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Page 2B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, May 3, 2012 r GSC Selects New Pioneer Mascot GSC Pioneers Experience Ups and Downs in WVIAC Championship00 Niekoli Nicco Mills, asophomore Pioneer mascot is a set of buckskins, from New Cumberland. WV has been a coonskin hat and a musket. M. Ruddlesden shine for the ladies while senior TJ Abel brings it home in the 800M By Jamie MuUins, Sports Editor Each year, the GSC Track and Field Team travels to Wheeling Je- suit University for the yearly WVIAC Championship at the end , of April. For Senior TJ Abel, this was a final trip to WJU and one last shot at a WVI/kC Championship. Abel had shown schools through- out the conference he would be com- petition over the past four years, but he had yet to win when it mattered, at the Tournament Championship. In fact, last year (2011) had been like thrower Matty Porter, who took very rough for Abel, after entering the 800 Meter Run (his top event) with a 1:55 seed, an error or injury in the event led to him finishing in dead last with a time well behind 2:20. This year was his one chance at redemption, and Abel was not leaving GSC without at least one WVIAC Championship! He stepped onto the track this past weekend, April 27-28, with 10 other runners ready to find out who was the best. Abel started the race with a solid pace and had no intention of slowing down. With the top eight runners all within five seconds of one another, this was clearly a tough field of com- petitors. However, when it was time to hit that final stretch, Abel broke away from the pack and raced ahead to that WVIAC Championship with a time of 1:53.64. A pair of runners were second in Hammer and fourth in dis- l: cus, and rookie javelin thrower Boris Nimcevic, who finished sixth, had impressive days. No one could steal Abel's spotlight on the men's roster! As for the Ladies, the day belonged to sophomore Meghan Ruddlesden. Ruddlesden had already broken the GSC Long Jump Record earlier in the season; she is also provisionally quali- fied to compete at nationals this sum- mer. However, when she arrived in Wheeling, none of that mattered. She needed a WVIAC Championship. The competitors were not ready to just hand that over either, with a jump MEGHAN RUDDLESDEN, of 17-10.75, a freshman from Seton WVIAC LONG JUMP CHAMPION Hill challenged Ruddlesden's top rank- ing, but it was just an inch short of for the Championship finals, and on enough. Ruddlesden walked away day two, Ruddlesden gave it all she with the WVIAC Women's Long had to finish in second with a time of Jump Championship with a jump of 12.59, another GSC Record! 17-11.75. Danielle Perkins also performed While herchampionshipwas abig well for the ladies with a second directly on his tail with a time of deal, she also made a splash in the place finish in the high jump! 1:54.14. 100M Dash. On day one, with a time Congrats to the GSC Pioneers for a While other Pioneer male athletes of 12.79, the young Pioneer qualified great season! J Frontier Communications Expands Broadband Service in Gilmer County More Than l OO Additional Residences Now Have Access to Leading.Edge Technology "'Frontier continues to expand its broadband service across West Vir- ginia, and that means more Gilmer County residents now have an oppor- tunity to connect to a world of infor- mation," Sims said. "These households will be able to access online educational, health, fi- nancial and entertainment services." The new service, he said, is avail- able to customers along U.S. Route 33 and along Grassy Run Road. Sims suggested that residents in those areas call 1-800-921-8101 toll free for in- formation about service availability. He noted that customers' have an opportunity to bundle broadband ser- vice with telephone and DISH Net- work television services and realize substantial savings with Frontier's $68.75-per-month plan. Sims said entrepreneurs can use Frontier's broadband service to broaden their markets and build their businesses. "Frontier's broadband service can be a valuable tool for business owners who want to serve customers across the state, nation or world," he said. Frontier's 100percent U.S.-based team offers a full array of customer care ser- vices, includingFrontier Secure Intemet security, 24/7 U.S.