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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, January 14, 2016Page 7 Russell County Salvation Army raises almost $5,000 by Jess R. Powers County Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign received almost $5,000 (82% af our goal of $6,000 for the 2015 Kettle fundraiser) in donations from ringing the bell at Wal-Mart in Lebanon. The annual fund raiser started on Thursday, November 26 and rah through Christmas Eve, December 24, 2015. The donations will help provide emergeff- cy needs for basic necessities such as food, clothing, shelter, rent, power, Christmas toy, s for children, and other needed provisions. Jess Powers, Chairman, says "90 cents out of every dollar stays in Russell County to assist local residents in their time of need." Amy Compton, Treasurer, says "the Russell County Salvation Army is truly grateful for the generous gifts of volunteer time, toys, and donations received this year to continue our vital work of helping others throughout the year." The annual Christmas Kettle Campaign is the Russell County Salvation Army's only fundraiser. However, the Russell County Salvation Army can also accept donations throughout the year by calling Jess Powers at (276) 889-8247 or by sending a donation by m~iil to: Russell County Salvation Army, c/o: Russell County Emergency Management, R O. Box 997, Lebanon, VA 24266. Pictured are bell fingers Richard Coxton and Michael Holme~s; Jess Powers, Chairman; Bryan Harvey, Family Store/Service Extension Operations Director, Salvation.Army National Capital and Virginia Division; and Amy Compton, Secretary/Treasurer. Not pictured is bell ringer Heather Powers. --Sports points. Tyler Milgrim post- ed 15 and J.J. Statzer, Roy Mabry, and Trey Phillips each scored 11 points. Scoring: Eastside 87- Ketron 5, Boles 20, Livingston 5, Cusano 22, McReynolds 8, Counts 7, Rhoton 2, Lunsford 14, Lawson 4. Castlewood 72- Milgrim 15, Mabry 11, Kennedy 19, Statzer 11, Tumer 2, Phillips 11, Justus 1, Baker 1, Comett 1. Lady Raiders hold off Castlewood McKinley Isaacs sank a baseline jumper with just seconds left in the first quarter Friday night giving her 1001 points for her career. But the Lady Raiders spoiled the Celebration coming away with a hard fought 53-49 win. Isaacs (25) kept the sus- pense to a minimum Friday evening hitting 5 of her first 7 shots to send her career pointtotal over 1000 in the first stanza. Teammate Sydney ' Strange(ll) kicked in a pair of threes giving the Lady Devils a slim 18-15 Continued from page 6 lead ending the first period. Kacie Culbertson(10) banked 5 in the quarter for J.I. Burton and Gracie Mullins(21) tallied 4. G. Mullins put the Lady Raiders in front 19-18 with two quick scores inside the first minute on the second period. Isaacs third three pointer of the contest gave Castlewood back the. lead. Following a time out by the Lady Raiders they put their full court press into action. Castlewood notched just 1 other field goal in the quar- ter while suffering 4 tumovers. Burton, who charted 5 turnovers against the Lady Devils pressure managed a 4 point run to end the half with a 27-26 lead. "Castlewood did a real- ly good job, said the Lady Raiders coach Jared Coffey. Man they can shoot! I told our kids at halftime you've not played very well and they have and you're still up by 1.I thought we might get it together in the second half but it didn't happen. Brooklyn Barnette's three with just over a minute to play in the third pushed the J.I. Burton to 37-32, the largest lead for either team in the game with a little over a minute to play. Isaacs and Shiann Couch scored on back to back steals making the score 37-36 Burton. "Brooklyn Bamette played well tonight, said Coffey. When she was in she guarded Isaacs and Isaacs wasn't able to score. Barnette hit her free throws down the stretch for us and that was big too." Strange nailed a three from the wing tying the score at 44 with just under 4 minutes to play in the game. Bamette responded with a jumper from the elbow. Bamette gave the Lady Raiders another 5 point lead moments later hitting a pair at the line. Gracie Mullins capped an Isaacs jumper hitting 3 of 4 free throws in the final 27 seconds of the game to secure the win. Scores J.I. Burton 53- Bates 