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Page 4---The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, December 19, 1991 i, ,i ,i ,ii Lady Pioneers go three-for-three The Glenville State College Lady Pioneers upped their record to 4-3 overall and 3-1 in the con- fercnce with three consecutive vic- tories. On Monday, December 9, the STATISTICS Vs. A-B GSC - June Shrivcr 10: Christy Fi watcr 28: Jodi Hill 6: Nikk i Cale 26; Lauri Slaughter 14; Jackic Myers 13; Nikki Hardman 11: Lady Pioneers came out the vic- Amy Scott 2; Stephanie Ferrell 2. tors in a battle against Alderson TOTALS 32 29-33 102. 3-point Broaddus by a score of 102-91. goals - Fitzwater 6, Cale 3. Christy Fitzwater scored six A-B - Pat Wilson 15; Jamie three-point baskets and ended the Rogucki 10; Pare Noble 19; Mich- night with 2g points to lead the Pioneers. Nikki Calc followed close behind with 26 points. Fourother Lady Pioneers scored in double figures including June Shrivcr, 10; Lauri Slaughter 14; Jackic Myers 13 and Nikki Hardman 11. Jackie Myers scored 25 points and Nikki Cale added 20 to pace GSC in their victory over Davis & Elkins Wednesday, December 11. The final score of the match-up was 97-79. Two other GSC cagers scoring in double figures were June Shriver with 15 and Amy Scott with 11. On Saturday, Dcccmber 14, the Lady Pioneers defeated WV State at State by a score of 91-79. Nikki Cale led five other Lady Pioneers scoring in double figures with 23 points. Cale also had eight assists. Other high scorers were Christy Fitzwater, 12; Jodi Hill, 17; Lauri Slaughter, 16: and Jackie Myers 20. Slaughter also had double fig- ures in rebounding with 12. The Lady Pioneers will be back in action January 7 in a home game against Shippensburg of Pennsylvania at 7:00 p.m. clle Robenson 10; Lisa Dean 11: Bryce Scllars 5; Brenda Dilly 1: Vanessa Lipscomb 20. TOTALS 33 24-36 91.3-point goals - Wil- son 1. Vs.D& E GSC - June Shriver 15; Christy Fitzwater 3; Amy Scott 11; Jodi Hill 5; Nikki Cale 20; Lauri Slaughter 8; Stephanie Ferrell 2; Jackie Myers 25; Nikki Hardman 8. TOTALS 36 23-33 97.3-point goals - Cale 1, Fitzwater 1. D & E - Lauri Gilligan 14; Stacy Davis 2; Lori Grimes 2; Dcbbic Geismar 21; Michclle Layfield 6; Kim O'Conncr 2; Cheryl Alpanalp 4; Carrie O'Conner 12; Tracy Thompson 16. TOTALS 25 27-42 79. 3-point goals - Thompson 2. Vs. WV State GSC - June Shriver 2; Christy Fitzwater 12: Jodi Hill 17; Nikki Cale 23; Lauri Slaughter 16: Jackic Myers 20; Nikki Hardman 1. TO- TALS 34 26-40 91.3-point goals - Fitzwater 2, Cale 1, Hill 1. WV STATE - Jennifer Akers 31 ; Anne Blaney 16; Kim Cook 11; Jeanne Jones 8: Shelly Martin 3; Rhonda McCormick 3; Collettc McKnight 7. TOTALS 31 15-22 79. 3-point goals - Cook 1, McCormick 1. Jack's Septic Service, Inc Holiday Schedule for Christmas Week & New Year's Week We will observeChristmas Day & New Year's Day Garbage will be collected as follows Wednesday on Thursday Thursday on Friday Friday on Saturday Office will be open 9:00--12:00 Christmas Eve Office will be open 9:00--3:00 New Year's Eve Please have garbage out the night before / at the Derrick Loung Baseball has given me many things, but none do ! value more than the v~arrn friendships formed during my playing years. The world seemed just a bit smaller back then and moved at a slower pace. When 1 broke into the majors, teams ~ere still traveling bx train, and that meant hours of sv, apping stories, trading tips on how to bat against the next opposing pitcher and general kidding around. The baseball ~orld certainly ~as smaller. Unlike today, where each league is divided into dixision~, there ~xere fewer teams and everyone played each other the same number of times. The results v~,ere far greater opportunities to get to kno,a players on opposing teams. As hard as we'd play against each other during the game. there ~as no barrier to solid friendships. If the