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Page 6 C ......... LLEY TIMES, i Thursday, Scptember 16, 2!)I0 I I I Sports Features Deacons pass by Ervinton, 49-2z[ by Allen Gregory Junior Trevor Hileman passed for 324 yards and six touchdowns in the Deacons 49- 24 thumping of the Ervinton Rebels at Nora on Friday night. Bryce Lawson and Reid Edmonds each hauled in three td strikes. Hileman threw 22 passes all in the first half and hit on 18. Lawson latched onto 11 passes good for 142 yards while Edmonds caught 7 for 183 yards. The Deacons scored all of their points in the first half, the first sixteen coming in the first reception from Lawson -find two more from Edmonds. Addison Rasnick would also score on a three yard run. The Deacons ended the half with a 49-12 lead. The lead was comfortable enough and Coach Mark Palmer pulled his starters at half time. In the second half Edmonds took over at qb for Hileman while freshman Dillon Meade and Daniel Hartley shared the running back chores. Edmonds threw two passes in the half while Hartley, a yards and Meade five times for Rasnick ran 13 times for 68 yards all in the first half. The Deacons offensive front of Yrevor Belcher, Justin Trent, Chad Blevins, Zach Ireson and Jacob Chaffin did an excellent job of pass blocking for Hile- man. Ireson is the only senior of the crew. Matt Dupuie, the tight end also did his job of blocking and running good pass routes. CHS RUN...Castlewood High School's Ryan McCall, #24, is pictured on a nice first In the second half Dillon Johnson, Chance Hileman and half run against Pound in their game played at Castlewood on Fday. Th, l,d Dalton Cromer saw extended blocker, #35, is Tyler Trent. The Blue Devils defeated Pound 41-27. duty on offense and defense and played really well, Palmer said. gl il d 27 The Deacons are idle this Friday. ue Dev s 41, Poun four plus minutes of the first quarter. The Deacons scored on the opening drive of the game with 10:58 left in the first period. The score was on a 14 yard td reception by Lawson. Following the td and two point conversion, the Deacons kicked off short as they do most of the time. The Rebs misplayed the kick and St. Paul recovered at the Ervinton 39. Six plays later Lawson latched onto another 14 td strike. The two point conversion was again good and St. Paul led 16-0 with 8:20 left in the first quarter. The Rebs made it 16,6 when Jeffery Bowen broke a nice run that covered 41 yards. The Rebs two point conversion failed and 4:42 remained in the first period. .It took the quick striking sophomore ran nine times for 18 19 yards. Deacon offense just 1:45 to put .... -- -- anomer eight points on the boa- READY TO PASS...St. Paul Deacon quarterback rd. This time Hileman threw a 14 yard aerial to the fleet Trevor Hileman is pictured back to pass during sophomore Edmonds who broke SPIIS's win over Ervinton at Ervinton on Friday. a tackle and stepped into the end . Photo courtesy of Jill Edmonds zone. ! L_ Before the half ended the ............. ]. Deacons would get another td Russell ! Z Rabies Clinics Oct. 17 TV wINNER...Cha(i- HiC- -- o? Castlewood was the winner of the 32" LCD TV raffled off by the St. Paul Boys Basketball Team held at this past week's Russell County Fair. The boys basketball team would like to thank all those who participated and helped to make the fundraiser a success. Dr. F. B. Gent II will hold three rabies clinics on Sunday after-noon, October 17. Rabies and Distemper/Rabies shots will be offered for both dogs and cats. The clinics will be held at the Cleveland Park along the Clinch River at 1:30 p.m.; at the old Clinchfield Building in Dante at 2 p.m.; and at the Castlewood schools at 3:45 p.m. Owners are asked to leave pets in their vehicles to decrease the number of "disagreements" between animals. Dr. Gent will administer the shots to the dog or eat within the vehicle. Available will be one-year rabies shots at $10 for dogs and eats; two-year rabies shots for dogs and cats at $20; and distemper/rabies combination shots for both dogs and cats at $15.00. Pets under 12 months of age may be vaccinated with only the one-year rabies shot. i orcen McClure ord Huge, huge savings 2010 F250 Crew cab diesel Up to $7,000 in rebates and discounts! MORGAN McCLURE Saint Paul, VA (276) 762-5535 by Allen Gregory For the second week in a row, the Castlewood Blue Devil football proved the prognos- ticators wrong as the Devils whipped Pound 41-27 on Friday at Castlewood. Several area