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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, February 12, 2009 ..... i ....... i ..... -= Sports Features Deacons get road win by Allen Gregory respectively. .. "We got a good start and , were able to get a win." This is what Deacon Coach Patrick Damron had to say after his Deacon team annexed a 55-46 ,win at Rye Cove on Thursday, February 5. Damron went on to say that when we got off to a good start our young kids seem to play better the rest of the game That's what the Deacons did on Thursday, February 5 when they got the nine point, 55-46, victory. Upper classmen Tyler Phil- lips and Corey Ellis led the Deacons with 15 and 13 points Damron also had high praise for freshman Trevor Hileman who chipped in nine points on offense while holding Eagle points leader, Jacob Arwood, to 10 points. Arwood has been leading the Eagles with 18 to 20 points a game. The good start that Damron mentioned came in two areas of the game. The Deacon offense worked really well as they put up 25 first half points. The defense turned in an excellent half limiting the home team to just 14 points in the first half. The Deacons gained confide- ence from that 11 point first half Devils force tie atop district with 65- 54 victory over Knights ' by Jonathon Salyer able to get the Knights into. The Ryan Meade led the !Devils The Castlewood Blue Devils Devils were ferocious taking the with 27 points and 4 assists. traveled to take on the Coeburn ball to the rim and drawing the Ruben Rasnick pitched in 17 .... Blue Knights on Friday fouls as the Castlewood triangle points and 8 rebounds. Junior , -- February 6. The Knights had a and two defense kept the Zach Bush could possi ,ly had perfect record in district play Knights out of the lane and the biggest game howev,'r as he and could have pretty much shooting outside jumpers. Com- had a double double vith 10 sealed up the district with the ing out in the third quarter the points and 11 rebounc ; while advantage and did not let the victory but the Devils were able Devils lobked for their mis- holding Coeburn's seco td lead- home team get back into the to come in and take the game matches down low and junior ing scorer to only thre(., points. game. Damron added that and force a tie atop the district Ruben Rasnick was able to post The Devils shot 44% tom the several of his starters got into standings going into the final up shorter Andrew Adkins and field and took 36 of ,their 45 some foul trouble throughout the week of the season. The Devils score 11 points in the third shots from inside the lane. game but the reserves played pulled away in the final quarter quarter to take a 18-10 quarter Andrew Adkins led (Coebum well and the Eagles were not for the 65-54 victory, win and led 44-39 going into the with 24 points. Phill!p Riner able to gain much ground while The Knights go out to a hot final period. The Devils were to played well in the loss dropping the reserves were in the game. start as five different players survive the hot shooting of in 16 points. The Deacons Bryce Lawson scored and led 17-14 after one Andrew Adkins as he hit three The Castlewood Blue Devils was the only player to make a quarter of play. The game was consecutive three pointers. JV team also won their: matchup trey in the game. tied with a few seconds left in Shortly after Andrew Pate fouled with the Knights. j SCORING: St. Paul--Ellis ,the quarter when Andrew Adkins out which let the Devils defense SCORING: ! 13, Lawson 7, T. Hileman 9, hit a long three-pointer to give really concentrate on Adkins and Castlewood--Smittl 5, Phillips 15, Grizzle, Kiser 3, them the first quarter lead. The shut him out the rest of the Ruben Rasnick 17, Justice 4, Trent, D. Hileman 8, Belcher. teams played even through the game. In the fourth quarter Ryan Meade 27, Zach Bush 10, Rye Cove--Lawson 13, Maness second quarter with Coeburn senior Ryan Meade made 9 of 14 Allen 2. Coeburn--Burke 3, 10, Jones 3, Wells 10, Smith, leading going into halftime 29- from the charity stripe as the Andrew Adkins 24, Hall 1, Arwood 10. 26. A big key in the game was Devils were able to ice the game Bright 4, Pate 3, Phillip Riner the foul trouble the Devils was away. 16, Stanley 3. i by Lady Lady Devils fight off Lady Holiday Lake Forestry Camp- Knights in upset bid more than just trees! ', The nation's longest-running said Ellen Powell, VDOF's camp by Jonathon Salyer Counts' 8 points. The Lady forestry camp for youth is also coordinator. "The camp is com- The Castlewood Lady Blue Devils were able to make just one of America's best values for prehensive and provides an Devils traveled to Coeburn to enough free throws down the a residential summer program, excellent introduction to career take on the Lady Knights of stretch to prevent the upset and And nominations for the 63 rd opportunities in the natural Coebum on Friday, February 6. secure the 72-68 victory, annual Holiday Lake Forestry resources arena." The Lady Devils are in control The Lady Devils had three of their own destiny in the players score double digits led Camp are now open. Teachers, natural resources Running June 15-20, 2009, professionals, and others work- Cumberland District and they by 27 from Lorren Evans, the Holiday Lake Forestry Camp ing with youth may make about lost that control but were Kayla Gordon with 16 points is a week-long residential pro- nominations for this successful able to put together a big third and Kelsey Addington with 11 gram that, due to the generous program. Campers must be quarter to take a 72-68 district points. Nicole Counts dropped support provided by forest Virginia residents 13-16 years victory, in nine points for the Lady industries, conservation agen- old with good academic stand- The Lady Devils and Lady Devils. Evans was a perfect 5 cies, organizations and indiv- ing, an interest in , natural Knights played pretty much for 5 from the free throw line. even through the first quarter as The Lady Knights also had iduals, Costs just $60. (Each resources, and must not have camper selected to attend is attended Forestry Camp before. Castlewood led 17-16 after one three players reach double awarded a $200 scholarship to "One unique aspect to quarter of play. The Lady figures with Lindsey Lawson help defray the $260 cost of the Forestry Camp is that]school Knights picked up the pressure dropping in 18 points, camp.) teachers may also attend the on the Lady Devils and won the Samantha Perry with 17 points Hosted by the Virginia De- program," Powell said. 