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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 3, 1990 Golf News 19 Soccer Results Lewlst~urg Junior High School Golf Team (left to right, front row) MI- chael Sheets, Jared Patton, David Shay, Brian Barfield, Russell Boggs, (back row) Corey McQuade, David Smith, J. J. Childers, Craig Brown, Steve Whitt. Junior High's golf team traveled to the Shawnee golf course in Char- leston April 23 to play against three . junior high teams -- John Adams, ranked number two in Kanawha County; Dupont Junior High and Hayes Junior High. Lewisburg claimed the victory over John Adams by one stroke. Lewisburg beat Dupont by eight and Hayes by Shay scored 48. D-player Brian Barfield 55. E-player J. J. Childers had 58. On April 25 the team trav- eled to the Big Bend course in Char- leston to take on number-one ranked Stonewall Jackson and McK- inley Junior High. Lewisburg was once more the winner by 14 strokes over Stonewall and beat McKinley by 20 strokes. Jared Patton scored Lewisburg's U-19 soccer team opened its season at Marlinton April 19 with a marsh against Green Bank. Lewisburg scored three goals in the first half and then held score- less through the second period. Isaac Harris opened scoring for [.~;- wisburg when Dwadne Smith selved him a pass at the mouth of the goal and he tapped it in. Green Bank an- swered shortly after with a goal of their own. Dwayne Smith made Lewisburg's second goal on a beau- tiful ct~ip shot that arched into tile goal from about 20 yards out. Near the end of the first period Isaac I-lar- is scored on another pass from )wayne Smith and the half ended with Lewisburg leading 3 to 1. A de- termined Green Bank team ratiLed late in the second half and scored twice before the final whistle to tie the score. Lewisbufg played its second match of the season at home April 22 against Hillsboro. Hillsboro opened scoring midway through the first period on a breakaway and held on to finish the half with a 1 point advantage. In the second half Lewisburg's offense picked up the pace and Dwayne Smith scored on b,mk ~] I < ~t :] ~!es of tt]e match to sco:e h'o :ore (~oais and tak'- b,o~] }