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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, April ! 5, 2010 I I Sports Features Deacons get by Eagles 5-1 by Allen Gregory Both Cridlin and Phillips moved "-. " Friday evening, April 9 saw ;' the Deacons of St. Paul take a 5- ..'t win over the visiting Rye Cove '"War Eagles. - For the Deacons it was a "' story of excellent pitching by senior Dallas Hileman and time- ly hitting by the Deacon offense. :' The timely hitting for St. -:Paul came in the second inning when they collected three of their six hits and plated four of : their five runs. In that inning with one out - C0rey Ellis singled, stole second and scored on a single by Reid '?Edmonds. Dillon Cridlin was safe on an error that permitted "Edmonds to score. Tyler Phillips followed with a base on balls. Deacons pound ' ' " by Allen Gregory '" St. Paul's baseball team put "another win in the books with a 13-1 pounding of Thomas Walker. The game, played at St. Paul " on Tuesday, April 6, saw the i:'. Deacons erupt for seven first inning runs all coming after one up a base when the Eagle third base man could not handle the throw on Cridlin's steal attempt. Cridlin and Phillips raced home on Justin Trent's hard liner to center. Trent continued to second when the ball bounced by the Rye Cove fielder. The Deacons added their final run in the fifth when Ellis walked. Chad Blevins singled sending Ellis to second. Ellis raced home on an infield single by Cridlin. Hileman, who had trouble in only the sixth inning, fanned 14, walked two and gave up four hits. In that sixth inning Hileman gave up two singles, a double Pioneers out. Senior Josh Jessee had the big blow of the inning and the game as he laced a three run homer in the big first inning. Senior Tyler Phillips was the winning pitcher and gave up four hits and one run over the five inning game. :2117 Lady Deacons ...-..: by Allen Gregory • - The Lady Deacons put • together a 12-12 run attack in getting a 12-3 win over visiting .,..Thomas Walker on Tuesday, April 6. get win St. Paul's Brittan2) Funk got the win and gave up just three hits. The Deacon defense had a good day making just one misplay. :UVa-Wise Spring Swing Golf :::Tournament set for April 16 . J The 15 th Annual Community Spring Swing golf tournament, -, hosted by The University of , :.Virginia's College at Wise and ,: ,: sponsored by Norton Commun- .::,j.ty Hospital, is set for Friday, April 16 at the Lonesome Pine ,-: Country Club in Big Stone Gap. :.,, .. Registration begins at 8 a.m., ,,, -.ycith a "shotgun" start at 9 a.m. .:,The all-inclusive entry fee of ., $100 per participant includes a red tee, mulligan package, lunch and prize drawings. Gigantic Auction Columbia, S.C.. Thurs. April 22, 2010 Sponsorship for individual holes is available for $100. Names of sponsors are displayed during the tournament. Proceeds benefit the UVa- Wise athletics program and the UVa-Wise Alumni Association. To register, visit www.uvawise.edu/alumni/Com munitySpringSwinz,html. For more information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 276-328-0128 or e- mail alumni@uvawise.edu. [CONOMICA[ ,,,and everything in t00tw00n,,, Building Specials! Du ii Buiidlngs and a walk to the first four batters with a run scoring on a Chris Lane single and an Adam Percy double. A single and walk later had the bases .loaded with Eagles. With the bases loaded and no outs, Hileman had the 4 th, 5 th and 6 th batters to worry about. However, those three batters faced some of Hileman's best fast balls and curves and each went down on swinging strikes. The top of the seventh inning saw the Eagles retired on a ground out and two strike outs. The important win sent the St. Paul Deacons' district record to 3 wins and 0 losses and also the lead in the Cumberland District. Wise Co. Sheriff's ()ffice to sponsor golf tournament The Wise County Sheriff's Office will sponsor the 12 th Annual Special Olympics Golf Tournament on Wednesday, May 19, at 1 p.m. at the Raven Rock Country Club in Jenkins, Kentucky. All proceeds will be- nefit Virginia Special Olympics. Teams, Hole Sponsors and Door Prizes are needed. Anyone who wishes to enter a four-person team is asked to complete a team registration form (available at the Wise County Sheriff's Office (contact Major Gene Vanover or Ste- phanie Swiney, P.O. Box 916, Wise, VA 24293; or fax 276- 6328-2624; or phone 276-328- 3566.) The entry fee is $50 per person--lunch, cart and green fee are included. (Make checks payable to Virginia Special Olympics.) A & B Division trophies