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Page 6 CLINL- VAILEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, October 10, 2013 Sports Features I00urton shuts down Eastside by David Gregory , Bohind a stifling defense and young standout Savon Wads- worth, the Burton Raiders grabbed a huge Cumberland District victory over the rival Spartans 29-16 .... The normally potent Eastside passing attack was held in check and Wadsworth and his cohorts harassed quarterback , Caleb Riner the entire contest. L The Raiders first score', h six yard run by Drake Bowen, came from excellent field 'POSition gained courtesy of their defense. Early in the second lquarter, JT Burton hung six more on the board with a 56 yard drive resulting in a one yard plunge by sophomore QB Tra Adams. , Burton's seven minute plus drive left Eastside with a bit less than five to play. The Spartans moved the ball and Caleb Riner hit a couple of passes but the Raiders came up with another sack and forced Eastside into a punt. The key play of the contest came with the Eastside second half kick off. Raider senior Tyler Justiniano caught the ball deep and dashed 85 yards to the house sending Lawson-Fitchko Stad- ium into an uproar. With Adams' two point pass to Branham the Raiders had a commanding 21-0 lead. Eastside got on the board later in the period when Riner scored on a six yard run and converted a two point conver- sion pass to Banks. A 44 yard toss and catch from Adams to Cobye Robbins late in the third period would be the clincher, giving the home- standing Raiders a 29-8 lead. (2 point pass complete to Thomp- son). Eastside got a six yard TD run from Yates and a two point conversion by Kobie Lawson making the final 29-16. Eastside and JT Burton both move to 3-3 on the season. STATS Passing: Eastside 18-33, 186 yards; Burton 4-9, 80 yards (1 (3reenwave overpower Devils 45-7 by David Gregory. on runs of six and 25 yards by 1 for 32 yards. Virginia is only a few clicks away. The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries TD) Rushing: Eastside 20-(-33)education course for adults (2 TD); Burton 40-145 (2 TD). Getting ready to hunt in tional course providers in the near future. DGIF launches full-online hunter After a 0-0 first period, which saw a young Devil'squad stand up to a tough test, the powerful Clintwood offense scored 26 unanswered .in the secbnd quarter. "I was jleased with our effort," said-Castle- wood Coach Darrell Taylor, speaking of his team's defensive play. "But we just allo,ed too many big plays." The Greenwave scored on two rushes inside the five yard line. Then Clintwood* 'sehior quarterback Dalton 'Dahley connected on scoring strikes of 27 and 35 yards, both to Austin Turner. A third quarter pass from Dahley to Nathan Mullins covering 47 yards m,acle the score 33-0. Castlewood's only score of the evening came on a 1acob Cornea two yard run. " The visiting Grcenwave tallied two fourth quartet scores Mullins and Culbertson, to make Rushing: Clintwood 29-211 the final 45-7. yards; Castlewood 35-52 yards. Passing: Clintwood 11-18-1 Fumble recoveries: Castle- for 204 yards; Castlewood 4-14- wood 1 Brett Steffey. Eastside gets tough win over Twin Springs by David Gregory The Lady Spartans survived a tough four set contest at Twin Springs beating a very scrappy Lady Titan squad 25-12, 25-20, 25-27 and 25-19. Erin Stanley paced the Eastsiders with 15 kills while Deja Stallard, Lindsey Dean and Kaylee Jones added 6 kills each. Eastside volleyball Thomas Walker Katie Meade was again huge behind the service line notching 14 points for the Lady Spartans. But, perhaps the bigtgest contribution to this Eatside victory came on the backline where Keely Atwood totaled 19 digs and Lindsey Dean picked up 15 digs. Brittany Stapleton led Eastside with 23 assists. Whether taking the "full- online" course or the free "self- study plus classroom" course, hunter education courses are designed to teach hunting safety, principles of conservation, and sportsmanship. Virginia law re- quires 12 to 15 year-olds and those who have not previously purchased a regular hunting lic- ense to successfully complete a hunter education course before buying their first license. Vir- ginia also offers an Apprentice sweeps (DGIF) is offering "full-online" hunter education courses for Virginia residents that are 18 years of age or older. The new full-online courses for adults will be modular-based, featuring the best hunting safety videos available. In addition, the inter- active learning exercises and comprehensive hunter education curriculum will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become safe and responsible hunters. Students will be required to successfully pass all of the course quizzes with a score of at least 90% in order to receive a Hunter Educa- tion certificate. While there is a cost associated with the new full-online courses, DGIF's basic classroom course will remain the primary delivery method and free to the public. Preventing fraud The Farm Service "Agency supports the Risk Mahagement Agency in the prevention of fraud, waste and abuse of the Federal Crop Insurance Pfogrum. FSA has been, and will continue to, assist RMA and insurance providers by monitoring crop conditions throughout the grow- ing season. FSA will continue to refer all suspected cases 0f.fraud, waste and abuse dire6tly to RMA. Producers can report, suspect- ed cases to the FSA office; RMA, or the Office of the InSpector General. by David Gregory , The Lady Spartans rolled past visiting Thomas Walker winning the three set contest 25-9, 25-7 and 25-16. Eastside standout Erin Stanley totaled 15 kills and 2 blocks in the contest and Deja Stallard added 7 kills with 1 block. The Lady Spartans raced to a quick 15-3 lead in set I