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 ll[[llllllll ! | illlllllllllll[l[llll lllllll Page 6A -- The Glenville Democrat. Thursday, July 30, 2009 Gila, er Sparts Seen e For sports information, call: 304-462-7309 THE GILMER "PIONEERS" (Front row. L-R): Jenny Wolfe. Jessie James, Tiffany Young, Alexus Sprouse, Morgan Allen, and Michaela Boron. (Second row, L-R): Scorekeeper Crystal Conrad. Head Coach Ryan Tomblin, Miranda Conrad, Coach Jimmy Conrad, Jamie Conrad, Megan Normant, Lindsay Robinson, Chelsea Knicely, Coach Stevie Godfrey, Tiffany Bennington, and Coach Sara McFarland. Gilmer &apos;Pioneers' Have Successful Summer Season The Gilmer "Pioneers" played in the Sue Morris End of Summer Tour- nament on Saturday, July 25. This was the 4th tournament the team had competed in at the complex this sum- mer. Coached by Ryan Tomblin, Sara McFarland, Jimmy Conrad and Stevie Godfrey, the girls improved in each tournament. On Saturday. there were eight teams playing. In the morning, each team played two games to determine the seeding. Gilmer won both of their games, beating Wirt. 5-4. and West Virgina Gold, which is a hand-picked team from the Clarksburg area, 9-2. Tak- ing into consideration wins, runs scored and runs allowed, Gilmer was one of the top two teams earning a number-one seed. They were scheduled to play in the semi-finals in the afternoon. Unfor- tunately, before they could begin, it started pouring down the rain, and the rest of the tournament was cancelled. The whole team was disappointed, but they were happy they ended the summer season on a winning note. Baseball Tryout and Hitting Camp Coast to Coast Baseball would like to invite local players, ages 10-18, to one of our upcoming tryout events. At the tryout, our staff will evaluate your skills in four areas: hitting, fielding, arm strength, and speed. Players who are accepted to the program may choose to represent the USA in cam- petition in Puerto Rico or work with top college coaches and pro scouts at one of our Arizona or Florida Camp and Showcase events held at a MLB spring training complex. In addition to the tryout, an instruc- tional hitting camp will be held the same day. The goal of the camp is to help players improve hitting funda- mentals as well as their mental ap- proach at the plate. Events will be held at West Virginia State College baseball field in institute on Saturday, August 8. The tryout will begin at 10:00 a.m. and the hitting camp will begin at 2:00 p.m. Since the summer of 2001. nearly 2,000 athletes from 46 different states have participated in the Coast to Coast baseball program. Our alumni now compete at every level of collegiate baseball and even professionally. For more information, players and parents can visit our website at www. CoastToCoastAthletics.com. Register for one or both events by going on the website of calling our office at 740-373-4455. i i !;and Tryouts Hello Girls! My name is Ashley Moss and I am the new Varsity Cheerleading coach for Gilmer County High School. I would like to invite all girls in 9-I - grades that are interested in cheerleading to a meeting, along with your parents. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the High School. The meeting will consist of discussing the rules and require- ments for the cheerleading season and tryouts. Fee/free to contact me at (3o4) 462-8oz4 or [3o4) z66-569z, "We will not sit unconcerned while our liberty is invaded, nor look in silence upon public robbery." An editorial statement from the annals of The Glenville Democrat-Patl!finder files MINI-STORAGE, LLC Not enough room? See us for your storage needs! Multiple sizes monthly rates 5x10 ' 10xl0 's 10x15 's 10x20 's SPORT SHOP Nowln Stock: Food Plot Seed Cross-bows now arriving; Catfish, Bass & Muskie fishing supplies Ruger Mini- 14 s in Stock Get Ready For Early Doe Season Starts Sept. 14 in Gihuer County Phone 304.462.8688 Open: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Sat. : Competition Mike Smith, spreader truck driver for Southern States Co-Op, in Weston, won the title for"Best Over- all" at the Southern States Spreader Truck Rodeo. on July 22. ) + G Tickets Stit00! Available for August 1 G Athletic Fest at LL. Mor,i!s Stadium Despite the recession, the Glenville State College Athletic Fest is full of cash and prizes to be given away at the Saturday, August 1 fest to be held at the I.L. Morris Stadium on Mineral Road. Tickets for this year's event