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Page 4--- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, May 6, 2004 6 By Travis BeaU, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 STATE CHAMPION GOLF TEAM STATE CHAMPION VOLLEYBALL TEAM May 13 Region IV Class A At Parkersburg Note: The top four in each running event qualify for the state meet. In field events the top four plus all other who meet the minimum standard qualify for the state meet. Girls' Results: Finished 3rd out of 8 teams with 134 points. 100M-lst, Erica Williams13.23; 3rd, Camai Roberson 13.57. 200M-lst, Roberson 26.78; 2nd, Williams 26.90. 4OOM-I st, Williams 1:03.15; 4th, Brianna Lowther 1:05.24. 100M Hurdles-lst, Lark Butler 17.57. 3OOM Hurdles-3rd, Brianna Lowther 52.75; 4th, Buffer 52.78; 5th, Sophia Youngs 54.27. 4xl00M-5th, Gilmer 1:00.07. 4x200M-5th, Gilmer 2:13.07. 4x400M-3rd, Gilmer 5:05.47. 4x800M-3rd, Giimer 12:23.24. 4x102M Shuttle Hurdle-4th, Gilmer 1:16.38. Long Jump-lst, Roberson 16' 1.75"; 2nd,Williams 15' 7.5". High Jump-lst, Roberson 5' 2"; 3rd, Grogg 4' 10". Shot Put-5th, Marsha Benson 28' 11.5". Discus-3rd, Marsha Benson 83'7". Boys' Results: Finished 5th out of 7 teams with 39 points. 3200M-5th, Chris Weaver 11:13.07. 4xl00M-4th, Gilmer 48.98. 4x200M--4th, Gilmer 1:42.20. 4x400M-4th, Gilmer 3:57.77. 4x800M-3rd, Gilmer 9:27.98. Long Jump-3rd, Jacob Lilly 18' 10.75". Shot Put-lst, Seth Buffer 47' 4". May 10 Athlete (female) Emilee Grogg Camai Roberson Erica Williams Teresa Wine Marsha Benson Lark Butler Stephanie Estep Danielle Hammer Abby Lilly Sophia Youngs Brianna Lowther Ryann Phillips Athlete (Male) Seth Butler Dustin Hem Jacob Lilly Stephen Cole James Montgomery Grade 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 Grade 12 12 11 ,11 11 Chris Weaver 11 Matt Cole Kevin Smith 10 Event High Jump High Jump Long Jump 100M 2OOM Long Jump looM 2OOM 400M 4x8OOM Best, Effol 4'10" 5'2" 16"01.75" 12.70 26,77 15'9" 13.00 26.90 1:01.87 11:57 Discus 83'7" IOOMHH 3OOMLH Shuttle Hurdle 4x400M 4x8OOM 4x400M 4x8OOM Shuttle Hurdle Shuttle Hurdle 400M 3OOMLH Shuttle Hurdle 4x400M 4x400M 4xgOOM Event Shot Put 4xl00M 4x200M 4x400M 4x800M Long Jump 4x 100M 4x200M 4xl00M 4x200M 4x400M 17.57 50.77 1:15.60 4:43.71 11:57 4:43.71 11:57 1:15.60 1:15.60 1:05.24 52.10 1:15.60 4:43.71 4:43.71 11:' 7 Best Effor 50'1" 48.3 1:41.24 3:56 9:20 19'1" 48.3 1:41.24 48.3 1:41.24 3:56 4xl00M 48.3 4x 2OOM 1:41.24 4x400M 3:56 4x4OOM 3:56 4x8OOM 9:20 4x400M 3:56 4x8OOM 9;20 4x800M 9:20 trict) ~(Gle: In age ener Send com( Dem in thi ?,'fEel State State who the c Ken local wide politi with dits Hect ber wom Betq tentfi one offic bate 1 the l evan peop It': coup one ( body malt wom It", isitc As s~ and love in 1o alwa think love I r( not r, dates Ggmer 4, Parkersburg Cart. 9 May 10 May 6 Gilmer 20020 0,0.-4 Gilmer Blue Angels 20 Upsher Co. 7 P.C. ' 2 0"4 1 0 2 0-9 Gilmer 9, Weston Moose 6 WP: Katie Harold 5IP, 4H, 4BB, LP: Jesse Darby 2.2IP, 6H, 6R,WP: Stephen Carter 7IP, 13K, 8K. 3ER, 1BB, 4K. 4BB. Gilmer Hitting: Harold 3-3; Giimer Hitting: Aaron Bishop 2- Gilmer Hitting: Dustin Howes Jenny Wolfe 3-3; Jessie Shaffner 1- 3, IR, 1BB; Jacob Lilly 1-2, 1 3-3, 2B, 3B; Kyle Wise 3-4;1; Hannah Yeager 1-1; Ceterika double, 1BB; Andy Sirbaugh 1-2, Austin Pounds 1-4. 