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I ! I Page 4 -- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, April 3, 2003 By Shaun Smith, Sports Reporter, 462-7309 Mar. 22 Gilmer 13 Braxton 12 Braxton 5 2 0 1 1 0 3-12 Giimer 1 1 3 0 2 1 5- 13 WP - Shannon Szabo - IP 7, BB 5, SO 3. LP - Allen - IP 5, BB 6, SO 2; Wilson - IP 2, BB 6, SO 1. Gilmer hitting: Chanteli Skinner 2-4, HR and a iriple; Jenny James 2-3, 2 triples. Braxton hitting: Allen 2-5. Gilmer 17 Calhoun 14 Calhoun 1 0 0 2 8 0 3- 14 Gilmer 2 1 1 6 5 2 0- 17 WP - Samantha Smith IP 4, BB 4, SO 5; Save - Shannon Szabo IP 2, BB 1, SO 3. Giimer hitting: Christine Moran 2-5, HR; Susan Putnam 2- 4. Mar. 25 Roane 13 Gilmer 2 Roane 7 0 1 0 5- 13 Gilmer 0 0 1 1 0- 2 WP - Carrie Hedges IP 4, BB 1, SO 5. LP - Shannon Szabo IP 4.2, SO 6, BB 4. Roane hitting: Tawny 2-2. Gilmer hitting: Chantell Skinner 1-3, double; Janet Anderson 1-3; Jenny James 1-2; and Shannon Szabo 1-2. It's that time of year again for Glenville State College Boy's Bas- ketball Camp. The annual event will take place Aug. 3-7. Head basketball coach Chad Hankinson recently completed his first season at Glenville State College. During his first season at GSC, Coach Hankinson guided the Pioneers to 10 wins in conference play, thus allow- ing the Pioneers to host a first-round game in the conference tournament. Coach Hankinson led the Pioneers to a victory and a berth in the quarterfinals of tournament play at the Charleston Civic Center. He came to GSC after spending the past seven years as an assistant coach at the Di- vision I level. He was most recently at Liberty The Glenville State Lady Pioneers' annual banquet will be held on Sun. Apr 13 at 2:00 p.m. Tickets can be reserved by calling the Athletic De- partment at 462-5593. Awards pre- sentations will be made to honor the Lady Pioneers and yet another suc- cessful season. Salmons wins WVIAC Softball Weekly Award Junior Danielle Salmons is the league's Pitcher of the Week after tossing an amazing three no-hitters in a span of four days. Salmons, a Hamlin, WV junior at WV Wesleyan, tossed a perfect game on Tuesday in an 11-0 rout of Glenville State. She followed with a Friday no- hitter versus Concord and a Saturday no-hitter against Shepherd. For the week, Salmons allowed only one run and six hits in 23.0 innings of work. She fanned 23 hitters, while only walking five in a 4-0 week. Other nominees included Glenville State's Elise Pettinger (8-15, 4 R). All Gilmer Couny High School and Glenville State College coaches are encouraged by our sports staff to send us any news involving your teams. You can contact The Glenville Demo- crat/Pathfinder by calling 304-462- 7309 or you can fax your information directly to 304-462-7300. I llll in a significant amount of summer camp work. He continues to be heavily involved with the "Pistol Pete Maravich Basketball Camp" in Clearwater, FL. He has also worked numerous NCAA camps across the country. Coach Osborne earned his Bachelor's degree (1999) from Clearwater Christian College and he is currently working on his Master's degree from West Virginia Univer- sity. Any boy age 8-18 is eligible to attend the GSC basketball camp. Enrollment is limited and thus, regis- tration is strongly encouraged as soon as possible. Fees for the camp covers instruc- tion, a 2003-04 season pass to all GSC ;~+~+ M+~ ~++ +~ #+~ +++++ +++++++ ~++~-+~ ~ ~+~M++++ ++++i +!+i +?++++++t+++++ + ++ +++++i+++++i++++++++++++ +++++?+[+]+++ ~+st++++++!+ ++++ ;+ P+++++ i++ ~ +_+++.