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.... llilmilIAllill ........... ' Gilm er Xparts Seen e For sports information, call: 304-462-7309 Volume 105, Number 3 Glenville, West Vi SOPHOMORE POINT GUARD JENNY WOLFE PUTTING UP A SHOT AGAINST CLAY GCHS Girls' Basketball Teams Play at South Harrison, Calhoun, then Home on Friday On Monday, January 5, the Lady Titan basketball teams hit the home court to take on Clay County. Despite a high scoring first quarter for Gilmer, the ladies were unable to SENIOR CATHERINE BUTCHER DEFENDING THE BASKET AGAINST A CLAY COUNTY SHOT keep the pace up and were overtaken by the Lady Panthers. 59-65. Individual stats for the Lady Titans include Hannah DeMarino wth one rebound and two points, Maggie Lilly with four rebot/nds, went two for eight at the foul line. and ten points. Jenny Wolfe went one for two at the foul line and one point. Kourtney Beall with three rebounds and six points. Catherine Butcher with 11 rebounds. went three for seven at the foul line, and 26 points, and Brittany Blake with four rebounds, went four for four at the foul line. and 14 points. Catherine Butcher had one three- point goals and Brittany Blake had tWO. WV Hunters Harvest 162,371 Deer in 2008 Preliminary counts of game check- ing tags indicate West Virginia hunt- ers harvested a total of 162,371 white- tailed deer during the recently com- pleted bucks-only, antlerless. muzzleloader, bow and youth/Class Q deer seasons, according toDivision of Natural Resources Director Frank Jezi oro. This year's total harvest was 11 percent above the 2007 deer har- vest of 145,937 and ranks as the 15th highest total on record. Hunters killed 68.540 bucks, 54,704 antlerless sea- son deer, 30,749 archery season deer and 8,378 muzzleloader season deer during the 2008 season. Antlerless Deer Season The 2008 antlerless deer season, which includes the youth/Class Q deer hunts, was 25 percent above 2007. due in part to the increase in hunter opportunities to take antlerless deer.+ "It is important to note that part of the deer management strategy is to regu- late the harvest of antlerless deer in individual counties to rinse or lower the deer population." said Jezioro. The top 10 counties were: Preston (2,843). Jackson (2,173). Mason (2,155), Wood (2,118), Lewis (2.051 ), Harrison (1,921), Wetzel (1.866), Ritchie fl.792). Barbour (1,728) and Monongalia (1,676). "Continued doe harvests are the key to healthier, heavier, and more productive deer herds. Guided by our deer harvest management plan. we will continue to recommend appro- priate antlerless harvests for the ben- efit of not only the deer herd. but also all wildlife dependent on our state's woodland habitat." said Jezioro. Muzzleloader Deer Season The 2008 muzzleloader harvest of 8.378 was nine percent above the 2007 harvest and ranks as the 16th highest Gilmer County Little League General Meet- ing and Membership Drive Election of Board of Directors Jan. 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Best Western Conference Room Contact: Hilda Kilonski at 651-3879 or Joe Kilonski at 633-3879 Gilmer County Athletic Boosters Meeting Jan. 22 at 6:00p.m. at GCHS r II I i ........... FOrAtl Your Auto Needs, Comp:leteRe pair Service:, . .... :Bod WOrk, and State Inspections 33 & 119 0 across from State Road HQ, Glenville Gle Auto RepairBod Sho; Hours: M-F 8 a.m;-5 p,m. Closed t.-Sun. total on record. The increase in har- vest is attributed in part to the in- creased number of counties open to either sex muzzleloader hunting Gen- erally, antlerless deer make up 80 percent of the muzzleloader season harvest. The top I0 counties vcere: Braxton (538), Lewis (392), Preston (320). Mason (299), Ritchie (297), Jackson (279), Roane (270), Gilmer (267), Wood (264) and B arbour (245). Archery Deer Season The bow hunters take of 30.749 deer was l2 percent above the 2007 harvest of 27.440 and ranks as the 6th highest on record The top 10 coun- ties were: Preston (1,434), Randolph (1,268), Kanawha (878), Nicholas (870), Monongalia (854), Mason (825), Greenbrier (788), Wyoming (746), McDowell (741), and Jackson (733). Butcher Receives Honors In the Wednesday, January 7.2009 issue of The Parkersburg News, se- nior basketball standout. Catherine Botcher. was named to the Small School Athlete of the Week Honor Roll. Congratulations. Catherine! Keep up the great work! Timing: The alpha and omega of aerialists, jugglers, actors, diplomats, publicists, generals, prizefighters, revolutionists, financiers, dictators, lovers. mMarlene Dietrich "- Braxten Imber  Company, Inc. P.O. 