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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, May 4, 2017 Spartan Boys Tennis by Alicia Jones Eastside vs. Union at Eastside; 6-3 (W) Singles 1. Jordan Richardson v, Connor Giza; 1-6, 1-6 (L) 2. John Robert Kilgore v. Justin Falin; 8-1 (W) 3. Jordan Rasnick v. Zachary Harvey; 8-2 (W) 4. Erik Jones v. Nick Jackson; 8-5 (W) 5. Christopher Swarm v. Jonah Young; 5-8 (L) 6. Ethan Fields v. Koby Poff; 5-8 (L) Doubles 1. Richardson/Kilgore v. Giza/Falin; 5-7, 6-3, 10-7-- "i'B (W) 2. Jones/Swarm v. Harvey/Walker; 8-3 (W) 3. Rasnick/Fields v. Morgan/Dishner; 8-1 (W) Action from Castlewood-Thomas Benjie Hicks. Walker boys game. Photos by Action from Castlewood-Thomas boys game. Photos by Benjie Hicks. Walker Lady Devils beat TS for second win -' By Eliza Evans TWIN SPRINGS, Va. - The Castlewood Lady Devils picked up a 3-1, Cumberland Conference win over the Twin Springs Lady Titans, Friday. "We've been working on getting the lead and maintaining the lead," said Kesha Rasnick. "They bat- tled back and started piec- ing together their hits. We played good, solid defense. They were just into it. They came out with the right mindset today." The Lady Devils (2-8, 2-2) got a complete game in the circle from Gracie Hicks. "1 was feeling a little antsy coming in because I i , heard they were doing pret- t y. good season," Hicks said. "But I never doubted our team, so that helped." ,-., Hicks gave up one run on five hits with nine strikeouts. "Gracie did a great job today," Rasnick said. "Today was the best game she has pitched. I think she did a great job. She worked ahead, she kept the ball low and her changeups were working." Hicks also helped her team on offense. Hicks led Off the game with a single and scored when Autumn reached on an error. ~S The Lady Titans came ~b/ick to tie the score in the ~ttom of the second. ~i~ Aubrey Powers reached on an error to start the inning. Three batters later, after two strikeouts and another error putting run- :ners on first and second, 'Natalie Adams singled to drive in Powers and make ita 1-1 game. ", But the Lady Devils had ia quick answer in the top of ~the third. ~ Hall led off the inning -with a single and moved to isecond on a fielder's ~choice. With one out, Cassidy !Fleming doubled down the 'third baseline to drive in 'Hall and put the Lady 'Devils back ahead, 2-1. Two batters later with :two outs, Lillie Sanders isingled down the third ' ~baseline to drive in 'Fleming for a 3-1 lead. '. "They hit it hard and Action from Castlewood-Twin Springs girls game. Castlewood won 3- 1. Photo by Benjie Hicks. rattled us a little bit," said runs, you can't really corn- middle to drive in Lacey Twin Springs head coach plain," Jones said. Austin and Moore for a 6-0 Tim Lawson. "But I'm The Lady Spartans also lead. proud of my girls for corn- got a solid performance Three more runs went peting till the end. It could from Grace McCowan in on the board for the Lady have gotten real ugly." the circle. Spartans in the third. Pinch The Lady Titans tried to"Grace did a really good hitter Rachel McCowan get back in the game, leav- job mixing up her pitchesreached on an error with ing seven runners in scor- and keeping them off-bal-one out. King reached safe- ing position, ance," Atwood said. ly and Emily Lee, who re- In the bottom of the McCowan gave up one entered the game, moved to fourth, the Lady Titans left run On two hits - both com- second on a failed fielder's runners at second and third, ing in the fourth - with choice. They also :strandedtwo seven strikeouts and two Two batters later, Lee runners at third - one in the walks, scored on another error that sixth and one in the sev- Jones took J.I. Burton let Austin reach first and enth. starter Sierra Kern deep to King get to third. With two outs in the open the bottom off the The Lady Raiders then bottom of the seventh, first, brought in Lilly Redman to Chenoa Dean tripled to Later in the inning, the relieve Kern. center. Lady Spartans had the Redman walked Salyers But Hicks got Belle bases loaded with two outs. to load the bases with two Austin to strike out for the Reiley McCoy came outs. The next batter, game's f'mal out. through with a double to Moore, hit the ball down Castlewood 3, Twin drive in Jayme Salyers and the third baseline to drive Springs 1 Emily Moore to put in King and Austin and Castlewood 102 000 0 -Eastside up 3-0. give the Lady Spartans a 3 9 3 "We got on them quick commanding 9-0 lead. Twin Springs 010 000 0 and stayed on them," Jones "When we start gelling, -1 5 3 said. we really can put some Hicks and L. Taylor. The Lady Spartans runs on the board," Atwood Powers and Adams. W - repeated that run total in said. Hicks. L - Powers. the bottom of the second. The Lady Raiders The Lady Spartans scored their only run in the Ladv Soartans loaded the bases again, this top of the fourth when ! time with one out. Kern scored on an error. cruise to win Moore drove in the Lexi After a quiet fourth, the King on a fielder's choice Lady Spartans went back to over Lady for the inning's first run. work in the fifth. Jones led Raiders The next batter, Hannah off the inning with a homer Buchanan, singled up theto center. By Eliza Evans COEBURN - Kaylee Jones showed off her power from the leadoff spot in Eastside's 11-1, five-inning win over the J.I. Burton Lady Raiders. "She's got a beautiful swing, so when she hits it, it's just going to go," said Eastside head coach Suzi Atwood. "That was a nice way to start us off. I think it made everybody relax a lit- tie." Jones hit two home runs, giving the Lady Spartans a big boost last Wednesday. But Jones, who finished the day 2-for- 5, said she felt she could have done more. "I felt pretty good about it. I think I could have done better, but with two home Action from Castlewood-Thomas Walker girls game. Photos by Benjie Hicks Action from Castlewood-Thomas girls game. Photos by Benjie Hicks The Lady Spartans then loaded the bases for the fourth time - this time with one out. Brooklyn Barnette relieved Redman and struck out Grace McCowan for the second out. Tavi Sensabaugh, who came off the bench in the fourth, ended the game with a single that drove in Austin to envoke the 10- Walker run rule. Eastside 11, J.I. Burton 1, 5 innings J.I. Burton 000 10 - 1 2 4 Eastside 333 02 - 11 11 2 Kern, Redman (3), Bamette (5) and Bates. G. McCowan and Austin. W - G. McCowan. L - Kern. HR - Eastside: Jones (2), solo in first, solo in fifth. 2015 # 6631 Call, Sebastian today! ! ...... ...................