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~t ! mecomlng Arrows L Reg. $1.95 eaq Sale Price $18.00 per doz. Broadheads Reg. $5.95 per 3 pak, Sale Price $3.99 Oneida Eagle SE6000 "Screaming Eagle" Bows Sale Price $289.99 Scopes 3-9 Variable 1" tube, Fully Guaranteed Sale Price $27.99 We Can Save You Money!! 14.0 CU. FT. FROSTCLE,~ REFRIGERATOR WITH GOLDEN WARRANTY* Shotgun Shells 12 ga. High Brass Starting at $6.49 The Glenville State College Pioneers fell to the WV State Yellow Jackets 22-9 to spoil the Pioneers' homecoming Saturday afternoon on a rainy field. The Jackets were paced by substitute quarterback Kenneth Grier, who filed two touchdown passes to propel the Jackets to the win. The Pioneers took an early lead 3-0 on a 38-yard field goal by Mark Ferris. However, the Jackets came fight back, scoring on a 41-yard interception return by State's Pat Clark. This gave State a 6-3 lead. A 28-yard field goal by State's Treradej Pongsugree gave the Jackets a 9-3 lead in the first quarter. Then State's Grier went to work, hitting Vince Poweil for a 36-yard TD and a 24-yard scor- ing strike to Julius McLeod to round out the scoring for State. Glenville's Gordon Stevens tallied the Pioneers' lone touch- down of the day, scampering 57 yards in the fourth quarter for the score. Stevens led the Pioneer rush- ers with 110 yards on 16 carries and one touchdown. He was fol- lowed by Frank Myers with 43 yards on eight carries, and Arthur Drake cith 42 yards on 14 carries. - In passing, Alan Baughman was four for 12 for 47 yards and four interceptions. His replace- ment, Chuck Wharton, was 0-2 for one interception. In receiving, Frank Myers led in catches with two for 14 yards, while Rick Lewis caught one for 18 yards, and Ed Toman had one catch for 15 yards. On defense, the Pioneers were once again led by Brian "Bubba" Hill, who recorded 14 tackles and six assists. He was followed by Ted Layhew with ten tackles and five assists. Terry DonneU intercepted two passes for the Pioneers, while Luther Toney had one. Darren Tom collected one fumble and recorded one sack, while John Batten had two sacks for the Pioneer defense. The Pioneers travel to West Liberty on Saturday, Oct. 1, then to Salem on Oct. 8, before re- turning home on Oct. 15 against Fairmont. "PI= of the for Piom Todd Layhew ::iii!!i:: :iiii!/ Jesse Evan Chapman, a senior biology/general at Glenville State College, is the 1988-89 Pioneer. At GSC, Jesse has been active in theatrical is the 22 year old son of Earle and Rita Chapman win The Gilmer County Titans got in the win column with a 20- 7 shellacking of the Doddridge County Bulldogs in West Union last Friday night. Gilmer scored in three of the four quarters to notch their first win of the sea- son, leaving them with a 1-4 mark. Doddridge fell to 2-2 on the year. Titan quarterback Doug James threw for one TD and ran for another in the win. The Ti- tans' initial score came with 5:53 left in the first quarter, as Mike Shock plunged in from one yard out. The PAT kick by Farron Moss was good, giving the Titans a 7-0 first quarter lead. Gilmer parlayed a pass into paydirt with 6:36 left in the first half, as James hit Greg Hayes for a 34-yard touchdown. Moss again kicked the the Titans a The Titans lead, as James one yard out to up 20-0, with 8:36 left The PAT kick was The Bulldogs the board with game, as Joe lected a 25-yard terback Curt by Brian Cunningh final score 20-7. Gilmer netted 93 ground, with ing the rushers with 16 carries. James yards through the air. The Titans, now 1- the Calhoun County (0-5) on Friday Rohrbough Field. Brian "Bubba" Hill Mini-Titans open The Gilmer County Mini-Ti- tans opened their football season against Spencer on September season with Towsend, William Phares, Travis Carder, Adam Mjni Jl, The Sadet,_t~_ Ltd. "Players of the Week" have been named for 14. The local team lost 24 to 12. Clevenger. Head coach Jeff Squires, and his The Mini-Titan the past week s game pitting the WV State Yellowjackets against Mini-Titan team are looking for squad includes: De Buy the Glenville State Pioneers. a victory on September 29 atTammy Stewart, Jul :)SOl Named Defensive Players of the Week, by Head Coach Lou No- Clay County. Stacey Starkey, ! :] BlTl roloIr .... eida, wtrehwTOdd Layhew ...... and Brian "Bu " Hill, respectively, men bers of the Mini-Ti- McCullough, Chrius Y Lay e , a 6'2 , 245 lb. seru, pr lmel tcker from Grafton, WV, tan football team are Jason Bar- ough, Anna D . recorded ten tackles and five assists in Glenville's loss to State. ton, John Barton, Eddie Carder, McClain, Cindy w It~econ',Cxessc~lfvoutx,,yO , . . ~'~"~'",.,,,,.=~.o.on~,~,*~ H~U,a 6 2.: 275 lb. jumor nose guard from Clarksburg, was Doug Heater. Joey Self, Chris Lawson, Carey Me namen mr teamng me team m tackles, recording 14 solo tackles and Ball, Jeff Montgomery, Bobble Ferguson, Amanda C amassing six assists in the loss to State. Pelfrey, Aaron Godfrey, Timmy Fisher, Hilary Mil ~k.~'g~'~""~ -~ . The "Players of the Week" are honored by Sadettres Ltd. with a Hayner, Wade Goodrich, Jason McHenry, Kerry gift certificate for one free dinner at Sadettres. At the end of the Pool, Julian Phares, Mike Dawn Harpold. season a Most Valuable Player will be chosen, with a donation of $50.00 being given to the athletic scholarship fund of Glenville Rabies warning issued to hunters State College in that player's name. E~Clt./$tvo 10-YOO/L.'nde