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He came to Glenville State College in 2007 after serving as an assistant coach at fellow WVIAC member Davis & Elkins College dur- ing the 2006-07 season. He is a 2006 graduate of Alderson-Broaddus Col- lege, where he served as a men's basketball coach student assistant. While being an outstanding player, he helped lead the Battlers to four WVIAC regular season champion- ships, three WVIAC tournament championships, and four NCAA II !iiiiiiiiiiilLii!ii!i;!i!i!iill 7 ......... iiiiii!!!iiiifiiiiiiiiiii!!# L .... ii!i!iiT!!i!;i!i!iiiiiii ,,7?' !iiiiiiiiiiiiLiiii!:ilLiLi <ii i iiiiiTiiiiiiiiiiii&i ....  171i!ii!ii!ii!!iiii!i00!!iii'/i:00 i,00i :!ILl/iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii",iii'"', .... i',L,,iiii/,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, i, '  ( i ?ii!iiiiiTiii!!U i HEAD COACH STEPHEN DYE national tournament berths. Individual accomplishments in- clude being named the WVIAC Fresh- man of the Year and receiving the WVIAC Honorable Mention All-Con- t,erence during his sophomore year, as well as the WVIAC Second Team All-Conference and WVIAC First Team All-Conference awards, respec- tively during his junior and senior years. Dye also broke the NCAA record for three-point shots made in a career with 444. GSC President Dr. Peter Barr an- nounced Dye's promotion after a seven-member search committee made the recommendation. "Stephen has a great deal of experience with Coachfifg,layers, and in the WVIAC. I have always been very impressed with not only his coaching skills but also his character and values as an individual. I know he will do a great job," said Barr. Search Committee Chairperson Tim Butcher said, "We had approximately 100 applicants for the job and worked diligently and quickly to find the most qualified candidates to interview. I believe Stephen Dye is one of the brightest young coaches brought to this campus in recent years and know he will do a fantastic job." GSC Athletic Director Janet Bailey said, "It is good to see Coach Dye receive tiffs opportunity to lead the team and incorporate his own phi- losophy, strategies, and coaching style into our basketball program." ., Dye says he will promote Glenville State College's tight-knit family cam- Arthurdale Heritage will sponsor a Scramble Golf Tournament at the Preston Country Club on Friday, July 10 as part ot the New Deal Festival (tbursome $260. two gol t,ers $125L Lunch and snacks included. Register now at ww.arthurdale heritaee.org. For others, tea with Eleanor Roosevelt will provide an enjoyable time to meet out First Lady, as por- trayed by living history actor. Patty Cooper. Tea will be served at the Arthurdale Inn in. Preston County between 1:00 and 3:00 on July 10. Tickets are $5 Reservations (online or by calling (304) 864-3959  are requested Purple Power Night The West Virginia Power Baseball Team and the Pancreatic Cancer Ac- tion Network are teaming up for Purple Power Night on Friday, July 10. On that night, the West Virginia Power will hosting the Delmarva Shorebirds in a 7:05 contst. Fans are encouraged to wear purple to the game in honor and memory of all those fighting pan- creatic cancer. On that night, the West Virginia Power will be wearing purple jerseys and following the game, the jerseys will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Also, there will be purple bases. The West Virginia Power plays their games at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, and the teams is a Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Pancreatic cancer is the fourth lead- ing cause of cancer death each year in the United States, and an estimated 210 West Virginians will die as a re- sult of pancreatic cancer in 2009. In 2008, an estimated 37,170 Americans were diagnosed with pancreatic can- cer and 33,370 died from the disease. Currently, there are no early detection methods. During Purple Power Night, a