Newspaper Archive of
The Glenville Democrat
Glenville, West Virginia
Lyft
October 21, 2004     The Glenville Democrat
PAGE 7     (7 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 7     (7 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 21, 2004
 

Newspaper Archive of The Glenville Democrat produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




en- t By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 SPIKEr - Samantha Smith #8 getting up for a spike in the Varsity's win over Doddridge County at home on Tuesday, Oct. 12. SET MACHINE - Shannon Szabo #1 went a total of 96-98 setting with 34 assists against Clay and Doddridge in a Tri-Match here on Tuesday, Oct 12. 1 Oct. 15 Braxton 46, Gilmer 14 Gilmer (2-5).0 0 014-14 Braxton (6-1) 13 20 13 0-46 First Quarter: B- CJ Jagielski 4yd run (Cord Metz XP good) 5:59 B- Patrick O'Malley 38yd fumble recovery (XP failed) 2:54 Second Quarter: B- Jesse Berry 13yd pass from Josh White (XP good) 8:02 B- O'Malley 40yd interception return (XP good) 6:59 B- Matt McKinney lyd run (XP failed) 5:!0 Third Quarter: B- Kenny Hacker 4yd run (XP good) 9:20 ' B- CJ Jagielski 21yd run (XP failed) 4:42 Fourth Quarter: G- Dustin Fox 3yd run (XP failed) 6:37 G- Fox lyd run (2pt. conver. good Fox Run) 0:45 Team Stats: G B First downs 12! 3 Rushes-yards 39-147 43-217 Passing-yards 4-45 3-45 Total yards 192 262 PC-PA-INT 4-10-2 3-4-0 Penalties-yards 4-35 9-66 Fumbles-yards 6-26-1 Punts-average 2-31.0 1-28 Individual Statistics Rushing: Charlie Smith 16-89, Dustin Fox 22-61, Charlie Smith 7- 15. Passing: Fox 4-10, 45 yards. Receiving: Maloney 1-26, Billy Weaver 2-12, Josh Brown 1-7. Next Game: Meadow Bridge at Gilmer. Homecoming game kickoff is set for 7:30pm this Friday. r J Page 7A---The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 THREE HAPPY WINNERS - On Sept. 25 the Millseat Hunting Club and Tannerfest sponsored a first annual A'IV Poker Run starting at Tanner. Pictured above (L to R) are the three prize winners First Place : Robin Schimmel, $150.00; Second Place: Vanessa Leishman, $100.00; Third Place: Manervia Smith, $50.00. (Also not pictured is Debbie Coons winner of the 50/50 drawing. A Successful Special Olympics Golf Tournament The Gilmer County Special Western Glenviile Inn, Energy Olympics wishes to commend all Corporation of America, those who made possible a very Hardman's Supply, Tomblin Ser- successful golftoumament on Oct. vice Station, and Kim Demastus. 2. A special praise goes out to Mr. We also appreciate the donations andMrs. ArdenBishopfordirect- from Jack Reed and Whitey ing and coordinating the event to Adolfson. I.L. Morris and Ron Stalnaker for A special appreciation goes to their help and The Glenville Golf those who came out and took part Club. We also wish to commend in the golf scramble. The Phares the followingbusinessesandindi- Brothers Team (Jim, Dave, and vidualsforholesponsorship:Waco Alex Phares and Arden Bishop) Oil and Gas, Flying "W" Plastics, tied for first place with the Flying Appalachian/Apcon, Glenville "W" Team (C.T. Greenlief, Dick McDonald's, Oppe's Foodlands, Peters, Gene Collins, and Don Rockwell Resources, Glenville Hughes). Foodland, Continental Petroleum, ' The money raised will be used LLC, Stalnaker Energy Corpora- for Gilmer County Special Olym- tion, Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Miller pics athletes so that they may par- Supply, Philip A. Reale, Best ticipate in our sports.program. Oct. 12 Doddridge Co. Middle School Invitational On Tuesday, Oct. 12, the GCHS Lady Titan Varsity volleyball team (16-8) hosted a Tri-Match against Clay Co. and Doddridge. In the first match, G i liner played Clay, losing a close one 21-25, 25-17, 17-25. Scoring: Samantha Smith, 22 points, two aces; Carnal Emma Bailey, four points; Shan- non Szabo, three points. Hitting: Roberson, 23-27, 11 kills; Erica Williams, 22-22, seven kills: Bamberger, 22-22, five k.ills; Smith 5-5, two kills. Blocks: Roberson, six; Bamberger, two. Setting: Szabo, 59-61,20 assists. Mini-Titan Girls: 72nd-Shae 'e "Gainer 16:40; 100th-BethAnn • !oy rs 18.'01; t08th-Jessiea Rixson 18:33. Mini-Titan Boys: 64th-Noah Camai Roberson, nine points, one Kinder 14:44; 91st-Bradley Benson ace; Brianna Lowther, seven points, two aces; Caitlin Bamberger, five points; Emma Oct. 14 Bailey, four points. Hitting: LKCCHAMPIONSHIP Roberson, ! 