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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 13, 2011 Clinch Mountain Basketball Classic The 5th Annual Clinch Mountain Basketball Classic Tournament for boys and girls will be held February 3-6 at the two Honaker schools. Age groups are 9-under; I 1-under; 13-under, and 15-under. The entry fee is $125 per team. There will be a three- game guarantee. Team awards and individual awards willb e given to the top two places in each age group. To enter or for information, call Doug Hubbard, 276-202- 2552 or 276-8880-9897. Deacons open district with 2 wins by Allen Gregory The Deacons opened their district with wins over Thomas Walker at home and Rye Cove on the road. At this point in the season, their record stands at 4- 6. Those six losses came in tournament games with really stiff competition.- Moreover, those losses were suffered when they had injuries to key players. Reid Edmonds and Denver Fritz missed the majority of those games with injuries. Fritz has played very little to this point and may not be able to play at all due to knee problems According to Coach Patrick Damron, the team chemistry is really good. The kids like to share with one another and they have confidence in each other that they will do their jobs in a given situation. For instance in the game with Thomas Walker, Ryan Milgrim, a freshman, toss- ed in 19 points with 15 of those points coming on five treys. In the game with Thomas Walker the Deacons won 67-59. Bryce Lawson added 14 and Justin Trent 12 in that victory. Also in that game Justin Trent had l0 rebounds while Trevor Hileman and Reid Edmonds each had six assists. SCORING: Thomas Wal- ker--Kearsey 20, Overton 16, Moore 10, Scott 5, Brewer 5, Surgenor 3. St. Paul--Milgrim 19, Lawson 14, Justin Trent 12, Hileman 8, Da Trent 4, Jacobs 4, Di Trent 3, Grizzel 3. On Friday, the Deacons traveled to Rye Cove and came away with a 47-34 win. Talking with Coach Damron on Monday about the victory, he again emphasized the good team chemistry and the fact that he was playing eight or nine deep on his roster. Everybody was making excellent contributions to the team victory. For instance, ~ Dakota Trent only had six points but he didn't have a turnover, had several key assists and re- bounds, plus playing excellent defense. Others who didn't score big in the box score but made excellent contributions to the victory were David Grizzel and Justin Trent, each had nine re- bounds.. The Deacons got a balanced effort in scoring from three of its key players. Reid Edmonds and Trevor Hileman each had 11 points. They were closely followed by Bryce Lawson with 10. SCORING: St. Paul--Ed- monds 11, Dillon Trent 4, Dako- ta Trent 6, Lawson 10, Jacobs 1, Hileman 11, Grizzel, Milgrim and Justin Trent 4. Rye Cove-- Addison 1, Bush 4, Fritz 1, Giles, Peters 7, McMahan 4, Rollins 7, Petelle 10. Lady Deacons split pair by AIlen Gregory On Friday, January 7 the Rebounding and ball handling The Lady Deacons opened Lady Deacons traveled to Rye has not been the problem. The their Cumberland District play Cove and came home on the problem, according to Coach , Virginia by splitting a pair of games. On short end of a 47-41 score. On Funk, is the team's shooting of Tuesday, January 4, St. Paul got Tuesday, January 11, Coach close range shots and free Trevor Hileman and Bryce Lawson Association of Areaa 77-31 victory over the visiting Terri Ann Funk bemoaned thethrows. Funk states they are just , Lady Pioneers from Thomas fact that we're shooting 32% not hitting the shots like we Walker. In that game the Dea- from the floor and the team should. Records setat SPHS Agencies on Aging cons used a pressing defense to doesn't, take a lot of 3 point SCORING: cause numerous Pioneer turn- shots. We re just missing high St. Paul--Stanley 1, Proulex by Brad Milgrim "- 1,165 total passing yards in a announces free overs. Those turnovers led to a percentage shots.,' Add to that, 1, Arrington 6, Wells 10, On December 9, St.. Paul single season. IU Ihl"r'-oll-'t number of easy baskets lay the St. Paul is not shooting well Edmonds 13, Young 4, High School held its 201-0 foot- Lawson was also awarded Medicare homestanding Lady Deacons, from the free throw line. Coach Campbell, Bradley 6. Rye ball banquet. Receiving: awards for setting new school records for outstanding accomplishmentswith 124 career catches, 224 The Virginia Association of Hannah Edmonds and Katie Funk stated that we have lost Cove--McComas 6, Moore 12, were junior QB Trevor Hileman receiving yards in a single game Area Agencies on Aging SMP Bradley each had double-don-four games to good opponents. Love 7, Carter 8, Kerns, Jones 2, and senior wide receiver'i3ryce and 1,160 receiving yards in a Program is distributing free bles for the Deacons. Edmonds Three of which were lost by Grizzle 12. Lawson. Hileman was "h~Carded single season, booklets called Virginians Protect had 23 points and 12 rebounds three points and one by six Both St. Paul teams will play for breaking school records-for 6 Congratulations to these two Your Medicare - Your Medicare while Bradley pitched in 19 points. In those games the at Coeburn Wednesday night, tds passes in a single game, 20 td players and the entire Deacon Matters. Each toolkit includes: points and 12 rebounds. Deacon defense has been good. weather permitting. passes in a single seas6rr and football team and coaching staff. * Ask the Right Questions _~ - My Medicare Plan Virginia Association of Planning District s e C e k.st O pend an evening with thr e- o Agent/Broker/Company orm Commissions hon rs three Virginia leaders time Super Bowl champion .Medicare Advantage Plans The Virginia Association of importance of the Commissions. cases the creative work and the Bill Bates . 