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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, May 5, 2016 . Castlewood Youth Football & Cheerleading Registration The following programs will be available this year: Tackle Football 4-12 years oldand Cheerleading 4-12 years old. Sign ups will be held at Castlewood High School Baseball Field on May 11, 20, 25 at 5-6 pm and Saint Paul Elementary on May 6, 13, 18 at 5-6 pm and also on Saturday, May 21 from 2-4 pm. Fee: $50 first child; $35 additional child. A payment plan is available. A birth certificate is required for football by August 1. Registration is open to all students meeting the age requirements in Castlewood, Saint Paul and the surrounding areas. For more information contact Kelly Salyers at 276-794-2023 or Kim Fields at 276-219-1686. Castlewood Youth Football and Cheerleading is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 youth organization. Lady Pack trumps Castlewood Ridgeview pounded out 16 hits and Alexis Mullins earned the win striking out 6 in a 16-2 non conference win at Castlewood Monday. Nikole Counts tallied 2 hits, 2 rbi, and scored 3 runs and Kayla Mullins added a pair of doubles and two runs leading the Lady Wolfpack to the win. Cassidy Fleming went 2-3 with a double and 2 rbi for the Lady Devils. Counts led off with a base on balls and scored Ridgeview's first Run on Mullins first double. Mullins would make the score 2-0 coming in on Libby O'Quinn's base hit. Alexis Mullins gave up first inning hits to Sam Couch and Fleming but got out of the jam with a fly out. Back to back hits by Madison Shortt and Kristen Fletcher and rbi's by Counts and Bailey Frazier gave the Lady Wolfpack two more runs and a 4-0 lead. Ridgeview added 2 more scores in the top of the third on two Lady Devil's errors and a Makayla Vaughn base hit. Trailing 7-0 with 1 out in the home 5th Gracie Hicks was hit by a pitch and Sam Couch walked giving Castlewood runners at first and second. Sydney Strange and Fleming sin- gled driving in Hicks and Couch to make the score 7- 2. The Lady Pack blew the game open in the top of the 6th .sending 13 batters to the plate. Ridgeview's first 7 batters recorded a hit and 9 straight reached base safely and scored in the inning. Autumn Hall led off the bottom of the 6th with a walk, but Counts retired the next three Lady Devils in order for the 16-2 win. RHS R H E 16161 CHS R H E 256 (W) Mullins (L) Hicks Lady Devils win slugfest Sam Couch, Gracie Hicks, Cassidy Fleming, and Autumn Hall each had 3 hits and the Lady Devils pounded out 17 hits in their 16-10 Cumberland Conference win over Twin Springs. Hicks went the distance getting the win for Castlewood. Lauren Duncan, who took the loss, and MaKneze Hillman each accounted for 3 hits and 2 runs for the Lady Titans. Hillman put the Lady Titans on the board first with a 3 run blast driving in Bell McCoy and Duncan. Castlewood got 1 back in the bottom of the first on the strength of a Sam Couch base hit and Fleming fielder's choice rbi. Katie Sluss reached on an error and scored in the top of the second giving Twin Springs a 4-1 advan- tage. Castlewood would a 5-4 lead in the bottom of the inning with base hits by Janie Skeens, Hall, Hicks, and Sam Couch. Sydney Strange picked up an rbi with a sacrifice fly to left. Hicks held the Lady Titans scoreless through the third and fourth frames. Castlewood took control of the game scoring 5 times in the bottom of the 4th inning. With two out the Lady Devils loaded the bases Strange walked, Fleming singled, and Alanna Kiser was hit by a pitch. Singles by Shiann Couch, Peyton Jessee, a walk to Skeens, and a base hit by Hall pushed the runs across making the score 10-4. The Lady Titans bounced back scoring 4 in the fifth. Chenoa Dean led off the inning with a base on balls. Duncan followed with base hit and Hillman's double plated two runs. MacKenzie Warner was safe on an error and Natalie MARKET CORNER NEWS Clinch