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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St Paul, VA, Thursday, November 1.2007 " " " " : Devils stumble against Cavahers I.-.- ~~O~~ ~ ~ ~~.j by Jonathon Salyer bring the score to 10-7 into Castlewood's offense rushed t' l The Castlewood Blue Devils halftime, for 9 yards and threw for 77 ] [ traveled to Damascus to take on Holston extended their lead yards. Shane McCall (35 yards), k the Cavaliers of Holston on with 4:341eft in the third quarter .Corey Davis (33 yards) and . . Friday. It was a big game in when John Pratt found Derek Ryan Phillips (29 yards)all had . .i terms of makingthe piayoffs for Barlow for a 13 yard touchdown some good runs on the night. Iii I, Castlewood. However, the pass. The kick was good to make Davis completed 8 passes for 77 : . . - Devils could not manage to get the score 17-7. Jeff B'ramlett yards and the touchdown to Brad ' D . anything going and fell 34-7. kicked another field goal on the Robinson. Robinson had 31 Deaconsor.ste closer,Holston got on the board first first play of the fourth quarter yards receiving while Shan, ethe. McCall added 38 yards ' ,f th* St Paul '-utthe ball in "-la" at with a two yard run from John from 19 yards out to bring St bpy21!senGoro gb 7 Coach DfinalelYn 31"bY dE Hs'an i rook their 46 line. The D ac ns Pratt Jeff Bramlett added the score to 207 W,th 737 leftrece,vmg Eric Maxfield was t ; d an ithen overcame five and 1'0 ard kick for a 7-0 lead with 4:23 left Aaron Reynolds rushed two busy on the night punting 5 Mark Palmer and his gritty band When h,t, B .fum. . . in the first quarter Holston yards for another touchdown and times with an average of 30 of Deacons ot one ste closer St. Paul came up with the ball. p enaltles on their way to .a nine added to the lead witia" a 26 yard after the extra point the score yards per punt. He did a good to the covgeCted C berlandTwo incomplete passes by play.e4 yard s.cOr og anV2ow field goal with 11:07 left in the stood at 27-7. On Castlewood's job punting away from the retum District Title with a 32-14 win Tyler Phillips and a fumbled Phillips to Elhs ourth . second quarter to make the score next possession Jeff Bramlett man from Holston. Brad over Rye Cove on Friday, double reverse by Brooks and pass that. covered 14 . yards I0-0 Castlewood got back close picked off the Castlewood pass Robinson led the defense with October 26. Ellis put St. Paul on their 19 produced the td. Hileman ziczea when Corey Davis found Brad and returned it for the 12 tackles. Ryan Phillips forced The next big step comes with yard line and facing a, fourth the extra point for a 25-8 St. Robinson in the back of the end touchdown to raise- the score to and recovered the fumble for the a visit to Lee County and the down. Dallas Hileman s punt Paul advan ge with 1:14 left in zone for an 11 yard touchdown 34-7 with 7:19 left in the game. Blue Devil defense. -' "Thomas Walker Pioneers on the was fielded at mid-field by Tim the ttrst laatt pass with 3" 12 left in the second Neither team could manage anyAaron Reynolds led Holston first FridayinNovember. Barnette returned to the The Deacons trieo another quarter E'fic Maxfield wasmore offense the rest of the rushing for 178 yards and a The game with the ThomasDeacon 47 yard line. . onside. KlC K nut R.ye. ove came. peffect" on the extra voint to game to end the game at 34-7. touchdown. Walker Pioneers is always After a loss of a yard,Tlm up with the bat!. A er losing interesting and hard to predict. If Barnette ran for three yarus to tour yaros, rtensley mt tsievms the Deacons win they will have the Deacon 45. On the next play, a five yard pass and 54 a pdrfect district slate. On paper the Eagle runner fumbled a nana yarus }ater t )evms.was pusne the Deacons look to be the off and St. Paul recovered the out ox vounas at the one yard favorite but on paper doesn't bounding ball at the Deacon 49. line of St. Paul. Blevins also got cotmt. The final score of the game is all that counts. Fumbles, interceptions and Brooks was again handed the ball and turned left end with excellent blocking and outran the td. The two point conversion try failed with 28 seconds left in the first half. Both teams moved the ball penalties were very important several Eaglesto the end zone. early in the Rye Cove game St. Paul's two point conversion pretty well in the second half. :A Josh Brooks interception try failed and the Deacons led However, neither team's offense of a Jarrid Hensley pass set up 12-0 with 2:26 left in the first could get the ball across the goal the Deacons first score. The period, line. interception and subsequent. Another short Deacon kick The only second half scorer penalty on the play gave St. Paul off gave the Eagles the ball at goes to the Deacon defense. the ball at the Deacon 49.their own 39. Then Blevins took With less than 2:33 left in the "" Eight plays later, Brooks the hand off from Hensley and game St. Paul was forced to punt '; tu~ed left end and hustled five got loose from several missed from near their own 43. A bad / / y ds to the end zone. St. Paul's Deacon tackles and was finally snap from center sailed by . tNo point conversion try failed pushed out of bounds at the I-Iileman. Rye Cove recovered 71 7 -' an d the Deacons led 6-0 with Deacon 10 yard line. Onthenext the ball at the Deacon 18. " 8:t3 left inthe first period, play Tim Barnette covered the Three plays later Hensley On the visitors next pus- final 10 yards for the Eagle ta. attempted to pass to Jordan seSsion two penalties and a Teddy Parker ran in the two Lawson. The pass was a little off PLAYER OF THE fu[nble kept the visitors from point conversion and St. Paul led target and Deacon Jared Turner approaching close to the Deacon 12-8 with about 2:02 left in the latched onto the ball at the WEEK Castlewood ggal line. first period. Deacon 10 yard line. Turner then senior, Dylan Allen, was The Eagles, after a short Taking the ensuing kick off raced untouched into the end named Player of the Dlmcon kick, put the ball in play at their own 35, the Deacons put zone for the f'mal td of the game. Week by New People's the mid-field stripe, Jaines together a 12play 65 yard drive Hileman's extra point kick was Bank for the week of McClellan ran for 13. Thewhich ended ,vith a td pass to good and St. Paul had reached E[tgles then lost five on a Ryan Padgett. Again the two thefmalmarginof32-14. October 3. Allen shot a p nalty and another ten on a point conversion try failed and Brooks finished the game 75 to medalist honors b ock in the back on a nice run. St. Paul led 18-8 with 8:25 left with 29 carires for 126 yards, while assisting the Blue Fbcing second and long and in the first half. Phillips was 12 of 17 through Devil golf team to the nlrming from a double wing Hileman's short kick offwas the air for 129 yards and two Cumberland District Rlrmation, Dakota Blevins rip- muffed ,by the Eagles and St. touchdowns. off an eleven yard run. With, Paul recovered on the Rye Cove Several backs carried the Title. He is the son of the ball on the Deacon 4847. However, the Deacons were load for the Eagles with Blevins Tom and Sherry Allen. maothy Barnette then took a unable to move the ball and getting 68 yards on !1 c affies. hind off from Hensley andpunted on fourth down. Hensleyhit n4 t- Pa oS Your life fq'und a hole on the right side of The Eagles were also unable mr yarus wire Deacon line. 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