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; Page 4---The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder---Thursday, November 14, 1991 The Gilmer County High School Mini-Titans celebrate while accepting their first place trophy. The Mini-Titans defeated Calhoun County 44.23 and Wirt County 37-16 to claim their championship title. : Illl III IIII Ill Ill Ill llllt iiiit i | illl | i iiii | ill i illlll ill i iiii illl 1 ill illll lllll I i 1 illll | |~ I TO YOUR HEALTH FITNESS CENTER I I GIVES you no excuses not to work out, stay in shape, and look your best. I Come in during the month of November and without any obligation receive I two.weeks membership absolutely FREE!!! Membership includes nautiluis I equspmen[, free weights, aerobics, whirlpool, suanas, etc. Does not include I tanning bed or easy tone tables. Must be 16 years or older.I I To Your Health I i Foodland Plaza, Glenville I 462-5095 I ~ mmi mmm mmm gl~ IBBIB ml ~11 Elml ~ iiiI ~ ~ ~ iiB ~llB Glib i~l iiIll lIB ~BI lie IIIIB i1~ l i ~ ~ i ~ lJ icial Entr, Form Nov. 23 Nov. 23 _MARSHALL vs. E. Tennessee St. Univ. Nov. 23 Nov. 23 Nov. 23 Nov. 23 .._Maryland vs. NC STATE Nov. 24---NFL Nov. 24 --- NFL ._CHICAGO vs. Miami Total Points Name Daytime Phone Entry deadline: Thursday, Nov. 21 -- 3:00 p.m. Only one entry per person. Drop off at The Glenville Democrat or any of the businesses listed below. SORED BY: • Derrick Restaurant, Lounge and Cafe, 9 East Main Street • • United National Bank Central, 101 East Main Street • ° Trio Petroleum Corporation, Sand Fork • • Danny's Auto Repair, Rt. 5 West, Glenville • • Stouts True Value Hardware & Variety Store, Foodland Plaza • • Gil-Co Pharmacy, 32 East Main Street • • Smith Land Surveying, 224 West Main Street • • Glenville Foodland, Foodland Plaza • • Gregory's Truck & Auto Shop, Inc., Leading Creek • • John Westfail, D. D. S., 809 Mineral Rd. • • Dowell Schlumberger, Inc., Rt. 33 East, Glenville • 3 mltlx First Place: $10 and 10 points Second Place: $5 and 7 points Third Place: 5 points Fourth Place: 3 points Fifth Place: 1 point r.fmaaa_l $50 (Based on most points accumulated at end of 13 week period) r GSC's Jed Drenning jumps to fourth in NAIA ratings Glenville State College win on Weems' Glenville State College kicker Charlie Wecms kicked a 24-yard field goal in the final seconds against West Virginia Tcch to give GSC a 31-28 West Virginia Conference victory Saturday, November 9 at Montgomery. Glenville State quarterback Jed Drenning has jumped from a fifth place rating last week to fourth place this week GSC, trailing 28-20, scoredby Kevin in the nation in total indi- on a one-yard run by Shanc Had- ning with a vidual offense according todox with 1:29 left to play in the version. statistics released by the NAIA game. Jed Drenning passed to for Division I schools through Chris George for the two-point passes the ninth week of the 1991 conversion to tie the game.Glenville football season. Drenning, a 6- The opening score of the season 4-5-1 foot, 200-pound junior, is av- game came on a 16-yard passthe West Vir craging 307.78 yards per from Drenning to Haddox, but game. He now leads West Vir- ginia State senior quarterback Ken Grief who has posted a Lady Titans unlucky 301.57 yard average on 211t the two- The points were on a one-yar ning fc conversion Simpson and a 30-30 Shells Winchester or Remington Sale Price Leupold Binoculars 9x35 For Reg. Price s229"--Sale Price s219°s sura.c , Charles Duly Binoculars 7x35 Reg. Price s349s--Sale Price s29" Sale Prices Good Thru Saturday, Nov. 16" Scopes Mounted and Bore Sighted We Buy and Trade for Good Used Guns Open 8 a.m. till 6:30 p.m. Monday thru Saturday P ea.rson Renegade Bows Reg. Price s219"--Sale Price $179" Leupold Scopes 3-9x40 Reg. Price s214os--Sale Price $199 yards in seven games. The two quarterbacks arc The Gilmer County High 0 2-2 2. still ranked fourth (Grier) and School Lady Titans lost to 3-point goal- fifth (Drenning) in individual Ravenswood, Ritchie County passing, and Doddridge County on theGilmer Co. W" " • " Pioneer reccwcr Chris road last week. Ritchie Co. George jumped one place Tuesday, November 5, the GilmerCo. from an eighth place ranking Lady Titans fell to Ravenswood Missie Fr last week for pass receiving to 63-33. Missie 'Frye was the high Moore 0 scvcntia this week. Hc has scorer for GC with 11. 