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(Photo provided by FelixAviles) Lady Titans Highlight an Impressive Relay with a First Place Finish in the 4x102.5 Meter Shuttle Hurdle Relays By Jamie MuUins, Sports Editor With the WV State Track Meet just around the corner, teams from across WV gathered in Charleston this past weekend for the annual Gazette Re- lays! For the GCHS Titans, this was an opportunity to measure up the com- petition, and to see just how they compared to other Single A competi- tors. On Friday night, April 27, junior Anthony Aviles proved he was the one to beat this year in 'the High Jump Competition. After watching competitor after competitor foul out by hitting the bar at lower heights like 5' 10", 5' 11 ", 6'0", and 6'1", Aviles saw his final com- petitor eliminated at the height of 6'2". From that point, Aviles was guar- anteed the win, and decided to have a little fun as he continued higher. When he discovered the event's record was 6'8", set in 2006 by an ithleteout of Chesapeake, OH, Aviles decided to try to add a second big event record to his wall of accolades, to go right beside the WVState Cham- pionship record he broke at last year's State Championship. Aviles watched as the officials set the bar at 6' 8.25", a height he had never jumped in practice, let alone in competition. He stepped back to look at the bar that was raised in front of him, accepted the challenge and took a leaping run at the obstacle. Moments later, those near the event, who had witnessed the feat celebrated as Aviles cleared the bar for not only an obvious first place finish, but the Gazette Relays' High Jump record! However, now we are left to won- der, how will Aviles top that perfor- mance on May 18 [the State Meet]? As for the rest of the GCHS Team, there were multiple strong perfor- mances for the Lady Titan Team. However, none as exciting as the Shuttle Hurdle Relay victory! For the Lady Titans' talented hur- dlers, senior Sydney Pettit and sopho- more Hannah Roberts, it had been a long, rough day of finishing just be- hind the Doddridge County Hurdlers. In the 100 Meter High Hurdle event, Petfit edged out her teammate for a third place finish with a time of 18.08. Roberts finished with a respectable 18.15. However, in the 300 Meter Low Hurdle, Roberts proved to have the stronger finish with a third place fin: ish with a time of 52.60. Pettit fin- ished just behind her in fourth place with a time of 55.26. In both events,, it was a pair of Doddridge hurdlers who took one and tWo. ....... " '  .... Thus, when the Lady Titan indi- v/dual hurdlers Pettit and Roberts got the chance to team up with fellow GCHS runners Tisha Riffle and Elaina White, they were ready for revenge. As the teams took their lanes for the 4x 102.5 Meter Shuttle Hurdle Relay, the crowd knew it would be a close match-up between Gilmer and Doddridge; however, most people expected the Bulldogs to walk away with the win. A minute later, everyone stared waiting for the official result as the two teams had finished only hundreths of a second apart. Then, the times were revealed, the Lady Titans had taken the Shuttle Relay with a time of 1:12.66; Doddridge finished second with a time of 1:12.70. The victory was big for the Lady Titans, but now, the target is on their back as the State Tournament ap- proaches. Can the Lady Titans beat the Lady Bulldogs again in two short weeks, or will the match-up end dif- ferently this time. We will see May 18-19 in Charleston! As for the Titan teams, the Lad Titans finished in a very i'espectable third, while the Titans took seventh! GAZETTE RELAY RESULTS: THE TOP SIX TITAN FINISHERS 110M Hurdles 39" (Boys) 4 - A. Aviles 17.24 300M Hurdles 36" (Boys) 5- J. Lowther 44.28 4x800M Relay (Boys) 4- D. Marlett, M. Morris, C. Ferguson, and J. Shreves 9:35.72 4x110M Shuttle Relay (Boys) 3 - J. Lowther, D. Marlett, T. Sparks, and A. Aviles 1:07.55 High Jump (Boys) 1 - A. Aviles 6-08.25 Pole Vault 36" (Boys) 5 - J. Lowther Jll-00.00 6 - T. Sparks 10-00.00 Shot Put (Boys) 4 - R. Ratliff 41-06.50 Discus (Boys) 5 - R. Ratliff 107-00 J 00'ioneer " 304.462.88]3" rllle Congratulations Class of 2012! To Help You Celebrate With Your Families Lunch Buffet Specials (Lunch from 11:30 a.m.