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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 16, 1990 1B By JAMES CREWS fisherman stopped a few fishing stories the and told me it was that other fisher- tile same troubles lie referring to a col- Wrote a few weeks ago at my fishing trips. As me, I had spent a lot g up in trees or my jig just as 1 tile best spot in tile tile great things about and fishing is that you haw., to be success- great day. Some of outdoors would be failures if you counted or fish caught. Inted hard during the gObbler season, I hunted ever), day but when 1 go, it would drive me other hunters told they were really gob- lways amazed when 1 Lg and actually see COurse, the game are great but when along and look side, just the idea close to a big buck or a is aln ost unbeliev- and 1 am looking lorward to tile i'naklng t)l .some more good tllenlories. I have llad several f.,eOl.'qe tell me abuut seeing large flock,,, of young turkeys and young grot>,e. There is going to ix' a lot of monster bucks this fall if any of the stories I anl i~earing are true. 1 believe more people have told me of seeing bucks with big racks this year than anv other vea r. There was so much food last year, the deer came through the winter in great shape. It is too early to tell what fo()d is going t() be available for tile game this latl. 1 don't think that there will be tile oak crop that there was last year but it could be a good year tar grapes and wild cherry. On the Local Front lames Mason from Clinton- ville caught a 3 pound, 8 ounce snaalhnouth in the New River. He was fishing at Sandstone us- ing a yellow jitterbug. The fish was 20 inches long. like to see what is next ridge or around When I grouse Ik a lot of old logging llloSt grouse are the mouth of the hol- tlSUa}lv COllie out in of tile read. My dog, SOon learned this and get ahead of around tile curve and Sight. It was always a up to her and see 1 lost Candy September but 1 good memories of and poor ones. l a new dog this fall James Mason Messenger Brings Good' News TIRE & AUTO CENTER ndlerResponse radial 52 on set oF 4 2 or more, ea. low as 50,000-mile tread wear-out warranty Aramid-over-steel folded belt... 30% stronger shoulder than conventional radial All-weather traction whitewall Mounted FREE Size 2ormore, eo. P155~0R13 $33.99 P165/80R13 43.99 P175/80R13 48.99 P185/80R13 53.99 P185/75R14 56.99 P19~75R14 58.99 P20~75R14 59.99 P205~5R15 60.99 P215/75R15 61,99 P225/75R15 62.99 P23~75R15 63.99 Dale Hoke Named Captain Dale Hoke Dale Hake, son of Gary and Barbara Hake of Second Creek, has been named Captain of the Greenbrier East Boys' Cross Country Team for the 1990 sea- son. A senior at Greenbrier East, Dale was the fourth East runner last year as the Spartans placed ,venth in the West Vir- ginia State Championship meet. This year he will lead a squad that is expected to be one of the top five teams in the state and possibly a serious contender for the state chan- pionship. Dale is a member of the Na- tional Honor Society at East. He has accumulated a 3.7 grade point average for his high school career and last sernester had a Engineering and Computer Sci- ence aim plans to earn a college degree in one or both of these areas, This fall he will attend Space Academy 11 in Huntsville, Alabama. An all-around athlete, Dale also lettered m track last year. He participated in the state championships as a member of East's 4 x 800 meter relay team. In addition to his recreational pursuits include basketball and tennis. This and triathlons, plac- ing second overall in the Farmer's Day IOK Classic at Un- ion and eight in the Eastern U.S. High most unusual competitions was the New River Valley Quadrathlon at Radford, Vir- ginia. In this race, he swam 1/2 mile, biked 133 1/2 n-files, ran 5.3 n'files, and then canoed 2 miles to finish sixth overall. In announcing his selection as Captain, Coach Bedford McClin- tic praised Dale's leadership skills in addition to his academic and athletic abilities. According to Coach McClintic, Dale is typi- cal of Greenbrier East Cross Country athletes, "Good stu- dents and good athletes