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Page 4 -- The Gienviile Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, May 29, 2003 LKC Honor Roll By Shaun Smith, Sports Reporter, 462-7309 in tournament On May 19, the Gilmer County Titans' baseball team fell to Williamstown 13-3 in the first round of the ,sectional tournament. James Huffman had a double and two RBIs. Aaron Bishop hit a double and Adrian Duelly recorded an RBI. In five innings of play, Justin Townsend struck out eight of Williamstown's batters. "This was a 5-3 game going into the seventh inning. Then, we just fell apart and could not get three outs. We could not make the routine plays nec- essary to win," says Head Coach Joe Frashure. However, the Titans regrouped af- ter the loss and went on to beat Parkersburg Catholic 7-4. Josh Edwards hit two doubles and had two RBIs. Seth McHenry recorded two RBIs while going I-3, while Du- elley also got an RBI. Townsend received the win along with 10strike-outs in only 4.2 innings pitched. Frashure says, "Josh Brown really gave us a huge spark with a double in the fourth inning. JT (Townsend) also came in and dominated Parkersburg Catholic's hitters." However, the win against Catholic wasn't enough to turn the tide. The Gilmer Titans fell to Williamstown 1 I-2 in their final run. The Titans only connected seven times at the plate with seven hits from seven different players. "We used five different pitchers and none were very effective. Williamstown out-played us in every I~ phase of the game and they deserved to move on; they simply played better than we did," comments Coach Frashure. The Gilmer County Titans finished their season successfully at 20-4. Despite coming back home empty- handed, the Titan senior have much to be proud of as their career's twilight diminishes. The eight seniors for Gilmer County finished with an overall impressive record of 97-18. They won two Little Kanawha Conference Champion- ships, three Sectional Championships, one Regional Championship, and one State Championship. " Many players from these other schools are lucky to win a sectional championship, let alone go on to win the state title. Gilmer County salutes the Titan seniors for their success. The eight seniors are: Brett Chap- man, Bryant Somerville, Jesse Smith, Adrian Duelley, Seth McHenry, Josh Edwards, Travis Moss, and Justin Townsend. Two Gilmer County High School student-athletes made the Little Kanawha Conference's Honor Roll tar Small School 'Athletes of the Week.' Gilmer stand-outs James Huffman and Camai Roberson were the two athletes who made the honor roll for the week of May 19. Two athletes (one male and one female) are then selected as the Small School 'Athletes of the Week.' mer. of Head Coach Denise Dietrich. The dates tar the camp will be: June 23-27 for ages 8- 12 and ages 13- 18. If you are interested, please contact her by dialing (800)987-2112 or (304)766-3229 or email dietride@wvsc.edu. Visit http:// www.wvsc.edu for more info. May 22 Gilmer 2 Williamstown 11 May 19 Gilmer 3 Williamstown 13 Titans Hitting: Aaron Bishop (1- 3, double); Adrian Duelly ( 1-3, RBI); James Huffman (!-3, double, 2 RBIs); Josh Edwards (I-3); and Brett Chapman (2-3). Titans Pitching: Justin Townsend (51P, 8K, 5BB, 2H, 3ER). May 20 Titans Hitting: Bishop ( 1-4); McHenry ( 1-4); Duelley (I -4); Townsend (1-3); J. Huffman (I-3); Moss (I-3); and Smith (I-3). ***The Gilmer Titans finish their season with a 20-4 record.*** May 26 Gilmer Gladiators 15 Gilmer 7 Upshur Bombers 5 Parkersburg Catholic 4 Gladiator Hitting: Derrick Riffle (3-3, double); Gary Jenkins (3-4, Titans Hitting: Aaron Bishop (1-4, triple); Timmy White (2-3, double; double); Seth McHenry (!