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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, January 28, 2016 Page7 Thursday. Derrick Cusano pumped in a game high 33 points with 4 threes. Tim Counts notched a season high 20 points with 6 treys for Eastside. Nelson Tate post- ed 16 points leading the Raiders and Brady Adams totaled 14 points. The lead changed hands five times and there were four ties through the first 10:00 minutes of play Thursday. The Spartans held the largest lead (5-0) 37 seconds into the game. Down 19-18, Counts base line triple, his third, sparked an 11-0 3 three point barrage that pushed the Spartans in front 29-19. Eastside led 36-26 at the break. "They made shots, espe- cially in the second quar- ter," said Raiders head coach Aaron Williams. "We knew going in we had to contain Cusano then he comes out on the first pos- session and knocks down a three and gets rolling. We were looking to get it into the post and were able to do that. But, their seniors made a lot of shots. Eastside shot it well from the perimeter." "When Tim plays like he did tonight that changes the dynamic of our team," said Eastside coach Patrick Damron. "When we played George Wythe they didn't guard him so we worked this week on making teams guard him. Tonight he made a statement, you can't ask for a senior to step up at a better time." The Spartans pulled away with a 17-4 surge, over the first 4 minutes of the third, that left the Raiders looking up at a 53- 30 deficit. Cusano, Adam Ketron, and Hunter Lunsford each scored 4 in the run and Counts tossed in his fourth three of the night. Continued from page 6 The Spartan lead grew to 68-41 early in the final stanza. The 71-53 final score placed Eastside firm- ly atop the Cumberland Conference. "Luke Lawson and Seth Boles were key for us tonight," explained Damron, "Luke challenged shots, got some rebounds and scored around the bas- ket. Seth handled the ball for about 30 minutes tonight and had two turnovers and 8 assists. Burton's a good team and they're well coached, we were fortunate to beat a good team like we did tonight." Scores J.I. Burton 53- Johnson 8, Thacker 5, Collins 5, T. Adams 3, B. Adams 14, Williams 2, Tate 16. Eastside 71- Ketron 4, Boles 2, Livingston 1, Cusano 33, Lawson 7, Counts 20, Lunsford 4. Ronnie McCarty's car on display at-, Kingsport Town Center by Chase Brashears Kingsport Speedway and Lonesome Pine Raceway will kick the 2016 season off on Saturday, Feb. 27 with the annual mall show at the Kingsport Town Center. Race cars from both Kingsport Speedway and Lonesome Pine Raceway will fill the interior of the mall. Also on tap for the day will be the Miss Kingsport Speedway Pageant. Fans can enjoy up-close interaction with some of their favorite race cars just weeks before they take to the racetrack. Drivers will also be on hand for photos and autographs. The show will begin with the opening of the mall at 10 AM, and end at closing (9 PM). "The mall show always attracts a great crowd to the Kingsport Town Center, and is definitely one of our favorite events of the sea- son," said general manager and promoter Karen Tunnell. "We love seeing the new looks on all of the cars, and getting to interact with our race teams and fans." Kingsport Speedway will also choose its next trophy queen with the Miss Kingsport Speedway Pageant during the show. The pageant will begin at 2 PM on the mall's upper level. Additional pageant information is available on the speedway's website. "This is the first time since Kingsport [Speedway] reopened that we have hosted a pageant for Miss Kingsport Speedway," added Tunnell. "It will certainly be a grea addition to our show."; Kingsport Speedway will begin the 2016 cam- paign of racing on March 19 with a Saturday after- noon event. Lonesome Pine Raceway will wave the first green flag of the season on Saturday, April 9. For a list of businesses and information regarding the Kingsport Town Center, visit www.KingsportTownCent For additional informa- tion on Kingsport Speedway and Lonesome Pine Raceway, visit www.NewKingsportSpeed or m. Also follow both speed- ways on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 's New ine Map Makes it Easier to Track es and Restoration Enhanced mobile capability means faster, eas- ier access for customers Improved search, weather information and cus- tomized views New feature allows customers to track where crews are working Dominion Virginia Power has introduced an online interactive outage map that provides more streamlined, detailed information to enable customers to quickly report and accurately track power outages and restoration. "Next to energy, the most important thing we can pro- vide to customers is information," said Becky Merritt, vice president of Customer Service. "This new outage map provides greater access to the information customers need to help us restore their power quickly in the event of an outage. It also provides information to help manage their lives and reduce the inconvenience." New features include: mobile compatibility for most smartphones and tablets; new icons that indicate the number and general locations of work requests; customized views with street-level or satellite imagery and live weather radar; improved search options, including searching by landmarks or road intersections; faster updates-- information refreshes every 15 minutes; option to bookmark multiple outage locations to follow restoration progress; and better tracking of a specific outage through the Buy, sell, notify, employ, through... outage reporting system. Customers can view a quick "how to" video at and bookmark their address and any other locations for future reference. The outage map can be found at Dominion is one of the nation's largest producers and transporters of energy, with a portfolio of approximately 24,600 megawatts of generation, 12,200 miles of natural gas transmission, gathering and storage pipeline, and 6,455 miles of electric transmission lines. Dominion operates one of the nation's largest natural gas storage sys- tems with 928 billion cubic feet of storage capacity and serves utility and retail energy customers in 13 states. For more information about Dominion, visit the company's website at rl ey work/ 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- tise 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. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are call (804) 527- available on an 4290. equal opportunity basis. For more Apartments information about for Rent Virginia's Fair Housing Law or to file a fair housing F O R R E N T : complaint, call the Townhouse style Virginia Fair apartments 2BR Housing Office at 1BA $300-$425 (804) 367-8530. month. Town & Toll free call (888) C o u n t r y 551-3247. For the Apartments 276- hearing impaired, 762-2303 between 9am-5pm. 9-17 -tfncg WORK BOOTS Western boots by Rocicy. Justin, Wolverine and more. Discontinued Styles now up to $40 off per pair. 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S T E E L BUILDINDS NEW VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION REPORT The following jobs are available through the Norton Virginia Employment Commission: #719534 - Registered Nurse .- Clintwood #720378 - Substitute Bus Driver - Norton #Part-Time Seasonal Positions at State Park - Duffield, VA #719333 - Welder/Fabricator - Duffield #723526 - OTR Tractor Trailer Driver East Coast #716473 - Customer Servic~ Representative - Scott County #720886 - Teller - Clintwood #715885 - FT-Project Specialist (Exteriors) - Wise #718452 - Call Center Trainer - Scott County #718307 - PT Sales Merchandiser - Norton #723537 - Seasonal Retail Positions 7- Wise #718402 - Call Center Recruiter - Duffield #716473 - Customer Service Representative - Scott County #717341~- Customer Service Center Manager - Norton For more details on these and other currerl job orders, visit the Virginia Workforc~ Connection website, come by the Norton local office of the Virginia Employment Commission at 1725 Park Avenue, SW, send an email to Norton@, or call 276-679-9413 '~