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Gilm er Sl00arts Seen e For sports information call: 304-462-7309 Thursday, February 12, 2009 -- The Glenville DemocraffPathfinder -- Page 7A BELL GOES UP- JV player Nathan Bell goes up for a shot against South Harrison on Saturday to help his team get the win. GCHS Varsity Basketball Team Looking for Wins. the win, 45-32. ..................................... ....... '4rrdiiduallyor the Titans, Ian This Week Last week, the Titans were all wins as they traveled to Wirt County on Thursday and hosted South Harrison on Saturday. Both games were a total success for Gilmer, pushing their record to an undefeated 9-0 in the Little Kanawha Conference South Division and 13-2 overall. On Thursday, the Titans were on the road at Wirt County, looking for their second win against the Tigers. The Titans started out slowly, al- lowing the Tigers to outscore them in the first quarter by one point. Gilmer went to work in the second quarter, getting the lead and keeping it going into halftime, with a score of 21-17. Gilmer continued to dominate the game, outscoring Wirt in the third and KNIGHT SHOOTS- Senior starter Jordan Knight is pictured here scoring two point of his ten points for the Titans in Saturday's game against the South Harrison Hawks. Morris had one rebound and three points, Frank Hosey had one rebound and two points, Zach Burkhammer had two rebounds and four points, Jordan Knight had three rebounds and six points, and Cody James had one rebound and two points. High scorers for this game were James Farley, with 17 points, and William Radcliff, with 11 points. Farley also had five rebounds and went three-for-five at the foul line. Radcliff also had five rebounds and went one-for-one at the foul line. The JV Titans were also successful in getting the win over the Tigers. Final score for their game was 57-38. The Titans were back on the court Saturday, going up against South Harrison in a make-up game that was previously cancelled due to bad weather. Gilmer was ready andworkedhard scoring double digit points in all four quarters. Daniel Dulude had two rebounds and scored five points, Jordan Knight had four rebounds, went one-for-two at the foul line, and scored ten points, and James Farley had two rebounds, went four-for-four at the foul line, and scored nine points. High scorers for this game were Zach Burkhammer, with 14 points, and William Radcliff, also with 14 points. B urkhammer also had five rebounds and went two-for-four at the foul line. Radcliff had three rebounds and went eight-for-12 from the foul line.. Gilmer County was back to play on Monday at Calhoun County and Tues- day at Roane County. The Titans will play at Braxton on Friday. Lady Pioneers ; ;oftb,00!ll Picked Ninth in Coaches' Poll Defending WVIAC regular season spot. champion West Virginia Wesleyan is 2008 WVIAC Tournament cham- the overwhelming favorite to capture pion West Virginia State grabbed one the 2009 league softball crown. Steve first place vote and nabbed the second Warner'sBobcats, who have captured spot. The third through seventh posi- 14 of the past 17 WVIAC regular tionswereseparatedbyonlyfivevotes season titles, earned 13 of 15 votes in extremely close balloting. Shep- from league's coaches for the top herd is third in the poll, followed by SPORT SHOP Handguns in Stock ... For Hunting & Home _ Accepting guns for pawn -' * Carry-out beer /-Trout & Musky fishing supplies + Wax worms now available " WeS r Shop locally for better deals! I J Come see our new look  Phone 304.462.8688 Fairmont State, Alderson-Broaddus, Wheeling Jesuit, and Charleston. UC's Golden Eagles were the recipi- ent of the final first place vote. West Liberty, Glenville State, and Seton Hill round out the top ten. Davis & Elkins, Ohio Valley, Salem International, Concord, and Bluefield State complete the polling. Glenville State (17-33, ll-ll) is another squad that was bitten by the injury bug last season, but Rick Moore's Lady Pioneers expect to be on the rise. Meagan James, Candace White, and Karly Eskew pace what should be a capable attack. The 12-team WVIAC Tournament is slated for April 30 to May 2 at Vienna's Jackson Park complex. WVIAC squads will also face a new set of hurdles for post-season