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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 8, 1990 1B Junior Varsity Larry Smead's )leted a 4-4 sea- Alleghany High lnia's JV's 28-0 In night contest No- players for the Spar- Ryan Woods and both of whom touchdown runs who caught a The entire de- noted by Coach having only al- downs. their last three 'tans also de- Wilson of 12-8 in a game October 25. scored an 8 yard run with 2:52 re- the winning margin Wilson scoring an run in the Wyatt Taylor being Coach Smead for Ronnie Kil- for blocking a and the defense two Beckley also spotlighted. sophomores, in ad- eight game sched- practice opposition Spartans, who the State Class as the fourth in the state. L. Bruce at Law Randolph Street Suite 29 .O/Box 388 SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE i iI WV 24901 Legal Service x 25' The attorneys team of Brenda Smith and Barry Weese moved into first place last week with a 14-1 record in the Greenbrier Health Center Racquetball league. East Defeats Bridgeport 26---3 On To Play-Off November 10 The league is at midpoint In the first round of play. Anyone interested in entering a team in the next round, which is sched- uled to start November 29, or playing currently as an individ- ual alternate, should contact Ray Wiley at the Center (645- 3476) or Dick Evans (653-4927 evenings). STANDINGS Team W -- L Smtth/Weese 14 -- 1 Bruce/Wanzer 13 -- 2 Seneca 8 -- 2 Meriwether/Walters 5 -- 5 ABB 6 -- 9 Jackendoff/Melda 4 -- 11 Pickups 3- 12 Mayo/Fields 2- 13 Individual W -- L B. Bruce 6- 0 S. Miller 4 -- 0 B. Smith 4 -- 0 D. Merlwether 2- 0 S. Waiters 2 -- 0 T. Kozak 5- 1 B. Weese 3 -- I D. Wanzer 4 -- 2 D. Evans 2 -- 2 A. Reinkopfs 2 -- 2 K. Mayo 2 -- 4 K. Melda 2 -- 4 R. Dulee I -- 3 S. Jackendoff I -- 5 J. Myers A. Youmans S. Fields K. Harper By Jim Shepherd The Greenbrler East High School football Spartans tuned up for the Class AAA play-offs November 2 as they convincingly defeated the strong Bridgeport Indians 26-3. The Indians were ranked second in Class AA going into the game based on an 8-I record, with six of their victories coming over AAA teams. The Spartans were ranked fourth in AAA and assured themselves of playing at home in first round play-offs with the victory. The Spartans' opponent will be Wheeling Park. That game will be played Saturday, November 10, at 1:30 p.m. at East. The Spartans boosted their record to 9-I but it was far from an easy win. In fact, the scrappy Indians trailed only 7-3 at the half. The field goal, which was to be the Indian's only score, came with just two seconds left in the half when Kam Deverick booted it through from 32 yards out. It was his sixth of the season. Surely the Indians missed Jeff Hess, a 1000-yard rusher this season, who was injured and dld not play, but the real story of the game was the fierce Spartan de- fense and the punishing running of Mike Patterson and Steve Wilson. The pair of backs ac- counted for 305 of the Spartans 319 rushing yards and all four touchdowns. Patterson scored on runs of I, 2 and 23 yards as part of his 122 yard total and Wilson pounded for 183 yards 0- 2 More, Sports? 0 2 0-6 See Page 4-B 0-=6 @ @ % @ ERIES 2000 TAPE RULE or 3/8" x 100' TAPE RULE Choose the =ize you need It IpICill INlving$ #44-2125, #;35-100 YOUR CHOICE 20"TOOLBOX Z)A fflFF (XL-IaCC) on 22 carries. Wilson scored his touchdown from seven yards out in the final minute of play. Meanwhile, the Spartan de. fense was shutting down a potent Indian offense, allowing just 189 total yards for the game, and only 87 In the second half. On a beautiful evening, under a Hunter's Moon, the two teams played nearly errorless bail. Sam Johnson registered the only turn over of the game when he Inter- cepted a Tommy Brown pass late In the fourth quarter. That set up Wilson's seven yard TD run. The Indians were penalized only once for five yards and the Spar- tans were flagged five times for 40 yards. Steve Wilson led all rushers with 22 carries for 183 yards and one touchdown. Mike Pat- terson carries 25 times for 122 yards and three touchdowns. Quarterback Sidney Coles com- pleted three of six passes for 43 yards. For the Indians, John AI- iveto had 72 yards on 13 carries and Andy Grogg added 20 yards on eight attempts. Quarterback Tommy Brown completed four of nine passes for 69 yards with one interception. SUMMARY: Spartans 0, 7. 