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Jamie Schindel (17), Lauren Saelens (16), and Jenni Jerome (13) all had double-digit kills for GSC. Erica Hale had 59 assists, and Karly Eskew contributed an outstanding 23 digs. Statistical Leaders for GSC: * Kills - Schindel (17), Saelens (16), Jerome (13); * Assists - Hale (59), Saelens (4); * Digs - Eskew (23), Cooke-Tripp (12), Saelens and Stickelman (10 each); * Blocks - Dann (4 solo, 3 assists), Jerome (1 solo, 1 assist), Hale (1 solo), Saelens (2 assists); * Aces - Schindel, Hale, and Stickelman (1 each). SHEPHERD DOWNS LADY PIONEERS IN 5 GAMES The GSC Lady Pioneers faced con- fcrence foe Shepherd at home on Sat- urday and played their second 5-set match in 24 hours. Despite outhitting the Lady Rams (53 kills to 49, and .213 to .146), the Lady Pioneers' er- rors told the tale in the fifth set. Karly Eskew (22) led the way with another 20-dig performance. "'Hustle like Karly gives is all a JEROME IN THE AIR--Jenni Jerome boasted a double digit dig in the Lady Pioneer victory over visiting Pitt-Johnstown. (Photo byJamie Mullins) coach can ask for," said Coach Maiden. "She has never played libero before but has adapted to it very well, and she leaves everything she has on the floor every match." Erica Hale had 49 assists in the loss, while Jamie Schindel (15), Lauren Saelens (14), and Ashley Dann (10) all reached double-digit kills. Freshman hitter Samantha Shelton provided a spark off the bench, serv- ing 17 times and handing out 3 aces with no errors. GSC fell to the WVIAC foe (23- 25), 25-22, 25-20, (18-25), (7-15). "They showed some heart alter game one and pulled themselves ahead in the match," said Maiden, "'but either physical or mental fatigue showed in the last two sets, and that told the tale." Statistical Leaders for GSC: * Assists - Erica Hale (49); * Digs - Karly Eskew (22), Erica Hale (14), Lauren Saelens (12); * Kills - Jamie Schindel (15), Saelens (14), Ashley Dan n (10); * Aces - Samantha Shelton (3), Hale (2); * Blocks -Chelsea Cooke-Tripp (2 solo), Hale (2 solo), Schindel ( 1 solo, 1 assist), Dann (2 assists). Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course at Stonewall Resort Recognized for Environmental Excellence; Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Roanoke, W.Va. - The Arnold Pahner Signature Golf Course at Stonewall Resort, near Weston, has been recQgnized as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary" through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary program of Audubon In- ternational. This is the second time Stonewall Resort's golf course has been so des- ignated. The course is one of 693 golf and protect natural resources. To be certified, golf courses must demonstrate that they maintain a high degree of environmental quality in a number of categories, including En- vironmental Planning, Wildlife & Habitat Management, Outreach and Education, Chemical Use Reduction and Safety, Water Conservation, and Water Quality Management. Golf courses go through a recertifi- Arnold Palmer Signa{ure Golf Course. The resort is located at Stonewall Resort State Park near Westo, at Exit 91 off of US 79. Stonewall Resort is a joint private/public dvel- opment between McCabe-Hentey LP and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. BenchmarkHos- pitality International operates Stone- wall Resort. For more information about Stonewall Resort, call 304-269- Sports Reporter In the final seconds of the Little Pioneers A-Team's battle against the Roane Raiders, the fans sat on the edge of their seats wondering how the game would end. The Pioneers were up, 8-6, but the Raiders sat way into the red zone with another score in their sights and only seconds remaining on the clock. As the Raider quarterback threw toward his receiver, Ty Harkleroad reached up and grabbed the ball for an interception in the end zone, as time ran off the clock. It was the first win of the season for these A-Team ath- letes. On Offense, the Pioneers had scored midway through the first half when Colton Rose and Anthony Dean con- nected for a pass, tying the score at 6- 6. Unlike the Raiders, Rose gained the Pioneers the extra two points with a quick QB sneak. Rose connected on eight-of-12 passes for the day for 77 yards. Dean caught four of those passes for 52 yards and the solo touchdown. Dante Hall added two receptions for 17 yards, while Ethan B urkhammer added a grab for five yards. On the ground, Harkleroad took five carries tour yards, and he also grabbed a pass for six. Hunter Moore also had five carries for a yard and grabbed a fumble. It was the defense that proved ex- tremely stron in the A-Team vir'tc, rx, Moore and Rose each put up 12 tackles. Cody "Pork Chop" Richards and courses in the world to receive the honor. "We are extremely honored to re- ceive this prestigious designation from the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary," said Mike Hager, the resort's general manager. "I'd especially like to rec- ognize Chad Clovis, CGCS, director of resort facilities, and Phil Curran, golf course superintendent, and their team who led this effort and have been instrumental in maintaining the sanctuary status for the resort' s Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course." "The Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort has shown a strong commit- ment to its environmental program," said Jim Sluiter, staffecologist for the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Pro- grams. "[and the team there] are to be commended for their efforts to pro- vide a sanctuary for wildlife on the golf course property.'" The Audubon Cooperative Sanctu- ary Program for Golf Courses, en- dorsed by the United States Golf As- sociation, provides information and guidance to help golf courses pre- serve and enhance wildlife habitat, cation process every two years. Courses from the United States, Af- rica, Australia, Canada, Central America, Europe, Mexico, and South- east Asia have achieved certification in the program. About Audubon International Audubon International is a not-for- profit, environmental education or- ganization dedicated to educating, as- sisting; and inspiring millions of people from all walks of life to protect and sustain the land, water, wildlife, and natural resources around them. Its award-winning education and cer- tification programs have helped more than 5,800 businesses, golf courses, schools, communities, and new de- velopments improve environmental performance and manage natural re- sources responsibly on more than one million acres of land. About Stonewall Resort The Four Diamond-rated Stonewall Resort is a 208-guestroom property with a lakeside lodge and lakeside cottages, a conference center, restau- rants, complete fitness center and swimming pool, spa and an 18-hole !!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii]iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!! !00i0000000000{{00000000000000{{{{{{{000000i{00{iii00iiiiiiiiii{0000iiii!iii00iiii00iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii00iii00iiiii00iiiiiiiiiiiii00iii0000000000=00 ................................................................................................... NN{HNHNHNNNNNNNNNN{HHNHNNNNNNNHNNNNNNH{ TOUCHDOWN --Anthony Dean grabs Colton Rose's pass moment before running it in for a touchdown. (Photo submitted) Hunter Ashley each added eight tack- les.. Richards also had a forced fumble. Finally, Hunter Smith added six tackles, and Harkleroad added five. As for he B-Team, the middle Little Pioneers team suffered their first loss of the season when they laced undefeated Roane County, 18- 8. The team was led on offense by Chandler Ferguson, who rushed for 43 yards on 10 carries, had two re- ceptions for 18 yards, and scored the crop tcmc, hdown for the team nff nf a 15-yard pass from quarterback Trey Shuff. On defense, Shuff and Ferguson Stock Up On New: Rifle & Shotgun Ammo FaHSpe00s HomsAm Hem / Now carrying Dr. Armours Channel Catfish Bait / Catfish, Bass & Muskie fishing supplies Many New and Used Guns Available Get Ready For_ Fall Hunting Season . ()pen: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Sat. each led the team with eight tackle:;. Dalton Rose recovered a fumble on top of his seven tackles, while Bryce Roberts boasted a pair of sacks with his seven tackles. 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