are just $50. With the ticket, you will be en- tered into the drawing for one of 37 great prizes, ranging from a Chevy Silverado to a Remington Shotgun to cash up to $5,000. Also with the ticket purchase, un- limited food and beverages will be available. The selection will include Pork BBQ by Smokin' Sows, sand- wiches from Mike Audia, ice cream, beer, other beverages, and much more. A complete list of prizes include: one Chevy Sedar, one 4x4 Chevy Silverado, one Honda four-wheeler, two Remington 1 t-87 Shotguns, two Remington 700 BDL Rifles, and 30 cash prizes ranging from $250 to $5,000. The prize winner can choose to take cash in place of any prize. The ticket holder does not need to be present to win. The winner is re- sponsible for all taxes. No ATVs or pets allowed inside the gate. Prizes are based on 4,000 tickets sold (if less tickets are sold, prizes will be re- duced). A maximum of 5,000 tickets will be sold. Any monies received after the 5,000 mark will be returned to the purchaser Glenville State Col- lege is not responsible for accidents. Purchasers must be 18 years old to buy a ticket. Unsold tickets become the property of the Glenville State College Athletic Fest. Guest must purchase tickets at the game. No ad- vance tickets will be sold. Proper iden- tification is required to claim any prize. Social Security number of the winner is required by law before prize can be claimed. All prizes must be claimed within 15 days of notification or the prize will be forfeited to GSC Ath- letic Fest. All winning tickets must match number drawn in exact order. The drawings are from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Gates open at 3:00 p.m. Food will be served from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and the band will play from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $50 per ticket. Guest tickets can be purchased for $15 to admit one person with a ticket pur- chased at full price. Non-ticket hold- ers can still enjoy the lest for $20. Payment methods include cash, check, credit card, and/or PayPal. To purchase a ticket or for marc information on the Athletic Fest, con- tact Cam Perry at 304-462-6233 or e-mail at cameron.per.@glenville .edu, Rick Moore at 304-462-6229 or e-mail at rick.moore@glenville. edu, or Mandy Frymier at 304-462- 6220 or e-mail at amandafr3,mier@ glenville.edu. Get your ticket for the Glenville State College Athletic Fest now, be- fore they run out? Irish Road Bow ling- National Championship Irish Road Bowling shots are hurled underhand, like fast pitch softball, from a 25-yard sprint, and can go more than 300 yards. 200-yard shots are common. Speed and accuracy, plus heavy overspin, enable the 28- ounce won and steel "bowl" or "bul- let" to grip the country road and fol- low it even around a curve. Scored like golf, the fewest shots taken over a one-mile road wins. The best players in the USAm from clubs in Boston. New York and West Virginia, meet on 2.2 mile Wildcat Road to Duffy Bridge, in Ireland, WV to determine in one-on-one competi- tion who will go to the All Ireland Finals in Ireland (the country) in Sep- tember. Often, competitors will match each other shot for shot for an entire mile, with the winner decided only on the last shot by a few feet. farthest dis- tance across the finish line. Several All Ireland Champions and Runners-up will be throwing the the state, including Roger O'Rlordan, Con O'Callaghan. Barry Curran, and Brendan Fleming from Boston, Fergal Cart. Paul Laverly, Calm Murphy and Adrian Lappin from New York, and home-road favorites Travis Craig, Jerod Putnam, from Ireland, WV, Ken McClintic, of Holly River, and Mark Whitt. of Beckley. This 350 year old rural Irish sport is new to the USA, transplated to the country roads of West Virginia. Irish Road Bowling was played by Irish troops for North and South dur- ing the American Civil War. Near the finish line on Wildcar Road, a Civil War re-enactor encampment will be set up August 7.8, and 9 at the site of Fort Pickens. an actual Civil War era fort and Union army muster field. With the beautiful West Virginia hills as a backdrop, "pick-up scores," will be held between official matches and in the evening: two or three per- son teams made of players from new start-up clubs across the USA, as well as experienced competitors, on the lower road along the re-enactor camp. Cannon blasts and Union and Con- federate re-enactors hurling bowls in the road will