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Page 6 CLINCHVALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, April 10, 2014 S ports Features Honaker Knocks Off Lady Devils Kaytlyn Shelton pitched 7 strong innings allowing a single base hit and striking out 10, and Briana Adkins went 3-3 with 3 doubles, driving in 3 runs to lead the Lady Tigers to a 5-0 win over Castlewood. Cassie Fleming scattered 6 hits over 7 innings striking out 2 for the Lady Devils and Haley Crabtree broke up the no-hit bid with a single to left in the fifth. After a scoreless first inning Amanda Van Dyke singled in the top of the second, Marisa Hughes reached via a walk, and Montanna Compton was safe after a fielder's choice loading the bases. Adkins then drilled the second pitch of her at bat to left driving in her 3 teammates. Adkins would later score on a ground ball out stak- ing Shelton to an early 4-0 lead. Leah Elswick led off the Honaker half of the 3rd inning with a single, stole 2nd base, and later came round to score on a ground out and error. Castlewood would load the bases in the bottom of the 5th inning. Erika Hubbard was hit by a pitch, Crabtree singled, and after a Shelton strike out for Honaker, Kelsey Fields reached safely on a fielders choice. Hughes stepped up for her Lady Tigers picking off a Blue Devils runner for the second out, then Shelton ended the threat with another of her 10 strike outs. Neither team allowed a runner past second base in the remaining 2 innings, and Honaker scored the 5-0 victory. Honaker: R H E 561 Castlewood R H E 012 (W), Shelton- Honaker (L), Fleming- Castlewood Rye Cove Stops Devils in 6 inning s Uriah Addison(4) and Eric Hill(2) combined on a 2 hit, 6 inning shut out, beating Castlewood 10-0 Tuesday at Castlewood. The Eagles got 3 runs each from Andrew Hill and Daniel Dockery in the win. Darryl Hileman took the loss for Castlewood pitch- ing 5 innings, allowing 3 hits, with 5 walks, and 6 strike outs. Rye Cove tallied two in the top of the second with- out recording a base hit. Andrew Hill and Dockery reached on a base on balls and an error, and scored on a sac fly to left field and a passed ball. The Eagles tacked on 3 more in the top half of the 5th inning after two outs when Dockery smacked a single to center driving in two runs, Josh Hill took credit for the third RBI of the frame scoring Dockery from third. The Eagles capped off the 6 inning victory plating 5 ON THE MOUND ... Cassie Fleming pitching for Castlewood in game against Honaker. AT BAT ... Kacie Jessee of Castlewood hitting against Honaker. runs in the top of the inning on hits by Addison, Eric Hill, and Andrew Hill. Eric taking credit for two RBI with a double to center field and Andrew earning a RBI single to center. Jared Hall and Adam Puckett each had a hit for Castlewood. Rye Cove R H E 1072 Castlewood R H E 020 (W) Addison RCHS (L) Hileman CHS Eastside blanks Greenwave The Spartans got a Big win Tuesday night at Tracy Stallard Field knocking off Clintwood 7-0. Matt Green went the distance striking out 12 allowing 1 base hit, Nick Sturgill supplied the needed offense with two RBI. Eastside touched Clintwood's lefty ace Dalton Dahley for a run in the bottom of the first and another in the fourth of the bat of Wes Yeary. With Matt Jones on in relief of Dahley in the 5th the Eastsiders broke the game open, J.D. Slone, Sturgill, Caleb Riner, and Ryan Milgrim all scored. "This is probably the best our league has been in at least 10 years," said Spartans boss Chris Clay. "I think a lot of the district games will be tough and that's good. Its fun ." EHS - R H E 760 CHS R H E 011 (W) Green- Eastside, (L) Dahley-Clintwood Tigers, Ray Drop Spartans Honaker's Austin Ray could not have been much better in the Tigers 10-0 win at Eastside. The URGENT NEWS iv You USED TESTOSTERONE HEART ATTACK or STROKE? Studies show that tmiag Testosterone products may _Itgnifieantly increase your risk of a heart attack, s .troke, bibod clots imd death. 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Ray got out of the inning striking out the next 3 he faced. Honaker added 3 more runs in the top of the 3rd inning. Austin Smallwood pitched the final three and two- thirds innings in relief of Slone walking 8, striking out 6, with 1 base hit. "Ray was the difference in the game," said coach Chris Clay. "He threw strikes and let his defense work." Honaker R H E 1061 EHS R H E 044 (W) Ray (L) Slone THE EAGLES CLUB 1097 8oody Road, Castlewood, 'CA Southern Breeze - Saturday, April 12 Suthern Boyz - Saturday, April 19 Karaoke with DJ Marquezz - Saturday, April 26 21 with a Valid tD to Enter Non Member Males Must Be Signed In Ladies always welcome. Doors open at 8 pro. 0R MORE IN.FORMATION, GO "fO ERTIREREBATES,COM CALL L88828&0369 Lady Spartans Survive 6th. She moved to second with Counts sacrifice bunt. India Hillman drove a shot down the line in fight that looked like the tying hit but Kelly Sykes made a game saving catch to get the out. Deja Stallard's triple in the bottom of the third drove home Erin Stanley with the game's only run in Tuesday's thriller at Eastside. The Spartan's Lindsay Dean threw a complete game two hitter, striking out 11,walking 1. Clintwood's Efika Counts tossed a gem as well giving up two hits, striking out 5, with no free passes. Clintwood's Bailey Robinson struck first with a double in the top of the 1 st moving to third on a wild pitch. Dean and the Lady Spartans ended the threat getting the next three outs in order. In the home half of the third, with two outs, Erin Stanley reached base on an error. Stallard stepped to the plate and laced a triple off the fence in center field sending Stanley home. Robinson, however, gave Clintwood one more chance at a run getting an infield single opening the Scores CHS RHE 023 EHS R H E 120 (W) Dean (L) Counts Clinch River Softball Opens Season The Clinch River Little League opened their season Saturday with 4 games against Clintwood Little League. In action were two teams of 9-10 year olds and two teams of 11-12 yr olds. In game 1 the Clinch River Dream defeated Clintwood 10-5, and in game 2 of 9-10 play Clinch River Believe won 17-9. The two evening games between the Clinch River Vipers and Clintwood l l- 12's ended in 6-6 ties due to the late hour and chilling temperatures. Lonesome Pine Realty 3 215 Dogwood Drive, St. Paal, VA OPEN HOUSE April 13th 1:3 0-3:30 pin Shelia Short ,, 276-393-9206 TRI-COUNTY TIRE, ING 276-762-9501 16618 East Riverside Drive Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. St. Paul, VA 24283 Saturday 8 a.rn.-1 p.m. !00 /