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Page 4 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, April 17, 2003 ! By Shaun Smith, Sports Reporter, 462-7309 in Opener Gihner County High School Men's was Camai Roberson and Erica Wil- Track and Field team placed fourth liams who stepped up big, placing out of six teams in the D~xtdridge first and second, respectively. Opener, according to Coach Will Roberson also placed first in the 2(X) Wright. Meter Dash. Placing were as tbllows: Men'sWilliams placed second in the 400 I00 nleler dash, Jacob Lilly with Meter Dash as Care Powell rounded 12.(X): Men's 200 meter dash. Jacob out lbr Rmrth. Lilly widl 24.50: Men's 4(X) meter Kayla Ashley placed fifth in the dash, Travis Fisher with 55.(X}; Men's 8(X) Meter Run while Osha Carns tied 1,6(X) Meier Run, and Matt Cole with for sixth in the 100Meter High Hurdles 5:09.60. anti Hannah Chambers placed fifth in Gihncrplacedinteamsinthe4xl(X)the 300 Meter Low Hurdles. with a score of 52.(X) lbr third, Men's As for teams, GCHS placed first in 4x2(X) with a score of 1:48.70 for the 4xl(X) Meter Relay: first in the lburth, and Men's 4x800 Meter Relay 4x2(N) Meter Relay: fi flh in the 4x4(X) with ascore of 9:23.70 for second MctcrRelay:andsccondinthc4xl02 place. Meter Relay. Jacob Lilly placed second in the ThrceGihnerCountyTitansplaeed Men's Long Jump as Seth Butlerin the Women's Long Jump: Erica placed second in the Men's Shot Put Williams, first: Hannah Chambers, as well as first in the Men's Discus fourth: and Annamoriah Tuell. fifth. Throw. [n the Women's Shot Put it was The Girl'sTeam placedsecondover- Ashley Echard who stepped up. plac- all, with a score of 107.50. ing sixth as Carnal Robcrson placed In the Women's IlK) Meter Dash, it second in the Women' s High Jump. **Bulletin** TheGlem'illeDemocrat/Patl~bMerThe 2003 WDIlB All-Americans would like m apologize for a mistake were announced Apr. 10. Renee in last week's paper, Apr. 10 issue. Gagnier, a.junior and the center for The Sports Department made a mis- Concord received third team honors. take widl one of ttle headings [\-,r the Lisa Lee of University of Charleston GCHS Softball Squad, by stating in- joined nine others for the All-Fresh- stead that the box scores were t\'w the man Team. Tracy Wyatt, a junior at GCHS Baseball Squad. We sincerely Glenville State College, was Hon- apologize for this mistake and hope orable Mention All-American sta- that no issues were created out of our tus for the 2003 NCAA Women's error. Basketball Division I!. port your local School Athletics By Sports Staff lag behind in putting the points on the Head FootbalI Coach PauIShaffner scoreboard, but the whole exercise was pleased with GSC's 2003 spring makes for a more unusual, more equal football game which saw the Blue ft~tball game. Team (the defense) better the White With the offensive team always on Team (the offense), 45-36, at Morris the offensive side of the field and the Stadium on last Saturday aftermxm, defense, on the defending side. the "Overall, it wasagood scrimmage, scoring is normal for touchdowns, and we incurred no injuries, which is points after touchdowns, field goals, a major plus," he states, adding, "I and safeties for the offensive team thought the game wasa good climax, (the Whites). Also, the Whites got a good way to end spring training, one point for each I'i~t down they Both teams played well, but yet, we made. For the defense (the Blues), realize that we still need to improve, however, they got points foreach first We are a very young team this year down they prevented and Ibrstopping which is good in some respects and the offense within the 10 yard line. had in others." From the opening play of the game, Coach