2RBIs, 1Sac; Ben Huffman 1-3. 1R, Waddell 1-2; and Morgan McPherson 1-4. 1BB. May 17 RECIPIANTS OF THE DAMON WEST AWARD HANNAH ClJAMBERS AND JACOB ULLY STANDING WITH MR. WEST John Bennett the Principal/Ath- letic Director at GCHS acted as Master of Ceremony and opened theeventiit 6:30onFridayevening. Jay Chambers, Boy's Basketball/ Welcoming was done by Kelly Steve Shuff, Freshman Basket= Radcliffand Lorina Hartshorn, the bali/Wendell Tomblin, Baseball/ invocation wascarriedoutbyAbby Joey Frashure, Boy's and Girl's Lilly. A delicious covered dish Track/Willard Wright. dinner was then served in the tom- All State Recognition was also monsarea, withadesserttablethat handled by the coaches, as 12 would have filled even the most athletes received All State awards. hollow sweet tooth. All State honors for 2003 Base- Former GCHS Teacher,Coach, ball and Track were done at this and Athletic Director Damon West year's banquet since both sport's was the Speaker for the banquet, seasons aren't finished until after Before beginning his speech, in a each years banquet. Recieving very respectable showing of Pa- All-State honors for the '03 Base- triotism, Mr. West who had served bali team were Adrian Duelley, inWWIIhimselfaskedJayCham- and Justin Townsend. Athletes bers if he would step forward to receiving All State in Track for pray for our troops and have a '03 were Annamoriah Tuell, moment of silence to show our Camai Roberson, and Hannah support. Mr. West as always de- Chambers. This year's Football livered a great speech filled with team produced an All State ath- wisdom, and guidance that would lete in Seth Butler as did Basket- May 14 Sectionals, Game 1 Gilmer 3, Williamstown 5 Gilmer 020100 0-3 Williamstown 04000 10--5 LP: Richard Ratliff 7IP, 9H, 5R, 5ER, 4BB, 5K. Gilmer Hitting: Josh Brown 2-3; Gary Jenkins 1-2, 1R, IHR, IBB, 2RBIs; Andrew Hartshorn 1-3, 1 double, IRBI; Andy Sirbaugh 1-3; Aaron Bishop 1-4; Jesse Darby 1-4. May 17 Sectionals, Game 2 Gilmer 2, Parkersburg Cath. 8 Gilmer 000002 0-2 P.C. 0000305--8 LP: Gary Jenkins 2IP, 5H, 4R, 3ER, 1K. Gilmer Hitting: Andrew Hartshorn2-3, 1R; Andy Sirbaugh 1- Dairy Mart 18, Gilmer 12 May 8 LP: Stephen Carter 4IP, 4K; Gilmer Blue Angels 25 Daniel Dulude 2IP, 4K; Josh Blue Jays 5 Hardman liP, 3K. WP: Morgan McPherson 3IP, If-I, Gilmer Hitting: Carter 5-6 8BB, 5K. 2RBIs; Dulude 4-6 2RBIs; Kyle Gilmer Hitting: Jessie Shaffner Wise 3-5, 2B, 3RBIs; Dustin 3-3, 2HRs; Hannah Yeager 2-3; Howes 2-3, 2B; Josh Hardman 2-4, Jenny Wolfe 2-3; Ceterika Waddell 3B; James Roberson single, 2RBIs. 1-1; Tiffany Young 1-1; Megan Normant 1-1; Katie Harold t- 1. Next home game May 28, 6:00. May 12 Gilmer Blue Angels 18 i Slammers WP: Katie Harold 6IP, 2H, 9BB,., 6K. '* 4 Gilmer Hitting: Jeniay wolfe 4- ; Jessie Shaffner 3-3; Hannah Yeager 3-4; Megan Normant _ Katie Harold 3-4; Ceterika WadOell 1-2; Rachel Clemmons 1-2; Mrlg. .a. ' i McPherson 2-4; Tiffany young 3; Jacob Lilly 1-3, 1 double; Aaron ---Sports are eon't, on pale i By TravisBeaU surely stick with everyone who ball With Nick Dent. The