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The Glenville Pathfinder - Glenville, WV 26351 To share sports news with this paper, call the office at 304.462.7309; FAX 304.462.7300 O The Glenville Democrat - Thursday, December 31,2015 - Page 7 DATES TO REMEMBER - January 4 - Glenville vs. Notre Dame (Women/Men) @ The Waco - 5:30 p.m/7:30 p.m. Tip Off January 6 - Glenville vs. Urbana (Women/Men) @ The Waco - 5:30 p.m./7:30 p.m. Tip Off January 7 - Gilmer vs. Webster County (Girls) @ GCHS- 5:45 p.m. JV Tip Off January 8 - Gilmer vs. Doddridge (Boys) @ GCHS - 7:30 p.m. Tip Off Sand Fork Ladies and Normantown Boys Finish as Runner-Ups ByJamieMullins, Sand Fork's girls were not Sports Editor willing to give up. Trinity After weeks of competition, Bancroft added eight points in theGilmer Elementary Schools' the second quarter,and the Lady basketball teams met for the Lions tied things up at half- Tournament Cham,'ionship time, 16-16. games on Wednesday, Dec. 23 Unfortunately,both teams hit at GilmerCounty High School. a scoring drought in the third These teams spent the month with each team scoring only a of Decembercompetingattheir single shot, 18-18. home gyms before finishingout However, the Lady Panthers the month with thisannual tour- came alive in the fourth to take nament, the win, 31-21. It will be the final tourna- Taylor led all scorers with 16 mentfeaturingschoolsfromthe points, Carrah Ferguson and various elementary schools with Jayli Marshall each added six Gilmer County. All three points for the Glenville Girls. schools were represented in the Bancrosft led the Lady Lions Championship games! with 15 points, while Taylor First up, the Glenville Lady McHenry added six points. Panthers. coached by Carl In the boy's Championship, Ferguson and Brian Taylor, the undefeated Glenville Pan- challenged the Lady Lions of thers were the favorite. They Sand Fork, coached by David werecoachedbyChadDrennan Sowell. and Trae Sprague. The Lady Panthers got up This became very clear as early thinks to eight points by they ran away from the EmmaTaylor in the first quar- NormantownVikings,coached ter. They led, 12-6. by Troy Cottrell, in the first EAN HAMRIC LED THE PANTHERS WITH 10 POINTS. quarter and never looked back. The Glenville Panthers took the win and the Championship, 43-14. Ean Hamric led ,all scorers with 10 points; Levi Self added nine points. Avery Chapman and Scott Price each chipped in six points. James Mohr led the Vikings with six points. Congrats, to all who played! EMMA TAYLOR LED ALL SCORERS WITH 16 POINTS. AZE-KI KARATE ACADEMY RECOGNIZES YOUTH FOR ADVANCEMENT- Six happy martial arts students from the Aze-Ki Karate Academy, located at the Glenville State College fitness center, earned new ranks receiving their belts just before Christmas! Pictured: (L-R; Front Row) Rebel Ray Daniel and Kamri Gwen Richards; (L-R; Second Row) Austin Chase Stewart and Bryon Wiant; (L-R; Back Row) Hunter Lemon, Sensei Master Mickey E. Metz, and Keely McWhirter. Congrats, to all the young martial artists! CATCHING UP WITH THE MINI-TITAN LADLES Dec. 1 - Mini Titans (A) t8 Doddridge 23 Jaycie Johnson- 7 pts. Mini Titans (B) 14 Doddridge 19 Haley Gibson - 6 pts. Dec. 9 - Mini Titans (A) 28 Calhoun 32 Autumn Law - 14 pts. Mini Titans (B) 25 Calhoun 18 Eve Mohr - 9 pts. Dec. 14- Mini Titans (A) 28 Robert L. Bland 43 Grace Wellings- 13 pts. Mini Titans (B) 4 Robert L. Bland 34 THE 2015 GILMER BOYS' ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS-THE GLENVILLE PANTHERS -(Front; L-R) Cole Cogar, Eli Sealey, Levi Self, lan Arbogast, and Garrett Butler. (Back; L-R) Coach Trae Sprague, Avery Chapman, Maximus Hulse, Scott Price, Ean Hamric, Justin Liu, and Coach Chad Drennan. THE 2015 GILMER GIRLS' ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS - THE GLENVILLE PANTHERS-(Front; L-R) Bayley Frashure, Carrah Ferguson, Emma Taylor, Kaylea Moss, Zoey McCune, and Alexa Moss; (Back; L-R) Coach Brian Taylor, Hayley McCune, Autumn Moyers, Katie Anderson, and Coach Carl Ferguson. O Both Teams Entered Season Ranked By Jamie MuUins, fourth quarter rally from Mid- day, Dec. 22, it looked like this Sports Editor land to get their second win of may be a close game. The Lady The Titans and Lady "litans the season. Titans (5-1) set tied with their hadmuchtoobeproudofhead- GCHS w,~s led by a trio of host Ravenswood (2-8), 10-10. ing into the Christmas holiday, athletes in double digits. Noah This was not acceptable. The aseachteamaddedanotherwin Aviles led the team with 12 Lady Titans surged ahead with to their early season record, points while Lukas Sirbaugh back-to-back 22 point quarters. = • • • • • • • • • • • • • (tl pLs.) and Trey Shuff (10 TheLadyTitanstookthewin, TITANS (2-1) HOLD ON pts.)roundedoutthetrio.Carter 64-34! FOR WIN OVER Springter added seven fi r the Carly Somerville and Riley MIDLAND TRAIL, 53-46 Titans, including a pair oftres! Fitzwater led the Lady Titans The GCHS Titans (2-1) got • • • • • • • • • • • • • • with 15 points each! Eight of up early on host Midland Trail LADY TITANS (5-1) RUNSSomerville's points came from (3-3) last Wednesday, Dec. 23, AWAY FROM a perfect 8-ot'-8 from the free They entered halftime leading, RAVENSWOOD, 64-34 throw line. Fellow junior Kylie 34-22, As the first quarter came to Shuff added I 1 points for the The Titans would hold off a an end at Ravenswoodon Tues- Lady Titans. 12/21/2015 GCMS Mini-Ladies (A) 35, Wirt Middle (A) 30 GCMS Mini-Ladies (B) 27, Wirt Middle (B) 6 12/22/2015 GCMS Mini-Ladies (A) 37, Ritchie Middle (A) 34 GCMS Mini-Ladies (B) 39, Ritchie Middle (B) 6 12/22/2015 GCHS Lady Titans 64, Ravenswood 34 12/23/2015 GCHS Titans 53, Midland Trail 46 Happy New Year!