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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, April 16, 2015 J.I. Burton stings Lady Devils The Lady Raiders exploded for 11 runs in the top of the first inning on eir way to a 12-1 thrash- ing of Castlewood Monday at Castlewood High School. Caitlyn Yates bagged two hits and scored two runs in the inning for the Lady Raiders. Burton racked up seven hits and benefited from six walks, with each of the nine Lady Raiders scoring at least once in the first inning. Yates scored run number 12 for Burton in the top of the second reaching on a base on balls with two outs, then coming in to score on Leia Scarf's base hit. The Lady Devil's lone run came in the bottom of the second when Erika Hubbard led off the inning with a home run. JIB R H E, 129,0 CHS R H E 142 Yates (W) Fleming (L) HR; CHS- Hubbard 2nd solo Spartans 10- run Wave Spartans a 3-0 lead. Smallwood held the Greenwave at bay through five innings then in the top of the sixth the Spartans added 4 more runs on 4 hits pulling away to a 7-0 lead. Drew Richards, Michael Wheatley, and Smallwood each had singles in the sev- enth and the Spartans scored three times in the inning. Adam Ketron came on to close out the game for the Spartans 3-1,2-0. EHS R H E 10 11 1 CHS R H E 093 Smallwood (W) Dahley (L) HR: Slone EHS 1 on. Green no-hits Springs Matt Green hurled 5 hit- less innings striking out 12 Titans for his first win of the season, and Eastside grabbed a : 14-0 Cumberland win over Twin springs Friday at Tracy Stallard Field. J.D. Slone ripped a two RBI double in then bottom of the first and the Spartans gave Green all the help he needed scoring 6 runs in the first frame. Eastside tacked on three runs in the second and five more in the bottom of the fourth for the win. Eastside is now 3-0 in conference play. Eastside got a two run homer from J.D. Slone in the third inning, and Austin Srnallwood went 3-4 at the plate and fanned 10 Greenwave batters through 6 innings as the Spartans beat Clintwood 10-0. Cole Harness singled for Eastside in the top of the second scoring the Spartans first run on a Oreenwave error. Slone's tw~o run blast came in the top of the third inning scor- i'rlg Wes Yeary to give the Indians top Devils Rural Re~eat's Jackson Sowers got the win on the mound and helped his own cause with two hits and two rbi as the Indians dropped Castlewood 11-1 in the Yo-Na Tournament hosted by Bland County High School. Nolan Ryan also had to rbi for Rural Retreat. Josh Woods had one of the Devils three and scored the only run for Castlewood. Cody Amburgey took the loss for Castlewood. - - -. Lady Wave beat Eastside Adrienne Mullins tal- lied two hits and scored two runs and Makayla Vaughn added two hits with a pair of RBI leading Clintwood to a 6-1 Cumberland win over the Lady Spartans. Erika Counts scattered 4 hits over seven innings for the win. Emily Richardson scored Eastside's only run. Lady Spartans fall to Central Kaitlyn Stratton went 3- 4 with and rbi leading the Lady Warriors (3-1) to an 8-4 non conference win over the Lady Spartans Monday at-Eastside High School. Stratton also earned the win in the circle carding 10 strike outs. Emily Vance added two hits and three rbi for the Lady Warriors. Freshman Lacey Austin had a double with 3 rbi for the Lady Spartans (2-4.1- 0). Grace McCowan and Kaylee Jones had two hits each for Eastside. Central pushed a run across in the top of the fifth breaking a 3-3 tie. The Lady Warriors added 3 more in the sixth and after a Lady Spartan tally in the home sixth Central carded another in the seventh to win 8-4. CHS R H E 8123 EHS R H E 492 Stratton (W) Stallard (L) Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography Contest andExhibition through May 2, from 10 Photography Contest and a.m. to 5 p.m. and Exhibition. Saturdays April 25th and May 2nd from 10 a.m. to 3 .' The Annual Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography Contest and Exhibition is celebrating 13 years! The contest and exhibition will be. at the Kingsport Art Guild Gallery and the Atrium at the Kingsport Renaissance Center. The Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography .Contest and Exhibition is looking for entries. There are three levels of competi- tion: Youth, Amateur, and proficient. Competition categories are: Nature, p.m. The deadline is May 2, at 3 p.m. Entries may be shipped to Ann Fortney 154 W. Wanola Ave, Kingsport, TN 37660 but needs to arrive by the dead- line. Judging will be May 9, from 10 a.m. till finish. Times depend on number