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Thursday, September 10, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat Page 7 Glenville Pioneers Fall 1-1 -- After Tough, 30-13, UT-Chattanooga OFFENSIVE LINE TIGHTENS UP- Center Chris Yeager and Right Guard Bo Cielinski helped the offense out gain their opponent 379 to 332 yards. ittle Pioneers B-Team start season ; Little Y The GilmerCounty B Team moved Ferguson had two catches for 43 AtquarterbackNickStalnakermade to 2-0 on the season with a 20-6 vic- yards, followed by Hunter Self with large strides on the ground. Stalnaker tory over defending league champion two catches for 25 yards and Jerod had 49 yards rushing, including a Ripley on Sunday, August 30. Luzader with one reception for 12 touchdown run of 32 yards. He also Trey Shuff got the scoring started yards, had an impressive 80-yard TD run with a one yard run early in the second The Little Pioneer Defense was led that was brought back due to penalty. quarter and also ran in the two-point by Carter Springer with four tackles Isaac Poole also had a strong day at conversion to give Gilmer County an and a fumble recovery. Trey Shuff RB. Poole rushed for 20 yards total, 8-0 lead. andChandlerFergusonhadthreetack- including an 8-yard TD. Following a Jerod Luzader fumble les each, followed by Preston Allison, On Defense, theLittle Pioneers were recovery on the ensuing kickoff, the Dalton Rose, and Tyler Meadows, led by; Bradley McHenry with six Little Pioneers took advantage of the who had two tackles each. tackles: Two of the boy's tackles turnoverwithafour-yardrunbyCarter Jerod Luzader turned in a stellar were for a loss. Springer to put Gilmer County up 14- day defensively with three take-a- Kyle Arbogast added five tackles 0 entering halftime, ways (two fumble recoveries and one and a forced tumble. The fumble was Dalton Law recovered a fumble in interception). Dalton Law had a big recovered by Jakob Gragg. Gragg the end zone for a touchdown early in day as well with two fumble recover- also had three tackles of his own. the fourth quarter to put the Little ies, one in the endzone for a touch- Chase Steele had five tackles on the Pioneers up 20-0 with 6:00 to play.i down. Hunter Selfalsoaddedafumble day, followed by Trenton Frame with Ripley would score late in the contest recovery, four and Lucas Facemire and Tristan to !out the final margin of victory at The C-Team also made an impres- Peggs with three apiece. 20-6. sive showing as they fell to the Vi- The Little Pioneers return to action Carter Springer had a big day rush~ kings 36-16. on Sunday, September 13 at Morris ing with 96 yards on 20 carries (1TD), On offense, running back Justyn Stadium in Glenville. The first game followed by Chandler Ferguson with Dean led the team with 65 yards rush- begins at lp.m. 10carriesforl6yards, andTreyShuff ing. Dean also earned two of the Thisisthehomeopenerforallthree with five carries for 11 yards (1TD). Pioneers when he grabbed a three- LittlePioneerteams. Please come out Shuff also ended the day, going 5/ yard conversion, and support these youngsters. 10 passing for 80 yards. Charleston's Distance Race- Senior Athletes Excel DIVISION-1 COMPETITION- After meeting their opponent in the middle of the field to shake.hands, the Pioneers walk away from the 14,200 crowd at Finley Stadium. The Charleston Distance Run managed a first place in his (65-69) Walter Seamon(69) of Wheeling events: America's 15 Miler and the age group for the past four years, placed first in the 65-69AGin the 15 5K Run began with a 7:30 start at the Bailey plans to compete in the 2010 Milefun and64th of 482witha 1:50:38 State Capital's Kanawha Boulevard ediction of the Charleston 5K... with time, and Charleston's Andrew and finished in Laidley Field. hopes for a much faster time and a Curry(66) was 73rd with a 1:51:41. Local runner, Jim Bailey (age 68) five year age group sweep with a win Roy Hughes (62) took the 60-64 5K opted for the 5K (3.1 mile) race. He at age 69. and 32nd overall 21:04 time. finished 68th of 450 that were listed in Excellent times posted by the other Note: Walt Seamon, WV premier the Sunday Gazette-Mail, September Senior Grand Master (SGM) runners distance SGM runner, has dominated 6th. The23:16timewasslowerethan in the 15 Miler and 5K are notewor- the SGM division for the past 10 his previous 5Ks. However, he has thy. years. The Minnie Hamilton Health System urges you to I' Pioneer fans, See the game this Saturday, Sept. 12, as Glenville plays away against Seton Hill. Kick-Off: 3 p.m. in Greensburg, PA A PERFECT PUNT- Freshman punter Tanner Collins averaged 32 yards a punt in Chattanooga. Pioneers open up conference action Sat., 12 when they travel to Seton Hill. Kickoff set for 3:00p.m. DEFENSIVE LINE REMAINS STRONG- Sione Maafu, starting Nosetackle, wraps up UTC #32 for a tackle. Choose the level of P.A.C. membership that you're comfortable with and, then, sit back to enjoy the benefits. Be a Booster for a donation of s50-s199; a Blue, s200- 349; a Silver, $350-s549; a Starter, *550- s999; Captain, $1,000-s2,499; Coach $2,500-s4,999; or a Royal Blue Pioneer s5,000+. For more details, telephone the Athletic Dept. 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 below and mail it to: Glenville State College Athletic Department/P.A.C. Glenville, WV 26351 m Pioneer Athletic Club Donation m i I I NAME: | I PHONE: AMOUNT: $ I I ADDRESS: | II ......................... ,-- =. -= B11 Yes, join the Pioneer Athletic Club (P.A.C.), so we'll all be winners --- GSC's teams, our local businesses, and the community. Glenville State College's football team is developing a fresh, new sports tradition. You like to be on the winning side, and so do we. In the past several years, the GSC record proves that we're a winner. Call Athletic Director Janet James Bailey at 304-462-4102. Also, don't miss the Pioneers' next game --- against arch rivals Fairmont State! So, get your medical check-ups at Minnie Hamilton's Glenville Office and be ready the game at 7 p. m. on Thurs., Sept. 17, at Fairmont. to see Minnie Hamilton Health 809 Mineral Road, Glenville, W.V. 26351 (Front Entrance) Clinic Services: Mon.- Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sat. 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Laboratory Services: M-F 7:30-6:30p.m.; Sat. 7:30-5:00p.m. Radiology Services: M-F 9:30-6:00p.m. Orders from outside physicians welcome. 304-462-7322