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I III I I I I"il I I I I I I I mill I By Shaun Smith, Sports Reporter, 462.7309, Fax: 462.7300 I pnons a win npn mes n ALL, TOURNAMENT --- This season's stand-outs, Carnal Roberson, Hannah Chambers, and Amber Lowther won All-Tournament Team honors dudng the Lady Titans' 2003 conquest for state championship glory, In the championship match, these three all-tourney Lady Titans put up big numbers against rival Williamstown: Roberson (40-48 hitting, 16 kills, 13 blocks); Chambers (47-56 hitting, 14 kills, 6 points, 5 digs); and Lowther (163-170 setting, 10 points), 4ili i METZ WITH THE DIG -- Senior Crystal Metz digs up a hard hit from Williamstown in the state championship game. Metz recorded eight digs for the match and scored ten points to help her Lady Titans to victory, e Glenyille S~te College sophomore quarterbackJoey Conrad struck early and often for the Pioneers Sat., Nov. 15 at Duvall-Rosier Field in Fairmont. Conrad threw his first touchdown pass of the game just three minutes into the contest. He finished the day with eight touch- down passes and led the Pioneers to a WVIAC victory over Fairmont State, 56-39. Conrad connected on two touch- i down passes in the first half, a 65- yard toss to Tavon McGee and an eight-yard pass to Derrick Patterson, yet the Pioneers trailed 27-13 at in- termission. They trailed in large part to two costly interceptions, one of which was returned for a Falcon touchdown. However, Conrad would throw for six touchdowns in the second half, four in the third quarter, to lead the Pioneers to a victory in a come-from- behind thriller. Wyatt wins first weekly hoops award A pair of tournament MVP point guards share the first West Virginia Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week honors. Glenville State's Tracy Wyatt and West Liberty State's Kelly West led their squads to a pair of weekend wins. Wyatt, a 5-7 senior, tossed in 40 points and handed 10 assists in wins over 2003 NCAA Tournamen t squads West Chester and Millersville. The Kegley, W.Va. native also contrib- uted seven rebounds and five steals for the No. 7 Pioneers. Conrad wins 'Offensive Player of the Week' Joey Conrad, Glenville State's quar- terback, tossed eight touchdown passes in a wild 56-39 win over rival Fairmont State. The sophomore com- pleted 27 of 37 passes for 378 yards with a pair of interceptions. His 3,223 yards passing in 2003 ranks sixth in WVIAC annals. Six of Conrad's eight touchdown passes came after inter- mission as the Pioneers erased a 27- 14 halftime deficit. Antonio Cartercaught seven passes for 133 yards and Tavon McGee had seven receptions for 121 yards and three scores. Salmon Patrick had a dozen stops. All three were WVIAC stand-outs. Offensively, the Pioneers accumu- lated 460 yards of total offense, aver- aging seven yards per play. They also converted 8-13 third down conver- sions on the day. Conrad led the offensive attack, going 26-36 for 378 yards and eight touchdowns, along with two inter- ceptions. He also rushed six times for 42 yards, giving him 420 yards of total offense on the day. Wide receivers Semaj Richardson, Antonio Carter and McGee had solid performances as well. Richardson caught eight passes for 66 yards and one touchdown. Carter, who entered the contest ranked second nationally in receptions per game (8.2) and sev- enth in receiving yards (115.0), caught seven passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns. McGee, who has come on strong over the past few weeks, caught seven passes for 121 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, the Pioneers were led by junior linebacker Salmon Patrick with 12 tackles, including one for a loss. Senior Rob Hinton completed an outstanding season and career, chip- ping in with 10 tackles. 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