qualification in 2009, as the league shifts to the Atlantic Region from the Great Lakes Region. League teams will now be paired with the Pennsyl- vania State Athletic Conference and Central Intercollegiate Athletic Con- ference in the NCAA Division II soft- ball strucm 11 " G Soccer Returns The WVU Extension Service in Gilmer County has plans to reorga- nize the 4-H soccer program for the fall of 2009. This program was started about 2000 and offered soccer for kindergarten through sixth grade stu- dents in Gilmer County. During the fall of 2008, the program was not continued, due to a lack of interest. Since its loss, several individuals have expressed concern about the program shutting down. Therefore, the WVU Extension Service will try to reorganize the pro- gram. However, this program cannot function without the efforts of volun- teers. Volunteerism was the area where the main "lack of interest" was in 2008. The soccer program requires many volunteers, in several different positions: coaches, assistant coaches, referees, time keepers, fund raising, concdssions, and painting/lining the field. The WVU Extension Service is putting out the call now to individuals who would be willing to step up and volunteer with the 4-H soccer pro- gram. Contact the Extension Office at 462-7061 by Friday, February 20, if you can give of your time and talents for this wonderful youth de- velopment program. Without volun- teers, this program will not be able to return in 2009. Lady Pioneers Upset UPJ The Lady Pioneers snapped a two- game skid in a big way by upsetting WVIAC leading University of Pitt - Johnstown, 80-75, at Lilly Gym. Mallory Menendez led the way for Glenville with 17 points, as GSC shot a scorching 51.7% in the second half to run PaSt the Lady Cats. Donita Adams scored 14, Kristen Golden came off the bench to add 12, Christine DiSabato added 11 and Beth Deren chipped in ten as the Lady Pioneers improved to 7-12 overall and 5-8 in the WVIAC. Sheena Aden scored a game-high 22 points to pace UPJ, as they fell to 13-7 overall and 11-2 in the WVIAC. Monae Baker came off the bench to score 17 and grab 13 re- bounds, Andrea Dalton had 14 and Lindsay Cale scored 11 points as Pitt- Johnstown shot just 32.1% in the sec- ond half. UPJ would race out to a huge first- half lead, and after an Aden jumper, the Lady Cats would lead 34-16, with 6:05 to go. The Pioneers would counter with a 17-10 run over the rest of the half to go into the locker room down I l, 44- 33. The second half would begin much like the first half ended, with Glen- ville State on a run. The Lady Pio- neers would outscore UPJ, 19-7, over the first 5:46 to grab the lead at 52- 51. Pitt Johnstown would answer back with a 5-0 spurt, and after a Dalton free throw, they would lead again at 58-54, with 11:40 to go. After the two teams would trade tree throws, Glenville State would go on a 9-0 run, capped offby a DiSabato triple that put them up six, 65-59 with 7:51 left. Not to be out done, UPJ would again claw back, this time with a 9-2 run, as Aden would hit a driving layup to make it 68-67, with 4:27 left to go. Tied at 71-71, the Lady Pioneers would grab the lead for good on a Suzy Harvey jumper. Radcliff, Butcher Receive Basketball Honors In the Feb. 4 issue of The Parkers- burg News, junior basketball star, William Radcliff and senior basket- ball standout, Catherine Butcher, were named to the Small School Athlete of the Week Honor Roll. Congratulations to both athletes on such an accomplishment! !iii!]!iiiiii! Presented by RAMSEY ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM, INC. & DAWG HOUSE GYM In Gilmer County, basketball is a great 'Tradition.' Good luck to all teams in the rest of their seasons ! GSC Pioneers Feb. 12 -Charleston (HOME) -7:30 p.m. Feb. 14 - Bluefield State (Away) - 7:30 p.m. GSC Lady Pioneers Feb. 12- Charleston (HOME) - 5:30 p.m. Feb. 14 - Bluefield State (Away)- 5:30 p.m. GCHS Titans Feb. 13 - Braxton- 5:45 p.m. Feb. 19 or 21- Little Kanawha Conference GCHS Lady Titans Feb. 12- Little Kanawha Conference  \\; Placement ]'7 Feb. 17- Parkersburg Catholic  (HOME)- 5:45 p.m. - " i i Sponsored by: RAMSEY ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM, INC. & DAWG HOUSE GYM 1 317 W. Main St. Glenville 462-5744 /