4-14, seven kills; Erica Williams, 7-8, five kills; Smith, 7- Varsity Girls: *15th-Lark 7, one kill; Bamberger, 6-6, two Butler23:45; 31st-StevieAnn ! 5:34; 106th-Luke Montgomery 16:17; 115th Patrick Cundiff 16:45. Roberson, 14 points; Brianna In match two, the Lady Titans' kills; Lowther, 5-5, one kill. Langman 28:34;36th-Abby Lilly Lowther, nine points; Caitlin Varsity volleyball team defeated Blocks: Roberson, three; 29:50. Bamberger, eight points, one ace; Doddridge25-17, 25-17. Scoring: Bamberger, three. Setting: Szabo, Varsity Boys: 27th-Chris Weaver "" "7 "4 i - 19"52; 28th-Kevin Smith 19"53; Marsha Benson, six points; Shannon Szabo, 14 points, two 3t-3 , t ass sis. • • aces; Samantha Smith, 11 points; . _ , ....,.... , i , Dylan Tomblin 22:09; 42nd-Lee Stephanie Estep, four points; 33rd-Eddie Hartman 20:48; 40th- - Sq I ARn. All tillmer IPapouschek 22:14; 45th-Steven k uirrel Season t county Coaches I Viola 24:18. ] • [ *Lark Butler earned 2nd Team • 0pens 0ct0ber 9 i A" "m"Cou"YbtheGlenvillet coachesareDemo ] ALL--LKC. GOOD HUNTING DAY- On Sat. Oct. 16, opening day of bow season [ encouraged y " -1 was a lucky day for a young Gilmer County resident. Brian Ethan See, GILMER COUNTY HIGH I cratJPathfinder to submR" game[ 13 of Lems Run in Stumptown woke up with the intentions of hunting SCHOOL GIRL'S giniaSquirrelseas°n°penedinWestVir'on Sat., Oct.9. ] statisties to ensure aecuracy and a[ deer with his bow. But to his and his family's surprise, instead of ttmel" fashmn." In order to better to kill his first [ y I bagging a large buck, this young boy was lucky enough Squirrel season has always been servethe leofGilmerCounty PLA EEK very popular in Mountain State/ peep " | [ bear. It was the first bear ever to be checked in at Sears Exxon in [ with updatedFall sports informa-] ] ' Stumptown and the first bear killed in Lems Run. It was a I 1/2-2 year and many of today s hunters got their [ " , Y P "1 - old black female weighing in at approx. 300 Ibs. (Brian) Ethan is a 7th tion we ask that ou lease sub rlu, S jmq~,~lw~, [ start hunting bushy-tails. For many m]t' all ames and''mformatmn" to , l , "l I ClUD, Call grader at Gilmer:County High School. His parents are, Brian See of sportsmen, this event is a traditional tSports Dept. Phone: 462-7309,,] ] Clarksburg and L;bretta See of Stumptown. His parents are going to ritual that marks the real beginning of :1 hank Y " * ] have his trophy kill mounted for him. • autumn. Itisasplendidoutdooractiv- | Fax 462-7300 supplements the enjoyment of I "" ou and Good Luck. ] ity that ......iiiii~j~iII i ! ri" ! mountain°Ur state s fall" scenery.f°iiage and charming g#" " Since the state is nearly 80 percent V O'T' SCHOOL [ forested, ample.squirrel hunting op- portunities are available in every CAITLIN BAMBERGER G. C. H. S. Varsity Volleyball player of the week, Freshman Caitlin Bamberger, the daughter of Greg and Bernadette Bamberger. ERICA WILLIAMS G. C. H. S. Varsity Volleyball player of the week, Senior Erica Williams, the daughter of Eric and Brenda Williams. Sponsored by Glenville Foodland Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. - 9p.m. • Sun. 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Foodland Plaza • 462-5463 II county. Last year's mast production was good enough to carry plenty of squirrels through the winter and thereby provide good hunting this fall. This year's DNR mast survey indi- cates that oak generally produced bet- ter than hicko,ry_, walnut and beech. West Virginia s annual mast survey is available at the District DNR of- rices and on the DNR web page at www. wvdnr, gov/hunting . There are two species of squirrels in West Virginia, the fox and gray squirrel. Both are legal, with the total daily bag limit being six and the pos- session limit being 24. Hunters are reminded by the DNR to maintain good relations with land- owners, and always get permission before hunting on private property. This common sense courtesy is fun- damental to the future of hunting in West Virginia. This 3 Year Levy is a continuation of the current levy. It will NOT increase your taxes. We appreciate your past support and urge you to vote on or before November 2. For additional information, contact the Board Office: 462-7386! Our children deserve the b I Thgs adve gsement pa£d for the fol.l.owLn0 volunteers: Lynn Lowther, Denzil Huff, Mike Tdplett, Jessica Montgomery