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W Gilmer County is ranked No. 1 in the state in A competition in volley- ball. Head On Tues., Aug. 16, the Gilmer ch Chad Lady Titans Volleyball hosted a tri- the in- . match at home versus St. Marys and for the men's the No. 3 ranked single A Buffa/o lass, which Pumam. is high- Gilmerplayed Buffalo Putnam in NCAA Division I the first match, winning 25-21 and Is rounded out 25-9. 185) is a combo guard from Cecil CC (Md.) who averaged 14.2 points, 4.5 asssists, and shot 33-percent from the 3-point line while leading his team to a two-year record of 54-11. Taylor graduated from Cecil CC with an AA degree. Point guard Donyare Mayfield (5'9", Settings was Lowther with 2%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- transfers and 165) will join the Pioneers from Ful- ScorinE for the Lady Titans were: 23. [~Ameh(7'0",265) lerton CC (Calif.). Donyare led Ful- Andrea Edwards and Amber Scoring were: Andrea Edwards and lerton by averaging 9.7 points, 5.5 Lowther (eight each); HannahSamantha Smith (12 each); Crystal ~'nVille State from assists, and shot 37.5-percent from Chambers (seven); Crystal Metz Metz (five); Hannab Chambers (three); l~/~SoutheasternLoui_the3-pointline. Donyarewillredshin (three); and Kacie Buck, Samantha Andrea Star(her (two); and Amber ~.Stephen a sopho- during the 2003-04 season and have Smith, and Andrea Starcher, (one Lowther (one). from K~o, Nige- two years remaining to play with the each). Hitting were: Chambers (26-29, six ~Y~ at Southeastern Pioneers. Hitting for the Lady Titans were: kills); Roberson (17-21, four kills); ~versity. He played in Freshmen Luke Gibson and Bran- Chambers (6-8, five kills); Carnal Star(her(8-1 l, one kill); Buck (16-18, ~'~s.nbrieflybeforean don Gatson round out the recruiting Roberson(15-16,tenkills);Starcher three kills); and Edwards (12-15, three ~, season, class. Gibson (5'10", 170)joins the (4-5,twokills);Buck(9-9,fourkills); kills). ~Burge (6'1 ", 205) Pioneers from Mount Tabor Acad- and Edwards (8- 11, three kills). Roberson and Buck collected eight from NCAA I emy. Luke, who is from Millersburg, Roberson and Buck had ten and and four blocks, respectively. ,i; State University. Ohio, started the last two years at the five blocks, respectively. Lowther Lowtherset46-59in tbe match. Digs ,J~_'~or from Cleveland, point guard position for Mount Tabor set 41-49, while digs were collected were accumulated by: Chambers (five); ~8-'5points for Cleve- ,gt~k:_2~X52.03season. He Academy, one of the top prep schools by Metz (five); Edwards (four); Metz (four); Edwards (two); Szabo ,~,,~gh 25 points four in the northeast. Playing against some Chambers (four); Smith (two); and (two); and Smith (one). of the nation's top competition (Oak Star(her (one). In game two, Gilmer matched up ~'~[k~,~agai.nst the Univer- HilI,Mt.Zion, OurSaviorNewAmen- In the second match, Gilmer against AA Lewis. The Lady Titans ~t-hieago. Prior to his can, etc.), Luke averaged 10.5 points played St. Marys, winning 25-7 and won 25-21 and 25-16. li'~Lr'~,d State Jonathan and nine assists per game to tead Ta- 25-12. Scoring were: EdwardsScoring were: Starcher (eight); AARON BISHOP, ANTHONY REALE, AND RICHARD RATLIFF ~r~d, CC (Ohio) for bor to a 48-t6 record during his two (eight); Metz (seven); Chambers Edwards(seven);Szabo(five);Cham- . ~ ~ .~.~ ~nrown. At Lakeland years. (five); Star(her (four); Smith and bers (three); and Buck (one).~ ii~k~ Ver 20 points and Brandon Gatson (6'2", 200) is a Lowther (three each); and Buck Hitting were:Charnbers (16-20, six ~l~ ~l~game for his ca- wing from Southside High School in (one). kills); Roberson (13-14, five kills); ~ Atlanta, Ca. Gatson's senior season ~_~1 named as a first Hitting were: Chambers (12-12, Starcher (12-14, two kills); Buck (9- ll . i ~ L t 1 nine kills); Roberson (14-15, 12 1 l, three kills); and Edwards (12-14 .... ~ . ~'~ ~t l'American as a saw him average over 20 points and m~N,~,~,, , L, ~. l ~Soled the state of five rebounds per game while being kills); Buck (10-13, six kills); two kills). li~'ng (31.5) as a high named as one ofthe Top 20 AAA high Edwards (3-3, one kill); and Will- Setdng was Lowther (34-43), while ALL-LKC GOLFHONORS-pi~redebove~trmGilrnerCountygo~teamwho iams (2-3). Roberson had six blocks blocks were made by Roberson (five) won ~h8 Li~e Kanawha Conferonc.8 Tournamentdespite rainy ~i~ all day, Pictured are (Front, I-r): Head Coach Randy Ralliff, Timmy White, J~..s Oarby, Anthony g~tn,~tlle Division i trans-~ at Cleveland South. Gatson will redshirt for the Pioneers school players in the state of Georgia. nad Buck collected three, and Buck (two). Reale,~ld~istat~tCoachArdenBi~rroo;(Back, l.r):AatorIBist.