video tribute will be made in honor and memory of those battling pancreatic cancer. Persons may e-mail pictures of loved ones to be included in the tribute to Annette Fetty-Santilli at asantilli @ pancanvoluntee r.org. Tickets are available for the game at Fetty's Repair Service, 10Foster Street, Buckhannon and at Sam Santilli Pho- For All Nutrient Management Needs Food Plots iiiiNiii[NiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Poultry Litter Lime Fertilizer No Job Too Rough (304) 871-3928 Little Kanawha Hnd_g_nners Match Results: June 27, 2009 Small Bore Pistol l" - Van Ramsey (166) 2 "a - Bud Cain (159) 3 'd- Terry Hornbeck (160) 4 h - Tom Smith (139) 5*L Tara Cosco (126) 6 'h- Will Randolph (125) 7'L Jim Stalnaker ( 121 ) :::::::::::..,=:=::::::::::::::,:::::,:::=::::::: i!ii!iiii00000000iiiii!iiiiill i{!!i0000!00iiiii!ii!i!i!i'iiiiii Open Class Pistol !.ii]i:!i !i I ' - Terry Horn beck ( 155) 2 '''= - Van Ramsey (150) 3 * - Tom Smith (144) 4 "- Will Randolph (144) 5 'h- Jim Stalnaker (133) 6"'- Bud Cain (128) 7"- Steve Ostaff (128) 8"'- Tara Cosco (98) iiiiiRaggiii!iiiiiiiiiiiTiiil 73!i00!!iiiiiiiii i :iiiiT!ii!ii!!ii!U iiiiiiiiiii!! Large Bore Pistol 1 t- Terry Hornbeck (165) 2 'a - Steve Ostaff (150) 3 ' - Tom Smith (150) 4 th - Van Ramsey (148) 5 m- Bud Cain (135) 6 "L Tara Cosco (123) 7 'h- Jim Stalnakcr (109) 8 ''- Will Randolph (78) Open Sight Rifle 1 .t- Van Ramsey (187) 2 'a - Tom Smith (179) 3 '< Jim Stalnaker (139) 4 'h- Will Randolph (106) Scoped Rifle 1 '- Van Ramsey (202) lltl ( 2 - Will Randolph (193) 3 '< Tom Smith (178) 4'"- Jim Stalnaker (162) Come & Join the Fun!! $5 per Event or $20 for all Everyone Welcome! Bullseye- Bud Cain Overall High Score Rifle- Van Ramsey, 389of 450 points Overall High,Score Pistol- Terry Hombeck, 470 of 675 points pus, safe community, and quality edu- cation as he recruits new players for the upcoming season. "I will encour- age my players to keep their grade point averages up and earn their de- grees while learning to work as part of a team...lessons that will help them be more marketable for careers after they o " graduate from coll%e. GSC Pool Hours The pool in the Glenville State College PE building will be opened for the summer during the following hours: Monday- Friday: 7:30- 9:30 a.m; 12:00-2:00 p.m. Wednesday: 6:00-9:00 p.m. tography, 38 Mansfield Drive, Philippi. Tickets are $7 each, with half of the proceeds benefiting the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. For more information about this event or pancreatic cancer, interested persons may contact Pancreatic Can- cer Action Network West Virginia Affiliate Coordinator, Annette Fetty- Santilli at (304) 457-6322. MINI-STORAGE, LLC Not enough room. 9 See us for your storage needs! Multiple sizes monthly rates 5x10 's 10xl0 's 10x15 's 10x20 's NOW In Stock: Food Plot Seed (Tested & Grown in West Virginia; 5 Blends, Annual & Perennial) Get Ready For Early Doe Season // Starts Sept. 14 in Gilmer County o Cross-bows now arriving; Catfish, Bass & Muskie fishing supplies Ruger Mini- 14's in Stock Sign up for July catfish contest Phone 304.462.8688 Open: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Sat. ""i Tom Gill s Wins Natior00wide Tour Players Cup Tom Gillis broke from the pack early in the final round of the Nation- wide Tour Players Cup and went on to fire a 2-under-par 70 and earn his first Nationwide Tour win. Gillis, who held a one-shot lead to begin the day, stretched his lead to five shots mid- way through the round at the Pete Dye Golf Club. saw it drop to two follow- ing a double-bogey and then steadied himself down the stretch with ['our closing pats to win by three strokes over Cameron Percy (68) and Roger Tambellini (68). Gillis posted a 15-under 273 total and collected $108.000. vaulting him from No. 108 to No. l 0 on the money list "This gives me a start to what I want to do and that's being in the top- 25 and graduate back to the PGA