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! Page 6 -- The Gienville Democrat For sports information, call: 304-462-7309 Thursday, September 10, 2009 i Illllil% Your Local Sports News! I lllllll By Jamie Mullins Sports Reporter On Friday, Sept. 4, the Gilmer County Titans opened up their season at home against visiting South Harrison. With a crowd full of their own fans, they hoped they could turn things around from the previous weeks loss at Calhoun. Early in the first quarter, things looked up for the Titans. The pio- neers found their way on the score board first with a pass between quar- terback Luke DeMarino and Josh Burton. The Titans took an early lead, 6-0. However, South Harrison answered with three touchdowns of their own. Two of those were off of long breaks of 57 and 37 yards by the South rush- ing offense. Gilmer, finally, found their way back onto the score board with a three- yard run by QB DeMarino. The two- point conversion attempt was again unsuccessful, and the score was 20- 12. With things tight, the Titans hoped to go into halftime with high hopes, but South Harrison put up two more touchdowns for a 34-12 halftime score. Gilmer scored once more in the catches for 106 yards and both of the for 31 yards while Sam Dennison second halfoffofanotherconnection Titan air touchdowns, added three rushes for 14 yards. between DeMarino and Burton for 36 Joel Roberts added three catches The Titans return to action this Fri- yards, for 34 yards, and Ryan Hough had day, September 11 when theytravelto DeMarino had a strong game in the two grabs for 57 yards. Wirt County. The neighboring rival pocket with 11 of 26 for 198 yards and Nathan Bell led the ground gameshould set up an interesting conffon- two touchdowns, with 15 carries for 56 yards, ration on the field. Don't miss the Burton led the receivers with five Hough contributed three carriesaction! Kick off at 7:30p.m. THE TITAN OFFENSE SETS UP FOR A TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPT. Cody James of Normantown hit a Hole-In-One on hole num- ber 4 at the Glenville Golf Course August 16, 2009. This was witnessed by Ryan Hough, Dylan Montgomery, and Josh • • • • • O0 0 • O0 • 000000 • • O0 O0 • • QO00 Morris pl nts (304)462-7382 00000000 • Sept. 19: Special Olympic Softball Tournament - Time TBA • Sept. 27" Bridgeport fall baseball team vs. Sissonville fall baseball team- " , Time TBA • • Oct. 4: GSC College Softball Tourna- : ment - First game starts at 10:00 a.m. • Oct. 4: WV Tech vs. D&E College scrimmage baseball game - 1:00 p.m. • Oct. 18: North vs. South High School : Baseball Game- Time TBA O • O 00 O O O O • O O • • • • • • • • 0000000000000 O QB LUKE DEMARINO GOES BACK FOR THE PASS. THE TITANS MOTION TO THE CROWD A TOUCHDOWN Plans arc underway for the annual Pr()gram, administered by SJMH.program. "Bill Adler, for whom the tournament Stonewall Jackson Memorial High-school seniors graduating from Thisyear, the two original students is named, was a strong believer in Hospital's Golf Tournament, to be Lewis. Gilmer, or Webster Counties who received funds, Corey Casto both education and good healthcare. held on Monday, October 12, at the can apply for the scholarship. Stu Miller and Stephanie Bean Smith, It is very appropriate that we have Arnold Plainer SignatureGolfCourse. dents must plan to attend a West Vir- graduated with four-year nursing de- named the tournament in his honor." The tourmunent is a four-person ginia school and to graduate in a greesfromWestVirginiaUniversity. Chris Lattimer will also help in the scramblc i,,rmat, with a shotgun start healthcawe field. "It is very gratifying to think that coordination of the tournament this at 11 a.m In the [ire years that the scholar we have helped so many students year. Interested parties can call Proceeds Irom the tournament ben- ship pt~gram has been in place. 33 over the past five years," said tourna- i~attimer at 269-8173 or Spelsberg at efit the M. William Adler Scholarship students have received funds from the ment co-coordinator, Julia Spelsberg. 269-8167. ENERGY STAR Oood .C.& to - All Gilmer County Athletes, Your Coaches & Various Teams ---~ 115~ Wu~ lfflle I'lmnm~ 8mff$$e / iltM-IImm l llt $ ~~~ State Delegate David Walker GIL-CO FAITH PHARMACY 356 wv HwY 5 East Glenville, WV Phone: 462-8300 Hours: After hours emergency, call: Men. - Fri.: 8:30 am - 7:00 pm Doug: 462-5554 Sat.: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Scott: 462-7355 Our family looks forward to serving your family. Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet, R.Ph. Doug Moss, R.Ph. Lori Hummer, R.Ph. "For the word of the Lord is right and true; He is faithful in all He does." (Psalm 33:4) • SPORT SHOP Now in Stock: DPMS AR-15's / • Now carrying Dr. Armours Channel Catfish Bait / = Cross-bows now arriving; / - Catfish, Bass & Muskie fishing supplies Hi-Point Semi-Auto Carbines in Stock BENNE' "S HOME & AU"O PP!₯, INC, 126 MAIN AVENUE, WESTON 269 1522 We Service Wh~t We Sell With Factory Trained Personnel 30~60~98 Days No Interest Free Delivery Within 25 Miles Free HauI Away of Old Appliances Free Normal installation WWW, BEN NETTSOFWESTON.COM Get Ready For Early Doe Season. Starts Sept. 14 in Gilmer Countr ~: Phone 304.462.8688 Open: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Sat. Scientific Breakthrough in Channel Catfishing! Be Ready for Late Summer and FaH Fishing 8 oz. bait, bait application system, 2 dip worms, directions and special tips for fishermen $14.95 plus $4.95 for shipping Channel Catfish Catchers, LLC channelcatfishcatchersllc @ yahoo, corn Products in Gilmer County Available at Willie's Sport Shop SAVE Sept.l, 2009 - Nov. 30, 2009 TAX EXEM HOLIDAy from State of West Virginia on Energy Star Apphanees Save 6% Sales Tax on any non-commercial home or personal use products costing $5000 or less that bear the ENERGY S'tAR label. • R efi'igerators . I)ehumidifiers • Washers • TV s • Ftvezm~ • Dishwashers • Air Conditioners PLUS SAVE EVEN MORE FROM MANU EACTU liE REBATES AND STORE DISCOUNTS Hi., will close Sat. Sept. 5th at l :O0 p.m. & close Sunday and Mcm&o, jbr Labor Day