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1 For Sports information, call: 304-462-7309 Sec. B: Play Ball --- The Gilmer Sports & Social Scenes WWW. Oem Glen villeNe ws. com ocrat TONY CONRAD JR. AND COLTON YEAGER IN THE 4X200 METER RELAY ii~!iiiiiiiiiii::::::i::i::iiiii:!;!i?~:= " ...=ili[!~'~iiiiii::i:?:iiiiiiii~v::: '!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~ ;~i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!!i i i iii !!i!!il iii!iiiiii!i!iii; iiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiii:%iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! ii ~!~iiii;i"i ii;! i iiiii!~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!.~ i:'iii,~iiiii!i!~ !!iii~ iiii i ~i ~ ii : i!~i!i! ii i ii- ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii!i i i SARAH CHAPMAN AND TRISTAN TOMAN IN THE 4X100 METER RELAY Mini- Titans Compete at Tygarts Valley and Washington Irving Middle School l'he Mini-Tit~in track team com- Girls 100 Meter Dash- Sarah peted at Tygarts Valley, with Anthony Chapman-6. Bree Wolfe- 19, Tiffany Aviles and JoshLowther both getting Young- 27: first place finishes. The rest of the 200MeterDash-LindsayGregory- team results are as follows: Josh 47: Lowther- 1 in 65m hurdles. 1 in 200m 400 Meter Dash- Lindsay Gregory- hurdles: 22. Katelyn Weese- 23; Anthony Aviles- 1 in high jump, 6 800 Meter Run- Asia Mann- 3i 75 in 100m dash'; Meter Hurdles- Tristan Toman- 10. Tony Conrad Jr.- 6in 200mhurdles; Jessica Jones- 48; Casey Smith. Tony Conrad Jr.,4x100 Team- Sarah Chapman. Colton Yeager, and Anthony Aviles- Tristan Toman, Hannah Roberts. and 4x200m Relay Team- 4; Bree Wolfe- 4: Colton Yeager-4 in high jump;4x800- 10:4x60 Shuttle Hurdle David Frye- 5 in shot put: Relay- Bree Wolfe. Jessica Jones. Austin Cunningham- 2 in long Hannah Roberts, and Tristan Toman- jump; 6, Asia Mann- 2 in 800m run; High Jump- Tiffany Young- 11 : Sarah Chapman. Tristan Toman.Long Jump- Jessica Jones- 18, Hannah Roberts. and Bree Wolfe- Hannah Roberts- 24. LarisaGordon- 4x100 Relay- 2: 35: Tiffany Young, Asia Mann. Natalie Shot Put- Morgan Allen- 3. Alexus Frame. and Sarah Chapman- 4x200 Sprouse- 4, Larisa Gordon- 9: Relay- 3: Discus Throw-Larisa Gordon- 12. Sarah Chapman- 3 in t00m dash; Morgan Allen- 15. Morgan Allen- 3 in shot put: Boys 100 Meter Dash- Anthony Alexus Sprouse- 5 in shot put: Aviles-6. Austin Cunningham- 14: Tiffany Young- 5 in 200m dash: 200 Meter Dash- Colton Yeager- 11, Bree Wolfe. JessicaJones• Hannah Hayden Jones- 23. Tony Conrad Jr- Roberts• and Tristan Toman- 240m 28: Shuttle Hudle Relay- 5. 400 Meter Dash- Hayden Jones- The team also competed at the1.4. Josh Klapka: Washington Irving Middle School 800 Meter Run- Connor Ferguson- Invitational. There were 14 teams 21: there. The boys' team placed 7 and the 1600 Meter Run- Nick Williams- girls' team placed 8. The individual 19: team results are as follows: 3200 Meter Run- Nick Williams- Titans, 6-5, to Play at Roane and Braxton Wednesday and Thursday During the Gilmer County High School spring break, the Titan base- ball team was busy on the field, de- feating Clay County on Thursday, 5- 0. and falling to Liberty in a double- header on Saturday. The team played excellently against Clay and they were led to victory by senior pitcher. Devon Cottrill. who had nine strikeouts for the night. Cottrill also hit well for Gilmer. going two-for-four at the plate, hit- tmg a double, and bringing m two runs. Also hitting for the Titans were eddy James. who went two-for,-four at the plate: Josh Burton. who went two-for-four at the plate, hit a double. and brought in one run: and Stephen Carter. who went two-for-three at the plate and brought in one run. The team went back to play on Saturday in a doubleheader against Liberty. The Mountaineers proved to be too much for the team as they were defeated in both games. Game one ANTHONY AVILES IN THE HIGH JUMP 12; 65 Meter Hurdles- Josh Lowther- 8: 200 Meter Hurdles- Josh Lowther- 5. Skylar Arbogast- 15. Tony Conrad Population Damaged Jr- 17; 4xl00 Meter Relay Team- AustinFour residents of Marlinton in Cunningham, Casey Smith, Josh Pocahontas County have been charged Lowther. and Anthony Aviles- 4: by Randolph County Conservation 4x200 Meter Relay Team- Casey Officer Cpl. Greg Smith and Conser- Smtih. Reed Ratliff. Colton Yeager. vation Officer Mike Coberly for vari- and Anthony Aviles- 10; ous trout fi shing violations on Windy 4x 65 Meter Shuttle Hurclle Relay- Run. a native brook trout fishery in Casey Smith. SkylarArbogast, Tony the Valley Head area of Randolph Conrad Jr. and Austin Cunningham- County. 