthew Musselman 1. Game 3 Pistons Down Hawks 22-16 Pistons led by Chris Robards 9, Isaac Gaines 9, Shawn Huffman 2 and Shawn Hamrick 2. Hawks I~d by David Smith 8, John Wilcox 6 and Jason Harvey 2. Game 4 Warriors Drown Laker= 57-18 VVarriors led by Chad Sheets 13, Larry Baxter 11, Joey Boswell 11, Grant Jones 6, Anthony Redden 4, Gary Powell 4, Thomas Gherman 2, Matt Bordas 2, Andre Seams 2 and Jay Cochran 2. Lakers led by Mitchell Holliday 8, Sam Huffman 4, Joey Johnson 2, Jeremy Stidom 2 and Jeff Lurrie 2. Baseball At Hollowell Park Lewisburg Board of Parks and Recreation will host a double header baseball game between Greenbrler East and Fayetteville Wednesday, March 28 at Hollowell Park. The first game will star1 at 4:15 p.m. The Snowshoe Junior Ski Team was represented by 18 members of the team, coaches and staff at the recent Governor's Cup Race spon- sored by Canaan Valley Resort. Kirk Wellman, Junior Ski Team Head Coach, finished third highest overall during the 2 day race with a combined time of 65.63. Racers made 1 run each on a Giant Slalom (GS) and slalom course. Fred Meder, former head coach, also fin- ished in the top 15 out of a field of 150 GS racers. Katie McGreal of Green Bank finished in the top 15 for women. Keith Poore of Slatyfork, took first in the GS for 9 years and under, and third in the slalom. Brian Jarvis of Clarksburg finished in the top 10 for both races. Amy Jarvis of Clarksburg won second place for the slalom for women, 10-14 years. Jennie Jarvis was in the top ten for the slalom. In boys, 10-14 years, 22 racers com- peted in the GS. Aaron Cumashot of Snowshoe captured third place. Fin- ishing in the top ten were Martin McGreal of Green Bank, and Eric Martin and Will Dent, both of Char- leston. Close behind were Sean McGreal of Green Bank and Michael Dent of Charleston. In the Sunday slalom, Martin McGreat and Michael Dent were among the top ten finish- ers. For 15-18 year olds in men's, Mi- chael Layne of Green Bank raced in the top ten out of 20 contenders. In other categories, Danny Diaz of Richwood, an assistant ski team coach raced, as did several parents of the team men'bers: Cecil Jarvis, president of the Junior ski team, Bernard Layne, and Mark Poore. Poore is directo," of racing at Snow- shoe, as well as a team parent. "The Governor's Cup gives the team, staff and parents a chance to stretch their racing legs, while enjoy- ing some friendly, but stiff, competi- tion," accord;ng to Kirk Wellman, Snowshoe team coach. "With both the GS and slalom formats, no one individual's chances are favored over another's." Several members of the Snow- shoe junior ski team did not partici- pate in the Governor's Cup because of Eastern Regional derbys held this weekend. David Mundy, Chad Bog- art and Aaron Cumashot were in- vited to attend the derbys. Eligibility is determined by accumulated points. Mundy and Bogart attended and Mundy took second place. 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