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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, March 17, 20il Sports Features All Cumberland Names have been released of boys who have made the All Cumberland District boys basketball 2010-2011 teams: First Team - David Campbell, Twin Springs; Reid Edmonds, St. Paul; Jared Finch, Twin Springs; Gabe Kersey, Thomas Walker; Trevor Hileman, St. Paul. Second Team - Tyler Austin, Castlewood; Brad .Moore, District Coeburn; Brigham Jessee, Castlewood; Hunter Memahan, Rye Cove; Vinnie Todesco, Twin Springs. Honorable Mention - Jared Brewer, Thomas Walker; Bryce Lawson, St. Paul; Austin Counts, Ervinton, Tyler Courtney, Coeburn, Clayton Mullins, Castlewood. Reid Edmonds also made All Region D Honorable Mention. 13U basketball by Scott Chafin  The Castlewood Lady Devils 13U youth basketball team is having another great season. On the season they have won 35 games. They have one l aplace finish, five 2 "d place finishes and two 3 'd place finishes. They have also played in two boys tournaments. They have become the fourth straight Lady Devils team to win at least 30 games. The team has been led in scoring by Chandra Chafin who became the third Lady Devil over the past three years to reach 1,000 update points, along with Katie Jessee and Haley Crabtree. The other top scorers have been Alanna Kiser, Cristen Chafin, Rykiela Street, Samantha Couch, Shiann Couch and Sydney Elam. Other players who have played huge rolls for the Devils are Kalyn Purtee, Marissa Sheari and Tori Long. They are coached by Scott Chafin who has won over 200 games during the past five seasons. The future is definitely looking bright for the Lady Devils basketball program. CRLL baseball tryouts Tuesday, March 15 and They will be held from 6:00 pm Friday, March 18 are the dates to 8:00 pm at Ma Whitenack set for the Clinch River Little Field in St. Paul for boys ages 9- League boys' baseball tryouts.' 12. Open Under New Management Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-9pm Closed Sunday Need players The local youth girls traveling fast pitch team is looking for players. We are looking for girls ages 9-18. If interested call Kevin at 762- 0293, Benji at 971-0361 or Scott at 220-9708. Wise County Sheriff's Report The Wise County Sheriff's Office reports the following activities for the period of 2/28/2011 through 3/09/2011. Wise Central Dispatch received a total of 1,296 calls for this seven- day period. Of the total call: received 364 were dispatched to the Sheriff's Office. Total number of Domestic calls for this period was 27. Criminal Process for the same period served 36 Felony Warrants, 90 Misde- meanor Warrants, 1 DUI Arrest and worked 5 Traffic Accident. Civil process for this period served 621 Civil Papers. During this seven-day period 15 additional Criminal Investi- gations were initiated and 47 were cleared by arrest. The Sheriff's Office provided 150 man-hours of Court Room Security for the three courts and the courthouse. The Sheriff's Office tran- sported 3 adult in state, 0 adult out of state, 1 mental patient, and 5 juveniles for a total of 9 transports, involving 37.5 hours. The Sheriff's Office unlocked 5 vehicles and escorted 4 funeral during this seven-day period. Deadline for classifieds is Tuesday noon! . r " CONTRIBUTION...Shaw has contributed $500 to the St. Paul Deacon Softball program. Pictured, left to right, are Carla McClellan, HR Junior Assistant; Hannah Wright, Team Captain; Debbie Proulex, junior on the softball team; and Jim Lott, HR Manager. They are here!! 2012 Ford Mustang 2007 Ford Mustang only 4,000 miles Ready for spring! MORGAN McCLURE Saint Paul, VA mor; (276) 762-5535 i - 7 WORKING TO MAKE ....CLEANER and KEEP OUR ENVIRONMENT POWER AFFORDABLE. ,i  , :i ::Earlier this year Appalachian Power completed a six-year '-?construction effort to add scrubbers to our Mountaineer and :" John Amos power plants. The scrubbers reduce sulfur dioxide ' emissions by up to 98%, and help our plants meet federal clean air 'requirements. : Making electricity cleaner comes at a cost. Since 2006, we've invested more than $2 billion in environmental controls at our plants. To learn more, call us or visit our website. 1-800-956-4237 We know that increased electric bills can strain your family budget. That's why Appalachian Power is working hard to hold down costs by tightening our budget, reducing staff and extending the life of our computers and vehicles, At home, you can do the same. From checking weatherstripping around doors and windows to installing programmable thermostats and using bathroom and kitchen exhaust fans sparingly, every little bit helps. ! APPALACHIAN POWER" A unit of American Electric Power