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I I'll .... I SpOrts Features i I ])e00dls thump. Rebels by Allen Gregory ii; throwing end of the td passes to Coach David and hiffand of Gibson and Kennedy which Castlewood Blue Dev[ls;.put another mark on the (wihning side of the ledger asAhey thumped the homestanding Ervinton Rebels 47-16 0re.Friday night.  :" Seven different Blu4)evils beginning with Reid Edmonds' opening kick off return bf 65 yards, crossed the double white stripe for the Blue DevilFfOther Blue Devils crossing the,goal line were David Reed-.Tyler Trent, Addison Rasniek Wes Gibson, Aaron Kennedy and Dylan Trent. ' Reed and Tyler Trer[ scored :on four yard runs while Rasnick's score came on a one yard run. Gibson, Kennedy and Dylan Trent scored on pass ' plays. Logan Lorenzo and his left foot were good on 3 o 4 pat kicks while Tyler Trent sg;ored on a two point conversion:  Trevor Hileman was on the went for 30 and 42 yards respectfully. Reserve Dalton Gordon and Dylan Trent hooked up on the other td pass which went for two yards. Coach Scammell, who is partial to the running football game, found his passing: game very proficient on Friday. He called just five pass plays and his qb's hit on 3 of them for 74 yards and 3 td's. The Devils' running was also very good, not great, but very good in putting up 111 yards on 24 carries for a very nice 4.6 yards per carry. Following the Edmonds kick off td gallop and Lorenzo's first pat kick the Rebels quickly got back in the game on a Skylar Hale 4 yard run. Hale's score capped a 65 yard drive that the Rebs produced. The Rebs came out in a hurry up no huddle offense and kept 00DartanS do it again by Allen Gregory struggle as the Spartans put just Matt Hamilton ancl his 211 total yards on the board. 108 Eastside Spartans did itagain on Friday, October 14. TlaC, y went visiting to Twin Springs and came home with a 14-o,win, The Titans were undefeated in the Cumberland District. . The previous Friday the Spartans had visited Rye Cove also undefeated in district play and beat them. " ?' The game was a defensive of those yards came on 31 rushes by Spartan senior running back Adam Hill. The Spartan defense, which has been tough all year even against much bigger teams than play in the Cumberland, has gotten down right stingy of late. They allowed the Titans just I 11 total yards. The game scores did not Castlewoodtrips Lebanon 3-1 by Allen Gregory The Castlewood Lidy Blue Devils led by All Ring's 18 kills tripped the Lebanon Lady Pio- neers 3-1 in a four set x, olleyball match at Lebanon o 9 Monday night, October 17.  The first two setsiwere divided. The Blue Deyils won the first set in easy fashion by a score of 25-12. The pibneers took the second set 25t4: The final two sets Were up for grabs as both games were close throughout. The Castlewood team won them both by narrow margins of 25- 18 and 28-26. In those two games each team came up with some great plays. On this night, the Blue Devils were able.to come out on top. Chelsie McCall with 34 digs was a huge factor in the Blue Devils win while Macy Vencil turned in an outstanding set of games for Lebanon. the Devils off balance as the Rebs took advantage of surprise to the Devils defense. Hale ran in the two point conversion. The Devils defense quickly made adjustment and the Rebs did not score again until late in the game and that came in the fourth period with CHS reserves in the game. The Devils were quick to put the game out of reach as they put up 41 first half points to only 8 by the Rebs. CHS reserves got much needed experience the rest of the game. The Devils will face a tougher battle on Friday as the Twin Springs Titans come calling at 7:30. The Titans will be exceedingly upset because they lost a tough game to Eastside at home. The Titans, Thomas Walker, Eastside and Castlewood all have one district loss. Reap rewards when you advertise through Virginia Press Services' Statewide Display Advertising Network! Place your business card-size ad in more than 65 newspapers and your messigewill reach more than 800,000 Virginians. CONTACT-THIS NEWSPAPER or Adriane Long,  Virginia Presseivicbs, 804-5214585 or adrianel@vpa.net.  :,,,/'i ,-- F , iu VO T November 8, 2011 l Ernest ,'Shy" Kennedy I ssell Co. Board of Supervisors [ who SUPPORTS | Russell C00e0ries J come until late in the game. The Spartans took advantage of a bad snap on a Titan punt attempt to get set up for their first score and was set up by a pass inter- ception. Ethan Collins got the first Spartan td on a 4 yard run and Adam Hill got the second on a 6 yard run. Jeff Minor was good on both Spartan pat kicks. Central comes to Eastside this Friday. Morc on McClure Ford r Sheriff' s Report The Wise County Sheriff's Office reports the following activities for the period of 10/3/2011 through 10/9/2011.. Wise Central Dispatch received a total of 1,332 calls for this seven- day period. Of the total calls received 316 were dispatched to the Sheriff's Office. Total number of Domestic calls for this period was 19. Criminal Process for the same period served 5 Felony Warrants, 40 Misde- meanor Waants, 1 DUI Arrest and worked 3 Traffic Accident. Civil process for this period served 486 Civil Papers. During this seven-day period 22 additional Criminal Investi- gations were initiated and 32 were cleared by arrest. The Sheriff's Office provided 176 man-hours of Court Room Security for the three courts and the courthouse. The Sheriff's Office tran- sported 0 adult in state, 2 adult out of state, 3 mental patient, and 1 juveniles for a total of 6 transports, involving 84 hours. The Sheriff's Office unlocked 2 vehicles and escorted 6 funeral during this seven-day period. Notice for all Dante voters Dante voters will cast their ballots in the November 8 election at the new Dante Community Center. The Community Center will then be the Voting place for all subsequent elections. 2012 Miss Food City Pageant Presented by WXBQ & Twin City Woman's Club The annual Miss Food City ladies throughout the region. Pageant is slated for Saturday, Miss Food City will receive October 22 at 7:00 p.m. Down- town Bristol's Paramount Center for the Arts will again serve as the venue for the gala event. The pageant theme will focus on Breast Cancer Awareness. Reg- gie Neel of WXBQ radio will serve as Master of Ceremonies. The winner of the pageant will represent Food City during its sponsorship of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Food City 500 and the Nationwide Series Food City . 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway and other race related activities. She will also represent Food City at various-other company related functions throughout 2012. Without a doubt, Miss Food City has become One of the most sought after titles for young Lays Hardware Arts announces Coming up at Lays Hardware Center for the Arts located at 409 Front Street in downtown Coeburn: Every Thursday night, Jam Sessions, 6:30-10:30 (doors open at 6:00). No charge for admission. Open to musicians and spectators. ,Every Friday night, Live bluegrass, 7:00 pm, $5/adults, $1/children 6-12, under 6 ad- mitted free. October 21: Uncut Grass October 28: Dennis Cove We have the truck you need,,.. Rangers, F-150's, F-250's & F-350's Huge, huge rebates - Shop Morgan McClure Ford for thetruck you need - It's'the right thing to doI MORGAN McCLURE Saint Paul, VA (276) 762-5535 morganmcclureford.com I $500 cash, along with various health and beauty care prize packages from local salons. Tickets are $8.00, with chil- dren 5 & under admitted free of charge and will be available the night of the pageant. A number of exciting door prizes will be awarded throughout the evening, including a pair of tickets to the 2012 Food City 500, tickets to Dixie Stampede, Ripley's Aq- uarium, Titanic, Food City Gift Cards and a two night stay at Deer , Ridge Mountain Resort in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The pageant will be directed by the ladies of the Twin City Woman's Club, with event pro- ceeds benefiting their sponsored projects and char!ties. Center for the schedule Band November 4: South Moun- tain Boys November 11: Benny Jones & CMT Country November 18: Bluegrass Circle' November 25: No Show. Happy Thanksgiving! December 2: Uncut Grass December 9: Hollow Ground December 16: South Moun- 'tain Boys December 23: No Show. Merry Christmas! Lays