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W College Head Coach Chad tUmounced the in- for the men's class, which newcomers, is high- NCAA Division I class is rounded out 'COllege transfers and rs tl 185) is a combo guard from Cecil CC Gilmer County is ranked No. 1 in the state in A competition in volley- ball. On Tues., Aug. 16, the Gilmer (Md.) who averaged 14.2 points, 4.5 Lady Titans Volleyball hosted a tri- asssists, and shot 33-percent from the " match at home versus St. Marys and 3-point line while leading his team to the No. 3 ranked single A Buffalo a two-year record of 54-11. Taylor Putnam. graduated from Cecil CC with an AA Gilmer played Buffalo Putnam in degree, the first match, winning 25-21 and Point guard Donyare Mayfield (59", 25-9. Settings was Lowther with 29-34. Metz had three digs, while Chambers and Edwards chipped in for one each. On Sat., Aug. 20, the Lady Titans hosted yet another tri-match against AA Ravenswood and AA Lewis County. No. 1 ranked A Gilmer played No. 5 ranked AA Ravenswood in the first match. The Lady Titans were narrowly defeated 17-25, 17-25, 25-17, and 25- 165) will join the Pioneers from Ful- Scoring for the Lady Titans were: 23. World Class Championship Heavyweight Kickboxing Title Fi USA Kick Boxing Championship :Full Contact Title Fi Mike Sheppard #2 Contender Palestine, WV 6'2" 215 lbs Dan Erickson #9 Contender Milwaukee, Wi 6'5"215 lbs g Brawler Bouts Featuring Awsome Ring Girl Competition! ($100 awarded to the winner) Saturday September 27th @ 7:00 p.m. At the Wirt County High School Gymnasium Proceeds Donated to the Spring Athletics . BE THERE! Tickets on sale at the door or contact (304) 462-5744 ***Tickets $10"** Sports Other teams placing: Ravenswood-381; Roane-385; Parkersburg Catholic-391; Williamstown-395; Clay-412; Braxton- 451; and St. Marys-497. County gh School Spring & Dawg House Gym L. ~f rd ~ conversion. Often- ll~ Receiving were Travis t "~ f~ 43 yards and Devin I ~IMIh -he Yards. Rushing were e..:_ fUrCatries for 15yards; hj Wirt lid, Sept. 20-21, the il~ College High Adren- al, ~ two rock Climbing n Per's Rock, W.Va. n Was spent on cam- * ~g belay techniques-the ~ques used to secure a s lls, as well as Student with -"~r eli : ~n._ rabmg eqmpment. ~a~n:nspent Saturdayand 106 W. Main SL Sutton 26601 * 765-0444 ,~;'~r's Rock practicing Toll Fre,e * 877-889-0444 learning different tlil' ;_qUes, despitetherainy located at the Y intersection in Sutton - .UPPery rocks lg Braxton, Gilmer, Nicholas, Webster & Clay II r~! the studentsl this was climbin ex rience, -Bringing Quality & Service since 1976-- d;.a .. lie lof.TM exceptionally well. day, many students NO POWER? ttl y ifficult sections of NO WORRIESI i.~ ffectively protected ..... ~tli their belay devices and ~lLSkil Is" - ip as students participated Stop by and check out our home ~,~ of a o.e-or~t generator systems. ~lhr~..~on to Rock Climb- ~rughtheHighAdven. Let us supply you with our wide array of electrical materials and supplies. s lose Steorts also provides premium residential, commercial and industrial service work for any electrical needs. ~i 1, the Gilmer County pp toho t , Now serving Charleston & Teays Valley Area! ~ County 34.0 Robert L. ~ ~ ,.. ~ .. l~ ~ ~ ~-- ~ ~ ~ --- ~ ....