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4 The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder beat WV State ]'or second time , Lady Pioneers win one, lose one P Returning from Christmas break, the Lady Pioneers were even at 1-1 for the week's ac- tion, losing to West Liberty, 77- 61, but defeating West Virginia State, 97-91. Glenville could not shut down West Liberty's top return- ing sophomore guard, Melissa Hammond, who scored 18 points. Hammond's game aver- age for last year was 16 points per bout. This win was West Liberty's first conference win in 7 tries. Nikki Cale contributed 25 points and former Parkersburg eager, Belinda Dowler, added 19 points. The game against West Vir- ginia State was a completely dif- ferent story with the Lady Pio- neers taking their second win over State this season. Nikki Cale scored an impres- sive 42 points, three of which were from a three pointer. Mar- cia Moore added 12 points, and Tammy Simons scored 11 points towards the winning score. The Lady Pioneers will travel the the University of Charleston on Thursday and will host Sa- lem-Teikyo on Saturday, Janu- ary 19. Game time is 5:15 p.m. The Body Shop (Formerly Ken's Body Shop) Over 20 years experience Expert Painting and Body Repair Insurance work or self-pay Free estimates Cars - Trucks- Motorcycles- Boats- etc. Located at 33/119 and Collins Run - 3-1/2 miles from light In Glenville Salmon Eggs-Uncle Josh Mikes GI0, Shrimp, Fire Balls $1.99 We also have Wax Worms, Meal Worms & Night Crawlers Berkley Power Bait 2 for $5.00 Red Ball Gum Boots, all sizes*in stock Just $16.95 Silver Thread Fishing Line 4 & 6 lb. Reg. 7.95 Sale Price 4.99 Color 'IV' $ PAY EVEN LESS WITH SCRATCH CARD' 82 channels Only $10 MONTHLY" (NV 40357 8) Strikes 'N' Spares Ti ta n s Local bowlers ended 1990 with some of their best scores. Ron Frashure had two games with the identical score of 209 and high series to date of 606. John Gumm rolled a 211 game for a 531 series. The 3-10 split was convened to a spare by Pat Stump, Brenda McCartney and Marie Huff. Similarly, Ed Messenger picked up the 2-7 split and Rick Edman got the 5-7 spht. There are ten weeks of team competition remaining in the 1990- 91 season and a total of 80 points to determine team placement. Jean Emerson has high average of 145 for women bowlers on the league. Ron Frashure's average of 169 is high for the men bowlers on the faculty and staff league. Mini-Titans win two out of three The Gilmer county Mini-Titans opened their season by travelling to Lewis County on January 3. The Mini-Titans jumped out to an early 15-3 lead. By halftime the Mini-Titans lead was cut to 23-17. Weston came out in the second half playing a tough man defense which forced Gilmer to make a lot of turnovers. The Mini-Titans saw their lead slowly disappear. Plagued by turnovers, poor shooting and foul trouble, the Mini- Titans saw their hopes for the first win of the season fade. Weston defeated Gilmer 42-35. Gilmer was lead by Brian Kennedy with 12 points and 14 rebounds. Weston was lead by B. Stout and B. Sparks with 9 each. Last Tuesday the Mini-Titans hosted Win at the Titan Thunder Dome. Gilmer led 26-12 at the end of the half. The Tigers came fighting back in the second half. The score was tied with less than a minute left in regulation time. Gilmer had the opportunity to win in the final seconds but they where unable to connect on foul shots. In overtime Win jumped out to take Hunting and Trapping Seasons Continue Into 1991 The West Virginia Wildlife Resources Section reminds hunt- ers and trappers that time still re- mains to pursue their sports. Hunting for squirrel and ring- necked pheasant will end Janu- ary 5. Hunting and trapping sea- sons for fox, bobcat and raccoon will continue until January 31. The trapping season for fier ends orr January 31. Trappers CHECK THE COMPETITION... GIANT-SCREEN TV WITH SURROUND SOUND IS SURE TO BE A WINNER! MTS stereo surround sound features 4 front speakers plus a pmr of 10-w speakers for theater-like surround sound  33-funct)on universal remote controls most VCRs and cable systems too! the lead but Gilmer didn't give up. They fought back and when the overtime buzzer went off Gilmer came off the floor with a 55-52 win. Gilmer was led by a trio of players scoring in double figures. Shawn Stephens lead Gilmer with 16 points. Brian Kennedy and Ja- sonStewart scored 12and 11 points respectively. Wirt's Nicholas lead all scorers with 24 points. Gilmer hosted WeSton last Wednesday. The first half was nip and tuck. The Mini-Titans went into the locker room tied at 12. They came out fired up and wanting to revenge an earlier loss to this same team. At the end of the third quarter Gilmer held a slim 22-21 lead. The fourth quarter was controlled by Gilmer as they out scored Weston 18-6. Gilmer won 40-27. Shawn Stephens lead Gilmer with 15 points. Coach Diana Sharps stated that this was the best game the team has played "We still have a lot of work to do", she said. "We need to cut down on our turnovers and improve at the foul line. CO struggle thro have until February 28 for musk- rat, mink and beaver trapping. Ruffed grouse, bobwhite quail, cottontail rabbit and snow- shoe