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The GlenvUle Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Oct. 28, 2004 --- Page 4A A By Travis Beall, Sports Reporter, 462-7309, Fax: 462-7300 e wins CUT AND RUN- Junior running back Gharlie Smith #23 broke through the line and made a few cuts to gain a first down, as he led the Titans in rushing in the GCHS homecoming game against Meadow Brige on Friday Oct. 22. (PHOTO BY DONNA FOX) By contributing to P.A.C., you can be a part of Glenville State College's winning tradition in Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Women's Volley- ball, Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Men's Track, Women's Track, Men's Cross Country and Women's Cross Country in addition to Pioneer Football. SIDELINE SNARE - Wide receiver Billy Weaver #4 made several nice catches in last Friday night's homecoming game. This particular grab was his longest of the game, as he fought off two Meadow Bridge defenders to make a spectacular catch against the sidline for a first down. (PHOTO BY TRA VIS BF_ LL) Titans homecoming hopes hampered by.Meadow Bridge ) ,TheGJlmer, County Titans (2-6) ened the score at 7-20 and woke carries for 18 yards, and Dustin played host to Meadow Brige (3- the fans up as it shifted the me- Fox tacked on fi+e rushes for 5) last Friday night for their 2004 mentum in favor of the Titans at yards and a touchdown. Dustin Homecoming game. The contest the end of the third quarter. Fox threw for a cool 26 of 42 for turned out to be closer than last To start the fourth quarter, the 355 yards and two touchdowns. year's 43-22 loss; however, the Titans had a chancetocomeback The receiving crew was led by Titans still dropped a homecom- as they had Meadow Bridge in a Andrew Maloney whograbbed 11 ing heartbreaker by a score of 39- third and 16 situation. However, catches for 162 yards, and Billy 21. on that third down play, Meadow Weaver who hauled in 10 passes Neither team was able to put Bridge ran for a 66 yard touch- forl50yardsandtwotouchdowns. points on the board until the sec- down stealing the momentum back Nathan Cottrill caught two passes end quarter when Meadow Bridge and putting the "nail in the coffin" for 20 yards, while Ethan Luzader, tacked on two rushing touch- with a score of 26-7. Each team Josh Brown, and Ryan Tomblin downs, giving them a 13-0 lead at would put up two more touch- each added a reception. intermission, downs in the final quarter, making The mighty Titans will be tray- In the third, Meadow Bridge the final score 39-21. The Titans' cling to Hamlin this Friday; kick- scampered for another rushing last two scores came on touch- off time is scheduled for 7:30. touchdown with 6:09 left in the down passes from Dustin Fox to Gilmer (2-6) should have a good quarter. The Titans finally got on Billy Weaver of 11 and seven chance at improving on last year's the scoreboard with an impressive yards, respectively, two win season as they take on 76 yard drive that was capped off Individually, Rushing was led Hamlin, a team they defeated 19- by athree yard touchdown run by by Charlie Smith who had five 7 in 2003. Dustin Fox. This touchdown tight- .9 The third quarter's only points came on Arthur Bryant's second touchdown, this time a ten yard scamper that gave the Pioneers a 21-9 lead entering the games' final quarter. In the fourth, the Pioneers tacked on their final touchdown on a 16 yard pass from Joey Conrad to Damon McDowell, giving the Pio- neers a 28-9 lead. Chris Owens would add a 28-yard field goal on the Pioneers' next drive, stretch- ing their lead to 31-9. West Lib- erty would add one more touch- down late in the contest to provide the game's final margin. Offensively, the Pioneers struggled through the air as they gained only 124 yards. However, the rushing attack stepped up, giv- ing the Pioneers 194 yards. The Pioneers outgained the Hiiltoppers on the afternoon, 318 to 297. The Pioneers also cashed in points on all five of their trips inside the red zone, which helped them over- Glenville State's Arthur Bryant rushed for 108 yards and two touchdowns and the Pioneers con- verted five of five in the red zone on their way to a 31-17 conference victory. The win over West Lib- erty keeps the Pioneers (4-5,4-1) one game behind Shepherd in the WVIAC standings and places