papers had picked the Wildcats to win. So it was the second week in a row that Coach David Scam- mell's crew won a game they were predicted to lose. When asked on Monday if he had hedged a little when he said his team would finish down in the pack, he said, "We made a lot of changes in pre-season practice and did not know how it would work out." "We have been surprised," he added. One of the moves that has paid off big time is the move of Clayton Mullins from tight end to nmning back. Mullins has become the go to guy in the games so far. Mullins gives the Devils a trio of excellent runners as he joins Tyler Trent and Ryan McCall who carried the mail for the Devils last.year. This trio of runners along with the excellent blocking of the offensive line made up of Ethan Addington, Drew Young, Tyler Hicks, Ethan Mullins and Jacob Kiser gives the Blue Devils a potent ground attack. The offensive line tough blocking and quickness off the ball enabled the Castlewood runners to pile up 286 yards on 54 running plays. The line also gave qb McCall time to hook up with Blake Rasnake and Aaron Kennedy that kept td drives alive. An example: McCall hit Kennedy with a td pass after the half had ended. The td gave the Devils a lot of momentum going into the second half.- The pass completion after a roughing the passer penalty had been called on Pound as the half ended. So the Blue Devils got one more play. That play produced the momentum changing play that made the halftime score Pound 0, Castlewood 19. The Blue Devil defense also did its share as it caused four fumbles and recovered three and picked off a Pound pass. " Mullins, Trent and McCall recovered fumbles. McCall's first half recovery gave Castlewood its first td. The pass pick off was by Aaron Kennedy and it resulted in a Blue Devil td near the end of the third period and went for 38 yards. Mullins was again the work horse carrying 26 times for 141 yards and three td's. AASC invites Lonesome public to workshop in Dante "Ie Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens (AASC) invites the public to attend a fun, inter- active workshop series called You Can! Live Well, Virginia! This six-week workshop will be held at AASC's congregate nulrition center site in Dante at the fire hall. Meetings take place 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the following dates: October 4, 18, 25 and November 1,8 and 15. Intended to help individuals take charge of their health, the workshop series ids designed for people with chronic conditions like diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain and anxiety. Care- givers of people with chronic diseases may also' find the workshop helpful. You Can! Live Well, Virgi- nia! Is made possible by fund- ing from the Administration on Aging, the Virginia Department on the Aging, and the Virginia Depamnent of Health's Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control. For more information, call Debbie Bamhart-276-964-4915. MOTORISTS: Stop for Pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk-- It's the law! Pine. Raceway results from September 11 CHARGERS 1. Kevin Wolfe #17; 2. Royce Peters #40; 3. Keith Stiltner #20; 4. Steve Wright #75; 5. Jeff Woodward #94; 6. Dalton Hopkins #8; 7. Robbie Ward #11; 8. Mitch Gibson #49; 9 Brad Housewright #1; 10. Willie Gibson #51; 11. Austin Peters #66; 12. George Wolfe #17B.; 13. Matthew Eades #5; 14. Paul Shull #48; 15. Jenna Wagner #47; 16. Ryan Stiltner #22; 17. T.J. O'Quinn #37. Traveling softball seeks players The Wildcats fast pitch The tryouts will be for giris traveling softball team will hold open tryouts Sunday, September ages 10-14, For more information, call 19, at 1 p.m. at Sugar Hollow 276-591-7332. Park, Bristol, Virginia. Here tO serve... HOME 276-, Hamilton Pharmacy I& Couch Home Medicall Our pharmacy will compete with the big boys! Plus we have jewelry and watches also a wide selection of much needed $1 items! We are buying gold and coins. Top dollar paid] Couch Home Medical can provide you with all your home medical needs. Corner of 4th Avenue and Russell St Ph 276-762.9080 Fax 276-762-9081 NOTICE The First Baptist Church of St. Paul will havea Memorial Service November 7 remembering church members who have passed away. We are in the process of locating relatives of the deceased and need assistance in obtaining their addresses. This information is needed by October 10. Please contact Clara Johnson 762-7270 Leroy Hilton 762-9562 Pare Vance 762-7550