of entries. Judging is open to the public at The Kingsport Renaissance Center located at 1200 E. Pictorial, and the Carrie Center St. Kingsport, TN The Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography Exhibition is from May 31- June24, 2015 during regu- lar business hours. Reception/Awards Ceremony will be Sunday May 31, from 2-4 p.m. All awards will be presented that day with the exception of the People's Choice which will be presented June 20, at 3:30 p.m. Deadline for voting for People's Choice is June 20th at 3 p.m. For more information contact Ann Fortney at 423-914-5453, email: anniepenjacc2@, or face book: Kingsport Spring Spectacular Penley Themed category. This year's theme is: "NURSERY RHYMES." The Photographs can be color or Black and White (Monochrome). , Cash prizes and ribbons awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd ialaces, People Choice award, Best of Show, and The Jerry Penley "I Love the Blue Ridge/Appalachian Region." Honorable Mentions will receive rib- bons. Entries will be turned in at Rainbow's End Floral and Gift Shop located at '2.14 E. Center St. Kingsport, TN. Monday through Friday April 20, ClinchValley Times deadlines: 1 copy- Monday 3 pm ads - Monday 12 noon IEW 2015 GMC SIERRA stk #17913. SLT, MSRP $47.250 - $38,613 Erika Hubbard tags Yates' pitch for home run against J.I. Burton on Monday. Fifth Annual Harold Lester Memorial Golf Tournament set for June 5 Plans are currently underway for the Fifth Annual Harold Lester Memorial Golf Tournament to be held Friday, June 5, at Lonesome Pine Country Club in Big Stone Gap. All proceeds from this event will support the Harold Lester Memorial Fund of the Mountain Laurel Cancer Support and Resource Center of Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc. The fund was estab- lished by Harold Lester's family after he lost his bat- tle with cancer. Family and friends wanted to find a way to honor his memory by helping others in need as a memorial to his devo- tion to caring for and assisting thousands of peo- ple during his lifetime. Mr. Lester spent much of his life working with children and their families through his career in the Wise County School System where he served as teacher, coach and administrator. Those who knew him remember a man with a strong Christian faith and, a belief that one needed to take care of his family, neighbors and others God placed in his path. The Harold Lester Memorial Fund provides real help to cancer patients throughout the local com- munity who are experienc- ing unexpected needs as a result of theft diagnosis of cancer. Every cent raised by the golf tournament will directly assist a cancer patient in Lee, Scott or Wise County or the City of Norton. Many lives will be touched and many needs met. The Harold Lester Fund has assisted with pur- chase of medications and materials for ramps needed to make the home accessi- ble for the cancer patient. The fund also pays rent, water bills and electric bills, because, of course, people undergoing cancer treatment often cannot con- tinue to work. Those wishing to sup. port the toumament and or individual sponsor. All donations are tax deductible. Level 1--$475 Four person team Hole sponsor Company name on tour- nament board Level 2--$400 Four person team Company name on tour- nament board Level 3--$100 Hole sponsor Company or individual name on tee box Level 4----$100 Individual participation in tournament (tournament committee will place you on a team) Level 5--Donation of any amount Business/Individual Sponsor Mulligan package is included in each sponsor- ship level. The event will feature a hole-in-one contest. Door prizes and lunch will be provided. For more infor- mation or to receive an thus the fund have several entrance form, please con- choices as to how they tact Maggie Christian might participate as either Gilbert at. 276-523-4202 or a player, company Coffee Time at Library Mondays Every Monday at 10 a.m. the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library will host Coffee Time for all area senior citizens. Seniors are invited to stop by the library from 10-11 a.m. and have a cup of coffee, tea, cider or hot chocolate and light refreshments. Visit with your friends, talk about the news going on in the area, read the local newspapers or browse through the library's maga- zine selections. Make plans to come by the library each Monday for coffee and conversation. For more information contact the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library at 276-762-9702. stk# t7957 MSRP $29,420 $24,995