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Page 4A-- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, May 6, 2004 By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 ,- I II II By Shaun Smith great moments in sports as the rnem0" = ~. ,, ." Sports Reporter ries that Gilmer Count; sports m~ Apr. 30 to May 1 As many of you may or may notwill last forever in mv mind. .- _ _ Gazette Relays know, I must be traveling on now that I would also like to thank EditorI . l.,ad PlozleerstvJKa ,", FinishedGiris Results:' 3rd out of 11 Iam graduating fromGlenville State Dave Corcoran for giving me _~j y and moving on to help out with my chance to work as a sports editor, - teams father's business. I would also like to thank the stafffr ~ .... -T--w . t-,( ~ with 73 points. Overthispastyearandahalf, Ihave all of their cooperation... L 'nllt-i I/ Jr r i B'n 100M-2nd, Erica Williams witnessed some of the greatest me- The torch has been passed doW ' l'll.ltllL 111 lr , Y llJ l 13.23. 33 meats in Gilmer County sports his- oneofmygoodfriends, TravisBe~, 200M-2nd, Williams 27. . tory, from No. 1-ranked high school who will be reportingon all of GilmdS B r 400M-2nd, Williams 1:01.87,teams, to state championships, to 61- sports in the area. . J_. y T, avis Beall, GSC softball is headin Kara Sa"re " 387" OF "r tal5th, Brianna Lowther 1:05.28. game winnine streaks-I have seen it I pass good luck on to all ot Sports Reporter Key players: OF- Katie Martin Marvain C- Brandi" R Yards ,oI00M Hurdles-5th. Lark Butler all. upcoming teams in their respecti (.440),OF-TaliciaWhite(.409),SS- (.247). )" Jo;a-~ .......... ,^. I would like to thank all of the sports-your hard work, cooperati0a, q The GSC Lad " 'ed to ' .,,~,Wl nurmes--'*m, ~uuc~ coaches and all of the players for those and kindness will be missed. ymoneerstravel if ~ ~'~ :t7 ~,h t,~wther54 17 J Vienna to participate in the 2004 edi- / Apr, 29 : } ""tx4'0~ ~nd"Gilmer 4~43 71 (~[ @ i tion of the WVIAC Softball Tourna- / No.15 Glenville State 4 Any 30 ] ..... -: '-"" ,G, * ment beginning on last Thurs., Apr. ] No. 2West rty, tate3 NolSGk ll" Slate8/ ' rtml Arts Demo-Safety Cla l 29. | GlenvitleState(1D28)postedthe 13WYUTech6 ] ...... ' , ' GfrhesL z;dYPineers'headedbyach I tm'n ele"tsfi lupSetma vt # E'ea3'GleavitleState(12"29 starter t 'i;rg'j m; 2nd Williams 14-,u _, ' rry zabo, in only their second year [ neersh ldonfora4,3waceounteA for at least one hit in the I ,n9 of competition, posted a respectable [Liberty (37-15). G SC...built a 47..1 Pioneers' Vietoryagainst WVU Tech[ Shot Put-Sth Marsha Benson i (10-28) record going into the tourna- ledge on tile strengm or mre (4-26) in an etimination game Brandi I 26 0750 ' r ment GSC wasrobbed of the No 11 I inningtallie,s Br RichardsRBl Ri went3-4with , o;r 'RBIsI " '. ....... r ' " " " ow . ~ -.r'~ "-,- tfiscus---~m t~enson o~-~'*. spot due to a four-date wolatmn of ] double was the key bl forGSCm toI GSC Thevict,,,, l .... eived] ....... ' ..... ...... wvt&~ scneounng poncms, result- I tnerrame, urystainaarvmna~tex/a two hits each from Katie Martin and [ ~...o,z~ .... w,.. "~.;~ ~ mginaNo. 15 seed and a first round ] solo home run in the mmng. winnimz r,itcher Z,m -a Wa-,ne/ ..... ,- ..... ..... [ . --- , I --_ ... -----z .t~, , , .