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The Presidents, who were 6-1Ron Sta[naker hit Tim Baron on going into the game at a 25-yard pass to set the Rohrbough Field, but left with a Titans so-ahead score, the 6-2 record, last play of the drive, Stalnaker, The first half of the ballgame the second-ranked touchdown was all R-W. as they built up a passer in the state, hit Shanesey 13-0 halftime lead. The Prexies for a lO-yard touchdown. first score came on a six-yard Shanesey is second in the state run by tailback Brian Gray. who in touchdown pass receptions. racked up 128 yards in the first The two-point conversion half alone, pass from Stalnaker to John R-W's second score of the Shock gave the Titans a 14-13 evening came following an in- lead. terception by R-W's Randy Player of the Week David White. The score came on a Peterson then iced the Titan three-yard quarterback keeper triumph by intercepting a Talk- by Darin Talkington. ingion pass and returning it 34 This concluded the scoring in yards for e TD, with just over the first half, as Gilmer County. ten minutes to play. on the move several times in the The Gilmer defense then bore half, could not punch it into the down, stopping a R-W drive. endzone, when Jim Beall intercepted When the curtain rose on the another Talkington pass with second half, the roles were only 3:20 to play. The offense reversed, as Gilmer County then rode out the clock to seal dominated play. their sixth win of the season. The Titans first score follow- The Titans led in total yar- ed a 65-yard kickoff return by dage, with 206 yards, compared Tim Beron comeS up with a Joel Shanesey on the opening to R-W's 168 The Titan defense 29-yard pass from Ben kickoff of thehalf. Thisset upan held the Prexie ground game Stalnaker to seal the Prexies eight-yard run by David Peter- and aerial attack at bay, in- fate in FHday night's upset, son, the game's "Foodland tercepting three passes and Player of the Week." Peterson covering three R-W fumbles. gained 62 yards on 12 carries in Shanesey had two intercep- the game. tions and two fumble recoveries. The Titans had another while Paterson had one in- chance to get right on the terception and Wesley Smith scoreb:mrd, when Shanesey had one fumble recovery. recovered a R-W fumble on the The Titan defense held The Department of Natural ensuing kickoff. The Titan ball leading rusher Brian Gray to 25 Resources has released a list of sat on the R-W 30-yard line. yards in the second, after he Game Checking Stations for However, Gilmer failed to in-amassed 128 yards in the first Gilmer County for the upcoming itiate a drive, and R-w had the half. hunting season, ball back. But they could not'get Ron Stalnaker was eight for There are nine official game the ball out of their territory, as 13 for one touchdown and two checking stations. Conservation the Titan defense went to work. interceptions. Talkington was officers in the county are Sgi. Gary Bourne and James Ball. , Checking stations are: Sear Exxon Station in Stumptown, Phone 354-6552; Country Store one for six and three! tions. Rushing leaders County were in 14 carries, and with 51 yards in 13 leading receiver who caught four yards. The leading David Peterson. assists and four John Shock garnered in the game, while had nine assists tackles. The Titans, now travel to Pennsboro, day. October 26, Cardinals. i Pennsboro s record, however, are game losing streak, ing their first five Tony Sellers a starter at sborois both a good runner, under the former GSC Spangler. #2, Troy, Phone 462-8400; Glen- The Cilmer County Lady Marcia Moore had 11. However. a Admimdon,1.00|withad.75-1adper ) ville Sport Shop, Glenville: Titans basketball team won The Titan Gals led 20-18 at dropped their to: " ' r Somerville s Exxon & Groce y. three and lost one game in ac- the half. but outscored the the Lady Yellow Linn. Phone 462-1105: Ware's Grocery Store, Cox's Mills. tion last week. They came away Hawkettes 11-8 in the third contest 60-50. P,O. Box 10-/. with victories on Tuesday. Oc- period to notch the win. The Titan girls WV 26351 Phone 462-7600: Butcher s tober 9 against South Harrison,This upped the Ladies record off the powerful General Store. Cox's Mills. Thursday, October 11 against to 7-3on they ear. although Marcia Phone 462-8100: Heiney's Doddridge. and on October 16 Missy Minney netted 21 19-point effort, Grocery, Route 5, Glenville. against Wirt. On Thursday, Oc- points in the 57-45 victory over Missy Minney, with Phone 462-8192; Hacker's Store. tober 18, they travelled to Doddridgo County on Thursday the game. Cedarville. Phone 4( 2-8255 Spencer and suffered night. The Lady Titans (res.}; and Buck s Cash & Carry, fourth loss of the Season against R'eg 'FarS hadlq points, record against Sand Fork. Phone 462-7969. nine wins. while Mary Jo Ellyson had 1 I, Tuesday, October In South Harrison, the Lady and Marcia Moore had 10. then travel to Hawks went cold in the thir On Tuesday night, October tober 25, Pennsboro dperiod to drop the decision to 16, the Titan girls travelled to 29, and Harrisville the Titan Ladies 49-46. . Nirt County and came away 1, before returning WV Phone 462-8(N Missy Minney led the Titan With their ninth victory of the Doddridge County on attack with 14 points, while year, against three losses. 5. The m of Maine has 3 00 mites Mary ]o Ellyson had 12. and We can your every need in Hunting, of Fishing TURKEY SHOOT THISWEEKS SPECIAL by Midway VoL Fire Winchesmr 748 Ball Smokeless Powder at Vadis, WV At the recent annual meeting West Virginia, it is Re@. Price 13.96. SALE PRICE *8,99 Nov. 3, 1984 1-6 p.m. of the County Roads Tourist & regional travel 12 gs. ONLY Convention Bureau (formerly organizations in Country Roads Travel Council}, Financial su U(mnse, GameClmcking No fixed or girts it was announced that Tom organization comes if Shriver of Cedar Creek State tract with the Park was elected to the board of rice in ( directors of the regional tourist from cities and promotion organization region, and i i representing Gflmer County. He paid by local will serve with the directors directly or from the other nine 0ounties in from the bureau's the Country Roads region. In order to The primary purposes of thethe region's travel "tourist and convention bureau's industry, the bureau f i board of directors are, to a number of : establish policies for the 8ramseach I organization, approve the pro- distributing motional and marketing pro-news releases grams to further develop the quiries from i i region's travel industry, and calls on bus tour t serve as a communications link travel agents and between the bureau's office and conducting staff with the members in the tours, 1 county. The new board of direc- travel and trade tors will be meeting this week to preparinR a organize for the coming year guide. The bureau , and go through an orientation i ,, . session, dividuals Thqk tourist and convention today activities of bureau was established in 1972 tion. by a group of local residents Questions on the who wanted to increase this convention If area's travel and tourism in- directed dustry Chartered as a non- board of profit corporetion of the State of bureau's office in I .f "l Imlteve in ~ dtltldtm 4 ltitnm md could tdKt~ ' it George Baird FOR THE BIEb'T PIZZA IN COME TO / , . Tho IDinlng II emn h f,m, pro, urn, oahm, hmn e==and,0 din, q; mo t w ln dW of at Imt 1| P-rid for by Candkim