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December 13, 1990

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orts The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 13, 1990 1B always enjoyed watch- and the many other that make their home in outdoors. many of you put up to help the birds the winter I am going to some whole corn on the the squirrels because scarce in the woods this would like to take part count and watch, here information you might ;ted in: National Audubon 91st annual Christmas Count will be held between 15 and January 2. ac- to the Wildlife Resources Nongame Wildlife Pro- annual count originated the turn of the century Prank M. Chapman. re- ~ned ornithologist and Society charter mem- Individuals from the United Canada. West Indies and and South Panerica par- in the annual count. bird clubs and Audubon chapters will pick a 24- period between December January 2 to travel to route to count all the seen and heard. Results sent to the office of Birds in New York where statistics will be and published in the County issue of the magazine. participating in West Virginia count are in Charleston, Elkins, Huntington, Morgan- one, Parkersburg, and Wheeling. Some birds sighted in West during past counts in- double-crested cormo- mute and tundra swans, golden eagles, short- and water pipit. if you are an expert- watcher, you can still in a Christmas bird You only have to have a interest in wild birds and lllng to go outdoors for a one day during the James Crews Greenville Junior High School Homecoming Ceremonies Held For more information, contact your local Audubon Society Chapter, Brooks Bird Club or the Nongame Wildlife Program at P. O. Box 67, Elkins 26241. tele- phone 637-0245. On the Local Front Ryan Wickline, eight-years old, is proud of his first squirrel. Ryan has a good teacher--his fa- : ther. Randy Wickline. Randy got a bear with his bow on October 18 and on October 20, he got a nice gobbler while turkey hunt- ing. On the same day, he got a deer with his bow. In 1986, he also got all three trophies In a few days time Rvan Wickline 1990-9 IBasketball Schedule Greenbrier East High School Girls Basketball Sept. 5 Allegheny Co., VA Home Sept. 6 Peterstown Away Sept. 12 Allegheny Co., VA Away Sept. 13 Greenbrier West Home Sept. 17 Shady Spring Away Sept. 18 Princeton Home Sept. 20 Hinton Home Sept. 25 Bluefield Away Oct. 2 Shady Spring Home Oct. 3 Peterstown Home Oct. 4 Union Home Oct. 8 Valley Home Oct 9 Woodrow Wilson Away Oct. 16 Hinton Away Oct. 22 Union, J. V. Game Away Oct. 24 Greenbrler West Away Oct. 25 Woodrow Wilson Home Oct. 29 Valley Away Nov. 5 Princeton Away Nov 8 Bluefield Home Nov. 9- I0John Marshall Tourney Ock St. Mary's -- Parkersburg S. Glen Nov. 13-15 Sectional TBA Nov. 21 Regional TBA Nov. 28- 1 State Chars. season. Randy Wickline Lori Canterbury, daughter of Bill and Nancy Canterbury of Sinks Grove, was elected Greenville Junior High School Homecoming Queen. She was escorted by David Wilson, son of Bobby and Debbie Wilson of Union. Lori and David are members of the Freshman class at Greenville Junior High. The Greenville Tigers defeated the Renick Tigers with a score of 14-6, in their homecoming game. Greenville Junior High School's Homecoming Court were (left to right) Michelle Belcher, 7th grade; Carrie Wilson, 8th grade; Marsha Weikel, freshman; Queen Lori Canterbury; Wendy Harvey, freshman; Stacy Chandler, 8th grade; Janet Humphrles, 7th grade. Greenbrier West High School Basketball Schedule Dec. 11 Shady Spring Away Dec. 18 Independence Away Dec. 21&22 Greenbrier East Invitational Away Dec. 28 Liberty (Raleigh) Hoine Jan. 4 Pocahontas County Away Jan. 8 Hinton Home Dec. 14 Dupont Boys Basketball Away Dec. 18 Bluefleld Home Dec. 21&22 Dick Gunnoe Menlorial Tournament Home Richwood vs. Pocahontas Co. Greenbrier West vs. East Consolation & Championship stone times following night Parkersburg South Tournament Greenbrier E. vs. Park S. Parkersburg vs. Weir Consolation & Championship santo time following night. Dec:. 