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I Page 4--- The Gienville Democrat/Pathl'mder -- Thursday, June 10, 2004 By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 }lenville State would like to an- the hiring ofMoorefield HS football coach Alan Fiddler new Head Football Coach. accepted his new position on June 8, 2004. Coach Fid- ter will be succeeding Paul who recently accepted the football coaching position at State College (NY). Fiddler has built a peren- powerhouse at Moorefield HS will bring his winiaing ways to State College athletic ,. Moorefield has won six of State Class A football (six of the past seven Alan Fiddler serving as the coach. "Coach Fiddler has a as a winner as a player, an assistant coach and head coach, and I am confident he will continue his winning ways at GSC," said GSC Athletic Director Greg Bamberger. GSC President Robert Freeman expressed his pleasure in the ability to aquire a coach with Alan Fiddler's creden- rials. "We are very pleased that Alan ALAN has accepted this FIDDLER position and we look forward to the future of GSC Football with great anticipation." Alan Fiddler was selected from a e names candidate pool that included Parkersburg South Head Coach Mike DeVol, and Tommy Reid, head coach at Union College (KY), after on campus interviews. Coach Fiddler competed at Glenville State College as a quarter- back from 1984 through 1987 under Head Coach Frank Vincent. Coach Fiddler's first responsibil- ity as the new leader of the Pioneer Football family will be an appear- ance on Friday June 11 at South Hills Golf Course in Parkersburg, whore the Pioneer Athletic Club is hosting it's annual Golf Tournament fundraiser. Registration begins at 11:00 am, with lunch at 11:30 am, followed by a shotgun start at 12:30 pm. m d S e 2 F F r f t 1 1 ( I .] Support Gil~r County Athletics sto CONGRATULATIONS, BLUE ANGELS! - Pictured are the Gilmer County Blue Angels Little Softball Team who completed their regular season undefeated. The players and their families thank Coach/Manager Dave Minney, also Coaches Deanna Beron and Tina Foster for their time in helping the gids achieve this goal. Stonewall Resort to host Lea father/child golf tournament The Palmer Golf Course at Stonewall Resort will host a Fa- ther/Child Golf Challenge from June 1-19, where fathers and their sons or daughters can compete against other families for the low- est combined golf score. Randy Hemly, Director of Golf at Stonwall Resort's Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course, said, "Duds, grab your kids and head to the Palmer Course• While you've got the Hatfield and McCoy rivalry in the southern part of the state, we'd like to create a rivalry of a different sort up here, and have a little fun along the way." Hemly said the Father/Child Golf Challenge provides an Event participants can receive dis- counted green fees by playing in a foursome• Foursomes can play for the price of three golfers. Hemly said the team with the lowest combined golf score will be awarded Stonewall Resort overnight golf packages. Partici- pants should submit handicap cards at the pro shop prior to starting play. For those without handicap cards, the Callaway WP: June 2 Lewis Co. Stingers 5 Katie Harold 8H, 2BB,2K, Gilmer Hitting: Morgan McPherson 1-1; Jessie Shaffner Harold I-3; Hannah Yeager 1-3; Jenny Wolfe 1-4. Tournaments start on June 8. scoring system will be used to :: , : :: determine net score• Jo L This is a family-centered event, in celebration of Fathers Day taking place in June," Hernly said. "Bring out the family to root on the team." oppurtunity for families tQ spend For addiQonal informaOon or time together, while adding an el- to re'ei'v'e a tee time, eonhiet the ement of competition to the mix. pro shop at 304-269-8885. May 16 Gladiators 3 4 0 1 0 1 4-13 Calhoun Co. 0 1 3 0 2 0 0-6 Ethan Szabo 7IP, 6R, 16K, 6BB. Szabo 2-2, 2IL4RBI, Wolfe 2-3, 3R; Greg 1-1, R; Justin.Brown 1- 2R, RBI; Dylan Tomblin 1-2, 3R, Devon Cottrill 1-5, RBI; Frymier R, RBI; Bradley R. May 17 102308-14 Cardinals 311700-12 Devon Cottrill liP, 3R, 2K, 