-l:00 p.m.) Baby Back Ribs, Chicken Alfredo, Sliced Pork Loin & many side dishes, plus a Corn HoleTourney at 2 p.m. Music by "Bowyer Drive" 7:00 P.M. TO 10:00 P.M. Dinner Specials (Dinner from 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.) Try one of our delicious Queen Filet, Tuna Gorgonzola or Fried Shrimp Dinners Thursday, May 3, 2012 m The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder m Page 3B I GAZETTE RELAY RESULTS: I THE TOP SIX LADY FINISHERS 1100M Dash (Girls) 15 - J. Welch 14.05 200M Dash (Girls) 13 - J. Welch 28.22 400M Dash (Girls) 6 - A. Mann 1:09.04 800M Run (Girls) 6 - T. Simon 2:50.06 1600M Run (Girls) 5- K. Benson 6:14.19 6 - T. Simon 6:19.03 3200M Dash (Girls) 4- K. Benson 13:54.04 100M Hurdles 33" (Girls) 3 - S. Pettit 18.08 14- H. Roberts 18.15 1300M Hurdles 30" (Girls) 13 - H. Roberts 52.60 4 - S. Pettit 55.26 4xl00M Relay (Girls) 3 - J. Welch,T. Riffle, H. Roberts, and B. Wolfe 57.15 4x200M Relay (Girls) 4- E. White, K. Stewart, L. Hough, and B. Wolfe 2:04.48 4x400M Relay (Girls) 4 - J. Jones, L. Gregory, S. Pettit, and A. Mann 4:52.14 4 x 800M Relay (Girls) 2 - T. Simon, L. Gregory, K. Benson, and A. Mann 14.05 4x102.5M Shuttle Relay (Girls) 1 -H. Roberts, E. White, T. Riffle, and S. Pettit 1:12.66 I HighJump (Girls) 13 - M. Luzader 4-00.00 Long Jump (Girls) :4-T. Riffle 12-11.-75 I Shot Put (Girls) 14- L. Gordon 24-00.50 16 - A. Bush 18-09.50 I Discus (Girls) !3- L. Gordon 80-06 I5 - A. Bush 55-06 L J THE WEEK IN REVIEW - GCHS AND GSC BASEBALL SCORES TITAN BASEBALL - The GCHS T/tans h'n/sh the season 20-7 and appear strong as they enter post-season sectional action. Good Luck, Titans! 04/21/2012 @Harrison GCHS-0 vs. Liberty-6 (L) 04/25/2012 @ Richwood GCHS-15 vs. Richwood-2 (W) 04/27/2012 @ Notre Dame GCHS-10 vs. Notre Dame-6 (W) 04/30/2012 @ Ritchie GCHS-2 vs. Ritchie-8 (L) PIONEER BASEBALL- The GSC Pioneers had a tough return to WVIAC Baseball competition," however, a 6-4! season/s st/l/respectable from the young team. 04/24/2012 @ Shephard 04/24/2012 @ Shephard 04/27/2012 @ Pittsburgh 04/27/2012 @Pittsburgh 04/28/2012 @ HOME 04129/2012 @HOME 04/28/2012 @ HOME Good Luck in Conference Tournamen# GSC-5 vs. Shepherd-10 (L) GSC-1 vs. Shepherd-19 (L) GSC-1 vs. Point Park-8 (L) GSC-7 vs. Point Park-18 (L) GSC-3 vs. Ohio Valley-2 (W) GSC-3 vs. Ohio Valley-1 (W) GSC-0 vs. Ohio Valley-8 (L) LADY PIONEER SOFTBALL - A//WV/AC Honorees." 2nd Team All-Conference: Carlee Clarton (5'6", Fr., OF, Cleveland, OH) Honorable Mention: Carley Caldon (5'3", So., OF, Ripley,WV) I I have many new and L pistols in stock. Stop in a trade." Just compare m3 it will tale t o make y 304-4( I I Lsed rifles, shotguns and ad see what I have. "I will prices one time, that's all m a regular customer. ;2-8654 ' proudly presents ... for ocrat heriff my 12 years in the SherifJs Departm, enthusiastic backer of our schools and Go, Gilmer teams, on to I have been programs. frF GCHS Baseball May 3: LKC Tournament May 4: LKC Tournament May 5: LKC Tournament Gilmer Baseball May 4: S Expos vs N May ers @ Sand Fork @ Complex Fork vs Glenville @ Troy GCHS  Great season, Ladies! \\; GS_C__C_C Baseball Keep it up in the post [ "'t'u'- J Fantastic job on your first season, and best wishes \\;..,.,tt,,.,,,,,. / season back at GSC! to the seniors on your  Good luck in your post-high school endeavors.  " i seasons to come! Gilmer Co. Little Lea ug G__SC Softball Way to work May 5: Power vs Braxton Away May 5:Impact vs Richwood (DH)Away May 5: Baseburners vs Nettie, Richwood hard, ladies! Keep it up for next season ! 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