27&28 Away Jan. 4 Oak Hill Away Jan. 8 Beckley Away Jan. 11 Shady Spring Home Jan. 12 Martlnsburg . Away Jan. 15 Ravenswood Away Jan 18 Princeton Home Jan. 23 Greenbrier West Away Jan. 25 Oak Hill Home Jan. 29 Mt. View Away Feb. 2 Ravenswood Home Feb. 8 Bluefield Away Feb. 9 Martinsburg Home Feb. 15 Dupont Home Feb. 19 Beckley -- Senior Night Home Feb. 22 Princeton Away Feb. 26 Sectional Semi-Finals Mar 1 Fayetteville Men]. Fieldhouse Sectional Fayetteville Mem. Fieldhouse Mar. 8 Regional Finals TBA Starting Times --- JV Varsity Coalfield Conl Games 6:30 8:30 6:00 8:00 5:30 7:30 State Select Soccer Match Let the Jan. 11 Richwood Away Basketball Schedule Jan. 15 Fayetteville Away Shady Spring High School Home Jan. 19 Braxton County Home Mark Wise, Allen Gomez, Nicholas County High School Away Jan. 25 Webster County Away] David Smith and Moss Rudley -. - 8 Tygarts Valley High School Home Jan. 29 Nicholas County Home have been selected to the playerKnow About Feb. 1 Hinton Away pool of the West Virginia Soccer ;I-22 Greenbrier East Tournament Away Feb. 5 Shady Spring Home Association's State Select Temns'~T-_ ____. ( '~ .... ~ --- i Richwood High School Away Feb. 7 Independence Home and are competing for a place on I L]}ur l ~]~OI']L~ ', Greenbrier West High School Home Feb. 9 Pocahontas County Home the team in their age group. -- Shady Spring High School Away Feb. 12 IAberty (Raleigh) Away The State Select Team is a 11 Nicholas County High School Home Feb. 14 Greenbrier East Home part of the Olympic Development ' 14 Franklin High School Home Program of the United States Feb. 15 Richwood Home ' 16 Circlevllle High School Home Feb. 19 Nicholas County Away Youth Soccer Association. The (-~-D~-,--,,,,, I 11~,,,,~~ ~ 18 Braxton County High School Away Feb. 22 Webster County Home competitive selection process Ill oam m 3' ~, ~" u~,~ Iil '22 Webster County High Sch0ol Home " culminates in selection of Na- Ill .... ~LmS~fi~ I!1 '25 2Mcker County High School Away Union High School tlonal Teams which represent III " III RIchwoodHigh School Home the United States in interns- III ~0~ w. RandolohStreet Ill Franklin High School Away Boys Basketball tional competition. [|[ ...... ~,~.o~ - [|1 Webster County High School Away The West Virginia State Ill pStUin~Yg~t 1[[ . Greenbrter West High School Away Dec. 11 Mercer Christian Away 7:00 1b Tucker County High School Home Dec. 14 Hinton Away 6:00 Teams compete against Ken: [l[ , ~_'~.",,~.."..... 11] tucky in May and against 13 III ~w,~o~g, ~.~, III {~ Tygarts Valley nigh School Away Dee. 18 Matoaka Away 6:00 other states in June andJuly. At III ..... Ill Braxton County High School Home Dec. 21 Bramwell Home 6:00 these competitions, players have Ill 304-645-4182 Ill tT J.V. 5:45 p.m. Varsity 7:30 p.m. Dec. 27&28 Craig County Tournament 6:00 a chance to compete for regional III __, ,,__:__ III Jan. 4 clearfork Away 6:00 Jan. 8 Oakvale Home 6:00 teams and to perform before ~l,~, FIUlllpt L~gal o~rvl.;~ )jj 'e tontas County High School an,Jan. 911 Boy?~Hint nilme A:amye 6:006:00more than 50 college coaches. 9th Grade Boys Basketball Jan. 15 Clearfork Home 6:00 Jan. 18 Peterstown Home 6:00 13 White Sulplhur Springs Away 7:00 Jan. 22 Boys' Home Home 6:00 L ~ Lewisburg Home :oo Jan. 25 Montcalm Away 6:00 ~.. Summersville Home 7:00 Jan. 29 Oakvale Away 6:00 ~u Awa 7 00 . Circleville y : Feb. 1 Peterstown Away 6:00 }4 Franklin G.B. 6:30 Feb. 5 Bramwell Away 6:00 ~./ Webster Home 7:00 Feb. 15 Matoaka Home 6:00 ~~ Webster Away 7:00 Feb. 19 Mercer Christian Home 7:00 Covington Home 3:30 Feb. 22 Montcahn Home 6:00 County. ~ Circleville Home 7:00 Craig County Tournament Teams: Craig Virginia. North ~u Summersville Away 7:00 Cross (Roanoke). Roanoke Catholic. Lewisburg Away 6:15 7 Franklin Away 6:00 0~R SC$~, 11 Richwood Home 6:45 i IISlE:Ef C, tlN 14 ~ovington Away 6:00 1 1 lll mlmmim Richwood Away 7:00 I I More Sports, Pages 6 & 7-B k 202 Mill Hill Dr., White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 ;UE VALUE o Hohday Specml , In Stock Stainmaster Carpet $8.95 sq. yd. . Installation Available Washington Street Monday thru Saturday , W.Va. 8 am to 5 pm TRADITION HAWKEN MUZZLELoADER 1-LB. 22"50,.CAL.Blue BLACK Oct3gon R~rr~l /////l clean, ~fe Substitute For ./ Black Powder. 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