them in a tie with West Virginia Wesleyan for second place. Shep- herd owns the tie breaker over Glenville State due to their victory over the Pioneers two weeks ago. The Pioneers jumped out to an early first quarter lead at 14-0 after Joey Conrad and Arthur Bryant each scored on ruching plays of eight and seven yards, respectively. The second quarter saw West Lib- erty take advantage of a Pioneer miscue on a bad snap while at- tempting to punt. The result was a safety for the Hilltoppers. They would score one more touchdown in the quarter to cut the Pioneer lead to 14-9 at halftime. come thirteen penalties on the day. Individually, Joey Conrad had a subpar day, as he completed only 13 of 30 passes for 116 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. The receiving corps was led by Antonio Carter's six catches for 37 yards. Damon McDowell, Arthur Bryant, and Tavon McGee each caught two passes. Arthur Bryant led the way rushing for the Pio- neers with his 108 yards on 22 carries. He also added two touch- downs. The Pioneers have been prepar- ing all week for this Saturday's contest against West Virginia Wesleyan (6-1,4-1). The matchup is very important regarding con- ference standings, as both teams will enter the game tied for second placewith conference records of 4-1 overall. Both teams' only loss came at the hands of Shepherd. Kickoff for the contest, which will be played in Buckhannon, is sched- uled for 1:00 pm. Vote "FOR the GCEDA paid fi~r h) personal c,mtributlon.,; of (;CEI)A members! The mind is like the stomach. It is not how much you put into it that counts, but how much it digests. --A.J. Neck ! Present ... GSC Pioneers vs. WV Wesleyan Bobcats ! Kickoff time: 1 P.M. Sat., Oct. 30 at Buckhannon! the P.A.C. Choose the level of P.A.C. membership that you're comfortable with and, then, sit back and enjoy the benefits. Booster Level s35-s149 Captain Level s1,000-s2,499 Blue Level s150-s299 Coach Level s2,500-s4,999 Silver Level s300-s499 Royal Blue Pioneer Level s5,000 Starter Level s500-$999 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: Glenviile State College Athletic Department/P.A.C. 200 High Street Glenville, WV 26351 p I I I I I II I I I l I mum I I I l Illl Illll l I I I I IIll I I m i IIII u Pioneer Athletic Club Donation u I NAME: I ! I PHONE: AMOUNT: $ I :1 ,ADDRESS: .......... i L ---- -- -- -- -- - .............. l I I I I Ilm Ill mllm i~l [ I~l l IIII I I I mlll~ Illll I I I I l J Sponsored by -- GOOD LUCK PIONEERS, IN THIS 2004 FOOTBALL SEASON! Paul is a 1954 graduate of GSC, a retired National Football League coach, and a GSC Curtis Elam Hall of Fame honoree. Helen, also a former GSC student, is a retired teacher, and a Who's Who Among Teachers honoree. The Ripley couple are steadfast supporters of Glenville State College, both as to its academic and athletic programs. I Pioneer Athletic CIub-PAC The Pioneer Athletic Club is the league and nationally, but scholarship institutionwithloyalsupporters. Wehope fundraising organization tbr the Athletic support is a must. you will join our teams and join the PAC! Department at Glenville State College. AllreceiptsanddisbursementsforPAC We appreciate every level of donor. The PAC provides scholarship assistance are handled through an account with the The member benefits increase with the to student-athletes in eleven sports and is Glenville State College Foundation, Inc. level of giving and GSC student-athletes vital to the success of the athletic teams. A tax deductible contribution to PAC benefit from every gift. Many of our Your support can go a long way toward entitlesamembertoalonglistofbenefits, 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 The West Virginia Intercollegiate Ath- not otherwise be able to attain a college are very much appreciated by our Pioneer letic Conference is always very competi- education, coaches and athletes. tive, andGlenvilleStateCollegeisamem- We are very proud of the effort and ThePACacceptscash,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 feel free to contact us at 462-4102. can achiexe continued success in our Subway 500 Sunday, Oct. 24 Martinsville Speedway Top Ten (start pos. in parentheses) 1. (18)Jimmie Johnson, Chevy. 2. (8) Jamie McMurray, Dodge. 3. (1) Ryan Newman, Dodge. 4. 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