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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Th_ursday, October 14, 2010 Sports Features Deacons fall to Bulldogs byAllen Gregory pass and the play covered 48 Perhaps the Deacons had not fully recovered from their narrow loss to Castlewood last Friday or perhaps they just ran out of gas in the final period as Appalachia hung 22 points on the board in that canto for a 42- 26 win over the Deacons. Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the opening period. But both teams got on the board in the second period. The Deacons' Trevor Hile- man ran in from four yards out to get the first score. The extra point failed but the Deacons had a 6-0 lead. The Bulldogs then put toget- her a nice drive that Cody Carter capped with a 21 yard run to tie the score. Midway through the period, Hileman, the Deacons' quarter- back hit Bryce Lawson with a yards for a 12-6 St. Paul lead. With just about 34 seconds left in the period it appeared that St. Paul would get to the dress- ing room with a 12-6 halftime lead However, the Dogs had a trick planned for the Deacons. Carter took a hand off om the Bulldog quarterback and threw a halfback pass to Chase Cristian for the tying score. Carter then latched onto a pass from Forest Stuart for the two point conversion and Appalachia had a 14-12 lead. The Deacons regained the lead early in the third period as Hileman hit Reid Edmonds with a 25 yard pass for the go ahead score. The Bulldogs then regained the lead, Chase Morelock ran 27 yards to give the home team a 20-18 lead as the third period ended. It was all Appalachia in the final period as they bested the Deacons for 22 points while the Deacons had just six. As usual the Bulldogs counted on their running game for the win. They ran for 322 yards on 46 carries with Morelock getting 153 of those yards. Morelock is not their go to guy as Carter set out the second half due to a hip injury. The Deacons, without Addi- son Rasnick and Denver Fritz, could muster only 20 yards on 32 carries. Hileman did have a good night throwing the ball as he hit on 12 of 16 passes for 194 yards. The Deacons face the Twin Valley Panthers this coming Friday for their homecoming at 7:30 p.m. Lonesome Pine Raceway Dr. Brisker joins results from October 9 Results 10-9-10 1. Josh Turner #30; 2. Keith Appalachian Psychiatric , Associates Blue Ridge' 'P"hysicians G-roup recently announced that Dr. Henre Brinker, psychiaUist, has joined Appalachian Psychia- tric Associates, Lebanon. Brinker received her medical degree from Christian-Al- brechts.University of Kid, Ger- many. She completed psychia- Tunnell #6; 3. Roger Neece #22; 4. James Mills #65; 5. Stephen tric residencies at St. Elizabeth's Martin #I; 6. Russell Duty #2; 7, .!. Medical Center, Boston' and Tommy Hess #69; 8. Tony Ward., Banner Good Samaritan #7. : Medical Center, Phoenix. CHARGERS ' 1. Royce Peters #40; 2. Ryan Stiltner #22; 3. Austin Peters #66; 4. Jody Bostic #44; 5. Paul Shull #48; 6. Steve Wright #75; 7. Willie Gson #51; 8. Carroll Hobbs #29; 9 Kevin Wolfe #17; 10. Jeff Woodward #94; 11. Brad Housewright # 1. PURE 4 I. Chris Neeley #94; 2. Jackie Jackson #16; 3. Tim Presley #83; 4. Dewayne Mullins #77; 5. James Mills #65; 6. Jeustin Penley #24; 7. David Hall #22; 8. John McClanahan #13; 9. Danny Bland #10; 10. Billy Presley #20; 11. Steve Skeen Stiltner #69; 3 Rusty Ratliff #9; 4. Iggy Greer #33; 5. Jeff Mills #65; 6. Mark Stiltner #19; 7. Steve Skeen #41; 8. Jonathan Hamilton. MOD 4 1. Kirby Gobble #87; 2. Freddie Taylor, Jr., #16; 3. Brad Ball #17; 4. Elby Harrison #30; 5. Joshua Gobble #8; 6. Hershell Robinette #9; 7. Jerry Ball #15; 8. Nate Monteith #88. STREET STOCK , 1. Jared Bruner #8; 2. Chris #17; 12. Kenny