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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA. Thursday, May 3, 2007 T 1 ~ "1 . -- * " . r'~ ' :, - LaDy 13eVllS get must win against eacons : i I (~ A ~'~ A " : by Jonathan Salyer - lead in the bottom of the sixth, hits and striking out eight. I x,x - I "T1 TbeCastlewood Lady Devils Courtney Compton and Heather Kesha Perrigan went three for I,II I1(I I} IIII II IIII II II hosted the Lady Deacons of St. Lawson each drove in two runs four at the plate for Castlewood, I [ 31 . Paul on Friday April, 27. It was in the ' =inning. .St Paul scored scoring twice and .driving in two. i I . a must wm tar me Lady uevns one in the top otthe seventh, but more. t.;ourmey t:ompton aria I I" to still have hopes of winning couldn't push any more across Heather Lawson each drove in , II I the Cumberland District. They against Castlewood hurlertwo runs T, 1 1 * * pulled away late, coming away Heather Lawson. Brittany Russell, Courthey I,lt"]W I r lO Wlrl with the big win, 8-2: Lawson picked up the win,Evans, Lindsey Dickenson and / .L - Castlewood struck first in the going all seven innings, Lindsey Hall each had one hit by All,e u Gregory Wallen moved to third on a Dickenson's ground out,got i bottom of the third. Chesley allowing two runs On only four for St. Paul. . St. Paul s Lady Deaconsacrifice bunt by Daniel!eRussell in from third with SL Meade led off the inning with a T . : " . " v " softball got a huge win at St. McCoy. Amanda McConnell s Paul s first run. single. Kelsey Adding on and [f:l('[],[ I Paul on Tuesday, Aoril 24. That single scored Wallen with the In the Deacon sixth inning, Cherita Paterson followed with xJV, .vvxxo l ow t.v atk. waHl, was a 5-4 comeback win in third Titan run. Singles by Linda they scored three times to tie tffe singles to load the bases. After by Ryan Padgett in the fifth and sixth innings, nine innings over district leader McConnell . and Stidhamgame at four. Russell got the two uts were made, KeshaThe Lady Deacons traveled scoring seven earned runs which Twin Springs. The Lady Titans produced the fourth Titan run. inning started with a walk. Perrigan grounded to shortstop, to Castlewood on Friday, April ledto an 8-2 loss for the Deacon had a clean district slate until That wouldbealltheywould Haley Kiser singled between but couid[t t make the play, 27, to play the Lady Blue girls. that game. get as Caitlin Robinson took first and second base. With allowing onekrnn to score. Devils. The Deacons made some big The Titans had a 4-0 lead control of the game. Only three Deacons at first and third, Evans St Paul answered in the top : The core was tied 1-1 after plays defensively, but could not before the Deacons ever ,had a Titans reached base after the met a Lell fast ball with the of the fourth. Courtney Evans four innings, but the Ladystring together enough hits to base runner. The Titans had fourth inning. Robinson gave up sweet part of the bat and sent the led off the innin.g with a. double. Devils wore their hitting shoes score more runs. jumped on the board first with a singles in the fifth and seventh ball to the third row of the She later scorea to tie the game " " " * ~il. " two spot m the top of the third, and a Titan reached base on an bleachers m left centerfield tying at one. " 4-4 1 e 4- i the Castlewood took the lead for J J aO[ k./l.li 1,11,/ILIl I 111 Utl LI 11 ,I, With one out, Linda McConnell error in the top of the ninth, game. : singled to center. She scored all Stidham reached third in the The Deacons got the game good in the bottom of the fit by Andrew Blevins Sullivan North Monday. After the way from first as Amy seventh on a single, a stolen base winner in the bottom of the inning. Courtney Compton and The St. Paul Deacons won the first inning the Raiders led Stidham tri led to dee left and a wild itch