~ ~'~in,~ ~,,~er ~ I"'----- i~le'Ore came in the third "By winning the LKC, our players will be (Ritchie-79); Brandon Frame (Wirt-80); and Daniel Buzzard (Ritchie-87). Coach Randy Ratliff commented on his team's pefformance~ "We represented Gilmer County very well. At the begin- ning of the year, we started slowly. Hope- fully, by winning the LKC, it will give us a boost for the Regionals. We are hoping that Anthony, Richard, and baron will play as well next week as they did l~t week. Our entire team would like to thank the golf course and volunteers Tim Carney, John Hogan, Jacob Reed, Whitey Adolphsen, and Tim RatlifE" Assistant Coach Arden Bishop stated, 3. Win-360 B. Frame 80 L. Brady 91 A. Metz 99 Z. Brady 90 M. Williams lot 2. Ritchie-352 J. Wince 79 D. Buzzard 87 E. Bever 95 C. Marshall 91 B. Ridgway 97 travels Midway VFD--- Vadis, WV Sunday, Oct. 5, 2003 12 Noon until 5 p.m. Adults: $6 Children Under 12:$3 Children Under 2: Free Athletic Program and sent to: c/o Stalnaker Energy Corporation, P.O. Box 26351. was generated and used to purchase a This year's tournament will be lira- variety of new equipment and other ited to 20 teams. Please notify one of items for the athletic programs at the tournament organizers as soon as GCHS. possible if your foursome wishes to If you would like to participate in participate or if you would like to the scramble golf outing, there is an sponsor a hole. The tournament orga- entry fee per person or per team. The nizers are: John Lilly, 462-7305; Amy entry fee includes green fees and cart Self, 462-8061; Ron Stalnaker, 462- rental. If you are unavailable to attend 5701; or Larry Chapman, 462-5631. as a golf participant, we invite you Or The Lions Club is a sponsor for the your organization to participate as a second straight year by kicking off hole sponsor. By sponsoring a hole, the event with a $2,500 donation. lerton CC (Calif.). Donyare led Ful- Andrea Edwards and Amber Scoring were: Andrea Edwards and li l~dAmeh (7'0", 265) ierton by averaging 9.7 points, 5.5 Lowther (eight each); HannahSamantha Smith (12 each); Crystal ~ville State from assists, and shot 37.5-percent from Chambers (seven); Crystal Metz Metz(five);HannahChambers(three); ~S~utheastern L~ui~ the 3~p~int ~ine~ D~nyare wi~ redshin (three); and Kacie.Buck~ ~amantha Andrea ~tarcher (tw~); and Amber ~ : ''~ ~'~ L ~.Stephen, a sopho- during the 2003-04 season and have Smith, and Andrea Starcher, (one Lowther Cone). 3~,~om i~ano, Nige two years remaining to play with the each). Hitting were: Chambers (26-29, six at Southeastern Pioneers. Hitting for the Lady Titans were: kills); Roberson (17-21, four kills); ............... IP~aiversity. He played in Freshmen Luke Gibson and Bran-Chambers (6-8, five kills); Camai Starcher(8-1 l, one kill); Buck (16-18, i,,,, li~a. _leaSon briefly before an don Gatson round out the recruiting Roberson (15-16, ten kills); Starcher three kills); and Edwards (12-15, three AdIRON .BISHOP, ANTHONY REALE, AND RK~HARO RATLIFF 12~i~,_~Sseason. class. Gibson (5'10", 170) joinsthe (4-5,twokills);Buck(9-9,fourkills); kills): .,n,.,. collectedet ht l~iII ~-[i~| ' ~ ~'~han Barge (6'1", 205) Pioneers from Mount Tabor Acad- and Edwards (8-11, three kills). Rotlerson anu o,,,.k "g ~t~rineers from NCAA I emy. Luke, whets fromMillersburg, Roberson and Buck had ten and and four blocks, respectively.7 .... ~ '~t72L,:aridStateUniversity. Ohio, started the last two years at the five blocks, respectively. Lowther Lowtherset46-59inthematch, Digs ~ll~.Se=~or from Cleveland, point guard position for Mount Tabor set 41-49, while digs were collected wereaccumulated by: Chambers(five); ~i;;; " ~8.5pointsforCleve- Academy, one ofthe top prep schools by Metz (five); Edwards (four); Metz (four); Edwards (two); Szabo ~ ~11~.2002-03 season. He in the northeast. Playing against some Chambers (four); Smith (two); and (two); and Smith (one). ~'litil~_ high 25 points, four of the nation's top competition (Oak Starcher (one). In game two, Giimer matched up ~,~.ainst the Univer- Hill, Mt.Zion, OurSaviorNewAmeri- In the second match, Gilmer against AA Lewis. The Lady Titans la~--~_, "hicago. Prior to his can, etc.), Luke averaged 10.5 points played St. Marys, winning 25-7 and won 25-21 and 25-16. "L~"~.eland State, Jonathan and nine assists per game to lead Ta- 25-12. Scoring were: EdwardsScoring were: Starcher (eight); bor to a 48-16 record during his two (eight); Metz (seven); Chambers ~tateland CC (Ohio) for Edwards (seven); Szabo(five); Chain- ,~ ~ .