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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, May 21, 2009 Clouse leads by Allen Gregory , Graham Clouse had three hits and three runs scored to lead Thomas Walker to a 12-8 victory :over St. Paul in the In-st round of the Cumberland District baseball tournament at St. Paul on Mon- i~day, May 18. . One of Clouse's hits was a .seventh inning two run homer that put the tapper on the Pioneers scoring for the game. past Deacons they also made four errors which set up the Pioneers six unearned runs. The Deacons junior pitcher suffered the loss as he pitched two and 1/3 innings of the game. Sophomore Matt Dupuie pitched in relief of Hileman allowing three runs two of which came as a result of a Deacon error. Dupuie struck out ten Pioneers. The Deacons committed nine errors in the game. The Pioneers, on their defensive side of the game, made just three errors. Even though.they were down 9-0 the Deacons fought back scoring four times in the third inning. In that inning with one out Dupuie walked to start the rally. Dillon Cridlin and Andrew Bowers each singled to load the bases. Bryce Lawson plated two runs with a single to right. Tyler Phillips' groundout plated another run and Lawson later scored on a wild pitch. The Deacons plated four runs in the fifth to get within one run. Two Thomas Walker errors in that inning greatly added to the Deacon cause. The Deacons could not mount a comeback over their last two at bats as five of the last six Deacon batters struck out. The final out was a force play on a weak ground ball. Travis Hall also had a bases ' l aded homer for the Pioneers in the second inning when they scored seven times to take a 7-0 lead. The second inning was horrible for the Deacons. Not only did they allow six runs, Castlewood needs extra innings to dispatch ! Eagles by a score of 5-4 by Jonathon Salyer singled and was driven in by a Puckett. After a Gunnar Rasnake i The Castlewood Blue Devils hosted the Eagles of Rye Cove on Friday, May 15. The Devils needed 11 innings but they came away with the 5-4 victory. The Eagles jumped out early plating three runs in the top of the second inning. All three runs scored on a double by Jacob Arwood. The Devils pulled a little closer in the fourth inning. With two outs Casey Phillips double off the bat of Gunnar Rasnake. The Eagles quickly answered getting that run right back in the top of the fifth inning to make the score 4-1 in favor of Rye Cove. The Devils plated two runs in tile bottom of the sixth inning to pull a little closer. Devin Puckett led off the inning with a single and stole second. After two consecutive outs Casey Phillips singled scoring single Justin Smith reached on an error allowing Phillips to score Down one run in the bottom of the seventh inning the Devils were able to push across the tying run on a single by Devin Puckett. That is where the score remained till the eleventh inning. With one out Justin Smith reached on an error. Jon Byerley laced a double scoring Smith for the 5-4 victory. I: Lady Devils quickly take care of Lady Pioneers by Jonathon Salyer The Castlewood Lady Devils made the long trip to Ewing on Tuesday, May 12 to take on the Lady Pioneers of Thomas Walk- er. In what has to be one of the quickest seven inning games the The game was scoreless till the top of the fifth inning when the Lady Devils pushed across two runs. Leigha Statzer led off the inning with a single. With one out Kaitlin Wohlford reached base on an error. Statzer inning and scored on an RBI groundout by Kelsey Addington. Morgan Trent picked up the win in the circle for the Lady Devils throwing all seven innings allowing only two hits~ not issuing a wall and striking Lady Devils came away with the scored when Kelsey Addington out twelve. Kaitlin Wohlford led! 3-0 win in an amazing 55 reached on an error and Castlewood scoring twice andl minutes. This game was over Wohlford scored ona RBI single reaching base all three times shel when the baseball game was still in the top of the third inning. The games started within 10 by Daniel Jessee. The Lady Devils tacked on another run in the top of the seventh inning. Wohlford tripled leading off the stepped to the plate. Daniel Jessee added two hits and a RBI.I Courtney Moles led Thomasi Walker with a triple. Blue Devils dispatch T.W. CHS Drama and minutes ofeachother. Pioneers 12-0 in five innings Music Department Devils slip hyJo,athonSnlyer McCoy,-- d then-J=tm Smith to present Musical by Titans 3-2 Rye Cove Lady Eagles 13-3 Lady Devils hit way past The Castlewood Blue Devils scored Phillips for the early 4-0 by Jonathon Salyer girls put up four runs in the made the trip to Ewing on lead. The CastlewoodHigh School Tuesday, May 12, to take on the The Devils added two more Drama .and Music departments, by Jonathon Salyer The Castlewood Lady Devils inning, with hits coming from Thomas Walker Pioneers. The runs in the second, two in the in conjunction with Pioneer The Castlewood Blue Devils hosted the Lady Eagles of Rye D. Jessee, Evans, Morgan Trent Devils took care of the Pioneers third, two in the fourth, and two Drama Service, will present the opened up the longest and Cove on Friday, May 15. The and Ring to take the 7-0 lead. biggest week of the season by Lady Devils scored in every That was all that freshman Tay- .. quickly and came away with a more in the fifth and final inning musical Tales of Terror from hosting the Twin Springs Titans inning but the fn'st and came lor Banner would need as she 1.2-0 victory in five innings.. "for the 12-0 win. Nightmare High School, written on Monday, May 11. The De- away with the 13-3 victory, gave up only three runs on two Castlewood jumped out early Casey Phillips pitched a gem by