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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 3, 1990 1B East Baseball Results orner By JAMES CREWS need to sharpen your skills and support a good do both by attending shoot at the Dawn Club. will be held at the Wil- Trap Range at Hinton May qe purpose of the shoot the return of bobwhite West Virginia. The $20 per team -- two There will be 25 targets Prizes will be awarded is sponsored by the Chapter of Quail Un- further information, you Marty Smith in Lewis- Larry Case in Bill Goodwin in 253-2102 and Randy at 425-8250. ere not familiar with Quail it is a national non-profit organization. Most realize that quail popula- te decrease because loss. Quail Unlimited was 1981 to combat habitat to increase quail popula- habitat management, tend educational programs operates on a local system with 80 per monies raised being re- 'the local and state level. inception, Quail Unlimited to about 280 chaoters Joe Boswell ! and Matt i baseball Camp City of Lewisburg will Sl~nsor a Mini-baseball bdys and girls 8 to 12 age, June 19 mrough at Hollowell Park Lewisburg City Hall 'or details, tball In June Annual, Spartan ' will be June 25 29 at Greenbrier East Jerry Bradley, head COach at East will serve | for the camp which is ! and girls ages 8-14. )s from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Pre-regis- $40 (there will be a evemng Sunday week at the high from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.) the day of the hae approximately 150 Greenbrier, Sum- Monroe and Raleigh Year. will receive a free report card, and to win prizes Greenbrier East COach Peck Dorsey assistant camp director high coaches com- Greenbrier East and Spartans serve as ,so each child received ersonal attention and )nterested parent or like to have appli- more information, act Coach Bradley at or write Green- Route 2, with permission of the Greenbrier and in City of Lewis- and 45,000 memb-ersnafionwide. Trout fishermen have been doing really great in the past few weeks. I have seen more big trout this spring than I can ever remember. " Anthony Creek has been receiv- ing some big rainbow. Joe Boswell of Lewisburg caught one of these fish; a 3-1/4 pound, 20-1/4 inch rain- bow. Joe had two helpers on the trip, his sons, Joey and Matt. Charlie Campbell has the biggest trout I have seen this spring. The big rainbow as another Anthony Creek product. Charlie's fish was 22-1/2 inches long and weighed 4 pounds, 5 ounces The first day of spring gobbler season was a beautiful day. My dad and I were out long before sunrise to kick off another season. After a long walk, we came to a small ridge where we could hear gobblers from any direction. At 6:30, a big gobbler let the world know he was alive and ready to fight. Dad and I split up and got on each side of the gobbler and the hunt was on. The gobbler de- cided to go toward Dad and he got to see the turkey strutting up a storm. The only problem was that the gobbler caught Dad in the open and decided to head for safer terri- tory. We did hear a jake bird and saw some hens but the hunt was over for that day. It was a great way to spend a beautiful spring morning. Charlie Campbell Softball Meeting The Lewisburg Softball League will meet Tuesday, May 8, 7 p.m. 'at the Lewisburg Fire House. Directed by the City of Lewis- burg. Reed Matheny (left) Ry Bohrnstedt and Thomas Bohrnstedt Ry Bohrnstedt and Reed Matheny, both of Lewisburg, ranked first in the 12 and under division by the West Virginia District Tennis As- sociation. They won two doubles titles including the state champion- ships held in Beckley. Ranked num- ber two in the same division were eleven year olds Thomas Bohrnst- edt of Lewisburg and Alex Muller of Fairmont. In the 12 and under singles divi- sion, Andy Culicerto of Beckley ranked number one (1), Alex Miller of Fairmont, two (2). The three Lewisburg boys took the next three spots with Ry Bohrn- stedt number 3, Thomas Bohrnstedt number 4 and Reed Matheny num- ber 5. In their first season of competitive tennis, these juniors had an excep- tional year. Fairmont Track Meet BOYS 1. Wheeling Park, 113; 2. Bu'c~- hannon, 87; 3. North Marion, 65; 4, West Fairmont, 63; 5. Jefferson, 56; 6. Morgantown, 51; 7. Greenbrier East, 32; 8. Elkins, 28; 9. East Fair- mont, 24; 10. Keyser, 15; 11. Cen- tral Preston, 12; 12. Frankfort, 7; 13. Nitro, 2; 14. Phillip Barbour, 0; 15. West Preston 0. High Point Scorer, Kent Modlin, 15 points. First Place Winner, Kent Modlin, high jump 5'8". Third Place, Aaron Mugaas; 800 meter run; 2:05:1, Kent Modlin, 400 meter dash, 54.1 3-way tie for third. Fourth Place; Nathan Stroud; 1600 meter run; 4:46:4. 4x800 meter relay (Aaron Mugaas, Noel Dehaven, Rick Moore, Nathan Stroud) 8:49:9. 