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| L } I I l Ill Shaun Smith, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 TEAM GATHERING-Head Coach Steve Shuff instructs his team before running a play on the first day of practice. Coach Shuff emphasized the importance of strength throughout the evening's practice. (Staff photos by Shaun Smith, Sports Reporter). 28th Annual Carlos Ratliff Men's Amateur Golf Results Glenville Golf Club Jul. 27-28 Anthony Realc won this year's Carlos Ratliff Men's Amature Golf Tournament held m Glenville on Jul. 27-28. Reale finished with a score of 144 while Travis Wood ford matched that ore. Reale and Woodford teed off for sudden death. Reale shot a birdie over Woodford's par to win the tour- nament. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT 1) Anthony Reale 72-72- 144 2) Travis Woodford 72-72-144 3) Scott Carney 73-72-145 4) Tim Hicks 75-72-147 Phillip Reale 69-79-148 Mark Johnson 73-76- 149 John Lilly 75-79-154 AJ. Stewart 77-7%154 Dick Barrett 77-85-162 Arden Bishop 77-86-163 Tom Hyer 76-83-159 Remaining Flights (Leaders) 1st Flight 1) Jimmy Mencer 155 2) Ryan Moss 156 3) Doug Cottrill 158 4) Bob Reed 159 2nd Flight 1 )Lance Woodford 157 2)Eric Rogucki 173 3)Paul Woodford 176 3rd Flight 1) To m__my R_alljff 173 2 ~ Steve Gr, ,~sman I ~ I 3~ Joe Bonnctt 182 4) Travis Wills 185 Cham " ANTHONY REALE ***Bulletin*** SET, GO!-Assistant Coach Cam Perry runs a hitting drill to ready the Titans for their season opener against The Gilmer County Cross Country Calhoun. Coach Perry is the foam's strength training coach and has helped orchestrate a weightlifting season has opened as three junior program for 14 of the 17 t~-ou"t$ from Monday evenings practice. '~ high. seven men's varsity and three women's varsity athletes signed up. By Shaun Smith The Titans are scheduled for two ofourt7boyshavebeenliftingweights Sports Reporter scrimmages this month. The first, religiouslyoverthedirectionofAssis- Grid-A-Rama, featuring eight games tant Coach Cam Perry, who does a The Gilmer County football team that day, in which Gilmer will play tremendous job." kicked off their season Mon., Aug. 4 Richwood and Shady Spring on Aug. Indeed, hopesand expectations have in good spirits. The Titans are prepar- 16 at Midland Trail (this is tentative), risen for the Gilmer County football ing for their first three games, which The second scrimmage, the Titans team. After a4-6 season in 2001 and a are all away games, will play at Gauley Bridge on Aug. 22 5-5 season in 2002, Coach Shuff and Seventeen players showed up for at 6:00 p.m. the Titans have accomplished some- practice the first day and more are The Titans are coming off of 5-5 thing no other Titan team has ever expected by the end of the week. season and are preparing for their done before. Head Coach Steve Shuff corn- season-openor versus Calhoun Coach Shuffwould like to have 35 mented, "We are in hopes of getting County. Shuffsays,"Wearebuilding to 40 players for his squad. If any the number of players up this week. for Calhoun. The game is 25 days Gilmer County student in grades 9- 12 We are a little disappointed more kids away and we are going to concentrate would be interested in trying out for didn't come out, but we are really on conditioning and strength. Our the football team, please cal1462-4276, proud of those who did. Those who team philosophy is 'Execute, Execute, 462-851 I, or 462-7960. The Titans came out put out hard work ethic." Execute.' Strength wins games and 14 will accept athletes until Fri., Aug. 8. iii ii i ii i mlllmlll I lU lllll llllm I l I 1 1 n Gilmer County Football Schedule I I AUGUST 16 Midland Trail (rld-A-Rama) .......... Tenta, w 1 22 at Gauley Bridge .......................................... 