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The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004 -- Page 4A By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 q3o- J ar . Presents ... DIGGIN IT- Freshman Roane County at home :\.% :.:. .. i: J star Caitlin Bamberger going down for a score stopping dig in the Varsity's loss to on Tuesday, Oct. 5. SERVING UP AN ACE - Sophomore Whitney Hacker Minigh served for several points in a row during the JV's win over Ritchie County on Thursday, Sept 30. Gilmer girls place third in tournament Saturday againSt ail AA.AAA teams On Thursday, Oct. 9, the GCHS sists, ing: Shannon Szabo, 13 points, three Lady Titan Varsity volleyball team In match two, tbeLadyTitans'Var- aces; Brianna Lowther, 13 points, (15-5) traveled to Charleston to par- sity volleyball team defeated River- three aces; Caitlin Bamberger, seven ticipate in the Rumble by the River- side 25-23, 25-13. Scoring: Samantha points, two aces; Stephanie Estep, side. The Tourney, in which Gilmer Smith, 17 points, two aces; Shannon seven points, three aces; Camai was the only Class A school partici- Szabo, ninepoints;CaitlinBamberger, Roberson, five points; Samantha pating, was made upoften teams tobe eight points, oneace;Stephanie Estep, Smith, five points. Hitting: Erica played in twopoolsoffive teams. Not six points, one ace; Camai Roberson, Williams, 10-10,fourkills;Roberson, only was Gilmcr at a disadvantage /'our points; Brianna Lowther, four 9-9, three kills;, Bamberger, 5-5, one being the smallest school but riley points. Hitting: Roberson, 18-18, kill; Smith, 5-5, one kill; Lowther, 3- werealso without star pla-yer Kacie seven kills; Bamberger, 8-8: Smith, 3. Blocks: Roberson, eight; Buck who was out due to a shtmlder 5-5, one kill; Erica Williams, 5-5; Bamberger, two. Setting: Szabo, 25- injury, However, the LadyTitans ral- Lowther, 2-2, one kill. Blocks: 25, seven assists. lied to go undefeated and win their Roberson, nine. Setting: Szabo, 37- In the semi-final match, Gilmertost pool, only to have their great run 37, seven assists, in best two out of three to Indepen- stopped in the semi-finals by lndc- In match three, Gilmer played,dence 23-25, 25-23.7-15. Scoring: pendence in a very close match, giv- Nicholas County, winning 25-19, 25- Camai Roberson, 14points, twoaces: ing Gilmer a third place finish, 19. Scoring: Samantha Smith, 14 BriannaL0wther, 13 points; Samantha [n the first match, Gilmer played points, four aces; Carnal Roberson, Smith, tenpoints;CaitlinBamberger, Buckhannon Upsher winning 25-t6, 12points, twoaces;BriannaLowther, six points; Shannon Szabo, fivepoints; 25-14. Scoring:CamaiR,~berson. fl eight points, one ace. Hitting: Emma Bailey, three points; Marsha points, one ace; Samantha Smitl.. I I' Roberson, 14-15, seven kills; Caitlin Benson, threepoints;StephenieEstep points: Shannon Szabo, 11 points; Bamberger, 15-15, three kills; Erica one point. Hitting: Roberson, 19-19. BriannaLowther.eightpoints:Emma Williams, 10-I0, two kihs; Lowther, six kills; Bamberger, 17-17, twok~lls; Bailey, six points;CaitlinBambcrgcr, 9-9, two kills; Smith, 3-3 Blocks: Erica Williams, t5-15, five kills; three points, Hitting: Rubcrs~m, 17- Bambe'rger, five;Roberson, four.Set- Smith, 5:5. one kill; Lowther, 4-4. 17, nine kills: Erica Williams. I I-I I. ting: Szabo, 44-44, 14 assists. Blocks: Roberson, five; Bamberger. five kills: Bambergcr, 8-8, 2 kills. In match tbur, Gilmcrdefeated St. three. Setting: Szabo, 44-48, 12 as- Biocks:Roberson, sevcn:Bambergcr, Albans winning 25-20, 25-9. Seer- sists. two. Setting: Szabo, 35-35, 14 as- On Saturday afternoon. Glcnvillc only to sec the third quarter result in ball well all day, as they amassed 533 State faced off against Shepherd in zl more of what the first half offered, total yards of offense, including 463 game of unbeatcns. Glcnvillc State The Pioneers had a total of three third net yards passing. However, a