~ 'It" * ~t~a J I FlrlISFleU Otll UUL UI 1~- t~Odlla matcn-upw)m last s tourneyrun- ], Am flnaa wayne e.ulmc wm Waylmonlyatlowodthreeearnedruns [ with 43 points. her up ann mis year s z spot west lot Lilenvine : tate wire mmngs in her second win of the to ament c , 1I~ _ " urn -| 1600M-2nd, Matt Cole 4:56.03. Liberty State Hflltoppers(37-)4) , [of r lief w.ork .......... ^,: : i GlmVilleState 0 0 5 0 2 1 0-8 l 3200M-4th Chris Weaver taowever, woum not oe / t/lenville atat t u u a u u WVU Teeh 3 0 1 fl 0 fl 2,--6 / , n ' " "e O0 - iv.., . l u fected by the drop m rank; instead, | WestLtb rty 10110--3 : ...... [ .... :,_....a a07 /h,a,,~, A~c~ n tha.ar h~. c~ cl nHl~,r'[" " l ] ~ | ~X~O%U.Vl"~tll, UIIIIICl 7.3.1. e:fi s' un:Z;;;l eur namenltw']'ffto m ] Apr. 29: _ : .... Apr. 30 | LongJump-lst, JacobLilly 19- I: p e o a [ No.7 Fairmont Slate5 : ei...a--..., a / 01 00 k 4-_ wm over the favored Hdltoppers. I No 15 Glenville Stale I .......... l .............. e~vv:r v~/~/~A~S~2r~k~r~eG?CiSufi~t~- / Glenvi_t|e Sta,e (11-29)was ~ Ch~g~riT~tLS~$nt~ge I 05?~.t*Tetl ~St'e~etr~c~;dler~ ! ...... P [ able to l]gure out pitcher .lessiea ofsixGIenviileState(t2-30 errors| Discus-3rd, Butler 126-06 nermneerswoumcontmueontome reathouse ofFairmont Shaterl9 ..... ' " .. ............ ....... . . .. I . . t " to eliminate the Pioneers in a y-a / rtign romt- m, t uuer m ( lourm renan ol tnls esteemea. . tourna-, as. she e"itc '*a, ,,.,, a tw'-,,-nitter, contest. ..... Katie*" Martin" ann aamanma"-i. ment, wheretheywereehmmatedma [ Glenwlle States Katie Martin hal r,: .................. for[ --, , MARTIAl. ARTS Dr=Me-SAFETY CLASS - Pictured above in the d heartbreaker by No 8 Charleston - rw.cuazaK DOUl t'haa a pa~r otmts xo . am . Y ...... - , . . [~tedthelonepioneerrunaspartofa GSC. : /i Mini Titan be.ore row (I-r)are the following Sensei Dawn Webb, D Ion Husg v, oJaen e.agJes, nus, mey've enaea I 2-3 day. ,-._, ,, n,. = ::i / Sarah Aviles, Tyler Bunts; Second Row (I-r): Madison Campbell, Mrs. " ' " V -,~.v~t~"ltlYltll~ ~.~l'll~l,~ V ~,~ ~ ~ V Jt",,-~ t'~ th]sCmderellarun, butnotbeforelea - / GlenvilleState OOOOO01-1 ..,.... n llrlh-ook l olilf{ Cindy Barker, Daniel Skinner; Thir0 Row (/-0: Miss KondaCl rk, JacX D ingtheir mark and giving all us fansa F " JLR lt .,Jt [ awmont State 0 2 2 01 0 x-5 .... : !ii!J [ JL a Shaffner, Cheyanne Scarberry, Zachary Willsey, Sensei Mickey Met/., littlepeekattheHeightstowardwh ch k,._ ::i :: ..... ___., Nathan Stout, Katie Davis, Destiny Ricotta, and Mrs. Kathy Minigl - t( .... m ,r Apr. 17 Sensei Metz would like the public to know he is alwa s available to [ [ I I rinseD, Doddridge Co. Middle School perform Martial Arts Demostratlons and Child Safety classes at any E / , , Invitational school, or organization, that would be interested in having him do so. fl ' J ' 1 : " Girls'Results" ( "~ (Gilme [ ,coreboard ..... ,, tin,shed 3re out of 7 teams, r Babe A"r28 100M-3rd, LindseyHernl4.2; / ,1 [RuhResutst l P P 4th, Lora Gordon 14.2. _ _ 200M-3rd Hem 29:40. 1 a Gilmer 6, Ritehie ' [ ,. Gilmer 6 0 0 0 0 0 0-6 800M-2nd, Rachel Ramezan _ - 2"47 70; 3rd Catherine Butcher Ritehie 3 1 1 0 0 0 0-5 2150'20 " k 1~ Apr. 28 Finished 3rd out of 7 teams. 100M-3rd, Lindsey ]~ern lZ h, Lora Gordon 14.2. 200M-3rd, Hem 293 800M-2nd, Rachel ameza 47.70; 3rd, Catherine Butch 50.20. . WP: Gary Jenkins 7IP, 7H, 5R, 75M Hurdles--4th, Lora Gordon -- -. , Gilmer 10, Wendy's 13 n IER, IBB, 2WP, 6K. 13.40. ~ay a Gilmer Hitting: Ben Huffman 2- LP: Daniel Dulude 4IP, 6K, 0 4xl00M-lst, Gilmer 59 3 ......... h 4, Josh Brown 1-3, Gary Jenkins 1- . " " t, umer a, ~nmt'y ~ Austin Pounds liP, 2K, James 4x200M--4th, Gflmer 2:10. ' ............ George 2IP, 2K. c 3, Richard Raflift 1-3. " " 19 6 Jrmnty u u u J u u u--x 4x40OM-2nd Gdmer y .......... Gilmer Hitting: Josh Hardman 2- s .... '.. , . .." ", t, umer u u J u z z x-a f Apr. 29 b aump-zna, ~amenne t~utcner WP- Sam Smith 7IP IK 4, 2B, 3B, Dulude 2-3, Stephen 13-08 5 ' v Game 1 "" -urn i s- .