Hardware Center for the Arts is a nonprofit organ- ization dedicated to the preser- vation of Appalachian culture. We offer great entertainment in a smoke-free, alcohol-free family atmosphere. Contact: Loretta Mays at 276.395.5160 or 276.395.3323; in fo@layshardware.com; www.layshardware.com. Deadline for classifieds is Tuesday noon! Pine Raceway Another season has come to a close at Lonesome Pine Raceway in Coeburn. We would like to thank all of our sponsors, staff, drivers, car owners, and fans for another great season at Lonesome Pine Raceway. We would like to congratulate our 2011 Track Champions! The Late Model Champion is Brian Blevins of Coeburn. The Charger Champion is Ryan Stiltner of Grundy. The Pure 4 Champion is Jackie Jackson of Pennington Gap. The Mod 4 Champion is Hershel Robinette of Bristol, TN. The Street Stock Champion is Roger Neece, Clintwood. The Legends Champion is Hayden Woods, Bristol, TN. The Renegades Champion is Mike Breeding, Vansant. The annual awards banquet is slated to take place on Saturday, November 26 at The Inn at Norton. Tickets are $25 per person. Please call the office for more details! As always we hope everyone has a great winter season and look forward to seeing everyone again in the spring. We have big plans for next season and can't wait for it to get started. For up to date track information, please visit our website www.thepineraceway.com. CHARGERS 1. Kirby Gobble #17W; 2. Kevin Wolfe #17B; 3. Ryan Stiltner #22; 4. Paul Shull #48; 5. Robbie Ward #I1; 6. Matthew Eades #99; 7. Jody Bostic #44; 8. Cody McMahan #14. 9. Austin Peters #66; 10. Jeuna Wagner #47; t 1. Willie Gibson #51; 12. Lance Gatlin #1. PURE 4 1. John Ketron #28; 2. Jeremy Hughes #2; 3. Lynn Shaffer, Jr., #52; 4. Jackie Jackson #16; 5. John McCianahan #33; 6. Billy Presley #20; 7. Dan Hall #88; 8. Kirby Gobble #74B; 9. Tim Presley #83; 10. Tom Hodges #94; 11. Justin Penley #24; 12. David Trent #57; 13. Duke Bare #3; 14. David Duty #97; 15. Billy Livesay #74R; 16. Brian Tinker #25; 17. Dewayne Mullins #52y; 18. Jerry Doan #80; 19. David Street #2T; 20. B.C. Penley #7; 21. Fabian Spears #8. RENEGADES 1. Bryan Herraney #76; 2. Iggy: Greer #33; 3. Mike Breeding #69; 4. Chris Prater #83; 5. Rusty Ratliff #9; 6. Keith Stiltner #14; 7. Josh Turner #30; 8. Kenneth Street #22; 9. Larry Helbert #2; 10. Rodney Hayes #CR; 11. Pam Stiltner #33; 12. Dewayne Mullins #77; 13. Rannie Breeding #07. STREET STOCK 1. Duke Bare #62; 2. Roger Neece #22; 3. Joey Sykes #23; 4. Mike Keith #80; 5. David Brown #4; 6. Rob Austin #25; 7. James Owens #00; .8. Tommy Hess #27; 9. Chris Tunnell #6; 10. Terry Stone #48; 11. Jeff Counts #11 DQ. LEGENDS I. Tyler Goodwin #64; 2. Zack Walton #38; 3. Drew Shortridge #32; 4. Brian Tinker #4. ROOKIE PURE 4 I. Jeremy Hughes #3; 2. David Trent #57; 3. Pie Short #2; 4. Jackie Johnson #52; 5. David Duty #97; 6. BC Penley #7; 7. Jerry Doan #80; 8. David Street #2T; 9. Nicole Counts #94. LATE MODEL 1. Brian Blevins #40; 2. Lance Gatlin #97; 3. John King #21; 4. Jeremy Pike #25; 5. Ryan Stiltner #22; 6. Dalton Hopkins #8; 7. Caleb Roark #99; 8. Elby Harrison #7. POWDER PUFF 1. Pam Stiltner #69; 2. Jennifer Prater #83; 3. Jade Ratliff #9; 4. Amy Salyer #14; 5. Rhonda Jesse #33; 6. Crystal Street #22. Author Jeffery Sergent at J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library on October 20 Jeff Sergent lives in a small town tucked away in the. hills of Southeastern Kentucky. He lives there with his wife Kim and daughter Arwen. Jeff has taught English at the local high school for the past 19 years. He is an avid cartoon fan and likes attending concerts and Science Fiction conventions. Jeff has been published in magazines such as Lost Worlds and Alienskin. He is also the editor- in-chief of the schools Science Fiction publicatioh, Fantasm. Absent is Jeff's first novel. Jeff Sergent will be reading from his novel Absent on Thurs- day, October 20 at 6 pm at the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Lib- rary in St. Paul. He will also be selling and signing copies of the book. A reception provided by the Friends of the Library will follow the reading and signing. 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