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The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 ---Page 4A By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 ( the J OVERPOWERING OFFENSE - Even though it was a cold and rainy October afternoon the Pioneers would not be denied a homecoming victory as their offense dominated West Virginia State with a total of 368 yards on Saturday, Oct. 16. READY TO RUN - Glenville States punt return unit stayed busy on a day that saw West Virginia State punt the ball eight times for a lousy 25.6 yards. A big reason why was punt returners Tavon McGee (left #11 ) and Gilmer Counties own Jacob Lilly (right #31 ) pictured above waiting on the bounce to see who is going to take the ball. On Saturday afternoon in a contest that saw the scoreboard at Glenviile State College read absolutely nothing until the final minutes of the contest, the Pioneers cruised to an easy 28-7 victor), over visiting West Virginia State. Just prior to kickoff, the Glen- ville area experienced a power outage due to a fallen tree on local power lines that knocked out numerous trans- formers. Power was not restored for nearley two and a half hours, causing the officials to have to dictate time from the field. The Pioneers opened up the scoring late in the first quarter on a three yard touchdown pass from Joey Conrad to tight end Emery Williams. Chris Owens' extra point gave the Pioneers a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quar- ter. In the second quarter, the Pioneers offense exploded for 21 points. The first of three second quarter touch- downs came when Joe), Conrad hooked up with wide receiver Apto- nio Carter for a 57-yard touchdown. ( t_~)/~'l~' ~f~" " Serving Gilmer & Surrounding Counties Since 1953 For your home, auto, life, health and long-term care motorcycle, flood, business insurance, & bonds: Jim Collins, Agent Travis Woodford, Agent 216 E. Main St. Glenville, WV Phone 462-7951 Fax 462"1600 ptf01102 @ mall.wvnet.odu CLOSED SATURDAYS IIIII III TODD JONES $35/hr. Light tractor, Backhoe, lawn, bush hog work. The second touchdown came on a by quarterbackJoeyConradwhocom- Damon McDowell run that he fumbled pleted 17 of 26 passes on the day for on the two yard line and was eventu- 288 yards, three touchdowns, and zero allyrecovedintheendzonebyJacquez interceptions. His favorite target on Taylor for a touchdown, and a 21-0 thedaywasonceagainAntonioCarter, lead. The final score of the half came who caught five passes for 82 yards on another Conrad to Carter pass, this and two touchdowns. Tavon McGee time for five yards and the touch- caught three passes for 44 yards for down. The Pioneers took the 28-0 thePioneers.SixotherPioneerscaught lead into intermission, passes on the day, including Emery The second hall's only score came Williams (2 catches, eight yards, one on a 54-yard touchdown pass from touchdown). The rushing attack was the Yellow Jackets' Kerrick Cooper led by Damon McDowell's 69 yards to Kenneth Davis midway through on 14carries.Arthuraddedtencarries the third quarter. The touchdown pro- for 57 yards on the day. vided what would become the final Defensively, the Pioneers were led ") V score, a,.8-7 ictory for thePioneers, by Dennis Stanton,s ten tackles in- The Pioneers dominated play from eluding a sack, and a tackle for a loss. the opening kickoff, allowing them to JacquezTaylor contributed ninetack- avenge last season's 20-13 upset loss' les also for the Pioneers, including in Institute, WV. The Pioneers three tackles for a loss. outgained the Yellow Jackets 368 to The Pioneers, who moved to 3-i 189, including 140-35 in rushing.The overall and 3- I in WVIAC play, will Pioneers were only forced to punt travel this Saturday to West Liberty three times and averaged 40.3 yards State University. Kick-off is set for per punt. 1:00 pm. Individually, the Pioneers were led I i i raiN Not enought room? us for your storage needs! Multiple sizes monthly rates 5x10- *25 10xl0 - $35 - $45 10x20- s55 Close your eyes and imagine all the cares oft& world lified fiom your min ... Kim Nicholson, of the Physical Therapy Department at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, offers fatigue-ridding, spirit-lifting, body massage. Kim is a certified PTA and massage therapist who offers: Pregnancy Massage, Hot Rocks, Infant Massage, and Swedish Massage. Both one-half hour and full hour massages are available for your stress relief. AVAILABLE MON. THROUGH FRI., FROM 8 A.M. TO 2:30 P.M. AT THE HOSPITAL. P.at Vnwt today- 304-269.8097 GIFT CERTIFICATES for CHRISTMAS:!! 