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   Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - May 6, 1993, Aiken, South Carolina                                Atken Sports Page 9A Aiken SC Thursday May 61993 Outdoors Shawn Hackett Pirates Figure Out Braves Maddux HACKETT Columnist Seeks Help With Outdoors News After a sixmonth hiatus The Outdoors column here at the Aiken Standard is back The reason behind its discontiuation is simple without your help the column is nothing I dont always have the time or resources to load up the truck and head to the woods or lake or wherever In fact those times are few and far between Especially when youre still trying to master the perfect golf swing or follow your basketball team in the playoffs I tried this once before and for a short time it worked But as the case with all things it some times loses it appeal and you quickly discard it like a used shotgun shell But if youre an outdoorsman whether it be a hunter fisherman biker or hiker ecologist or environmentalist let me hear from you Nothing Like Free Publicity If youre a member of a fishing hunting biking or hiking club let me know Tell of your meetings your plans for the future and any upcoming events If for nothing else let me know because theres nothing like free publicity I get plenty of things in the mail about people doing this or that in all these wonderful but far away places Im not concerned with people icefishing in Alaska or trout fishing in the Snake River or climbing Mount Rainer That is unlesss its someone from this area Ill try and keep you up to date with changing laws and the newest products on the market if I think they would interest you but I wont know that unless I hear from you I know some fisherman are particular about their secrets about what bait they use or where on the lake they fish And I promise I wont tell all of your secrets Just let me know what youre catch ing or for that matter what youre shooting or sighting Ask me to do things with your organizations Take me hunting and fishing or backpacking or whatever you do in the outdoors Im not the type of person that can easily rattle off tips of how to do this or that Id much rather write about you and the things you do Its far more interesting than anything I can do Heres Whats Biting LAKE THURMOND Largemouth bass fishing has been good using artificial worms crankbaits and shad wraps Stripers and Hybrids are hitting minnows cutbait live herring Rebel lures Cleos and Mann0Lures Crappie have biting in shallow water two to five feet using small jigs and minnows while Bream fishing has also been improving using worms and crickets Catfish are also biting worms especially nightcrawlers LAKE MURRAY Largemouth Bass fishing has been excellent in the early morning using spinnerbaits Creepy Crawlers and Texas rigged worms in six to 15 feet or water on the edges of grass beds In the late afternoon or sunset try floating Rapalas Bagley Bang 0Lures and floating pink and white worms in shallow water in backs of coves on spawning beds Look for Hybrids in 1218 feet of water while there have also been good reports freelining and cork ing live herring Striper are hitting Rattle Traps Bayou Boogies and Ivies shad casting or trolling in the back of coves along shorlines and shoal areas Crappie fishing is excellent using min nows and jigs in four to 14 feet of water around brush and grassy areas LAKE HARTWELL Largemouth bass fishing is excellent when trolling with spinnerbaits and vertical jigging with crankbaits in one to 10 feet of water Also hitting well are lightcolored floating worms Striped bass and Hybrids fishing has been fair freelining with live herring from just below the surface to about 30 feet of on weighted line and on the bottom using cut bait Crappie have been biting small minnows and jigs around brush piles in two to five feet of water LAKE RUSSELL Fair catches have been reported on just about every fish bass catfish crappie and bream Bass are striking top water plugs in late evenings and early mornings while some catches have been reported using crankbaits and spinnerbaits Both crappie and striped bass are hitting medium sized minnows in two to 10 feet of water Worms and crickets work best for catfish and bream Sports On TV By The Associated Press PITTSBURGH The Pittsburgh Pirates were momentarily baffled by Greg Madduxs hurdling but they