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is in g~ IO St J- 11 )f r- g ~.1 C I. 2 | 1 I I 1Page 7A-The 72 Mini-Titans lose to Parkers. ' , then rebound and By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 ) grab win against Walton Oct. 2 Ravemwood Invitational On Sept. 22 the Gilmer County giving the Titans a chance to take Varsity Girls: 38th-Lark Butler Mini-Titans hosted Parkersburg the lead. Gilmer would take ad- 23:57.5; 77th-Abby Lilly 30:36. Catholic and lost the contest 40-6. vantage of this chance scoring on Varsity Boys: 36th-Chris Weaver The only touchdown of the night a 45 yard touchdown pass from 19:02.9; 64th-EddieHartmanfor Gilmer came on a 26 yardJacobWolfetoZachBurkhammer, 20:25.5; 102nd-LeePapouschek strike from quarterback Jacob giving the Mini-Titans a 18-16 22:05.5; 104th-Dylan Tomblin WoifetoZach Burkhammerin thelead with 3:53 to go. 22:32.3. third with 2:44 left on the clock. TheGilmerdefensewouldagain Mini-Titan Girls: 27th-Shae Gainer 14:!2; 47th-BethAnnOffensively, Rushing: Drew come through as Bobby Nicholas Moyers 15:10.9; 57th-Jessica Simmons 12 carries for 30 yards, recovered his second fumble of Hixson 16:37.4. Passing: Jacob Wolfe was nine of the quarter to stop a Walton drive Mini-Titan Boys: 24th-Noah23 for 108 yards. Receiving: Zach that was all the way down to the Kinder 12:51. I ; 36th-Bradley Burkhammer had iwo catches for Gilmer 22-yard line with 2nd and Benson 13:44.8. 33 yards with one touchdown;1. The Mini-Titans would then run Aaron Frymier, two catches for 32 the clock down to 44.8 before giv- Attn: All Gilmer -" yards, Ryan Hough, two catches ing Walton the ball back on a for 21 yards; Kyle Heath, three turnover on downs at the Gilmer County Coaches catches for 22 yards. 34. Defensively, Dustin Howes led All Gilmer needed was for the [ -AllGilmerCounty coaehesare all with 14 total tackles, Zack defense to hold Walton one more ]encouraged by the Glen ville Demo- Crat~Pathfinder to submit game Burkhammer and Brian Howes time, andthcydidasDustinHowes istatistics to ensure accuracy and a added seven apiece, and Jacob recovered a fumble that gave FOX RUNS FOR A BIG GAIN- Ryan Tomblin, left # 10, throwing a great block that sprang Dustin Fox free Itimely fashion. In order to better Wolfe and Ryan Hough tackledGilmer the ball with only 1.9 on for a big run in Friday night's victory over Tygarts Valley. (Photo courtesy of Donna Fox) servethe peopleofGilmer County five each. the clock. Jacob Wolfe then took a withupdatedFallsportsinforma. On Sept. 30, the Mini-TitanskneeandgavetheMini-Titanstheir tion, we ask that you please sub- posted Walton and snared their first taste of victory in 2004. mit ali games and information to: first win ofthe season with a l C-16 Offensively, Rushing: Drew Sports Dept. Phone: 462-7309, victory. Gilmerjumped on top 6- Simmoms 16 carries for 77 yards, Fax-462-7300. 0 in the first quarter; however, two touchdowns. Passing: Jacob Thank You and Good Luck! Walton scored twice in the second Wolfe went one often for45 yards. t taking the lead 16-6 into halftime. Receiving Zack Burkhammer had In the second half, coach Joe one catch for 45 yards and a touch- Denmson'sdetensebuckleddown down. The Gilmer Titans (2-4) hit the point conversion, narrowing the game. and held Walton scoreless recov- Defensively, Dustin Howes led road for the third week in a row Gilmers' lead to 7-6 at the end of Individually, Rushing: Fox ering two key fumbles, giving the with 15 tackles, Aaron Frymier when they traveled to Tygarts Val- the first quarter, gained 150 yards on 17 carries; offense scoring opportunities, and Brian Howes had 11 each, Icy on Friday night to battle the Gilmer County scored the only Smith carried the ball 20 times for The Mini-Titans were trailing Zack