Sproles #25; 13. Darrell Hayes #00; 14. Rodney Hayes #5; 15. Wiley Holbrook #8; 16. Billy Livesay #06; 17. Ethan Duty #97; 18. Dean Barrett #81. RENEGADES Appalachian Psychiatric As- sociate is located at 58 Carroll Street, Medical Office Building, Suite 3, Lebanon. For more information, call 276-883-8042. today to the Clinch Valley Times 762-7671 LATE MODEL 1. Keith Stiltner #22; 2. Jonathan Fleming #6; 3. Blake Jones #80; 4. Brian Blevins #40; 5. Wayne Webb #97; 6. Ryan Stiltner #20; 7. Dalton Hopkins #8; 8. Terry Stone #34. Tigers roll by Blue Devils by Allen Gregory The Castlewood Blue Devils could get nothing done either on offense or defense as they lost 41-7 to Haysi on Friday night. Perhaps the Blue Devils were still thinking about their one point win over gt. Paul or perhaps noL No matter what the reason, the Blue Devils gave up 41 points. That was the most scored against them in a single game for this season. The Tigers produced 329 yards of total offense on their way to the victory. Dereck Blair did most of the damage from his quarterback position. He threw for one td and rushed 86 yards on 10 carries and scored 5 times. It was the second win of the season for the Tigers. The loss dropped the Blue Devils to 4 and 2 on the year. The Blue Devils are perfect in the Cumberland District and are 1 and 2 outside the Cumber- land. The Devils scored their lone td on a pass from Ryan McCall to Aaron Kennedy in the third period. The Tigers put 35 points on the board in the first half. Scott Powers and Eric Hel- ton also ran for Haysi touch- downs while Dakota Stanley caught a td pass. Zack Blankenship was 5 of 6 on point after kicks. The Blue Devils did not reach Haysi territory in the first half. Castlewood will host Ervinton on Friday night for their homecoming game be- ginning at 7:30 p.m. ATTEND CAMP...The Weend oi September-iS a Jenn-ie Finch Softball Camp was held at Radford University. Attending from Clinch River were, back row, left to right, Benji Hicks, Emily Slemp, Jayme Salyers, Candaee Hall, Jennie Finch, Gracie Hicks, Kevin Stapleton. Back row, Hunter Hicks, Maitlyn Trent, Santana Stapleton, Adi Hall, Autumn Hall and sitting Kassie Stapleton. Special thanks to St. Paul High School for the donation of two dozen softballs to have autographed. Educational event to feature mussels A Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries Edu- cational Event, in partnership with St. Paul High School's Team Estonoa, will be held on Friday, October 22. The public is invited to attend .e event, which will involve re- leasing the freshwater mussels which have been nurtured as a special Team Estonoa project during the summer months. The mussels will be released in the Clinch River at A. R. Matthews Memorial Park be- tween 2-3 p.m. Friday, October 22. The project has been finan- cially supported by Dominion I en.urcP. For more information,-call Team Estonoa at 276-762-0221 or visit www.wetlandsestonoa. ore. While Southwest Virginia families are struggling to make ends meet, Rick Boucher bought himself a $30,000 car with his campaign cash fueled by special interest money. The $174,1}00 Congressional salary isn't enough---Rick also needs to make his campaign donors pay for his new car? Street- no surprise he has raised over $1 million from Wall Street firms and big banks, key recipients of bailout funds. Boucher supported the Cap and Trade Energy tax that will wrec k Southwest Virginiasending 70,000 Virginia jobs overseas. Boucher is driving America's economy off a cliff voting for handouts and special interest earmarks. Boucher even voted to bailout Wall Boucher has voted with extreme liberal Nancy Pelosi 96% of the time. Rick Boucher does not represent Southwest Virginia interests anymore.