finally figured out his hurling Jeff King drove in three runs and Bob Walk continued to frus trate the Atlanta Braves in Pitts burgh pitching onerun ball over seven innings and adding an im portant double in the Pirates 41 win last night Once again the twotime NL champion Braves now under 500 at 1415 had plenty of pitch ing and not much else Maddux Thursday May 6 6 pm Tour DuPont pm Penguins at Islanders ESPN 8pm Knicks at Pacers 9pm Braves at Rockies 11 pm This Week in NASCAR Auto Friday May 7 2 pm German Open ESPN pm Tour DuPont 7 pm Clemson at Florida State pm 8pm 9pm Braves at Rockies pm pm Clemson at Florida State SportSouth Calendar Thursday May 6 pm Buford at Ridge SprlngMonetta baseball 6 pm Aiken vs South Aiken at Citizens Field baseball 7 pm Silver Bluff at Edisto baseball Friday May 7 3 pm NationsBank Cup of Aiken polo Need A Score 6482311 was nearly unhittable for five in nings and scored the Braves only run with a bit of baserunning trick ery but Atlanta didnt manage a hit over the final five innings That was a good lesson to a young team like ours not to get too down early in a game Walk said We could have just hung our heads and said Were not going to get to this guy tonight because Maddux was outstanding The Pirates had been shut out for 14 consecutive innings by Maddux the 1992 NL Cy Young Award winner for Chicago until the sixth Walk batting 167 doubled down the leftfield line for his second ex trabase hit in two seasons Jay Bell singled with one out and after Andy Van Slyke struck out looking King doubled to left on a 22 pitch I had two outs I was one pitch away from getting out of the in ning Maddux said I got the toughest out when I got Van Slyke And I threw a bad pitch to King Thats what irritates me When the games on the line you have to get those outs Theres no rule that says you cant win 10 King who sat out the Pirates 32 loss to Atlanta on Tuesday with the flu was 3for4 with an RBI single in the eighth and now has two homers a double and seven RBIs in his last two starts I couldnt have felt much worse than I did King said I was weak and my head hurt and they finally sent me home But I felt pretty good when I got here today and my name was on the lineup card Im been trying to get comfortable and carry something over from one game to the next and I hope this carries over The Braves only run came on an unusual play in the third Maddux singled advanced on a grounder and tried to score on Jeff Blausers single The throw easily beat Mad dux to the plate but he hurdled catcher Don Slaught to avoid being tagged then faked out Slaught to tag the plate after running well out of the baseline It looked like hockey hes on a breakaway and hes trying to fake out the goaltender Walk said I had nowhere to go I wasnt ready to run him over and I wasnt ready to slide Maddux said At first I thought Ill just walk away Please See PIRATES Page 10A High Stepping Staff Photo By Ginny Southworth TIGHT QUARTERS Michelobs Tom Biddle Sr left prepares to hit the ball while Ashwells Paul Rizzo defends during the NationsBank Cup of Aiken polo tournament Ashweil upset Michelob 87 in overtime in one match while Peninsula outlasted Upatoi Lampton 119 in the other of the 12goal event Bulldogs Win 6AA Golf Title End War horses EightYear Reign From Staff Reports BAMBERG The Silver Bluff High School golf team put an end to the eightyear reign of Barnwell High School with an 18stroke win in the Region 6AA golf tournament Wednesday With medalist Eric Ledford 76 75 leading the way Silver Bluff increased its 18hole lead by 10 strokes with a 323 total in the sec ond round which was played at the Paw Paw Country Club The region title by the Bulldogs in the schools firstever in golf The win also secures a state berth for Silver Bluff along with Barnwell which finished second The state tournament will be played May 2021 at White Plains Country Club in Pageland In addition to Ledford who is an eighth grader at Jackson Middle School Wesley Brown and Billy Blevins 8283165 made the allregion team Other members of the allregion team were Matt Johnson of Barn well Bryan Walton of Wade Hamp ton and Trey Dixon of Bamberg Ehrhardt The other scores for the Bulldogs were Cliff McKinney 8881169 and Michael Ward SILVER BLUFF 646 Eric LecXord 151 Wesley Brown Billy Blevins 82 33165 Cliff McKinney BB81169 Michael Ward 8787 174 BARNWELL 664 Man Johnson 7977156 