0 2; Jenny snagged 63 aerials for a total Against Ritchie County drea White of 901 yards and six touch-Wednesday night, November 6, lor 1 1-2 3; downs. His yards gained perthe Lady Titans were defeated TOTALS 11 catch remains the fourth best by a score of 52-40. Missie Frye goal - Pritt. in the country. Rob McClintie was again the high scorer with Ritchie Co. (52) of West Virginia Tech leads10points. R nda Tingler West Virginia college players On Thursday, November 7, Edminsten ! with 1071 yards on 65 recep- GCHS lost to Doddridge County • Vogt 1 0-0 2; ! tions and a number six ranking 60-31. Misty Moore led Gilmer 8; Valerie HaY in the nation. County with 10 points. Hughes 6 ', The Pioneers arc ranked Gilmer County will compete Mahaney 8 0-': eighth in total team offense, November 14 and 15 in the 2-9 52. averaging 405 yards per game. Doddridge Invitational. They average 5.74 yards per STATISTICS Gilmer Co. play. Their team passing of- Gilmer Co. 13 4 10 6-33 Doddridge _ fense of 321.67 yards per Ravenswood 15 15 12 21 - 63Giimer Co.(3; game is fourth best among Gilmer Co. (33) Missie Frye NAIA Division I schools andMissie Frye 5 1-4 11: MistyMoore 3 5-7 1', leads the West Virginia Con- Moore 1 4-6 6; Jenny Johnson 3 0 4, Jenny ference. 0-0 6; Andrea White 1 0-0 2; drea White 1 • Cheryl Taylor 1 1-2 3; Kerry 0-4 4. Pritt 2 0-0 5. TOTALS 13 6-12 Doddridge 33.3-point goal - Pritt. Lisa Ravenswood (63) Suzanne Sa And the winner is,.. KeH $critchficld 3 0-0 6; Stephanie Drema Rothenberger 2 4-5 8; Swentzel 2 Cara Starkey 4 0-0 8; Stephanie Gum 14 1-3 This week's winner in the McKinney .5 1-2 1 1; Amy 1 0-0 2; Glenville Democrat Weekly Craigo 5 0-0 11" Trinity Loretta Football Contest is Garry Kight. Hendricks 3 0-0 6 Tonya TALS 28 2-5 Kight correctly predicted the Asleson 4 3-3 11; Loric Hcdrick Clevenger 2. winners of all eight regular games played the weekend of Lady Pioneers November 9-10. He also had a correct guess on the tie-breaker ,! ith game and guessed 49 tie-breaker regular season w points to give him a perfect en- try. Finishing second were A.J. The Glenville State College3; Patsy Stewart and Barry Jenkins with Lady Pioneer volleyball team Sees 13; eight correct guesses, the tie- defeated two opponents lastStephanie breaker, and 45-point guesses on week in home matches to finish Belinda total points, their regular season at 14-8 over- Tami 5 Rita Hayner and John P. all and 6-4 in the conference. Gumm finished fourth and fifth On Tuesday. NovemberS, the respectively, with eight correct Lady Pioneers defeated Wheel- guesses. Hayner was seven ing Jesuit 15-13, 15-10, 15-13. Retired points off the total points while Kim Sees and Patsy Buckles Gumm missed it by 15. were the leading scorers with 10 Total points leaders are Garry each. em Kight (40), Barry Jenkins (30), Against Bluefield College of annual and John P. Gumm (28). Virginia, the leading scorer was Stephanie Ferrell with 14. GSC defeated Bluefield by scores of Members - 15-5, 12-15, 15-10, 15-5. County The Lady Pioneers will corn- School pete in West Virginia Confer- their annual ence action November 15 and 16 cheon on at Fairmont. 19, at 12:30 GSC Stat Leaders County Reel Vs. Wheeling Jesuit--Aces: Guest SIGNS Kim Sees 3; Digs: Kim Sees 16; tional event Blocks: Tami Simons 6; Kills: dent of 35’ each --- 50 or more, 25’ each Tami Simons 12; Stephanie yes Red Clay Press Ferrell 14: Assists: Belinda Wilda Mt. Zion • 354-6159 • 800-675-2032 Dowler 12; Patsy Buckles 13. lor will Vs. Biuefieid--Aces: Kim Sees for the the season. ing calling 7400 Deadline