(L) Glenville's Rachel Redick eyes basket as she crosses paint on the way to score against a Concord defender during Saturday's home contest. Redick led five Lady Pioneers in double figures with 18 points.

(R) Lady Pioneers senior Christy Alltop hits for two during Thursday night's win over OVC in Parkersburg. Saturday night Alltop hit two critical back-to-back buckets as Concord whittled away Glenville's lead. Alltop is the daughter of Roy and Rhonda Alltop, both Gilmer County High School graduates. (Photos by Drew Moody)

Glenville State (15-2, 6-0) remained unbeaten in West Virginia Conference play with a 77-60 win over Concord (10-4, 3-2).

Rachel Redick led five Glenville State players in double figures with 18 points, while Casey Taylor added 15 points. Lauren Strong and Melanie Oliver had 11 each and Karina Kendrick ended with 10.

Concord got 15 points from Jamie Cluesman. Shari Walker had 13 points, while Samm Nester added 11. Cassidy Smith notched 10 points off the Mountain Lion bench.

(L) Casey Taylor, 6'2" senior center of Sinks Grove WV, goes up for two during Saturday nights game against Concord. Taylor finished the night with 15 points. The Lady Pioneers won the game 77-60. Glenville's next game will be Monday night in Fairmont.

(R) Freshman Melanie Oliver of Glen Allen, VA, intimidates OVC player during Thursday's victory. Oliver and fellow freshman Donita Adams have proven to be key additions to the Lady Pioneer team. (Photos by Drew Moody)

Rachel Redick and Coach Steve Harold during a brief pre-game ceremony honoring Redick's becoming the highest all-time scorer in women's basketball at Glenville State College during Thursday's contest against Ohio Valley University in Parkersburg. Redick was presented a game ball with an inscription honoring her achievement. Redick is just the eighth West Virginia Conference (WVIAC) player to surpass the 2,000 point mark. (Photo by Drew Moody)