000 Kickoff Time: 1 p.m. Sat., Oct. 23 At West Liberty State University, West Liberty, W.Va.! Smith Land Surveying is a local business offering several different services for land and mineral development and consulting to private firms, public agencies and individuals. In fact, SLS recommends that you become members of the Pioneer Athletic Club (P.A.C.). Check with SLS next March to get information about our popular MayGolf Tourney "fund-raiser" for the support of GSC's Division of Land Resource. join P.Ir.C. .hol "Eunl" Choose the level of P.A.C. membership that you're comfortable with and, then, sit back to enjoy the benefits. You're not TOO LATE to join to get tickets to this year's exciting, upcoming basketball season (membership benefit, if appficable). Be a Booster for a donation of $35-$149; a Blue, $150-$299; a Silver, $300-$499; a Starter, $500, s999; Captain, $1,000.$2,499; Coach s2,500-$4,999; or a Royal Blue Pioneer $5,000. For more details, telephone Athletic Director Greg Bamberger at 304-462-7361. 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 convenient coupon below and mail it to: Glenville State College Athletic DepartmentlP.A.C. * Glenville, WV 26351 m Pioneer Athletic Club Donation m I INAME: I I PHONE: AMOUNT: $ I I ADDRESS: I Also, mark your calendar: The game next week, October 30, will find GSC's Pioneers visiting arch-rival WestVirginia Wesleyan in Buckhannon Sponsored by Gooo wc , P/ONCe, S, m rms 2004 t oorna sza_soN! GREG SMITH, OWNER', GLENVILLE 304-462-5634 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 11 in all sports. National competition will increase and the level of play will continue to rise. We can achieve continued success in our UAW-GM Quality 500 Saturday, Oct. 16 Lowes Motor Speedway Top Ten (start pos. in parentheses) 1. (9) Jimmie Johnson, Chevy. 2. (23) Jeff Gordon, Chevy. 3. (25) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevy. 4. (21) Kurt Busch, Ford. 5. (8) Joe Nemechek, Chevy. 6. (39) Dale Jarrett, Ford. 7. (5) Elliott Sadler, Ford. 8. (24) Jamie McMurray, Dodge. 9. (35) Jeff Burton, Chevy. I 0.(15)Tony Stewart, Chevy. Top Ten in points: 1. K.Busch 5,850 2. D.Earnhardt Jr. 5,826 3. J.Gordon 5,776 4. E.Sadler 5,693 5. MMartin 5,664 6. T.Stewart 5,646 7. M.Kenseth 5,635 8. J.Johnson 5.623 9. R.Newman 5,579 10. LMayfield 5,501 league and nationally, but scholarship support is a must. All receipts and disbursements for PAC are handled through an account with the Glenville State College Foundation, Inc. A tax deductible contribution to PAC entitles a member to a long list of benefits. All PAC funds are used for scholarships for deserving student-athletes who might not otherwise be able to attain a college education. We are very proud of the effort and commitment from our coaches and stu- dent-athletes, and we also believe that institution with loyal supporters. We hope you will join our teams and join the PAC! We appreciate every level of donor. The member benefits increase with the level of giving and GSC student-athletes benefit from every gift. Many of our student-athletes would not be able to at- tend college without your support. The opportunities that PAC donations create are very much appreciated by our Pioneer coaches and athletes. The PAC accepts cash, checks or money orders. A receipt will be issued by the PAC for all donations of $35 or more. Glenv, ille State College is an outstanding Please feel free tocontact us at 462_4102. 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