Glenville State Athletic Director Marcal Lazenby would like to announce the hiring of Amanda McGill as the new Head Coach of the Lady Pioneers Acrobatics & Tumbling program.
McGill takes over the second year program and brings an extensive career in gymnastics and cheerleading and will bring enthusiasm to the Lady Pioneer program.
She started her career at Williamstown High School as a member of the cheerleading squad from 1993-97. In 1995 she performed in Dublin, Ireland for the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Lord Mayors Ball and in 1996 she performed in Hawaii for the Aloha Bowl.
Quincy Wilson (R)
Long before GSC Football Assistant Coach Quincy Wilson donned the blue and white of the Pioneers, and even before he had "the run" as a WVU Mountaineer running back against Miami, Wilson was a multi-sport standout at Weir High School.
It was on the football field where Wilson really excelled. As a Red Rider, Wilson was a four year letterman; he capped his career off with an amazing senior season complete with a 1998 West Virginia Class AA state championship.
While Wilson lettered all four years, it was not until his junior season that he really got to explore his abilities on the offensive side of the ball. In just two seasons, Wilson racked up 5,624 yards of offense.
#1. GCHS Lady Titans Crowned State Champs
For more than a decade, small, private WV schools have dominated the WVSSAC Class A Basketball circuit.
In fact, despite a stellar season, the GCHS Lady Titans spent the year ranked just behind #1 St. Joseph Central.
However, on March 12, that Lady Titan team rallied from a double digit halftime deficit, 15-27, in the State Championship bout to defeat the Irish, 42-40!