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lllllglllllUUim lunmulmliMlUlnilU Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 15, 2009 S00orts Features Coeburn edges St. Paul 61-59 by Allen Gregory The Coeburn Blue Knights fought off a battling band of St. Paul Deacons to get a narrow 61:59 home court victory over St. Paul on Tuesday, January 6. A three minute stretch in the third quarter was key to the Knights victory. The teams had battled on near even terms during the first 16 minutes with Coeburn getting a hard fought 25-23 halftime advantage. The Deacons began the third canto with the ball and a turn- over. However, Trevor Hileman came up with a steal, one of his five second half steals, and a bucket to tie the score at 25. However, over the next three plus minutes, the Knights went Qa a 15-4 run to take a 40-29 lead. Phillip Riner got the run started with seven straight points. He hit a pair of free throws. He then hit a trey from deep in the left corner and came back with a driving layup to push Coeburn to a 32-25 lead. :.-Bryce Lawson hit a pair of freebies to stop the run. The Blue Knights then got a trey from Andrew Adkins, a freebie and a deuce from Brett Hall and a layup by Andrew Pate to give Coeburn 40 points. The only Deacon bucket dur- ing that flurry by Coeburn was a close in shot by Tyler Phillips. Over the final 2:19 of the period, St. Paul outscored the Knights 7-5 to trail 45-36 as the final period began. Early in the final period Coeburn got five points from Pate to increase their lead to 50- 38 before the Deacons mounted a furious come back try. By the 2:26 mark of the period St. Paul had cut their deficit to seven points at 54-47. The Deacon comeback began with a David Kiser free throw. Then a Kiser steal resulted in a Corey Ellis basket. Two Trevor Hileman steals and run out baskets around an Adkins basket made the score 54 Coeburn and 47 St. Paul. After a Coebum miss, Phillips hit from close in for St. iRaiders down Deacons &apos;, . by Allen Gregory J.I. Burton used their quickness to get a 10 point, 65- :55-victory over visiting St. Paul on.Wednesday night, January 7. -': The quickness of Devon :t'atley and Jaycob Coleman who had 16 steals between them gave the young Deacons problems all night. .. With the Raiders giving special attention to the Deacons most experienced tandem of Corey Ellis and Tyler Phillips, they figured to hold the Deacons in check. However both Ellis and Phillips worked very hard to get their shots. They both turned m an outstanding effort. Phillips accounted for 15 points while Ellis:was close behind with 12. 'They were just 5 total points behind the Raiders leaders, .Coleman and Daniel Denton with 15 and 17 respectively. Sophomore Denver Fritz .... came off the bench to thro: .10 points for the Deacons. " According to Deacon head :man Patrick Damron, "We were 'a. little down at the beginning. We had played a very good game at Coeburn on Tuesday but came up two points short. However, as the game with Norton progressed, we got better." "Their Daniel Denton hit some tough shots for them," Damron said, "I thought we had good pressure on him," Damron added. Damron said that his team has to be more consistent throu- ghout the game. There are times when we lose a little intensity. Some of our young, inexperienced kids like Trevor Hileman, Bryce Lawson and Denver Fritz are just learning how to play our system and how to play against our competition. SCORING: St. PaulEllis 12, T. Hileman, Trent 4, Dupuie, Fritz I0, Phillips 15, Kiser 4, D. Hileman 2, Lawson 8. J,L .... ,Burton--Gains .: 10 Mazza, Coleman 15, Hensley 4, Shamiyeh, Denton 1:7, Hunnicutt 8, Talley 6, Steele, Daniels 3, Large 2. MOTORISTS Stop for Pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk-- It's the Lawl Paul to cut another two points off the Coeburn lead. The Deacons had a chance to get even closer when Adkins missed the front end of a one and bonus, but the Deacons missed a close in shot and a put back attempt. Pate's pair of free throws pushed the Coebum lead back to seven at 56-49. Still St. Paul did not quit. Dallas Hileman came up with a rebound of a Deacon miss and got the ball to Phillips who hit a trey for a 56-52 score. The Blue Knights hit five of their last six free throws while St. Paul got an old fashioned trey from Phillips, a pair of free throws from Ellis and a deuce by Lawson to end the game at 61 Coeburn and 59 St. Paul. Coeburn used just seven players while the young Deacons also played