TOUR." said Gillis. who played on Tour in 2003 and 2005. "I wish we were done right now." The victory might be the first tot the 40-year old Michigan native but the handwriting has been on the wall. Gillis, who had conditional status to begin the year, didn't qualify to play in the Tour's first eight events. The BMW Charity Pro-Am in May was his first start and a t)c for 19th was the result. After that he made li)ur cuts in lour starts and had posted par-0r-bet- ter scores in 14 of 16 rounds. "I felt like I've been playing pretty good for the last two months," he said. "I just kept reminding myself to keep my head on, stay calm and let it come to The win arrived via a solid putting stroke that produced 29 birdies, seven more than anyone elsc in the field, as well as a difficuh golf course that allowed only 14 sub-par rounds in Sunday's finale. The scoring average of74.155 was the highest single-round average in the tournament's six year history, topping the 72.910 of the opening round in 2006. "That's the mantra of this course," said Gillis of the layout that yielded 76 eagles but also produced 196 double-bogeys and 42 triple-bogeys or higher. "It's risk-reward and that's why I like it. You'll never get out of here unscathed." Gillis was on cruise control thanks to five birdies in his first ten holes and by the time he stepped to the tee at the par-4, 1 lth, the lead was five strokes as the challengers repeatedly suc- cumbed to the course design. GSC Basketball Camp Deadline Extended The Glenville State College Lady Pioneer Instructional Basketball Camp has extended the registration deadline until July 5. The extended registration is for the camps to be held July 8-12 and July 19-23, These camps are open to girls grades 5-12. Camps will be conducted at the Lilly Gymnasium and will feature Glenville State College athletes and new coaching staff. For more information, contact Coach Bunky Harkleroad at 859-302- 8188 or go to the website, www.gsc pioneers, com. CAR CARE CENTER  1 High School Alliance The Education Alliance announce the new "Walk the Talk" high school retention program. On behalf of AT&T, J. Michael Schweder, Presi- dent, AT&T Mid-Atlantic Region, presented The Education Alliance with a grant award of $389,900 that will be used to implement Walk the Talk during the next four years. Walk the Talk is part of a new initiative by The Education Alliance to improve high school retention across the state. Walk the Talk will provide mentoring and academic intervention for at-risk students in seven public high schools in Berkeley, Kanawha, Ohio and Ra- leigh counties. The award is part of AT&T com- petitive High School Success grants and the company's signature initia- tive, AT&T Aspire, which was an- nounced earlier this year and helps address high school success and workforce readiness. Gov. Joe Manchin and First Lady Gayle Manchin joined Schweder and other local dignitaries at a kick - off event at South Charleston High School for at-risk students at Capital High School (Kanawha), Independence High School (Raleigh), Martinsburg High School (Berkeley), South Charleston High School (Kanawha), St. Albans High School (Kanawha), Wheeling Park High School (Ohio) and Woodrow Wilson High School (Raleigh). "If we expect West Virginia and our nation to compete for jobs in today's global economy, it's absolutely essential that we improve our high school graduation rate and ensure tha! more of our students get the diplomas and training they need to be a success- ful part of the 21 st century workforce," said Governor Manchin. "This pro- gram and The Education Alliance are dedicated to making these improve- ments a reality." The Education Alliance is West Virginia's statewide public education fund, whose mission is to create posi- tive, systemic change in public edu- cation. The Alliance serves educators and students in all 55 West Virginia counties. 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