However, she ninth With one out in the ninth, Kesha Perrigan both singled 8-I Friday night at Ervinton 4-0, but the Deacons wouldn't P P " P " " "" " H"I dr " - " Katy Lane bunted and was was picked off third on anKayla Kennedy doubled off the . nama ai ave both of them High School. After .Friday quit and tied the game 4-4. In thrown out with Stidham re- excellent throw from Courtney fence in right. The Deacons then home with a .double. Kayl night, St. Paul is tied for 1 the bottom of the fifth, the maining at third. Cathy Lell Evans, the Deacon catcher, to loaded the bases on walks to io[idun later smgled to score place in . the Cumberland Raide scored runs to take singled off the glove of the Candace Castle, the DeaconLindsey Hall and Russell. . District wire uastlewooa WHO control out [or me game Deacon third baseman scoring third sacker. Kiser s slow roller to second got . Castlewood added to their lost to Twin Springs. Nathan Paul out hit the home team I3- Stidham. Melinda Salyers grou- The Deacons began to climb Kennedy home with the wining -n Evans pitched for the Deacons, 11 and flae final was 13-6. The nded out to end the inning. In back into the game in the bottom run. rtusseu. .;aunty giving up only One hit and Raiders was led by Nick Moore, the top of the fourth, Twin of the fourth. Brittany Russell The Deacons ,managed only,o striking out nine Rebels. Evans 4-4, 7 RBI while Paul was Spiings added a pair of runs. walked to become the Deacons four hits but got them when they K, no Flohin. improved his record to 5-1on led by Chris Vance 3-3, 4 RBI. Tammy Wallen opened the first base runner. Russellcounted. Kennedy had two of t t/3 ;3 the mound while the Deacons Brandon Phillips, Zak Hicks inning with a walk and moved to promptly stole second. Evans the Deacon hits. improved to 9-5, 5-1 in the and BJ Crawford all added two second on a passed ball. After then walked and Russell reached Stidham led the Titans with a t av district. BJ Crawford had a big hits apiece for the Deacons. St. KaW Boggs lined out to left, third on a wild pitch. Lindsey triple and two singles. / up to bat in the seventh inning, Paul fell to 9-6 overall. Allen t.ne rtusse =aunty mus hitting a home run for the Hicks took the loss, dropping T. - 1 -- 1 - I,* -- r snmg Day wall be held on May Deacons. Evans also helped his record to 3-2. The St. Paul [ I Itz fl/' t' l'l Clrt:: l" /'11 1"1"101" 11711"1 starting at 9:00 a.m. at the himself at the plate going 3-4 Deacons will play Twin a- ta, 4 y UJt l Jtk.3 t,Jt Jt%,t, VV JtXJt vtrmactes r atural Area Preserve d Rrancl,n Phillin w nt 9-,4 glnrlno rm - - at Cedar Creek Lunch will be -'St* t'o"*host; Dyttyan rio ett : . .L out later Hale Kiser knocked Cmtlm Robinson took the provided. Children ages 1-15 will ~./IIG UI tll~ IIIONE cK~l[f~g ~ J . - ,sh,tt ; ,;,=in the game-winning run with an wm m the circle. The Ladybe allowed to fish. For more "1, ? 1 too' "'lac%""p.at the Lady Deacons. "; forinfield'hit'the Deaconsleading to a 5-4 win b gDeac n" plays defensettwougnoutmadethe gSeVeralame. Musmkinf rmati n" at (276)contact889-5384/889-Donna Sue I.)eVIlS rain on t eacon, p aracte. field April 24 against the by Allen Gregory Deacon m splays m the bottom ~ote or Lmaa t~oucn/Jua tar- St 1' league-leading Twin Springs Y. Pan s Deacon softball ofthethtrd. Tit ts. I )ovll t.k dlStrt t u,n merat.(z/o, n .-2oou/nt;v-t,Ol2, team had struggled early in the However, St. Paul got a run Jk.dlk41,~,lt .&.~V k.~Iklt.41, ~.~ Jl.~, lk vv JL lnlS event IS sponsorea oy The Deacons fell behind .7 season but had found a wa to back on a double, a walk and a early in the game 4-0 T Virgmm ,oep.at'tm.ent or. tJame insert themselves into the Yay Single. ana lnlanO Pisnerles, ousmesses ' . With the Deacons trailing 4-1 from Laav rloneers oII.W, andindividualdo "" for the league s top spot with a The Lady Devils took in/he bottom of the sixth, Haley J, The Lady Pioneers tied the nauons. 