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Page 6A -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, March 12, 2009 Gilm er Sit, arts Seen e For sports information call: 304-462-7309 GCHS Basketball Team Ends Season 19-5 On Tuesday, March 3, the Titan Basketball team went to Ritchie County High School to go up against Williamstown in the Second Round of Sectionals. Gilmer was unsuccessful in their attempt to advance to Regionals. as they were defeated by the Yellowjackets, 52-46. Individually for the Titans, Zach Burkhammer scored four points: Jor- dan Knight scored four points; James Farley scored 14 points: William Radcliff scored six points; Frank Hosey went one-for-two at the foul line and scored One point; Cody James scored ten posts; Jalil Hosey scored four points: and Ian Morris scored three points. The Titans went 19 for 47 in shoot- ing, had 24 rebounds, including five by William Radcliff, had eight as- sists, including three by Frank Hosey, and had seven steals, including two by Jordan Knight and two by Frank Hosey. Gilmer had 13 turnovers in the game. Congratulations to each of the team members and coaches on a successful season! Best of luck next year! Also. Congratulations to the seniors, Daniel Dulude,Jordan Knight, James Farley, Zach Burkhammer, and Cody Grogg, on your time as a member of the Titan Basketball team. Good luck in each of your future endeavors. Glenville State College Lady Pioneers host 16 Team Softball Tournament Fri., Sat., Sun. The Lady Pioneer Softball team. under Head Coach Rick Moore. will host a 16-team tournament this week- end, March 13,14, and 15. The tournament will have games being played at both the Sue Morris Sports Complex fields and the soft- ball field at Morris Stadium, on Min- eral Road. beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday. The Lady Pioneers will have their first game at noon on Friday at the softball field at Morris Stadium. tak- ing on the number one ranked team in the country, Lock Haven. Below is a full schedule of the weekend's tournament. Best of luck to our Lady Pioneers and the rest of the team participat- ing. Friday, March 13 Doug's Field@ Complex 10:00 a.m. Mercy Hurst vs. Salem 12:00 noon Salem vs Cal PA 2:00 p.m. Edinboro vs Ohio Valley 4:00 p.m. Edinboro vs West Lib 6:00 p.m. Shelly's Field @ Complex Cal PA vs D&E D&E vs Mercy Hurst West Lib vs Kutztown D&E vs Kutztown GSC Field @ Morris Stadium Lock Haven vs State Lock Haven vs GlenviUe State vs Shippensburg East Stoundsburg vs GlenviUe State vs East Stoundsburg Saturday, March 14 10:00 a.m. Kutxtown vs State Seton Hill vs Shippensburg 12:00 noon UC vs Shippensburg IUP vs D&E 2:00 p.m. Cal PA vs Seton Hill D&E vs Edinboro 4:00 p.m. Salem vs Shippensburg UC vs Lock Haven 6:00 p.m. Seton Hill vs East Stroudsburg UC vs IUP Glenville vs IUP West Lib vs Mercy Hurst Glenville vs Kutztown Ohio Valley vs ESU Ohio Valley vs Lock Haven Sunday, March 15 10:00 a.m. SU vs West Lib 12:00 noon UC vs Kutztown 2:00 p.m. Edinboro vs Salem 4:00 p.m. MHU vs Ohio Valley Edinboro vs UC East Stroudsburg vs Salem IUP vs Ohio Valley IUP vs Seton Hill GlenviUe vs Mercy Hurst Lock Haven vs Seton Hill West Lib vs Cal PA GlenviUe vs Cal PA Admission to the games is $5 per game per day. In 1949 Walter and John Huston became the first father and son to receive Oscar awards. They won for Treasure of Sierra Madre. O JOHN DEERE N + _+ LUNCH SERVED FROM 11:00AM TO I:00PM • SEVERAL MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM • CHOOSE YOUR DECK SIZE • GEAR UP F0R THE MOWING SEA- SON!l DATE: MARCH 21, 2009 TIME: 8:30 AM TO 2:00 PM PLACE: FLATWOODS LAWN & GARDEN SEE NEW EQUIPMENT. TALK TO OUR SALES, PARTS OR SERVICE DEPARTMENTS kl 1 www.JohnDeere.com FLATWOODS LAWN & GARDEN Rt 19 Box 38 ~ 1-79 Exit 67 