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Mallory Menendez finished with 12 points and seven rebounds as the only other Pioneer in double figures. The Battlers led 32-30 at intermis- sion and stretched the lead to as much as 68=56 at the 5:22 mark before Glen- ville State made a final charge. The Pioineers again struggled from the field, connecting on just 26 of 69 attempts (37%) and just six of 21 three- point attempts. Pioneer Basketball Results The Glenville State Men's basket- ball team had their six game winning streak snapped as they fell to Alderson Broaddus tonight at Lilly Gymna- sium, 79-67. AB's Stan Hall led all scorers with 27 points. Terrell Eargle added 18 and Montel Lee recorded a double double with 11 points and 16 rebounds. Tryvan Leech paced four Pioneers in double figures with 16 points on just four of 12 shooting. Anthony Kimble finished with 15 points and six rebounds, but scored just two points in the second half. Jamal Holden added 12 before leaving with a knee injury and Chase Groves added. ten. The Pioneers, which trailed by nine at intermission, would cut the lead to four twice, but was unable to get any closer. The smaller AB squad held a 38-30 rebounding advantage, in part to huge 24 to 11 advantage in the second half. For the game, GSC shot 43.1% from the field and connected on five of 14 from the three- point line. Mini- Titan Boys'Baske bat, Teams Blow Wirt Away, 52-19, 53-31 On Monday, January 5, the Mini- Titan boys' basketball teams took on Wirt County, winning big with scores of 52-19 and 53-31. For the first team, winning 52-19, Adam Beall had four rebounds, five steals, went one for four from the foul line, and scored six points, Austin Cunningham had four rebounds, twO' steals went three for four from the foul line, and scored 15 points, Nathan Allison had seven rebounds, two steals, two assists, and scored eight points, Luke Beall had three rebounds, one assist, one steal, and scored five points, Seth Skinner had three re- bounds, one assist, went one for three from the foul line and scored one point, Kevin Rhodes had one assist, two steals, went two for three from the foul line, and scored nine points, Bradley Beall had two rebounds, went one for four from the foul line, and scored four points, Reed Ratliff had six rebounds, and Stauton Wright had one rebound and scored four points. For the second team, Anthony Aviles had 12 rebounds, two assists, and 16 points, Colton Iager had six rebounds, two assists, five steals and five points, Josh Lowther had six re- bounds and two points, Mitchell Hickman had one rebound, four steals and 11 points, Austin Cunningham had six rebounds, three assists, two steals and 17 points, Casey Smith had one rebound, Adam Beall had one rebound, Luke Beall had one rebound and one assist, and Kevin Rhoades had two points. Butcher & Butcher Attorneys at Law proudly presents... It's basketball season again - support your local Gilmer County basketball teams/ GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE PIONEERS Jan. 15- @ Fairmont State- 7:30 p.m. 22- Wheeling Jesuit (Home) - 7:30 p.m. 24 - West Liberty (Home) - 7:30 p.m. GLENV/LLE STATE COLLEGE LADY PIONEERS Jan. 15 - @ Fairmont State - 5:30 p.m. 19 - Lake Erie (Home) - 2:00 p.m, 22 - Wheeling Jesuit (Home) 5:30 p.m. GCHS TITAN BOYS Jan, 15 - @ Calhoun - 5:45 / 7:30 p,m. 20 - @ Wirt - 6:00 / 7:30 p.m. 23- Roane (Home) - 5:45 / 7:30 p.m. GCHS LADY TITANS Jan. 16 - Doddridge (Home) - 5:45 / 7:30 p.m. 21 - @ Braxton - 5:45 / 7:30 p.m. Mini-Titans Boys Jan. 15 - @ Calhoun - 6:00 p.m. 17 & 20 - Wirt Tournament Mini- Titans Girls Jan. 14- @ Calhoun - 6:00 p.m. SENIOR STANDOUT CATHERINE BUTCHER (Editor's Note: It is only through enthusiastic and devotedfan 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 by cheering them on to victory through your attendance at their games. In Gilmer County, you can 't find any more exciting entertainment than our home-grown basketball teams.) Sponsored by Butcher & Butcher Attorneys at Law Terry and Tim i