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4 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder The Glenville Democrat Pathfinder High Calla Much Face Doddridge County in homecoming Friday The Giimer County Titans won their second game of the season here Friday night with an impressive 38-0 win over the Walton Tigers at VanHorn Field. The Titans scored in every quarter in running their record to 2-1 on the campaign under new head football coach Ran- dy Clark. Steve Carney scored Gilmer's first touchdown of the evening at the 7:25 mark of the opening canto on a 25 yard scamper. The try for the PAT from placement failed. Carney's run capped a 63 yard Titan drive. Carney scored again with 2:11 left' before the horn sounded, this time from two yards out. Jamie Minney added the PAT kick and Gilmer led 13-0. In the second period, Rob Norman scored from five yards out at the 5:13 mark and Wayne Stump returned an intercep- tion 26 yards for a score at the 3:48 mark and Gilmer led 27-0 at intermission following a two point conversion by Pat Roberts. Norman's touchdown plunge capped a sustained 51 yard Titan march against the Tigers. Trailing 22-0 and forced to go to the air, Stump was in perfect position for the in- terception and the score. The Titans added a field goal in the third period, a 31 yard boot by Jamie Minney with 3:49 to go and another in- terception return for a score in the final period, this one of 23 yards by Dan Minney with 6:41 remaining in the contest. Gilmer finished the contest with 227 yards on the ground and 39 through the air for 266 yards in total offense. Pat Roberts again led the Titan rushing attack with 113 yards on 17 carries. In three games, Roberts has rushed for 156, 99 and 113 yards. Carney followed Roberts in rushing with 44 yards while both Rob Norman and Jamie Minney collected 38 yards. In the 1Sassing department, Jeff Campbell hit one of four for 24 yards and Roberts was one of one for 15 yards. Roberts cau pass for 24 FEATURING II Sat., Sept. 22 9:00 to 1:00 All Proceeds Donated To The WV Cancer Society Sponsored By The WV Trappers . Association Tickets Available At The Door s15.00 Per Couple yards and Campbell one for 15 stripes. The Titan defense in- tercepted three Phil Kee passes in the contest, one each by Roberts, Stump and D. Minney, two of which were returned for scores. Also, the team recovered three Tiger fumbles, one each by J. Smith, Parsons and K. Hanks. Somerville led the Titan defense with 15 tackles follow- ed by Norman 10, Carney, Rick Smith and Todd Jolliff, each with nine, and J. Minney and Pegg, both with eight. Players of the week were Rob Norman and Kenny Schoolcraft on offense and Somerville on defense. The Titans entertain the Doddridge Bulldogs on Friday in the annual homecoming contest. Gametimne is slated for8 p.m. in the Little Kanawha Conference encounter. Here is a summary of the game played last Friday night against the Tigers: Walton 0 0 0 0 - 0 Gilmer 13 14 3 6 - 36 G - Steve Carney 25 run (kick failed) G- Carney 2 run (Jamie Minney kick) G - Rob Norman 5 run (Pat Roberts run) G o Wayne Stump 26 intercep- tion return (kick failed) G - FG Minney 31 G - Danny Minney 23 intercep- tion return (kick failed) Drum Majorette Terri Woodyard (Photos by Alan Kuhlman) The Glenville State College Pioneers, bidding for the se- cond win of the season, were defeated Saturday afternoon 27-8 by the Shepherd Rams in the opening MMVC game of the season for both teams. Following. a scoreless open- ing period, the host Rams lit up the scoreboard with 13 points to take a 13-0 lead into the Iockerroom at intermis- sion. The Shepherd scores came on two one yard plunges by Jim Pope. In the third canto, Glenville cut the Ram lead to 13-8 when Mike McGill grabbed a 13 yard aerial from Terry Spangler. Dennis Gilchrist added the point after for