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j The Glenvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder October 27, 1977 Titans lose to Crusaderettes, 62-46 ,\\; BOARD BATTLE--Parkersburg Catholic's Mary Ostrowski [52I battles Gflmer's Diana Smith [40] to lay in two points for PC in the October 18 game with Gflmer at the GSC Gymnasium. [Photo by June Carr] The Gilmer County Titan Girls Basketball team suffered a disastrous second quarter, but gave the unbeaten Parkersburg Catholic Crusaderettes all they could handle during the rest of the game. before bowing to the . Parkersburg squad. 62-46. in a game played Tuesday. October 18. at the Glenville State College Gymnasium. For Catholic it was their 30th consecutive win and eighth of the current season. The Titan gals a re now 6-1. Mary Ostrowski pour;d in 31 points for the victors. The 6-1 Sophomore also grabbed 25 rebounds to pace PC. Susie Miller contributed 11 markers. Pam Minigh led the Titans with 1 5 points. Sue Ann Reed tossed in ten for the local squad. SPECIAL COW SALE 200--300 Head FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 1977 - 7:00 p.m. POCAHONTAS PRODUCERS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC. MARLINTON, WEST VIRGINIA QUALITY COWS 8- BRED HEIFERS SELECTED FOR HERD REPLACEMENTS Pregnancy Checked ..... Sold By Head SLAUGHTER COWS GRADED, WEIGHED, and LOTTED SOLD BY WEIGHT TOCONSIGN CALl:' * ' .... 799-4852 or 799-4554 ALL COWS MUST BE DELIVERED BY 2:00 p.m., NOV. 4 i| BONITA WILLIAMS [14] goes up for a shot in Gilmer County's October 18 game with Parkers. burg Catholic. PC's Mary Ostrow- ski [52] and Gflmer's Pam Minigh 1301 look on. [Photo by June Carr] The crucial second quarter saw Parkersburg Catholic go into a four quarters defense. The PC Coach. Doug Hoselton. attributed the team defense to the point production in that quarter in which the Crusaderettes outscored Cilmer, 12-3. The THans trailed at the half 34-19. and at t}ie end of three quarters. it was Parkersburg Catholic 55, Gilmer 31. The Titans managed a dramatic 'omeback in the final period, in which |hey outscored Catholic, 15-7. but were unable, to overcome the lead the Crusaderettes had built up. Parkersburg Catholic 22 12 21 7--62 Gilmer 16 3 12 15--46 Parkersburg Catholic [62] Miller. 4-3-11: Eaton. 3-0-6: Ostrowski, 13-5-31: Tennant, 2-2-6; Wolfe. 0-1-1: Andrews, 1-0-2: O'Brien. 1-0-2; Fetch. 1d-3 TOTAL: 25-12-62. Gilmer [46] Minigh• 4-7-15: Reed. 5-0-10: Heckert. 4-O-B: P. Crouch, 2-0-4: Smith. 1-1-3: Burkhamer. 1-0-2: Williams, 2-0-4. TOTAL: 19-8-46. Lee ttodges, Glenville State College's star running back, continues to hold second place in the kickoff return department in individual slatistics released by the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Con- fr,nce. The sfatiit'gas throuh Oc.tober 8. . Ho(les has picked up 157 yards in seven carries for an average of 22.4 yards per return. Danny Fitten of West Virginia Wesleyan College leads the WVIAC with 23.3 yards per kickoff retu rn. In third place. Glenvitle's Mitch Guy has gained 173 yards on eight returns for a 21.6 per carry average. Titans drop 32-14 decision at Harrisviile The Gilmer County Titan football team was unable to get its offense untracked in the first half and suffered a 32-14 loss to Harrisville in a game played in that Ritchie County community, Saturday afternoon. Oc- tober 22. The Harrisville squad, which evened its season record at 4-4. capitalized on an outstanding offensive effort by Senior running beck Brad Lewellyn. Lewellyn ran the ball 18 times for 126 yards, caught the ball twice for another 44 yards, and returned one kickoff return for additional 31 stripes. Lewellyn scored three touchdowns for the Gators. Harrisville quarterback Larry Gardner also had a good afternoon. He hurled three TD passes and completed six of 14 aerials on the day for 151 yards. After taking the opening kickoff. the Gators moved 60 yards in just seven plays to tally the opening score. The six-pointer came on a fourth down vlay when Gardner rolled out to his right and tossed a 23-yard strike to Ron" Harper. Three possessions later the Harrisville attack unit went to the air as Gardner fired passes of 19 and 34 yards to Ed Watson and Harper, respectively. Then Lewellyn nabbed a screen pass from Gardner and scooted 18 yards to paydirt. Gilmer managed to run two plays from scrimmage following the ensuing kickoff, but Gardner intercepted on the third Titan effort, giving the Gators possession at the Gilmer five-yard line. Two plays later. Lewellyn cracked over from three yards out to close the first half touchdown scoring. Gardner added the extra point on a run to put the Gators up,gO0 at the half. In the third quarter, the Titans finally got on the scoreboard when an aroused Gilmer defense trapped Gardner in the end zone for a safety. However, the momentum quickly swung beck to Harrisville as Lewellyn swept right end and rambled 31 yards for hie final touchdown of the afternoon. The final Harrisville score came midway through the final period when Gardner tossed a perfect 31-yard strike to Watson. The Titans came alive in the final minutes of the game, scoring on both of their final two possessions. Quarterback Mike Minney tossed an ll-yard scoring strike to Steve Carney and then hit Jeff Furr with a 15-yard scoring aerial to round out the afternoon's activities. Gilmer Coach Bill Iones remarked after the game, "We're trying to develop enthusiasm and consistency at Gilmer County. We iust haven't gotten those things together yet. I really have to give credit to Harrisville. They play good football and Coach {John} Flint does an outstanding iob." Flint was also complimentary of the Gilmer gridders. "Gilmer has a pretty classy football team. Even though they were behind from the beginning they played with a high calibre of sportsmanship." The Titans noW campaign, will Friday, October 28, County High School GUmer Harrisville H: Harper, 23-yard run failed. H: Lewellyn. 