seven. SCORING: St. Paul Ellis 17, Lawson 9, T. Hileman 6, Fritz 2, Phillips 22, Kiser 1, D. Hileman 2. Coeburn--Burke, Adkins 15, Odell 6, Hall 9, Bright 6, Pate 20, Riner 11. Lady Knights roll by Lady Deacons by Allen Gregory The Lady Deacons all year long. have been troubled with scoring droughts during games. The Tuesday, January 6 en- counter with the Lady Blue Knights of Coeburn was no different. They did not score in the second quarter in their 55- 31 loss on the Blue Knight floor. The second: half was totally different as theDeacons played the Blue Knights on an even l<eel losing the final half26-25. It is difficult for even the best teams to dig themselves out of a 15 point deficit. The Deacons were down 29-6 as the first half closed. SCOR/NG: Hamm 2, Evans 3, Crawford, Wright 9, Wells 7, Edmonds 6, N. Rose 2, Salyer 2, M. Rose. Coeburn--Light 2, Lawson 13, Hall, Johnson 4, Wyatt 9, Morgan 6, Nixon, Mitchell 6, Perry 13. Devils move to 3-0 in district play with victory over Rebels by Jonathan Salyer extended their lead winning the The Castlewood Blue Devils traveled over Dante Mountain on Friday, January 9 to take on the Rebels of Ervinton in a Cumberland District clash. The Devils steadily increased their lead through the game and came away with the 69-44 victory. The Devils won the f'trst quarter 19-15 to hold a slim lead going into the second quarter. In the second quarter the Devils Lady Devils quarter 19-10 to take a 38-25 lead into halftime. The Devils once again extended their lead in the third quarter winning that quarter 14- 10 to hold a 52-35 lead into the fourth quarter. The Devils kept up the effort in the fourth quarter winning the quarter 17-9 to take the 69-44 victory. Zach Bush led Castlewood with 20 points. Ruben Rasniek joined him in double figures with 12 points. Lee Turner ld Ervinton with 14 points. '. SCORING: ' Castlewood--Smith 8, Ru- ben Rasnick 12, Collins 4, Dingus 4, Meade 5, Zach Bush 20, Allen 6, Fields 8, Summers 2. Ervinton-Breeding 7, Lee Turner 14, Logan McCowan 1), Hill 2, Mullins 6, Stanley 4. overcome slow start to dispatch Lady Pioneers The Pioneers won the second quarter to take a one point 28-27 lead going into halftime. The Lady Devils really turned up the pressure in the third quarter as they outscored the Pioneers 21-6 to take a 48-34 lead into the final quarter. The Lady Devils also won the fourth quarter 15-11 to secure the 63-45 victory. Kelsey Addington led the Lady Devils with 16 points by Jonathon Salyer The Castlewood Lady Devils traveled to Lebanon to take on the Lady Pioneers of Lebanon on Wednesday, January 7. The Lady Devils used a big third quarter to pull away and come up with the victory 63-45. The Lady Devils jumped out to an early 16-6 lead but saw Lebanon go on a 7-0 lead to pull within 16-13 at the end of the first quarter. while Lorren Evans joined her in double figures with 14 points. Heather Cox led Lebanon with 17 points. SCORING: Castlewood--Lorren Evans 14, Counts 8, Keen 2, Kelsey Addington 16, Gordon 5, Jessee 1, Wohlford 3, Hall 8, Trent 2, Gilbert 4. Lebanon---Cook 4, Alfie Smith 13, Arwood 1, Witt 5, Heather Cox 17, Helbert 5. Devils come up by Jonathan Salyer The Castlewood Blue Devils traveled up to Lebanon on Wednesday, January 7 to take on county rival Lebanon. The Blue Devils jumped out early and steadily faded as they fell 44-37. Castlewood came out of the gates firing and held a 14-6 lead after one quarter of play. The Pioneers won the second quarter 13-10 to pull within five going into halftime. The third quarter Lady Devils take by Jonathon Salyer The Castlewood Lady Devils traveled to Clinchco on Friday, January 9 to take on the. Lady Rebels of Ervinton in a Cumberland District. clash. The Lady Devils jumped out early and never looked back as they turned back the Lady Rebels 76- 52. Castlewoodjumped out early to a 19-11 first quarter lead behind eight points from Lorren Deacons lose by nine by Allen Gregory St. Paul took the long ride to Thomas Walker on Friday, January 9 and came home 0n the short end of a 50-41 score. On Tuesday in discussing the game with the Clinch Valley Times, Coach Damron told us that we missed some very easy shots and that we didn't shoot well from the foul line. He said, "We shot 13 of 23." Damron added that we had been shooting really well from the foul line in previous games. Damron also said we have played a lot of district games on the road. In those games a shot here or there would have made a lot of difference. Now we get to see