8; "The four were in possession of 67 High Jump- Anthony Aviles- 1. native brook trout, substantially de- Colton Yeager- 12: pressing the brook trout population in Pole Vault- Josh Lowther- 2: the stream." said DNR Lt. Jim Vance Long Jump- Austin Cunningham- of DNR's District Three Law Enforce- 5.CaseySmith-19.ConnorFerguson- ment Office in Elkins of the March 28: arrests. Biologists with the Division Shot Put- Reed Ratliff- 5. eddy of Natural Resources estimate that it Moore-20. Jacob Lindsay- 35: will take years for the stream to re- Discus Throw- Reed Ratliff- 21. cover from this loss of fish. eddy Moore- 39: Jacob Lindsav- 40. :::=:::=::-.-::=::::::-:: :.::: :.;:::: ................ .::==:~rrm=:mmmm::m:=.,:,, .=.:::::,:,,==:.=~ :........=- iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! iii:;, ii:i!i: :; MATT ROBERTS ended with a score of 9-6 and game In game two. Stephen Carter was two ended. 4-1. put in to pitch, striking out two bat- Pitching in game one were Jacob ters. eddy James was put in for relief. Wolfe. who had three strikeouts, Josh Hitting in this game was Devon Burton. who had one strikeout, and Cottrill. who had one RBI. and Josh Codv James. who had ~wo strikeouts. Burton. who went one-for-three and G[lme~: County's hitting included hit a triple. Josh Burton, who went orie-for-four The team was back to play on Mon- at the plate and brought in three runs day, but the results were not available and Stephen Carter and Zech Cosner by press time. who each brought in one run. Trout Poaching Investigation Results in I Four Convictions in ........... Randolph County;:Trout GCHS Softball Team On The Road For Several Upcoming Games On Friday, April 17, the Lady Titan softball team took on RCB. splitting with them. The team was defeated 7- 5 in game one. but were able to come back in game two to win, 6-4. Pitching both games for Gilmer was Jenny Wolfe• who had eight strikeouts between the two games. Hitting for the Lady Titans were Tiffany Bennington, who went two- for-four at the plate and had one RBI; Brittany Ellyson had one RBI: and Megan Normant also had one RBI. Hitting in game two was Amber Shackleford. who went two-for-four at the plate and hit a homerun: Jenny BRITTANY ELLYSON Wolfe, who was two-for-five at bat: Chelsea Knicely, who went two-for- three at the plate and hit a double: and Jesse James. who went two-for-five at the plate. Softball Bash Signups Metal & Sign-ups are underway for the2009 May 2 and 3 (if necessary). All teams edition of the Dugout Softball Park must be USSSA sanctioned. Spring King Softball Bash. Four game guarantee. Hit your The event will be held in Parkers- own USSSA Classic M balls. burg. Entry fee is $125 and the dead- For more information or to enter. line is April 29. Entry fee must be contact Ron @ 304-481-0903 or paid prior to deadline, dugout29@gmail.com. The tournament.is scheduled for When: Saturday ONE DAY ONLY!! May 2, 2009 9 am to 4 p Where: Kinney Shoe Factory/Spenco, Rt. 5 West For more information call 304-462-7641 ! £;ERVICING ALL BRANDS of Bicycles Selling TREK*GARY FISHER CANi~ONDALE 33 E. Main St., Buckhannon .pho~w: 304-472-5882 W~'W, FA TT1RECYCLE. COM 10192 Exchaaye Road Exchan#e, WV26619 HOME: 304-765-7217 CELL: 304-678-93S2 NOTICE TO PUBLIC: VACCINATION OF DOGS AND CATS Gilmer County Assessor. Gary L. Wolfe, would like to announce that William R. Moodispaw, DVM, will be at the following named places on the dates listed below, to vaccinate dogs and cats. AS REQUIRED BY CODE §19-21A-1. All dogs and cats. which have reached S OF AGE AND HAVE NOT BEEN VACCINATED WITHIN PAST 24 MONTHS, are required to be vaccinated by JUNE 1, 2109. The fee Jbr rabies vaccination wilt be $8.00, according to WV Code §19-20A-1 Due to Dr. Moodispaw's schedule, he will only be at the following locations on the dates and times listed below: FRIDAY, MAY 8 • 8:30-9:00 a.m.- Mouth of Jesse's Run • 9:15-10:15 a.m. - Tanner • 10:30-1 l: 15 a.m. - Heiney's • 12:00-1:00 p.m. - Dawson's Farm • 1:15-2:15 p.m. - Normantown SATURDAY, MAY 9 • 2:45-3:45 p.m. - Cedarvillc • 8:00-9:00 a.m. - Court House • 9:15- 10:00 a.m. - Camden Flats • 10:15-11:15 a.m. - Sand Fork • 11:30-12:05 p.m.- Mouth of Ellis • 1:30-2:30 p.m. - Somerville Store • 2:45-3:30 p.m. - Troy School Sponsored by the Gilmer County Commission Can Bring Acceptable Material • Steel • Appliances must be Empty--no trash inside • Air Conditioners • Refrigerators -must be empty no irash or food inside • 'Fin • Car engines---allfluids removed : Lawn mowers--allfluids must be removed • Batteries -tcar, no household) Aluminum • Window frames & storm doors--glass must be removed • Wire & fencing --must be clean wireNO WOOD FRAMES Tires • No rims • Limit ll) • Musf be Gihner Count y Resident Cannot Brin Prohibited Material • Household Trash • Paint • Plastic • (;lass • Any Liquids • Televisions • Propane Tanks • Paint Cans • Nails • Furniture (Mattresses, • Plastic dishwashers • Plastic gas tanks • Computers • Metal Gas Tanks Couches, chairs) F'or more information contact the Gilmer County Commission at: 304-462-7641 ?