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Gilm er Xparts Xcen e For sports information, call: 304-462-7309 1 B" Life-styles m The Gilmer Sports Scene & Social Scenes| The Glenville Democrat I The Glenville Pathfinder www. Glen villeNews, com SEVERAL OF GSC'S MANY STUDENT ATHLETES Butcher Named Small School Athlete of the Week In the Wednesday, January 21,2009 issue of The Parkersburg News, Catherine Butcher was named Small School Athlete of the Week. Butcher, the only senior on the Gilmer County High School varsity girls' basketball team this year, is be- ing recognized for her performance in the game in Doddridge. According to the paper, "The Gilmer County basketball star was instru- mental in the Titans' 43-42 Little Kanawha Conference victory over Doddridge County. Butcher led Gilmer County with 18 points, mak- ing five field goals, and seven of eight free throws." Congratulations, Catherine! McDonald,s ! presents... HAPPINESSV. [ With the teams at GCHS and GSC well into their season, things are really heating up on the court. What better time to come out and support our fine Gilmer Co. basketball teams? Glenville State College Pioneers Jan. 29: Davis & Elkins (Away) - 7:30 p.m, Jan.31: WV State (Home) - 7:30 p,m. Feb. 2: WV Wesleyan (Home) - 7:30 p.m Glenville State Colleqe Lady Pioneers Jan. 29: Davis & Elkins (Away)- 5:30 p.m. Jan. 31: WV State (Home) - 5:30 p.m. Feb. 2: WV Wesleyan (Home) - 5:30 p.m. McDonald's of Glenville would like to wish the best of luck to the GSC Pioneers and the GCHS Titans! GCHS Titans Jan. 25-31 : Mountain State Coal Classic Feb. 3: Webster (Away) - 5:45 p.m. GCHS Lady Titans Jan. 28: Wirt (Away) - 6:00 p.m. Jan. 30: Clay (Home) - 5:45 p.m. Feb. 3: Roane (Away)- 5:45 p.m. Mini Titans Boys !; WIn'sell the best ~ith 24 hottr service on_the rest[ I" ...... --'1 Stop in after the game 0 our Glenvill ~4cDonald's. Brine. /our ticket stub from :hat week's game and re- ;eive a 10 % discount This offer expires on 2/14/O~ I I I I I I I I I I I I LI l I lilil Ill J Jan. 29: Robert L. Bland (Home) - 6:00 p.m. Jan. 31: Pleasant County (Home) - 11:00 a.m. Feb. 2: Wirt (Home)- 6:00 p.m. Feb. 4: South Harrison (Away)- 6:00 p.m. Mini Titans Girls Jan. 29: Robert L. Bland (Away) - 5:30 p.m. Jan. 31: Pleasant County (Away)- 11:00 a.m. Feb. 4: South Harrison (Away)- 7:00 p.m. (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 and West Virginia, you can 't find any more exciting entertainment!) Sponsored by m McDonald's Like Gilmer County's teams, McDonald's is always a We, at McDonald's all our Gilmer County coaches and players. Stop in before or alter the game! John and Jack Ebert Owners Glenville 462-5010 TITANS PLAYING DEFENSE- L-R James Farley (32), Jordan Knight (15), Daniel Dulude (4), Zach Burkhammer (12) and William Radcliff (no number visible) playing a tough defense. GCHS Basketball Team to Play in Mountain State Coal Classic Tournament This Week The 10-1 Gilmer County High School varsity basketball team con- tinues to look good as they defeated two more teams last week, Wirt and Roane Counties. On Tuesday, January 20, the Titans traveled to Wirt County. The team came out to win, outscoring the Ti- gers 14-0 in the first quarter and ex- tended their lead 30-6 by half time. There wag no looking back from there as the Titans continued their success to get the big victory, 57-30. Individually for Gilmer, Ryan Hough had two rebounds and four points, Daniel Dulude had two re- bounds and five points, Jordan Knight had two rebounds and four points, eddy James had two rebounds and four points, and William Radcliff had two rebounds, went three for five at the foul line, and scored seven points. High scorers for this game were Zach Burkhammer with 12 points. Jalil Hosey with 11 points, and James Farley with ten points. Burkhammer also had five rebounds and went two for two at the foul line. Hosey had five rebounds and went one for two at the foul line, and Farley had five re- bounds and went zero for two at the foul line. The JV team also took