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The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, December 13, 1988 1B qualifies for nal Bowlin HALL Hardesty, daughter of the late Ron Hardesty of lhas qualified for the Dunkin' !$1,000,000 National Bowling tournament to be held 15 through 17 at Las Ve- recently married to Bill been a bowler most of She began her career in g while in Junior in 1974 at the age of and '80, she was the All Youth Bowling Champion She and her grand- Nelverna Moss, won the Mother-Daughter State Champion- ship in 1980. Rhonda continued her bowling career in college and in 1981, won the Mid-Atlantic Regional Individual Championship. Practice is done on Tuesday nights when she and her husband, Bill, compete in League Bowling at Greenbrier Lanes in Fairlea. They bowl in the mixed league with her sister Deb and her friend, Okey Mor- gan. Rhonda is a graduate of Green- brier East High School and Concord College. She is employed at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs East Wrestlin ANN JOHNSON schools around the state ,t Virginia have been training since the fifth grade. Most of East's team have wrestling for one or two }uts them at a disadvan- up against more experi- several grapplers for a good chance to win and possible get to Crump, Jim Higgins, Mike and Greg Atkinson are cited by coach Marion experienced and able to happen for the team. ihest competition East COmes from Shady Spring an A,~. team with many wins, unless a pin has occurred, in which case the pinner automatically wins. Because of the inexperience of most of East's wrestlers, the coach and team consider a season good if a few of their grapplers manage to make ti to state competition. The first match may be an indica- tion of who will do well. This match will take place on December 15th at East and will be against Big Creek and Graham. East's season may not be over- whelming, but the growth of the pro- gram is encouraging. Thirty-two people went out for wrestling this year, one of the largest fields to date. Who were state champions ss last year. DNR Will come up against this luad in the Beckley Regis- Wrestling Tournament on 17. Also involved in this are Independence and teams sure to giveEast for their money. match does not hap- Way that it does on TV, rdon explains. In a real e wrestlers both begin in "neutral" position. The brings the other to the two points for a "take- taken down es- receives one point, but if the positions and as- offensive position, he POints. A near-fall gives 2 to 3 points depending he can hold his oppo- to the mat. A "pin" rs- a player holds his rs on the mat for This earns him 6 match may be an indica- Will do well. This match ~lace on December 15th at Will be against Big Creek Season may not be over- but the growth of the pro- encouraging. Thirty-two out for wrestling this of the largest fields to sportsman If you're looking for something for something special for the hunter or angler in the family or for a special friend, buy them a 1989 hunting or fishing license. Special hunting and fishing license gift certificates are available now from license agents. New this year, the West Virginia DNR is sponsoring a limited edition collector's belt buckle designed spe- cifically for West Virginia der hunt- ers. Each 3 3/8-inch x 2 3/8-inch pew- ter buckle is individually numbered and comes with a registration certifi- cate. Adeeris carved in deep relief on the face of the buckle, and the NDR logo, copyright plaque, and buckle number are embossed on the back. The $25 buckle is the perfect gift for the deer hunter in the family. Also available for $15 is a hand- tooled 1 1/2-inch sculpted belt made of cowhide. Order forms are avail- able at all West Virginia DNR offices and at official game checking sta- tions. P rintery 0rn Printing On" -Shirts gWeats Jackets J.erseys Shorts HOURS: 8:30 A,M. To 5:30 P,M. Mort.- Fri. Attending to an Injury from left to right at recent Lewlsburg Junior High game are: first-year WVSOM student Ben Smith, second- year student Johnny Carter, first-year student Doug Wolford, Dr. George Boxwell, a community emergency medical technician as they assist an Injured player. WVSOM student volunteers aid in sports medicine West Virginia School of Osteo- pathic Medicine student volunteers are helping Lewisburg Junior High School athletes prevent sports inju- ries and deal with the strains and sprains which do accompany foot- ball competition. WVSOM Sports Medicine Club members, working with WVSOM Associate Professor of General Practice George Boxwell, D.O., are attending all Lewisburg Junior High football games. The experience is an educational opportunity for the students as well as a community service project. Dr. Boxwelt, a physician at the WVSOM Health Center, works with the students and young athletes in evaluating injuries which do occur and helping the coach and his team members learn how to prevent inju- ries whenever possible. Emory Brackman to Emory Brackman, a veteran sportscaster and Sports Editor of the Covington Virginian newspaper, has joined WKCJ-FM Sports Staff to broadcast the play-by-play of the Greenbrier East Spartan Basketball schedule. Brackman has been asso- ciated with the broadcast as well as the newspaper industries for over 27 years. Brackman has been in broad- cast sports for a number of years, first as a color commentator and then play-by-play of football and basketball. WKCJ-FM Will broadcast the home schedule of the Spartans opening with Alleghany on Decem- ber 30th at 7:30. Brackman's wife is from Green- brier County, and her parents live in Caldwell. RUNYON DISTRIBUTING CO. Asbury, WV - 645-6555 i , The 1988 deer season has come to an end and for a lot of hunters, it was a successful season. I saw more deer this year than any other that I have hunted. I did get my buck this year. On Thanks- giving Day, my dad and I went on a late morning hunt and ran across a nice 6-point buck. One local hunter, Junior Rooker took a buck on Cold Knob that had an antler spread of almost 31 inches and the buck was past his prime. Two other big bucks that I know of were taken on Cold Knob. James Eagle and Kevin Williams both got huge bucks in that area. I imagine that you ladies are tired of all the deer tales and would like to hear about something else. The Christmas shopping season is now in full swing and I thought you might like to have some ideas about what to get the sportsman in the family. Remington has a nice gift pack this year. It has six boxes of 22 rifle shells and a Remington pocket knife. These pocket knives are hard to find and any sportsman would be proud to have one. Bushnell also has a nice package. It consists of a pair of 7 by 35 binoculars, shooting glasses and a headset radio. Some- thing that is always needed at home and the hunting camp is a good sharpening stone. E..Z. has a sharp- ening stone that uses diamond chips to sharpen your knife. I have used these stones and they really work great. If you already have a mini mag light, you know how great they are. Mini mag has an addition to their line now which consists of a mini- ature mag light on a key chain. It is a neat gift that works great. If the deer hunter in your family got his buck, he could probably use a buck horn mounting kit. If you hunt the James Crews rough country and do a lot of four wheeling, a well padded hard gun case could really protect your rifle and scope. If you have a knife col- lector in the family, both Buck and Old Timer make some great knives which carry lifetime guarantees. There are a lot of other gifts to choose from; some of which are gloves, backpacks, rifle slings, and gun cleaning kits. On the Local Front Here are some pictures of the area's successful deer hunters. John O'Dell is shown with a 16 point buck. Pete Fogus has a buck that appeared to have a rack inside a rack. The buck had 21 points. Cecil Reynolds has a tall racked 9 point. Josh Hunter has a wide horned 8 point. Junior Rooker has his buck which had a spread of almost 31 inches. Josh Hunter Pete Fogu$ Cecil Reynolds :KILEY'S SKATEBOARD CENTER / CROSSROADS MALL 255-1434 ;OODS