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4 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder November 3, 1977 Titans lose to Pennsboro, 40-8 The Hayhurst boys were too much for the Gilmer County Titans as they guided the Pennsboro Cardinals to a 40-8 Little Kanawha Conference triumph over the local team in a game played at the Gilmer County High School Athletic Field. Friday, October 28. The Hayhursts accounted for 34 of Pennsboro's 40 points. Quarterback David Hayhurst threw two touchdown passes and scored one himself, while fullback Bruce Hayhurst crossed the goal line three times. David also had a pair of extra point tosses. Pennsboro, now 8-1. took com- mand early when David Hayhurst hit Dennis Gatrell on an ll-yard touchdonw pass with 5:22 left in the opening quarter. A run attempt for PAT failed. Bruce Hayhurst got the Cardinals on the board again with 8:39 remaining in the first half as he scored from two yards out to give Pennsboro a 12-0 halftime lead. The Cardinals turned the game into a route in the third period as they outscored the Titans. 22-0. David Hayhurst ran over from the three to trigger the onslaught, then passed to Mike Hinton for the bonus points at the 10:52 mark, With 8:16 left. David hit brother Bruce on a 49-yard scoring bomb and added the extra points on a toss to Hinton. Finally, with 3:09 remaining in the third stanza. Bruce Hayhurst broke for a 21-yard scoring romp. Pennsboros final touchdown was on a 41-yard pass from Brian Miracle to Hinton with 7:46 left in the game. .,@.oooo@.oeo 00oo0 0000000 The Titans finally hit paydirt with 7:21 to play on a 66-yard pass and run play from Mike Minney to Steve Carney. Cliff Frymier added the extra points via the run. Pennsboro was 19 of 28 passing for 304 yards in the game, with David Hayhurst hitting 17 of 25 for 254 stripes. Hinton grabbed six aerials for 126 yards and AI Delancy had four receptions for 56 stripes. The Cardinals also had 143 stripes rushing on 33 totes with Bruce Hayhurst netting 82 yards on 11 carries. Gilmer had 104 yards rushing on 41 carries, with Jerry Duelley churning out 40 on nine carries. In the air, the Titans were five on 13 for 107 stripes with Sophomore Carney grabbing two for 79 yards. DOWN--Members of the Gilmer County Titans stop a Pennsboro play in the October 28 game with the Cardinals. Titan players shown are: Phil Stalnaker ]30], David Skinner [71], Eric Williams [8,1], Kelly Allman [50], Keith Morrow ]10] and John Edwards [70]. GSC bowlers compete ' Pennsboro held a 17-10 bulge in '':" u ,"Aor"an*own first downs. The Titans, now 1-8 on the year, will close out the season Friday. November 4, in a Parents' Night game with East Preston at the Gilmer County High School Athletic Field. Game time is 7 p.m. Players' parents will be honored at special pro-game activities. Pennsboro 66226--40 10 Gilmer O O 08- 8 P: Gatrell. ll-yard pass from David Hayhurst: run failed. P: Bruce Hayhurst. 2-yard run: run. failed. P: David Hayhurst. 3-yard run; Hint,n. pass from D. Hayhurst. P: Bruce Hayburst. 49-yard pass from D. Hayhurst; Hint,n, pass from D. Hayhurst P: Bruce Hayhurst, 21-yard run: run failed. P: Hint,n. 41-yard pass from Miracle: run failed. G: Carney, 66-yard pass from Minney: Frymier run. Titans fall to W]/'I A L'.-,.# I"/' .,t.Afl-")t'l GSC BOWLERS-This year's bowling team at College is shown. Front [left to right]: Mike Sc Mike Hickman and Mark Smith. Back ]left to rightT: The Wirt County Tigerettes outscored the Gilmer County Titan Grog Martin, Dale Sparks and Dave Twyman. [Photo, bY Girls basketball squad, 17-9, in the final quarter Thursday, October 27, to On Saturday and Sunday, October National Championshi defeat Gilmer. 49-39, in a game played 23 and 24. the Glenville State College last year they in Elizabeth. The contest was originally bowling team was in Morgantown to The team begins scheduled for the Gilmer County compete in the Mountaineer Classic. West Virginia Conference (WVIA in gymnasium, but was moved to According to Coach GarryKight, he other match is Elizabeth because of the heating has not yet received official results of squad this semester as problem at the local gym. the contests, which included 16 The Titans rolled out to an early schools. Kight added, however, that he next semester's Conf 6--4 lead at the end of the first quarter believed the local squad finished in The bowling team i the West Virginia and had Wirt by one point at the half. about the sixth position in team Tournament to be How ToTake 18-17. The Gilmer Countians were competition. Among the better known and 19 at Marshall unable to keep the lead in the second teams competing were the United CoachKight point: A $1)0 half. however, as Wirt outscored them States Naval Academy. Penn State and still a possibility by three points in the third quarter and West Virginia University. bowling