on the Ti- gers, but were not able to get the win, falling 58-37~. This is the JV team's first loss of the season, lan Morris scored 11 points. The teams were back on the court on Friday, hosting the Roane County Raiders. The team was on their A- game again as they blew the Raiders out of the water, 72-35. The Titans started out strong again, scoring 21 points in the first quarter to just a mere three on Roane's side. The Titans continued to put up big scoring numbers in each quarter, con- tributing to their big win. Late in the game, Head Coach Steve Shuff de- cided to give the varsity players a rest and give the Raiders a chance as he put in five fresh JV players. Even with the younger players in the'game. the Raiders were no match for the Titan basketball team as they domi- nated the game. Individually for Gilmer. lan Morris had one rebound and three points, Ryan Hough had one rebound and two points, Daniel Dulude had three rebounds and seven points, Frank Hosey went one for two at the foul line and scored one point, Jordan Knight had two rebounds and four points, Cody James had two rebounds and four points, Jalil Hosey had two rebounds and four points, and Cody Grogg had two rebounds, went one for two from the foul line, and scored five points. High scorers for Friday night's game were Zach Burkhammer with 18 points, William Radcliff with 12 points, and James Farley .with 12 points. Burkhammer also had seven rebounds, Radcliff had six rebounds, and Farley had five rebounds and went two for two at the foul line. 'The Titans played again on Tues- day against Greenbrier West in the Mountain State Coal Classic. Results were not available at press time. If the team won. they will play again on Thursday; if they lost. they will play again on Saturday. Good luck! GSC Celebrates 100 Years of Basketball Back by popular demand and in celebration of 100 years of basketball at Glenville State College. GSC Head Men's Basketball Coach Dwaine Osborne announces that the tettermen's alumni basketball game will be played on Saturday, January 31. 2009. This coincides with the College's doubleheader games against West Virginia State in the Jesse Lilly Gym of the College's Physical Educa- tion Building. The alumni game will begin at 1:00 p.m. At 5:30 p.m. GSC's Lady Pioneers will play WV State and then at 7:30 p.m. the Men's Pioneer team will play WV State's men's team. where all of the College's returning letterman will be recognized by the audience during half time of the men's game. G.N. HEATIN6 f, COOLING Lloyd May, Gary Whiing, Duslin Allen Experienced Installers OW~I[D [,y GARY M. AND KAVA J. WHITING .THE GIT-R-DON[: ~p,,.ccr, ,,,v GAN(; II .. For Atl Your Auto :Needs, Complete Repair, Service, . Body Work, and State Inspections 33 & 119. across from State Road HQ. Glenville Gle Auto Repair~Bod Shop Hours:M-F 8 a;m.-5 p.m. Closed Sat.-Sun. Returning letterman are encouraged to contact Coach Osborne at (304~ 462-7361 ext 7228 or via e-mail to dwaine, osborne @glenville. edu if they are interested in playing in the alumni game. Returning letterman not play- ing in the game but planning to be recognized during half time of the men's game. as the College celebrates this 100 year milestone for the Pio- neers, should contact Debbie Nagy, Special Assistant to thc President/ Director of Alumni Affairs at (304) 462-4122. local or (866) 239-0285. toll free or via e-mail to debra.nagy @ glenville, edu so we can plan accordingly. There is no charge for the alumni game. Standard ticket prices apply to the women's and men's evening games. The public ~s encouraged to join us for the games as we celebrate 100 years of basketball at GSC. He who makes a paradise of his bread makes a hell of his hunger. Antonio Porchia r Braxten Lumber " Company, Inc. P.O. Box 53, Heaters, WV 26627 (304) 765-5461 Rt. 19 North at Salt Lick Bridge For Sale Air Dried Hemlock Siding 65 cents sq. It, lx8. lxl0. lx12 T & G Paneling .75 cents sq. ft. Various Species Planer Shavings, Pick up Truck Load, $25 Dump Truck Load $50