18-yard Gardner: run failed. H: Lewellyn, 3-yard G: Safety, Gardne H: Lewellyn, 31-yard H: Watson, 31- Gardner: run G: Carney, 4-yard pass pass failed. G: Furr, 15-yard pass pass failed. Pioneer Stadium is dedicated , )' GSC PRESIDENT William K. Simmons [left] during the dedication of Pioneer Stadium, October participating in the ceremonies were [left to right]: Dr. Wtlburn, Billy B. Burke and Dr. Joseph Now. I Pioneer Stadium, Glenville State College's new 3.500 seat athletic facility on Mineral Road, was dedicated in ceremonies at half time of the Pioneer football game with West Liberty on Saturday. October 22. Dr. William K. Simmons. President of GSC, served as Master of Ceremonies• He offered special thanks to several individuals who helped to make the new stadium a reality, Former GSC President Dr. D. Banks Wilburn then spoke of the various developments the local institution went through in planning Hedges second in kickoff returns Freshman Dave Boggess of GSC is in seventh place. He has picked up 100 yards on six carries for an average of A "first" was recorded at 16 7 yards per carry  Buckhanno "" •   ....  n on me morning of Friday Pioneer enior LineoacKer icJ,  "o ............. ' - L,-- uct oar 7, as-lor tne IlrSt ume in me Reidl is in fourth plaee in !1' '-i-t- f "" "" ...... , n . .o ue u t a tsooge-a Conference in individual defdi# ;ross t; t%' " "" . q+-y. . . y a ,ompmen statistics. Reidl has 23 tackles and 25 'ifi ,behalf oY the"scho01. The team. .assists on the season, coached by James F. Hilgenberg, Jr.. the new stadium. Dr. President until June 30 Dr. Wilburn said the responsible for the Delegate Billy B. Burke. at the dedication. Burke he and his wife and iust the dedication of the Bridge. but added "I was Governors at that much prouder to be Presidents here tonight." Athletic Director Dr. also spoke during the In team statistics, Glenville is eighth in the WVIAC in rushing offense, eighth in passing offense, and ninth in total offense. On the defensive side, the Big Blue are last in defending against the rush. first against the pass. and ninth in total defense. Try a Classified Ad today GSC has cross country team Assistant Professor of History at GSC, competed in the "Rockefeller Five-O," a meet hosted by West Virginia Wesleyan College. Most significantly/the team was only in its second week of formal existence, having been born through the initiatives of some GSC students interested in running. The efforts of Bill Hutchinson, Robey Godfrey. Randy White. John Walker. Patsy Joey Herren were bas organization of the Invaluable aid was joseph Now, Athletic In the meet at Glenville's Bill 37th and he was Godfrey (48th), John Randy White (55th). October 14, the GSC team the Joel Varian West Liberty State Colle was won by West Virgini and GSC runners were Hutchinson [37th}, White [47th). Patsy John Walker, who corn injury. In the future, the country team will com meet with Fairmont the conference meet at KANAWHA UNION BANK Member FDIC Glenville WV GSC SPONSORING The Glenville Division of Health, physiCS and Safety, is sponsoring Snowshoe Resort during break. January 22 Number of program is not to course will offer two Physical Education. GCHS STUDENTS t Dawn Pat Minney attended th Council Convention at October 9-11. Their Anna Jean Rogucki. them. Representatives state were there. students from world were also "All had a good many different ideaS. Rogucki. Dawn. Mike Secretary, President tartan, respectively. student council• Another Conven Lakes, is planned for 25. Count all the classified ad. word per week, with charge per week. advance. E-Z RAMBLIN' FROM 10 P.M. TO 2 A.M. FRIDAY & SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 & 29 EL TORO ""'"- There's a'nt, kx:d˘ our motorbank.., we've U installed the faster, easier-to-operate TeI-Ah" system for your convenience.'Ybu'li like the dear tn[i e with voice communication and direct visual contact with our window teller. Fast, pneumatic tube carder-units speed transactions and whisk you our new on your way. LI .,, Next time you're in a hurry, visit our rnotor bank It won't take long.: Bank Hours Mon. Tue - Thurs ...... 9-12 Wed - Sat ............ 9-12 Friday.Main Lobby_ ..... 9-2 Friday- Drive-In _ 9-6:30 680 ON YOUR DIAL WCAWRADIO ALL NEW 50,OOO WATTS mmlmlmm m lm m m m mm  m m m,l mm I m  ! m ,l nm R   u m 3 I TOM'S GUN Et BOW SHOP I I Glenville, W.Va. 462-5267 I I I I Buy, Sell and Trade I I State College on NovembK * Good selection of deer rifles and handguns in stock I I I . I Complete line of Archery supplies available I Mrs. Currey | I *Scopes, mounts, knives, hunting supplies- I hosts golfers I -- Gun Repair Et Refinishing Services-- I ! Mrs. Muriel (,urr town reports that ten I LOCATED ON SAND FORK ROAD, RT. 5 EAST . friends joined her in I. I September 30. at the local Those playing, in addi Currey. were: Erma Lytle. Edith Rig,s, Ruth Peters. Shirley Potte Ieanette Owens. Lloyd Norman Ris.