15 Tips to Help You Planning District Commissions The Gordon Dixon award is ability to leverage resources and Find a Medicare Part C or D (VAPDC) awarded Virginia intended to recognize a VAPDC services of Virginia's PDCs. Kick off the New Year and plays in the rebuilding of the Plan State Senator Frank M. Ruff Jr. commissioner or executive dir-The Cumberland Plateau get in the Super Bowl spirit with Dallas Cowboys. * Tips to Avoid and and Joyce French with the ector who has provided lead-Company, recipient of the de former UT Vol and Dallas" Cow- An inspirational team leader, Detect Medicare Fraud Robert W. Baker Achievement ership and make outstanding Voursney Best Practices award, VICAP Programs in Award and the Gordon Dixon contributions to promoting the embarked upon a program in boy Bill Bates .at King College Bates exemplified the qualities Virginia/Virginia Health and Award, respectively, at the concept of regionalism in the 2004 to provide internet service Thursday, January 27 ~at"6:30 of perseverance and dedication Association's annual Summer Commonwealth of Virginia. to all businesses in its four- p.m. A member of the" 1992, every time he stepped onto the Consumer Resources 1993, and 1995 Super Bowl field. Prior to the 1990 season, The toolkits were made Conference in Virginia Beach. Joyce French, the Gordon county area. Within the next five Championship teams; Bates is Jimmy Johnson tabbed Bates as possible, in part by a grant from The association also awarded the Dixon award recipient, served years, the company was able to one of the NFL's true"success the Cowboys' Special Teams the Administration on Aging, Cumberland Plateau Company VAPDC faithfully for many procure $19 million in grants stories. " captain. When Barry Switzer Department of Health and with the de Voursney Best years. She was the Executive from the Economic Develop- A native of Knoxvitle~ TN, took over, he made sure Bates Human Services. Nationally, Practices award. Director of the Southside Plan- ment Administration (EDA) and Bates begarr his sports "career role would remain the same and there are 59 SMP programs The Robert W. Baker Ach- ning District Commission since the VTC to provide a broadband starring in football, bagketball, as a result, Bates held the funded by the U.S. Department ievement award is intended to 1987. Among her many accom- trunkline throughout the four and as a sprinter on the track position for Coach Switzer's of Health and Human Services recognize persons who have plishments are the establishment counties. team at Farragut High School He five-year tenure. When Bates through the Administration on been involved directly in plan- of Lake Country Development Planning District Corn- then went on to a successful retired in 1997, he tied the club Aging. ning district commission activit- Corporation, where she was the missions were establishedbythe college football career- at the record for service with 15 Families and older adults who ies and who have contributed corporate administrator; the General Assembly in 1969. University of Tennessee as a seasons in Dallas. In that time he are interested in receiving a significantly to promoting re- establishment of the Southside There are 21 PDCs and Regional four-year starting safety-and amassed 217 games played, over toolkit can request a copy from gional planning and develop- Regional Partnership; and the Commissions in Virginia made earned a reputation as the'Vols' 700 tackles, and 14 inter-the Virginia Association of Area ment in Virginia. Past recipients development of 18 regional up of elected officials and, include A. Linwood Holton, W. parks within the Southside citizens appointed by local hardest hitter and surest.thckler, ceptions. Agencies on Aging at 1-800-938- Tayloe Murphy and other region. She secured over $200 governments. The purpose of the Bates was named sec0nd-team Since leaving the NFL, Bates 8885. notable Virginians. million in grants and low-inter- Planning District Commissions All-Southeastern Conference his works to create a safer en- Over the years, Baker awardest loans over more than 30is to encourage and facilitate junior and senior seasons..He vironment for football players recipient Senator Ruff has been years in the economic devel- regional solutions to problems of was recently awarded a position through the production of air- a strong supporter and advocate opment field. Joyce retired as area-wide significance. This is on the 100 Year All Tennessee cooled shoulder pads and is also of the Southside Planning Executive Director of the done by promoting the efficient Team and inducted into the involved in a custom home District Commission. He hasSouthside PDC in July of last development of the physical, Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of business and video streaming provided his backing for many year. social, and economic policies of Fame. .. sports networking company. He initiatives that have impacted the The de Voursney Best all districts by assisting local Bates overcame great. ,odds has donated his time and energy Southside region. This past year, Practices award is intended to governments to plan for the when, in 1983, he made the tomany charitable organizations when funding was eliminated recognize organizations that future. The PDCs of Virginia Dallas Cowboys team as a long including: Ma[ch of Dimes, from the Senate budget, Senator have initiated regional activitieshave joined together to create shot free agent rookie... He Children's Advocacy Center, Ruff spoke on the floor of the that have contributed signify- the Virginia Association of immediately became a .visible United Way, Children's Medical Virginia Senate in support of all cantly to the effectiveness of a Planning District Commissions figure on the field with- his Center, Scottish Rite Hospital, PDCs and urged that funding be region. The award recognizes to share best practices, and ferocious specia! teams . play. FCA, Campus Crusade and reinstated. Additionally, Senator innovation, excellence, commit- further regionalism across the Bates' notoriety helped' propel Young Life. Recently, he started Ruff arranged a meeting with ment and/or service to the commonwealth. the NFL into adding a spot on the Bill Bates Foundation for Governor McDonnell for advancement of regional plan- For more information about the Pro Bowl teams fo['Special Children to raise money for VAPDC representatives to ning and multi-jurisdictional VAPDC visit the website at Teams coverage players. In worthwhile organizations that provide an overview of the cooperation. The award show- www.vapdc.org. 1984, he became the first NFC help children. player so honored. .~- " To order your tickets for "An Conservation Bates' leadership and intelli- Evening with Super Bowl helped the Cowboys' Champion Bill Bates," call the klet genCespecial Teams become . one of King College Development Of- Trees boo the NFL's very best. He.was a rice at 423.652.4864. 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