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Page 4 -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004 ’' By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 (, "g "'" | THE 'GAME WINNING' TD: NOT SO! -- With 7:15 minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Pioneers ahead of Millersville by a comfortable 31-20 lead, this nifty touchdown catch by G SC's Emery Williams (Dark jersey, No. 84, in endzone) would have put the game out-of-reach for the scrappy Pennsylvania visitors. To the contrary, the game officials voided the TD, because of an offensive holding penalty. This negated GSC touchdown, in part, helped ignite Millersville to roar back with two TDs in the last five minutes to upend the spirited home team, 34-31, at Morris Stadium in GSC's first NCAA regional district game. (Staffphotos byDave Core•ran, Sr.) SOMBER GSC SIDELINE -- In the last five minutes of the Millersvitle game, the Glenville State sideline became as quiet as a tomb, as the visitors came back like lightning to snatch a victory in what appeared earlier as a certain GSC win. New Head Coach Alan Fiddler (center, black shirt, light pants) tries to fire up the Pioneers' offensive and defensive units to pull out the victory over the visiting Marauders from Millersville, but to no avail. The coach, however, remains confident that the Pioneers will make a substantially better showing against West Chester -- another Pennsylvania regional opponent --- on this Sat., Sept. 11 at 1 p.m. at Ike and Sue Morris Stadium on Mineral Road. - Calhoun Banks-Glenville • Come enjoy: • • ALL YOU GAN EAT SPAGIL'TT! DIN IER GNLY . • SINGLE Pt3klrE • : *Also available, curb-side service, call your order in and • we will carry it out to your vehicle.. " • 44IO.-70 . : Dinner starts at 6:00 pin, ends once 3rd quarter starts. • • Specials last till end of game . proudly present 000 fgn GSC vs. West Chester, PA. • 1:00 PM • on this SAT., SEPT. 11 • at MORRIS STADIUM, GLENVILLE You can 'bank' on Calhoun Banks for supporting the Pioneers in their quests for a winning season and the WVIA C Championship ! If you can, attend this game at home, and boost the Pioneers on to victory. But, ff you can't attend, you can help the team by joining the Pioneer Athletic Club. With donations of $35 or more, you can take great pleasure in knowing that you're making those victories possible. Call Athletic Director Greg Bamberger at 462-4102 for details, or just fill out, clip, and mail a check with the convenient, below coupon in this ad. I Pioneer Athletic Club Donation u I I NAME: I I PHONE: AMOUNT: $ I I ADDRESS: I L mm mmm mm m m m m m m m m mm m m m =m m m mm mmm m m,mm m mm m m m m J Choose the level of P.A.C. membership that you're comfortable with and, then, sit back to ;njoy the benefits. Be a Booster for a donation of $35-$149; a Blue, $150-$299; a Silver, $300-$499; a Starter, $500- s999; Captain, Sl,000-*2,499; Coach s2,500-s4,999; or a Royal Blue Pioneer $5,000. For more details, telephone Athletic Director Greg Bamberger at 462-7361. Join a winning team and support our local college by making out a check in any amount to the "GSC Foundation" with a check memo to "P.A.C." for membership. Cut out the coupon and mail it to: Glenville State College • Athletic Department/P.A.C. • Gienville, WV 26351 Remember, on this SaL, Sept. 11, your Pioneers will be in action at home vs. West Chester (See next week's newspaper edition for the game's write up). Don't Forget the Next Game: It's Away -Against Clarion, PA on Sat., Sept. 18, at 6:00 p.m. Sponsored by: "C % ( 1 t t t i Marauders steal victory from Pioneers I P Aftergivingupthegame'sfirsttouch- quick as they scored in two plays that The Marauder's then failed on their at- down, The Glenville State Pioneers (0- lasted 26 seconds. The extra point at- tempt at a two-point conversion