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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, April 26, 19901B May 6, the Eighth Bass Bonanza Tournament Moomaw will be sponsored Highlands Cham- This is an event growing in popularity each date for pre-registration passed (April 13) but still go to the Lake and activities or get in some tour own. that the top prize $1.000 with other awards the field of pa,ticipants. will be conducted under Bass Federation guide- Moomaw is a beautiful fish or just spend a day ex- I was trout fishing there in and caught a few brown over five pounds have commonplace at Moomaw fish going over seven with any lake, you have water before you can catch nice fish. Moomaw opened for rec- activities in 1982. The Vir- of Game and In- has stocked the lake bass, bluegill, chan- crappie, brown trout and rainbow trout. There are t~iles of shoreline and the lake niles in length. Much of the is adjacent to the T. M. Wildlife Management 1992, a new boat ramp, area, beach and bathhouse ~leted. you don't take part in the ent, it would be a good time lot of the fishermen who lake and pick up some The fishermen are By JAMES CREWS very helpful and I have found the quickest way to learn new water is to spend time talking to the guys who fish it regularly. I hope to be on hand to take a lot of pictures and interview the win- ners. There are lots of picnic sites near the lake so take the family along and have a good time enjoy- ing the outdoors. By the time you read this, spring gobbler season will be almost a week old. I hope you are having a good season so far. I did not get to do much preseason scouting as I usually do because of work and the nasty weather. My dad and I did go a couple of times but heard no gob- blers. I have talked to a lot of hunters and they have told me they heard lots of birds. Hunting in Virginia has been slow the first week of their sea- son. I believe the weather has got to settle down and warm up before the season will improve. On the Local Front Gary Honaker has a big rainbow he caught in Anthony Creek. The trout weighed 3-3/4 pounds and was 19-3/4 inches long. He caught the fish on Berkley Power Bait. The new bait from Berkley has really been catching the big trout this year. I have had several fishermen tell me that is the only thing they can do any good with. I was fishing with my two kids on Milligan Creek last week and we caught eight fish. My daughter, Tina, caught her first trout all by herself. David Boso has a smallmouth bass that he caught in the Green- brier River. The bass was 22 inches long and weighed 5 pounds, 4 ounces. By John Mugaas Spring season for Lewisburg un- der-19 soccer team opened April 19 in Marlinton with a match against Green Bank followed by an April 22 match with Hillsboro at Lewisburg. The next soccer game is sched- uled for April 29, Princeton Tigers at Lewisburg. May's schedule includes Jerry's Kids at Bluefield, 6 p.m. May 4; Mackenzie of Princeton at Lewis- burg, 3 p.m. May 5; Green Bank at Marlinton, 6 p.m. May 8; Princeton Tigers at Princeton, 5 p.m. May 12; Hillsboro at Hillsboro, May 19; Jerry's Kids at Lewisburg, 3 p.m. May 20. Additional matches may be scheduled with Beckley and Blue- field, Virginia to give the Lewisburg team a total of 11 or 12 matches. Each team on the roster has several strong senior members who wilt be playing their final season in the West Virginia Youth Soccer program so all of these matches promise to be skillfully executed and closely contested. Home games are played at the upper field on the West Vir- ginia School of Osteopathic Medi- cine Campus. Local fans are urged to attend. The Lewisburg team is coached by WVSOM medical student John Reinhardt, who, during the last two years, has brought them through a series of highly successful fall and spring seasons, as well as the re- cent winter indoor season. Though not large, the team is the most expe- rienced this community has ever fielded. It is composed of a core of ten members who have played to- gether continuously for the last two years under the tutelage of Coach Reinhardt: five of these are higR school seniors; Thomas Cardis, Mi- chael Cardis, Aaron Mugaas, Sean Perkins and Dwayne Smith, and five -are underclassmen; James Gas- coyne, Isaac Harris, Jasson Perkins, Pioneer Golf Classic In May The Sixth Annual Pioneer Classic Golf Tournament will be held at Twin Falls State Park, May 4-6. Practice. rounds will be May 3. The tourna- ment is a three-day 54 hole play men's and women's tournament on an 18-hole championship golf course. Gary Honaker David Boso East Golf Classic 17,000 For School Wright East High School Will receive $17,400 in a result of the second East High School held April 8 by The Hotel and sponsored by s resort. ; a wonderful opportunity classroom teacher in in Education' program Rowe said. manager of public rela- at The Green- money received from nts goes into the mini- hotel pays all the and other expenses for lear's tournament netted the mm~-grant program. t at the high Mrs Rowe said. ut $45,000 in grant ap- shows how popular This year's tournament features morning refreshments, afternoon food and beverages, social on Sat- urday evening and a variety of course prizes, grand prize drawings, tournament flight winners gift certifi- cates and championship prizes and trophies. don Hanson. "We appreciate every- The classic is a golfers' tourna- one who participated," he said. "We men, for men and women. For more also appreciate the cooperation of information, contact Twin Falls State The Greenbrier in making this tour- Park, P. O. Box 1023, Mullens nament possible." 