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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, November 6, 2014 Sp{00-ts Features Clintwood's Dawson Kendrick breaks into the clear. Eastside's Mason Bellamy escapes the tackle of Clintwood's Austin Turner. Clintwood runs by Eastside A senior dominated 21intwood rolled up 406 otal yards as the senior dominated team rolled by Eastside 54-6 in a (2umberland District game. The victory gave the Greenwave the 2014 District Championship. It will be the last year of ompetition in the Cumberland District for Clintwood as they will combine next year with Haysi to form the new school Ridgeview which will be a double a school gnd compete in a different district. Dakota Dahtey account- ed for 109 of the 406 yards on 9 carries. Dahley &ccounted for the first 21 points of the game for the Wave scoring on runs of .16, 2 and 30 yards and kicking three extra points, ill in the first quarter. Chandler Mullins ended the Wave's final posses- sion, it's fourth of the quar- ter, with a one yard much- down run. The kick was blocked. However, the Wave had a 27-0 lead. Clintwood continued to roll in. the second quarter When senior quarterback Tyler Slemp hit senior Tyler Mullins with a 49 yard pass for a 33-0 lead. This time Dahley's kick Was good for a 34-0 lea& Just about four minutes later, Dahley ended Clintwood's first half scor- ing with an 18 yard run when his kick was no good. Clintwood had a 40-0 lead. Senior running back Shane Mullins got Clintwood's first td of the second half on their first possession of the period on a 42 yard run. Dahley's kick was good for a 47-0 lead with 8:10 left in the third period. With reserves in the lineup for Clintwood they added another third quarter td as junior quarterback Isaac Rasnick passed to freshman Logan Reynolds. Dahley kicked the extra point for Clintwood's final points of the game. Junior Terry Robey got Eastside's lone td of the game on a 78 yard run in the final period. Clintwood had 13 first downs to 5 for Eastside. Clintwood had 218 yards rushing on 26 carries while Eastside had 123 on 34 rushes. Clintwood had 188 yards passing, hitting on 8 of 12 passes. Eastside hit on 3 of 8 for 15 yards. Shane Mullins, Dahley and Tyler Mullins were strong on defense for Clintwood while Tyler Elam, Elijah Vaughn, Bailey Baker and Tyler Tibbs played Well for Eastside on defense. Eastside rolls by Thomas Walker Katie Meade put down 13 kills and 5 aces and Brittany Stapleton dished out 27 assists .with 3 kills and 3 aces leading the Lady Spartans. to a 25- 11,25-23, 25-14 x, ictory over the visiting Lady digs and Lacy Austin post- ed 16 service points. Morgan White Collected 6 kills and a block for Thomas Walker and Haley Goins passed out 8 assists. It's like a roller coaster sometimes, said Eastside coach Brianne Casteel. We need to peak again and now's the time. At pregs time it was scheduled that Eastside will play Game 1 of the Cumberland Conference semi final at 6pm Wednesday at Clintwood Elementary school. Washington County Circuit Court returns indictments Nicole Price, Commonwealth's Attorney for Washington County, announced that a total of 78 defendants have been charged in Circuit Court for the new term. The Pioneers. The win moves Grand Jury that convened Eastside into the :confer: ':. :: " ' : . ence semi final round m Washington Co. returned against Twin Springs. Thomas Walker trailed by 6 in the second set but 3 kills by Morgan White and 2 kills by Lexus Huges pushed the Lady Pionerers in front by 1, 20-19. The Lady Spartans regained the lead taking advantage of a serving error by the Pioneers and a kill fom Kaylee Jones (9 kills,ll digs). Meade responded for the struggling Eastsiders with two aces retaking the lead 24-21. Thomas Walker pulled within 1, 24- 23, before the Lady Spartans dropped in the final point to secure the set. We had spells where we just couldn't get it back said coach Janet Nelson, referring to her teams struggles with serve receive. We've had our moments this season, she remarked, but we have to improve our pass and attack. Eastside took control early in the final s'et and did not stumble taking the set 25-14. Stapleton tallied 3 kills and 3 aces and Meade put away 3 kills and a block in a 9-2 run. Hannah Wyrick paced the Lady Spartans with 15 indictments against 29 individuals charging 67 separate offenses. Another 49 individuals who were previously headed to the Grand Jury have already waived their rights to be indicted and have pleaded guilty in Circuit Court. A true bill of indictment was retumed charging Tarrus Ernest Forney, 33, of Coebum with burglary of a dwelling, larceny of a firearm, malicious wound- ing, aggravated sexual bat- tery, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The charges stem from events occurring on May 16, 2014, when it is alleged that Fomey broke into the victim's home in Washington County, sexu- ally assaulted her, "pistol- whipped" her, and took her to a location in Bristol. Forney and the victim have two children together and previously lived together. The incident ended on Fairvew Steet in Bristol, VA when the victim escaped; she was treated at BRMC for her injuries. Forney also faces criminal charges in the City of Bristol arising out of the incident. Trial is set in Washington Co. Circuit Court for December 15, 2014. All persons indicted are only charged with a crime or crimes and are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law. Td-Courty Tir Service, line. (276-762-95011{276W62-9591 / 16628 East Riverside Dr, St Paul, VA 2t283 l',4o.-Fd, 8am-Spin Sat, gam.-lpm ti. coJnty-t]re@vetlzor:,.net Subscribe to the Times! 762-7671 Clintwood's Alexis Mullins scores on this block against the Lady Devils Monday night. Eastside's Kaylee Jones prepares for a kill-against Thomas Walker Monday at EHS. Lady Devils advance Castlewood earned a spot in the semi final round of the Cumberland Conference Tournament with a 3-0 sweep of the Clintwood Lady Wave 25- 19, 25-19, 25-22. The Lady Devils came from behind to take both of the first two with a flurry of hot serving. Trailing late in set one Sydney Strange served two aces and 7 straight points, and McKinley Isaacs(10 kills, 11 digs,2 blocks) post- ed 2 kills and 1 block as the Lady Devils came from 18- 19 down to take the set 25- 19. Clintwood held a 10-5 lead in the second set but the Lady Devils chipped away tying the score 17-17 when Isaacs' kill found the open floor. Ashley Fugate pounded out three aces serving 6 points and Caitlyn Fleming banged down two kills helping Castlewood pull away to win the set 25-19. Fugate (5 kills, 22 digs, 3 aces) and Isaacs had back to back kills giving the Lady Devils a 7-6 lead early in the final set. Clintwood would catch the Lady Devils four times in the set but Castlewood never fell behind pulling away late to take the set 25-22. Clintwood closes their season, and volleyball his- tory, with a 12-12 record and will make their next appearance in the 2015 volleyball season as part of Clinch Mountain Conference/Conference 40 in VHSL class AA. Bailey Robinson com- pleted an impressive sea- son with 12 kills and 20 digs leading the Lady Wave both offensively and defensively Alexis Mullins added 6 kills and Hannah Mullins doled out 18 assists. Caitlyn Fleming totaled 5 kills and 3 blocks for the Lady Devils, Emily Higgins passed out 26 assists, and Bridgette McCarty picked up 18 digs. for Castlewood. At press time the Lady Devils were scheduled to the Ridgeview Wolfpack meet regular season cham- joining with Haysi for the pion Rye Cove Wednesday 2015-2016 school year. at 7:30 pm at Clintwood The new Ridgeview will Elementary School. likely become part of the Shop your local Ford store... It's the right thing to do!! MORGAN McCLURE ::::":": ........... :'"::: Saint Paul, VA morganmcclureford,com (276) 762-5535