as the E 2,0-0) responded by outscoring the tempt was blocked by the Pioneers, Pi°neers'intercepted the ballin theend Millersville University Marauders (1 - leaving the Pioneers with a 31-20 lead zone 1 0-0)31-7 as the contest entered the, with 9"02 remainine, ~='~'",A~";" ,h,~ t~;,,,,~ ,,u,,.,-,~ ......... ,u,.,,,t" r'o~"~'"";'" E q~ EINI-ID~ng Gi h Fb lka dP%za 4 62:50 51__ I E fourth quarter. In complete control and The Pioneers. Troy Cloud returned and were unable to put together a drive ww easily on their way to head coach Alan the ensuing kickoff46 yards to the 50- as the MarAuders intercepted Conrad Fiddler's first victory at Glenville State yard line. After two plays and a 15- for the secondtimein the fourth quarter College, the Pioneers began to sputter, yard, personal foul for unslx, r, sman- The Marauders then began their third ultimately leading to a 20-point fourth like conduct against the Marauders, drive of the fourth quarter with 4"49 to F O -- " quarter rally for the visitors and aheart- the Pioneers had first and e, oal inside play Beginnin,, at the Glenville 37- breaking 34-31 loss for the Pioneers. the one yard line. The Pioneers then yard'line the Marauders went 37 yards After Pioneer running back Damon had a false start, a holding penaltv, and in seven'plays and took the lead'on a ....... McDowellscored hi second touchdown an incomplete pass on the next'three four-yard'touchdownreception byRyan of the evening, the Pioneers led 31-14 plays, bringingupthirdandgoalonthe Cliff The Marauders then converted a with 3:27 remaining in the third quarter. 16-yard line. Pioneer quarterback Joey two-point conversion as Dan Csencsitz [ The score would remain the same, as Conrad was then intercepted in the end connectedwithAndyNeupauer giving the contest entered the fourth quarter, zone by Millersville's Brandon Scott, the Marauders a 34-31 lead ' l- After the Pioneers' first possession of ending the Pioneers drive. The Pioneers began their final pus- r the fourth quarter ended with a lost Millersville again went on the at- session at their own 25-yard line with fumble, the Marauders began the first tack, as Marauder quarterback Dan ~'33 remaining Conrad scrambled for 1~ of three fourth quarter possessions, all Csencsitz completed four of seven at- li yards and a first down on the drive's of which would eventually result in temptsonthesevenplay,80-yarddrive firt a t i " 6 [ ............ s pl y, ge t ng the Pioneers to the 3 - toucn~aowns. ~ne Marauuers struck tnat brought the game's score to 31-26. yard line. Conrad was sacked on the / next play and threw an incompletion to ' wide receiver Derek Patterson on the • °°•••••••••••••••••••••••°•••••••••e next play. On third down and 13 yards I~l • • to go, Conrad found wide receiver An- : MONi~AY NIGHT TBALL PARTY: toni• Carter for seven yards, bringing I • ,,,,re,m_~ --- ,--, • ..... ,-- • the Pioneers to a fourth down and six at i • Wlll’lt : "line Main l vent ports liar e tirille • theirown40-yardline On fourth down • • Conrad just missed tlght end Joseph •Whon° E...... u,._.L., rile.h- l,.._ ,k...-._=t ....... • Keeney. Millersville gained possession • ~ q) ₯I:;E-~ L.TLUHUqlLI L IqJE" MILE; I~HIk,JLI["W~ ~qI~UUH J' tth~ut • and was able to run the final 50 seconds • • off the clock. • 50-CENT DRAFTS • • ilEAUTIFIUL GUEST IIAiMrlENDEigS • •" 50/50 Drawing . " •" NFL Team items will be given away every week, , " • and lots morel! • • A pereenu4,,e of the go to support your local • • Tan Kappa Epsilon Fraternity . • Event sponsored by: " • The Main Event Sports Bar & Grill, LLC• • & Tau Kappa Epsilon alunmi • Remember as always: 21 to drink, 18 to eat. • • Proper ID required to enter. • Octob 16 Seasons Op ( r S t, i i r t t~ I C C S C f £ r t, r a t ) Offensively, the Pioneers collected 493 total yards, 353 through the air, on 