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.a.e++eOlenvie.m+ +a. n er+u+ ay'u.'92+ ( ): Little Kanawha Longbeards present Summerfest kF, By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 you'll ! .. J.A.K.E.S. Day Baseball/Softball Inth Wyatt earns Daktronics All- GCHS Varsity l[ PorterWagoner/J.A.K.E.S.Day ties include: archery, airrifles, shot Tournament stateF American Award Football Practice[[ is here again, so kids tell your gun, 22 cal., turkey calling 101, oredv Morn and Dad. This event is spon- first aid and hunters education. The city of South Charleston . given I C-CHS Head Football Coach][ sored by the Little Kanawha Only $5 to register(includes a will be hosting the Annual Sum- . their o Mor Steve Shuff would like to an-][ LongbeardschapteroftheNational one year JAKES membership) a merBaseball/SofiballToumament theyer Tracy Wyatt has received yet ratio. Wyatt led Glenville State to nounce that Varsity Football]] Wild Turkey Federation and re- quarterly magazine, membership beginning August. 25-29. Games -pionee another honor praising her out- three consecutive 29-4 seasons, ractice will be starting on Mon.. [I ce.ived national recognition last card, decal and a lunch will be will be played at LittleCreekPark ' devoti, standing career at Glenville State. giving the Lady Pioneers an over- I ugust 2 at Rohrbough Fmld[I year. This event was host to 65 provided. All who plan to attend and South Charleston High School. Wyatt was named to the 2004 all 87-12 record during her illus- their ( Daktronics, Inc. trious career. She Ilfrom 4:30 pm-7:30 pm. II kids last year and would to must be pre-registered by July There will be three divisions for 'theiro Division / ]also led GSC to at liThe practice will be for stu-II hope for over 100. 31.To register, call Brad Lay 304- both boys and girls: high school, churct Women's Basket- : " ]least the NCAA IIdents grades 9-12 interested inll OnAug.21attheGilmerCounty354-6411, Brace Fitzwater 304- 14 and under, 12 and under. For . Fina ball All-Ameri- [Division II [ laying football. Anybody wholl Recreation Center, boys and girls 354-0220, or Paul Toro 304-462- more information, please contact . theagc can Second Team. , [Tournament's [ vishestoplaymusthaveaphysi-][ ,17andundereachparticipantmust 5815. Joe McCormick at 304-768-1909asens, This was not her : :]Sweet 16 each [)cal completed before they will[[ be accompanied by adult. Activi- or E-Mail JoeMcc@EZWV.com. first time receiv- : [year, and in 2002able to practice. ]1 . , The ing this award: inWmlmml \ , [theLadyPioneers ][ Ifthereareanyquestins, yu[I * . . as fol 2002 she .... [madeaNCAAD- [[maycntactCachShuffatthe[I Pmneer Athletm Club-PAC tonCUnl( named Third II Final Four ap- [[fieldhouse 304-462-8511 or in[[ The Pioneer Athletic Club is the success in our league and nation- with loyal supporters. We hope (Cabe Team All-Ameri- pearance. This [[his office 304-462-5604. [I fundraising organization for the ally, but scholarship support is a you will join our teams and join , boun) can. , ]marked the fur- drid Wyatt a 5 7 thest any West Athletic Department at Glenville must. the PAC! , (Fay( point guard from Virginia colle- State College. The PAC provides All receipts and disbursements We appreciate every level of ' (Gilm Kegley, was a giate women s scholarship assistance to student- for PAC are handled through an donor. The member benefits in- i (GraJ athletes in eleven sports and is account with the Glenville State crease with the level of giving and (Gree two-time WVIAC Player of the Year, and was named to the '03-04 NCAA Division II Bulletin All- American First Team. As" a senior she ranked top ten in scoring for the WVIAC, averaging 1 5.1 PPG, 6.6 assists, 4.7 rebounds, 3.2 steals, and posted three triple-doubles. She was also one of NCAA Divi- sion II's most efficient guards boasting a 2.8 to 1 assist/turnover IP" 1 I I I I I 1 I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I I I basketball team ever advanced in NCAA tournament play. Wyatt closed her career with 1877 points, 755 assists and 379 steals. The Lady Pioneers' head coach, Steve Harold, said of Wyatt: "She has had an unbelievable ca- reer and is, without question, one of the best women's basketball players in the history of Glenville State College." Siemens 300 Sunday, July 25 Ne~, Hampshire ," Top Ten (starting