or varying hare hunting also runs through February 28. Sportsmen are reminded that a 1991 license is required for hunting and trapping after De- cember 31, 1990. Both licenses and 1991 regulations are avail- able from license agents throughout West Virginia. The Gilmer County Titans basketball team suffered two de- feats during the week's play, losing to Clay County, 98-61, and Doddridge, 74-53. Gilmer was only two points behind at the end of the first 1991 Hunting Regulations and Fishing Regulations Available The West Virginia 1991 hunt- ing and trapping regulations and 1991 fishing regulations bro- chures are now available at West Virginia Division of Natural Re- sources offices and at hunting and fishing license agents. The hunting regulations bro- chure is a summary of the laws and regulations governing hunt- ing and trapping in West Vir- ginia. It includes season dates, daily bag limits, possession lim- its and license fees effective for the 1991-92 huntin- seasons, which begin on March 1. 1991. MONTHLY* ONLY $1999 IpN s446a) PAY EVEN LESS WITH SCRATCH CARD! YOUR CHOICE o,  ---'i PAY EVEN LES WT"I'H SCRATCH CARD Only $10 MONTHLY sAVE 19" color 13/ 82 channels including cable {R 4005) SUPER BUY! VHS TAPE 2-pack of VHS video tapes $6.99 Wh)le quant)t)es last VCR wilb wireless remote 34-functor remote 2-week8 event t(mer (JA 53274) Feature-packed camcorder Save 880  ]pJ Shoots in low (2 lux) Ight levels 6x power zoom lens  lk, 10-w color-enhancement light $17 MONTH 1 U I i WrrH SCPOkTCH kl  --[ g 5 462-7374 405 N. Lewis St., Glenville, WV 26351 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mort.. Fri.- 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sat. t]arter against Clay. However, ay then took charge of the game and pulled ahead easily. John Pumam led Gilmer with 15 points, Jason Fisher contrib- uted 12 and Brian Taylor added 10points. At West Union on Friday night, Gilmer outscored Doddridge in both the second and third quarters, but the Bull- dogs rallied in the fourth quar- ter, sinking 22 points compared to Gilmer s 11 points. Midget bas):, players out The Midget Basketball League gives every interested student the opportunity to loam the basics and to apply them in a game. A game consists of four quarters lasting five minutes each, and every student plays a minimum of five minutes per game. The players have participated in a clinic at Glenville State Col- lege that developed skills in shooting, passing, dribbling and pivoting. The players have been practicing several weeks. All games are open to the public. Support the Midget League by attending the games. Call if any questions 462-8441. Sand Fork Dark Blue coached by Tim White: is Brandy Perrin, Kevin Junkins, Lewesla McClain, Darci Pritt, Misty Tomblin, Megan Miller, Casey Jones and Tim Henline. Sand Fork Light Blue is coached by Wendell Tomblin: Josh Holmes, Angel Wine, Jer- emy Loudin, Angela Kelley, James Brannon, Josh Godfrey and Kelly Osbom. The Troy Trojans are coac:hed by Dan Minney and L arr7 ' Som- Thursday, ntinue ,ugh Frank Re ints, John llings each The "unior lost to JDoddridg Eddie Carder points to G Gilmer home take on Win at January 18. Doddridge Game Gilmer (53) Brian Taylor 4 0-I E! 1 0-0 2, John Puurlaff t 5 Hunt 2 I-2 5, Frank Mike WeIIJ.ngs 4 2-3 I 0-0 2, Adam Peters 0 23 7-17 53. etball ith the erville: Mark Whitehair, Matt Chapman, Jere: Toney Spears, David Jordan, Ashley Williams, and Kristy Lockharl- Glenvillc Black Randy Hitt and Randv Hitt, Justin Bamc, Shawn MoY Wolfe, Lee EllySO Starcher. Glenville Red is Brian Vest and Joey Frashure, J( Justin Murphy, Shane Jefferics, lief, Amber Davis. No rm an to wn by Robert Minigla: Steve Jones, Tro Nathan James, Minigh, Josh Ha Beall and Normantown by Bacil Drennen: Christopher Ramezan, Julic Norman, Rod Drcnnen and Glenville Pioneers BluefieM and Cam, The Glcnville State College Pioneer basketball team had a good week of play, winning two and losing one. Glcnville beat Blueficld State College, 102-91, at a home game last Wednesday in an im- pressive conference victory. The Big Blues had led by as many as 11 points in the first half after jumping ahead to a 7-0 lead to start the game. ENJOY MORE AFFORDABLE INSUUNCIE!  NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Glenville KENNETH FOGLESONG 31 Fmrground Rd & LORU5. Disney Character Watches Starting at s19 Stop by and see our large selection. BAIRD'S JEWELRY "Your Full Service Jeweln/Store" 765-5151 Located off 1-79, Exit 67, Flatwoods Mon.-Fri. 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Independently owned and operated by Don E. Baird But along Jackson's 17 bounds and Uwor points, Glenville come back for the The Pioneers win, traveling to c defeated, 109-8, Concord's being 6- ference. Eric Knight both scored 24 Pioneers. " Glenvil!e then bia University, Union, game 109-81. Glenville State hind 18-17 with left in the first Uwone Jackson 3-pointer the to stay in the game. Will Jackso. n for the winners, scbred 14 poinL Andre Dekok middlc picking up the winnine scorC- The Pioneers Virginia State o. and will host Saturday night. 7:30 p.m. Try the Dial Derrick Breakfast open Luncheon S 11 a.m. Derrick t Open TO GO, C 9 E. Main