25882 or call 1-800-CALL-WVA. Massey, Glenn Dave Farrow. Com- Were Gordon Hanson, ~, Ray Jordan, and third-place team Up of Phil McLaughlin, Harris, and Fred chairman was Gor- Day Bed Covers $17.00 and up... 50"X150" wide Drapes e 98"X356" wide Priscillas Comforters, Bedspreads, Pannels of all sizes. Rupert Route60 Moss Rudley, and Jon Roberts. Rounding out the roster for this spring are four members who have played one or more seasons with the team; senior Michael Stanton and underclassmen Kevin Crane, Daniel Cardis and Tony O'Brien. During their recent indoor season, the Lewisburg team traveled to four tournaments. In their first indoor competition at the Upshur County Christmas Tournament (Dec. 16) they won the round robin qualifying play-off, and then placed third in the finals. At the Upshur County Soccer Kick Tournament (Jan. 20), they lost two of their three qualifying matches and did not advance to the finals. The two qualifying losses were heart breakers. Each match was tied at the end of regulation play, and each one was lost in the second four min- ute sudden death overtime, which in indoor soccer is played without goal- ies. In the qualifying rounds of the Beckley Pepsi-Cola Tournament (Feb. 24) they tied 1, won 1 and lost 1, which was not good enough to advance them into the finals. At the Barbour County Invitational Tourna- ment (March 4) the team qualified for the championship game and came home with the second place trophy. All these indoor matches were played against club teams from communities which have strong high school soccer programs; Upshur County, Morgantown, Wood County, Monongatia County, Beckley, Hunt- ington, Ohio Valley, Elkins and Pitts- burgh. In these matches, victory and defeat rarely went beyond a one point margin and our players dem- onstrated that they could play on par with any group in West Virginia. Coach'Reinhardt and these players deserve to be congratulated for the recognition their efforts and dedica- tion have brought to the Lewisburg soccer program. i ii ii Let the LOCAL BOWLING RESULTS Seneca Mixed Game 1, Mary Butler .................................. 189 2. Eddie Fink .................................... 196 3 Lmda Rice ................................... 202 4 Jack Winebremmer ...................... 180 Series 1 Jack Winebremmer ...................... 511 2 Linda Rice .................................... 517 3, James Evans ................................ 506 Senior Citizens Game 1, Milbum Phillips .................... 171-172 2, Vada Woodson .................... 178-182 . Gay Roach ................................. 169 Bill Meadows ............................. 188 5. Newell Phillips ............................ 191 6 Paul Doss ................................... 181 . Betty Ma~n ......................... 170-193 Betty Doss ................................. 178 19'0. Lloyd Quick ................................ ~176 Bill MacKawicz ........................... 170 Little Levels Game Series Sue Beverage ....................... 171-172 Ronnie Madison .......................... 215 3. Jerry Keaton ................................ 191 4 Paul Doss ............................. 204-180 5, Joyce Doss .................................. 174 6. Pat Kidd ........................................ 174 Series 1 Pat Kidd ........................................ 481 2. Tom Sharp ................................... 480 3. Paul Doss .................................... 533 4. Joyce Doss .................................. 486 5. Ronnie Madison ........................... 516 6 Sue Beverage ............................... 512 Friday Mixed Game 1 Joan Dowdy .................................. 190 2. Duane Wielde ............................... 211 3 Ray Linton .................................... 190 4. John Coffman ........................ 213-192 5 Dean Upton ................................. 206 Series 2 Dean Upton ................................. 572 Donna Canaan ............................. 509 3 Norma Canaan ............................. 508 4. John Coffman ............................ 559 5 Ray Linton ................................... 524 6 Dave Brown ................................. 514 7 Duane Wiekle .............................. 558 Blue Grass Game 1. Jerry Smith ................................. 200 2. Larry Smith ................................ 201 3. Jim Alvey ............................. 214-203 4 Lewis Rhodes ............................. 213 5. Dick Scott ................................... 201 Chris Estep ................................ 206 Jon Donathan ............................. 206 8. Ronnie Davis .............................. 202 9. Bill Berardi ...... ............................ 212 10. Dickie Boggs ....................... 224-201 11, W, G. Burns ................................ 210 12 Bill Vinson ................................... 