will be awarded tp,first second and third places. Prizes Will also be awarded for hole-in-one--a 2010 Ford sponsored by: Freedom Ford of Wise; closest to the pin, and most accurate drive. STOP for Pedestrians at the Library Crosswalk VIRGINIA STATE POLICE INSURANCE FRAUD DIVISION If you have knowledge of insurance fraud, repofl it. 1-877-62FRAUD www.stampoutfraud.com orioneo Cou John Helbert and Steve Sullivan Over 60 years experience in parts and service. For your parts and service needs, visit MORGAN McCLURE Saint Paul, VA mmcclureford.com (276) 762,5535 Blqae Devils 11- by Allen Gregory Zach Bush has laid aside his basketball clothes and picked up his baseball outfit. No matter which he has on, he always plays hard and does an excellent Ervinton 1 job. His pitching performance, two lilts, four strike outs and one walk was good enough to lead his team to an 11-1 victory over Ervinton on Tuesday, April 6 at Castlewood. Oh yeah, let's don't forget his ability to swing the bat either. His 3 for 4 day at the plate, along with Blake Lyons 2 for 2 led the Devils' hit parade. Blue Devi ls lose pair to Coeburn in the sixth when the Lady Knights pushed across an unearned run. Lindsey Lawson scored the run from third base when the Castlewood catcher threw wild at first after a Coeburn batter struck out. Lawson had reached third base on a hit, a sacrifice and a wild pitch. Both pitchers dominated as by Allen Gregory Castlewood's softball and • baseball team suffered tough losses to Coeburn on Friday, April 9. First, the Castlewood girls suffered a tough loss to the Coeburn girls by a score of 1-0. Hannah Light and Taylor Banner were tough in the circle for their respective teams. The lone Coeburn run came , Lady Deacons 1 However, the Eagles came back to put the game away in the bottom of the first with six runs. After the first inning flurry the Deacons settled down and held the homestanding Eagles to just one. Lady Eagles 7 by Allen Gregory The Lady Deacons who have struggled all year to get a win lost another game on Friday as they lost a 7-1 encounter with Rye Cove. The Deacons got a one run advantage in the top of the first. Dupuie, Hileman star in rout by Allen Gregory 10. Matt Dupuie fanned twelve Hileman had a first inning Rebels and Dallas Hileman homer and three hits on the day drove in five runs to lead the St. for the Deacons. Paul Deacons to a 14-1 victory Tyler Phillips also had three at Ervinton on Saturday, April hits for the Deacons. Lady Deacons get thumped errors. Brittany Funk, the Dea- con pitcher, hit a batter and walked a batter in the inning. Three Deacon errors ac- counted for the four runs. It got worse as the game progressed. Emily Kendrick had four hits for the Tigers. No Deacon had more than one hit. The Deacons' four hits came from Katie Bradley, Brittany Funk, Hannah Wright and Hannah Edmonds. by Allen Gregory The Lady Tigers from Honaker came visiting to St. Paul on Monday, April 12. They went home with a 19- 0 win. Many of the Tigers runs were in the form of gifts. That is scored because of Deacon errors. The Deacons made a boat- load of miscues probably too many to mention. Suffice it to say the Deacons had trouble catching and throw- ing the ball on target. The first two innings were scoreless for both teams. Each team put runners on the bases but could not get the key hit. However, all that came to a halt in the top of the third when Honaker scored four times. In that inning Honaker had 'two hits. The Deacons made three I Deadli.ne for I i: classifieds '1: ' ''is Tuesday n'obn!] they each allowed just two hits. The baseball game saw the Blue Devils catch Andrew Pate on a hot day. Pate fanned eight Blue Devils and allowed just three Blue Devil hits. The Blue Devil defense did not help their pitcher, Devin Puckett, as they made several key errors in their 7-0 loss to Coeburn. Junior 4-H, Camp A 'week of fun and adventure await 4-Hers at the 2010 Junior 4-H Camp at the Southwest Virginia 4-H Education Center near Abingdon. This year's camp for Wise and Buchanan counties will be held June 14-18. Camp is for all 4-H members, ages 9-13 inclu- sive. Campers must have com- pleted the fourth grade to be eligible to attend. The cost for attending camp is $130 per person. Registration deadline is May 4. Space are limited and applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. For more information or to request a 4-=H camp applica- tion, call Lucy Robinson, 4-H Program Assistant, at the Wise County Extension Office, 276- 328-6194. 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