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t Glenville, WV Ph0ne462-8688 i 4 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder Thursday, Februar1! The Glenville State College Pioneers used their long-range artillery last Wednesday night to defeat host Alderson-Broaddus 83-67. Then on Monday night, David Hall pounded the nets for 29 points to lead the Pioneers to a win over Davis & Elkins. Sophomore Bernie Rees, the top three-point shooter in the West Virginia Conference, and one of the top in the nation, hit eight of 13 three-point field goals to lead the Pioneers with 24 points. Clinton Hinton added 17, Paul Grier 16 and William P! Don't Buy Your Spring Rifle, Shotgun or Pistol Until You Have Been to the Gilmer County Feb. 25.26 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Gilmer County Recreation Center Jy, For information call Phil Cunningham II Large Discounts All Thru February. A Small Down Payment Is All It Takes, Or Trade In Your Old Gun. Stop In And Talk It Over. W= Ah ii ~1 ii ii u ii IIII iii Jackson 11 in the win. Happy Valentine's Day GlenviUe upped their record to 10-10 overall and 6-6 in the WVC with the win. On Monday night, the Pio- neers traveled to Elkins to take on Davis & Elkins. David Hall canned 29 points and pulled down nine rebounds in leading the Pioneers to their 1 lth win of the year over D&E by a 66-56 margin. The only other Pioneer scorer to hit double figures was Dwayne Williamson, who netted 10 points. Glenville hosted West Liberty on Wednesday night. Gilmer wi s two over Wahama The Gilmer County Varsity and JV ruffled the feathers of twelve-point lead in the second the Wahama White Falcons onquarter and saw Wahama come Tuesday, January 31 in Mason. back to trail only by four at In the JV game the score was halftime 38-34. In the third pe- tied at 11 as the first quarter riod, the Titans pulled away 58- ended. 46 and continued their scoring Gilmer took the lead at in the fourth to give them an 87- halftime 29-15. The Titans 57 victory over the Falcons. added to their lead through the third period 44-26. The final score was 54-37 in favor of the Titan JV. The Gilmer Varsity also chalked up a win in the second Gilmer fresh game of the night. The Titans the way a er t ng the to Braxton lead in the first quarter 17-15. The Gilmer team had a The GCHS Freshmen The second game of the week against Ravenswood was cancelled due to the weather. This week the Titans hosted the Braxton Eagles at GCHS and eled to Braxton on January 30 to play the The Braxton squad took early in the game with a 8-2 at the end of the first ter. Shutting the Titans, the second quarter, the held a halftime lead Gilmer managed to score third quarter but fell short In the fourth period of Braxton Freshmen took big win 50-27 over the will visit Calhoun Friday, Feb- Fresh. with 16. He was followed son Hayner with seven; Doddridge upends Rich two; and ----- ~ tWO. ' ~,.., s.n,,, ~y-,~ht C.,ic Titan fresh An Eyesight Screening and Educational Program sponsored Doddridge County unleashed GCHS'---props by the WV Eye Institute and designed especially for Senior Citizens will be held at Americare-Glenville on Thursday, Feb- ruary 9, beginning at 9:00 a.m, Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at the Summit Center in Glenville, For more information call 462-5104. Rock Grove Baptist Church Rev. Charles Mullin has been called to preach at the Rock Grove Baptist Church near Urn. He will preach on the first and third Sunday nights at 7:00 p.m., and on the fifth Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Mullin has spent 10-years as a foreign missionary in Korea. He also has the Smithville Baptist Church. He resides at Harrisville. Gilmer County Music Boosters An organizational meeting of the Gilmer County Music Boost- ers will be held Thursday, February 16 at 7:00 p.m. in the new GCHS bandroom, The organization will help support all county musical efforts. Tb~ agenda includes a presentation about the current music program, a tour of the resource cen- ter, a discussion of future plans and fundraising efforts, and election of officers. It is Important that as many parents, teachers, alumni and other interested Individuals as psslble their Bulldogs on the Gilmer Freshmen in a regular season game on Wednesday, February 