< (five); Starcher (four); Smith and bets (three); and Buck (one).1!~ ~',~.~ ~Brown. At Lakeland years. , ~ ~.ed over 20 points and Brandon Gatson (6'2', 200)is a Lowther (three each); and Buck Hitting were: Chambers (16-20, six ~,~,~ ~ ~ l alikm'~-i~lPergame forhis ca_ wing from Southside High School in (one). kills); Roberson (13-14, five kills); ~ g named as a first Atlanta, Ga. Gatson's senior season Hitting were: Chambers (12-,2, Sharcher (12-14, two kills); Buck (9- 7" L l l i - ~_All-American as a saw him average over 20 points and nine kills); Roberson (14-15, 12 11, three kills); and Edwards (12-14, ~ ~ ~ 1 ! . ',i~me" tte also led the state of five rebounds per game while being kills); Buck (10-13, six kills); twokills). ALL-LKCGOLFHONORS-Pic~reaaboveise',eGilmerCounly~fteamwho ~g (31.5) as a high named as one oftheTop 20A_AA high Edwards (3-3, one kill); and Will- Setting was Lowther (34-43), while ~ ~ L~o Kanawt~a Co~ference Yourrmment aespae ~ny corgiiliorm all clay+ ~'.'~r. at Cleveland South. school players in the state ofGeorgia, iams (2-3). Roberson had six blocks blocks were made by Roberson (five) Piclured are (Front, /-r): Head Coach Randy Ratliff, T~Wh~e, JossOarby, Anthony aiL~'lia'rY Grant (6'3,180),~l~tthe Division,! trans- this season. Gatson will redshirt for the Pioneers nad Buck collected three-il~,"~ and BUCkno(two). Roale, arid Assistatrt Coac:h Araon 8istlo0; (Bacg, l-O:AatorlSlslxloandl~hatdFlatliff. ~l~Glenville State from Coach Hankinson stated, "I am 4th'Annuai elf Tour y Sept. 26 Gilmer takes the LKC, places first On Men., Sept. 22, GilmerCounty won awarded team trophies in the Spring il~-~'a~rUniversity of Chi- pleased witht the addition of these -'~o/f Tournament to benefit GCHS Athletics the Little Kanawha Conference Golf Awards Banquet held in Parkersburg" at UIC, Terryplayers. With the players returning ~.erl0points per game. and the talent ofthese incomers, Iam Fri., Sept. 26 has been set as the day your organization's name will be Championships, edging out Ritchie ~tl~,__at UIC, Terry was excited about this upcoming season, for the 4th Annual Golf Tournament /arominently displayed as an event County by 11 strokes and Wirt County by Team Stats: 19 strokes. I. Gilmer-34! ~,-ac.e Performer for two We have very good athleticism and. to support the Gilmer County Ath- sponsor. If you would like to make Gilmefs Anthony Reade won medalist, A. Reale 74 s~i~"~e_ a..dence CC (Kan.). skill at the guard position and have letic Programs. This tournament will any size donation, GCHS athletics with the lowest score in the entire tourna- R. RatliffS1 "~'r, Ollege transfers join- added some good size in the post. We take place at the Glenville Gel(Club. would be appreciative. All checks ment, scoring a 74. A. Bishop 82 should be made payable to the GCHS Three Gilmer County golfers received T. White 104 , yfiare Briant Taylor are very thankful to havened,young The tournament organizers wish to eld. Taylor (6'3", men as students here at t/bt., thank those individuals and organiza- RichardAll'LKCRatliffst,hnrs" AnthonYand AatonRealeBishopSht 8274' J. Darby 114 tions in the past who have been very Other AII-LKC were: Craig Fenton ~ I ll generous. Approximately $17,000 178, Glenville, WV (Williamstown-78); Jeremy Wince