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Wrestler of the Week Phil Stalnaker wrestles in the 132 pound class, has been chosen 1 Wrestler of the Week. Phil, a Senior member of the registered pins during recent matches against Harrisville County High Schools. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Okay Gap. team is coached by Jay Chambers• They have been involved in matches this season. A report on the matches already held Braxton County, at Braxton. The score was 52-6 in favor of Braxton is "AAA" while Gilmer County is "A," but the match for the boys." according to Coach Chambers• 13, Harrisville at Gilmer. The score was 43-18 in favor of wrestlers from Gilmer County registered pins during Phil Stalnaker, Junior Edwards and Johnny Edwards. 15, Doddridge County, at Doddridge. The score was 38-29 in Coach Chambers noted that his men-are improving. The from GCHS registered pins during their matches: Bobby Collins. Phil Stalnaker, Daub Lash, Russell Green and Rondle eff Wallbrown tied with his opponent. was Monday, December 19, at Calhoun County. Results were unavailable at press time. GCHS wrestling card follows: Doddridga Spencer Invitational South Harrison Parkersburg Catholic Calhoun County Harrisville Spencer Parkersburg Catholic, L.K. Conference Braxton County " Regional" Tournament basketball Dec. 17 High Schoors *Dec. 20 Coach Kent *Dec. 22 his squad for the Jan. 6 Jan. 10 the team will be Jan. 13 Kenny Kuhl, Jan. 17 ',reynolds and Mike *Jan. 20 Woodford, Brad *Jan. 24 ?urr, Danny Smith Jan. 27 and Sophomores Feb. 1 Steve Carney. Feb. 3 Greenlief's Junior *Feb. 8 COmposed of Juniors *Feb. 10 Sprouse and Jerry Feb. 14 Sophomores Pat *Feb. 18 David Scott and Feb. 21 Feb. 22 will serve as is Trainer, serve as Statistician, will be Score- Will open the season game against Wirt i :00H 1:00A 8:00H 8:00H WVIAC standings and statistics Following are standings in basketball in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC}. according to figures released by the Conference. The standings include 8ames through December 11. Conference Rating Overall 1. Wesleyan 4-1 90.0 6-4 2. Fairmont State 3-1 85.0 5-1 3• West Virginia State 4-2 75.0 4-4 4. Salem College 3-2 72.0 3-5 5. West Liberty State 1-1 70.0 .- 6. Wheeling Collage 1-1 70.0  7. Shepherd Collage 1-1 55.0 5-1 8 Glenville State 2-2 58.0 9. Tech 1-2 .36.7 2-3 I0. Morris Harvey 1-2 33.3 4-3 11. Concord College 1-3 32,5 5-5 12. Davis & Elkins 1-3 32.5 2-4 13. Bluefield O-1 0.0 2-3 14. Alderson Broaddus 0-I 0.0 I-7 In individual statistics. Glenville's Ralph Ledbetter is third in the Conference in scoring average. Ledbetter has 161 points in eight games for an average of 20.1. Leading the Conference is Edgar Randall of West Virginia State. Ledbetter holds down fifth place in rebound average. He has 83 rebounds in eight games for an average of 10.4. In goal shooting accuracy, Wayne Washington of the Pioneers is in twelfth position. He has hit 31 of 55 shots from the floor for a mark of 56.4 per cent. Charles Warner is in tenth place in foul shooting accuracy. He has hit on 19 of 23 free throw tries for a 82.6 per cent clip. :_: Deer kill is lower than expected West Virginia hunters killed fewer deer during last week's special two.day antlerless deer season than expected by the Deparmtent of Natural Resources. Wildlife biologists had antici- pated a total kill of about 5.700 deer but hunters reported an unofficial total of only 4,791. Hampshire County had the highest total for counties that were open during the special season• with 1.546. However. biologists had hoped for a kill in that county of 2,151 for the best management of the deer herd. Totals reported in the other counties were: Hardy, 1,045; Grant, 832; Tucker, 525: Mineral 480; and Pendleton, 363. Antlerless deer hunting is a valuable tool in game management in areas with large deer populations, according to DN'R game biologists. The controlled harvest of anflerless deer under strict quotas for individual counties helps maintain a healthy and growing deer hard. Eastern Eight League standings Following is standings in the Eastern Eight Basketball League including games through December 13. Team League Overall Villanova 2-0 5-0 Massachusetts• 1-0 4-0 Pitt 04} 3-2 Duquesne 0-0 2-2 Penn State 0-0 1-1 George Washington 0-! 4-1 Rutgars 0-1 3-1 December 22, 1977 "" The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder $ "Sundowners" hold onto lead The "Sundowners'" .continue to hold onto the lead in the Faculty & Staff Bowling League, according to standings released including games for the week of December 11• The first place team sports a record of 39-17. Team members are Wanda Self, Ruth Moss, Rodney Moss and Danny Self. The "Has Beens" and the "Oilers" are tied for second with records of 35-21. In third place, the "Three & One" show a mark of 34-22. "Katie's Hot Shots" are fourth with a log of 32-24. A tie has developed for fifth, where the "Bombers" and the "M & M's" have identical records of 30t-25 V= • The "Bad News" are in sixth position, with a record of 281/2-27V2. Seventh place is held by the "Country Kids." They show a mark of 27-29. "The Vacant Lot," with a record of 26V2-29Y2, are in eighth place. "C & G Layne" occupy the ninth position. Their record is 26-30. Tenth place is held by the "T-16's." They hold a record of 25-31. The "Cellar Dwellers" are eleventh with a log of 23-33. "ale Lucky 13" is twelfth with a record of 21-34V2. In thirteenth place, the "Three Bowlers & A Roller" sport a 19V2-36V2 mark. The "Guttersnipes II" are in last place with a record of 15 wins and 41 losses. "Bowlers of the Week" were Millie Beall, with an actual series of 541: and Junior Boggs, with an actual series of 599• Elsie Kirkpatrick continues to hold the high average for ladies per game far the season with a 164 mark. Sandy Waggoner is moving in close with an average of 160. Rodney Moss leads the men with a 173 average. Bantz Collins is second with an average of 160. Tanner students make cookies by Susan McCartney On Wednesday, December 14, the third grade class at Tanner Elementary did a proiect baking Christmas cookies. The project was under the direction of Ms. June Nonnenberg. Eleven students partici- pated in the making of "Stained Glass" cookies. Ms. Nonnenberg stated that it gave them something to do and the students had a good time making the cookies. i DAVIS CLOTHING ............ ] SALE GOING ON _ | . 206 Eost Moin Glenville, WV 462-732,| West Virginia 0-1 " 2-4 7:00H - - - H IA most thoughtful gift 8:00A 8:00H 8:00H for Christmas...... 8:00A 8:00A 8:00A Let us be your bearer of glad tidings B:OOA 8:00H 8:H 52 times a year! 8:00A 8:OOH Give a gift subscription to your friends, 8:OOA NOW AVAILABLE AT )u a way of ty year to use up your :1, Would how it 1:00A 8:00H 7:00A • 8'.00] ' GILMER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1977 - 1978 Wirt Doddridge Braxton Spencer Braxton Calhoun Harrisville Spencer Pennsboro Doddridge Walton Sistersville Roosevelt Wilson 8:00H Calhoun 8:00H Wirt 8:00H Sistersville 8:00H Harrisville 8:00H Walton 8:00H Feb. 28 Roosevelt Wilson 8:OOA Mar. 3 Pennsboro 8:00A *Games at GSC Gym. Coach: Kent Kennedy THE GALLERY Court Street Glenville WV BlU i, II I I IIIII I , I I I II II ..... Jl! 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