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Page 4--- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday,- August 12, 2004 By Travis BeaU, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 You can check out more sports or other news on our new website. Visit us online at www.glenvillenews.com ~ S.upport Gilmer County Athletics ! Former Wirt County all-state Class A golfer Matt Moore has resumed his golfing career after a one-year hiatus. CEDARVlLLE 4-H GROUP - On Tue. August 3, the Cedarville Centurions gathered at Cedar Creek State Park for their yearly picnic. Here the community-minded kids are pictured in front of the One Room School House showing off a rhodedendron they planted for Arbor day this year. The group also planted flowers throughout the park as part of a community project. (pictured L to R) Front Row: Tiffany Moss, Jessie Smith, Kendall Rush (visiting from Virginia), Sarah Coombs, Elisabeth Coombs. Back Row: Sara Mohr, Sam Marks, Jamie Sponaugle. Not Pictured: Sara Normant. (all photos and caption by Travis Beall, Sports Reporter) After helping the Tigers to a small school golf championship during his senior year nearly two years ago, Moore left for Marshall with the hopes of walking on and making the roster of a Division I program. However, things didn't work out the way he envisioned. "I went down there last year and the coach didn't even have tryouts," Moore said. "I got kind of disgusted and put the clubs up for a while." Those clubs have been in full swing lately as the former Tiger has now signed on with head coach Dennis Fitzpatrick and Glenviile State. Having picked the clubs back up and headed to his home course of Mingo Bottom to work on his game, Moore was throwing around the idea READY TO ENJOY SOME BOATING- Also during the yearly picnic one day of going somewhere to play. some of the 4-H kids like to take time to enjoy paddleboating. This is just one of the many fun activities for kids and adults alike to partake in at the park. The 4-H kids would like to let leaders Joann Woodyard (15 years), and Leah Sponaugle (5 years) know that they enjoy and appreciate all the things they do with them. (pictured L to R) Leah Sponaugle, Sara Mohr, Jamie Sponaugle, Tiffany Moss, Kendall Rush, Sarah Coombs, Elisabeth Coombs, Joann Woodyard. "I talked with coach Roy Alltop and he kind of got me set up with him," Moore said. "It was kind of weird really. I was just kind of talking about it and Roy overheard me and asked me if I was thinking about go- ing to Glenville. "Then probably a week or a week- and-a-half later, I got a phone call out that I wanted to play Division I golf," said the three-to-four handicap. "That's the biggest and best around and I thought I would give it a shot. "It's probably wasn't the greatest decision and I should've just gone around here. Some coaches around here showed some interest. I wasted a whole year down there and he didn't have any tryouts." Although he's not conceited, Moore is still a little bitter about his experi- ence at Marshall. "I can't really say 100 percent," Moore said of possibly being a con- tributor. "I don't know what kinds of courses and conditions they played, but I would've liked to have thought I could've hung with them." The Pioneers return everyone on the squad except No.l player Tim Fisher, a top 25 finisher in the NCAA Division II tournament and qualifier for the West Virginia Amateur at the Greenbrier. For now, Moore's content with working on his game at Mingo Bot- tom and getting ready for a new chal- lenge, something he sorely missed this time last year. "I'm just going to keep my head down and play for now," he said. 'Tm not setting too many goals. I'm going oftheblueanditwasCoachFitzpatrick to get in there and feel it out. Most of wanting to know ifI wanted to come theguyshaveayearortwoundertheir to Glenville.it all happened kind of belt., quick, really." 'I d love to go in there and play my While he didn't play golf for the head off. I'm not saying I can, but the Thundering Herd, Moore still got in firstyearwillbeagoodlearningexpe- his studies, posting a 3.3 GPA in 33 rience for me. It will be a good expe- credit hours toward his business de- rience." gree. " Coach Fitzpatrick is hoping that Even though things didn't work out experience will include lots of pars the first time around, Moore's hoping and birdies.According to local news I ~ [ for the best on his second chance, sources. .~FJ~~ !:~ "I kind of had it all stuck in my head ~'~i~ ~:~i:~%~.~ ~,~!!i:!!i~:i: ::: : : : :: ~:~ .... ~.~ I :: :~ :: - ''" ~- ~::~$'~'~k~:~" "~ ::: ::: :: :::::::::::::::::::.