lack of and Shcl~hcrd. along with l~'llm.vcon- quarter possessions. Those posses- efficiency in the red zone (one of terence member West Virginia sirras ended with two punts and an four) and four turnovers, not includ- Wesleyan. entered Naturchly interception. Meanwhile, the Golden ing the turnover on downs on the afternoon's action as the ~mlv un- Rams tacked on another touchdown game's final drive, doomed the Pie- beaten Icarus re,naming m c~mfcr- midway thlougb the third quarter. A neers. ence play. The Pit)nccrs racked up two-point conversion wasmade, pro- Quarterback Joey Conrad led the ovcr500yardsoftot:tl offense against viding the Golden Rams with a 20-7 Pioneer offense, as he completed 43 the WVIAC's number one ranked lead as the ctmtcst entered the fourth of 69 passes on the day for 439 yards, defense. However, four tuvm~vcr,, and quartet, two touchdowns, and two intereep- aoncoffourcflbrtinsidcthcrcdzonc The Pioneers would notquit how- tions. He also added 19 rushing yards, ultimately doomed the Pioneers :is ever. as they took their opening drive giving him 458 yards of total offense they fell to Shepherd. 20-14. of t!lc fourth quarter seven plays for forthe game. Arguably the WVIAC's Shephcrd'assumcd control early dlld 55 yards and a tout' down. The touch- two best wide receivers proved them- outplayed the Pioneers in the l irst hal f down came on a 2~-yard pass from selves yet once again. Preseason All- of action, AftcrShcpherd sc~wcdtheir C'onrad 1o wide receiver TavonAmerican Antonio Carter cau,,ht 17 second umchdown of the atlcrno~m McGee. The s~.orc cut the Gt)ldcn passes for 179 yards. Running mate with 4:48 rentaining in the first hall, Rams lead to six at 20-14. Tavon McGee caught 12 passes for giving them a 12-0 lead, the Pitmcers The Pioneers would get two more 155 yards and atouchdown. Thcrush- wouldbcginthcirscvcnlhdrivc~ffthe pt)sscssitmsmthceontcst.Thefirsiof ing game was led by Damon half.The first sixdrivcs wcrc a struggle the two possessions resulted in a punt McDowcll's 37 yards on nine carries. for the Pioneers. as tbcy punted three alicr lhe Pioneers drove into Shop- Defensively, the Pioneers were led times, coughed up two fumbles, and herd territory. The final drive of the by another fine day by Jacquez Tay- threw an interception. However. the day liar the Pioneers began at their lot. Taylor made I I tackles and had seventh drive would see the Pitmcers own five with 4:32 to play. The Pie- one passdcllcction. Cornncl Norman to 80 yards~m nine pktys, capf~cd hy nccrs wuuld move the ball steadily contributed 10 tackles also for the a four-yard touchdown pass Imm Jtlcy down the ['icld, marching 62 yards on Pioneers. Conrad to Emery Williams with -IN 17 plays dt~wn to the Shepherd 33 The Pioneers. who dropped tt) 2-5 seconds remaining in the half. The yard-line. However, the drive ended overall and 2-I in WVIAC phty, will late touchdown in the half bv Ihc wilh 26 ticks left on tbc clock as the play Imst this Saturday to West Vir- Pioneers would provide the hal'ltm~e Pioneers turned the ball over ~m giniaStateforbt~mccoming. Kick-off sco,c of 12-7. thlwns, is scheduled Ibr 3:00pnt. and there The Pioneers calne t)Ut of halltimc The Pi~mccrs' offcllSe lllO'.;cd the will be a pig ltla'd lollov~ing the game. GSC'S HOMECOMING GAME GSC Pioneers vs. WV State University Yellow Jackets Kickoff time: 3 P.M. Sat., Oct. 16 at Morris Stadium Visit Go-Mart for your subs, party trays and tailgate supplies before the WV State University game on this Sat., Oct. 16, the Pioneers' homecoming game. Don't miss this crucial game - and don't miss the new Sub Express & Pizza Primo sandwiches, salads, and pizza made.to order,t Next week: The Pioneers travel to West Liberty for an Oct. 23, 1 P.M. kickoff Read about Homecoming in next week's l newspaper. DIP rlI im I~viIIilIl the P.A.C. Scholarship FuJ d! ,,., Choose the level of P.A.C. membership that you're