Neat Packer 85B1 Travis Pack 8785 172 Blake Austin 8093 173 Kip Woods 89 90179 Celtics In Mourning After Alonzos Shot Charlotte Eliminates Boston Have a sports score or idea Give us a call at 6482311 Sports depart ment personnel are available from 6 amnoon and 711 pm during the week and 5 pmn p m on Saturday By The Associated Press CHARLOTTE Alonzo Mourn ing says he is just grateful for the chance to play basketball and Charlotte is even more grateful that he got his chance with the Hornets Mourning Charlottes No 1 draft pick last June returned the biggest div idend in Hornet history Wednesday night when his jumper from the top of the key with 04 seconds left ruined a fourth quarter Boston comeback and gave the Charlotte Hornets a 104 103 win over the Celtics It moved the Hornets into the second round of the playoffs I dont think anything can com pare to this said Mourning when asked if he could remember a big ger moment in his career The only thing that compares to this is me getting the chance just to play the game of basketball Me being blessed with this body this mind and these talents After losing the first game of the bestof5 scries the Hornets came back to win the next three in their firstever playoff appearance The dramatic loss marked the end of Kevin McHales 13year ca reer One of three remaining play ers from the Celtics championship teams of the 1980s McHale was re duced to a reserve role in his 71 games this year McHale finished with 19 points and six rebounds Mourning and several Hornet players hugged him once the game ended and it was some ending Mourning who scored 33 points and made 15 of 18 free throws took an inbounds pass from Dell Curry dribbled once squared up and swished a shot from behind the col lege 3point line setting off a mid court celebration The play was designed to go to Dell but we couldnt get it in bounds Mourning said So I just spread it out took one dribble squared up and took the shot For tunately the ball fell through the hole I call it a lucky shot But not the last shot There was just enough time remained on the clock to give Boston one last chance From midcourt McHale tossed an alleyoop pass toward Dee Brown but Browns shot glanced off the side of the rim It was definitely there Boston Boxscore Hornets 104103 BOSTON 103 ABdelnany 14002 Gamble 66 00 14 Parish 1116 22 24 Brown 27 11 5 Douglas 412 36 11 McHalo 814 34 19 McDaniel 813 24 1B Fox 410 22 10 Klclno 00 00 0 Totals 44B2 1319 103 CHARLOTTE 104 Johnson 915 22 20 Newman 3400 6 Mourning 913 1518 33 Bogues 310 00 6 Gil 719 45 18 Gatttsan 46 02 8 Curry 38 01 7 Green 02 00 0 Bennett 14 00 3 Winfjate 11 12 STotals 4082 2230 104 Boston 53 23 24 Charlotte 31 28 29 18104 3PoInt 23 Gamble 22 Brown Charlotte 23 Curry 11 Ben nett Fouled Rebounds Boston 52 Parish Charlotte 42 Mourn ing 22 Douglas Charlotte 26 Brjgues Total ton 22 Charlotte 18TechnicalsFox Johnson Charlotte illegal defense Fla grnnt fouls Johnson A 23693 Webber To Leave Michigan By The Associated Press ANN ARBOR Mich Chris Webber an AllAmerican who led Michigan to the NCAA champion ship game for two consecutive years said Wednesday he will skip his final two years of eligibility to enter the NBA draft coach Chris Ford said We ran that lob three times during the game and it was there all three times We had great execution on the play The inbounds pass was perfect and Dee was in the right position It just didnt go End of story It was the end except for a vehe ment protest from Ford and the Celtics who claimed that Kendall Gill should have been called for goaltending Television replays seemed to support their claim The Celtics took a 103102 lead when Sherman Douglas stripped Mourning and raced in for a layup with 427 seconds to play Johnson scored 20 points and Gill 18 for Charlotte Not winning a college cham pionship makes leaving hard to do but thats not going to make or break me Webber said at a news conference where he was joined by his family and WEBBER Michigan coach Steve Fisher Its a decision I felt was neces sary for me to keep moving and move on Theres no doubt in my mind that Im ready for the next level Webber whose illegal timeout call with U seconds to play cost Michigan a last chance to win the NCAA title was a part of the Fab Five recruiting class considered one of the best in college basketball history   

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