team Federal then pounded them in the last frame. Pam Minigh led the Titans with 22 However. he notes Income Tax points. Kim Heckert added 11 for CoachKight isin his second year as two women have Gflmer. The loss was only the second Head Bowling Coach at GSC. Two compete, and at least years ago the Glenville team won the needed before a team i i loss of the year for the Titans. They Deduction dropped their first game to Parkers- ASSISTANT COACH Jay Chambers of Gilmer County speaks with burg Catholic on October 18. A tkioso rwns Pie If l could show you a way Judy Slack led the victors with 14 / nears : to claim a tax deduction of some Titan players on the sidelines during the Friday, October " i   points. Christie Roberts canned 13. : up to $1,500 every year game with Pennsboro. Gilmer's John Edwards [70] tS shown getting Janice Ellison hit for 10, and Alice Of beau fifu/ day 19- 7 that you work and to use instructions. [Democrat Photo] Harris added nine for Wirt County. / : this money to set up your Wirt has also lost only two games this : own retirement fund, would  It was a beautiful fall afternoon when Kelly clicked with you be interested? season in 13 outings. :  Gllmer 61212 9-39 Saturday. October 29, at Institute. for l6 and 17-yard If you're working and not PRBEWI3  4 13 15 17-411 Things didn't look so lovely for the with a third down : covered by a pension plan Gilmer [39] Glenville State College Pioneers. the State 15- ; I can. : Reed, 2-0-4; Minigh, 10-2-22; Heckert, however, as they dropped a 19-7 chased fromthe decision to the West Virginia State lacket pass rush and . Yellow Jackets. Atkinson was right ; and if you're not taking ad- Wlrt [49] Terry Atkinson. the quickest again, turn on a burst : vantage of it you're miss-  (3 Slack, 7-0-14: Roberts. 5-3-13; Harris, ing out.  member of the State secondary, got a into the clear and : ovember 4 & 5 4-1-9: Ellison. 3-4-10; Shears. 0-1-1: : Let me show you how it Exline, 1-0-2. TOTAL: 20-9-49. Pioneersgd grip paidn thedearlyfootballeachtWicetime.and the 85-yardVirginia State was meant to help you. , '  Atkinson intercepted two Glenville The iil HUNTERB. BEALL JR. FROM zo P.M. TO 2 A.M. STONEPUgCHASED passes and returned them 22 and 85 Irl3GrandCentrBIAvenue FOIIIHSCHOOL" yards for touchdowns to provide the sing Vienna, W.Ve. 1 Gilmer County High School difference in the State triumph, their of seven, surpassing i-opperw'ne Dan Watson in Offic (304) 2rlll Athletic Director Damon West second of the season. Rtmidence(304) 38441823 announced last week that the Gilmer Atkinson, a 5-9 Sophomore from tied him with Watson OMop(OlllLif County Football Stadium Fund has Fort Lauderdale, Florida, stunned the Carter (1961} as the purchased two Port-o-let toilets for the Pioneers by picking off Glenville interception return crethcfuIu.reisnow Athletic Field on Vanhorn Drive in quarterback Kemp Kelly's first pass of The Pioneers Glenville. The group also purchased 35 the game and danced along the scoreboard in the MettoolJton Life, New Yolk. N.Y. tons of stone to be put along the areas sidelines 22 yards into the end zone Tom Phillips banged '********'**"''"'*'****** near the stands at the field, before the game was a minute old. one-yard-linewith ........... The stone arrived Wednesday, Apparently inspired by the quick scoreboard clock. The October 26, and students from the score, the Jackets converted a botched GSC touchdown drive high school spread it during the Pioneer punting attempt into a 13-0 pass from Kelly toBob , afternoons of October 26 and 27. lead and then Atkinson burst into the went after his third / spotlight again before a crowd play, but Eaton / All classified ads must be paid in estimated at 1.200. from the ' advance. We have a very. low rate Early in the second period, the field, getting the / because we save you the bookkeeping Glenville mounted its first serious drive 15 before being costs.  After the initial . - -- Jackets responded kickoff return GSC's Jim Henderson / Come in and check our alues ..... | Glenville started 14-yarder to Eaton 1_ 206 E?S .!n ...... __nM=!J!__e. ; ....... _.3_8___ carries by Phillips - - threatening t the down with three y WATER WELL SERVICE Turner tripped loss and followed Myers Pumps Soles & Service 1, yards behind on a fourth-down DRILLING CLEANING OUT Both teams ha w H.K. 'Nip' Frymier victorybyiniuries'Theon the \\;, third-string ..J Tanner, W. Vat Phone 462.8657 beginning of the forced to L protection from ;,\\; ', " of the Pioneer , out or hampered  Dave's Sport Shop The Pioneers statistics. They ;' Hundreds of New & in first downS yardage. The only l There's a new look at our motor bank.., we've Used Guns - All Kinds be the key NOo installed the faster, easier-to-operate Tel-Air The Pioneers, will close out the ee system for your convenience. 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