1 in Glenville. At the end of the first period, the score was tied at 12. Doddridge took the lead at halftime 28-16. Failing to score in the third period, the Titans were down 37-16 going into the final quar- ter of play. Doddridge finally beat the Gilmer Fresh 43-23. Scoring for Gilmer were: Ja- son Fisher 12; Jason Hayner six; Mike Shackleford two; Jason Jones two; and Richard Bailey one. On Thursday, February 2, the Gilmer County Mini-Titans traveled to Cairo to play the Pharoahs. Cairo jumped out to an early lead 11-6 in the first quarter. At halftime, Cairo led Zl-16. The game remained in Cairo's to Red Devils On Thursday, Freshmen of GCHS feated by the Calhoun Red ils on the Titan's At the end of the first the score was close Calhoun's favor. was down by eleven 25-i the half ended. In the riod, Gilmer came within s 29. The final score was Frosh 43 and Gilmer 38. The leading scorers game for Gilmer were: Fisher 22; David Rich son Hayner five; and Shacldeford three. In play this week, the Freshmen hosted the Eagles on Monday, and traveled to play the Bulldogs on day, February affend this organizational meeting In order to lay the proper favor 27-20 as the third period groundwork and get the organization off to a good start, of play ended. The final score 31-26 gave the Pharoahs a vie- Mini-Titans lose Square Dance in overtime The Doddridge County LivestOCk Association is sponsoring a square dance at the Doddddge County Park on Snowbird Road, on Saturday, Feb. 18, from 9-12 p,m. Music by the "Davlsson Band." Refreshments will be available. from "To Your Health" Family Fitness Center! Continued on Page 10 i The first ship to pass through the Panama Canal was the Alex Laval- lay on January 7, 1914. in overtime Karen Wooters Holloway hit a pair of three-pointers to begin overtime on Monday night, as the visiting Ladies upended Alderson-Broaddus 91-88. The win brought Glenville's overall average to 13-4, while they jumped to 10-1 in the West Vir- ginia Conference. tory over the Mini-Titans. Joey Self led the Gilmer team with eight. Jeff Montgomery had five and Jason Peele con- nected for four. David Moyers scored three, and two points each were added by Doug Heater, Will Ratliff, and Kevin Hess. In play this week, the Mini- Titans visited Sutton on Mon- day, February 6 and will host Jane Lew on Thursday, Febru- Holloway's and Kim Creel's 12 points, and Nikki Randolph net- ted 10. The Pioneers trailed by three points with just 20 seconds to play, when Johnson converted on a three-point play to force the overtimr. On Tuesday, January Gilmer County Mini- played the Walkersville at Gilmer County High At the end of the first the score was tied at ersville took the 16-15. After the third play, the Broncos brou score up to 27, with Titans trailing with 20. the fourth quarter, the 32-30 in favor of With one second left clock, David Moyers on a two point basket to score 32-32 and send into overtime. During the overtime the Mini-Titans scored point to win. The was 39-32. Scoring Titans were: Jason Doug Heater 10; David seven; Eddie Carder Ratliff two; Joey Self T.J. Stevens one. Monique Johnson and Tammy Pence led the Lady Pio- neers in scoring in the win, with Pence had 12 rebounds for the winners, while Creel grabbed 10 for the Pioneers. And have ,we got a "Sweetheart of a Deal" for 26and23 points respectively. Randolph dished out seven as- Also providing points were sists in the win. HAVE you! With spring just around the corner, everyone .......... = SOMETHING T0 wants to shed the extra pounds accumulated through " SELL? the winter, and exercise is a great way to !ose the weight and boost your morale! A membership at "To " 1/{ CLASS Your Health" can be the key to a healthier, happier ,.. pupil of the eye ~and$ as much as 45 percent when a person looks at something pleasing. you. To help you celebrate Valentine's Day without ru- ining your bank account, "To Your Health" will let you purchase any membership at regular price and one of the same memberships at 1/2 price for anyone you choose! Give the gift that shows you really care - a chance for a healthier, happier new body with a mem- bership at "To Your Health" Family Fitness Center! I I IIIII For more information CALL: 462-5095 or Visit Us at: 18 Foodland Plaza 1 315 W. Main St., Glenville 462'5631