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Wild, Thursday, Apr. 22, 2004 -- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 7A Wonderful Adventures Await in West Virginia PREPARATIONS - Head Coach Paul Shaffner gives 17 in the annual spring game. The blue squad, the photos by Dave Corcoran, Sr.) instructions to the blue defensive squad on Sat., Apr. defensive team, defeated the offense 32-29. (Staff By Governor Bob Wise As the days grow longer and the last chills of spring fade away, I look forward to the endless opportunities for outdoor recreation that West Vir- ginia has to offer. Whatever your taste in vacations, a greatplace to start is the official West Virginia Tourism website, www.ca//wmcont Here, youfll find a wealth of infor- mation about ev- ery region of our state and activi- ties for travelers of all ages. Spring brings the beginning of the rafting and kayaking mason on our world-class rivers. Whether you choose a family float trip on the Cheat or a challenging whitewater adven- ture on the Gauley, rafting and kayaking are a great way to see some of the most beautiful parts of West Virginia. If you'd rather stay on dry land, grab a bike and head for the trails. Our varied terrain creates some of the most challenging single-track trails in the nation; but if you'd rather take a lei- surely ride with your young children, head for the flat, paved miles of the Rails-To-Trails system, where you can see the tunnels, bridges and his- tory of the railroad and finish your trip with a world-class meal or a cone of homemade ice cream, Scale sandstone cliffs with the help of an experienced rock climbing guide under the shadow of the New River Gorge Bridge. Take a guided nature hike in one o| our state parks, or camp deep in the backcountry. Everywhere you look in West Virginia, there's bound to be a bird you've never seen, a food you've never tasted or a piece of history you never knew. You can stay in a rustic cabin or a modern lodge just steps away from the fairway of a golf course designed by one of the legends of the game. Log on now to www.callwva.com, or call toll-free, 1-800-CALL-WVA. Our tourism professionals will be happy to help you plan an unforgettable trip that suits every member of your fam- ily. From fly fishing to fine wine, they can help you find it in West Virginia. Wherever you stay, and whatever activities you choose, be assured that the people of West Virginia are eager to show you why we think the Moun- tain State is truly Almost Heaven. Pipestem Resort State Park hosting Casey at Martin to Pete Dye Fly.Fishing BLUE TAKES DOWN WHITE - The blue defensive team tackles the white team from scoring within just a few yards of the endzone. Workshops inProfessional golfer Casey Martin is ginia is a beautiful state and I truly the first golfer to receive a sponsor's look foiward to competing in July." June exemption to play in this year's in "In addition to being an incredible augural PeteDyeWestVirginiaClas- player, Casey is an inspirational hu- Pipestem Resort State Park, inSum- sic to be held July 15-18 at the Pete man being who has succeeded despite mers County, will host fly-fishing Dye Sporting Club in Bridgeport, his physical difficulties," McNeely workshops on Jun, 2-4, 4-6, 9-11, and W.Va., a new PGA Tour sanctioned said. "It is even more exciting to have 16-18. Josh Duncan and "Peck" event on the Nationwide Tour, him play because he takes such great Dorsey, certified fly-fishing instruc- "We are happy to annouce that interest in encouraging youth." The tors from nearby Stony Brook Planta- Casey will be playing in this year's tournament host, West Virginia Golf tion, will conduct the two-day work- event," Tim McNeely, tournament Charities, willdonatetournamentpro- shops. Everyone is invited to partici- director, said. "He has received our ceeds to several local and state pate regardless ofhis/her ability level, first sponsor's exemption to play and children's charities. The fly-fishing package includes will bring a lot of excitement and The Pete Dye West Virginia Cias- "streamside" lodging in Mountain enthusiasm to the tournament." sic will be open to the public starting Creek at Pipestem Resort State Park; Martin, in addition to being an ac- July 12 and will include several days welcomes participation; fly-fishing complished professional golfer since ofpracticerounds and pro-am tourna- instruction; continental breakfast 1995 and former teammate of Tiger ments prior to championship play on (Moutain Creek Lodge guests only); Woods at Stanford Unversity, is also July 15. lunch at Mountain Creek Restaurant; well known for his U.S. Supreme "We hope West Virginia golfers and use of all necessary equipment Court Battle to use a cart during pro- and enthusiasts will come out and excluding waders, fessional_tournaments. Martin suffers take advantage of this unprecedented A two-night package at the state from a painful birth defect in his fight opportunity to watch some outstand- --- leg known as Klippel-Trenaunay- ing golf as we showcase our state," park's lodge is available. Webber Syndrome, which requires McNeely said. A valid WV fishing license is re- him to wear a strong support stocking Information about the tournament, q aired. Fishing licenses may be pur- to even walk. tickets,sponsorship and volunteer chased at sporting goods retailers or "I am thrilled to be invited to West oppnunities during the tournament electronically at www.wvfish.com. Virginia to participate in the event can be found at West Virginiaresidents may purchase and be involved in recognizing one of www.petedyeclassic.com or by con- a year-round fishing license for only golfs finest golf course designers in