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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 12, 2013 Sp'orts Features xr00 arriors roll by Devils by Allen Gregory Wise County Central rolled up 337 total yards on their way to a 44-6 win over the Castle- wood Blue Devils at Castlewood on Friday night. It was all Central from the start as they put 20 points on the board in the first quarter. They added 17 in the second and had a commanding lead of 37-0 as the half came to an end. After adding a third quarter td and extra point, Central let their second and third units get some game experience. [00astside 40 by Allen Gregory It's not easy to take the long, tiring ride to the Buchanan County school and come home with a 14 point win. But the Matt Hamilton led Spartans did just that on Friday, September 6. On this night it was experi- ence and a tough as nails de- fense that carried the day for the Spartans. The experience part of the Spartan game came on offense with three year, starter Caleb Riner and his ability to read defenses and his quick feet that enabled him to elude a hard rush by the Rebel defense and get his passes off. Both teams played a tough I New surgical help for Brad Brooks, Logan Adkins and Logan Collins did much of the rushing for the visitors while Brett Steffey did most of the ball toting for the Devils. Junior Brad Brooks' number was called on many of Central running plays and the 194 pounder responded by hitting the holes opened by his linemen buddies and got positive yards on most every carry. He finished the night with 144 yards on 13 carries. Brooks got ample help from Logan Adkins and Logan Col- - Hurley 2 6 hard hitting brand of football as shown by the 11 fumbles between the two teams. Eastside lost three of their four fumbles while Hurley lost one of seven fumbles. The Eastside defense has its experience too, in the likes of Dillon Meade, Dalton Sexton, Cody Mitchell and Timmy Craiger that shut down the Rebels after a first quarter td. With nearly four minutes gone in the game, Riner got Eastside's first td on a three yard run. Several minutes later one of Eastside's three 'lost fumbles led to a Dillon Bailey three yard run for a score for the Rebels. MACULAR DEGENERATION Call to see if you are a candidate for the i Implantable miniature telescope Free phone consultation with i 0r. Armstrong, Optometrist Offioes In: Roanoke, Charlottesville, Harrlsonbm'o, Wytheville B Janet Tharpe 16646 Russell St. (beside St. Paul Fire Dept.) OPEN SATURDAYS 10-12 or anytime by appointment Contact Jerry Couch 762-9514 Dante Lives On 201 3 Ornaments on sale at the Museum. Featured is Dante Hospital Hours: 11 am-3:30 pm Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 2nd and 4th Saturday 495-1903 lins as they ran up most of the other yards gained by Central. Sophomore qb Daniel England had a good night also as he completed 6 of 14 pases for 97 yards and a td. England also ran for a td. Brett Steffey was the Blue Devilworkhorse as he carried 10 times for 72 yards and the lone CHS td. The young, inexperienced CHS team played hard. However, they have a lot of work to do in all phases of their game. Eastside's defense set down Hurley's attempt for a two point conversion run and Eastside led on "the strength of Kyle Hill's extra point kick. From that point forward, it was all Eastside as the Spartans put up 27 points before Hurley again crossed the double white stripes. Three of the Eastside td's came on pass plays. Riner hit Justin Banks on a 58 yard pass and Ben Yates on a 54 yarder and Yates again on a 13 yard td strike. Riner got the other td on a five yard run. The Rebels final 20 points came in the later stages of the fourth period. Two records were set by Eastside players in the games. Yates caught passes good for 146 yards that eclipsed the record of 123 set by Kobe Lawson last week. Riner completed 13 of 17 passes for 303 yards which passed his 210 mark set last year. Official Practice Test on-demand The Regional Adult Edu- cation Program of Lee, Scott & Norton Public Schools will Offer the Official Practice Test (OPT) on-demand at any of our summer classes. Those locations are in Lee County, at the Jonesville Adult Learning Center on Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am until noon. In Scott County at the i Gate City Learning Center on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 am until noon: In Wise County at the Wise Adult Learning Center on Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm. For more information 877 RACE 2 (877.722.3243) or go Pony rides were available at the fair. McReynolds wins third in Tennessee Tennis Tournament Dillon R McReynolds re- j cently won a third place conso- =='= Ii lation medal in the State of - Tennessee Open Invitational Tennis Tournament for all age brackets which was held in Knoxville, Tennessee on August 31 through September 2. Dillon lost to the number 1 seed and eventual winner of this 9-10 age bracket. This bracket winner was ranked # 1 in the State of Tennes- see in the 9-10 age grouping. Dillon is the son of Casey and Kendra McReynolds and is \\; the older brother of Nicholas. The proud grandparents are George Larry and Glenna call McReynolds of St. Paul and GED Kenny and Sandy Ervin, to Wytheville. SVTDC