~;j~dRa~iff. ~10-~rant(63",180), this season. Tourney Sept. 26 Gilmer takes the LKC, places first nville State from Coach Hankinson stated, "I am !~. t-" University ofChi_ pleased witht the addition of these --Golf Tournament to benefit GCHSAth!etics ~" O~'M'L,t!te ..Sept. 22,Gflm~CountywOnhanawna ~omerenc.e ~olf AwardsawardedBanquetteam trophiesheld in Parkersburg"in the Spring ~1~fin"le at UIC, Terry players. With the players returning ,vnamp~onsmps, easing out Kitcnie [16,,.'u POints per game. and the talent of these incomers, I am Fri., Sept. 26 has been set as the day your organization s name will be County by 11 strokes and Win County by Team Stats: UIC, Terry wasexcited about this upcoming season, for the 4th Annual Golf Tournament prominently displayed as an event 19 strokes. I. Gitmer-341 ~/leTorrner for two We have very good athleticism and to support the Gilmer County Ath- sponsor, If you would like to make Gilmer's Anthony Reale won medalist, A Reale 74 ce CC (Kan.). skill at the guard position and have letic Programs. This tournament will any size donation, GCHS all-relics with the lowest score in the entire tourna- e transfers join- added some good size in the post. We take place at the Glenville Golf Club. would be appreciative. All checks merit, scoring a 74. Bishop 82 ~~ are Briant Taylorare very thankful to have these young The tournament organizers wish to should be made payable to the GCHS Three Gilmer County golfers r~ved aylor (6'3", men as students here at GSC. , AII-LKC honors. Anthony Re.ale shot 74, ,ha J -- " thank those individuals and organiza- Athletic Program and sent to: c/o Richard Ratliff 81, and Aaron Bishop 82. .... '. lions in the past who have been very Stalnaker Energy Corporation, P.O. Other AII-LKC were: Craig Fenton generous. Approximately $17,000 Box 178, Glenville, W V26351. (Williamstown-78); Jeremy Wince was generated and used to purchase a This year's tournament will be lim- 0~itchie-79); Bra,~on Frame (Win-80); Midway VFD --- Vadis, WV Sunday, Oct. 5, 2003 variety of new equipment and other items for the athletic programs at GCHS. If you would like to participate in the scramble golf outing, there is an entry fee per person or per team. The entry fee includes green fees and cart rental. If you are unavailable to attend as a golf participant, we invite you or your organization to participate as a hole sponsor. By sponsoring a hole, ited to 20 teams. Please notify one of and Daniel Buzzard (Ritchie-87). Coach Randy Ratliff commented on the tournament organizers as soon as his team's performance, "We represented possible if your foursome wishes to Gilmer County very well. At the begin- participate or if you would like to ning of the year, we started slowly. Hope- sponsor a hole. The tournament orga- fully, by winning the LKC, it will give us nizers are: John Lilly, 462-7305; Amy a boost for tbe Regionals. We are hoping Self, 462-8061; Ron Stalnaker, 462- 5701; or Larry Chapman, 462-563 I. The Lions Club is a sponsor for the second straight year by kicking off the event with a $2,500 donation. that Anthony, Richard. and Aaron will play as well next week as they did last week. Our entire team would like to thank the golf course and volunteersTim Carney, John Hogan, Jacob Reed, Whitey Adolphsen, and Tim Rafliff" Assistant Coach Arden Bishop stated, "By winning the LKC, our players will be R Ratliff 81 A. T. White 104 J. Darby 114 2. Ritchie-352 J. Wince 79 D. Buzzard 87 E. Bever 95 C, Marshall 91 B. Ridgway 97 3. Wirt-360 B. Frame 80 L. Brady 91 A Metz 99 Z. Brady 90 M Williams 10t O~her teams placing: Ravensw~xxl-381; Roane-385; Parkersburg Catholic-391; Williamstown-395; Clay-412; Braxton- 451; and St. Marys-497. 12 Noon until 5 p.m. Adults: $6 Children Under 12:$3 dren Under 2: Free __, ! travels Rock 20-21, the ege High Adven- rock clia~j ng Rock, W.Va. on cam- ues-the to secure a ils, as well as with har- Wirt County School Spring & Daws Hou Gym Sports Class Championship Heavyweight Kickboxing Title Fi USA Kick :equlpment. * 7 oox, ng .amlnons_,up aturday and 106 W. 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