6:00 pro. 1 29 at Calhoun ............................................... 7:30 pm I SEPTEMBER m 5 at Pocahontas 7:30 p.m. 12 at Wirt ........................................................... 7:30 p.m. m 19 MT. HOPE .................................................... 7:30 p.m. 1 26 DODDRIDGE ............................................... 7:30 p.m. 1 OCTOBER l 3 TYGARTS VALI.EY (Homecoming) .......... 7:30 p.m. 10 HAMLIN ....................................................... 7:30 p.m. l 17 BRAXTON .................................................... 7:30 p.m. m 24 at Meadow Bridge ........................................... 7:30, ,m. m NOVEMBER 1 at Parkersburg Catholic .................................... 7:30 pm. l *Scrimmage game Home games in bold caps m Head Coach: Steve Shuff m Asst. Coach: Joe Frashure, Cam Perry, J.B. Lockwood, and Buzz 1 Roberts. ======================= lllllllllllllllllll If ii Gilmer County High Go I 1 1 l 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 i Schedule 2003 [;! AUGUST 1 11 GILMER INVITATIONAL ........................ 9:00 a.m. -'- 1 13 St. Marys Invitational ...................................... 9:00 a.m. 1 15 Wirt County Invitational ................................. 9:00 a.m. 1 18 Yellow Jacket Invitational (PCC) ................... 9:00 a.m. 1 20 at Win .............................................................. 4:15 p.m. 22 at Clay, Braxton. Herbert Hoover ................... 9:00 a.m. 1 26 at Ritchie ......................................................... 4:00 p.m. m 28 CLAY, BRAXTON ....................................... 4:00 p.m. 1 SEPTEMBER I 1 1 l 1 1 1 I 1 1 l 1 1 Ihl I 1 m 1 Coaches: Randy RatliffandA rden Bishop. Home matches in boldcaps m i ii mR ii ilFI I i Ill i ml i mR ii i ~ i 3 at Parkersburg High (PCC) ............................ 4:00 p.m. 9 at Roane .......................................................... 4:00 p.m. 10 WlRT,BRAXTON ........................................ 4:00 p.m. I Iat Parkersburg Catholic, Parkersburg South .,.4:15 p.m, 15 RITCHIE, CLAY ......................................... 4:00 p.m. 17 Parkersburg South ........................................... 4:30 p.m. 22 LKC .............................................................. 10:00 a.m. 23 at Bridgeport .................................................... 4:00 p.m. 25 at PHS, Catholic, Ravenswood ....................... 4:00 p.m. If anyone is interested in running Cross Country this season, please contact Coach Willard Wright at 462- 4498 or call Gilmer County High School at 462-7960. ***Bulletin*** New technology from Apple makes it easy and fun for today's digital lifestyle to be a part of your family's new holiday tradition. i l i I HI l il Ill IIlallot Lady Titans Volleyball Schedule 20 I AUGUST I l 28 at Calhoun ~Scrimmage) ............................... 6:()0 p.m. l SEPTEMBER m 4 WIRT/PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC* ....... 6:1)0 p.m. l l 6 at Calhoun iIournament) .................................. 9:00 a.m 1 I 8 WIRT/CALHOUN* (JV) ................................ 6:o0 i .m. I l 9 at Braxton ........................................................ 6:00 p.m m IIat Shady Spring/Nicholas* ................................ 5;30 p.m. 1 16ST. MARYS/BUFFALO PUTNAM* ............ 6:00 p.m. m 1 18WIRT/BRAXTON (JV)* ............................... 6:00 p.m. 1 1 20RAVENSVOOD/LEWIS* .......................... 11:00 a.m. I 23ROANE ............................................................ 6:00 p.m. l 25at Lewis/TBA* .................................................. 6:00p.m. m 1 27at Calhoun (Tournament) (JV) ........................ I I:00 a.m 1 1 30SHADY SPRING/RITCHIE* ........................ 5:30 p.m. 1 l OCTOBER l 2 at Roane/Hcrbert Hoover* ................................ 6:00 p.m. m 9 at Parkersburg Catholic/Doddridge* ................. 6:00p.m. 1 1 1 I at Riverside (rournament) ................................. 9:00 a,m. m 1 15 CALHOUN/LEWIS (JV)* ............................. 6:00 p.m. II m 16 RITCHIE/MAGNOLIA* ............................. 6:00 p.m. m 21 at Parkersburg South** .................................... 6:00p.m. l 23 at Wirt/Tyler* ................................................... 6:00 p.m. l 1 25 at Ravenswood/Shady Spring* ......................... 9:00 a.m. m 28 CALHOUN/BRAXTON* ............................. 6:00 p.m. 1 30 at Nicholas/Independence* .............................. 6:00p.m. NOVEMBER I l I LKC Championships ............................................... TBA m I 3-6 Sectionals ................................................................ TBA 1 1 *Triple-header **Quad-header 1 Home games in bold caps mm,-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-1 A v 1"o DE TAILING "Detailing At Its Finest" Professional Services Offered: Wash Only, Inside Cleaned, Wax, Steam Seats, Steam Carpet, Engine Cleaned. * Call for an appointment! Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - $ p.m. P.O. Box 159. Glenvilk, WV 26351. (304) 462-4 1 Defending Champ WV Wesleyan Shepherd College is the selection man Chris Nunn by West Virginia Conference l ot- only other returning! ball coaches to earn the 2003 league Veteran crown. The Ramsreceivcd fiveofthe I. 245, Sr.~ paces ~ ninefirstplacevotestoearn67points Linemen Dana in the annual voting announced at the Soph.) and Brian league'smediaday.Defendingleague Jr.) sho~,'cd pro champion West Virginia Wesleyan is Lamont Howard second in the polling with three first lone place votes and 58 points, secondary Fairmont State received the nod for West Liberty third, while Glenville State and West '02)looks Liberty State were tied for fourth, breaking Concord, WVU Tech, and West Vir- Ryan Russell to giniaStateroundoutthevoting.Tech's only returns 19 Golden Bears received the other first Eaton's club is place vote.The UniversityofCharles- over the past ton, who will be fielding their first ning back Bo Whigi squad since 1956, is not eligible for takes over the WVIAC title until the 2005 cam- ing 386 yards in paign. Shepherd (7-3, 5-2 in '02) will rely (6-2,236, Jr. on the tested Ram formula of a strong 210, Jr.) teamed up ground game and stout defense. Se- hind the line. Brya nior offensive lineman Eric Garrison Sr.)andChad Shoal (6-5,302) isa pre-season All-Amen- the top returnees can. The running back trio of Travis backfield. Lynch (5-7, 182, Sr.), Alex Herbert Teams picked (5-10, 197, Jr.) and Michael Walker son coachs' poll (6-1, 210, Soph.) have combined to two West rush for 4,242 career yards and 47 and Concord touchdowns. SC will havean untested tocontinue signalcaller w iththe departure of Joel Greg Quick's Gordon, the school's career leader in tight end Kory passing yards, and quarterback The Ram defense returns seven 215, Sr.) Wright starters. Head Coach Monte Cater's receptions and defensive troops have allowed 17.6 or catches to become (c wer poim, per game in eat h of the mg receiver pa~,t six sca,,ons. R,,n Frazier 15-11, 11 tight ends. 203. Jr.), Chad McCh ntic (5- 10. 210. 285, St)is Sr) Dan A'mning 6-0, 204. Sr.) are offensi',e linemen the foundation of an outstanding line- Aliveto backer cow', Mountain Senior dc Icnsive hack Matt Mead- attack. " or. s (5-10. 204, St. ) ~, a bonafide All- America candidate as he enters the 212, St.) gives season with 17 career interceptions, game. However. a DustinDudmski(5-8. 