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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 6, 1990 1B Sports Quiz by Allan OrnMein season over, the quiet clown and the take on a slower, pace. to hundreds of deer during the past two everyone had a great they got a buck or sometimes hard to what hunters see in before daylight, freez- cold or burning up a high ridge. To it, you have to do it. first begin to hunt, often the most impor- of the hunt. As the go by, the ac- of game is only a part rice. h many other sports, its unpleasant ma- n hunters cause accidents or do thip.gs other hunters look It we must remember is good and bad in It is unfair to judge as bloodthirsty kill- of the actions of a By far, hunters g friends and who do a lot to pro- sport and also protect Sports Quiz Answers of anti-hunting groups misinformation that are responsible for de- populations when opposite is true. When do decline, it caused by pollution of habitat. If it for millions of hunters, and conservation or- much of our forests would be turned lots and drainage there are lots of opin- hunters and I cer- someone's choice I also know lots of don't hunt but spend enjoying the out- realize the importance game management. that in these times, ~cessary to hunt to eat I talked to eat take and like myself, for anything that they such as hunt- offer activities to that can keep them things a lot more I talked to a mother sons who were with their father me she was a bit James Crews worried about them but glad they wanted to be with their dad in the outdoors. On the Local Front Matt Aide of Ronceverte is shown with his first deer, a nice six-point buck. This has been a great year lbr Matt because he also got his first turkey during the lirst part of tile turkey sea- son. Fourteen year old Matt Falls of Lewisburg is happy with a nice four-point buck he got on the first day of the season. Jack Lucas of Lewtsburg has a wide racked buck he is proud of. Matt Aide Matt Falls Jack Lucas Bob Davis and Wayne Quick Lewisburg Bowlers First In National Elks' Bob Davis and Wayne Quick, together with eight other bowlers representing Lewisburg Elks Lodge #1758, traveled to Fort Wayne, Indiana to participate in the annual Elks Tournament. The event, held on twelve week- ends each year, attracted over 3700 bowlers this year. Bob and Wayne competed against 1885 doubles teams and finished first by 22 pins with a score of 1431. "l~ey look forward to defending their title next year in Troy. Michigan. In the team event, Mike Whited, Bill Eggert, Wayne Quick. Bob Davis and Ralph Bostic finished 6th and the team of Dennis Rudd. Mike Elzroth, Ed Skeens, Roger Boone and Tony Liberatore finished 123rd. A total of 748 teams partici- pated. East Wrestling Opens December 15 The schedule for the 1990-91 Greenl~rier East High School wres- tling team has been announced by Marion M. Gordon, coach. The East squad will open at 130,e Independence Tournament De- cember 15 at 10 a.m. and wlll host Greenbrier West High School on December 18 in their home opener in Spartan gym at 2 p.m. The schedule is: December 15 Independence Tourney Away 10 a.m. (Coal City) December 18 Greenbrler West Home 2 p.m. December 19 Covington-Narrows Away 6 p.m. (Covington, VA) December 22 Beckley Newspaper Invitational Away 10 a.m. (Shady Spring) January 3 Oak Hill Home 6:30 p.m January 9 Richwood, Independence. G. West Away 1:30 p.m (At Richwood) January 12 Allegheny Duals TourneyAway 10 a.m. UkHS, Valley Ridge, VA) January 16 Greenbrier West {Tri or Quaed) Away 6:30 p.m January 29 Covington, Rlchwood Home 6:30 p.m February 2 Coalfield Conference Tourney Away T.B.A. Oak Hill February 6 Oak Hill, Iaeger Away 6:30 p.m (Oak Hill) February 7 Fayetteville Home 6:30 p.m February 15/16 Regionals February 21/22/23 State Tourney Huntington Civic Center When you like the Mountain Messenger PLEASE thank our advertisers sets & box Now enjoy significant savings on our very finest sleep sets, Serta Perfect Sleeper, Each set features the unique Total Suspension System, designed with deep inner support and lush surface comfort for your better night's sleep. Comfort test a Serta Perfect Sleeper this week and save! 1 5 Year Warranty. At The SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 1. For what college did head coach Dan Henning play quarter- back? 2. Who has the career high record for scoring most points for San Diego? 