'ITeach- second quarter 18-14 to take a and Alex Wyatt with 16 points, partment of Forestry and sup- ers receive more than 30 hours 34-31 lead into halftime and The Castlewood Lady ported by a number of other state of recertification training, and really put a lot of pressure on Devils JV team also won their agencies, conservation organiza- they take away lots of resources the first place Lady Devils. The matchup with the Lady Knights. tions, businesses and individuals, they can use in their "t class, big quarter for the Lady Devils SCOR/NG: Castlewood--- campers experience hands-on rooms." , was the third quarter as the Lorren Evans 27, Counts 9, learning about wildlife habitat, To nominate a camper, visit Lady Devils, outscored the Lady Kelsey Addington 11, Kayla tree identification, timber hay- the VDOF Web ,' site: Knights 25-17 in the quarter to Gordon 16, Jessee 3, Hall 4, vesting, reforestation, environ- take a 56-51 lead into the final Gilbert 2. Coebum--Light 7, A Treasury of His Greatest period. The Lady Devils were LindseyLawson 18, AlexWyatt mental protection and more. shtml. They also take part in field trips, Nominations are t Speeches and Letters edited by led in the quarter by Lorren 16, Morgan 2, Mitchell 6, exploratory classes, outdoor April 20. Nominees wi t HaroldHolzer Evans' 10 points and Nicole Samantha Perry 17, Burke 2. Abe Lincoln hats will be recreation and a Lumberjack contacted to verify their e 00X/;1 xr made and some of his famous to Field Day. and notified of acce l( Actor Mike ,,,e: r, er,,,rm "Forestry Camp is much within one month of r speeches and letters will be recited, more than a walk in the woods," their interest survey. The public is invited to tWO shows at UVa-Wise participate. Acclaimed performer Mike of Virginia's College at Wise on Guidebook from The t Wiley will bring his one-person February 16 as part of the Col-  dati play "Tired Souls: The Rosa lege's Black History Month ArborDay F oun on Parks Story" to The University celebration. Wiley will perform at 1 p.m. The National Arbor Day qliusfrate the specific shapes and at 7 p.m. in the Rho- Foundation has a resource textures of different S dodendron Room at the C. available to help an average-fie-es, acorns, berries, Lady Eagles Deacons 43-21 by Allen Gregory On a cold February night , the Lady Deacons paid a visit to , the Lady Eagles of Rye Cove and they lost by a score of 43- :21. The Deacons shooting was as cold as the weather outside. Moreover their ball handling was not much better as they made numerous turnovers which led to easy baskets by the Lady Eagles. Neither could find the range early. They both had trouble hanging onto the ball. The home team was able to work their way to a narrow 6-5 lead as the first quarter ended. The Eagles held the Deacons scoreless in the second quarter while putting up 11 points oftheir own. The Deacons have all year struggled to find their scoring roll touch, the game was no different. The Deacons struggled to get 10 points in the third canto. As the third period ended the Deacons were down by 31- 15. The Deacons, trying to come back, put up a lot of outside shots and could not find the range and managed to put up just six points in the final period Christi Hood was the only player for either team to reach double figures in scoring. She tallied 12 for the Lady Eagles SCORING: St. Paul--Evans 9, Crawford, Wells 3, Edmonds 6, N. Rose 3, Salyer, Young, M. Rose. Rye Cove--McCommas, Ca Hood 6, Cr Hood 12, Houchins 4, Carter 9, Lawson 4, Edwards 2, Clark, Tester 4, Willis, Grizzle 2. Book Buddies Program at Library The J. Fred Matthews "Memorial Library will be hosting a special Book Buddies program on Thursday, February 12 at 4:00 p.m. Featured will be the National Endowment for the Humanities We the People Bookshelf on Created Equal selection Abe Lincoln the Writer: CiassEied: advertising Works.:: call 762-71007 i 1 Bascom Slemp Student Center. person identify trees in a simple, pods, cones, and other t- Both shows are free and open to step-by-step process, ifying features. the public. What Tree Is That? is a His dramatic theatre works useful 72-page pocket guidebook To obtain a tree are based on pivotal moments in that helps distinguish different guide, send your name K African-American history. "Tir- characteristics of many species address and $3 for each Ic ed Souls" weaves the story of of trees in Virginia and the What Tree Is That?, l the days following Rosa Parks' Eastern and Central regions of National Arbor Day n the United States. The book also 100 Arbor Avenue, a refusalMontgomery,to giveAlabamaUP her seatbusOnasa includes dozens of detailed City, NE 68410. -- seen through the recollections of drawings which accurately - those who boycotted the city's bus system for more than a year P.onat  Yolr Formerly of Theatre IV and Shenandoah Shakespeare Ex- press, Wiley has more than 10 years of experience in theatre for    for r, ea,x,ay- h=dr young audiences, film, television g and regional theatre. "[)onate anci-I3e -lntere-d -J'o -{7/in ] NO$ Mike Wiley holds an MFA in A BRAND NEW IL, acting from the University of TOYOTA COROLLA! The Medicino of Music-" ! North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He r.k  V/.50[ I11 has performed his one-person : I n,-a-agff  ] ' Iik.7 " q a plays for hundreds of schools, " ....................................... colleges and arts centers around the country. The February 16 performance marks his fourth visit to UVa-Wise. 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