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Page 6 CLI~NCH_V4~_LEY TIMES, St. Paul, V~T Thursday, O_t0ber 17, 2013 Raiders - by David Gregor}" Tra Adams hit'-ola four scoring strikes and threw for 180 yards leading LI. Burtbn'to a 42- 0 district win over Castlew0od. Cobye Robbins iind~Kelly Thompson hauled in "two TD catches each in the wiri:' :" The Raiders would,'gebre on their first three possesstof:s. The first, an 18 yard TD pag~ from Adams to Thompson hi~ta~ighted a seven play drive. The "second, s 0 saw first a long 40 yard throw and catch, Adams to Cobye Robbins, capped off by Tyler Justiniano's 10 yard scoring run. And the third, a second 18 yard pass from Adams to Thompson. A Drake Bowen two yard dive and a 25 yard TD catch by Robbins would end the first half with Burton leading 34-0. The final score of the evening came when Robbins pulled down a 19 yard pass from following a Blue l)e}'il punt, Adams giving the Raiders the Eastside blasts 42-0 win. The 42-0 score overshad- owed a fine game turned in by Castlewood's Chris MeRcy- holds. McReynoids had 11 tack- les (3 for losses) a fumble recov- ery and he forced two fumbles. Passing: Burton 9-17, 180 yards, 4 TD's; Castlewood 7-16, 83 yards, 3 intercepts Rushing: Burton 121 yards (Justiniano 6-53 yards); Cas- tlewood 80 (Traverse 15-55 yards). 54-14 by David Gregory front of an Eric Hill pass and It was good fortune.~nd the returned 44 yards for the score big play that lifted a:s.hlggish giving the Spartans a 19-0 lead. Spartan squad to the?Cumber- Another big play followed with land District win against winless time in the first half dwindling Rye Cove. .- .... when Josh Jacquess picked up Eastside struggled..'to get an Eagles fumble and covered Smallwood would add on anything going in .;the' first the 21 yards for the score. Slone touchdowns runs oi' two and 22 quarter, then with jusr ovei four added an 11 yard run and the minutes to go, Justin Bb.nks pop- ped free for a 20 yftrd-.touch- down dash. ARer a short.7 yard score by J.D. Slone, Eastside's big play came in the,per'son of Terry Robey. Robey-stepped in Eastsiders carried a 33-0 lead into the half. Caleb Riner connected with Kobe Lawson on an eight yard touchdown pass giving Eastside a 40-0 margin in the third Eastside troUnces Haysi by David Gregof'y Erin Stanley pounded out 11 The Lady Spartan~'s-~Vept a kills and Katie Meade totaled 8 non-district contest front."Haysi kills and 21 service points. Wednesday 25-8, 25-8"arid 25-Lindsey Dean picked up 13 1 7" digs" Rye Cove rips Castlewood by David Gregory., Cumberland District win over Savannah Bowen Sewed 13 the Blue Devils. aces and Destiny Gibson bashed Emily Higgins dished out 10 15 kills leading theLady Eagles assists and 7 serve points for 25-12, 25-17, 25-12" to a Castlewood. Lady Devils beat Raiders by David GregdryFleming had a big day with 5 Castlewood earned ankills, 3 aces, 3 blocks and 11 important Cumberl d 'District service points while Fields win in four sets ov-e r::the J.I. smashed 8 kills. Emily Higgins Burton Raiders 25-2r .22-25, totaled 14 assists for the Devils. 25-13 and 25-21. CaitlynJaz Bays had 8 kills and Fleming and KelseySFields led Kelsey Culbertson paced J.I. the way for Cffstt'ewood. Burton with 5 aces. --~ J Eastside w?ins 5 setter by David Gregory After dropping the.'_first two sets 22-25 and ''22;25 to Clintwood, Eastside.raced back to win a key Cumberland match-up'25-16, 25-20: Then the deciding fifth and final set kills, 17 digs and 3 blocks) were again huge in the Spartan win. Dean and Stanley led the surge bringing back Eastside from the 0-2 deficit. Deja Stallard (9 kills) and 5 blocks, two in the match tying four set also played a key roll. Brittany Stapleton contributed 29 assists. 