liOS. in parentheses) 1. (32) Kurt Busch, Ford. klllllllllllllllllllllJ vital to the success of the athletic teams. Your support can go a long way toward helping us maintain and achieve success in our respec- tive sports. The West Virginia Intercolle- giate Athletic Conference is al- ways very Competitive, and Glen- ville State College is a member of NCAA Division II in all sports. National competition will increase and the level of play will continue to rise. We can achieve continued College Foundation, Inc. A tax GSCstudent-athletesbenefitfrom deductible contribution to PAC every gift. Many of our student- entitles a member to a long list of athletes would not be able to at- benefits. All PAC funds are used for scholarships for deserving stu- dent-athletes who might not oth- erwise be able to attain a college education. We are very proud of the effort and commitment from our coaches and student-athletes, and we also believe that Glenville State Col- ' Lare, Thech M.As tend college without your support. Chap The opportunities that PAC dona- Whet titus create are very much apg crated by our Ptoneer coaches athletes. Norr The PAC accepts cash, checks Anm or money orders. A receipt will be Dav issued by the PAC for all dona- fMor titus of $35 or more. Please feel gin), "We are very excited to open our second store in this area." In Septem- ber 2003, Cabela's opened a 250,000- square-foot store in Hamburg, PA. As has been the plan in geographic locations of other recently built stores, Cabela's plans to be a major compo- nent in area development that includes the building of complementary busi- nesses, such as hotels, restaurants and other travel-related services. SPECIAL FEATURES OF CABELAS' OF WEST VIRGINA: Dioramas - One of Cabela's high- lights is an extensive museum-qual- ity diorama of animals in action in their native habitat. The diorama de: picts life-size animals from Africa including the "Big Five" -- elephant, rhino, Cape buffalo, lion and leopard. Aquarium - A 55,000-gallon, walk-through aquarium stocked with freshwater fish including those native to the areacontains information kiosks with interactive touch-screen displays that identify each species and explain its characteristics. Conservation Mountain - The store's open showroom is punctuated by its interior centerpiece, a 30-foot- tall mountain replica. The two-story mountain has running waterfalls and streams, and even a trout pond. It also features wild game trophies in their distinct habitats -- from a western prairie and northern woodland to the Alaskan tundra and Artic Ice. Trophy Deer Museum - Cabela's dedication to wildlife is spectacular, continuing with a 12,000-square-foot wildlife museum, displaying an ex- te.nsive collection of trophy deer mounts, and including some of the largest whitehall deer harvested in West Virginia. Signature Bronze Wildlife Sculp- ture - Outside of the store, Cabela's will feature a 20-foot tall bronze sculp- ture created by artist Vic Payne. Payne also created "Leaf on a Stream" for Cabela's Hamburg, Pa. store. The iden- tity of the West Virginia sculpture will remain secret until it is revealed at a special unveiling Wednesday, August 11. Cabela's signature sculp- ture was enlarged, molded and cast by Eagle Bronze of Lander, Wyoming. The Wheeling, W.V. store man- ager is Mike Boldrick. Cabela's ex- pects to employ up to 500 people. Store hours will be Monday - Satur- day, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m., and 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. on Sunday. Kraus-Anderson of Minneapolis, Minn. is the general contractor, and the architect is Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates of Mechanicsburg, PA. livestock show will once again be held at the Ritchie County Co-Op barn located on Bunnels Run. The following classes have been set up to be enjoyed by all: The Goat Classes will start us off with Market Goat followed by Milk Doe. This will be followed by the Sheep Classes which are Market Lamb, Yearling Ewe, and Yearling Ram. We will then proceed to the Beef Cattle Classes which are Feeder Steer, Calf Pairs and Purebred Bulls. Check in time is 7:30 a.m. till show time. The earlier the better. The Livestock Committee has opened the show to Exhibitors from Ritchie and all adjoining coun- ties. All state health regulations will be observed. This