Braxes vxere headed into Chicago. I could look for- ward to seeing friends like Emie Banks or Billy Williams. One of the sad results of our current era of jet travel, multimillion- dollar salaries and free agency will be fewer friendships. Let's face it. the chances of t~vo good players teaming together for five. 10 or 15 years are veU slim. It used to be that a team would never trade a star, except perhaps at the very end of his career. Eddie Mathews and I played to- gether for 13 3ears. We broke the record set by Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig for most home runs hit by teammates. What are the chances that an Aaron-Mathews or Gehrig-Ruth combo would last todax, season after season': Very slim. If the team resisted the temptation to trade, the chances are excellent that the players themselves 'a'ould go for free agency and sign a contract with the highest bidder. No matter how much you guard against it. the "'here today', gone to- morrov,"" aspect of toda~.'s baseball has to put a damper on friendships. And when teams are flying across the country to get from a night game in Houston to a day game in Chicago. there isn't much energy left over for chatter and horseplay. With the multimillion-dollar salaries being paid today, a player is more likely to become buddies ~ ith his agent or his investment counselor than the guy playing second base. I,I Hank Aaron is the top home-run hitter of all time with 755 homers. A member of baseball's Hall of Fame. Hank is senior ~ice president of the Atlanta Braves. 1991 PM Ed~tor~aI Services ent Natural Resources Davey Allison Promotes Safe Hunting in West Virginia Avid sportsman and NASCAR driver Davey Allison will promote hunting safety in West Virginia by taping 10 radio public service an- nouncements for the Division of Natural Resources. Allison, who drives the Texaco Havoline Thunderbird, taped the 30-second announcements during a recent hunting trip to the state. aurant Buffet- 5 pm- 10 pm 'Steamship Round .Beef Burgandy.Baked Fish.Chicken Origanato.Baked Rigatoni. Vegetable. Parsley Patatoes.SoupSalad.Dessert. Dance-- 9 pm- 3 am Breakfast- 1 am & Gravy.Scrambled Eggs.Home Fried Potatoes.Bacon.Sausage.Toast. Orange & Grapefruit Juice-Coffee,Tea.Milk. your reservations now! .Biscuit Glenville State College defeat nationally ranked Before breaking for the Christ- mas and New Year holidays and Vs,, the end of the semester, the GSC - Steve Glenvillc State College Pioneers Smith 15: defeated two of three opponents, chard Smith 6; including nationally ranked Mark Nuckols 1; Charlcston, to up thcir rccord to 7- 41 Mike 2 overall and 3-1 in the confer- Schwcndeman once. TOTALS 40 Monday, December 9, the Pio- goals - Jackson ricers defeated the Aldcrson A-B - Steve Broaddus Battlers in a home Haddock match, 94-86. Carey 2; Jeff Dedsi Saunders. the 6' 5" fresh- Smith 7: Tony man from Moundsvillc.scorcd4l Gandy points on 19 of 20 field goal at- 3-point goals tempts and three of nine free throv,s Miller and pulled do ,,n 14 rebounds to lead the Pioneers to 65 percent Vs. field goal accuracy. Other GSC (;SC - Steve cagers scoring in double figures Smith 13: were Steve Shuff. 10 and Chuck chard Smith 10; Smith, 15. Mark Nuckols 2; Glenville State had six players 16; Jeremy scorin,, in double fi _o-ures Wednes- day', December 11 against Con- Josh Sirch 2. cord, but couldn't capture the lead 93. 3-point losing by' a score of 99-93. They Shuff 1, Fallon came within one in the final two 1. minutes of play, but couldnt keep CONCORD " up with the 2l-point second half Chuck Scott 5; scoring drive of Concord's Ron BcnS Ward. 2: Scott Goins Those GSC ptaycrs scoring in To doublc figures against Concord 2: Ron'Ward25- were Dedsi Saundcrs, 16: Steve 39 99. 3-point Shuff, 13; Chuck Smith. 