Shaffner went on to say. the defense proved m better the of_ "We only have four seniors. How- tense, forging ahead, 6-0, with 10:58 ever, we have good talent that can minutes left in the first quarter. By the come together as a unit and as a faro- end of the quarter, they carried a 12- ily. The day was a great turn-out for 6 lead into the second quarter. the fans and family. Afterwards, we Then, the White's place-kicker, had a picnic with over 2(10 in atten- ShermanVaughn,a5'8", 165pounder dance! [t was a great day and good from Brunswick, Md., kicked a 29- fivod. We appreciate the tans for sup- yard field goal to close the score to porting us, and we k~k forward to 16-12 Blues which is the closest the seeing them at all of our home games Whites got in the first halt" with 8:35 to cheer the Pioneers on." minutes left. By half-time, the Blues He, also, notes that 55 players have had extended their lead to 3 I- 18. been at spring practice andanother31 In the opening minutes of the sec- freshmen or transfer students are ex- ond half, the Whites closed the lead to petted in the fall. 31-29 with a touchdown and some Moreover, heexplainsthattheGSC other first dowa points. The Blues, Blue-White Intrasquad Game is dif- then, vaultedtoa43-291eadattheend fcrent than most scrimmage games of the third quarter. whereby the teams are equally di- ThefinalseorewasBlues45-Whites vided and each side runs offensive 36, that is if the scoreboard was cot- plays and does the defense, too. At rect. GSC's lntrasquad game, the offense So, GSC Coach Paul Shaffner is has the ball for every play, but the looking at a solid defense to start off defense scores points by preventing the 2003 campaign in quest of a the offense from moving the ball. WVIAC championship and some The scoring, though, is somewhat more offensive punch in this fall's confusing to the scorekeepers who new recruits. Don't forget National Secretary's Week next week! See related ad on page 6. Montavon, I (No 29), a 6'1", 205 lb. fullback from caught a short pass, he scampered down the field for; being tackled by two hotly-pursuing Blues. In s down to the Blue's 39 yard line, the Whites couldn't by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) ._. ,= ~ . -:=::i:~:: 'i CAUGHT IT!' -- Sherman Vaughn (No. 21 ), a back .... from Cleveland, Ohio, caug ht a difficult pass on the hne with 6:11 minutes left in the third quarter. Team couldn't convert the long pass into a touchdown, com )lete later into the Blue's endzone. The Glenville State College Athletic Dept. and Leon Ramsey's Dawg House Gym Present: James "The Heat" North 5'11" 168 Ibs. Weston, WV yweight Full Contact Title Michael Sheppard Rank 4th in the World by IKF 6'2" 224 lbs. Elizabeth, WV Raoul Doucetj North American & Canadian Champion 6'3" 228 lbs. Montreal, Canada Co-Featured Pro Boxing 4 Rounds VS. Nick Craycraft 5'11" 168 lbs. Chester, Ohio Jonah "Whitey" Cogar 5'8" ! 75 Ibs. Lost Creek, WV Damon "Shotgun" Rice 5'10" 175 lbs. New Matamoras, Ohio Special Semi Pro Bout- Kick Boxing Heavyweights Tyson Shahan 6'2" 225 lbs. Glenville, WV Missy Shahan Toughman Champion Glenville, WV Vs. National Kickboxing Tournament Champio0 Max Lestage 6'3" 300 lbl. Altoons, Pa. 10 Big Bouts Featuring Local Brawlers Women's Title Boxing Match Dawn Webb National Karate Champion Glenville, WV Special Music during Intermission Awesome Gtrf ComFefttion! 50/5..0 Drawing f t rtr LoEf 5tcttev :(e Girls ($100 awarded to tfte v 'i.rmer) I 7 **WeSdE NeedA Few More Gifts!*** Contact Meftru t at 462-5?'44 At Glenville State College Gymnasium Proceeds Donated to the GSC Athletic Department ? Advance Tickets On Sale At: McDonald's & Glenville State College ****Tickets $10 Adults & $5 Students**** A A