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% b Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 BENCHERS THAT COMPETED IN THE EVENT Two important one-day Football skills clinics for athletes entering grades seven through twelve are planned for this summer. The sev- enth annual WV Classic Quarter- back Skills Clinic will be held at Braxton County High School on Saturday, June 12, from 9 am until 3 pm. The instructor will be Lyle Lansdale, head football coach at Calvary Chapel High School, Santa Ana, California, and the director of the West Coast Passing School. He played collegiate football at the Uni- versity of Wyoming. He has coached both youth and high school players, many of wich have gone on to play college football. The clinic offers young football players a unique oppurtunity to de- velop their skills and learn the fun- damental techniques of the most demanding position on the football field-quarterback. Athletes will be grouped according to grade level and receive one-on-one attention throughout the day. Instruction will be provided by a staff that includes John Bowers, Burke Holvey enters cattle at National .. STEPHANIE ANDERSON SETTLE LEGGETT The First Ever Pioneer Bench Press Open was held on Saturday, May 1, ',2004 at the GSC Fitness Center and was deemed a great success The lo- cal event featured lifters from Gilmer [',County High School/Gldlavil e State mandatory three lifts,judged by Leon i 'Ramsey, Stephanie Anderson and Joel I :Shanesy. i l The lifters all competed for records, trophies as well as receiving a free :event tee-shirt. The proceeds this year i' went towards the purchase of a Yukon [ ileg press/hack squat machine to ben- efit the GSC Fitness Center. The ma- coordinator/director organizing the chine is scheduled to arrive the first advertisement and securing donations week of June. from sponsors to make the event a Highlights from the event included success. She also was the only fe- the top three "Big Benchers," Jeremy male competitor in thi year's corn- Proctor pushing an impressive bench petition. of 445, Settle Leggett locked out strong The competition next year will be with 380 and Tyler Hall topped at 340. advertised more extensively and is Other lifters included Matt Lamb, An- anticipated to involve the GCHS and drew Minigh, Matthew Butcher, Ma- GSC football teams as well as vet- son Shattuck, Trey Ramsey and Todd eran competitors, both men and Pounds. women, statewide. All lifters showed considerableEvent staff would like to thank all strength and determination in their par- sponsors, participants and spectators ticular divisions, for their support and see you next Stephanie Anderson was the event tear! III II GSC Boys' Basketball Camp The Glenville State College Pio- ,,ne, er Basketball Camp (Individual -Camp) will be held Jun. 13-17 for ThYS ages 8-18. e cost will be $210 for an over- Bight camper and $180 for a day per. amFolr futher information, to regis- ,l ter, or to receive a brochure, please " ontact Camp Director and Assis- Coach Dwaine Osbourne. He scan be reached by phone at 462- --7361, ext. 7228 or by email Dwaine.osbourne@ glenville.edu. IPA C Golf Tourney set for June 11 ' Gienville State College Athletics will host an annual golf tournament for the purpose of fundraising for athletic scholarships on Fri., Jun. I !. Prizes for hole-in-ones will be avail- able, with gifts such as $10,000 cash, la DVD/CD player, a set of Wilson [golf dubs (irons), and a 3-day resort [vacation package. O er prizes for the [["longest drive" and'"closest to the [ fin" will be given away, as well as an opportunity to win $1,000,000 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 team. 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. Join a local civic or fraternal club: Try out the Moose Lodge this month! Stop by the Main St. Lodge for details! GSC Girls' Basketball Camp The Glenville State College In- structional 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 harold@glenville, edu, or print a copy of the brochure by accessing the ath- letic website at www.gscpioneers, corn. 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.corn or call 740-373-3476. Registration dead- line is June 11 and only 100 spots are available at a first come, first serve basis. The nose knows: Research reveals skunks emit the number- one worst smell in the country. Regional Preview Jr. Angus show Burke A. Holvey, of Sand Fork, will exhibit Angus cattle at the 2004 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Maryland, on Sat. May 29, reports John Crouch, executive vice presi- dent of the American Angus Associa- tion. Burke, a junior member of the American Angus Association with headquarters in St. Joseph, Missouri, is one of 154 young Angus breeders from 20 states who have entered a total of 305 head in the show. Bruce Stertzbach, of Louisville, Ohio, will judge divisions for bred- and-owned heifers, bred-and-owned bulls, cow-calf pairs, owned heifers and steers. The Atlantic National Regional Preview Show is one of nine sanc- tioned junior Angus shows sponsored by the American Angus Association and the National Junior Angus Asso- ciation (NJAA) in 2004. The NJAA serves and provides leadership and educational opportu- nities for more than 11,000 junior Angus members in the United States and Canada. Use Cedar Creek State Park; it's got several walking trails in the rural Appalachian Mountains! We're here now to make your school, church or family reunion both joyful and comfortable! New/y opened, 60 rooms,/ntetqor corridors, elevator access, fitness center, conference room, and modern/n-room conveniences and amenities. Servl al/yore- wedd/ng paraes, ram/& gathe Ss, class reunions, B aduations and social tberintt needs. Group B .oumts A rallable. For details, call 304-462-5511 IL_ M/sty Smytb, Genera/Mmz cer ..... I ii ..... Sutton/Flatwood's Days Inn and Class VI River Runners White Water Rafting An Experience of a Lifetime! Inck~k-~ One Lod~ room, comphnm~a~, cdft~, ~e and ~u~t~l~twood~ fresh l~ked beacons w/preWrve~, deh-ltyle lunch, l~a~ |~ .Ot~l~at~ bca.~rIge, pco(~tional guiles, /rln~3OttltK~l (}04) 76~-~0]~ to Ind from the t,,~r, a~l rr~et equ~tnent. 1-79, Exit 67 LOCATED ON RT. 16, ELLENBORO ROAD The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, May 6, 2004 --- Page 7 "cs to be head coach, Morgantown High School; Bob Lemley, head coach, Poca High School; Rasheed Marshall, QB, WVU; Glen McNew, former head coach, Morgantown High School; Frank Moore, head coach, Fairmont Senior High School; Ron Sirk, head coach, Clay County High School; Lynn Stalnaker, AD and former head coach at Braxton County High School; and Eddie Vincent, head coach, Buckhannon-Upsher High School; and others as needed. The third annual WV Classic Offensive Lineman Skills Ctinic will be held on saturday, June 19, from 9 am until 3 pm. The in- structor for this clinic will be Brad Knell, co-offensive line coach, Poca High School. Coach Knell was a first team All-State offensive lineman when he was a senior at Poca High School. He was also a USA Today honor- able mention All-American. He was also recognized as a Schutt Honorable Mention All-Ameri- can. At WVU, Brad was a three time academic All-American. He was an offensive team captain. He also received the Ideal Mountain- eer Award and the Michael Award. Assisting coach Knell will be Todd Chevalier, assistant coach, WV State College; Rusty Elliot, head Coach, Fairmont State Col- lege; Rob Copeland, offensive line coach, West Liberty; Ernie McCook, offensive line coach, Shepherd College; Nick Otterbacher, offensive line coach,WVU-Tech; Lance Nimn , former OL, WVU, now a member of the New York Jets; Charlie Stansberry, offensive line coach, Concord College; Paul Price, de- fensive line coach, WV Wesleyan; and Paul Shaffner, head coach, Glenville State College. There will be a cost for each clinic. 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