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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, October 6, 2016 ,lack Ward (#30) and Blue Devil defense closed in on Northwood's Tod Lyles. Photo by Anthony Stevens Eastside/JIBurton photos by Shonna Peters evin Phillips (#22) rushed for 141 yards for Blue Devils. Photo by Anthony Stevens ,r- Castlewood yards on only 14 carries, raced 28-yards for a score. i Wood added 89 yards on Amburgey caught a 24- t f, wins over seven carries. Seven differ- yard TD pass from Wood ent backs toted the football as Castlewood built a 34-0 Northwood for Castlewood. advantage at halftime. i 5 9-0 Wood also completed 5- , Northwood (1-5) could- t ' of-8 passes for 89 yards, n t slow down the Blue Matt Amburgey had two Devils in the second half. A BY ANTHONY receptions for 61 yards as three play, 55-yard drive | STEVENS the Blue' Devils hit the with Phillips scoring on a i : Panthers from all angles,two-yard plunge started the CASTLEWOOD, Va. "I'm certainly pleased," clock to moving continu- i- The Blue Devils have said Castlewood coach ously with the mercy rule. lnow won four of their first Darrell Taylor. "I was wor- Ethan Capaldi scored, six games for the first time ried, I looked at Amburgey added his sec- is ce 2010. It was an Northwood on film and ond touchdown and fresh- [extraordinary performance they had some skill people, man Jacob Vance had the jby Castlew0od in a 59-0 "ghellacking of Northwood fit B.C. White Stadium on *Friday as they won their second contest in a row. IThe Blue Devils had nine U!possessions...they scored Inine touchdowns. I "It was a great feeling, lleading the whole game," Istandout Castlewood quar- Iterback Josh Wood said. J,"We didn't have any wor- fries. i The line blocked solid, ithey never let us down, Ithat's how we got the victo- fry. I'm just proud of the iway everyone came out land played." ! The offensive line defi- inltely opened some gaping "We got off to a quick final score on a 31-yard start and I feel that helped scramble. us a lot. We had some dif- The Blue Devils defense ferent runners contribute was equally impressive in and some different people tossing the shutout. catching the ball and I was Northwood had only 158 pleased about that." yards of total offense and Castlewood received 77 of those yards came on the opening kickoff and put their final possession. together a methodical 67 Ward and Gunner Jessee yard, 11 play drive. Their led the defense with nine first touchdown was set up tackles each. Jacob by a 25-yard gain by Wood, Woodruff, David Minton, he actually reached the end and Brue Mullins added zone but it was called back seven tackles each. by a penalty. Phillips got "I was pleased with the the Blue Devils on the defense," Taylor said. scoreboard with a 21-yard "Even the young kids late scamper into the end zone. in the game were in the Wood added the two-point right places and played conversion and they were on their way. After a Northwood punt, Wood scored on a six-yard rush. Jack Ward' added a seven-yard TD run. Ward blocked a punt, iholes. The Blue Devils IrOshed for 403 yards, aver- iaging almost 11 yards a Icarry. Leading the way was ',running back Devin IPhillips who amassed 141it was scooped up by i Cameron Blevins who i"Concert, Cake Walk and ontra Dance" to benefit !Southwest Virginia 4-H ,'Center J Southwest Virginia 4-H i Educational Center will ihost a fundraising event on ',Thursday, Oct. 20 from 16:30-9:30 p.m. in Ratliff I Hall at the 4-H Center. i"Concert, Cake Walk and I Contra Dance will feature tions accepted for admis- sion. Following the concert, there will be a cake walk and an evening of contra dance. Warren Doyle will be the caller. Beginners are welcome. Southwest Virginia 4-H the performances of three [~ds: Fire in the Kitchen, Educational Center is Rafferty Knob Ramblers, located at 25236 Hillman | . . land Sulphur Springs String Highway, Abingdon, VA. iDippers, The event is cele- SWVA 4-H Center is a ibrating the Washington 501(c)(3) non-profit, edu- I County JAM after-schoolcational organization. i program and JAM instruc- For more information, itors are members of the please call 276.676.6180 Iperforming bands The or email: | " [.public is invited. All dona- hard." Castlewood (4-2, 2-0) undefeated in conference play, have a huge confer- ence tilt when they travel to Twin Springs on Friday. "It's always tough to go to the Springs, it's a tough place to play," remarked Taylor. "It's one of our three big rivalry games. "You get the best out of both teams when they match up and play, obvi- ously it's a big game. They play everyone tough, it will come down to execution and turnovers as it always does in a big game." Castlewood 59, Northwood 0 Northwood 0 0 0 0---0 Castlewood 14 20 18 7--59 First Quarter CAS--D. Phillips 21 run (Wood run) CAS Wood 6 run (pass failed) Second Quarter CAS Ward 7 run (pass failed), 11:40. CAS--Blevins 28 blocked punt retum (kick failed) CAS--Amburgey 24 pass from Wood (Wood run) Third Quarter CAS--D. Phillips 2 run (kick failed) cAs--Capaldi 1 run (kick failed) CAS--Amburgey 25 run (kick failed) Fourth Quarter CAS--Vance 31 run (Phillips kick) 9-30-16 Burton @ Eastside by BL PETERS Burton Eastside 1st B -Austin Lane 79 run (run fail) 2nd B -Andrew Cavins 1 run (Tyree Cavins) B - Boiling 9 run (pass fail) 3rd B - Boiling 6 run (Lane run) E - Garrett Whited 18 run (run fail) B - Boiling 62 run (Lane run) 4th B - Mike Culbertson First Downs Rushes - Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Comp-Att-Int Fumbles-Lost Punts-Avg Penalties-Yards Rushing - Burton 6 14 16 6 42 0 0 6 0 6 Bolling pass from 27 run (run fail)' ...... ' Burton Eastside 15 10 37-453 43-182 33 20 486 202 3-5-0 2-4-1 1-1 4-1 0-0 2-35.0 2-20 5-30 -Tyree Bolling 16-159, Mike Culbertson 8'-134, Austin Lane 5-109, #24 1-25, #9 4- 19, #25 1-9, Andrew Cavins 1-1, #6 1-(-3) Eastside - Tyler Elam 16-95, Garrett Whited 8-48, Matthew Sexton 6-33, Tyler Adams 6-16, .Jordan Rasnick 6-(-8), Team 1-(-2) Receiving - Burton - #6 2-27, Austin Lane 1-6 Eastside - Tyler Adams 1-20, Tyler Elam 1-0 Passing - Burton -Andrew Cavins 3-4-0, 33 yds; #6 0-1-0 Eastside - Jordan Rasnick 2-4-1, 20 yds Tackles: Tyler Adams 9 total (6 solo) essie McCoy 6 total (4 solo) OFTHE Only 19,000 miles Stk 18511A ..... Disolaimer - (~es not inolufle sales tax or tag fees. Subjeot to prior uie.) I