add to the colorful scene. Spectators, visitors, and media wel- come to experience the amazing shots. tense competition, and colorful hos- pitality set in Wild and Wonderful. Almost Heaven, West By Gosh Vir- ginia. Headquaters: Bicentennial Inn, Buckhannon. Awards Ceremony: Sunday at Lambert's Winery, Weston. GCHS Student -" During the annual event held in Elkins, fertilizer spreader trucks are graded on two criteria: best main- tained and best spread pattern. In the best-maintained section, the trucks are inspected by SOuthern States Regional Equipment Mainte- nance Supervisors. The trucks go through a 150-point inspection and must have three or less deductions to pass. Mike and his truck had a per- fect score to win this section. In the spread pattern part of the competition, the trucks spread fer- tilizer over collection pans. The pat- tern is then evaluated and graded by John McCallister. Senior Agrono- mist for Southern States. Of the six spreader trucks at this year's compe- tition. Mike was the only driver to recetve the grade of "Excellent Pat- tern." Kevin Britton. Manager of South- ern States Co-Op Weston Branch, said. "'These rodeos are a great way to ensure that our equipment is main- tained and spreading consistently and accurately. Our area farmers can be confident we are applying fertilizer nutrients uniformly and at the proper rates m their fields. I am proud to have Mike as part of our team. Mike knows the value of fertilizer to our area farmers. He is very conscien- uous about maintaining his truck and seeing that our customers' fields are spread properly and consis- ........ Athlete Physicals Gilmer County High School students who will be participating in school sports for the 2009-10 school year must have a physical before practice begins. Physicals will be given from 1-3 p.m., Fri- day, July 31 at the High School. Forms are available in the office at GCHS or on Edline. Students who do not get a physical on July 31 may call Gilmer Primary to schedule an appointment. No student can engage in any type of sport without a physical form being completed and on file at the school. Attention-. Gilmer County High/Middle School Boys and Girls Interested in Running Cross Country, practice will begin at the high school on Monday, August 3 at 6:00 p.m. You must bring your physical to practice. Pittsburgh Area Concert News On Friday, August 28. Rascal Flatts, with Darius Rucker, will per- form at the Post-Gazette Pavilion in Burgettstown, PA. For ticket information, please visit livenation, com. y." pj I' &liittBtlr . . . NEW and USED PARTS/ GP" +" --/-" --/'/" '  . T WIN 1 .. ............................... . ............. 0 G ' :i .i.:" , :: ?2 ,-i. ;i,'::ii' .z :::/:.! ::.: 33 & 119. across from State Road HQ. 61enville GCHS JV/ Varsity Volleyball Sign Up Meeting Sign ups for any girls grades 9- 12 interested in playing volleyball will be held on Thursday, August 6 at6:00p.m, at the GilmerCounty High School Commons Area. A parent or guardian needs to be present. Tryouts will start Mon- day, August 10. All girls must have a sports physical turned in before trying out. For more infor- mation, contact Head Coach Crys- tal Metz at 904-0032, Coach Mickey Metz at 462-4076. or Coach Rick Sprouse at 462-8529. Study as if you were going to live forever; live as if you were going to die tomorrow. --Maria Mitchell Little Kanawha Handgunne00 Match Results: July 25, 2009 L . Small Bore Pistol 1 st - Jason Miller (167) 2 'a - Van Ramsey (155) 3' - Jim Stalnaker (139) 4 th - Bud Cain (125) Open Class Pistol 1  - Jason Miller (172) 2 no - Van Ramsey (154) 3  - Terry Hornbeck (154) 4 th - Steve Ostaff (150) 5 t- Tara Cosco (139) 6 in- Jim Stalnaker (128) 7 th- Bud Cain (113) Large Bore Pistol 1 ' - Van Ramsey (171) 2 " - Jason Miller (166) 3 ' - Tara Cosco (145) 4 m - Terry Hornbeck ( 138 ) 5"- Bud Cain (125) 6"'- Steve Ostaff (119) 7 'h- Jim Stalnakcr (108) Open Sight Rifle 1"' - Jason Miller (160) 2 "a - Van Ramsey (160) 3 '- Jim Stalnaker (129) Seoped Rifle 1 '*- Van Ramsey (182) 2 " - Jason Miller (178) 3 - Jim Stalnaker (178) :iiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iii;i!ii{i:iiiill ............................... +++:'i++++!<++ii++++' ++'+%+++++++++++i+ii!i}iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii i!ii!iiii!!!i}i!!!ii!!iiiiiiiiiiiii!ili!ili Come & Join the Fun!! $Sper Event or $20 for all Everyone Welcome! 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