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Page 6 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, January 1. 2009 I Gilm er Xparts Seen e For sports information, call: 304-462-7309 e==:=::::  , ::: 00urn,am00 \\;&lt; ..................................... ) Gilmer Boys Roll Over (Butcher, Farley> Richwood, 66- 40 The Gilmer County High School boys' basketball team extended their record to 3-0 when they got another victory over Richwood on Tuesday, 66-40. Ian Morris had one rebound, went three for five at the foul line. and scored five points. Ryan Hough had one rebound and three points. Daniel Dulude. four year letterman, who made his first appearence this season in this game after a shoulder injury, had one rebound and two points. Jalil Hosey had one rebound and two points. James Farley had seven re- bounds, went five for ten at the foul line. and scored 22 points, and Will- iam Radcliffhad six rebounds and 12 points. Zach Burkhammer had four three pointers, James Farley had three, and Ryan Hough had one. The JV team also extended their winning record, winning 59-44. Ian Morris scored 24 points. The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfi'nder office will be closed Jan. I in observance of New Year's. Have a safe and prosperous 2009/ Honored by The Parkersburg WS On the front page of the sports section of the Christmas Eve edition of The Parkersburg News. senior basketball players Catherine Butcher and James Farley were honored. Butcher was named Small School Athlete of the Week for her out- standing performance in the game against Roane County, where she scored the game winning points with less than two seconds left in the game to put the Lady Titans into the lead, 45-44. Farley was named to the Small School Athlete of the Week Honor Roll. I Cc.gratulations to both athletes Ion your efforts and best of luck to y,.ou in the rest of your seasons. GCHS Varsity Girls'Basketball Team Wins Another 00?lose One CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM- Row 1: Trey Shuff and Cole Haley. Row 2: Ryan Hough, Cody James, Cody Grogg, James Farley, Zach Burkhammer. Jordan Knight, Daniel Dulude, and Joel Roberts. Row 3: lan Morris, Jalil Hosey, and William Fladcliff. (Photo by Brandy Farley, GCHS Boys' Basketball Stats Keeper) GCHS Basketball Team Defeats Mt. Hope and Midland Trail to Win Holiday Tournament On Friday, the Gilmer County High School varsity boys' basketball team traveled to Midland Trail for the first day of the two day John Flournory Memorial Tournament. Day one consisted of the Titans taking on Mount Hope. The Titans mowng them on to the final round of the tournament. On the final day of the tournment, Gilmer County was scheduled to go head- to -head with the Midland Trail Patriots. The Titans were successful again in pionship. After several years of participating in this tournament, this is the first year the Titans have been able to bring home the championship trophy to Gilmer County. Congratulations on your win, Ti- On Monday night, December 22. the fans in attendance for the Gilmer County High School girls' basketball game against Wirt County definately got their money's worth as the Lady Titans defeated their opponents in the last seconds of the game, when Catherine Butcher scored the game- winning points at the final buzzer to end the game. 56-54. Individually for the Lady Titans. Jessica Montgomery had one rebound and two points. Hannah DeMarino had two points, went four for six at the foul line. and had eight points, Maggie Lilly had four rebounds and nine points, Jenny Wolfe had two rebounds. went two for two at the foul line. and had six points. Courtney Bealt had one rebound and two points, Catherine Butcher had five rebounds, went three for six at the foul line,.and had 15 points, Megan Normant had one re- bound, went one for two at the foul line. and had three points, and Brit- tany Blake had four rebounds, went two for two at the foul line. and had 11 points. Scoring threes for Gilmer were Catherine Butcher with two and Maggie Lilly and Brittany Blake with one each It was also an exciting JV game. going into overtime wth G dmer win- ning 57-50. High scorers were Megan Normant with 12 points and Lindsey Robinson with 12 points. GCHS Varsity Basketball Individhal Stats played a strong game. winning 62-53. this close game, gettmg by the Patri- tans! otsforawin, 53-51, to take the