4BB; Justin Brown 5IP, 9R, 5K, 4BB. Ethan Szabo 3-4, Two important one-day Foot- ball skills clinics for athletes en- tering grades seven through twelve are planned for this sum- mer. The seventh annual WV Classic Quarterback 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 Ann, CA, and the director of the West Coast Passing School. He played collegiate football at the Univer- sity of Wyoming. He has coached both youth and high school play- ers, many of which have gone on to play college football. (2B), 2(3B); Brown 2-2, The clinic offers young foot- Greg Bamberger 1-2, R, 2RBI; ball players a unique opportunity )lfe 1-2, 3R, Rill; Dylanto develop their skills and learn 1-2, 2RBI; Cot~ll 2RBI; Frymier R, RBI; Doug the fundamental techniques of the most demanding position on the :. ....... . football field--quarterback. Ath- May21 letes will be grouped according 0 1 0 0 0 0 3-4 to grade level and receive one- Mariners 1 2 0 3 3 0 x-9 on-one attention throughout the head coach, Buckhannon-Upsher High School; and others as needed. The third annual WV Classic Offensive Lineman Skills Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 19, from 9 am until 3 pm. The instruc- tor 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 honorable mention All-American. He was also recognized as a Schutt Honorable Mention All-American. At WVU, Brad was a three time academic All-American. He was an offensive team captain. He also received the Ideal Mountaineer 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 Prizes for hole-in-ones will be avaiL- able, with gifts such as $10,000 cash, a DVD/CD player, a set of Wilson golf clubs (irons), and a 3-day resort vaca- tion package• Other prizes for the "longest drive" and "closest to the pin" will be given away, as well as an opportunity to win $1,000,000. You cannot raise a man up by day. Otterbacher, offensive line Justin Brown 4IP, 6R, Instruction will be provided by coach,WVU-Tech; Lance Nimmo, i, 2K, 3BB; Devon Cottrill 2IP, ',,4H, 1K, IBB. a staffthat includes John Bowers, formerOL, WVU, nowamember Hitting: DougMoyers 3-3,head coach, Morgantown High of the New York Jets; Charlie c-4 -n Ethan Szaobo 2-2, R;Aaron School; Bob Lemley, head coach, Stansberry, offensive line coach, Cincinnati Reds GSC Girls' t at: t oys 2-4, R, RBI; C0ttrill 1-3, R; Poca High School; Rasheed Concord College; Paul Price, de- ~ ,~ ,~ ~--~_ [tbWolfe l-4;Gre~berger Marshall, QB, WVU; Glen fensive line coach, WV Wesleyan; Legends Camp Basketball Camp tsasKetoan L..a McNew, former head coach, and Paul Shaffner, head coach, Cincinnati Reds Legends willhost The Glenville State College In- The Glenville State College 'i ,,, _ May 23 Morgantown High School;Frank Glenville State College. dlv ˘ xygrats Valley 1 5 0 2 3 0 5 16 Moore, head coach, Fairmont Se- There will be a cost for each a three-day youth baseball clinic for structional Camps for girls will be neer Basketball Camp (In " - .... " nior High School; Ron Sirk, head clinic. The cost includes lunch, a~es 5-19 from June 16-18 at the held for the weeks of Jun. 27-Jul. 1 Camp) will be held Jun. 13-17 f(qlg~ ~mmators 3 0 1 0 1 0 3-8 coach, Clay County High School; camp tee shirt, and refreshments V-FW Baseball Field in Marietta, OH. and Jul. 7-11 in Glenville. boys ages 8-18. r~,~'~ The. e.n~t i~1 r ov ~Pitching" Jacob Wolfe 4IP, 8R Lynn Stalnaker, AD and former during the clinic. For more infor- Big Red Machine Slugger and 1977 Girls entering the fourth grade ........ w.ll be _.0 fo[ an er .... " ' 6K 7BB National League MVP George Fos- through.thoseenteringthel2thgrade night camper and $180 for a , • head coach at Braxton County mation, or a brochure, call Bill camner ,~-~ Hitting: Wolfe 2-2, 2R; Aaron High School; and Eddie Vincent, Powers, 364-5234. ter will be appearing, as well as other areelignble. Camp fees are $205 for -----r--. ~ ler2 3,2R RBI, DougMoyers Reds Legends Bobby Tolan, Leoresidential, $155 for day/evening, For futher information, to registerS" - , " Cardenas,Scudder,For and more Cesar Denis Geronimo, Menke info, Scott visit' Coach andS105 information Steve for a day camper. For more and Harold a brochure, at 462-7361- contact C tact Oroa tOch Camp receive Dwaine Director a brochure, Osbourne. andPlease HASSiStalPll~' e c an c~~ Ethan EBamberger 2 4, RBI, Justin 1 - 2, Szabo 2R, • Devon 2-4,(2B), - Cotmll . R,. 