-3, 2 RBIs); Andy Sirbaugh (2-4); Jesse Darby Adrian Duelley (I-4, RBI); Josh(I-2); and Doug Moyers (I-3). Brown ( 1-2, double); Travis Moss (2- 3); Jesse Smith (2-3); and Josh Gladiator Pitching: Ben Ramezan Edwards (I-3, double, 2 RBIs). (4IP, 4R, 3H, 9K); and Andy Sirbaugh (liP, IR, IH, IK). Titans Pitching: Richard Ratliff ***The Gladiators' record is now (starter, 2IP, I K, 2BB, 4ER); and 4- i, The Gladiators will play Wed., Justin Townsend (4.2 IP, 10K, Win May 28 against the Gilmer Bulldogs 10-1). at 5:30; Fri., May 30 against Clay at 6:30; and Sat., May 31 against Subscribe Cowen at 4:00. All games listed above will be played at the high to your school field located in Brook- lyn.*** Hometown The average person's left hand Paper do.s 56% oftha typing. Y WV State announces Summer's Almost Here: "fr youth softball camps Your Skm om the Sun s West Virginia State College will be sponsoring Softball Camp this sum- Skincancer, themostcommontype Some of the~ The camp is under the direction of cancer in the United States, is a having fair ski $43,000 in Grants Awarded to Braxton County Attention all coaches: The sports department at The Glenville Demo- crat/Pathfinder encourages you to Go','. Bob Wise has awarded four send in all of your team's statistics for community development grants to- your team's games. As the summer rolls on, less and less sports activities taling $43,000.00 to Braxton Count)'. "With every dollar we invest in in our area are taking place, compared these communities, we make our state to the constant pace during the fall, winter, and spring sports seasons, a better place to live," Wise said. You can call in your results bv The grants awarded to Braxton " Count', includea$17,000Local Eco- contacting us at 462-7309 or you can fax us at 462-7300, or you can email nomic Development grant: a Cam- your res u Its to munity Partnership grant for $1,000: and a $25,000 Industrial Park Assis- glen villenewsad@ rtol.net tance grant. New Homes - Room Additions - Driveways - Sidewalks[ - Garages - Roofs - Replacement Windows - Siding -] Floors- Remoldeling - Aluminum Soffit (gutter systems)[ J & R Builders, LLC ohn Lamb Paul Ryan Lamb 148 John St (304) 269-4521 Westonr W.V. 26452 w.v.#013537 Fax: 304-269-3084 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA FLEET REDUCTION AUCTION Saturday, MAY 31, 2003. Gates open at 7:30 a.m., Auction at 9:00 a.m. LOCATION:West Virginia Division of Highways, US RT 40, Triadelphia, West Virginia, Ohio Count3,' Headquarters. RS, TR , VANS General Terms: Items can be seen beginning May 19-23, 2003. bet~ een the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We will be closed May 26 for Memorial Day. Pre- registration will begin at 12:00 p.m thru 3:30 p.m. on May 30. 2003. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. for registration on ~ale day. All participants must register to receive a bidder's badge. Payment can be made the day of the sale. All pa) merits MUST be made only by cash, certified or cashier's check. IF PAYMENT IS NOT MADE ON THE DAY OF SALE, PAYMENT MUST BE MADE AT WVDOT EQUIPMENT DIVISION IN BUCKHAN- NON, WV. BUCKHANNON EQUIPMENT DIVISION WILL NOTIFY OHIO COUNTY GARAGE TO RELEASE VEHICLE AFTER SEI"rLE- MENT HAS BEEN MADE. PERSONAL OR COMPANY CHECKS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED WITH AN ACCEPTABLE LETTER OF CREDIT. :. ANYONE WHO FORFEITS THEIR PURCHASES AT THIS SALE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO REGISTER OR ATTEND THE NEXT SALE. For a complete set of rules. ~,i~it u.', on the '.