-+++++++ + Institution Points Record Last Week 1. South Dakota State Univ472 32-3 4 2. Bentley College 439 33-3 2 3. Northern Kentucky Univ 427 26-8 15 4. California Univ of PA 419 33-2 1 5. California State Univ 391 29-2 3 6. Washburn Univ 383 30-4 5 7. Univ of Central Arkansas353 28-6 8 8. Seattle Pacific Univ 341 29- I 6 9. Univ of South Dakota 323 27-5 7 10. Arkanas Tech Univ 284 29-4 9 ! !. Univ of North Florida 272 20-12 17 12. Univ of North Dakota 265 26-6 10 13. Univ of Indianapolis 232 29-3 11 14, Glenville State College 231 29-4 12 15. Drury Univ 212 27-5 14 16. Noah Dakota State Univ 207 26-7 13 17. Columbus State Univ 161 28-'4 16 18. Shaw Univ 146 31-3 20 19. Angelo State Univ 117 25-5 19 19. Fort Valley State Univ 117 27-4 18 21. Armstrong Atlantic State U 80 27-4 21 22. Univ of Minnesota-Duluth 69 25-5 23 23. Longwood Univ 66 27-5 22 24. Quincy Univ 37 25-8 NR 25. Emporia State Univ 31 23-8 25 Become Pioneer a member of the GSC Athletic Club (PAC) The Pioneer Athletic Club is the contribution to PAC entitles a mem- fundraising organization for the Ath- ber to a long list of benefits. All PAC letic Department at Glenville State funds are used for scholarships for College. The PAC provides scholar- deservingstudent-athleteswhomight ship assistance to student-athletes in not otherwise be able to attain a col- eleven sports and is vital to the suc- lege education. cess of the athletic teams. Your sup- Glenville State College is very port can go a long way toward helping proud of the effort and commitment GSC maintain and acheive success in from their coaches and student-ath- the respective sports the college com- letes. GSC is an outstanding institu- petes in. tion with loyal supporters. The West Virginia Intercollegiate Every level of donor is appreciated. Athletic Conference is always very The member benefits increase with competitive and Gienville State is a thelevelofgiving, and Glenville State member of NCAA Division II in all College student-athletesbenefit from sports. Nationalcompetition will in- every gift. Many of GSC's student- crease and the level of play will con- athletes would not be able to attend tinuetorise. GSCcanachievecontin- college without the support they re- ued success in their league and ha- ceive. The opportunities that the PAC tionally, but scholarship support is a donations create are very much ap- must. preciated by Glenville State's coaches All receipts and disbursements for and athletes. PAC are handled through an account For more information on how you withtheGienvilleStateCollegeFoun- can become a Pioneer Athletic Club dation, Inc. A tax deductible member, please call 462-4102. Gilmer County Special Olyn l[ competes in state basketball tournament In CharlestOne Gilmer County Special Olympics' Mi ler, Ja ; ~ ~" basketball teams traveled to Charles- Clevenger took L~T~i ton on Fri,, Mar 28th to compete in division and v,,on tl~ the State Special Olympics Basket- vidual Skills at~ ball Tournament. A regular Special won the silver n~ll~ Olympic team, an individual skills All Gilmer CountY~ athlete, and Unified Team competed, medals home with~ The regular team consisting of team were Martin HeSS,ess,.lll~f~. Jim Miller. and ~" members Rodney McCord, Steven Donna Daviss.O,n~~-' Miller, Ashley Hickman, Vanessa Genny Kirkpatrick1 Smith, Priscilla Peters, Brian Peggs, and Robert Cottrill won first place in egation. +~.,-- Division II and brought home the Ourcongratul~ gold. The Unified Team consisting of these athletes,~l~, coaches for an/ Billy Jenkins, Jimmy Jenkins, Ashley Smith, Jeremy Jenkins, Tonya lance. m Hickman. Christy Gainey, Johnnie IP l I l l l I l l I l I -mmmmmmmmmmmmi Remaining Meets: April 05 WV Wesleyan College 11-12 Lynchburg College 19 University of Charleston 27-28 WVIAC Championship mllillmllill B Dent selected to 'A' Nick Dent, a Gilmer County High junior, was selected for the first team 'A' All-State team. Dent averaged an impressive 22.8 points per game throughout the season. Dent finished second in the LKC and seventh statewide in scoring. Dent also received the AP Player of the Week honors after scoring 43 points in a game at Midland Trail during the season. This propelled him as a first team choice on the alI-LKC team. Dent made a stunning 73 field goals l from 3-point landm/ tmtshed at 14-8. _,.il~ "It's a great hob, It: mented Head Co~l'~' is very deserving Other area play k first team were: I~ Wheeling Central;_. Williamstown; Ben Strader, Me~ i Ash, Doddridge.t'_U~ I Gilbert; and I]r_ ll J Charleston Ca~oli~ i ; ~ 148 JOHN-----~ I : I ! WESTON, Wq~ University in Lynchburg, VA. He home basketball games, and a camp ~ ~~li--,,~ll~ ~ ~ ~ STATE OF WEST also spent time at West Virginia Uni- shirt. The overnight camper fee in- , ..... versity, as well as at C-USA member eludes housing and all 11 meals. The [ l i tH: it ! UniversityofHouston. While at Hous- day camper fee includes lunch and FLEET RED1 ton, hewasabletoserveunderNBA dinnerdaily. I .