4x400 meter relay (Kent Modlin, Robert Carson, Nathan Stroud, Aaron Mugaas) 3:47:9. GIRLS 100 meter dash, Sheri Bumgarner, first place; 200 meter dash, Sheri Bumgarner, first place; 400 meter run, Sheri Bumgarner, first place; 800 meter run, Jennifer Weikle, second place; High Jump, Natasha Slater, third place; 4x100 relay (Lea-Ann Robinson, Missy Patterson, Natasha Slater & April Harrison, fifth place; Shot Put, Amanda Coleman, fifth place. Team Points: 52, Team Place: 5th. High Point Trophy, Sheri Bumgarner, 31 points. Individual Scoring: Sheri Bumgarner 31 points, Natasha Slater 6.5 points, Jennifer Wykle 9 points; Amanda Coleman 2 points, Lavon Claytor 1 point, Shawn Claytor 1 point, Lea-Ann Robinson .5 point, Missy Patterson .5 point, April Harrison .5 point. League The Second Greenbrier East men's Summer League will be held again this summer at the Gym in Fairlea. Jerry Bradley, East head basketball coach, will serve as sum- mer league director. Play will begin in June and end the first week in August with a tournam.ent. Scoring leaders and game summaries will be published and champions will re- ceive T-Shirts. Entry in the league is $50. The schedule will depend upon the number of teams entered. Con- tact Jerry Bradley at 645-1124 in the evenings to sign up. Deadline is June 1. Five students of Bo's Tae Kwon Do Academy, Lewisburg, competed in the Fifth Annual Central WV Karate Class held at Sutton March 31. Jeff Mauzy of Lewisburg captured first place in the young men's Green belt division in the fighting competition. David Waselchalk of White Sulphur Springs won fourth place in the men's Gold belt division in forms. Also competing successfully were Jason McClure of Lewis- burg, Cathy Sponaugle of Ronceverte and Ross Bolen of Lewisburg. Black belt instructor Danny Hutchens was awarded third place in fight- ing and fourth place in forms. AS SEEN ON TV! Now available by fast UPS delivery to your door! Lighter Fluid can't discolor finish! Fire won't scorch paint Job! 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Greenbrier East and Oak Hill played 4 innings of no-hit baseball before the Spartans were able to explode for 5 runs in the 5th inning to earn the victory. Though the Red Devils were able to score 4 runs in the 6 to close the gap, the Spartans added 2 more in- surance runs in their at-bat in the sixth for the 7-4 score Richard Banton was the winning pitcher going 5-1/3 inmngs striking out 6 and giving up 4 hits to improve his record to 2-0. Scott Weikle came in in the 6th to pitch the last 1-2/3 innings to get his 3rd save. The Spartans were led offen- sively by Allen Weikle who went 2-2 and Dan Schick who went 1-3 with 3 RBIs and Kevin O'Neil who went 1-4 with a double and 1 RBI. April 24 the Spartans traveled to Beckley for the fifth stop on their 1990 victory tour, and ttlen thir- teenth win for East, as riley took an week the Spartans were able to beat Woodrow. April 25 the Spa~ans were on the road again, this time traveling to Bluefield to tangle with Independ- ence in a semi-final game of the Copplnger Tournament. Dan Schick pitched 6 tubings striking out 6 and allowing 2 runs in picking up his second victory of the season. Scott Weikle pitched the last inning to win his second save of the week and his 4th of the season. Dan Schick made things easy on himself by going 3-3 and driving in 3 runs while Sam Johnson, Kevin O'Neil and Scott Weikle weni 1-2 and drove in 1 run apiece Thursday afternoon the Moun- taineers from Alteghany came west on 1-64 to play East at Fairlea. Atleghany started things off in a hurry with their first 2 batters scoring to take an early 2-0 lead after 1. With that lead it was the first time the Spartans had been behind in 6 games But the Spartans were not to be denied, scoring 1 run in bob tom of the 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 2 in the 6 the Spartans walked away with a 5-2 victory 8-4 victory. Dan Schick once again led the Adam Criddle was the winning Spartans as he went 3-3 with a pitcher going 5-1/3 innings striking ground rule double and an RBI. out 3 and giving up 5 hits on the Sam Johnson went 2-4 with 2 way to earning his third victory. Mark Persinger came. in in the sixth to pitch 1 inning of relief. Kent Redden came in in the seventh to pitch the last 2/3 innings to earn his first save. Greg Kaiser led the Spartans on the offensive end going 2-2. Scott Weikle followed going 2-4 with a double and 2 RBIs. Sam Johnson did his part by going 1-4 with 2 RBIs. This was the record rime'in a ground rule doubles and drove in a run. Richard Banton went 1-2 and drove In a run, and Dawd Shiftier went I-1 with an RBI. Allen Weikle was the winning pit~her going 7 innings striking out 2 and walking 1 to improve his record to 4-0. As of April "~6 the Spartans were 15-1 and had won 6 games in a row. More Sports, Page 2-B OALL for your all. systems. a hs ttle as $50:00 a month. 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