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The Glenville Pathfinder - Glenville, WV 26351 The Glenville Democrat - Thursday, July 2, 2015 - Page 7 To share sports news with this paper, call the office at 304,462.7309; FAX 304.462.7300 DATES TO REMEMBER - July 6-8 - Pioneer Men's Day Camp (Basketball) July 1.1-14- Lady Pioneer Day Camp (Basketball) August 22 - Night at the Races @ The Pioneer Grill - 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. August 28 - Gilmer vs. Calhoun (Football Opener) @Calhoun (Mt. Zion) - Kickoff 7:30 p.m. September 5 - Glenville vs. Urbana (Football Opener) @ Urbana - Kickoff 12:00 p.m. A1 PPK Event Provides Active Opportunity for Youth to Get Active During the 2015 Folk Festival By Jamie MuUins, (I.L. and Sue Morris Stadium). the early Saturday activity, Sports Editor The event was the first of between the various events On Saturday, June 20, the its kind in central West Vir- offered by the Folk Festival. Gilmer County Substance ginia, and allowed youth ages The event was hosted in AbusePreventionCoalitionand 6-15 to showcase their foot- partnership with Waco Oil Family Resource Network ball skills (Passing, Punting, and Gas, Hying W Plastic, hosted the NFL Pass, Punt and Kick Contest at the Glenville and Kicking). and Glenville Auto. State College Football Field Several youth took part in Results included below. YOUTH WARM-UP FOR PPK COMPETITION. Glenville PPK - 2015 Winners - Girls 6/7 Years Old 1 - Olivia Lewis 10/11 Years Old 1- Alena Gray 2 - Emily Lewi Glenville PPK - 2015 Winners - Boys 6/7 Years Old 1 - Stoney Ryan Harper 2 - Colden Perry Seth Stewart 3 - Brier Gray 8/9 Years Old 1- Braylon Mencer 2 - Garrett Rose 3- Cameron Riffle 10/11 Years Old 1- Elijah Facemire 2 - Adam Stewart 3 - Jesse Finley Glenville State College Ath- letic officials would like to an- I have many new and used rifles, shotguns and pistols in stock. Stop in and see what I have. "I will trade." Just compare my prices one time, that's all it will take to make you a regular customer. 304-8011-2022 3011-1183-2087 By Jamie Mullins, Sport Editor The Mountairi East Confer- ence is trying to determine the 2014-2015 Play of the Year, and they are asking the fans to help. How do you vote? Well, it is actually quite simple. Fol- low the Mountain East Con- ference (MEC) on any of their various social media sites - YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter. MEC will be releasing the posts for over a period of nine days (post began June 22). Fans are asked to vote (share, like, favorite, retweet, etc.) for their favorite plays. There are definitely some great performances amongst those nominees. They in- clude a pair of memorable performances from to GSC returners- Rahmann Lee and Paige Turtle. Lee, a rising senior run- ningback for GSC, has been amongst the top rushers in the conference throughout his GSC career. His play is titled, "Glenviile State' Rahmann Lee's long touchdown run through traffic." It was released Fri- day, June 26. The video shows Lee rush- ing past multiple Falcon de- fenders into the endzone last September 20. The Pioneers lost, 36-40. Tuttle, a returning senior guard for the Lady Pioneers, really stepped up during the 2014-2015 season, include: On January 12, the petite - A Windmill Slam Dunk shooterputupabuzzerbeater by Fairmont State's Tho- from behind the arc to break mas Wimbush - Wimbush a tie and defeat #1 West Lib- was unopposed with the bas- erty. Tuttle shoots only 25% ket and his team was up by from behind the three-point double digits. line, but she made that shot -The One-Handed Catch under pressure look easy. ofFabianGuerra-Similar The Lady Pioneers took that to the one that got Antwan victory, 70-67. Stewart on the ESPN Top 10 Tuttle's video nomination in 2009. for Play of the Year is titled, - Concord's Blocked "Glenville State's Paige Field Goal for a TD to win Tuttle hits a three-pointer the MEC Championship- atthebuzzertodefeatWest You can not knockthis one; Liberty." It was released on the Mountain Lions came Wednesday, June 24. through when the pressure GSC fans need to go check was on. The field goal would out these plays and help a have given Shepherd the win. GSC athlete rise to the top. The winner of Play of the They are definitely up against Year will be released later in some tough competition. July. For more information, Other plays of mention check out MEC.com. o "Battle of the Burgers" and 50 Shrimp[ Tuesda Smothered Pork Chops[ 52.8833 Thursday "Bayou Night",,,th Beer Battered Catfish and Cajun Crab Cakes! Friday Pork Loin and Baked Steak[ Saturday "All American Cookout[" Many New WV Beers: Bridge Brew Mountain Mama: Mr, State Almost Heave nl nounce the hiring of new head Cross Country Coach Nathan Edwards. Nathan Edwards comes to the Pioneers as the new Head Cross Country Coach. Coach Edwards is from Uhrichsville, Ohio and attended Claymont High School where he graduated in 2008. After high school Edwards attended West Virginia Wesleyan College wherehe was a member of the Bobcats Cross Country and Track & Field Teams for four years. During his cross country ca- reer he was a Four Time WVIAC All-Conference