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Page 4B - The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder - Thursday, September 26, 2013 Welcome to Titan Homecoming 201 THE 2013 GILMER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL TITAN FOOTBALL TEAM WITH HEAD COACH JASON CUNNINGHAM (CENTER) GCHS Titans carry split record (2-2;) into 2013 Homecoming Match-Up with Buffalo Bison -Friday, Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m.; Titans Let First Half Lead Slip Away in Heartl,l"eaking Loss to Paden City, 18-15 By Jam& Mullins, Titans. There the Tigers handed them the first half. Sports Editor their first loss of the season, 16-51. On the offensive side of the ball, Last Friday, Sept. 20, the Gilmer With only a week until Homecom- GCHS senior Tristan Sparks used a County Titans headed to Paden City. ing, the Titans had hoped to rebound short run late in the first quarter to It had been a week since the Titans against the Paden City Wild Cats (1- give the Titans the lead, 7-0. That traveled to Wirt County where some 3). was the only score of the first half, major mistakes paired with a tough Titans hit the field hard; in fact, the and at intermission the low score was crowd had spelled disaster for the defense did not allow a single score in testament of a strong defensive con- test.  ...........  ....................... While PC got on the scoreboard : ::::::::::::::F:? :::L:::::: : = midway through the third quarter, GCHS answered with a 20 yard pass 'from quarterback Austin Cunning- ham to sophomore receiver Ty Harkleroad. A two-point conversion by Cunningham had the Titans up, 15-6, as the final quarterbegan. No one saw the late push comirlg " J" from the Wild Cats, but a pair of long  passes i n that fourth quarter left the ' Titans defeated, 15-18. For the Titans, the offense was led by Sparks on the ground with 58 yards off 11 carries. Cunningham also had another ,solid game in the pocket completing 9-of-16 pass at- tempts for 93 yards. THE TITANS HUDDLE PRE-GAME. HarkleroadandAnthonyDeaneach had two receptions for 35 and 34 yards, respectively. The Titans seemed to struggle with penalties during the match-up as the Titans had 11 penalties for 104 yards, almost double the penalties of PC. Now, the Titans prepare to return home for their 2013 Homecoming against the Buffalo High School Bi- son. With that loss, the Titans fall to 2- 2 on the season, but if the Titans hit the field with the passion, enthusi- asm, and talent they demonstrated in their first two contests, there is no reason they can not turn their season back around. The Bison are (0-4) as they head to Glenville Friday night, Sept. 27. However, they have faced some tough A. CUNNINGHAM WITH THE PASS. opponents (Parkersburg Catholic, Poca, Greenbrier West, etc.), and they may provide the Titans and exciting Cunningham's Knife & 6un Shop Phil Cunningham, Owner 61enville, WV homecoming match-up! Come out to the newly renovated Morris Stadium this Friday, Sept. 27 as the Titans attempt to herd the Buf- I have many new and used rifles, shotguns and raid Bison for the 2013 Homecom- pistols in stock. Stop in and see what I have. "I will ing! Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. Throwonyourred, blue, andwhite, HOMECOMING 2013 FILLED trade." Just compare my prices one time, that's all it and catch theband, cheerleaders, en- WITH SCHOOL SPIRIT - On ergetic cheering section, and the Friday nights, there is nothing like will take to make you a regular customer, crowning of the 2013 GCHS Home- a GCHS football game in .Gilmer coming Queen at halftime! Let's Go, County, but it takes more than a 30#-#62-865# Titans ! team of athletes to bring that Titan spirit alive! (TOP)The GCHS Titan marching .band started in early Was $36,660 August preparing their 2013 field 2013 Ram 1500 QC 4x4 .owo.LY $29,288 showbehindthedirectionofGCHSBand Director Steven Auten and 2013 Field Commander Michaela Murphy. Their show consists of a compilation of songs from modern rock artists, My Chem/ca/ Romance and Green Day. (BOTTOM) Also, representing the blue, red, and white on Friday nights is the GCHS Cheerleading Squad. Under the direction of new Head Coach Brittany Duelley, the Titan Cheerleaders are jumping high, building higher, and screaming louder on the GCHS sideline. With great tunes from the band and enthusiasm from the cheerleaders, Gilmer County fans are appreciating the excitement of those Friday Night Lights! Come C|u00 out Friday, Sept. 27, and enjoy Rt. 19 So., Clarksburg qlIJ "I'iLL'L YrlOU'W''"lmwT Homecoming with the team, cheerleaders, band, GCHS 800-424-7611 students, and the rest of theTitan .... oo.=,-"=./ deep .,,,,, fans! What Happens When.., Every day is Saturday? N A Guaranteed Lifetime Income Stream that is like the promise of a never- ending "paycheck" for all your retirement days. 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