comfortable with and, then, sit back and enjoy the benefits. Booster Level 35-s149 Captain Level Sl,000- 2,499 Blue Level 150-s299 Coach Level 2,500- 4,999 Silver Level 300-M99 Royal Blue Pioneer Level 5,000 Starter Level 500-s999 For more details, telephone Athletic Director Greg Bamberger at 304-462-7361. If you are interested in joining the P.A.C. please send a check in any amount to the "GSC Foundation" with a check memo to "P.A.C." for membership. Cut out the coupon below and mail it to: Gienville State College Athletic Department/P.A.C. 200 High Street Glenville, WV 26351 r i i I i i i i i iiiii i i i i i I i i i I i i iiii i i i i i i i Pioneer Athletic Club Donation I NAME: I PHONE: I ADDRESS:~ L IIIIB 1 IBII I IIIm Ill AMOUNT: $ --1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIII I I I I I I I I I J Sponsored by -- Primo~~~. ~ Located in Go-Mart at the downtown traffic light GLENVILLE 304-462-7274 ( " Pioneer Athletic Club-PAC The Pioneer Athletic Club is the league and nationally, but scholarship institution vdth loyal supporters. Wehopc fundraising organization for the Athletic support is a must. you will join our teams and join the PAC'. Department at Glenville State College. AtlrccciptsanddisburscmentsforPAC Wc appreciate every level of donor. The PAC provides scholarship assistance are handled through an account with the The member benefits increase v, ith the to student-athletes in eleven sports and is Glcnvitlc State College Foundation. Inc. level of giving and GSC student-athletes vital to the success of the athletic teams. A tax dcdN,'fihle contribution to PAC benefit from every gift. Many of our Your support can go a long way toward entitles a member to a long list of benefits, student-athletes would not be able to at- helping us maintain and achieve success All PAC funds are used for scholarships tend college without your support. The in our respective sports, for deserving student-athletes who might opportunities that PAC donations create TheWest VirginialntercollegiateAth- not otherwise be able to attain a college arevery much appreciatedbyourPioneer letic Conference is always very competi- education, coaches and athletes. tive,andGlenvilleStateCollegeisamem- We are very proud of the effort and ThePACaceeptscash,checksormoney ber of NCAA Division II in all sports, commitment from our coaches and stu- orders. A receipt will be issued by the National competition will increase and dent-athletes, and we also believe that PAC for all donations of $35 or more. the level of play will continue to rise. We Glenville State College is an outstanding Please feet free to contact us at 462-4102. can achieve continued .success in our EA Sports 500 Sunday, Oct. 10 Kansas Speedway Top Ten (start pos. in parentheses) Flatwoods Days Inn Presents a Haunted Halloween Dinner Theratre and Dance on October 30 & 31 Doors will open at 6:00 pm with a cash bar and dancing until 12:30 am. The haunting theatre production, "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde," will commence at 7:30 pm. Dinner will be served from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (Beastly Prime Rib, Ghoulish Grilled Chicken Breast...). Costume contests, with prizes. Guests will stay overnight, with a complimentary breakfast buffet. Call 765-5055 for more information and reservations. 1. (I) Joe Nemechek, Chevy. 2. (12) Ricky Rudd, Ford. 3. (6) Greg Biffle, Ford. 4. (11)Elliott Sadler, Ford. 5. (3) Jeremy Mayfield, 13edge. 6. (22) Kurt Busch, Ford. 7, (10) Jamie McMurray, Dodge, 8. (9) Dale Jarrett, Ford. 9. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevy. 10.(13)Brendan Gaughan, Chevy. Top Ten in points: 1. K.Busch 5,685 2. D.Earnhardt Jr. 5,656 3. J.Gordon 5,606 4. E.Sadler 5,542 5. MMartin 5,535 6. T.Stewart 5,512 7. M.Kenseth 5,505 8. RNewman 5A53 9. J.Johnson 5.438 10. J.Mavficld 5.428 BowHunting Supplies. Cam o Cloth#rig. Best Ordering Service Available!