River Farmers Market Saturday 8 am - 1 pm Don't miss the first market of the 2016 season. With the new season comes new vendors and an array of great produce including lettuce, onions, rhubarb, herbs, brown eggs, honey, jams, jellies, baked goods, breads and much more. Come be surprised at the large selection of farm fresh produce available. Entertainment: Music of Bluegrass Circle 11 am Grand Opening of Mountain Heritage Museum with guest artists We are certified to accept EBT, debit cards and senior citizen coupons. Support your local farmers and crafters and enjoy a free cup of coffee at the Clinch River Farmers Market, Adams double scored Warner drawing Twin Springswithin two runs 10-8. Castlewood picked up two more scores in the home 5th getting a base hit by Sam Couch, a rbi triple from Fleming and a rbi hit by Shiann Couch. Dean led off the 6th frame with a base hit scor- ing on McCoy's rbi double. Duncan singled and Hillman's base knock plat- ed McCoy to make the score 12-10 with Castlewood leading. Skeens took another free pass leading off the bottom of the sixth. Hall, Sam Couch, Strange, and Fleming followed with base hits pushing their lead to 16-10. Hicks tossed a 3 up 3 down seventh secur- ing the win. TSHS R H E 10 12 0 CHS R H E 16 17 5 (L) Duncan (W) Hicks Titans get by Castlewood William Corder's 3-4, 2 rbi effort led Twin Springs to a 6-3 conference win over the Blue Devils Friday at Castlewood. Colton Salyer earned the win scat- tering 4 hits over 7 innings. Jake Justus and Noah Young each recorded rbi singles for Castlewood. Justus took the loss. Kyle Kennedy led off the bottom of the first inning with a base hit, after stealing second and third he came in to score on David Hall's squeeze bunt giving the Devils a 1-0 lead. Salyer took a free pass leading off Titan's third, Avery Hillman was safe on an error, and Thomas Sluss walked to load the bases. Josh Herrera was hit by a pitch forcing the first Twin Springs score. Corder fol- lowed with a 2rbi double bringing in Hillman and Sluss for a 3-1 lead. After a walk to Cole Burke, Dylan Osborne's single scored Corder and the Titans led 4-1. With one out in the home fifth Hall reached on a walk, swiped second and scored on a base hit by Justus. Noah Young's base hit brought in Justus mak- ing the score 4-3. The Titans scratched out two more runs in the top of the sixth inning. Hillman was safe on an error, Sluss and Zach Lane walked. Herrera's sacrifice fly scored Hillman and Sluss also scored without a Titan's hit giving Twin Springs a 6-3 lead. Salyer sent the Devils down in order in the 6th and 7th innings with Corder recording all 3 put outs in the seventh. TSHS R H E 650 CHS R H E 342 (W) Salyer (L) Justus Tyler Snipes at bat in the Blue Devils loss to Patrick Henry. Patrick Henry drubs Blue Devils Tyler Jackson went 3-3 with 2 rbi and scored 3 runs leading the Rebels to a 12- 0 win over the Blue Devils. Jackson Cruise and Palmer Taylor combined on a 2 hit, 9 strikeout effort for Patrick Henry. Adam Puckett and David Hall each had a hit for Castlewood. The Rebels batted around scoring 7 runs in the top of the first inning. Cruise got the ball rolling with a 1 out single, Palmer Taylor and Connor Buchanan were safe on errors and Jackson chimed in with a rbi double. Colby Rhea reached on an error and Landon Smithson sin- gled driving in a pair. A walk issued to Ben Reynolds and Zane Seymore's fielder's choice gave the Rebels two more base runners. Nick Cook's two out rbi double capped off the first inning scoring for Patrick Henry. The Rebels added 2 more runs in the 'second frame. Cruise was hit by a pitch leading off the inning. Buchanan and Jackson followed with base hits to score Cruise. Two stolen bases and two costly errors later Jackson scored giving the Rebels a 9-0 lead. Jackson doubled and scored in the Rebels 4th inning and Patrick Henry picked up two more in the top of the fifth for a 12-0 score. PHS R H E 12 81 