Burkhammer had seven, and Bulldogs (2-4). Gilmer, who beat touchdown of the second quarter 130 yards. Fox also tacked on 129 16-12 with only 4:30 to go in the Ryan Hough add six. Bobby Tygarts Valley last year for their on a 35 yard touchdown reception yards passing to his impressive ..... game when Bobby Nicholas came Nicholas recovered two fumble first win ofthe season by a score of by wide receiver Billy Weaver evening, up with a huge fumble recovery and Dustin Howes recovered one. 15-6, went in looking to make the from Dustin Fox. The game went The Titans stay on the road and Bulldogs their second victim of into intermission with Gilmer look for their second victory in a the 2004 campaign. The Titans holding on to 14-6 lead. row as they head offto face border When you're in a 'hard or Soft(ware) jam,' did so, scoring in every quarter The Titansput the gameaway in rival Braxton County this Friday Dan is the computer man[ and winning 33-13 behind a four the second half, outscoringTygarts at 7:30. Gilmer's luck was not so touchdown performance by qua.r- Valley three touchdowns to one. good against the Eagles last year The Pioneer Athletic Club WillCheck me out: terback Dustin Fox. Dustin Fox scored both third quar- as they fell by a score of 46-13. be holding a pig roast on Oct. 16at Serving GSC & the community The Titans jumped on top 7-0 tertouchdowns, one on a 50 yard This would be a great road victory 5:30pm, followingtheGSCHome- --4ast&friendlywithasmilel with 6:00 to go in the first quarter pass from Billy Weaver and the and a big step towards a winning coming game at Morris Stadium. on a one yard touchdown run by other on a 17 yard run. Running season, so all you fans out there go GSC will be hosting West Vir- Call Dan Brown at Glenville PC Dustin Fox. The Bulldogs an- back Charlie Smith put the nail in cheer the Titans to a big victory ginia State kickoff time is set for Specializing in custom built PCs & repairs swered back with a touchdown of the coffin with a 14 yard touch- over Braxton. 3:00pm, socomeonoutand, cheer A new Cottage Industry in Glenville An A-OPEN their own but then missed the two- down run with 5:00 remaining in on the Pioneers, then stay for some registered retailer 953 Mineral Road 304-462-841}1 good food. Price will be $15 for a llllll couple, and $10 for an individual. Titans split matches vs. l-q I, NOT IN MY HOUSE!- Senior stand-out Camai Roberson going up and getting a block in last Thurdays game two loss against Ritchie County. Roberson had three blocks in the match. Kill! - Kacie Buck (left #38) off a set from Shannon Szabo (right #1) spiked the ball hard for a kill in Thursdays game two loss toRitchie County. Buck had four kills in the match, and Szabo sex assists. On Thursday, Sept. 30, the points, two aces Heather SamanthaSmith,eightpoints;Sh- GCHS LadyTitan Varsity and JV Papouschek, nine points; Mar sha annon Szabo, eight points; volleyball teams hosted Ritchie Benson. eight points, two aces; StephanieEstep, six points; Emma County. The JV team was victori- Carly Hough, five, two aces.Bailey four points. Hitting: ous in the first match winning In the next match, the Lady Ti-Roberson, 18-18, six kills; Katie i [i] gamesoneand hree25-18,25-17,tans Varsily volleyball team lost Buck, 17-17,fourkills:Smith,'lO- and losing thc middle game 23-25. to Ritchie County 18-25, 23-25, 10, 2 kills: Erica Williams, 7-7, 2 Scoring: Brianna Lowther 1916-25. kills; Bamberger, 5-6. Blocks: points, sevcnaces:StephanieEstep Scoring: Carnal Roberson, 16 Roberson, three; Buck, two. Set- ----.- 126 Main Ave. Weston 269-1522 12 points: Whitney Minigh, Ii points, three aces; Caitlinting: Szabo, 38-38. six as. ists, viSA Easy Credit Terms Available points, three :ices: Beck}' Gray. I I Bamberger. nine points, two aces: --