tacting the tournament office, at 304- $14. The optional trout stamp is an Pete Dye," Martin said. "West Vir- 848-2027. additional $7.50. Non-residents may purchase a three-day license for $15. The optional trout stamp for non- residents is an additional $10. Chil- dren age 14 and under and WV resi- dents age 65 and older are not re- quired to purchase a license. For reservation ur more informa- tion, please contact Pipestem Resort State Park at 304-466-1800. white offensive team, preventing the SURROUNDED - The blue squad displayed great defensive skill all day long, once again in this play, the white team is surrounded by blue jerseys and taken down before a first down play. remain control until the final minutes of play to pull off the three-point victory. The Pioneers. who finished 5-6 overall and finished 4-3 in the WVIAC for second place, arc under the direc- By Shaun Smith Sports Reporter The Glenville State College foot- ball team parucipated in their final fling in the spring training pracuce session on Sat.. Apr. 17 m their final Huge Bass Pro Shops Outdoor Retail Store to anchor River Falls Mall Redevelopment Bass Pro Shops, one of America's the Pioneers ranked one better than most popular outdoor stores, has last with the team's ability to stop signed an agreement with General other teams in the red zone in the Growth Properties to be the lead an- WVC. chor for the redevelopment of River On the offensive side, -eturning at Falls Mallin Clarksville, Indiana, just quarterback will be WVIAC star Joey off Interstate 65 and across the Ohio Baseball Team, practice of the season m the annual tion of head coach Paul Shaffner m Conrad, who led the conference in River from Louisville, Kentucky. ~N iglue versus white game. his fourth year. passing last season. Conrad will re- Tentatively scheduled fora fall 2005 turn as a junior and will help lead his opening, the280,000square-footBass The blue defensive squad defeated The 2001 WVIAC Coach of the would like to thank, the white defensi,e squad B2-29 in a Year responded. "Good things hap- team to a conference championship. Pro Shops mega store will serve as a Candidate John Moss, classic matchup that came down to pened in this game. and our entire Coach Shaffner is seeing his team catalystforamajorreinventionofthe the last few plays, team is coming together." come,together in a cohesive kind of destination center that draws from who is running for In the third period, with 6:30 re- Thedefensiveunit, whoreturnsnine way, ' We are all winners-today, ev- three states-Indiana, Kentucky, and Gilmer Co. Sheriff, maining, the score was 22-21. in Ca- players, had the best pass defense in eryone did the job they were asked to Ill!nois. vorofthe defense. The defense would the conference last season. However, do." __-- We are pleased Bass Pro Shops Denny and Cindy Foucl mployee' ''-- u er [ has agreed to join us in this unique project," said John Bucksbaum, CEO Pounds, and all of those of General Growth Properties. "The Golf Tournament Jun. 9 Re,' reinventedRiverFallsMallwilicom-bine the best retail, entertainment, people who stopped by dining,development,andbigboxmix for us to wash your All West Virginia public employ- count led=in..,, ,, rates of $54 per person forshoppersinanon-traditionalway." ees. including retirees, are inv ted to (basedondoubleoccupancy)areavail- Apr. 19 This wiil be Bass Pro Shops' iargest vehicle. swing the clubs during the 13th An- ab'.e for tournament paniopants. nual West Virginia Public Employee Pracuce rounds are available for Gilmer Co. 18, Lewis Co.store east of the Mississippi and sec- GolfTournament. The event is sch'ed- $22.50 (including green fee and cart) Moose 5 ond only in size to their flagship store "w~ ! I I uled to start at 10:00 a.m. on Wed., the day before starting at 1:00 p.m. WP: James George 4 IP, 8 KO, 3 in Springfield, Missouri.Equalinsize 1[ was a nude " Jun. 9 at Pipestem Resort State Park Please call Pipestem Resort at 466- H, 5 BB. to almost seven football fields, this m Summers County. 1800orl-800-CALL-WVAforlodg- GilmerTop Hitters: Daniel store will have certain features unlike --"-= -"-----~- --S:_- ------"--'=- :'- Prizes include first, second, and ing reservations and tec timeDulude 3-3, 3 singles, 2 RBIs; Kyle any other Bass Pro Shops store, r ~ ~ ~" ~ ~" third place low gross in the Men's The entry deadlinc is Mav 30and Wise 3-4,1triple and 2 singles, Shoppers will be able to enjoy the i !!1 llD'l,h Alrl L! RBI; Austin Pounds 2-2, 2 singles, areas largestseleetionofqualityout- | ~ 11a11L w l~ I -m Division; first place low eross in the the field will be limited tothcfirst 140 4 RBIs: Josh Hdrdman 2-3, 2 door gear, clothing and accessories I ............. - Women's Division: first. ~econd. and entrtes. AT Hays ulty :5111tce 1~'1 third place low ~ross - net scores For more information about the singles; James Roberson i-3, single, from top industry names and at value | # i ~ (Callaway System"): and closest to the tournament or to %t:.n a registration 2 RBIs; and Dustin Howes 1-2, prices. More than just a fishing and | Tue$.-Fri. 9-5:30 * Sat. 9-1 \ [] i pin and long drivc contest, alongw~th form. please call Ken Caplinger at single, I RBI. hunting store, Bass Pro Shops will | ] Ji~ door prizes. 558-2764 or email Gilmer Pitching: Dulude 2/3 IP, also offer equipment and clothing for | Glenville 462-4400 ~ .5i The fee of $45 per person includes kcaplinger@dnr.state.wv.us I K; and Stephen Caner 1/3 IP, I K. hiking, backpacking, wildlife view- | Grantsville 1-800-9414320 ing, camping, outdoor cooking and greens fee. can and cookout. Dis- "1[ .*##|.,. I .......,...i.. more. 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