~:: :::: ::: :: I ...... ............. : ......... ........... GSC Pioneers Men's Golf z I I ..... . .... ".~:~ ........... :::::::::::::::::::::::: "!::::" :: :::::. :~::i~:~:~.-$::~:i::::::~:~:!:;~:~::':::':~5::: !::?~:~'- ~.~,. :'l ,; ' PARK CREW-The Cedar Creek State Park staff and lifeguards put on a Naturalist Program every Fri. and Sat. at the park. The following is a list of some activities enjoyed by kids and adults: Fishing rodeo, tours of the one room school house, scavenger hunt, hay wagon ride, Bil Lepp-five time WV liar champion, pool games, volley ball miniature golf tournament. (pictured L to R) Christy Clowser, Tara Neely, Renee Ray, Cody Neely, Travis Fisher, Dusty Hem. GREASED WATERMELON CONTEST! - This game is one of the favorites of the pool games activities. A greased watermelon is dropped from the diving board, participants wait on the sides of the pool and as the watermelon surfaces they are free to jump in and try to be the first to wrestle it to the side and lift it out of the pool. Pictured above are two young kids form Morgantown Tara Neely (left) and Cody Neely (right), struggling to be the first on to get the slippery fruit on dry ground. Summerfest Gilmer Co. Titans Baseball/Softball varsity football 'gbeards ,A.K.E.S. Day Tournament scrimmage PorterWagoner/J.A.K.E.S. Day ' Activities include: archery, air The city of South CharlestonThe GCHS Titan varsity foot- is here again, so kids tell your rifles, shot gun, 22 cal., turkey will be hosting the Annual Sum- ball team will be participating in Morn and Dad. This event is spon- calling 101, first aid and hunters' mer Baseball/SoftballTournament a scrimmage on Sat. August 14 at sored by the Little Kanawha education, beginning August. 25-29 Games 3pm. They will be squaring off " LongbeardschapteroftheNational Only $5 to register(includes a will be played at Little Creek Park against Gauley Bridge at Morriss Wild Turkey Federation and re- one year JAKES membership) a andSouthCharlestonHighSchool. Stadium. No admision will be ceived national recognition last quarterly magazine, membership There will be three divisions for charged, but donations will be year. This event was host to 65 card, decal and a lunch will be both boys and girls: high school, accepted and appreciated. So kids last year and would like to provided. All who plan to attend 14 and under, 12 and under. For come on out and cheer on your hope for over 100. must be pre-registered by July more information, please contact Titans! On Aug. 21 atthe GilmerCounty 31 .To register, call Brad Lay 304- Joe McCormick at 304-768-1909 Recreation Center, boys and girls 354-6411, Bruce Fitzwater 304- or e-mail JoeMcc@EZWV.com. 17 and under (each participant) 354-0220, or Paul Toro 304-462- mast be accompanied by an adult. 5815. Marlinton will celebrate Bike Daze August 21 I I l I l I I I I 1 l I lb.. 1 SEPTEMBER I 11 ........................................................ at Burger King Classic l 1 13 ................................................ GSC FALL CLASSICl 20 ............................................................................ at Clarion l l 22 ...................................................................... atCentral Regional 1 26 .................................................................. at WV Weslyan II I 30 .......................................................... at Southern Regional 1 Home matches in bold caps II III Illlllllllllllllllli SeconO Tour- A gigantic roar will herald the try. Food will be available from ney Set for arrival ofhundredsofmotorcycles street vendors and at local restau- in Marlinton, the afternoon of Sat- rants. urday, August 21, for the town's This year's rally will include six annual Bike Daze Celebration. A riders from France and one couple Plans are underway for the sec- paradeofbikersattendingtheWest fromlreland, as well as riders from ond annual Stonewall Jackson Virginia State Harley' Owners as far away as Alaska. Rally MemoriaiHospital Charity Golf Group (HOG) Rally at Snowshoe Coordinator Larry Holstine says, Tournament. The event will be Mountain Resort will depart from "Residents and businesses have held Wed., Sept. 15, at the, rnold the resort at 11 a. m and travel been very helpful, friends and ex- Palmer Signature Golf Course south on US 219, arriving in tremely hospitable to rally attend- located at Stonewall Resort in Marlinton at approximately noon. ees. Word has spread among Lewis County. They will be joined in Marlinton Harley Owners about the greatBallard's Chevrolet- by other bikers and fans for a Bike