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Page 4A-- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--- Thursday, Apr. 22, 2004 By Shaun Smith, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462.7300 II 000 By Shaun Smith consecutive season, Extended home Redick and Wyatt both received Sports Reporter winning streak to 61 consecutive very high honors for becoming All- The 2004 Glenville State College games, Longest current home win- Americans on the same team-a feat Lady Pioneer Basketball Banquet was ning streak in NCAA Div. II, and No. not too many teams can claim. held on Apr. 18 in the Heflin Student 6 in Final NCAA II USA Today/Seven players made the GSC Ath- Union Ballroom. Decorated in an el- ESPN/WBCA Coaches Poll. letic Academic Honors List. egantsetting, andcombinedwithgreat Tracy Wyatt made 1st Team All- Triplett won the WVIAC/BB&T speeches and good food, this year's WVIAC, while Carrie Triplett and Senior Scholar Athlete Award. banquet was well planned and a huge Rachel Redick both made 2nd Team Following the awards, a highlight success. AII-WVIAC. film was shown with various high- Following dinner and guest speak- Wyatt was the Player of the Year, lights throughout the season, includ- ers Dr. Robert N. Freeman (President while Redick made Freshman of the ing several interviews with the coach of GSC) and Greg Bamberger (Ath- Year for the WVIAC. and players. letic Director of GSC), head coach Wyatt and Redick both made the Following the highlights, Coach Steve Harold gave an excellent speech All-TournamentTeamintheWVIAC,Harold delivered a well-deserved titled, "The Tradition Rolls On." with Redick leading the way in scor- thanks to all of the people who made The Glenville State Lady Pioneers ing average. Triplett won the George this tradition roll on. had many accomplishments this sea- Springer Sportsmanship Award.The banquet's success is built on the son, those of which include the fol- Wyatt and Triplett both made the success of the team, and the support lowing: 29-4record for the thirdcon- All-Tournament Team in the East that helped prompt this success will secutive season, fifth consecutive 20- Regional Tournament. always be remembered. win season, WVIAC Tournament Wyatt's long list of national honors This season, seniors Katie Martin, Runner-Up, third consecutive included the following; Div. IIBulle- Tracy Wyatt, and Carrie Triplett will WVIAC Regular Season Champion- tin 1st Team All-American, moveonwiththeirlivesfromGlenville ship, undefeated (18-0) at home in DaktronicslstTeamAllEastRegion, State-but leave behind, a leagacy of WVIAC regular season, No. 2 seed in Kodak ! st Team All-East, and Kodak basketball that will spawn generations the East Regional, third consecutive Honorable Mention All-American. from now and instill in them the deter- NCAA Tournament Appearance, Redick made the Div. II Bulletin ruination and hard work it takes for NCAA Div. II Sweet 16 for third All-Freshman Team. Glenville State teams to succeed. The Little League Opening Day was a huge success. The weather was perfect for a Saturday full of baseball and softball games for Gilmer County's youth. The day began with the'v