202 13 Dave Craft .................................. 202 14 Ralph Bestic ............................... 213 Series I. Jim Alvey ................................... 593 2. Wayne ~uick .............................. 556 3, Jerry Smith ................................. 586 ,~. Chris Estep ................................. 566 Bill Berardi .................................. 551 , Dickie Boggs .............................. 595 W. G. Bums ................................ 553 8. Dave Craft ................................. 569 9 Ralph Bostic ............................... 556 10. Jr Holliday ................................. 561 Greenbrier Comm. Game M. Young ...................................... 185 Rick Snedegar .............................. 189 3. Ken Moody ................................... 200 4. Tuckwiller .............................. 211-204 5. B. Alkire ........................................ 224 . Betty Martin .................................. 507 Lloyd Quick ................................... 460 3. Bill Meadows ................................ 496 4. Newell Phillips .............................. 480 5. Vada Woodson ............................. 503 6. Milbum Phillips ....................... : ..... 584 7. Paul Doss ..................................... 476 Valley Church ~.~ame I. Jack Winebremmer .................... 200 . Bill Egbert ............................ 212-201 Mike _,stroth ............................... 190 4. Randy Humphreys ...................... 212 5. Bill Berardi .................................. 193 . Ray Oxier ................................... 217 Chester Terry ...................... 202.191 8. Lee Evans .................................. 239 9. Hutsenpiller. ............................... 212 10. Mel Frazier ................................. 194 11. Roy Holliday .............................. 214 12, Jr. Holliday .......................... 239-190 13 Paul Boggs. Jr ............................ 192 14 Dave Ross ................................. 196 15. AI Chapman .............................. 206 16, Kelvin Gregory ............................ 212 17. Don Lilly ...................................... 214 19. K. Melda .................................... 215 Series 1 T. Brand, ..................................... 526 2. K Gregory ................................. 516 . P. Boggs ..................................... 521 , Dave Crane .............................. 523 5. Roy Holliday ............................... 589 6. Jr. Holliday .................................. 602 7. Lee Evans .................................. 571 8. Clayton Hutsenpiller ................... 563 19'0. Randy Humphreys ...................... 581 Chester Terry .............................. 575 11. Ray Oxier ................................... 549 12, Bill Berardi .................................. 569 13. Bill Eggert ................................... 537 14. JackW..inebremmer .................... 508 Rise & Shiners Game 1. Red Robinson ....................... 172-187 2, Sheila Fleshman ........................... 245 3. Nancy Hunter ........................ 243-200 SerJes I. Nancl~ Hunter ............................... 609 Red..obinson ............................... 527 Town & Country Game 1. Donna Canaan ........................... 200 2. Sheila Fleshman ........................ 245 3. Debbie H .................................... 182 4. Sharon Hicks ............................. 188 5, L, Deskins ................................... 184 . Joan Dowdy ................................ 207 Terri Shockley ............................ 188 8. Dee Wilson ................................. 182 19'0. Neva Boggs ................................ 199 Lenore Ca|es .............................. 193 6. M. Shane ...................................... 185 Series 7. Larry Allen .................................... 186 ~. Joan Dowdy ..... ;:: ........... 533 8. Dale Jackson ................................ 190 Neva Bo~,~ .............................. i...509 9. Jim Hunter ......................... i .......... 186 3: Lenore __._s ................................ 513 Know About Series 4. Donna Canaan ............................. 500 You, Sp otis ; Allen .................................... 518 Disney Characters B. Alkire ........................................ 539 Game 3 Tuckwiller ..................................... 569 1 Carol Spencer 180 4 Ken Moody ................................... 528 2: Betty Martin ...~ii~i~ iiii~iiiiiii 'i87:203 o. u~m ~unter .................................... b;.-~ 3. Patty Torten ........................... 188-215 4 Colleen Walton 189 Busy Beea .............................. Game Series 1. Norma Lill~/ ................................... 166 1. Debbie Hedrick ............................ 456 2. Kita Schm~dt .. ............................... 159 2. Colleen Walton ............................. 483 3. Robbie Boone ................ 162-168-171 3. Patty To,ten .................................. 570 4. Vada Woodson ...................... 167-179 4. Carol Spencer ............................. 473 5. Betty Martin .................................. 522 Series 6. Dot, Vaughan ............................... 463 1. 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