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November 15, 1984

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m! 4 The GlenviUe Democrat-Pathfinder -,,- v.~ 4l.- ~;,- ~.,.-...,...f"~-.~ V.,.- v...- J~ v.,.-.- ~;.. v -..- ~.~.,.--,~ v .... win over The Glenville Pioneer defense The Golden Bears got on therushing total, and offense contributed with board early in the second half, on 22 carries. touchdowns to give the Pioneers and narrowed the Pioneer lead career at GSC a 14-6 win over the West to 7-6 on a 36-yard interception to become the ca Virginia Tech Golden Bears return for a touchdown. Glen- rusher in WVC do Saturday. The gave the ville blocked the extra-point, Salem's lack edd Pioneers a 6-3 mark overall, and presarvin the lead, going into rushed for 4,033 a 5-3 record in the "West the final quarter, his career at Salm, Virginia Conference. Tech fell to It was BrookS' ..: With time running out in the . .... 3-6-1 overall, and 2-5-1 in the game, Pioneer quarterback For-, game in his career'j fnll- conference, rest Hall connected on a 10-yard Glenville amaSS8 Dean Reedy stole an errant pass to Vern Withrow to give yards, while thq Tech pass to start the scoring in the Pioneers their winning held the Golden Bea- th the game. The Szldennik kick score, following a 41-yard drive yards. Fumbles BB ]:F ] gave the Pioneers a 7-0 lead in to paydirt, teams in the game, b | the first half. Byron Brooks added to his six, andGlenvilletO CENTER ,i Moore and Miranmy named to All-Tournament team Going tO a party for the holidays? Need a tan for that "special party? m parties,Stpby our office and we will see that you have a tan for all holiday i | coach atFrank GlenviUe staVincent' headte College.ftball G,I, ner Gal:; fi 1,sh th, rd ,ion , ^.oc,..on o, ,n IRavens voq d Toume, f---- collegiate Athletics {NAIA} to ete 462-5775 ! serve as chairman of the dec District 28 All-American selec- The Gilmer County High 13-11 at the end of the first Deb.bie Bush with d unUllCUT THIS AD OUT lllllllllll: tion committee. School Lady Titans went 1-1 in period, the Lady Mr. Lions of each, and Monna LI' The committee will make action in the Ravenswood Charleston outscored the four. II District 28 All-American recom- Devilette Tournament held last Titanettes 11-3 in the second " G" Gals . . . ,. lne umer _m i[ mendations to the NAIA na- weekend, to up their record to permd to take a commanomg 16-41e d .dheld!!ll B_ tional All-American selection 14-6 on the year. They finished 24-14 lead at the half The third n ;r " s "%" "o 1 .... " ago o quaff [ ~.'~' ;[ m committee. The recommenda- third in the tournament, with a quarter had both teams scoring the half. Gilmer e't tions are based on nominations loss to Charleston in the first 10 points, and in the fourth the Ti erettes in i from West Virginia Conference round, followed by a win overquarter, Charleston outscoredfinal uarters Phone 4 -8654 Glenville, WV==1 footballThe NAIACaches'Division I All- game.Pennsbr in the consolation the. Titan girls 10-6 to notch the respectively.' " ' He Americans be announced Michelle Freeman hit 18 win. ..... Marcia Moore un 5aturaay, in me consom- ............. ,- ed h Friday, December 21, 1984. points for Charleston to lead the tion game, Gilmer met Penn- Open Friday Saturday m District 28 is compased of all Charleston squad to a 44-30 win shore, and upped their record to "4 w'" 60-28 ...................... -- November 16-17 > West Virginia colleges par- over the Gilmer Gala in the first i o lm a sneuacmg el and A, d-e,, t ticipating in West Virginia Con- round of the tourney, held Fri- theT, igerettes.. .... Ravenswo