3. Who is San Diego's all-time leader in rushing yardage? 4. Who has the Chargers' record for all-time sacks? 5. Name the Charger wRh the most lifetime passing yardage. 6. Who has the highest career passing receptions for the Chargers? 7. Who has the Chargers' all-time record for interceptions? 8. Who is the career leader for the moat punts by a Charger? 9. Who is th,~ Chargers' all-time leader in touchuowna? 10. Who has the most career kickoff returns for the Chargers? American Lung Ski Event Moved The second annual Silver Creek Ski Weekend sponsored by the American Lung Associa- lion of West Virginia, has be6n pushed back a week to Decem- ber 7, 8 and 9. ~'l'he good news is that people who could not make the earlier weekend, may be able to come next weekend. The unseasonably warm weather we are experienc- ing is making it impossible for the resort to make and retain a snow base," said Lucian Schrader, event organizer. 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Kristy McDowell, Kim Walker, Sarah Bostlc, Amy O'Neill, Crystal Fury, Rebecca Williams, Teressa Reynolds, Jenny Blankenship, Paula Canterbury, Stacey Carter, and Tammie Smith. A Sectional By Jonathan Wright Coach Bobble Reed is visibly proud of her girls' basketball team at Union High School (UHS). "This is the first time we've reached the sectionals in my eight years of coaching here." she said. "It's taken a lot of team work and skill. These girls worked hard with each other-- even the subs on the bench were supportive. They're a terrific bunch." The Class A team won the Re- gion 6, Section I championship November 15 at games played in Fairlea at Greenbrier East High School. The UHS Red Devils de- feated Oakvale 57 to I I the first night of the tournament, Novem- ber 13. The last night the team defeated Peterstown 60 to 37. "We finally accomplished something more than in previous years." Mrs Reed said, "To finally take the sectional title is won- derful. The girls were so ex- cited--you couldn't hold them down with weights. They worked hard for this--3-1/2 hours of practice each day, lols of run- nlng. and practices on sortie Sat- urdays and vacation days. It re- ally paid off." Mrs Reed said the success of the players is linked to team- work. "We soon reached a record of nine wlns and no losses. Once the girls got lnto the regular sea- son games, they realized they had a team that really clicked together for a change. They sensed where the others should be on the court and worked with it," Regular season opponents in- cluded high school girls' teams from Oakvale. Rtchwood. Athens. Alleghany County {Vir- glnial, Peterstown. Bramwell, Matoaka, Greenbrier East (Falrlea), Montcalm. and Meadow Bridge. The regular sea- son included 20 games. "llals was also the first year with a team sweep of our sec- tion." Mrs Reed added. "We beat all three teams In our section twice [Peterstown. Athens. and Oakvalel." The UHS team traveled to Princeton November 19 for the Region 6 Tournament. There they were defeated by Montcalm 57 to 51. UHS Principal C. Doyle Kester said, "They didn't beat us just hands-down. They had to work very hard against our girls. We're very proud of them." Cindy Fr, Aer Is scorekeeper for the team. Statisticians are Donna Crews, Anita Wilson, Crystal Dixon, and Terrl Tomlln-- son. Chastity Brown serves as camera operator. EDGAR AVE. sold )n sets orW SERTA PERFECT SLEEPER Twin Set $269. Full Set $320. Queen Set $389. ALL SHOES IN STOCK ALL SPORTS EQUIPMENT MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED. LAY.AWAY AVAILABLE 218 W. Edgar Ave. Ronceverte, W.Va. 647-4055 Let the Your Sports Barry L. Bruce Attorney at Law 101 W. Randolph Street Suite 29 P.O/Box 388 Lewisburg, WV 24901 304-645-4182 Prompt Legal Service