165,Soph.)isa comes back seven dangerous kick returner along with prove on a 36.8 being a starter in the defensive age allowed in backfield. Darryi Wilson (5"1 West Virginia Wesleyan ( 7-4, 6-1 notched I I 1 tackles in '02) won their final five games to First) take last season's WVIACcrown. Bill must rebuild a Struble's Bobcats look to be a prime in '02) contender for regional and confer- pair of starters. cnce honors with 18 returning start- enjoyed er . Defensive linemen Vic Lombard since 1989 last (6-0, 245, St.), Dan Meyer (6- I. 245, scoreboard with Sr.) and Drew Fullmer (6-1,210, Sr.) game. Running combined for 50tackles forloss. Line- (6-1, 210, Sr.) backers Alan Krutul.is (6-1,230, Jr.) and 11 scores in and Zack Condo (6-3, 230. Soph.) Ben Reneau (6-4, also look to enjoy big seasons, passes. Senior quarterback Chris Cormier The cupboard (6-2, 200) developed into one of the defensive side league's top passers in 2002 with 1,982 All-WVIAC picksJ yards and 16 touchdowns through the 6, 250, Sr., DE) air. Bullish fullback Luke Struble (6- son (6-0, 195, Sr., 0. 235, Sr.) rumbled for 537 yardsand foundation. ten touchdowns. However, WVWCBrowning (6-1, has to find a replacement for running at linebacker. back Duriel Cobb, last season's WVIAC WVIAC Offensive Player of the Year Year Mike after rushing for a school record 1,440 wasn't enou yards. State ( 1 - 10, 0-7 TightendChrisBurgman (6-2,250, afrustratin Sr.) is the top returning pass catcher All-American with 30 receptions. First team All- after recording I0~t WVIAC pick Justin Hill (5-I 1,285, interceptions Sr.) is part of an offensive front that Linebackers welcomes back four regulars. Sopho- Ramel Shaw more kicker Daniel Breech (5-5. 155) Jackets field booted 10 of 14 field goals last sea- sting in 2003. son. Q Fairmont State (3-7, 2-5 in '02) for 1,088 yards looks to contend in the second season backs Jon of the Rusty Elliot era "Erie Falcons and Terrell Givens welcome 16 starters back to Du,,all- an effecti,,c pail Rosier F eldin Delk'nsivebacks backfield. Jeremiah Ferrel115-1 I, 190, Jr.) and the offensive line. Isaac Weaver (6- I. 190, J r i help form Charleston a secondary that could bad news ers in camp as tl ' for opposing all attacks back in the Four returning starters among the first time since offensive line shouldhelpthe Falcons Tech head coach average more than their 15-4 point squad will per game output in 2002. Wide re- ule. Theslate ceivers Josh Romeo (6-0.210, Soph.) league foes and Khalid Dover (6-1. 185, Jr.) are State, and an effective duo for the FSC passing ,Division 1 game. Matt Vangilder (6-2, 205, State and Soph.) earned valuable e perience under center late in 2002 and threw 2003 WVIAC tor 496 yards and a pair of scores. !. Shepherd (5! The potent passing combination of 2. West Vir Joey Conrad (6-4, 200, Soph.) to An- 3. Fairmont tonio Carter (6-0, 180, Jr.) will bring 4. Glenville plentyofexcitementtoGlenviUeState 4. West (4-7, 3-4 in '02). Conrad established a 6. Concord new WVIAC freshman record with 7. WVU Tech(I 2,523 yards of total offense (2,480 8. West VH passing) in 2002. Carter was one of the WVIAC's top big play threats Note: with 70 receptions for 956 yards and the WVIAC eight scores. Mammoth offensive line- son. plllll 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 I I 1 lliillllll Glenville State Football Schedule SEPTEMBER 6 at Millersville (PA) 13 at West Chester (PA) 20 CLARION (Family Dayl 27 at New Haven (CT) ......................................... OCTOBER 4 CONCORD* I ! at West Virginia Tech* 18 SHEPHERD* (Homecoming) 25 at West Virginia State* ................................... NOVEMBER 1 WEST LIBERTY STATE* 8 WEST VIGINIA WESLEYAN* (Sr. 15 at Fairrnont* *WVIAC game Home