13: Scott 1, Goins Uwone Jackson, 1.., Richard Smith 10; and Mike Fallon, 15. Vs. ThePionecrshasa 16-pointlcad GSC at halftimc against Charlcston Sat- Chuck S/nith 1, urday, December 14 but only 9: Richard pullcdoutthcvictorybyoncbas- 28: Mark kct, defeating Charleston 79-77. Saunders 8. Mike Fallon, a Lcv, is County 79. 3-point HighSchoolgraduate, wasthchigh Smith 2, scorer of the game with 28 points. Nuckols 1. Fallon also had eight rebounds ( and two assists. Chuck Smith was 19; Harold the only other GSC player scoring glish5: in double figures with 14. 5; Matt EitutiSt, The Pioneers will resume regu- lar season play Janua~' 6 at Co- 29 77. 3-point lumbi,a.Union ..... , " - Wood t,, Buffet ,Dance,Party Favor,champagne at Midn qht "BreM fast single couple pend the night at the Conrad Motel with late check out to watch the am( Add =30 for single or double room--Call Mike Audia for reservatiogs WVs most sophisticated state.of.the art equipment and All types of commercial music played." All reservations paid in advance. 9 E. Main St., Glenville--462.7752 Waterfowl and Migratory dail, Game Bird Hunting Still tory. bird The 10 public service announce- Available ments were prepared by the DNR's West Virginia migratory bird West Vir Law Enforcement Section and hunters are reminded that severalBelt stress huntereducation, huntereth- late seasons are available for hunt- The West ics and the various hunting sea- ing ducks, geese and mourning Natural sons in West Virginia. dove. edition belt The spots will be distributed to The third and final segment of radio stations across West Vir- the statewide mourning dove sea- buckle will ginia. Huntereducation andhunter son will run from December 23 to Nongame ethics announcements will be aired January 7. Doves can be found in This year" throughout the upcoming year, farmlands located in West West with special emphasis announce- Virginia'slargerrivervalleys.The DNR'slogo, ments aired prior to each hunting abundance of doves during this buckle nt season, part of the season is directly re- the back. Allison, who is this year's lead- lated to mild weather conditions. These ing NASCAR money winner and The second segment of_ West8-inch ranked third in Winston Cup point Virginia's duck season will run viduall' standings, offered to donate his from December 14 to January 4 in a registration' services to promote safe hunting Zone 1. All duck hunting is closed perfect gift through education. In addition to in Zone 2. mas and the PSAs, Allison has authorized Goose hunting season reopened sions for the the use of his name and picture to on November 22 in Zone 1 and family. promote the DNR's hunter educa- will reopen on December 27 in This offer tion program, zone 2. The season in both zones sportsmen a West Virginia's hunter educa- will remain open until January 18. play or save tion program was created in 1968. Hunters are reminded that 1992 benefits more The original program was volun- hunting licenses and stamps are animals that tary and offered four hours of in- required after December 31. Wa- experience struction on hunting ethics and teffowl hunters are required to use OrderformS safety, steel shot and must have a federal DNR offices In January 1990, a 10-hour and state migratory waterfowl checking mandatory program was estab- stamp. W.Va. lishedforfirst-timehuntinglicense Hunters may obtain the 1991- 217, buyers. Since the mandatory pro- 92 West Virginia Migratory Bird or call gram went into effect, the DNR Hunting Regulations at any DN'R Also hastrainedmorethan15,000hunt- office. The regulations contain hand-tooled ers. information on zone boundaries, made from leather. deri Gift Certificates for Merchandise Gift Certificates for Hunting & Fishing License Lots of New Fishing Rods & Reels In-Stock Now Many Items on Sale Remington Gift Paks only Sl 995 Mini-Mag Lites Reg.-$1 295 Now Only $899 We Buy and Trade For Good Used Guns Open 8 a.m. till 6:30 p.m. Monday thru Saturday leather belt sory to this buckle. For surallCe,