CHS R H E O25 (W) Cruise (L) Snipes Smallwood shuts down Raiders Eastside pitcher Austin Smallwood chalked up another Cumberland Conference victory, 3-0, over a stout J.I. Burton Squad. The Spartans junior recorded 13 strikeouts against just two base hits. Logan Austin keyed the Eastside attack with a two rbi single. Matt Jones picked up both hits for the Raiders. Eastside first baseman Cole Harness stopped what may have been a big first inning for the Raiders when he speared a line drive and stepped on the bag for a double play. Austin gave Eastside a 2-0 lead in the top of the fourth squeezing a two out base hit just fair down the third base line and into left field. The Spartans added an insurance run in the 6th when Adam Ketron put down a bunt and Harness was able to score on a Raider's error. Smallwood worked through a tough 6th and 7th for the win. EHS R H E 370 BHS R H E O22 (W) Smallwood (L) Branham Harlem Globetrotters to lead basketball camp at Rocky Top Sports World all-star players will keep the kids laughing with their signature tricks throughout the morning. Campers will also have the chance to get autographs and photos with the Globetrotters, so they can remember the unique experience for years to come. Camp sizes are lim- ited; so interested parents should sign their kids up as e ar~a~lS possible. Rocky Top Sports World at (865) 325-0044 or visit our website at www.RockyTopSportsWor ld.com for more informa- tion and to register for this once in a lifetime opportu- nity! Southeast Super Truck Series set to invade Kingsport Speedway Now in their 90th year, the Harlem Globetrotters are an indelible part of American sports and cul- ture. Known for their incredible athleticism and outrageous antics, the Globetrotters have delight- ed fans from all around the world in over 26,000 exhi- bition games. In June, this one of a kind team will return to Rocky Top Sports World in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The Harlem Globetrotters Basketball Camp will be held at Rocky Top Sports World on June 18th, from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. The camp is open to boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 12. Young athletes will walk away from this camp with an expanded knowl- edge of the fundamentals of basketball. Proper tech- nique for dribbling, pass- ing, and shooting will be taught alongside ball han- dling tricks, character development, and team- work. Of course, it wouldn't be a Globetrotter camp without plenty of fun! The by Chase Brashears Kingsport Speedway is going trucking this Saturday, May 7 when the Southeast Super Truck Series comes to town. The Southeast Super Truck Series will headline the night with a 75-lap fea- ture. Also taking on "The Concrete Jungle" will be the Southeast Super Stock Series, Carolina Vintage Racers, Pure 4, and Mini Cup. Kingsport Speedway will be the fourth stop this season for the series. "We always enjoy head- ing up to Kingsport," said Jeff Myers, series owner. "Our drivers in all series and divisions always put on a great show there." Grandstand gates open at 4:00 PM, qualifying begins at 5:00 PM, the on- track autograph is set for 6:15 PM, and racing gets underway at 7:00 PM. Adult grandstand admis- sion is $12, seniors $8, children 6-to-12 $6, and children under 6 are admit- ted free. For more information, visit newkingsportspeed- way.com or southeast- trucks.com. Find a theme basket for that special mom at the Baskets l?undraiser Saturday, May L 10 am to 12 noon l stonoa laearnin ( enter 8126 Deacon Drive, St. Paul Hosted by Clinch River Valley Initiative Tickets: $5 adults, $1 children under 12 Ticket includes brunch, lon stem flower and entrance to silent auction. see or our experi (276) 762-2311 1-800-834-3325 MORGAN-McCLURE c..,,owoo., Chevrolet - GMC www.morganmcclureauto.com Jo,e Sah/ef Josh Gibson Robert ;~u3~edand Cedv HolmesRobert BOJli~ Sc,-ot~ Fie{ds Ed KIncef James Widne~ Th~:~as Sur~tt