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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, July 14, 2016 Clinch River's Cole Harness is greeted at home by teammates after \ his second homerun of the game. , Clinch River goes 1-3 in State Tournament The Big League State Tournament returned to Pound this season with five of the state's sixteen dis- tricts represented. Clinch River of, district 13, Chesterfield of district 5, Cradock of district 6, Dumfries, Triangle, Quantico or DTQ of dis- trict 9, and Fairfax of dis- trict 10 participated in a round robin style tourna- ment to determine the top two teams. Those teams played for the Championship Monday July 11. Friday Clinch River, led by Austin Smallwood's 14 strikeouts, scored a 7-3 win over Chesterfield in game one. Smallwood led off the Clinch' River 1st inning with a double and scored when Austin Johnson sin- gled to left. Clinch River held that 1-0 lead until Chesterfield put two on the board in the fourth inning with hits from Wengert, Brown, and Speicher. Mozinge singled lead- ing off the Chesterfield g ixth and Wengert backed him up with a double to the gap in left field. Speicher picked the rbi reaching on a Clinch River error mak- ing the" score 3-1 Chesterfield. Kyle Kennedy keyed Clinch River's 6 run sixth inning Clinch River's Austin Johnson #1 Steals sec- ond vs Cradock. rally with a two out single. Logan Porter followed with a base on balls and Smallwood reached on an error. Johnson, Matt Branham (double), and Logan Strange each had run scoring hits in the rally and Cole Harness earned a walk and scored giving Clinch River a 7-3 lead. Hart picked up a walk leading off the 7th for Chesterfield. Smallwood would close the door with two strikeouts and a fly out to get the win for Clinch River. Cradock knocked off Clinch River 8-5 in game two Saturday. A double and two runs scored by Matt Branham and a solo home run by Cole Harness staked Clinch River to a 3-0 lead through four innings. Cradock rallied with 7 runs in the top of the fifth inning on 1 hit. 6 bases on balls. 1 hit batter, and a Clinch River error taking a 7-3 lead. Harness cranked his second homer of the game with Austin Johnson aboard to cut the margin to 7-5 in the home sixth. Seth Baker singled leading off the 7th and scored to give Cradock the 8-5 win. Saturday night Clinch River fell 12-2 to DTQ in game 3. Sunday in game 4 Fairfax defeated Clinch River 10-7. DTQ took the Championship game with a 6-5 win over Fairfax. Adam Puckett #16 at bat for Clinch River vs DTQ. VDGIF black bear radio-collaring project For the first time in over a decade, Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) biologists will be radio-collaring adult female bears in Virginia. Data acquired through this project will provide new insights into the move- ments, denning habits, and home ranges of wild, female bears in unstudied areas of Virginia. Additionally, these female bears will provide a source of surrogate mothers for orphaned black bear cubs. Biologists are currently capturing bears in portions of the Shenandoah Valley and in southcentral Virginia. Adult females will be fitted with GPS radio-collars. GPS radio- collars are linked to satel- lites which transmit loca- tion data to the biologists. Approximately 10 collars will be deployed this year and another 10 collars in 2017. - Using wild, female bears as surrogate mothers for orphan cubs has been a successful practice in Virginia. Female bears are excellent mothers and will readily take orphan cubs. Each female bear will be visited by DGIE biologists in her winter den, and sur- rogate mothers will be given an appropriate num her of orphan cubs depend- ing on her condition, age, and the number of natural cubs already present. This exciting project is expected to continue for the foreseeable future, but deployment of the radio- collars will be rotated peri- odically throughout the state so that no one loca- tion or female bear will acquire orphan cubs over an extended period of time. While we hope that these radio-collared bears will provide several years of service to the Department's bear project, hunters may harvest radio- collared bears as long as all the bear hunting regula- tions are followed. Questions about these bears "or the project can be directed to Jaime Sajecki," the VDGIF Bear Project Leader at: jaime.sajec- ki@ dgif.virginia.gov. " Please visit our bear page at www.dgif.vir- ginia.gov/wildlife/bear to view information ranging from general bear facts, the Black Bear Management Plan. how-to videos and information on trash can retrofitting and electric fencing, as well as tips for hunters and other useful links. KEEP BEARS WILD! To report wildlife crime call 1-800-237-5712. SAVE THE DATEr JULY 30 COOKS AND BOOKS Matt Branham on the mound for Clinch River Vs DTQ. Arbor Day Foundation Offers Tree-Care Booklet . : The Arbor Day ]~oundation has a book that helps people identify trees a simple, step-by-step process. The book, What Tree Is That?, is available (or a $5 donation to the onprofit tree-planting Organization. What Tree Is That? is a ~n, easy-to-use tree identi- fication guide that features hand-drawn botanical i~!lustrations highlighting the distinctive characteris- tics of many tree species. What Tree Is That? uses a unique step-by-step approach for identifying the species of each tree, explaining what to look for in the shape of the leaves, differences in the leaf stems and twig structures, and specific characteristics of fruits, flowers, buds and bark. "What Tree Is That? is also available as an online, interactive version at arborday.org. To obtain a tree identifi- cation guide in full color, send your name, address and $5 for each guide to What Tree Is That?, Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410. You can also order the book online at arborday.org. !i: CERT|FIED PRE-OWNED 2013 Buick Enclave AWD #6474~ Loaded. Premium Edition, Pleated leather, Power roof, Automatic $33 995 CERTIFIED CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED PRE-OWNED 2014 Chevy Cruze LTZ 2012 GMC Yukon Denali 2005 Kawasakt Vutcan 2000~i 20tl Ford Flex ~t 3 Chrysler Town & Courtt~j 2007 Pontiac; G5 ~ 2012 Toyot~ Camry 20t5 Ford Escape 4x4 !i.~! 20tt Chevy Impala 2004 Ford Muelang 2015 Chevy Cruze LTZ 2006 Chevy lmpal~