mem- ber, an All-Region member, and helped lead West Virginia Wesleyan to two Team Confer- ence Titles in 2008 and 2009. During his Track & Field career he was a 10K Champion (2009), holds the 10K record at WVWC, and won Four Track & Field Team Championships (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012). Edwards graduated with a degree in Exercise Science from West Virginia Wesleyan. After his running career he returned to WVWC and gradu- ated with his Master's Degree in General Science Education. While in graduate school, Edwards coached six men and 12 women All-Conference Cross Country runners, one All- Region Female Cross Country runner, Two Time All-Confer- ence Women's 800 meter Champion, one MEC Women' s 400 meter Champion, Two Time All-Conference Women' s 4x4 Teams, won seven MEC Cross Country and Track & Field Team Titles, and had sev- eral Academic All-American Individuals. Edwards will also serve as the Assistant Track & Field Coach. NOTICE TO MON POWER CUSTOM WITH RIGHTS-OF-WAY ACROSS THEIR PROPERTY Mon Power will maintain portions of its power line rights-of-way with the aerial spraying of approved herbicides in parts of Upshur, Lewis, Gilmer, Braxton, Roane, and Calhoun Counties. The work will occur during the months of June through September, 2015. Questions about the program or about sensitive areas near the power lines, such as springs, wells, streams, lakes, ponds, orchards, crop areas, gardens, pastures, meadows, year-round dwellings, public recreation areas and Christmas tree plantations may be directed to the Company by calling 1-800-955-0179. Please inform our representative that the inquiry is concerning the Transmission Aerial Spray Program. This number will be staffed during regular business hours. Information about sensitive areas also can be mailed to the local Mon Power office listed below. When calling or writing, please be specific about the location by giving the number of the utility pole or tower nearest to the sensitive area. The number is posted on the pole or the legs of the tower. Rights-of-way maintenance agreements between Mon Power and landowners or tenants may be available to those who prefer to accept responsibility for clearing the right-of-way crossing their property. Those interested in maintenance agreements are encouraged to contact the local Mon Power office listed below as soon as possible to assure prompt handling. The herbicides that may be utilized - 2-4D, triclopyr, glyphosate, picloram, fosamine, metsulfuron, imazapyr, fluroxypyr and aminopyralid - have been tested extensively and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency and the State Department of Agriculture. Rights-of-way for this program involve the following areas: Upshur, Lewis, Gilmer and Braxton Counties (#58 Line, Buckhannon - Sutton Hill, 69 KV) Portions of line beginning at the Buckhannon Substation. The line leaves the substation in a westerly direction crossing Mud Lick Rd., Bridge Run, Buckhannon Run Rt. 12, Lewis County Rts. 119/25, US Rt. 33, Georgetown Road, Sauls Run Road, Glady Fork Road, Interstate 79, Rt. 19/4, US Rt. 19, Murphy Run then turning southwest crossing Jennings Run, Copley Road, Crooked Fork, Brush Run, and Indian Fork. The line then enters Gilmer County briefly and then runs into Braxton county running southwest and crossing County Routes 36,36/2, 40, State Route 5, the Little Kanawha River, County Routes 2, 2/3, 2/2, 5/9, 5/2, 5/3, 5/8, 7/6, 7, into Otter Substation, continuing east crossing County Routes 7/7, 19/25, U.S. 1-79, State Route 4, County Routes 28/5, 28 and terminating at the Sutton Hill Substation. A portion of the line leaves Otter substation, heading southwest crossing County Routes 7, 19, 4/25, 13/13, State Route 4, the Elk River, State Route 4, County Route 13/4, 13/3 and terminates at the Frametown substation. Roane, Gilmer and Calhoun Counties (#308 Line, Goff Run - Glenville, 138 kV) Portions of a transmission line beginning at the Goff Run substation. It heads northeast crossing U. S. Route 33, County Route 11, 16, 12, 9/7, 14, 3, 35/28, 35/12 into the Grantsville substation continuing east crossing State Routes 5 and 16, County Routes 16/36, 35/17, 35/18, 35/33, 35/21, State Route 5, County Routes 15, 17, 119/12, 5/4, State Route 5 and terminates at the Glenville substation. Lewis and Gilmer Counties (#24 Line, Weston - Glenville, 138 kV) From the Weston Substation, th line originates north of CR:. 1/4, Smith Run and continues southeast across CR. 1/4 to a point on the west side of 1-79. It then turns southwest, crossing Rt. 33 and 119, 1-79, Rt. 30, the West Fork River, Rt. 38, 1-79 south of Exit 96, US Rt. 19, Rt. 24 (Jennings Run), Rt 24/1, Rt. 22 (Wolfpen - Murphy Creek), Rt. 20, Rt. 20/6 (Loveberry), Rt. 17/2 (Rock Run), Rt. 18 near Copley and Rt. 119/31 before crossing the Gilmer- Lewis County line southwest of Rt. 119/31. Once in Gitmer County the line West crossing County Routes 28, 11/2, SR 5, Bear Run, 35/19, US 33, 12/7, and 12/20 before ending at the Glenville substation. Mon Power Transmission VM, Clarksburg Service Center, 348 Armory Road, Clarksburg, WV 26302. A FirstEnergy Company