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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES. St. Paul, VA, Thursday, August 12, 2010 . ' " Sports Features OUTLAWS WITH THEIR TROPHY...In front, Cody Francisca; middle row, left to right, Beave Phillips, Mandy Creech, Hannah Wright, Kenny Hamm, Dallas Hileman, Amber Willis and Tyler Phillips; back row, Brandon Phillips, Brandon Coffey, Justin MacMillian and Woody Gray. Outlaws win in tournament by Sandy Combs had 14 out of the park homernns The Outlaws co-ed softball team traveled to Grundy on July 31st tO participate in the annual Grundy's Relay for Life co-ed tournament. The Outlaws came away victorious as the winners 0 with Tyler Phillips leading the way with five. Brandon Phillips had four as well as Dallas of tile tournament. The Outlaws outscored their opponents 58 to 9 with two shutouts. The team yees--by enacting a payroll tax holiday. Such a holiday would especially benefit entrepreneurs and small business owners. Many biotech firms are themselves small businesses, so payroll tax relief would accom- plish two goals: bolstering America's commitment to a strong biotech sector and creat- ing new jobs. Leaders of both parties have already spoken in general terms in_'.m ap_p_roving this initiative. A Innovation: Improving medicine, the economy ~ti~u~at~om~ 1) bipartisan move like this is essential given the fact that unemployment remains incredi- bly high. The federal government. should also provide tax incen- tives-for "angel" investment funds, which supply much of the start-up capital for entrepre- neurs. Longer term, our leaders must improve science and math education in our public schools. Too many students with interest Sheriff's DARI _ Golf Tourney The Wise County Sheriff's Office will hoM its 14= annual DARE Golf Tournament on Wednesday, August 25, begin- ning at 1 p.m. at Raven Rock Country Club, Jenkins, Kentuc- ky. (September 1 is the rain date.) The entry fee is $50, which includes lunch, cart and green fee. The tournament features four person teams, captain's hole-in-one (sponsored by Free- dom Ford); Closest to Pin and Most Accurate Drive. Door prizes will be Oven, and tro- phies will be awarded in A & B divisions. For a registration form, contact SgL Teresa Meade or Lt. Bill Home at the Wise County Sheriff's Office, P.O. Box 926, Wise, VA 24293, Phone 276-328-3566; Fax 276- LPIR results Results 8-7-10 CHARGERS 1. Brad Housewright #1; 2. Royce Peters #40; 3. Kevin Wolfe #17w; 4. Paul Shull #48; 5. Austin Peters #66; 6. Judy Bostic #44; 7. Jenna Wagner #47; 8: George Wolfe #17b; 9 Steve Wright #75; 10. Derek Ward #11; 12. Keith Stiltner #20. PURE 4 1. Josh Estep #94; 2. James Mills #65; 3. Linton Perry #33; 4. Dan Hall #88; 5. John Ketron #26; 6. Tim Presley #83; 7. Stacey Head #3; 8. Justin Penley #24; 9. Bill Livesay #06; 10. Dewayne Mullins #77; 11. Jenna Wagner #22c; 12. Richard Hileman #0; 13. Darrell Hayes #00; 14. Kenny Sproles #25; 15. Steve Skeens #17; 16. Dean Barrett #81; 17. Jackie Jackson #16; 18. Kenneth Street #22t; 19. David Street #2. LEGENDS -li-DacVJohnson #11 w; 2. TaylOr Coffman #30; 3. Cody Johnson #1 ly; 4. Drew Shortridge #32; 5. Brian Tinker #14; 6. John Lamon #178; 7. Tyler Goodwin #64. SUPERCUP 1. Clint Keenan #71; 2. Harvey Harrison #51; 3. Kevin Kromer #77; 4. Mike Kurkowski #1; 5. Brent Nelson #80; 6. Brandon Harrison #5; 7. Jody Harrison #75; 8. Brian Harrison #15; 9. Tom Williams #31; 10. James Weaver #90; 11. Todd Peck #40. ISCARS Race 1 1. Danny Bagwell #10; 2. Todd Hawks #8; 3. Joey Jones #99; 4. Eric Gerchak #3; 5. Tom Beckman #60; 6. Charlie Barham #92. ISCARS Race 2 1. Danny Bagwell #10; 2. Todd Hawks #8; 3. Eric Gerchak #3; 4. Charlie Barham #92; 5. Joey Jones #99; 6. Tom Beckman #60. Hileman and Woody Gray also contributed a homerun. The team had a combined batting average of .600. The Outlaws will continue to play in tournaments throughout the summer. "111 r i l or aptitude in these subjects don't receive the support and instruction they need. Today's children will comprise the next generation of energy scientists and medical researchers. Our schools must produce to-flight students-or innovative compa- nies will be forded to set up shop elsewhere. If our leaders fail to position American to take advantage of the growth opportunities porten- ded by emerging industries, our economy will be no better off 30 years form now than it is today. By supporting biotech, altema- five energy and other innovative sectors, lawmakers can expedite the creation of new jobs and set the national economy back on tits feet. (Editor's note: Douglas E. Schoen was a campaign mana- ger .for more than 30 years and is the author of "Declaring In- dependence: The Beginning of the End of the Two-Party choice. Awards will be given for .-, 328-2624. System".) Morcan McClure Ford See the All New Raptor 2010 Ford F150 Raptor 4x4 5.4L FFV V8 engine, easy fuel capless tank, 133" wheelbase, many more options MORGAN McCLURE Saint Paul, VA (276) 762-5535 f Woodward #18; 11. Robbie ..... ON, ON, U OF K!...A St. Paul group was among about 350 women who attended the annual day-long Women's Football Seminar at the University of Kentucky on Saturday, July 31. They included, left to right, Peyton Gregory, Lisa Thompson (now of Lexington, but a St. Paul native), Connie Kessinger, UK Head Football Coach Joker Phillips, Lisa's friend Lynn Whitson of Lexington, and Caroline Baca. John Huff wins LBCC Club . .... Championship Tournament Opening John Huff was the winner of Grizzel was second. Mike Aus~ , the 2010 Club Championship tin was third in a scorecard Toumament at Lake Bonaven- playoff, the ture Country Club. Second in In the Third Flight, Hayden " the Championship Flight was Justus was first, Patrick Farmer " Richard Quillen, and third was second, and Adam Fields third, doort Derek Allen in a playoff. In the Senior Division I, Don In the First Flight, first was Chaffin was first, Johnny Hess . determined in a playoffbetween was second and Larry MeRcy- Jordan Lovelace and Tom Sen- nolds was third. .I.~ ter. Mark Harrison was third.. Senior Division II winners [U Anthony Austin was first in were Richard Hamm and Jim the Second Flight, while Jess Taylor in a playo~ and David Varney was third, hope UVa-Wise invites area high] school & elementary students to The M- cu ar Oy trop. Association's support attend sporting events FREE services help Americans. Danny Sterling, Director of Sterling stated, "We need these live with 40 neuromuscula( Athletics at Thy University of students to bring their school ~liseases: And our Virginia's College at Wise, in a spirit and enthusiasm to our cutting=edge research recent letter to Mayor Kyle events." offers hope for a Fletcher, stated that all St. Paul He also expressed his and the future with out these High School and Elementary school's appreciation to St. Paul disabling disorders. School students, as well as all for declaring The University of Virginia's College at Wise to be : t-800-572-171 other area students, are invited "Our 7 to attend UVa-Wise athletic Hometown College." events at no charge. Several months ago, UVa-Wise ~ : : In his letter, which Mayor Chancellor David Prior visited a Fletcher has shared with the Town Council meeting to Clinch Valley Times, Mr. express the college's thanks to Muscular Dysffbi~y, the town for that gesture. 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