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I ' lllllUllll illlllllllllllll Thursday, February 26, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder __ Page 7 Gilmer Spor00 Sce.e One!:Duvin ........... ..... TenAll StarStar For s_ports informatcall: 304-462-7309 OLIVIA SOMERVILLE GCHS G00rls' Basketball Team Ends Regular Season On Tuesday, Feb. 17, the Lady Ti- tan basketball team of Gilmer County High School hosted Parkersburg Catholic for their final regular season game. The ladies, who were recently de- feated by Catholic in the LKC Night of Champions, played hard, but were unable to deliver a win, as they were defeated, 57-42. MAGGIE LILLY Individually for Gilmer, Jessica Montgomery had two rebounds, went two-for-two from the foul line, and scored six points; Maggie Lilly had one rebound, went three-for-four from the foul line, and scored five points; Jenny Wolfe went one-for-two from the foul line and scored one point; Kourtney Beall had one rebound and scored two points; Megan Normant had one rebound and scored two points; and Brittany Blake had one rebound and scored three points. High scorer for this game was se- nior Catherine Butcher, scoring 23 points, including five three-point goals. Butcher also had eight rebounds and went two-for-four from the foul line. The JV team was also unsuccessful against Catholic, losing 38-20. Lindsey Robinson scored nine points, ,,''' ' BUTCHER RECOGNIZED DURING SENIOR NIGHT- Standout basketball player, Catherine Butcher, was recognized on Tuesday, Feb. 17 during senior night. Butcher is the only senior basketball player on the team this year. She is a four-year-letterman of the Lady Titan basketball team. Catherine is the daughter of Tim and Diane Butcher. Congratulations and best of luck in your future endeavors, Catherine! GSC Summer AthLe00!ic Camps The Glenville State College Pio- neer Athletic camps provide excel- lent instructional opportunities for teams and individuals emphasizing skills, techniques, and fundamentals design to increase the ability of each player. Camps are offered for foot- ball, girls basketball, and boys bas- ketball, for students in grades 5-12. The 2009 Pioneer Football Camp is under the direction of GSC Head Coach Alan Fiddler. His staff will include GSC assistant coaches and current and former players. This is an cost is $150 for overnight campers and $120 for day campers. For more information or to register, contact Fid- dler at (304) 462-7361 ext. 7230 or by e-mail at alan.fiddler@ glenville, edu. Second year head coach Dennis Fitzpatrick will be conducting the GSC Lady Pioneer Basketball Camps. The staffwill include Assistant Coach Jared Alltop, other area high school coaches, and current Lady Pioneer players. There will be two sessions for the individual camp: July 8-12, and July 19-23. Cost of the camp is June 26-28. For more information or to register, contact Fitzpatrick at (304) 462-7361 ext. 7226 or by e-mail at dennis'fitzpatrick@ glenville" edu. The 2009 GSC Boys' Basketball Camps will be led by Head Coach Dwaine Osborne. The camp staff will include Assistant Coaches Randy Unger and Stephen Dye, current and former GSC players. The Individual Camp will take place June 14-17. The cost is $240 fl)r overnight campers and $210 for day campers. The GSC Boys Basketball Team Camp will be excellent non-pad instructional camp that is structured to give every camper the same instruction and attention. The camp will be held Sunday, June 28 through Tuesday, June 30. The Lady Pim The Lady Pioneers dropped a heart- breaker to the visiting Lady Lions of Concord, 62-60, in WVIAC WBB action from Lilly Gymnasium. CU's Sierra Brown hit a layup with 3.7 seconds to go to give her team the win. Christine DiSabato's 35 foot last second shot would just rim out as the buzzer sounded. STOP Don't Buy Your Spring Rifle, Shotgun or Pistol Until You Have Been to the . Glenville Knife & Gun Show Feb. 21 - 22 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday Gilmer