12, 7, 26. Indians 0, 3. 0. 0. 3. Scoring: Spartans - Patterson I yd run (Johnson kick); Patterson 2 yd run (kick failed); Patterson 23 yd run (pass failed); Wilson 7 yd run (Johnson kick) Indians - Deverick 32 yd field goal. Rainelle Academy Soccer Champs The Ralnelle Christian Acad- emy (RCA) soccer team captured the State Soccer Tournament for the West Virginia Christian Edu- cation Association. The tourna- ment was held on the campus of Appalachian Bible College at Bradley. Having defeated the number one seeded team in the seml-finals, the championship game October 28 matched the eagles of Ralnelle Christian Academy with the number two seeded 7t2hrtsClan School of Huntington. Having lost to the soldiers of Grace (4-0) in September, RCA was not ex- pected to win its first state tour- nament. However, a determined RCA squad of 24 players pre- vailed in what was to be the first state tournament to be decided by one of sport's most exciting events, a shoot-out. With regula- tion time ending in a tie (1-1), two 10 minute overtimes were played. At the end of both over- times the score was still knotted 1-1. 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According to Gordon Robertson, spokesperson for the Wildlife Resources Section, only antlered deer may be taken dur- ing the first four days while deer of either sex may be killed the last two days of the season. All West Virginia counties are open for the season except Logan, Mingo, McDowell and Wyoming. Robertson said a major change In muzzleloadlng regula- tions this year allows hunters who have taken more than one deer prior to the muzzleloading season to participate in the two- day either sex portion of muzzle- loading season in all counties open for the taking of antlerless deer on December 21-22. In previous years, this oppor- tunity was not available to hunt- ers who had taken a deer before muzzleloading season, Robertson said. A bow cannot be substituted for a muzzleloading firearm dur- ing the muzzleloading deer sea- son. Only single shot muzzle- loading rifles and pistols with iron sights and minimum .38 caliber may be used, Robertson said. Hunters must possess a Sportsman's Class X license, which Includes the muzzleloader deer stamp or a valid Class A hunting license and the Class V muzzleloading deer stamp, he said. The cost of a muzzleloading deer stamp is $5 and may be purchased from any hunting and fishing license agent or DNR of- fice in Charleston or Elkins. With the number of deer available this year. the muzzle- loading season will probably re- sult in a record kill. I have never seen very many deer while hunting even though I spend a lot of time in the woods. I only saw four or five deer dur- ing the firearms season last year but at least two of these were bucks. I can drive through an area when other people are see- ing all kinds of deer and I won't see any. I am amazed that I have been able to take a buck almost every year. This year has been an exception. It seems every time I turn around, there Is a deer looking at me. I know I won't get a buck this year because I am seeing too many deer now. 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I slowly walked toward the deer and again got pretty close before It decided to take off. It Is a lot of fun watching the wildlife that ltves all around us. On the Local Front The turkey and deer hunters are doing well. Austin Morgan Is shown with a 19-pound gobbler he got at Second Creek. Bill Adklns has a nice turkey he got on the 25th of October. Thomas Falls has a nice eight-point buck he took with his bow. Austin Morgan Bill Adklns Thomas Falls JIM McCUTCHEON, Managing Agent FOR BROCHURES & INFORMATION CALL I I OR STOP BY 117 EAST WASHIN~T(3N ST,, LEWISSURG