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\ eHigh Virg]nia'C nf"erencew]nover yard piunge. Gandee's boot The win broke Glenville's Glenville: the Big Blue of Bluefield State gave Glenville a commanding three game losing streak Bluefield College on Saturday night at Pioneer Stadium. Gilchrist, a junior tailback, carried the ball 47 times for 211 yards and the fired-up Glenville defense hetd the visitors to just 24 yards 000O-O 14-0 edge at the half. following an opening-season Glenville 1 7 0 7.21 Following a scoreless third 30-27 win over Georgetown, G - Drew Waller 1 run (Steve stanza, Glenville added the Kentucky. Gandee kick) final touchdown of the evening The Pioneers will try to ira- G - Dennis Gilchrist 3 run when Brad Batten scored from prove their WVC mark when (Gandee kick) three yards out. Gandee's kick they travel to Salem on Satur- G - Brad Batten 3 run (Gandee made the final score, day. k i c k ) rushing. In addition to holding the Drew Waller, who received Big Blue to just 24 yards on the Titans suffer fourth the starting nod at quarterback ground, the Pioneer defense due to a broken hand injury to was also hard on the Bluefield regular quarterbac Terry passing game as the visitors setback of season 32-1 8 Spangler, got the Pioneers on completed only nine of 35 passes for 99 yards. The Pioneers rolled up 372 yards in total offense. The team had 275 yards on the ground and 97 through the air the board in the opening period with a one yard run. Steve Gandee's PAT from placement gave the host Pioneers a 7-0 advantage. The Gilmer County Titans suffered their fourth loss of the season on Saturday after- noon when they were defeated 32-18 by the Hawks of South Harrison in a game played at Lost Creek. The host team jumped to a 9-0 first period advantage and never looked back on the Titans who slipped to 2-4 on the campaign. The Titans trailed 15-6 at in- termission and fell behind at the end of three 37-36 for first cage win The Gilmer County girls var- sout sity basketball team won its first game of the season last Tuesday night when they ed( scored a 37.36 Little Kanawha per Conference win over the Walton Tigers in a game to played in Walton. lead The Gilmer girls trailed the host Tigers 7-6 after the first its period but outscored Walton 10-6 in the second stanza to the take a 16-13 lead at intermis- sion. Walton cut into the Titan lead by outscoring the local Titan gals 13-12 in the third period and but their drive for victory came point one points short with a 10-9 nod in the final period, and Tina Burkhammer paced the Other local girls with seven field goals and three charity tosses Toni