atmosphere and scenery in Oldsmobile-Pontiac Co., Inc. will Show and a dance in downtown. Pocahontas County." sponsor the Hole-In-Prize. Din- Motorcycles of all makes are Local businesses will show their ner will be served lakeside on the welcome to enter the Bike Show. support and appreciation of the patio of Stonewall Resort imme- Registrationforthegeneralpublic tourism dollars that bikers bring diately after the tournament. will be from noon to 1 p.m, at the into Pocahontas County by ac- For more information or to ob- City National Bank parking lot on cepting special wooden nickels for tain a brochurecal1304-269-8000 Eighth Street in Marlinton. Awards storediscounts. Bike Daze is spon- and ask for Bill Czako or Tommy will be presented at 4 p.m. The sored by the Town of Marlinton Harris. Cost will be $100 per team Bike Show is sponsored in part by and the Pocahontas County Con- member and there will be a shot- the Pocahontas County Chamber vention and Visitors Bureau in gun start at 12:30 p.m. Proceeds of Commerce and the Pocahontas appreciation of the many bikers from the event will go to the M. County Convention and Visitors who make Pocahontas County a WilliamAdlerScholarshipFund. Bureau. touring destination. For further One of southern West Virginia's information, contact the hottest bands, Fallen Rock, will Pocahontas County CVB at 800- treat the crowd to hours of great 336-7009. "Southern Fried" rock and coun- N OW0P . N.. KENNEDY'S G IIDE- 7 c ufo/ "1 TACKLE and PAWN after hours J i a;ft;r ntmU ;s / NOW Loanlag Money on Guns and Tools / I J SOON to be Pawning Jewelry and Electronics / II Buyin ding | II New tined Guns I | ------~.r_.,~ ~" Open Mon - Sat. 10 a.m.. 5 p.m. "~7e-~ -g*~~'~. lk.~.__ .492 Walnut Street - G!enville, WV 304-462-4984 Brickyard 400 Sunday, August 8 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Top Ten (starting pos. in parentheses) 1. (11 ) Jeff Gordon, Chevy. 2. (17) Dale Jarrett, Ford. 3. (3) Eliot Sadler, Ford. 4. (12) Kasey Kahne, Dodge. 5. (24) Tony Stewart, Chevy. 6. (35) Greg Biffle, Ford. 7. (8) Jamie McMurray, Dodge. 8. (32) Kevin Harvick, Chevy. 9. (18) Bill Elliott, Dodge. 10,(15) Kurt Busch, Ford. Top Ten in points: 1. J.Johnson 3,095 2. J.Gordon 2,998 3. D.Earnhardt Jr. 2,855 4. T.Stewart 2,761 5. M.Kenseth 2,738 6. E.Sadler 2,674 7. K.Busch 2,615 8. B.Labonte 2,584 9. K.Harvick 2,562 10.R.Newman 2,542 Of the 30 major league base- ball teams, 10 have never won a :: :: :: WorldSeri . your way The W'v' Division of the Na- tional MS Society invites you and your friends to participate in the 14th annual MS 150 Bike Tour. This 2-day event, Saturday and Sunday, September 11 and 12, 2004, begins at North Bend State Park off Route 50 outside of Parkersburg. The event concludes on Sunday at North Bend State Park where a barbecue will be held for all volunteers and participants.All riders must pay a $30 registration fee, plus a reduced lodging fee for the Holiday Inn- Parkersburg, overnight, as well as raising a minimum of $200 in pledges. Monies raised for the event will be used to help fund services and programs provided by local WV Division as well as assist with national research ef- forts to help find the cause and a cure for multiple sclerosis. Riders have the option of choos- ing either a 150-mile road route or a scenic 60-mile trail route along the North Bend Rails to Trails (half of total miles each day). This event is fully supported with rest stops along the way for both routes, food/beverages, medical and me- chanical support. Riders will end their first day (Saturday) at Holi- - day Inn-Parkersburg where bikes will be stored. All riders are re- quired to wear helmets. The one- night stay at the Holiday Inn- Parkersburg will include dinner, entertainment and a full breakfast the next morning. Massage thera- pists will be on hand to help ease the strains of the day. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, often disabling disease of the central nervotis systems. Symp- t a t ( C ] a t, S V F e t ( ( .( ( ( I ( m toms can range from being mild " (numbess of the limbs) to severe [ ; (paralysis and blindness). Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40 but the unpredictable physical and emolional effects can be life long. The process, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one per- son cannot yet be predicted. How- ever advances in research and treat- fiaent are giving hope to those af- fected by the disease. Pro-Line, Red Head and Wolverine Boots In Water Proof and Priced Best Selection of Shooting, t Service, Best / Over 41 years'f per/ence!