2RBI;. 1 - 4, : ~!ii::: www.cincinnatiredslegends.com or ext. 7229, email reached by phone at 462-7361, e~"-'~I- call 740-373-3476. Registration haroM@glenville.edu, orprintacopy 7228 or by em~ a~tay"" z~"'~ deadline is June 11 and only 100 ofthe brochure by accessing the ath- Dwaine'°sb°urne@glenville'edu'~Summer Braves000000 e vm le t ~r co e let~c websnte at spots ar a "lab a a fi st m , . " ~Gladiato~ I5 05 x-ll Larry Taylor, Glenville State Col- first serve basis, www.gscptoneers.com. ˘~SC Football ~gf~ (5inning no-hitter) lege track and cross-country standout Ju ........... .~b~Pitching: Ethan Szabo 5IP, OR, in the early 80s, won the Running PAC Golf Tourney set for ne 11 amn ISK, 2BB. Journal XXVI Grand Prix (RJGP) "-- r" , itting: Szabo 1-1,2R, after completing six of ten races in • 11 I,(2B)" Doug Moyers 2-3, Glenville State College Athletics The schedule for the events are as The Glenvtlle State Co e~~(i2 ' the RJGP series. Taylor won both (I[:' /"-" ' will host an annual golf tournament follows: registration at 11:00 a.m., ,-. ............ "_~J~BI; Jacob Wolfe 2-3, 3R; Dylan the Open Division (39-under), the rooman program Will De floIO.ln~il~lln 9 9~ R RRI- .~ 1~ .... Masters Division (ages 40-49), and for the purpose offundraising for ath- lunchat 1 l:30a.m.,andshotgunstart ....... i- ..... - ........ ' "" .... letic scholarships on Fri., Jun. 11. at 12:30p.m. , senesottwo-oayspecm~zea n~ l-l,R, RBI;.ha~Brown I- his age group awards (40..44). The The cost to participate is $75 per vidual camps this Aaron Frymier IL ~I; Greg 43- year-old Taylor ran the final 03/ 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 GolfC0urse at 422-8381 or call the Glenville State College Athletic office at 462-4102. calling him down. --William J.H. Boetcker Frog .ason Starts Saturday, June We have a Good Selection of Gigs mad Handles We lJ,'gd Glt / 41 Years In Business New Savage Rifle, In Ruger, .204 Caliber In Stock, 4,150 Ft. Per SecondI The Price Is Right. ings will include: Offensive Camp (QB, WR, RB, 10-11. Defensive Skill Camp LB, DE) on July 12-13. Camp (OL, DL) on July All camps are open tc tering grades 5-12 and will $95.00 for overnight campers $80.00 for day campers For more information, contact the Glenville State ball Office and Coach McDonald at 304-462-7361, 7235, or by email jc.mcdonald@ glenville.edu. R, RBI. ":- Nascar Dover MBNA 400 Sunday, Jul~ 6 Top Ten ' " (starting pos. in parentheses) 04 RJGPevent, the Cotton Row 10K, May 31, in Huntsville, AL. He fin- ished 25th of 1,412 runners and sixth Masters. Larry, wife Sandy, and daughter Abby visited an extra day in the Rocket City to enjoy the sights. The Taylor family lives in Fayetteville, WV. Jim Bailey (63), of Cedarville, completed five of the 10 RJGPevents and finished second in the Senior Grand Masters (SGM) division, ages 60+ and second place in the 60-64 age group. [Note: The RJGP encom- passes thirteeh southern states and the District of Columbia•] His 19th JIM BAILEY group. He also ran the Morgantown area Grand Prix ,04 #3 event, the ~dben Gallatin 5K, Pt. Marion, PA, on May 30 (32rid of 130 runners and fh'st in AG 60 and over). Both Larry Taylor and Bailey plan to compete in the Running Journal and 20th races of'04 were completed during the Memorial Day weekend. XXVII '04/'05 Grand Prix. The First He ran the Ogden 5K run, Wheeling, XXVII RJGPevent is the p arkersburg WV, May 29, where he finished 27th Half Marathon, scheduled for August of 174 runners and second in his age 21, 04. 'Success is that old ABC.ability, breaks and_.ccO~ll~ Luekman I ~eopemn~g KENNEDY'S GUIDE) Saturda NOW Loaning Money on Guns and Tools [ t SOON to be Pawning Jewelry and Electronics ] Buying, Selling and Trading -- I ~ ~., New and Used Guns [~ ~-~" OpenMon-Sat. 10 a.m. .: p.m."~ 492 Walnut Street - Glenville, WV 304-462-4984