County Recreation Center Buy, Sell or Swap For Information Call Phil Cunningham, 462-8654 Smith Land Surveying Basketball Camp Applications are now being evalu- ated for the Ten Star All Star Summer Basketball Camp. The Ten Star All Star Basketball Camp is by invitation only. Boys and' girls ages 10-19 are eligible to apply. Past participants include: Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Jerry Stackhouse, Grant Hill, and Antawn Jamison. Players from 50 states and 11 for- eign countries attended the 2008 camp. Basketball scholarships are possible for players selected to the All-Ameri- can Team. Camp locations includd: Marietta, OH; Phoenix, AZ; Babson Park, FL; Gainesville, GA; Champaign, IL; Glassboro, NJ; Ithaca, NY; Lebanon, TN; Commerce, TX; and Blacksburg, VA. There is also a summer camp avail- able for boys and girls ages 9-18, of all skill levels. For a free brochure on these sum- me/ camps, please call (704) 373- 0873 anytime or visit www.tenstar can tl). com. Attn: Coaches Remember to send your team's basketball statistics to The Parkersburg News in or- der for your team and players to be recognized. They need to be e-mailed or faxed to Jim Butta by 8 p.m. Sunday of each week. His e-mail is jbutta @newsand Fax number is 485-5 ! 22 G proudly presents. Specializing in WV - Made Products Such a fishing lures', ammo, turkey calls, deer lures, food, plot seed and etc. Phone 304.462.868800 County-wide baseball and softball sign-ups are Saturday Feb, 28, 2009 from 12:00-3:00 at the Rec. Center in the White House. There is a $20.00 sign -up fee. Please bring three proofs of residency. New players bring Birth Certificate. Mr. Gre Smith, Owner 226 W. Main St., Glenville (304) 462-5634 Smith Land Surveying Best of luck next year! (Editor's Note: It is only through enthusiastic and devoted fan support that our Gilmer County basketball teams can gain the advantage. And, in close games, 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. You can't find any more exciting entertainment, especially now that tourna- ment time is coming up in Charleston and Parkersburg.) / fishing supplies / / Baseball and Presented by: We offer 90-day Layaways Softball Sign-Ups The Glenville State Lady Pioneers fell in yet another heart breaker, 58- 55. The loss drops the Lady Pioneers to 8-17 overall and 6-12 in WVIAC play. Alderson Broaddus' Lady Bat- ....... ` tiers move to 13-12 overall and 10-8 / .... - Trout & Musky m the WVIAC. Concord, which improves to l2-12 point line. Donita Adams added 13 on atripleformtheleftarchwithl3 GCHS Titans Overall and 10-7 in the WVIAC, points and five rebounds for GSC as seconds to go to knot the game at 60. )'l FallAt Veb'24"Dddridge'HOME'5:45 '5 Lady Pioneers 26- Richwood- Away- 7:45 p.m. \\; , GCHS Lady PORT SHOP Alderson- Titans Congratulations on your season! Broaddus day $230 for overnight campers, $180 for held June 19-2 '. For more informa-evening campers, or register, GSC_00_00Pi .. _ and and $130 tion to contact Osborne at  ,p, p, ]. for day only campers. The 2009 GSC (304) 462-7361 ext. 7228 or by e-mail  Pioneer Team Camp is scheduled fOrers Drop A Heartbreakeratdwainesbrne@glenvi/leedu Feb. 23 -Davis & Elkins- HOME, 5:30 p.m. 28. WV Wesleyan- Away- 2.00 p.m. would get 21 points and six boards they fall to 8-16 Overall and 6-11in Mar. 2 - WVIAC Tournament from Brown and would also receive a the WVIAC. double-double from Center Amber The teams would gointo thelocker " t Showalter, as she chipped in l l points room at half deadlocked at 28  [ l_ and 12 rebounds, all. Glenville would connect on 40% Mallory Menendez would pace the of their shots. Lady Pioneers with 21 points, con- The back and forth affair would see necting on seven of 12 field goals seven ties and 141ead changes. Trail- including five of seven from the three ing by three, DiSabato would connect Feb. 23: Davis & Elkins- HOME- 7:30 p.m. 28: WV Wesleyan- Away - 4:00 p.m. Support our local Gilmer County basketball teams/ GSC Pioneers