2, R. Mullins 5, G. Mullins 21, Culbertson 10, Beaty 2, S. Mullins 4, Barnette 9. Castlewood 49- Sh. Couch 2, L. Couch 8, Strange 11, Fleming 2, Home 1, Isaacs 25. Milgrim lifts Blue Devils / / Trailing 51-44 with 3 minutes remaining CaStlewood went on a 16-5 run to earn a 60-56 come- back victory over the visit- ing J.I. Burton Raiders. Nelson Tate chalked up 10 of the Raiders 16 first quarter points sparking the Raiders with a dunk and 3 blocks to a 16-9 lead. Trey Phillips gave the Devils a boost scoring 8 points in the Devils 10-4 run to begin the second quarter that got Castlewood within 1, 20-19. Baskets by Austin Johnson and Caleb Williams pushed the Devils away giving Burton a 30- 23 lead at the half. The Raiders looked as if they would pull away from Castlewood using a 9-2-run early in the third capped off by a Tre Adams three pointer that made the score 39-28 Raiders. The Devils closed the period with a 7- 1 run getting a pair of threes from Colton Long and Tyler Milgrim to stay within 7 of the lead. Castlewood was awarded two technical free throws at the beginning of the final frame when the Raiders had 6 players on the floor. J.J. Statzer made the free throws and the lead was 44-39 Raiders. Back to back lay ups by Tate gave Burton another 9 point margin 50-41 with 3:47 left to play. Down by 7 with 3:00 left in the game Statzer sank a 25 footer from the wing to get the Devils .within 4, 51-47. Statzer dropped in a pair of free throws and the Burton lead was down to two. Brady Adams answered for the Raiders with a three point play making the score 54-49 with 1:42 to play. Castlewood raced down the floor and Milgrim drilled a three with a defender in his face. Long won a scrap for a loose ball finding Milgrim for another triple giving Castlewood their first lead of the game with less than a minute to play. Phillips gave Castlewood a three point lead with a bucket. Caleb Williams scored for the Raiders and the lead was 57-56 Devils. Castlewood held a 58-56 lead with ~14 seconds on the clock. Milgrim stepped up big again with a steal. M ilgrim missed the second of his two free throws but won a lvs 4 rebound giving Kyle Kennedy the chance to seal the game if he could make 1 of 2 with 4 seconds left. Kennedy hit the sec- ond and Castlewood earned the win 60-56. "Persistence, persis- tence was the key, stated Castlewood's Casey Johnson. We didn't give up, the energy on the bench was as good as it's been all year. We definitely hit shots and got some steals at the end and I think fatigue played a factor as we hope it will playing our style of game. The press worked in the fourth when it wore them down and we kept after it. We're used to play- ing 10 players so when we make a substitution it's somebody who's been there before. We didn't fall apart at the end, especially in the last two minutes we had a chance to fold. They started pressuring us and we kept attacking kept get- ting good shots. Our post players worked really hard especially against Tate who has been having a really good year. I felt we did a good job of playing hard for the entire 32 minutes," said Johnson. "It was a tough loss but Castlewood made some big shots. They hit some big threes and didn't give up, said Burton coach Aaron Williams. They just gave that extra effort and you have to give them credit for doing what they needed to do to win. We had some good opportunities but did- n't make the plays, missing free throws, lay ups and shots in close. We missed enough and it came back to bite us. We just didn't fin- ish the game, you can't give up offensive rebounds especially at the free throw line. The little things add up." Scores J.I. Burton 56- Johnson 4, Thacker 2, Collins 8, T. Adams 7, B. Adams 5, Williams 8, Tate 22. Castlewood 60- Milgrim 13, Mabry 5, Long 3, Kennedy 4, Statzer 13, Phillips 18, Baker 2, Cornett 2. M We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Virginia's and HUD's equal opportunity hous- ing policies. Virginia's fair housing law makes it illegal to adver, rise any preference, limitation or dis- crimination based on race, color, reli- gion, national ori- gin, sex, elderly- ness, familial status or handicap. This newspaper will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair housing law. 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