--, A ay$C'b/Sinee1961 I! A Hall of Famer Clyde Drexler. ThecampislocatedontheGlenville l be " .,,,t+ Tues.-Fri. 9-5:30 . Sat. 9-1 Satu PRIL 12, Coach Hankinson earned his State College campus in Glenville, Bachelor's degree (1994), as well as WV. The college is 15 miles from I- I 2"~L ~ ,~,.~, ~ Glenville 46:,-44OO I Gates open at 7:30 a.m., Auction at his Master's degree (1996) from West 79 on Rt. 5 West (Use exit 79). I itL...:.._~r.AW"bO, I tit':~z,.~",~/..,~;~'t., Grantsville 1-800-941-8320 IRoad, Beckley, West Virginia, Raleigh County 14~' Virginia University. Registrationwillbefrom3:00p.m. l I t' lb, ltt ILocATION:West Virginia Division of HighW+Lh Assistant basketball coach Dwaine to 5:00 p.m. on Sun., Aug. 3 in the Osborne also completed his first sea- Pickens Hall main lounge. Dinner 12002 Ford Mustang -'5 sp, pw, pl, tilt, cruise, a/c, cO, red sononthebasketballstaffatGlenville will begin around 5:0O p.m. andac-12001C S.lOLS.auto, cd, a/c, 4x2, BKmiles ICARS TRUCKS,o I StateCo!lege. Coach Osborne will be tivities will begin shortly afterward. 120Ol Chevy S-10 - auto, x-cab, 4x4 a/c, cd, tilt, cruise, blue this years camp director. All day campers need to arrive at 12000 eavalr r - auto, 4 dr, a/c, cd I General Terms: Items can be seen beginning March 31. ~,,~ [between the hours of 8:00a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Pre-re~istration will~ Prior to joining Coach Hankinson Lilly Gymnasium by 8:45 a.m. each 12000 Chevy K1500 Silverado - 5 sp, 4x4, arr m/cass, a/c. white Ithru 3:30p.m. on April It. 2003. Doors open at 7"3"0a m forree_ .3 L at Glenville State College, Coach day. AIIdaycampersshouldbepicked Osborne spent three years as an assis- up from the Lilly Gymnasium each ]2~ Ford Taurus SE - + dr, pw, pl, a/c, arrdm cass, green IAH participants must register to receive a bidder's badge. PaY~_,,~ rant coach at St. Andrews College in night at 9:00 p.m. 1200o deep Cherokee Classic - 4 dr, auto, 4x4, pw, pl, a/c, red day of the sale. All payments MUST be made only by cash, ~" it+ Laurinburg, NC. Coach Osborne also For further information, please con- [2000 -10. auto, x,eab, 3rd door, till, cruise, a/c, cd, black check. +, ~-" IF PAYMENT IS NOT MADE ON THE DAY OF ~P'ff'~ spentthreeyearsatClearwaterChris- tact Coach Osborne at 304-462-7361+ 2000 Chew Cavalier - auto, 2 dr, pw, pl, cd, a/c, silver MUST BE MADE AT WVDOT EQUIPMENT DIVISIQ,P'a~k. tian College in Clearwater, FL. , extension 288 or email at Pontl Grand-Am SE -auto, 4 dr,0w, pl, CD, a/c, tilt, cruise NON, WV. BUCKHANNON EQUIPMEN'T DIVISIO~ 199919991999 Ford Ni$$an Pontiac Esorl Sentra Grand-Am Sport. 4 dr, -4 SE5dr, 'sp, auto, 5 sp,pw, arrfffm 4 dr, cass, pl, pw, a/c, pl, a/c, ana m. Cd,local a/c, cass, owner tilt, cruise cruise RALEIGH PERSONAL COUNTY SE'I LEMENT OR GARAGE COMPANY HAS TO RELEASE BEEN CHECKSMAD~ WIL~,-~I~ Vb~l~ limb Chevy K 1500- 5 sp, x-cab, 4x4, ac, blue I BE ACCEPTED WITH AN ACCEPTABLE LETI~gI~'~L II II 1 - 11998 Toyota Avalon- auto, 4 dr, a/c,tilt, cruise,pw, pl,p. moonroof I ANYONE WHO FORFEITS THEIR PURCHASES~ ([~ C & D Tires WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO REGISTER OR A'I+I+i~" | 1998 Dodge 1500 - auto, x-cab, 4x4, a/c, pw, pl, blue I + SALE. .~ Authorized Cooper Tire Dealer ! j For a complete set of rules, visit us on the web at: http;//!~K Now Fea.turmg 4-Wheel Alignments For information call 304-472-17~0~ L,ght Mechamcal Work F------------------------ (Brakes. Shocks Struts Ball Joints Tie Rods) Located 1 Mile North of Open 8-5 Mon.-Fri.., 8-1 Sat. Not enough room? 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