Patrick Rainville Dorn with vils had five district games in Lorren Evans led off the hits in the contest. to a 4-0 lead in the first inning, on the mound, allowing only music and lyrics by David six days, starting off the week in second inning, reaching base on The Lady Devils added two Ethan Collins loci off the inning two base runners the entire Reiser. fine fashion by defeating the a walk. With one out, Allie Ring runs in the fifth and three in the ~tn.'th a single.. Zack Bush then game. He walked one, allowed Meeting in the school Titans 3-2. tripled, scoring Evans. Ring la- sixth for the final 13-3 score. singled, moving Collins to third, one hit and struck out on in the auditorium one stormy night, The Titans took the lead in ter scored on a passed ball for Taylor Banner picked up the Devin Pucker then reached base victory. Ethan Collins, Zach adventurous high school students the first inning when Kris Jor- the 2-0 advantage, win for the Lady Devils, throw- : oh a fielder's choice, scoring Bush and Devil Pucker three want to find out the identity of dan led off with a bunt single. The Lady Devils added two ing all seven innings, walking Collins. PuckeR stole third and for four to lead the Devils. ~ mysterious locker stalker. He then stole second and ad- more runs in the bottom of the two and striking out 10. Lorren on the throw down, the ball Pucker and Ethan Taylor each What begins as a prank turns vanced to third when the throw third inning after Shaina Hall Evans paced the way for the Went into leR field, allowing drove in tworuns for tbe Devils. into a night of great tunes, got away. He later scored when doubled and scored on a single Lady Devils, going three for -Pucker to walk home. With two Graham Clause picked up the hilarious goons, and laughter, as Evan Adams reached base on an by Lorren Evans. Evans then three, walking once, scoring " outs, Casey Phill!irs scored only hit for Thomas Walker. each student is confronted with error, scored on a single by Allie three times and driving in three ! " Memb Allen team wins er- his or her nightmare. . . literally ! The score stayed there until Ring. runs. Allie Ring also had a!, A public performance will be the third inning. With one out, The Lady Devils put theperfect day at the plate, going ~/ presented on Tuesday, May 26 at Ethan Collins singled and game away in the bottom of the ihree for three, hitting two at LBCCMav 17 730 p.m. inthe CHS auditor- advanced to second on a balk. fourth inning. The Castlewood triples, scoring once and driving Member ium Admission for the per- With two outs, Devil Pucker in threeruns. D. Allen and T. Allen, with pla,,off with"~y " 9+62=141). B. formance will be $5. reached base on an error to scores of 75+64=139, won the Harrison and M. Harrison Come and join the ex- score Collins. Pucker then stole your excuses Championship Flight of the an- (76+75=141) were second, citement...ifyou dare! second and went to third when ual Member-Member Golf A playoff also determined I PAWS meets every third I the ball rolled into centerfield Tournament at Lake Bona- first and second places in the on the throw down to second. venture Country Club on Sun- Second Flight. A. Wright and S. [ Thursday of the month, 6 I Gage McCoy then scored "day, May 17. In second place on padgeR (81+69=_150) were first, [ pm at the Oxbow Center. I PuckeR with a single. fi scorecard playoff were D. and M. Homer and E. Jennings The Devils added an in- Chaffin and L. McReynolds (80+70=I 50) placed second, surance run in the bottom of the (75+66=141). R. Quillen and B. Special event winners were sixth inning which turned out to Couch (75+66=141) were third. D. Allen for the Long Drive; A. be the game-deciding rim. Ca- In the first flight, K. Owens Wright for Closest to Pm #2; D. soy Phillips led off the inning and T. Bailey were first in a Allen, Closest to Pin #7; and K. with a single and then stole so- Owens, Long Putt on #9. cond. With one out, Jon Byerley then laced a single to score Castlewood gh alu . o for o -,,oao With two outs in the top of Russell County Official GED Testing Schedule dthe seventh inning, Aaron Me- plan Get Together Weeken coy PARr,AL T ST SC. DULE: A Hi, h g hool Paul from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., with tripled to score McCoy and put May 25; June1,15, 22, 29; July13, 20, 27 at 4:00 pm ........ ~ .... at the tying run at third. Devil Alumni Get Together Weekend the talent show beginning FULL/PARTIAL TEST SCHEDULE: 3:30. Later that night there will Pucker was able to get the final will be held Friday, August28, be an =Adults Night Out" out and secure the 3-2 victory. June10-1,1; July 8-9; August12-13 at 5:30 pm andTheSaturdaY,weekendAUgustwill begin29" with activity planned. Devil PuckeR picked up the All tests will be given at the Russell County Career the Appalachia vs. Castlewood For more information, con- win for Castlewood, going all tact Joseph Young at JOSEPH seven innings. He allowed only &Technology Center, Building II. ,football game on Friday night at @,JOSEPHYOUNGMAGIC.CO four hits, struck out six and Participants must register three business days prior to testing, Castlewood High School. On allowed only one earned run. Saturday, there will be a Family M or call 276-523-2256. Infer- marion can also be found on Jon Byerley and Gage McCoy Call 889-6507 to register. Picnic and talent show at A.R. led Castlewood, each going one Matthews Memorial Park in St. Facebook with key word Castle- wood High School Alumni. for three and driving in one run apiece. Looking for something :Highlands Festival announces Jordan led Twin Springs, going three for three, you can depend on? addition of beauty pageant one = the other run. 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