how we will play at home. a little short against Pioneers was the deciding quarter as the Pioneers won the quarter 13-5 to take a 32-29 lead going into the fourth quarter. Lebanon's leading scorer Cody Compton had been held scoreless through three quarters of play due to the outstanding defense Justin Smith was applying to him. However the Pioneers got the spark in the fourth they needed when Compton drained two three pointers coming off screens to ice the game away for the Pioneers. : Zach Bush and Ben Fiel led Castlewood with 10 points each. Andrew Jessee ldd Lebanon with 9 points. SCORING: Castlewood--Smith 5, Rasnick 3, Meade 9, Zach Bush 10, Ben Fields 10. Lebanon Cobb 7, Jones 4, Jessee 9, Brown 2, Bush 6, Compton 8, Smith 8. district victory over Lady Rebels Evans. The Lady Devils really shut the door in the second quarter as they outscored the Lady Rebels25-14 to take a 44- 25 lead into halftime. Lorren Evans led the way once again scoring 10 points in the quarter. The Lady Devils kept it going in the Second half to come away with the 76-52 victory. Lorren Evans led the way for Castlewood with 23 points. Nicole Counts (15 points) and The Deacons play Rye Cove at home on January 13 and Twin Springs on January 20. Coach Damron also pointed out that sophomore Denver Fritz is begirming to play really well. He had 10 points against Norton and 8 points at Thomas Walker to go with 14 rebounds. Damron also said "We are playing well m our passing game and on defense. We just need to get some consistence in scoring throughout a game.'" SCORING: St Paul--Ellis 4, Lawson 4, T. Hileman 2, Fritz 8, Phillips 11, Kiser 1, D. Hileman 11. Thomas Walker--Scott 2, Brewer 4, Chadwell 1, Overton 17, Williams 12, Hawkins 8, Trent 2, Welch 3. J.I. Burton's Lady Raiders down Lady Deacons by Allen Gregory This game was much like other Deacon losses in that they had trouble scoring early in the game getting only 16 points in the first three quarters in a 56- 30 loss at the Raiders house on Wednesday, January 7. The Deacons also faced one of the better area post players in the Raiders Ra'Shelle Miller who tossed in 22 points and hauled in 8 rebounds. Miller is also an excellent defensive player and takes care of the paint in that part of the game by blocking and altering shots. The Deacons two most experienced players did the majority of the Deacons points turning in 12 and 11 respectively. SCORING: St. Paul-- Hamm, Evans 12, Crawford, Wells, Edmonds 5, N. Rose 2, Salyer 11, M. Rose. J.I. BurtonHensley, M. Stallard 10, J. Woods 2, S. Woods 3, Hill 17, B. Stallard 9. Miller 22, Hamilton 3, Jones. Clinch Mountain Basketball Tournament is February 4-8 2552 (cell), or 276-873-6363- (work). The Clinch Mountain Classic Basketball Tournament will be held in Honaker February 4 through 8. The tournament is for boys and girls,and age divisions are fourth_and fiRh_.g,,_rad__des,es sixth - and seventh grades, and eighth and ninth grades. The boys will play at Honaker School,-drid tile girls at Honaker Elementary. The entry fee is $100. Checks should be made payable to Honaker High School. To enter, contact Doug Hubbard at 276-880-9897 (hom____e).276-202- A VDOT Tip for Driving in Snowy Weather Practice common sense. Remember, your car can- not start, stop, or turn as quickly and surely on snow and ice as it does on dry pavement, so think and drive accord- ingly. Haley Gilbert (10 points) both played well and reached the double digit mark in points. Chelsea Hill led Ervinton with 18 points. SCORING: Castlewood -- Lorren Evans 23, Counts 15; Keen 4, Kelsey Addington 2; Gordon 8, Jessee 4, Wohlford 4 Hall 6, Gilbert 10. Ervinton--Mullins 8, K. Hill 7, Autumn Bond 10, Ki Hill 8,: Chelsea Hill 18, Newton 2. Lady Pioneers edge Lady Deacons by Allen Gregory After a,long bus ride to ".. Thomas Walker on Friday, , January 9 the Lady Deacons turned in one of their better games in dropping a 62-59 " decision to the Pioneers. The difference in the game was at the three point line where the Pioneers hit 7 to 3 for : the Deacons and at the foul line  ' where the home team hit a very poor 17 of 34 and St. Paul hit -' on6ofll. In those two categories they were outscored 38 to 15 so the Deacons had outscored the Pioneers 44-24 from two point range to get the game close. While Caitlin Hurst led the Pioneers with 23, Hannah Edmonds led all scorers with 27. Twelve of Hurst 23 came from four treys while Edmonds points came from inside the  arch.  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