5-4 nine inning win over Twin control of the game in the fifth Ki.ser and Brittany Russell led Th Y t ffw nt aaldY;Levils game at nine in the bottom of " ' " Spr HogSw eneAr.Pndle24" ma have henhthey scored three times. off the inning with a base hit " th Ion tri to Ewin thefiRh,y y "g its in the inning were and a walk. Courtney Evansm.aoe . e g, p t g, Castlewood took the lead for VV II ; l, llll all, dug a hole for themselves when doubles by Lauren Evans and vtrglma, to take on me Laay followed with an opposite field good in the ton of the sixth ' - they put on a not so good Shaina Hall. o rloneers oi lnomas wat er on . . r h me run to tm the score at 4-4. T,ooao, A,qt mnmg. After one out, Courtnev performance on the CHS Blue Heather Lawson had the :, s x .t xxt, x, t Dewl field m an 8 2 loss to the Deacons o In the bottom of the ninth, a k .a. k Compton doubled, then Kesha . " " - ff balance all game Kayla Kennedy led off the Perrigan reached base on an " " Lady Devils on Friday, April with her assortment of very saw ~asucwuuu ttut~ mu uppv[ 27 " mnmg w th a double to right - : error. After the second out. ][oxr accurate pztches. The Deacons center. An error, a walk and one Heather Lawson stepped to the /.vx ,t y,d The Lady Devils took a 1-0 managed just seven hits in the : tattvu qun y, - lead ou 1 plate and laced a double, courtesy of a c p e of game " - '- scoring four runs in the top of NWA All Star Wrestling will -- " I CVTimesDeadlines: ] the first inning. CheritaPeterson sco,rmgt omrunnersmt, em, be featured at Honaker High . 11,1,' i r'r,'. leao Lawson snut me L,aay [ Editorialcol / [i dLH ea tl2 %. w n had Pioneers down the rest of the School.Saturday: May 5, at 8 Devils oats suent against lltans ' birthda," . i uuuo, s m ouy . . . p.m. as me school works to raise I ( ys. anntversanes, I Pioneers not to be outdone way to p ck up the wm m the funds for Ti=er Football by Jonathon Salyer A wtld p~tch moved all the I ? press releases, cale.ndar [ianswered in the bottom halJ' circle; Featured=will be Iron Cross,The Castlewood Blue Devils runners up one base. Castle- ;t items, weddinas et i . .a. s theirown etsey AaOingtOrL, Lorren uzum g u, Tha. l.i hosted theTwin Springs titans wood looked to be Om of i 4prhMondav "l - castiew took th lead Evans and Heather Lawson each and TV Su rstar:Maven liveon Fnday,:rAprtl 27. TheTltans - trouble wzth two outs and an 0-2 'l, "" ' " l r . Advertlsin back in the second with Kelse a three hits m the game, and in rson) Also featured shoeked the Devils wnmmg-4- count-on the batter,-but.he got. I " " g [ Y LW pe " ' " a son and t;ourme ton 0 It was Castlewood s first ust eno f " (classified and disolav) Addington, Lorren Evans and . Y P will' be Texas Lighming Bobby J . ugh o the ball to get it .t -- - -" I Courtnev Common all scorino eacnarovemtwornns. Houston Start the Man Leedistrict loss since mey lost to over me infield to score two 1.1 znoon[uesoay I runsto akea7 /lead e, Jessiea Burke led Thomas ;'-Rye Cove in 2004. morenms. "~" " Wa " " Jk~ * ~f]f QJl[(t J. Ottllt.Jlllk ,~ [ll%.$ Lgl.l ~4~.Ult - . lker with two hits. -----,~tnr ,--and The Wildl V, -l Twm Springs scored theirCastlewood. managed only two hits on the day and four AIDS HAS CREAIED 14 MILL(ON ORPHANS WORLDWIDE. TO HELI~ CALL 86G-AIDS-FUND OR GO TO APATHYISLETHAL.ORG. AIDS IS PREVENTABLE. APATHY IS LETHAL. Southern Boy Tracy Smothers. first run in the top of the third Tickets are $5 general admis- inning. Gavin Meade led off sion in advance, $10 at the gate. with a bloop single. Heath Child's general admission is $5 Culbertson followed with a ' (ages 5-11). Ringside. seats are single. Meade then stole third $10 advance and $12 at the base. Kris Jordan drove Meade gate. Children 5 and under are in with a single. admitted free. For