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The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Oct. 7, 2004 -- Page 4A By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 (" ) RALLYING THE TROOPS - Offensive line coach Cam Perry (bottom left corner) giving his O'-Iine a pep talk in the fourth quarter of last Saturday's win over WV Tech in which GSC had 507 ya. ds total offense. ECSTATIC SIDLINES - Freshman tight end Emery Williams (right #84) and teammate Sophomore full back Kieth Barr (left#3) celebrate on the sidelines after the victory on Saturday. ' Gte'ffville St'ale scorexf'21"sec-" anotfie/-' dbi-e"b 'f6 'halftime as yards and two touchdowns. The ond quarter' points and moved, Corma :arrd Garter: ooked up receivers were led by Antonio 2-0 in WVIAC play withtheir42- again, thistimeona42yardrecep- Carter's five receptions for 107 16 victory over the visiting West tion. The touchdown gave the Pio- yards and two touchdowns, and VirginiaTechGoldenBears.Glen- neers a 28-13 lead at the half. Derek Patterson's four catches. ville State led 28-13 at haiftime The Golden Bears scored the Overall, eight different Pioneers and scored at least one touchdown first points of the second half on a caught passes on the night. in every quarter. The victory moves 42 yard field goal. However, this Damon McDowell and Arthur themto2-4overail.WVTech falls would be the only points the Bryant led the rushing attack with to 1-5overalland 1-1 in WVIAC Golden Bears would be able to get 93 and 89 yards, respectively. play. in the second half. Glenville State's McDowell also scored two touch- The Pioneers struck early in the defense shutdowntheGoldenBear downs in the contest and Bryant contest as JacquezTaylot returned offense the rest of the way, and the added one. an interception 45 yards for a Pioneer offense tacked on two Defensively, the Pioneers were touchdown on the game's third rushing touchdowns (4,11) by run- led by Jacquez Taylor's career- play. The score remained 7-0 until ning Back Damon McDowell. high 16 tackles, 10 of which were the second quarter when Arthur The Pioneers gained 507 total solo. He also added four tackles Bryant scored a 16 yard touch- yards of offense, including 304 for a loss, had one sack, had one down, putting the Pioneers up 14- passing and 203 rushing. The Pio- pass deflection, and returned an 0 with 12:38 to play in the second neer defense allowed the Golden interception 45 yards for a touch- quarter. The Pioneers would strike Bears 368 yards of total offense, down. Dennis Stanton added nine again less than three minutes later, including 259 passing, and 109 tackles for the Pioneers' defense. this time on a 36-yard touchdown rushing. The Pioneers did have The Pioneers continue confer- pass fromquarterbackJoey Conrad. some struggles'on the day, as they ence play as they travel to play to wide receiver Antonio Carter, were penalized 13 times for 200 conference foe Shepherd Univer- making thelead21-0, yards and they only averaged 27.5 sity (2-3,2-0) this Saturday at The Golden Bears rallied with yards punting on four attempts. 1:00pm. Shepherd has a narrow back-to-back touchdown passes Offensively, the Pioneers were lead in the overall series 24-21-2. trimming the Pioneer lead to 21- led by Joey Conrad who com- 3. The Pioneers answered with pleted 19 of 34 attempts for 304 Chicken SelectsTM Are Back! McDonald's reintroduces one of your all- ime favor- ites, Chicken Selects. Hearty strips of breaded chicken breast, with 3 new dipping sauces to cus- tomize to your taste; Hot Buffalo Sauce, Creamy Ranch orTangy Mustard. Available in 3, 5 or 1o strips, and of course, all are available in Extra Value Meal combinations. Select yours today! Open 5:ooam Mon-Sat 6:ooam on Sundays Shake it Up! Our triple thick milkshakes are always just right, day or night. McDonald's ofGlenviUe-11462"r'j1l iii Cancer Unit Sets Date for Salad Luncheon The Common Place Restaurant was the site of the Gilmer County Cancer Unit's meeting held on Friday, Sep- tember 24, 2004 at 6 pro. The unit president conducted the meeting. Minutes of the June I 1,2004, meeting were read by Reva Bennett, ~ecretary, and approved by those present Treasurer. Betty White, submitted her reports which were described to those present and copies were placed in the minutes. No committee reports were given; however, the president reported that a donation of several nice wigs has been made to the unit. Those wigs are for distribution to anyone in need of the same. The annual Salad Luncheon was discussed, and October 26 was the date chosen for the first funraising evcnt of the 2004-2005 cancer year. The luncheon will be held at Trinity United Mcthodist Church social room from I t am to 1 pro, and the cost will remain the samc as last year, $3.00. The Gilmer County Cancer Unit will again make homemade ham and tur- key salad for sandwiches. Salad do- nation sheets will be forwarded to local churches lbr contributions. Those attending the meeting were: Betty White, Louclla Stalnakcr, Rita Huff. James. Mescal Kuhl. Doris Norman. Rcva Bcnnctt and Rosa Bcllc Gaincr. 