cham- from Midland Trail Holiday Tournament Illll ll Bringing home the championship foul line and Williams Radcliffwith at the foul line, and had seven points. trophy from the Midland Trail Holt- t9 points, seven rebounds, and went Zach Burkhammer had four three- houri Banks day Tournament required al0tofhard five for seven at the foul line. point goalsandJamesFarleyand C al work on behalf of the Gilmer County Theindividual stats from the cham- Daniel Dulude each contributed with High School varsity basketball team. pionship game against Midland Trail one a piece. The individual stats from the first include: . High scorer for this game was Zach round game against Mt. Hope are as Daniel Dulude with two rebounds, Burkhammer with 20 points and eight went one for two at the foul line, and rebounds. HooP HAPPINESS 2009! Support your local Gilmer County basketball teams! GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE PIONEERS Jan. 4: Lake Erie (Home) 4:00 p.m. Jan. 10: Alderson Broaddus (Home) 7:30 p.m GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE LADY PIONEERS Jan. 10: Alderson Broaddus (Home) 5:30 p.m. GCHS TITAN BOYS Jan. 2: Webster (Home) 5:45 p.m. Jan. 6: Braxton (Home) 5:45 p.m. follows: Daniel Dulude had four rebounds had six points, Jordan Knight with Congratulations to the Titan bas- and nine points, Zach Burkhammer three rebounds, went zero for one at ketball team on winning the Midland had one rebound and two points, Jor, the foul lm, alad,ic4,red.7%piT,,,,. ,Tl",i{,kIo!jday Tourna ment! ,.<Cdan Knight had fiverebounds and 10 Cody Jamemwent. tw for two at the he team played again on Tuesday pointsJJafilH0seywentonefortw0it foul linefoi'two ptihts, JaliFHBse'y against Calhoun'. 'however. results the foul line and had one point, Cody hadonereboundandtwopoints, James were not available at press time. Grogg had one rebound and two Farley had two rebounds, went three The next game is scheduled for points. Daniel Dulude had one three. for four at the foul line. and had eight Friday at home against Webster. Game point goal. points, Cody Grogg had one rebound time is 5:45. After that. they will play High scorers for this game were andtwopoints, and Williams Radcliff Tuesday, Jan. B at home against Brax- James Farley with 19 points, five re- had two rebounds, went three for five ton. bounds, and went nine for 17 at the GCHS Varsity Girls' Happy Tountnasskcetb Tah((aUTPitaqytee on the . ' "'" ":""]''" _ New -Year[! .o varsity girls' basketball team partici- court again Monday. Jan. 5 to take on pated iri the Doddridge Tournament Webster at home. Game time is 5:45. on Dec. 29 and 30. Results were not They will be on the road Jan. 6 for a availableforthisweek'sedition.Look game at Clay. Best of luck! :: rmtaction, for them ,n next week's paper. ':i: ::::some e- Braxton Lumber " :: :/savingSat ............... :,: :iCllaoun ', Cempany, In Banks Body Work, and P.O. Box 53, Heaters, WV 26627 : (304) 765-5461 i: ii::ii:;:::::7::i i: State Inspections Rt. 19 North at Salt Lick Bridge For Sale 33 & 119 * across from State Road HQ, Glenville Air Dried Hemlock Siding 65 cents sq. It, f crk lx8, lxl0, lx12 ., GI e_. H.ours: MF ....... T & G Paneling .75 centSsq, ft. 8a.m.5 p.m. Various Species Planer Closed Sat.-SUn. Shavings, Pick up Truck Auto Repot d Shop . i Load, $25 k Dump Truck Load $50 GCHS LADY TITANS Jan. 5: Webster (Home) 5:45 p.m. Jan. 6: Clay (Away) 5:45 p.m. Mini-Titan Girls Jan. 7: Doddridge (Home) 6:00 p.m. Mini-Titan Boys Jan. 5: Wirt (Away) 6:00 p.m. Jan. 7: Doddridge (Away) 6:00 p.m. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!!iHiiiiiiiiiH!H!HiiHiiHiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii@HHiiWiiiiiHHii IHHi i iiiiili" .............. <ii!!iiii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii@iii!iiii!!i!i!t;iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii (Editor's Note: It is only through enthusiastic and devoted fan support that our Gilmer County basketball teams can gain the advantage. And, in a close game, active and numerous fans mean the difference between victory and defeat. Support our county's youth and cheer them on to victory ,by attending their games. In Gilmer County, you can 't find any more exciting entertainment.) Sponsored by Cal000unBanhs C.-L" E-N-V-I-L-L-E Marty Collins, Manager Glenville 462-5051 Member F DIC ! 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