ticketThey added to their lead in information, call 276-873-6363. the top of the seventh. ARer an out was made, the next three batters walked to load the bases. CHS loses heartbreaker to Tigers by Jonathan Salyer The Castlewood Blue Devils traveled to Honaker to take on the Tigers on Monday, April 23- -and the Devils lost a heart- breaker 4-3. Logan Ball walked to start the game, stole second and later scored the fh-st run for Honaker. Honaker added another run in the bottom of the second to take a 2-09 lead. Castlewood got on the score- board in the top of the fifth inning. Corey Davis led off with a single. Zach Bush sacrificed Davis to second. Justin McMil- lan singled, putting Davis on third. Andrew Kennedy drove in Davis with a sacrifice fly to score the first run. The Devils took the lead in the top of the seventh. Ryan Phillips was hit by a pitch to start the inning. After an out was made, Zaeh Bush walked. Hona- total base runners. Chris Smith and Matt Phillips each had one hit for Castle- wood. Casey Phillips took the tough loss on the mound for Castlewood. Gavin Meade was the hero for Twin Springs, pitching the complete game and scoring two runs. Lady Devils fall late to Tigers by Jonathan Salyer The Castlewood Lady Devils traveled to play Russell County foe, the Honaker Lady Tigers, on Monday, April 23. The Lady Devils looked to have the upper hand, but lost the lead of the bottom of the seventh and fell 5- 4. The Lady Devils scored the first run in the game in the fourth inning. Lorren Evans tripled with one out. Courtney Compton singled her home for the first run. Honaker answered in the bottom of the fourth, scoring one rim. Castlewood once again took the lead in the top of the sixth inning. Cherita Paterson led the inning off with a single. Courtney Compton doubled to score Peterson. The Lady Devils padded the lead in the top of the seventh. After the first two batters were retired, Chesley Meade walked. Kelsey Adding- ton tripled, scoring Meade. Cherita Peterson reached base on an error, on which Addington scored. The Lady Tigers made their big comeback in the bottom of the seventh. The first batter reached base on an error. Hea- ther Lawson came in to relieve Kesha Perrigan at this point. The next batter singled. After one out was made, a walk loaded the bases. The next bat- er hit into a fielder's choice to load the bases once again, but this time, with two outs. The next two batters singled to score the game-winning runs. Kesha Perrigan pitched six innings and gave up one run. Courtney Compton led Castle- wood at the plate, going two for three and driving in two runs. Peanut football in St. Paul ker looked to be safe when they got the second out, but Andrew The peanut football program coaching positions must be Kennedy laced a double, scoring in the St. Paul Elementary returned no later than May 11, Phillips and Bush to give Cas- School area is undergoing a 2007. tlewood a 3-2 lead. Castlewood change. Applications may be A five member committee obtained by calling the Rev. Jimi got the first out but the next batter reached base on an error. Justin Newberry followed that with a walk-off homerun to give Honaker the victory. Andrew Kennedy drove in all three runs for Cestlewood. Casey Phillips pitched well but suffered the tough loss on the mound. Only two of the four with the Rev. Jimi Watson as it's chairman has been formed to run the program. Applications for coaching positions in the program are being taken between April 17 and May 11. All applications for Watson at 762-5258. Children in St. Paul Elementary School will be eligible for the program; grades 1 and 2, the Crunch Bunch; grade 3-5, Division 1; grades 6- 7, Division 2. Honaker runs were earned, St p f r any schooll bus loading or [ unloading children!I OFFERED BY:( =P =rdential UN["x-x--fa EO NN IT?ONNS i>'iii L IT'S THE LAW! J '