~,eb at: htq~./A,,n-, wvdot.com For information call 304-472-1750 long-term effect of over exposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation. UV rays damage skin cells, which can lead to one of three types of skin cancer: basal cell cannoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. Fortunately, skin cancers are pre- ventable and highly curable if found and treated early. "Protecting your skin from UV rays is a must all year-round, but espe- cially during summer months when the sun spends the most amount of time directly overhead," says Lily Lai, M.D., skin cancer expert. "'That is when UV radiation levels are high- est." UV radiation levels are at a maxi- mum when the sun is high and the skies are cloudless, but it is also re- flected or scattered by different sur- faces. Even with cloud cover, the UV lev- els can be strong due to scattering, while sand may reflect as much as 15 percent of UV rays and sea foam as much as 25 percent. People taking tropical vacations should also use cau- tion because UV levels are highest near the equator. Feeling pate? Trips to tanning booths expose you to ultraviolet rays just as the sun does. Having a tan, natural or artificial, is a sign that the sun has already damaged your skin. Using a sunless tanner is a good way to get tan without damaging your skin. "While certain risk factors increase the chance of skin cancer, everyone is at risk of developing it and needs to wear sunscreen, even people with darker skin tones," explains Dr. Lai. livingin exposu )ational the sun; and Here are skin from summer months: * Avoid 10:00 a.m.- are most * Use tective whenever you Remember cry 1 to * Wear hats the sun's rays- * Protect chil rays as soon damaging e can begin in * Be medications to burn more your mine if your problem. * Avoid sun booths. Skin has the taking steps and detect protect yc For more of Hope 1-8O0- For senior news, watch for The Senior Sentinel'" Pathfinder's senior citizens SUl~ Tues.-Fri. :, "; ..., ,u GlenVi 2001 Chevy S-10 LS - auto, cd, a/c, 4x2, 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo -VS, autO, 2000 Chevy Cavalier - auto, 4 dr, a/c, cd 2000 Chew Monte Carlo - auto,2dr, moonroof, I 2000 Jeep Cherokee Classic - 4 dr, auto, 4x4, I 2000 Chew S-10 LS - auto,3rd door,4x4, 2000 Ford Focus SE - auto,4 dr, a/c,a 2000 Chevy K-1500 Siiverado - 4x4, 5sp, 1999 Pontiac Grand Am SE - 4 dr, pw, pl, 1999 CheW Blazer LT - 4x4, 4 dr, auto, pw, 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT - 4 dr, leather, 1999 Nissan Sentra - 4 dr, 5 sp, amJfm casS, 1998 Plymouth Neon Expresso -auto cd, 1998 Dodge Dakota Sport - auto, 4x4, 998 Ford F-150 XL - 4x4, 6 cyl, auto, Chew Cavalier - auto, 2 dr, a/c, Cheapest Snuff in Town! How About .22 L.R. Shells a box? What about .22 Magnum Shells, e Frog Gigs? Fish Gigs? Handles? WE HAVE THEM! Trot Lines Minnow Seines Fillett Knaves Landing Nets And We Will Also Trade Guns. I I II I I II ~/~/~ At a Time Like this, It's Good to have an Agent Who knows You by Name. We're in your neighborhood - there when you need us. Offering individual solutions to help customize your policy so ALL your insurance needs can be met. Call us...stop by...Log on - it's your choice! Gilmer County Agency Ken Foglesong, Agent Lenora Marks, Associate Agent 462-8334 Nationwide Insurance & Financial Services Nationwide Is On Yollr Side: E~lil. I.lO~ OPPORTUNITY ~NSURER Nat~ Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated C(~npa~l~s. Home Olive: Columbus, OH 43215-2220 VOA5 11/00 take the time to remember our heroic e veterans, especially those honored at the Glenville State College World War II Memorial. Also, to those military personnel who have served courageously in the past and those who are currently protecting our Great Nation in WarAgainst in Terrorism in Iraq, Afghanistan, prayers with States, us heartfelt gratitude. week, go to the GSC W.W. II Memorial Science Building for a moment of peace and reflection. Sponsored in Memory of Brigadier Gen, Vorley M, Rexroad (Apr. 6, 1915-Oct. 12, 2002) The late Gen. Rexroad was a U. S. Air Force officer, a war veteran, & 1938 GSC graduate.