Flatwoods, WV 26621 (304) 765-5295 or (888) 224-3895 Email ~ info@lockards.com Pioneers Fall to UPJ Marcus Tullis scored 27 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead #4- seeded Pitt Johnstown to a 93-85 vic- tory over #5-seeded Glenville State College in Thursday's WVIAC Quarterfinals in Charleston, WV. Pitt-Johnstown climbed out to a 16- 10 lead at 12:47 on Danny Branch's three-pointer from the top of the key, but Glenville State answered quickly with a 9-2 run over the next 1:31 to take a 20-19 lead. Marcus Tullis net- ted two of his first half 16 points to put the Mountain Cats back into the lead 24-23. However, the Pionners evetually buillt a 37-32 lead on Chase Groves' drive and layup with 2:54 to play, before going into the halftime break leading Pitt-Johnstown, 37-35. The Mountain Cats outscored Glen- ville State 6-2 to start the second half and regain the lead. 41-39 on a pair of Matt Ionadi free-throws at 17:37. Pitt- Johnstown pushed the lead out to 52- 46. before an 11-5 Pioneers' run knot- ted the score at 57 with 10:54 to play. Pitt-Johnstown took control and put the game away by outscoring Glen- ville State, 15-0 over the next 5:43 capped by a Quinton Davis break- away dunk. Tullis' layup at 2:28 gave Pitt-Johnstown its largest lead of the game at 80-64. before the Mountain Cats went on to the eight-point vic- tory. Tullis finished with 27 points on 10-14 shooting from the field and 7- 10 from the free-throw line to lead three Mountain Cats who scored in double-figures. Davis had 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists, while Patrick Grubbs rounded out the double-figure scorers with 13 points and seven rebounds. Head coach Bob Rukavina also got eight posts, six rebounds and a game-high nine as- sists from William Sharpe. Branch also ended the night with eight points. With his nine assists. Sharpe be- came Pitt-Johnstown' s all-time leader in assists with 498. Sharpe needed six asmsts to tie Emmanuel Richardson for the top-spot. The Mountain Cats shot 50.9% (29- 57) from the floor. 5-16 from three- point range and 30-43 from the free- throw line. The Mountain Cats held Glenville State to 46.9% (30-64), in- cluding 10-30 from behind the three- point line. The Pioneers, who were out rebounded 39-33. were also 15-22 from the charity Stripe. Jamal Holden pouredi n a game- high 30 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished out six assists to lead Glen- ville State. Anthony Kimble added 19 points and five rebounds, and Tryvan Leech tallied 14 points and five re- bounds for the Pioneers, who ended the season with a 20-9 overall record. Lady Pioneers Fall to Seton Hill in WVIAC Tournament The Lady Pioneers squandered a 10-point first half lead and were never able to recover, as they fell to the Lady Griffins of Seton Hill, 67-49, in the first round of the WVIAC Women's Tournament SHU used a 30-10 run over the final 13 minutes of the openmg frame to seize a 10 point halftime advantage and cruise to the quarterfinals and the Charles- ton Civic Center. The loss finished the 2008-09 campaign for GSC with a record of 9-19 and marks the first time since 1996 they have failed to make it out of the first round of the WVIAC tournament. The Lady Griffins were paced by Katie Lintner's 18 posts and 15 re- bounds. Orit Farchi added 13 and Erika Haitz chipped in I0. Glenville State got 20 points from Donita Adams and 10 points and six rebounds from Kristen Golden. The Lady Pioneers finished the season with a 9-19 record. GSC raced out to a 16-6 advantage, capped off by an Adams' triple with 13:51 remaining. SHU would then run off nine straight to cut the lead to one. The Pioneers would get four quick points to push the margin back to five. before getting outscored 21-6 the rest of the way. Glenville would get the lead down to seven to open the half, but that would be it, as SHU would increase the lead to as many as 20 before settling on the final. For the game, the Pioneers would shoot just 36%. including just five of 21 from the 3point line. NAS CAR 's Kobalt Tools 500's Results Track Stats: • Kobalt Tools 500 • Atlanta Motor Speedway • Atlanta, GA I. Kurt Busch 2. Jeff Gordon 3. Carl Edwards 4. Kevin Harvick 5. Brian Vickers 6. Clint Bowyer 7. Kasey Kahne 8 Tony .Stewart 9. Jimmie Johnson 10. Martin Truex Jr. 11. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 12. Matt Kenseth 13'. Denny Hamlin 14. Jeff Burton 15. Jamie McMurray 16. Casey Mears 17. AJ Allmendinger 18. Kyle Busch 19. David Ragan 20. Elliott Sadler 21. Aric Almirola 22. Ryan Newman 23. David Stremme 24. David Gilliland 25. Michael Waltrip Next Week (3/22): • Food City 500 • Bristol Motor Speedway • Bristol. TN • FOX, 1:30 p.m. Burkhammer Recognized Zach Burkhammer, senior Titan basketball player, was named to the Small School Athlete of the Week Honor Roll in the Wednesday, March 4 issue of The Parkersburg News. Congratulations, Zach! Since the introduction of these incredible jewels, created exclu- sively by Charles & Colvard and available at fine jewelry and department stores across the nation, women everywhere have discovered what it means to get that "all eyes on you" feeling sim- ply by walking into a room. Pioneers Drop Seton Hill, 77-65 in WVIAC First Round The Pioneers used big runs to close the first half and open the second to help pull away from vimting Seton Hill, 77-65, in the first round of the :WVIAC Tournamem _from Lilly Gymnasium. Anthony Kimble paced four GSC players in double figures with 19 points, while adding seven boards, as Glenville State improved to 20-8. The 20 wins marks the first time since the 92-93 Season and just the second time in the last 37 years. Jamal Holden filled the stat line as usual, contributing 16 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Chase Groves added 14 posts and seven assists, and Tryvan Leech went over the 1000 point mark for his two year career on his way to 13 points. The Griffins were led by 18 posts apiece for Cody Boone and Jordan Thomas. Alex Tomic added 15 points, d'spite missinglarge parts of the game- due to-foul trouble. ,, .......... The Pioneers would find themselves trailing 14-13 with 11:35 to go. Tryvan Leech would then drain two three pointers and a jumper to put Glenville up 21-14. with 8:34 left in the half. SHU would come right back with seven unanswered, to knot the game at 21 all with 6:56 to go. Glenville State would then outscore Seton Hill 17-0 the rest of the way to grab a 38-21 lead at the break. The Pioneers shot a scorching 50% in the opening frame, including 8 of 13 (61.5%) from downtown. Glenville would then open the sec- ond half with a 12-2 spurt to extend the lead to 27, 50-23 with 16:53. All told, GSC would outscore Seton Hill,,29-2 over a 10 minate span, to close the first half and open the sec- ond. The Griffins would not go quietly, as twice they cut the deficit to single digits. However, the Pioneers would connect on 9 of 10 free throws in the last five minutes to seal the victory. For the game, the Pioneers shot 46.4% from the floor, compared to 49.1% for SHU. GSC held a 34-28 rebounding advantage and turnovers were even at 13 apmce. A big key for Glenville was their 18-4 advantage in fast break points. i Upcoming Sue Morris Sports i Com00-lex Events •  • March 13-15 , Glenville State College Softball Toui'nament  • • • March 20 GCHS Baseball vs. Calhoun Co. • March 20 GCHS Softball vs. Calhoun Co. • • March 24 GCHS Baseball vs. Ritchie Co. • • March 24 GCHS Softball Vs. Clay Co. 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