make great cross country runners" he stated. Adding that "it's a real pleasure to work with a group of student-athletes who are so suc- cess oriented," Both the boys' and girls' teams are preparing for the sea- son opener at Saint Mary's Sep- tember 1. "ream Practice sessions began August 13. Students inter- ested in participating should contact Coach McClintic (497- 2653 or 497-29921) or leave a message at the school. l ,strict Tennis Butch Matheny, assistant director of the tournament with KatiA Buck durina the cnoknut EIIsworth Buck and Ethan Anderson Marion Gordon, Amanda McClung during cookout t Brandon Shaver, Justin McClung and Cam Huffman enjoy the events of the day. Let the Know About Your Sports The Lewisburg 1990 Junior Open Tennis Tournament was held at Hollowell Park, Augu'st 2 through 5. Players from the Ohio Valley, Virginia and West Vir- ginia competed in the 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and under divisions. A cookout was held for the players on Friday evening while the matches continued. It was the largest tournament in the district to date. Tournament Director, Ron Bohrnstedt said "I wish to thank the City of Lewisburg, Butch Matheny, Farmer Mac's, Subway and all who volun- teered to make this a successful event for junior tennis. Boys 18 and under singles: Randy Belt of Bluefield defeated Matthew Scaring of Beckley 6-0, 6-4; Boys 16 and under singles: Ethan Edwards, Bluefield de- feated David Massmople, Beck- ley 4-6, 6-3, 6-2; Boys 14 and un- der singles: Chris True, Beckley defeated Ry Bohrnstedt, Lewis- burg 6-2, 6-4; Boys 12 and under singles: John Jividen, Hurricane defeated Alex Miller, Fairmont 6-2, 3-6, 6-3; Boys 10 and under: Drew Smith, Beckley defeated Bradley Lewis, Charleston 7-5, 6- 3; Girls 18 and under singles: Keri Elgin, Maurertown, Vir- ginia by default; Girls 16 and under singles: Leigh Claire LaBerge, Blacksburg, Virginia downed Emily Gibb, Pearisburg, Virginia 4-6, 7-5, 6-2; Girls 14 and under singles: Emily Gibb, Pearisburg, Virginia over Tifanie Lewis, Charleston 6-3, 6-0; Girls 12 and under singles: Tifanie Lewis, Charleston defeated Cyndi Ball, Beckley 6-l, 64); Girls 10 and under: Mackenzie Lemma of Charleston beat Erica Lemma of Charleston 6-0, 6-0; Boys 18 and under -- doubles: Kevin Bowers-Randy Belt over ,John Dameron-Dale Hake &0, 6- 0; Boys 16 and under -- doubles: Mark McClung:Shane Ander- son, Lewisburg defeated Ry Bohrnstedt-Jason Long, Lewis- burg 7-6, 4-6, 6-2; Boys 14 and under- doubles: Ry Bohrnst- edt-Reid Matheny, Lewisburg over Jason Long-Mark McClung, Lewisburg, 6-2, 6-3; Boys 12 and under -- doubles: Thomas Bohrnstedt, Lewisburg-Alex Miller, Fairmont downed Bra- dley Lewis, Charleston-Robert Gibb, Pearisburg 6-4, 6-3; Boys 10 and under -- doubles: no doubles; Girls 14 and under --- doubles: Stacey Worley-Monette Jerezi, Beckley defeated Emily Gibb, Pearisburg-Heather McMullin, Beckley 6-0, 6-0.; -- East Golf There will be a meeting August 17, 10 a.m.,for any- one interested in playing golf at Greenbrier East High School. Candidates must have a physical completed before the meeting. Forms may be picked up in the front office of Greenbrier East High School. t Get any set of 4 tires balanced or rebalanc 1/2 PRICE Ibru 8/31 g Power, 45"mOnth Warranty NOURS: Mon. - "rhurs. 9AM -6PM; Fd. 9 AM. 8 PM; Sat. 9AM - 6PM 645-3121 "Your New Connection To Better Lighting" ='"= 256-2200 II 1-800-642-2762 II,lmllllO m Working To Make Your Life A Little Brighter 456 Ragland Road, Beckley Sarah Neville Sarah Neville, 1990 West Vir- ginia State Women's Amateur Golf Champion, was the hon- oree at a reception at Valley View Country Club in White Sulphu r Springs. This was Ms Neville's fifth year in the state competition. She placed fourth when she was fifteen years of age. She was run- n r-up in last year's competition. The state title was Ms Neville's after a sudden death playoff against defending champion, Sue Vail. Daughter of Earl and Donna Neville of White Sulphur Springs, Ms Neville is a junior at James Madison University of Harrisonburg, Virginia and a member of the university's golf team. Classifieds 647-5724