and from that point on the visiting Pioneers were scratching for any point they could muster. Anna Ketron had 4 of her 6 aces in Eastside's win in set 1 and Stanley added 4 kills. In the second set Eastside's Katie Meade (21 service points Be a Hospice volunteer Sign up today for. Total Home Care and Hospice Volunteer opportunity. Berg a Hospice Volunteer means giving back to your commtmitY by serving terminally-ill patients and their families. Just. one to four hours a week can make a difference in someone's quality of life Participants will receive educational training that will be a rewarding experience! Back- ground check and TB test will be given at no charge to The Bible is GOD speaki00ng to us. Loretta Duty won) served up 2 aces and added 7 service points. Stanley added 4 kills and 2 blocks. Lindsey Dean and Kaylee Jones stepped up in the closing set for Eastside as Dean sent down 3 kills and a block and Jones added 3 kills and turned back several Thomas Walker scoring attacks. The Spartans closed the match winnLing the third set 25- 16. Brittany Stapleton led Eastside with 16 assists. Service points: Katie Meade 21, Anna Ketron 9. Kills: Erin Stanley 15, Deja Stallard 7. Digs: Keely Atwood 9, Stanley 12. participants. To learn more about the volunteer opportunity, contact Arlona Boggs, Volunteer Coordinator at 276-220-7585 to recewe an application and brochure on volunteering. Total Home Care & Hospice has six office locations: in Big Stone Gap, Clintwood, Grundy, Richlands, Abingdon and Bluefield. If you live in any of these areas, a hospice patient needs youl: DIAL 911 "Implementing a full-online option for hunter education is an important change that will im- prove the efficient delivery of our services," said Bob Duncan, Executive Director of DGIF. "Utilizing current technology en- hances the Department's hunting recruitment efforts while also offering adults a convenient way to learn." Students will now be able to complete their courses on smartphones, tablets, e-readers, laptops, or internet TVs. The course pages will automatically adjust to fit any electronic device. Students can also log in and out of the course, and their progress will be saved. This allows students to study and complete the course at their own pace and at tinies most convenient for them. The two companies offering the new full-online option for adult hunters are Kalkomey http://www.Hunter-ed.com/ and Fresh Air http://www.huntercourse.com/. Both are nationally recognized as major providers of online hunter education and boating safety education courses. The Department will be adding addi- The new2014 Ford Escape is here  base MSRP $27,300 Great fuel economy with highway estimate at 28 mpg, all wheel drive available, 6 speed select shift auto transmission 2.0 litre 14.:GTD1 ecoboost engine, power windows and , 'doors with keyless entry system MORGAN McCLURE Saint Paul, VA morganmcclureford.com (276) 762-5535 ILTTACK ASTHMA. ACT NOW. 1-866-NO-ATTACKS WWW.NOATTACKS'0RG : DON'T LET YOUR CHILD FEEL LIKE A FISH WITHOUT WATER, License, good for two years, that can be purchased by a new hunt- er before successfully complet- ing the Department's hunter education course. The Ap- prentice License can be used only while accompanied by a licensed adult. Apprentice hunters are reminded they still must complete a hunter education course before purchasing a basic hunting license. For mre information, visit: dgif. virginia, go v/hunting/educati on/. Fall fire season begins Oct. 15 As temperatures begin to dip and the leaves on the trees begin to change color, it's time once again for the start of fall wildfire season in the Commonwealth. Officials at the Virginia Depart, ment of Forestry (VDOF) re- mind all Virginians that the threat of wildfire increases each autumn as leaves dry out and fall from trees, grasses turn brown, humidity levels drop and winds increase. "Wildfires are directly linked to weather conditions," said John Miller, director of resource protection at VDOF. "Whether it's someone burning debris or trash, an unattended campfire or an intentional case of arson, wildfires have a greater chance of causing bodily harm or property damage in the fall and spring months because the conditions are right for fires to bum hotter and spread faster." Each year, Virginia experien- ces more than 1,200 wildfires that burn more than 10,000 acres of land. VDOF employees annually protect hundreds of homes from the ravages of wildfires, but each year there are always some homes that are destroyed by these wildfires. Miller said, "As more than 95 percent of wildfires that occur in Virginia are the result of human activity, taking even the simplest precautions with out- door fires will significantly re- duce the occurrence of wildfires and the threat to you and your neighbors." To learn more about what you can do to reduce the risk of wildfires, visit dof.virginia.gov or www. firewisevirginia.org. Saturday, October 26, 6-8 pm Saint Paul High School Gym FOOD, FUN, NZES & MUSIC Prom King and Queen ZOMBIE PROM PHOTOS Children under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult $5.00 OR MORE DONATION SPONSORED BY; FRJENDS OF THE LIBRARY & CATHY MAYS STATE FARM INSURANCE at CHS through SATURDAY, OCT 12, 2013 Volleyball: Girls Varsity 9:00am TBA Tournament MONDAY, OCT 14, 2013 Fooo4h  Vrr-Jit  -7.-301m Cl;ntwc, c.d TUESDAY, OCT 15, 2013 Volleyball: Girls ]V Game 6:00pro Twin Springs Volleyball: Girls Varsity Game 7:000m Twin Springs TUESDAY, OCT 22, 2013 Volleyball: Girls ]V Meet Volleyball: Girls .IV Match Volleyball: Girls Varsity Match Volleyball: Girls Varsity Match 6:00pm Clintwood 6:00pro Clintwood 7:00om Clintwood 7:00pro Clintwood COOK Construction.set light poles last week at the girls' softball field in Castlewood.