15-9. ~-,' Lindsey Dean (!;5._~ills and 16 digs) and Erin Sf~mley (14 Russell Coanty Public Library programs ,,, :. Lebanon Library h~s the fol- _ lowing upcoming pro ra/ps: Library Booth at the Govern- ment Center, 5:30 pm Honaker Library has the fol- lowing upcoming programs: October 15: Library Board Meeting, 5:00 pm Crochet every Friday, 4:00 pm Libraries CLOSED October House of Stone by Ar hQny Sha- 14th for Columbus Day. Story did, l:00pm Time Wednesdays 10:30 am October 24: Pumpkin Paint- Lebanon Library; Free movie & ing, 4:00 pm -.,. popcorn every Ist Saturday, October 26: Family,Movie 12:00 pm, Lebanon Library. Marathon, 12:00 noon-, t0 pm Lego Club 3:30-5:00 pm every October 31: Fall"2Festival 2" Tuesday in Lebanon. quarter. Rye Cove got its first score in the fourth quarter when Dakota Hood got free for a 46 yard touchdown run. Spartan freshman Austin yards for Eastside. Rye Cove's final score came when Eric Hill hit Uriah Addison for an 85 yard catch and run. Eastside (4-3, 2-1) will play Twin Springs Friday night in Cumberland action. Hole-in-one October 17: Mopn,,..Watch, 7:00 pm (rain date Det. 18th, 7:00 pm) , " .. October 18: Fun4Kicis, lib- rary ghosts and the tr/ oil, 3:30 pm October 23: Club, Bo Couch made a hole-in-one on September 28 at Lake Bonaventure Country Club, hole no. 2 par 3, 134 yards using a gap wedge. This event was witnessed by Tom Senter and Lowell Bise. t~l " ON SITE...Mountain Motorsports was one of the vendors attending the celebration of the Fisher's visit. ACTIVITIES...Saturday evening activities at Maggie Way Campground included a local music jam, bonfire, free marshmallow roasting and smores sponsored by Food City. FIRST DEER...Sydnee Jessee, 13, of Gate City, FISHER'S ATV World visited the area on Saturday and Sunday With show harvested her first deer hosts, Brian and Melissa Fisher, greeting people at the Mountain View trail on September 28 in system. Castlewood. Sydnee is the Or) House at CHS daughter of Rodney and Kristy Jessee. Tree identification _,_en Castlewood High School Faculty and administration will booklet from Arh~rcrdially invites you to Open be available to meet and greet ~" v'JXHouse on Thursday, October 17. visitors from 4:00 until 6:00 p.m. Day Foundation Arbor Day Foundation Coffee Time at lJh Your ad could be here! ' base MSRP $27,300 *. ) Great fuel economy with highway estimate at 28 mOO, all wheel driveavailable, 6 speed select shift auto transmission 2.0 litre ICGTD1 ecoboost engine, power windows and doors with keyless entry system "J ,r Saint Padl, VA morganmcclureford.com (276) 762-5535 has a booklet that helps people identify trees in a simple, step- by-step process. The booklet, What Tree Is That?, is available for a $5 donation to the nonprofit tree-planting organization. What Tree Is That? is a tim, easy-to-use tree identification guide that features hand-drawn botanical illustrations highlight- ing the distinctive characteristics of many tree species. Nature lovers and profess- ional arborists alike have called this pocket _field guide one of the most user-fricv,~"., resources to have. Its beaw ,1, full-color illustrations are m :,tecise detail to depict natural colors, shapes, and textures, so users can make a positive species identification in just a few easy steps. The Arbor Day Foundation offers this booklet to help people identify trees in Virginia and throughout the Eastern and Cen- tral regions of the United States. What Tree Is That? uses a unique step-by-step approach to ;dentify the species of each tre,.. The booklet explains what to look for in the shape of the leaves and differences in the leaf stems ,and twig structures, specifics on the fruits and flowers, and the details of buds and bark. "Our What Tree Is That? pocket brochure is an ideal resource to help people develop a greater appreciation for trees," said John Rosenow, chief executive and founder of the Arbor Day Foundation. "The Arbor Day Foundation strives to help people enjoy and appreciate trees, and we feel our pocket field guide will do just that." To obtain a tree identification guide in full color, send your name and address and $5 for each guide to What Tree Is That?, Arbor Day Foundation, Nebraska City, NE 68410, You can also order the book online at arborday.org. Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library will host Coffee Time for all area senior citizens. Seniors are invited to stop by the library from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and have a cup of coffee, tea, cider, or hot chocolate and light refreshments. Visit with your friends, talk about the news going on in the area, read the local newspapers or browse through our magazine selections. Make plans to come by the library each Wednesday for coffee and conversation. For more information contact the library at 276-762-9702. Saturday, October 26, 6-8 pm Paul High School Gym FOOD, FUN, PRIZES & 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; FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY & CATHY MAYS STATE FAN