State" Bishop 1-4; Josh Brown 1-4. V KENNEDY'S GUIDE & q /(C Sports Reporter was there to listen. Champion Golf team boasted two _. --. Presentation of awards to all All state athletes Anthony Reale S,ppor!ailmeJ Cou /~ Bottom Hue Fishing Buddy 1200-*179" ,, H!u. TheGiimerCountyHighSchool the athletes for participation was and Aaron Bishop. While the State 1(-----2ttt]al Athletic Banquet was held on Fri., done by the Head Coach of each Champion Volleyball squad had e:it ]Aqua View - underwater viewing system - ,rm, .,I May 14 at Gilmer Cunty High respective sPrt" Sftball was uP three All State hnred athletesr----- /" School. Awards were given out first with Head Coach Cindy AmberLowther, CamaiRoberson, /: for participation in each respec- Szabo and Assistant Coach Rick and Hannah Chambers. ' I:UU SPORTS FACT, MICHAEL [J tive sport. Also special individual Sprouse, followed by The State Championship Golf /ORD ONCE SCORED 65 POlllTS I] " * / ,GA,,S, THE CELTICS '" T.E Call for a Fishing Report. honors were awarded, as well asCheerleading/Mary Beth gauer, team was honored and then pre- BOSTON GARDEN. THE MOST two State Championship teams inCross Country/Willard Wright, sented GCHS with a team photo-POll/iTs 8Y &ll OPPOSING $1llGt[ il Open Mon - Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. ~ Sat & Sun by uppointrent k' PLAYER Ill THE GARDEN; HOW- Golf and Volleyball. Football/Steve Shuff, Golf(State graph to be immortalized on theEVER, THEIORDAN'S CHICAGO ~I~_ 492 Walnut Street - Gienville, WV * 304-462.4984 = Champions)/Randy Ratliff, wall of the gymnasium with thei BOLLS LOSTTH[ ANDGOT Volleyball(State Champions)/ champions of past years.The State i John Nicolais, Girl's Basketball/ Champion Volleyball team was also honored and presented the! SWEPT Ill THE SERI[R$ BY LARRY 81RDIS CELTICS. Selected Power Bait, 2 Jars For $5 We Buy, Trade and Sell G Used Guns. We Stock Trot Lines, Frog Edgs' Minnow Traps, Minnow Bucgets' Buss Bedding, ETC. Wax Worms, Meal Wor Hunting & Fishing The Boston Celtics' Bill High school with it's very first Volleyball State Championship Russell has more NBA championship rings than he does fingers (11 ), including eight straight, and a couple of player-coach seasons. Gilmer County High School. Jacob *** Lilly and Hannah Chambers were Progress always involves risk; the two athletes who received this you can't steal second base and prestigious award for the '03-'04 keep your foot on first base. school year. --Frederick Wilcox This year's Gilmer County High *** team photograph to hang. The most esteemed award of the evening was the annual Damon West award which is given to the top male and female athlete at School Athletic Banquet was a veryi dsy well held event that was filled with' It's the frien ou can eall up great athletes, teams, and coaches, at 4 u.m. that matter. So thanks for an exciting year in ---Marlene Dietrich sports and best of luck in the fu- I/you're going to do'aomething ture. The evening was ended with wrong, at least enjoy it. closing remarks by Ellen Wilson. --Leo Rosten t !ii Deal It thOS, dren to se gam flou~ of re ativ earl2 is th tion in th ] M :J Ivit 2O( t,e kn i: