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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 4, 1990 1B By JAMES CREWS wanting to hake a check out the hunt- for fall and I got last Saturday. I he was free so t Scott and I picked we were off. to check out an we had spring I took my cam- In case some kind of up and Scott took to walk an old into a deserted All that's left are a rock and some fruit Wild grapes hanging trees and that is If or the game. In one igle, three grouse of them appeared birds. The grouse going to be up this grape thickets will spots. to the grapes, we bit of red oak and squirrels were el- the oak. We did oak acorns and a around a curve that overlooked a I caught a glimpse running, It was a He was away, running up while making putts. I tried to get but he was mov- for me to pick him pictures of a who had built the trail. It gives to run into one of walking into a the dark. squirrels dur- in spite of the is going to be a squirrel hunt. Was lagging behind One of his war yells back and see fOund. He had spot- " turtles sitting along He wanted to but I told hlm for win- not bother down beside them picture. turkey feathers birds and lots of We also found around the old winter but it will be scattered. The key to hunting this season will be finding pockets of food. As the food is used up in one location, the game will move. It was great to spend a cool fall afternoon in the woods with my dad who taught me to enjoy the outdoors so much and be able to teach my own son some of the same things. You don't have to hunt to enjoy the out- doors: just take a walk and you will be amazed at the wildlife you will see. On the Local Front Bill Adkins is shown with a blg ginseng root he dug this fall. Donald R. Beightol from South Charleston is shown with a smallmouth that was 21 inches long and weighed 4 pounds, I I ounces. The same day he caught another bass that was 21 inches long and weighed 3 pounds, 12 ounces. He and his fishing buddy, Bill Igo of Lewlsburg, were fishing in the Greenbrier River. and game we saw is any indlca- across the going to be a great '. I believe there will food for game this Bill Adkina Donald Beightol Let the Messenger Know About Your Sports SATELLITE SYS ed dealer for Crosley & Toshiba Camcorders & VCR's for your service on all systems. Satellite System installed for as little as $50.00 a month. Office 536-4180 Oldest in the business, for 7 years "647.4528 Howard Fraley, Jr. - 536-2490 * No Down Payment on A OCT. 6 10am-4pm OCT. 7 lpm- 5pm BY THE BEAR/JENNINGS REPRESENTATIVE. BOW IN FOR A TUNE-UP. THE PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE WILL ANSWER QUESTIONS AND HELP SOLVE PROBLEMS. SHOPPING CENTER FAIRLEA, WV 645-3885 Winning team from the LJHS Golf Classic: Tommy Hayes (left) Roger Boone, Jerry Groves and Bill McMillion Second Place Golf Classic Team: Bill Johnson (left), Nora Johnson, Tom Akers, Bob Davis. Offered To Handicapped Hunters who have disabilities will be able to hunt behind locked gates on specially desig- nated Monongahela National Forest roads this fall in a trot program. Forest Service and West Virginia Department of Natural Resources officials an- nounced the g,:.'d'ines under which these hunters may par- ticipate in the program. Hunters holding Class Q li- censes must apply in person at the appropriate Ranger District office for a letter of authoriza- tion, signed by the District Ranger. This letter must be in the possession of the hunter while they are hunting. Each Class Q license holder may be accompanied by no more than one assistant while actually hunting in the restricted areas. The assistant may hunt as well as the Class Q license holder, but the assistant must be out of the vehicle while actually hunt- ing, as required by state law. The gates will be accessible to the authorized hunters via a special lock, to which the hunter will have a key. Sharing of keys is prohibited, and each letter of authorization will be good for a three day period only, at which time the key must be returned. Keys may be picked up no more than two days before the ap- proved dates of hunting. While behind the gate, the hunter must observe all Forest regula- tions, including those prohibit- ing all off road driving. The individual District Ranger will determine the number of au- thor~ed hunters to be in an area at the same time. Signing will be provided at the entrance of the road to explain the program. Officials of the Forest Service and the Department of Natural Resources are interested in the success of this program, but stress this year is a trail year to see how the program works. The trail will be for the entire hunt- ing season, encompassing both small and large game. While only a few roads have been identified to use for a trail this year, offi- cials say the program may be expanded or refined next year ff there is sufficient interest. Specific roads included in the program this year are the Marlin Mountain Road (FR 300) and the Crooked Fork Road (FR 251) on the Marlinton Ranger District, and the Little River Loop Road (FR 97) on the Greenbrler Ranger District. Interested indi- viduals may call those districts at 