-based technical sup- port and online backup service. About Frontier Communications Frontier Communications Corpo- ration (NASDAQ: FTR) offers voice. broadband, satellite video, wireless Internet data access, entertainment services like TumTiki.com, data secu- rity solutions, bundled offerings and specialized bundles for residential customers and small businesses and home offices and advanced business communications for medium and large businesses in 27 states. Frontier's approximately 15,400 employees are based entirely in the United States. More information s available at www.frontier.com and www.frontier.com/ir ferral sites for the West Virginia Pre- scription Drug Abuse Quitline to as- sist in recovery and treatment of pre- scription drug abusers. The three centers are: Westbrook Health Services in Parkersburg; Healthways, Inc., in the Northern Panhandle; and Valley HealthCare System in Morgantown. "The quitline is a single point of entry where people who are suffering with prescription drug addictions can go to for their needs in recovery," Steve Burton, chief executive officer of First Choice Health Systems, said. "We are looking forward to having the resources of these three centers available and being able to refer call- ers to their wonderful facilities for care.'" The West Virginia Prescription Drug Abuse Quitline, operated by First Choice Health Systems, is a confi- dential resource for prescription drug abusers and their family members. The servmes ofthequitlineinclude: Three Health Care Providers Join Substance Abuse Recovery Program Three comprehensive behavioral referral to treatment centers, setting health care centers have become re- appointments at help centers, self- help materials and listening to call- ers' issue. All quitline educators are qualified and trained in addiction and recovery services. "The quitline is an extremely im- portant tool in assisting families and addicts with the resources they need to find treatment centers," Burton said. The West Virginia Prescription Drug Abuse Quitline was created in 2008 with funding from a settlement the state of West Virginia obtained from Purdue Pharma, a prescription drug company, for its aggressive mar- keting of the drug OxyContin. Funding from the settlement ceased in June 2011. The program has ap- plied for funding from the Depart- ment of Health and Human Resources and is seeking matching funds from the private sector. More information on the West Vir- ginia Prescription Drug Abuse Quitline is available online at www.wvrxabuse.org or. by phone at 1-866-987-8488. Complete peace equally reigns between two mental waves. ~Swami Sivananda chosen as the Glenville State College Pioneer Mascot for the 2012-2013 school year. He was se- lected after completing the Pioneer Mascot ap- plication process which includes an es- say, references and an interview with the se- lection committee. "I have always had a lot of school spirit at Oak Glen High School and now here at GSC, so I thought that I would make a great Pioneer. I am going to do everything I can to motivate the students and fans at Pioneer ath- letic contests and other GSC events." said Mills. Mills is majoring in criminal jus- tice at GSC and hopes to pursue a career investigating sexual based crimes. He is well acquainted with Pioneer athletics. Mills throws the discus, hammer and shot put as a member of the GSC Track and Field team. As the GSC Pioneer, Mills' duties will include attending GSC football and basketball games, tournaments and other school events. The Pioneer is charged with working with GSC students, faculty and staff to posi- tively promote and support the col- lege. The official uniform of the GSC "Niekoli Mills will be a wonderful asset to the Glenville State College community as our next GSC Pioneer. Nicco, as most of the students refer to him, is very humble about becoming the Pioneer. He is truly excited for this po- sition and has some wonderful ideas to get school spirit up on campus, His ex- citement is truly contagious and I cannot wait to see what he has in store for being the Pio- neer," said Jodi Ocheltree. GSC Di- rector of Student Activities and a member of the Pioneer selection com- mittee. The new Pioneer will begin his tenure at the GSC Fall Convocation on Fri.. Aug. 17. His first football game as the Pioneer Mascot will be on Thu.. Sept. 6 when the Pioneers host Fairmont State University at 7:00 p.m. at Morris Stadium. "I am going to try tO lead by the example of my Pioneer spirit. Hope- fully that will help the entire campus and community get excited and in- volved too," added Mills. Mills is the son of Munch and Dineen Mills of New Cumberland. Little Kanawha Handgunners Match Results: April 28, 2012 SMALL BORE PISTOL 1 st - Jason Miller (175) 2 na - Mike Fisher (175) 3 rd - Steve Ostaff (163) 4 th - Tom Smith (153) 5 th- Bud Cain (127) OPEN CLASS PISTOL 1 st - Steve Ostaff (176) 2 na - Jason Miller (169) 3 rd - Tom Smith (162) 4 th - Bud Cain (151) @ LARGE BORE PISTOL 1 st - Jason Miller (171) 2 na - Steve Ostaff (158) 3 rd - Mike Fisher (154)  4 th - Tom Smith (127) 5 t"- Bud Cain (124) RIMFIRE OPEN SIGHTS 1 st - Tom Smith (174) 2 na - Jason Miller (168) 3 ra - Mike Fisher (166) 4 th - Steve Ostaff (152) RIMFIRE SCOPED 1 st - Jason Miller (214) 2 "d - Mike Fisher (196) 3 "d - Tom Smith (182) 4 th - Steve Ostaff (161) MNe Fisher Mickey Metz For Magistrate -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ "-._ Dear Friends, I would greatly ask for your vote and support on the May 8th Primary Election. The training I have received in West Virginia Law and all the experience that I have gained as your Sheriff, over my eight years of service, has prepared me for the job of Magistrate. I will use my experience in WV Law, along'with good common sense, to make the right decisions. I will be fair and impartial to all who come before me. I will always be a man that you can talk to - any place, any time. It has been my honor to serve as your Sheriff for the past 8 years. It has also been my honor to coach and mentor your children and grand children for the past 20 years. I will always look out for the best interest of our children and all the citizens of Gilmer County. I ask for your continued trust, vote and support to be your next Magistrate. "Elect a Man, You Know and Trust." * Proven Leadership * Dedicated * Honest * Fair and Impartial Justice to All *8 Years Experience in WV Law "Qualified to Serve as Your Next Magistrate." GLEr00ILLE COHGRATULATIOHS CLASS OF 2012! Christopher Daniel Abney Heidi Ann Allen Mathew Travis Anderson Gregory William Arnott Krnsty Ann Arrington Craig Anthony Arthur Krystle Michelle Bailey Mary Sue Bailey Janice Jo Bayla Bane Jacqueline A. Barber . Kara Lynn Bennett Brittney Reney Berkhouse John Wilford Bird Cassandra Lynn Blankenship Landry Niles Boggess Bruce A. Boldley Bradley James Bonnett Ethan Andrew Bonnette Bridgette Renee Bowel Jarrod Heath Bowling Adam S. Bradshaw Justin Andrew Brown Amy Lynn Bumgarner Marilynn Louise Burkowski Rachel Lynn Bush Candace Marie Butler Lindsay Shaye Butner Gregory Scott Cain Leslie Jean Campbell Anita Lynn Carder Alicia Renee Cayton Chance J. Chapman Laura Jo Childers Tara Nichole Collins Jermell L Corbitt Richard Clark Cox Travis Matthew Crider Jay Michael Cronin Jesslca Raye Currence Cheryl Leann Cutlip Heather Marie Dalton Timothy Joseph Daly Andrew Brent Darby Lisa Joanne Darby Autumn D. Davis Jennifer Lee Deal Lillian Beth Dennison Dustin M. Dent Richard Hunter Doss II Heather Ashley Denise Dove Logan S. Kinder Karl Bryan Duval ioseah Paul Kute Alyssa Korrine Fehrenbach Rebeco Sue Lambert Derek Jamar Felder Mackenzie M. Langman Jared Anthony Ferguson Samuel Kenton Leach Olivia F. Ferrell Riki S. Lee Akheem M. Figgs Stephanie Renee Legg Jeremy Alan Fisher Christinia Itae LoVine Justin Lee Fletcher Alexander Phillips Mahood Brooke Danielle Foster Scott Gre;ory Mayer Charles Michael Fox Roxane L, nn McAtee Opal Delores Fox 3randon IcLrav Donna L. Franklin Shelley Marl cCullough William Andrew McDonald Christopher Wayne Freeman Phillip Gerald Garrett Michael, :henry Brian Justin Gatens Brittany N, Mctntosh Steven Paul McNair Anthony Wayne Goff Kristen Lee Golden Katelyn Brooke Meadows Danielle Brooke Goodrich TaLonne R. Hefford Tabitha A. Goodwin Kayla B. Miller-Roop Jennifer Lynn Greene noanna K. Minney Brian Keith Griffith Chasity Ni Moyers Karen Lea Griffith Michael D; Murphy Scott Lee Hacker Jacob Dean Myer Tristen James Hacker Bobbi J. Nicholas Erica Elizabeth Hale Kimberly D. Nichols Gila Marie Hamilton Jade Kath ,n Nichols Hunter Morgan Hamrick imothy Nolan James Edward Hamrick Kenneth Allen Noland Veronica Elice Hamrick Katie J Nutter Sarah Jane Harper Isac Ra) Osborne David ratrick Hart Terrell AI :n Parker Sarah Nicole Harvey Michelh Lea Parker . William Tracy Hawk tosJe Lydia Peck Marion Edward Henry cal,e I' . Pell Christopher Glen Higgins Devon Polk James Joseph Higg]ns Charles Eric Powdl Christopher Channing Highley Cecil N. Pritt Sarah Cathrine Hines Debra L, nn Quinn James R. Howes Rachel am Ramezan Jennifer Rose Jacobs Jackson Edward Ranhart Aaron Lowell James Sarah J. Ratliff Melissa Faye Jarvis Ashley M. Reed Nigel Evan Jeffries Robin Riddle Marciea Lea Jenkins Alicia Marie Riggleman Chantelle Rose Johnson Natalie Sue Rogers Dakota S. Johnson Steven Ray Rogers Alexander Robert Kelley Lori Ann Rosenburg Kyle Seal Kelly Dustin D. Roy Jesse Ray Samms Kristy Lynn Scruggs Leandra Sears Norman C. Seignious III Taylor Bryan Sergent Richard Tyler Sheets Kayla D. Shobe Elora Danan Shock Jessica Ann Smith Joshua D. Smith Kayla Renee Smith Melissa Jane Smith Trina D. Smith Jamie N. Sponaugle James Edward Sprague Gerald Ray Sprinkel Brian Neal Sprouse James Gregory Squires Jennifer LSquires Shawl Stackhouse Davina A. Stalnaker Carlos Stevens Julia Lynn Stull Sarah Elizabeth Suan Nicholas Samuel Summeffield Joshua Michael Tallman Evil C. Thomas Ryan Lee Thomas Claude Etem Tindong Scott Jason Tolley Ryan Jeffrey Tomblin Jacques S.Vance Krystle Jean Vaughan Christopher Scott-Viers Victoria Ryann Vineyard Trent Jordan Walker Tina Marie Walther Kelly Dawn Wesffall Ashley Pilar Williams Anna Marie Williams Susie Renee Wilson Sara Dell Wise Julia Angelina Wolf Elijah E.Young The Class of 2012 in&des July. and December "2011 graduates