&lea Hinterer 4 04 Gilmer Hitting: Jessica Cana 2-4 Carter 2-3, George 1-1, Pounds 1-I, ~j p- t, Gilmer $, Calhoun 3 ~ .~ ........ " " 215 Janet Anderson 2-3 2 doubles James Roberson 1-1. h Dtscus-_nct. Lmmn t~amoerger ~ 7" ................. , ~a Gilmer 3200000-5 78-08. May 3 Calhoun2100000--3 Shot-lst, Bamberger33-0025.Ili,_v) Afhlof|e l WP: Richard Radiff 7IP, 9H, 3R, Boys' Results: Llllll II, ltU.3 ] Gilmer 6, Wilson & Bailey 9 ( 1ER, 2BB, 7K. Finished 6th out of 7 teams. LP: Stephen Carter 2IP, 3K, Gflmer Hitting: Aaron Bishop 3- 100M-2nd, Steven Viola 12.4. _ PIh lt All -_.Daniel Dulude 5IP, 4K. } 4, Jacob Lilly 1-3, Andrew Hartshorn 1-4, Ben Huffman, 1-4, 1600M-3rd. Eddie Hartman I I Gilmer Hitting: Austin Pounds 5:55.6. I I aSeD_ li I 4-4 2 doubles, Kyle Wise 2-3 2B, Richard Ratliff 1-4. 4xl00M--4th, Gilmer 57.0. I [ Dulude 1-l, Carter 1-1, Dustin [l Apr. 29 Apr. 24 I Trae t;oaenes I Howes 1-1, Josh Hardman 1-1. -- Game 2 Ritchie Co. Middle School P -- v lr m i Gilmer2, Calhoun6 , Invitational i Fun Fact: I Gflmer 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 Girls Results: Calhoun0051000--6 Finished Sth out of l0 teams, i organtmvn has the [ LP: Jesse Darby 2.lIP, 5H, 5R, 800M-3rd, Rachel Ramezan --. ] ternational record [ 3ER, IK. 2"519 tistiestoemureaccuraeyanama ] the most street J Gilmer HiRing: Josh Brown 2-3, "l M-2nd, Ramezan 6:06.4. timdy fashion; In order to better Jesse Darby 2-3, Ben Huffman 1-3. 4xlflflM--.ath ,ilmar 1"00 5 servethepeopleofGilmerCount I ires started in the J ............ ' .............. U .... with paa spring ,ports or- [ ast six years vith[ Head coach Joe Frashure com- rmtsnectnoys" Kesui. ts:/tn out ot'lt/teams .... mation weaskthatyoupleasesub-. I 1.129-'the most [ merited "We are Playing with a lot ......... 6 mat all gamins and information to. more confidence right now. After lmlM--4th, :steven vioJa ,z.. sl,om t t.gho : 462-'73og, rax:" I ruing after the X% I 200M-2nd, Viola 25 8 2-7300 our slow 0-6 start, we have won six " " l Tech upset, t out of nine games. Our pitching has 3200M-5th Eddie Hartman .... d .... t 1 9" I fi q ' ~ III~IIIK ][0111 all ~i,O(~! l.AI]g~., i __ been solid. Our defense is getting ......... , / better, but we still have breakdowns. ( S]PC i rs S][ [ kTS ) I think we are definitely headed in ) the fight direction." GSC Boys' GSC Girls' WVIAC Softball Fun Fact: Morgantmvn has the international record for the most street fires started in the past six years vith 1,129-'the most coming after the Tech upset. The paint crew consisted of: Sara everyone. ' Basketball Camp Basketball Camp Honors announced Cellmdlm" Store and More-- 643-2800 124 East Main Street GELLULARON E Harrisv~WV 26362 Authorized Dealer Locally owned and loca ed in the former Century 21 Office beside Stout Hardware. Come on in, bring this ad for 10% off on any accessory. ' mb,a,t a I I We Stock Some Of The Best Turkey Calls, and The Price Is Right Wax Worms, Meal Worms. Nieht awlers r"Decogs, rdator Ca//s. _ n .... Skeet Shootersmean ton Low Brass Shot Gun Shells # 71/2, ,, or 20 Gauge,.., ,,2,,, Boxes $7.99_ New Model 504 Remin 22 Cal. This Week I II I Ill I l i2i _ The Glenville State College Pie- Apr. 28 neer Basketball Camp (Individual Camp) will be held Jun. 13-17 for Gilmer Blue Angels 28 boys ages 8- l 8. Weston Blue Jays 8 The cost w ll be $210 for an over- WP: Morgan McPherson. night camper and $180 for a day Gilmer Hitting: McPherson 34, camper. Jessie Shaffner 3-3, Jenny Wolfe 2- For futher information, to regis- 2, Rachel Clemens 2-2, Hannah Yeager2-3, Megan Normant 1-1, ter, or to receive a brochure, please contact Camp Director and Assis- and Tiffany Young l-1. rant