'Help the Pioneers win this Saturday!' Go Pioneers! We'll be cheering for the GSC Pioneers when they invade Shepherd in Shepherdstown this Sat., Oct. 9 at 1 p.m. Join and be a valued part of the Pioneer Athletic Club (P.A.C.)! Glenville State College's football team is developing a new colorful tradition. We all like to be on the winning side, so, by joining PAC, we all can make it happen. Over the past several years, GSC record proves that we're a winner. For details, call Athletic DirectGr Greg Bamberger at 304-462-4102. rlli I illO ii Illl I I l I l i i II~l l i i i i I i I i i i i i I i i! I Pioneer Athletic Club Donation I I NAME: | I PHONE: AMOUNT: $ I ! ADDRESS: I .------------------____________________. Choose the level of P.A.C. membership that you're comfortable with and, then, sit back to enjoy the benefits. Be a Booster for a donation of $35.s149; a Blue, $150-$299; a Silver, $300-$499; a Starter, $500. 99; Captain, $1,000-$2,499; Coach $2,500-$4,999; or a Royal Blue Pioneer $5,000. For more details, telephone Athletic Director Greg Bamberger at 462-7361. Join a winning team and support our local college by making out a check in any amount to the "GSC Foundation" with a check memo to "P.A.C." for membership. Cut out the coupon and mail it to: Glenville State College Athletic Department]P.A.C. Glenville, WV 26351 Remember, this Saturday it's your GSC Pioneers vs. Shepherd at Shepherdstown ! (See next week's newspaper for the game's write up). * A Date to Remember is Next Week's Game: Sat., Oct. 16 O$'$ I41 I Ii[I UlIN6 Pioneers vs. WV State Yellow Jackets 3:00 p.m. Morris Stadium Come out and support the Pioneers at Homecoming: Parade time 10 a.m., Downtown Glenville Jeff Gress, Manager Glenville 462-6100 Pioneer Athletic Club-PAC The Pioneer Athletic Club is the fundraising organization for the Athletic Department at Glenville State College The PAC provides scholarship assistance to student-athletes in eleven sports and is vital to the success of the athletic teams. Your support can go a long way toward helping us maintain and achieve success in our respective sports. The West Virginia Intercollegiate Ath- letic Conference is always very competi- tive, and Glenville State College is a mem- ber of NCAA Division I1 in all sports. National competition will increase and the level of play will continue to rise. We can achieve continued success in our EA Sports 500 Sunday, Oct. 3 Talladega Speedway Top Ten (start pos. in parentheses) 1. (10) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevy. 2. (]5) Kevin Harvick, Chevy. 3. (3) Dale Jarrett, Ford. 4. (26) Brendan Gaughan, Dodge. 5. (8) Kurt Busch, Ford, 6. (30) Tony Stewart, Chevy. 7. (!) Joe Nemechek, Chevy. 8. (34) Casey Meats, Dodge. 9. (66) Robby Gordon, Chevy. 10.(28)Ward Burton, Chevy. Top Ten in points: !. D.Earnhardt Jr. 5,543 2. K.Busch 5.530 3. J.Gordon 5,482 4. M.Martin 5,432 4. M.Kenseth 5.393 6. T.Stewarl 5,39 I 7. R.Newman 5.382 8. E.Sadler 5,377 9. J.Johnson 5,37 I I 0. J.Mayfield 5.263 league and nationally, but scholarship institution with loyal supporters. We hope support is a must. you will join our teams and join the PAC! All receipts anddisbursements for PAC We appreciate every level of donor. are handled through an account with the The member benefits increase with the Glenville State College Foundation, Inc. level of giving and GSC student-athletes A tax deductible contribution to PAC benefit from every gift. Many of our entitles a member to a Ionglist of benefits, student-athletes would not be able to at- All PAC funds are used for scholarships tend college without your support. The for deserving student-athletes who might opportunities that PAC donations create not otherwise be able to attain a college arevery muchappreciatedbyourPioneer education, coaches and athletes. We are very proud of the effort and ThePACacceptscash,checksormone~ commitment from our coaches and stu- orders. A receipt will be issued by the dent-athletes, and we also believe that PAC for all donations of $35 or more. Glenville State College is aft outstanding Please feel free to contact us at 462-4102. 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