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September 5, 1991

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Page 4--The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, September 5, 1991 falls auley Reed predicts her way to 1st place The first week of The Glen- ville Democrat Football Contest got a solid kick-off for the thir- teen-week event with 15 persons entering. The top four finishers for the contest period covering games played the weekend be- ginning August 30 all chose the winners of five games correctly, including the tie breaker. The winner, Peggy Reed of Glenville, came the closest to correctly guessing the total points of the tie breaker game with a guess of 50 points. The game total was 48. From Colum- bia, South Carolina, Dave Peterson finished second with a guess of 52. The third and fourth place points went to Garry Kight, of Glenville, with a 55 point guess and John Gumm, also of Glen- viUe, who predicted a 31 point game. Carol Stansberry, of Ritchie County, came in fifth with four correct guesses, ex- cluding the tie breaker. For those of you who are un- aware, the contest is a weekly event that pays $10 to the first place winner and $5 to second place. Also, first through fifth places receive 10, seven, five, three and one point(s) respec- tively. At the conclusion of the contest, the entrant who has ac- cumulated the most points will receive $100 and the second place finisher will receive $50. Although the Titans out- gained Gauley Bridge in total yards 215-192, they came up on the short end of the scoring, los- ing 32-8 in their season opener played Friday night at Rohrbough Field. Tailback Shawn Stephens made a strong showing in the season opener with 95 rushing yards on 14 carries. The 5' 8", 135 pound freshman also com- pleted a 60-yard pass for the only Gilmer County touchdown of the game. For the defense, senior back James Moore recovered one of two Gauley Bridge fumbles and had one pass interception. When speaking of the loss, head coach Willard Wright said the team's "age showed up in- stead of their ability." Offen- sively, the eleven starters con- sisted of two freshmen, two sophomores, four juniors and only three seniors. Gilmer County will face Walton at GandeeviLle on Satur- day, September 7 at 1:00 p.m. Final Statistics Team GB GIL 17 First Downs 7 155 Rushing Yardage 136 37 Passing Yardage 79 192 Net Yardage 215 3-6-1 PC-PA-Int. 6-16-2 1-30 Punts-Average 3-37.3 2-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 6-50 Penalties 6-45 Individual Leaders Gauley Rushing --- Butch Ferrell 20 for 63 yards, Scott Winter 14 for 56 yards. Gilmer Rushing -- Shawn Stephens 14 for 95 yards, Jason Fisher 5 for 36 yards. Gauley Passing --- Brian John- son 3 of 6 for 37 yards (1 inter- ception). Gilmer Passing -- Shawn Stephens 1 of 2 for 60 yards, Bamette 4 of 13 for 14 yards (2 interceptions), William Ratliff 1 of I for 5 yards. Gauley Receiving- Nick Ni- cholas 3 for 37 yards. Giimer Receiving -- James Moore 1 for 60 yards, Jason Fisher 3 for 16 yards. Gilmer Defense -- Denny Hardman 7 tackles, 4 assists; Adam Minigh 7 tackles, 1 assist; Jeff Montgomery 8 tackles, 5 as- sists; James Moore 1 intercep- tion and 1 fumble recovery. are ! auran RL 5 (next to Foodland Plaza) FREE DELIVERY 462-7161 (Now including Saturday afternoon) 1991 Gilmer County Titan assistant football coach Bill Turner, head coach Wiilard Wright and assistant coach David Jaffres. Sean Hunt to run at Kent State University Enl Form Sept. 13 Sept. 13 Sept. 14 .___Glenville St. vs. Cumberland, KY Sept. 14 _.__Marshall Univ. vs. Morehead State Sept. 14 .__Rutgers vs. Duke Sept. 14 ___Ohio St. vs. Louisville Sept. 16--Monday Night NFL .___Kansas City vs. Houston Tie Breaker --- Sept. 15 --- NFL ...Pittsburgh vs. New England Total Points --- Name Phone ..... Entry deadline: Thursday, Sept. 12 --- 3:00 p.m. Drop off at The Glenville Democrat or any of the businesses listed below. ED BY: • Derrick Restaurant, Lounge and Cafe, 9 East Main Street • • United National Bank Central, 101 East Main Street • • Trio Petroleum Corporation, Sand Fork • • Danny's Auto Repair, Rt. 5 West, Glenville • • Stouts True Value Hardware & Variety Store, Foodland Plaza • • Gil-Co Pharmacy, 32 East Main Street • • Smith Land Surveying, 224 West Main Street • • Glenville Foodland, Foodland Plaza ° • Gregory's Truck & Auto Shop, Inc., Leading Creek ° • John Westfall, D. D. S., 809 Mineral Rd. • • Doweli Schlumberger, Inc., Rt. 33 East, Glenville • ~ay's ~hde-A- qCay Now open 11 a.m. Monday thru Saturday -- Sunday, 1 p.m. Entertainment. I Saturday, September 7--Steve Hughes Band--9 to 1 Saturday, September 14--Dover Crossing--9 to 1 Friday, September 20--Swamp Fox--9 to 1 Saturday, September 21--Best on Wax (DJ) --9 to 1 Monday Night, Happy Hour -- 7 to 9 Thursday Night, Ladies Night -- Starts at 7 Friday, Pool Tournament Now serving food with daily specials and late night breakfast on weekends, First Place: $10 and 10 points Second Place: $5 and 7 points Third Place: 5 points Fourth Place: 3 points Fifth Place: 1 point (Based on most points accumulated at end of 13 week period) Freshman Sean Hunt of Glen- ville, is beginning his-first sea- son as a member of the Kent State University cross country team. The Flashes are coached by Rod O'Donnell. Hunt, a product of Gilmer County High School, was one of the top distance runner sin West Virginia during his high school career. He was the state cross country champion during his fi- nal two years at GCHS. Hunt also competed in track during high school, and finished third in the 3,200 meters at the state championships last spring. "Scan will make an immedi- ate impact on our cross country program," said O'Donnell. Hunt will compete in track as well as cross country at Kent. The Kent cross country team opens its 1991 season by hosting the Kent Invitational September 14 at 10 a.m. on the Flashes' home course near Campus Cen- ter Drive. Kent also hosts this season's Mid-American Confer- ence Championships on Novem- ber2. -< SEPTEMBER 8 _