92 plays. The Pioneers also converted The 2004 West Virginia big game The bear archery season opens on 35 first downs on the evening and held archery seasons open on Saturday, October 16 and runs through Novem- the ball for 33:42. However, the Pio- October 16, 2004 offering some of ber20, and is open statewide with the neers were forced into four turnovers the best deer and bear hunting oppor- exception of the Cranberry Closed (two interceptions and two fumbles) Pop Secret 500 tunities in the eastern United States, Area as shown in the 2004-2005 hunt- and punted five times in the contest. Sunday, August 29 according toCurtis I.Taylor, Chiefof ing regulations. During 2003, a total Individually. quarterback Joey Conrad California Speedway the Division of Natural Resources' of 772 bears were harvested by went 28 of 53 for 353 yards, two touch- Top Ten WildlifeResources Section. Approxi- bowhunters. The bear population in downs, and two interceptions. Conrad (start pus. in parentheses) mately 150,000 bowhunters will take West Virginia continues to increase to the woods and fields of West Vir- and expand in range, and as a result connected with seven different receiv- 1. (17) Elliott Sadler, Ford. ginia in pursuit of their favorite big bowhunters are experiencing in- ersontheevening.Thereceivingduoof 2. (5) RKasey Kahne, Dodge. game quarry this fall. creased hunting opportunities for Antonio Carter and Tavon McGee 3. (11) Mark Martin, Ford. The statewide deer archery season bears outside of the "traditional" caught nine passes each. McGee tallied 4. (23) Jamie McMurray, Dodge. opens on Saturday, October 16 and mountain counties. 137 yards and a touchdown on his nine 5.(14) RyanNewman, Dodge.runsthroughDecember31. Thedeer Wild boar archery season opens catches. Running back Damon 6. (19) Carl Edwards, Ford. archery harvest is expected to be simi- October 16 and continues through McDowell led the Pioneers' rushing at- 7. (9) Scott Riggs, Chevy. lar to the 2003 harvest when 29,790 December 31. Hunters are reminded tack as he gained 58 yards on 14 carries 8. (25) Dale Jarrett, Ford. deer were harvested by bowhunters, that the wild boar population remains and scored two touchdowns. 9. (35) Robby Gordon, Chevy. Bowhunters are reminded that they low, as is reflected in the 2003 ar- Defensively, the Pioneers allowed 10.(26) Rusty Wallace, Dodge. have until October 15 to purchase chery boar harvest of two boar har- 509 total yards. 410 through the air, on 77 total plays.Thedefense, which forced their additional deer archery licenses vested in the state. Hunters are re- five turnovers on the day (three inter- Top Ten in points: (Class RB and RRB). minded that they may'take only one ception and two fumbles), was led by 1. J.Johnson 3,482 Also, bowhunters should note that wild boar per year and that the season Jacquez Taylor's eight tackles. 2. J.Gordon 3,432 in 2004, archery huntersin countiesnot is only open in Boone, Logan, Ra- The Pioneers will play West Chester 3. D.Earnhardt Jr. 3,366 open to firearms deer hunting may leigh, and Wyoming counties. (PAl University next week in an after- 4. T.Stewart 3,304 take two deer on Class RB or RRB For more information on archery noon contest that is slated for a l :00pm 5. M.Kenseth 3,253 licenses(oneperlicenseandonemust hunting opportunities in West Vir- be antlerless) provided that the first ginia, contact any DNR District Of- kickoff. West Chester will enter the 6. E.Sadler 3,204 archery deer harvested was taken in a fice or visit the website at contest with a 1-1 record, after defeat- 7. K.Busch 3,186 county open to firearms deer hunting, www.wvdnr.gov. ing Clarion University in their season 8. R.newman 3,078 opener and falling to #14 nationally 9. K.Kahne 3,067 '-Sports are con't, on Page 7"o- ranked NW Missouri State in week two. 10. M.Martin 3,058 = i