the team's only points of the contest. Shepherd also tallied a third quarter touchdown when Fred Dorsey scored from four yards . out. Carl Terwilliger added the PAT from placement giving Shepherd a 20-7 advantage go- ing into the final period. The Rams added an in- curance score in the fourth period when Pope scored his third touchdown of the after- noon, this one from four yards 4 GCHS MARCHING TITANS out. Terwilliger's kick made the final score. Pope, the workhorse of the contest, finished the game with 143 yards on 41 carries. Glenville fini.shed the con- test with minus-22 yards on 18 tries in the rushing depart- ment. Both Brad Batten and Ar- chie Manuel collected just 12 yards in 11 carries. McGill placed his name in the GSC r cord books for the second week in a row. This time, the talented wide receiver snared 12 passes for 126 yards. Last week, McGill had 10 receptions. Spangler, the conference's leading passer one year ago, finished the game with 271 yards. Last week, Spangler threw for 276 yards in Glen- ville's exciting 30-27 win over Georgetown, Kentucky. Glenville returns to WVC ac- tion on Satu[day traveling to Institute to battle the Yellow Jackets of West Virginia State. Gametime is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Shepherd will play host to West Liberty in the annual Civitan Bowl at 7:30 p.m. Here S . wiiliger S- G- Terry S S. wVC Our first week of forecasting has ended and a few of the members of our forecast te lcm wished it would go back to where it came from. As a team, the predictors hit 85 of 140, that's only 61 percent, and that's TOOOOOOOOO GOOD. , Jill Danny Cline led the forecast team with 14 of 20 for 70 percent. And, Chambers is for real. (He said before this started that this was HIS year.) Jay was in second place with 13 of 20 and 65 percent. He was followed by Steve Boilon, BOO r,.-" ing and Jane "Phyllis" Homing with 12 of 20 for 60 percent. Bringing up the tail for the first week was our president, Robert D. Arnold ball coach Randy Clark. Each hit only 11 of 20 for 55 percent. That's just one game .... isn't it?t? We have some good games in line for you this week and some wild picks, please, us luck, at least some of us. We won't mention any names, ok Robert and RandY. GIImer vs. Doddddge Calhoun vs. Willlemstown Brexton vs. Pocahontas Ravenswond vs. Valley(F) St. Marys vs. Frontier Spencer vs. Rtpley Clay vs. Buffalo(P) Walton vs. Hundred Peden City vs. Sistersville WVU vs. NC State Marshall vs. Ohio U. Glenville vs. WV State Purdue vs. Notre Dame Clemsoa vs. Ge~rgle Pitt vs. North Carolina New England vs. San Diego St. Louis vs. Washington Minnesota vs. Green Bay Atlanta vs. Detroit Cinoinnati vs. Houston ARNOLD CLINE BOILON JANE CLARK Last Year Last Year Last Year Last Year Last Year 82-120 104-140 0-0 85-140 0-0 68% 74% 0% 61% 0% Last Week Last Week Last Week Last Week Last week 1 1.20 14-20 12.20 12-20 1 1.20 55% 70% 60% 60% 55% GIImer Doddridge Gilrner Giimer Gtlmer Calhoun WilllamstownWilllamstown Willlamstown WHllemstOWn [" xton Pocahontas Braxton eraxton Brexton Ravenswood Valley(F) Ravenawood Ravenswood Ravenswood St. Merys St. Marys Frontier St. Marys St. Marys Spencer Spencer Spencer Spencer Ripley_, Clay Buffalo(P) Buffalo(P) Clay Buffalo(P1 Hundred Walton Walton Hundred Walton Paden City Paden City Slstersville Paden City Slstereville NC State NC State NC State NC State NC State Ohio U Ohio U Ohio U Ohio U Ohio U WV State WV State WV State Glenville WV ~ate Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Clemson Georgia Clemson Georgia Georgia Pitt Pitt Pitt Pitt Pitt San Diego New England San Diego New England San Diego St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis Minnesota Green Bay Minnesota Minnesota Green BaY Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta AtlimtUi Houston Houston Houston Houston HouslWt