Coach Dwaine Osbourne. He can be reached by phone at 462- May l 7361, ext. 7228 or by email Gilmer Blue Angels 23 Dwaine.osbourne@glenville.edu. Slammers 1 WP: Katie Harold. Gilmer Hitting: Jessie Shaffner 4-4, Morgan MePherson 3-4, Glenville State College Athletics Harold 3-4, Jenny Wolfe 2-2, Corri will host an annual golf tournament for the purpose of fundraising for Phillips 2-3, Hannah yeager 2-3, Tiffany Young 1-2, Michaela Byron athletic scholarships on Fri., Jun. l 1. l- l, Megan Normant l- l, Rachel Prizes for hole-in-ones will be avail- able, with gifts such as $ l 0,000 cash, Clemens 1-3. _a DVD/CD player, a set of Wilson golf clubs (irons), and a 3-day resort vacation package. Other prizes for the "longest drive" and "closest to the pin" will be given away, as well as an opportunity to win $I,000,000 In last week,s mystery points ar- ticle, it was stated that Junior Wright averaged over 50 points a game while playing at Normantown, and Ron Smith had averaged over 40 points a g'ame while playing at Normantown and Burnsville gymnasiums. How- ever, that is not the case, Junior Wright scored his points at Rosedale, while Ron Smith scored his points at Walkersville. The Glenville State College Instruc- tional Camps for girls will be held for the weeks of Jun. 27-Jul. 1 and Jul. 7- 11 in Glenville. Girls entering the fourth grade through those entering the 12th grade are eligible. Camp fees are $205 for residential, $155 for day/evening, and $105 for a day camper. For more information and a brochure, contact Coach Steve Harold at 462-7361 -ext. 7229, email hareM@ glenville.edu, or print a copy of the brochure by ac- cessing the athletic website at www.gscpioneers, com. PAC Golf Tourney set for June 11 The schedule for the events are as follows: registration at 11:00 a.m., lunch at 11:30 a.m., and shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. The cost to participate is $75 per player and $300 per eam. Hole spon- sorship is also available for $100 per hole. To sign up or to inquire about more information, please call the South Hills Golf Course at 422-8381 or call the Glenville State College Athletic office at 462-4102 Scholarship Golf Tourney The WVU Mountaineer athletic club presents the 9th Annual Phillip B. Scott Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament on Thurs., May 13 at Sandy Brae Golf Course. This is a four person scramble, and each team will be joined by a member of the WVU Athletic Department or Support Staff. To enter or for more information, contact Bob Zdanek at 927-3760 or 927-4971, John Varda at 927-2700,or Jim McCulty at 927- i 750 The Glenville State Lady PioneerS softball team had four players receive honors. Brandi Ric hards made the all- tournament team. Temnmates Crys- tal Marvian, Kara Sayre, and Talicia White received Honorable Mention for All-WVIAC Softball. Cincinnati Reds Legends Camp Cincinnati Reds Legends will host a three-day youth baseball clinic for ages 5-19 from June 16-18 at the VFW Baseball Field in Marietta, OH. Big Red Machine Slugger and 1977 National League MVP George Foster will be appearing, as well as other Reds Legends Bobby Tolan, Leo Cardenas, Cesar Geronimo, Scott Scudder, and Denis Menke. For more info, visit www.cincinnatiredslegends.com or call 740-373-3476. Regislration dead- line is June 11 and only 100 spots are available at a first come, first serve basis. GSC to host baseball pitching clinic Lady Pioneers' head softball coach Gerry Szabo will host a baseball pitch- ing clinic on Sat., May 8 at the Lady Pioneers' new softball field. For more information regarding the clinic, please visit www.gscpioneers.com.