to host Lea&r00;hip Lunchand Learn sessions The Southwest Virginia Technology Development Center is hosting a series of Leadership Lunch and Learn sessions during the fall. Bring your lunch and your co-workers for these fun, interactive lunch hour sessions designed to hone your leadership skills. The series will kick-off with Effective Leadership on Sept- ember 17. Participants in this session will review those basic but critical elements of effective communication which are too often not properly utilized which can lead to misunderstandings, confusion, and strained relation- ships. Participate in fun but meaningful group communi- cation exercises and take the communication quiz. Management vs. Leadership is set for October 15. Mana- gement is not the same thing as leaderships. This session will explore the similarities and dif- ferences between the two. Participants will develop a col- lective definition of management and leadership. Leadership Perspectives from James Autry will be held for November 12. Motivated speaker James Autry shares his POWER TO SPARE- Yourchoice i insights and inspiring leadership model to work by and live by which he learned and practiced during his 28 years as a business leader in his video "Love, Profit, and The Art of Caring Lead- ership." The f'mal sessions, Behav- ioral Profiles and Relationship Building is on December 10. Participants will learn more about the power of the DiSC Behavioral Profile as a relation- ship building tool through a very simple but effective group exercise that introduces parti- cipants to the value and effects of behavioral profiles. This Leadership Lunch and Learn series will be facilitated by George Owens. Owens re- cently retired from Alpha Nat- ural Resources which concluded nearly forty years of service in the coal mining industry which included eight years as a management consultant. Owens has served in several positions during his career in human resources and mining operations. Each session is $I0 and pre- registration is required. For more information or to register, con- tact the SVTDC at 276.889.8180 or visit 2013 Ford Mustang Boss yellow 2014 Ford Mustang Shelby' black stripes 444HP black 662HP Shop Morgan McClure Ford - It's the right thing to do We have other great vehicles from which to choose- I I1 Deadline for " classifieds is Tuesday noon! MORGAN McCLURE Saint Paul, VA (276) 762-5535 1-800-WE PREVENT Dillon P. McReynolds Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons "Eveo ffl .. on/y eat beef in my family devourthis recipel" aving people over to cheer on your favorite team and looking for something different to serve? Try Tamie Joeckel's TexaCali Turkey Tailgate Fiesta Burger. It's a taste touchdown! With tons ofveggies, terrific flavor and a scrumptions eilantro aioli, there's no way your team's not winning when you serve this one. See step-by-step photos of Tamie's recipe plus . thousands more from home cooks nationwide at: Tarrie Joeckei rger You'll also find a meal planner, coupons and rx chances to win! Enjoy and remember to use "'just t=:v 14,'m a pinch"... ( T..C.,T.,.,   -P .----J Tailgate Fiesta Burger t What Y N cheddar cheese (opt.) 2 Ib ground turkey i pkg large burger buns [ 6 slices tuflcey bacon, 2 tbsp spicy mustard browned and drained I large poblano, Heat your grill! Finely dice pepper and onion. anaheim or red bell Brown the bacon and set aside to drain. pepper In a large mixing bowl, add ground turkey, I medium white or pepper and onion. Take the bacon and yellow onion, diced crumble it into the mixture. Add the spicy 2 tbsp olive oil, light mustard, cumin, chili powder, olive oil, salt I thsp ground cumin and pepper. Mix lightly. Make patties out of 2 tbsp ground chili the mixture for grilling. powder For the cilantro aioli, in a food processor add I pinch salt and Delver the mayo, the fresh cilantro (no stems) and a to taste dash of hot sauce (to taste). Mix and set aside 1 pkg romaine lettuce in a small bowl in the cooler or fridge. leaves Grill the patties and set aside under a foil tent. 2 large tomatoes, sliced Immediately before you assemble the 2 large avocados burgers, slice the avocados. 3/4 c mayonnaise To assemble the burgers, 1 heat the buns on I/3 c fresh cilantro the still hot grill and place in a basket. ! dash(es) hot sauce Set out all the fixings - buns, patties, lettuce, 8 slice pepper jack or tomato, avoeadocheese, aioli and get set for L a fiesta in your mouth! Submlll by: Tamle Joeckel, Katy, TX (pop. 14,102)  wwwjustapinclieom/turkeyburge__r __ J BuM to you by American Hometown Media Events at CHS through Septem THURSDAY, SEP !2, 2013 Football: Boys JV Game 6:00Din Honaker J FRIDAY, SEP 13, 2013 I Football: Bovs varsitY Game 7:30pm Thomas Walker ! I 1 MONDAY, SEP 16, 2013 I Football: Boys JV Game 6:00pm Clintwood Volleyball: Girls 3V Match 6:00pro Thomas Walker ! Volleyball: Girls Varsity Match 7:00Din Thomas Walker ......................................................................................................................... $ i FRIDAY, SEP 20, 2013 Boys Varsity Game 7:30Dm Twin Springs ! Football: : MONDAY, NEP 23, 2013 Football: Boys JV Game 6:00Din Central ' TUESDAY, SEP 24, 2013 Volleyball: Girls JV Match Volleyball: Girls Varsity Match 6:00pro Eastside 7:00pm Eastside