promises to be a great show! All youths are encouraged to come and exhibit, or to watch other partici- pants. Getting these animals ready to show takes a lot of time and dedica- tion. For anyone who has ever been interested in seeing a livestock show at other fairs but haven't taken the time, we invite you to come out and enjoy the morning viewing the live- stock at the Ritchie County Fair. The show runs from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Then head on over to the 4-H grounds for the rest of the day's activi- ties. For more information, please con- tact Rick Edman at Huntington Bank at 643-2901 between 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or Myron Bailey at Bailey Brothers Store at 349-2615 from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The best way to get praise is to die. ---Italian proverb KENNEDY'S 6[JIDE 7 Ufor :/ TACKLE andPAWN II r hours , I / J J Buyin ding | H New and Used Guns i | ~ ~ Open Mon - Sat. l0 a.m. -: p.m. -'----~r-'. ~. Llk~ 492 Walnut Street - Glenviile~ WV 304-462-4984 _]b Inc. ,, A UTO DETAILING Detadm At Its ' " 5t . ,, Professional Services Offered: Freest ~ ~t..._ Wash Only, Inside Cleaned, Wax, ~, ~ Steam Seats, Steam Carpet, ~-- ~ \ Engine Cleaned. ~Z3 3\ * Call for an appointment! Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. P.0. Box 159. Glenville, WV 26351. (304) 4624 ] Small Bore Pistol 1st -Danny FUn ............. : ................................ 169 2nd -Bud Cain ................................................ 166 3rd - T0m Smith ............................................. 158 41h -Van Rarnsey ........................................... 154 51h -Jim Stalnaker .......................................... 152 6st -Wanda Rarnsey ...................................... 143 Open Class Pistol Ist - Van Ramsey ......................................... 215 2nd .Tom Smith ............................................. 199 3rd- Wanda Ramsey ..................................... 193 4th - Danny Fun ............................................ :192 5th - BUd Cain ................................................ 183 6th -Jim Statnaker ........................................ 150 Large Bore Pistol Ist - Danny Furr ............................................. 177 2nd - Van Ramsey ......................................... 171 3ml - Tom Smith ............................................. 154 4th -Bud Cain ................................................ 146 5~ -Wanda Ramsey ...................................... 142 ~ Slalnaker .......................................... 113 Isl- Van Ramsey .......................................... 205 Bulls eye 2~-Torn Smilh ............................................. 197 3rd- Wanda Ramsey .................................... 1 4th -Da~l Fun ............................................. 179 Jim Stalnaker m. Jim Stainaker .......................................... 174 Open Sight Rifle Ist -Van Ramsey ........................................... 188 2rid -Torn Smitlv ............................................ 161 3n:l -Danny Furr .............................................. 155 41h -,Wanda Ramsey....: .................................. 132 Scoped Rifle ( Next shoot is Sat.,Aug. i4, 2004 at 3 pm Everyone Welcome/Come Shoot with Us.t Gilmer County Public Shooting Range toc Ker dau isf, | N= salt Blocks For Deer, Several Flavors. Buy 3, Get I Free. Wild Life Feeders, Seed For Food Plots, Range Finders, Game Calls, Scopes, Scope Mounts. . Wt, Buy, S, ll an4 Trad, Good U: G rand Lay-AWay, No Extra Charge. Let Us Save You Some Money! Cabela's, known s the World's Fore- most Outfitter@ of hunting,,, fishing and outdoor gear, is scheduled to open its second East coast store Thursday, August 12, 2004 near Wheeling, W.Va. The 175,000-square-foot retail store will feature an original 20-foot bronze sculpture, museum-quality diorama, 30-foot Conservation Mountain, 12,000-square-fogt trophy deer mu- "scum, 55,000-gallon aquarium, and hundreds of wild game trophies dis- played in an exceptional showroom. Other highlights include a laser ar- cade, furniture department, gun li- brary, restaurant, general store, fly fishing store, bargain cave and gift shop. Located at mile marker 10 near the Dallas Pike Exit of Interstate 70, the complex will also include a 600,000- squal'c-foot distribution center in its first construction phase. The West Virginia location was selected be- cause of its proximity to 1-70 and its accessibility to a large number of out- door enthusiasts that extends to Penn- sylvania, Ohio and other parts of the region. "People who live, work and play in this stunning part of the country love the great outdoors," said Dennis Highby, Cabela's president and CEO. t en I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lege is an outstanding institution free to contact us at 462-4102. las),! l 2. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevy. Iren, 2004 Mountaineer )[ 3.(1) RyanNewman, Dodge.Pete Dye West Virginia Classic to distribute charitable donations +E1ai, Football Schedule 4. (31)Matt Kenseth, Ford. Rair 5. (9) Tony Stewart, Chevy. West Virginia Golf Charities, Inc., ity the past 14 years. Last year alone, The collective efforts of PGA Tour -,, Mal( HeadCoach: Rich Rodriguez 6. (4)Michael Waitrip, Chevy. the tournament host of the Pete Dye toumamentsonthePGATOUR, Cam- players, tournaments, sponsors, and i, Ferr 7. (5)Jamie McMurray, Dodge.West Virginia Classic, is honored to pious Tour, and Nationwide Tour more than 80,000 volunteers have a (Tay *Home games in bold caps : 8. (6) Kasey Kahne, Dodge. announce the following charitable collectively generated a record $82.8 positive impact on more than 2,000 f, (Ups beneficiaries: Make-A-Wish Foun- millionforcharity, bringingtheTour's charities throughout the world. The o Editl SEPTEMBER 9. (25) Dale Jarrett, Ford. dation of North Central West Vir- all-time donations to more than $820 organizers of the inaugural Pete Dye " Co - : 10.(7) Jeremy Mayfield, Dodge. ginia, Genesis Youth Crisis Center million. West Virginia classic are optimistic : three SATURDAY 4 EAST CAROLINA Top Ten in points: Inc., Medbrook Children s Charities, "West Virginia Golf Charities wants and hope to inc _re~,, contributions in [ highl Saturday 11 at Central Florida : 1. J.Johnson 2,850 West Virginia Golf Foundation/ to make significant contributions to the years to come. 'Being a first year ~,i RiA~ 2. D.Earnhardt Jr. 2,685 Campbell Scholarship, United Health the PGA Tour's impressive totals, event, it's difficult to say how much ~, ing fi SATURDAY 18 MARYLAND : 3. J.Gordon 2,648 FoundationCampCatchYourBreath, while at the same time, ensuring that money we will be able to raise for 4. T.Stewart - 2,548 Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center/ local and state charities enjoy the suc- local charities, but we ~e confident ).) ~1~ SATURDAY 25 JAMES MADISON 5. M.Kenseth 2,481 Pediatric Cancer Care & Research cess," said Tournament Operations that it will be significant, said Tour- Fund, and the Robert H. Mollohan Director, Ashley Brian Childs. nament Director, Tim McNeely. "It's . The~ 6. K.Busch 2,396 Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. Kelly Nelson, Executive Director our hope that we can increase our rain OCTOBER 7. B.Labonte 2,390 In addition to these generous gifts, of Medbrook Children s Charities, is charitable g!ving each year of the . the g 8. E.Sadler 2,370 West Virginia Golf Charities has also excited for .the opportunity to partner tournament.' Mac: Saturday 2 at Virginia Tech 9. K.Harvick 2,353 provided numerous other charitable with the event. "We re thrilled. I think To inquire about making donations her r ". 1 o.R.Newman 2,348 entities with funding. In total, over 25 it s great that the State of West Vir- to local charities or volunteering, .~ and : Wednesday 13 at Connecticut state charities will benefit from the ginia and the Classic are partners be- please visit www.petedyeclassic~com Saturday 30 at Rutgers , ~) Athletic , hasraisednearly$30millionforchar-ThcPGATOURsNatinwideTur of our eommunity.". (304)848-2027. " ++++'+:++ Ritchie Co. Fair | i A: .............. l ~i~ ~ ~~ ~:y~Sre~!t ~c~n~ l SATURDAY 6 TEMPLE ,Homecoming) ?I) on Aug. 13-14 [ -qClue~ SATURDAY 13 BOSTON COLLEGE : + i Attention Farmers: The Ritchie 1~~'~ v..,~,, 1.,,8~,o ,,, :1 COUwh County Fair and Exposition is com- [- ingl Thursday 25 at Pitt ing up August 13 and 14. The live- I, It stock committee would like to invite ], ing 2003 RECORD: ALL GAMES (8- 5) 1 you to come and exhibit your cattle, sheep and goats at the livestock show [ not. CONFERENCE (6- 1) 1 on Saturday, August 14, 2004. The luly 24, Shooting Match Results : sm,