799-4334 for the Marlinton District or 456-3335 for the Greenbrier District. Lewisburg Junior Football News Under-19 Soccer News Third Place Golf Classic Team: Richard Brown (left), John Murphy, Tommy Givens and Charlie Alderman. Lewisburg Junior Hi Classic Winners Announced The second annual Lewisburg Junior High Golf Classic was held September 19, with ap- proximately 19 teams participat- ing. Awards were given to the first place team which was sponsored by Crawford's Food Center. This team consisted of Tommy Hays, Roger Boone, Jerry Groves and Bill McMlllion. The second place team, spon- sored by Bluegrass Electric was Bill Johnson, Nora Johnson, Tom Akers and Bob Davis. The third place team, spon- sored by The Greenbrier Hotel 647-5030 or 392-5030 and Gardens was Richard Brown, John Murphy, Tommy Givens, and Charlie Alderman. Awards were also given for closest to the pin to Gary Am- bier, and the longest drive to Gina McClure. A special thanks to Gordon Hanson, the tournament direc- tor. Also, thanks to Runyon Dis- tributing for their donations and services, and to all the golfers and the Elks Country Club. All proceeds from the tourna- ment went to the L,JHS General Account for maps, computer supplies, and other Instructional materials. The Lewlsburg Senators are 3-1 for the season with a win over Stratton 47-0. Scoring for Lewisburg were Ben Carson on a pass from Jody Bennett; Jason Long, 2 touchdowns; Kenny Adkins, 2 touchdowns; Jody Bennett ran for 1 touchdown and threw for another; Nathan Turner, i touchdown. The Senators had a total of 350 yards while holding Stratton to 88 total yards. The offensive line include Sean Goodwin, Steve Holliday, Matt Moore, Don Ritter, Bryan Warren, Brain Hall, Jason Harris and Mark McClung. Grant Jones and Matt Baldwin led a fired-up and tough defense for the Senators. The score by quarter was: 6-0; 28-0; 41-0; and 47-0. The Lewlsburg Senators will travel to Park Junior High School, Beckley, this week. Game time October 4, 7 p.m. be- fore hosting Beckley in two weeks for the Homecoming. Junior Tennis Academy The newly formed Greenbrier Valley Tennis Academy (GVTA) will officially begin operation in November. offering tennis In- structional programs to begin- ning, intermediate, and ad- vanced juniors (ages 6-18). These fall and winter classes will be c ,nducted indoors at the West Virginia Fairgrounds after school through March 1991. All classes will be technical in nature which will include the basic grips and fundamental stroke production, tennis rules, and etiquette of the game. The advanced classes will also in- clude spins, drills for power and control, and court strategy. GWI'A will emphasize the "fun" aspect of the game. Enrollment is now being taken for the first session of classes beginning the week of November 4. For information on class schedules, registration. and fees. call 645-7496. Enroll- ment is limited and will be taken on a "first-come basis." Owned & 01 rated By Certified Black Belt Instructors Wayne Perkins & Danny Hutchens Offering Training In The Art Of TAE KWON DO Training Programs Include SELF DEFENSE. FORMS FREE-STYLE FIGHTING TOURNAMENT COMPETITION PHILOSOPHY & HISTORY for one month s 31. 1990 and present this ad to recieve a FREE uniform valued at $30 The Lewlsburg Under 19 Soc- cer team moved into the win col- umn last week with two impres- sive victories. On September 25, Lewisburg hosted The Eagles from Ralnelle Christian Academy (RCA) the home team took the opening touch-off quickly into the Rainelle half. A Lewisburg direct free kick was defected, resulting in a corner kick, James Gas- coyne lofted the ball to the far post near the six-yard mark where David Hawley went high to head it into the goal, giving the home team an early lead. Rainelle, however, dominated the match for the remainder of the first half, winning the 50/50 balls at midfield, controlling the tempo of the game, and firing numerous shots on goal. One shot, at 35 'minutes, found the mark to tie the score, and that's how things stood at halftime. It was clear from the start of the second half that the Lewis- burg squad was fired up. Within five minutes there was a scramble irt front of the Eagles goal and center forward Isaac Harris knocked the ball Into the cords. Rainelle came back with a score at the 60-minute mark to even things up at two, but Le- wlsburg was not done scoring. Ten minutes later Gascoyne, from his right wing position, broke through the Eagle defense on the dribble, and beat the goalkeeper in a one on one matchup. 3-2. This was followed at 18 minutes by a deep David Hawley throw-In, headed Into the net by Harris. 4-2. Ralnelle managed one more goal, but the local team held on to knotch their first win of the season against 3 losses. Lewis- burg will face the Eagles again October 4 at 5 p.m, at RCA. Sea "Soccer", Page 8-B More Sports Page 8-B T & E COLLECTABLES I I I IIIIII III I Die Cast Collector Cars NASCAR - Monster 4X4 Trucks- Feul Dragsters Funny Cars $4.99 each Processing Titles & Licenses Directly to D.M.V. Mon.- Thurs. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m, Sot. 10 a.m.- I p.m. Phone 645-6901 Y ? i: i! ii i'i i