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Two local guides find themselves in spotlight Hunting show host praised husband and wife team while filming at Rasawek By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Crystal Grubbs insists she never set out to be a small screen quail hunting queen. Thanks to a recent visit from a nationally televised hunting show, however, that seems to be exactly what’s happened. Grubbs, who works with her husband Gary as Grubb a hunting guide at

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Law enforcement still seeking tips on targeting of Goochland church

THOUGHT So if your memories of school food feature mystery meat and mushy vegetable or those who left medleys, you might be forgiven the school lunch- for not recognizing the fare room behind years coming out of the Goochland ago, the words High School kitchen this “cafeteria food” probably year. don’t bring to mind imagAccording es of anything tasty or to Goochland exotic. County Public Schools’ supervisor of nutrition Lisa Landrum, students at both the high school and middle school will be offered two By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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new options through the schools’ My Way Café program starting this week. In addition to the made-to-order sandwich option that kicked off last year, students will now have the option of choosing either the Asian Bowl — with their choice of different meats, sauces and vegetables — or the Burrito Bowl, which they can also customize. Right now the options will be available only on Wednesdays, Landrum said, with the two choices offered on alternating weeks. If they prove popular with students however, Landrum said she is definitely open to adding see Menu > 4

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Pastor Stevie Trent said he wasn’t sure what to make of the scene he witnessed at Second Union Baptist Church on June 16, the morning after vandals struck the church’s cemetery on Hadensville Fife Road. “I just wondered who would do something like that,” said Trent, recalling the sight of at least 50 markers that had been either pried off their bases or knocked over. Some had even been broken. While the culprits have not yet

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Goochland’s American Legion Family of Post 215 will be hosting their first annual Christmas in September Bazaar on Saturday Sept.24. The sale, located in the Post Hall at 3386 River Road West in Goochland, is free to the public and will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shoppers are urged to arrive early and pick up a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts (or preorder on the Post’s website) while shopping the booths and the raffle table. Each exhibitor is donating an item for the raffle, and proceeds will benefit the Legion Family’s veteran support activities. Exhibitors will include Stella & Dot and Thirty-One and LuLaRoe. Shoppers will also be able to design their own jewelry at the Keep Jewelry Collection table; find custom fragrances from Pink Zebra or Scentsy; browse handmade and quilted crafts from Rosemary Guyton and Billie Reid; or look for one of a kind items from Mitchell & Co., 550 Cord Designs, and Moonlight Gems. Legacy Republic will be digitizing family films and videos, and Longarm Network, Creative Memories, and Damsel in Defense will all be offering creative and innovations ideas. Store “stuff” in Tupperware, cook using Pampered Chef and look good doing all of this with Mary Kay. During the day, the Café will be open with seating, food and drinks. The American Legion Family is a non-profit organization of veterans and families supported solely by donations. Donations fund the group’s activities for veterans, active duty military (both here and those deployed), military families in need, veterans at the McGuire Medical Center, veterans homeless shelters, the Fisher House, the Sitter and Barfoot Center, the USO at Richmond International Airport, and Goochland families and school programs. For more information, visit the Post’s web site at www.goochlandlegionppost215.com, or find them on Facebook at American Legion Post 215.

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The Goochland Animal Shelter, located at 1900 Hidden Rock Lane in Goochland, has the following pets available to a good home: A neutered male Rotti mix, about 1-3 years old, a male grey and white cat, 1-2 years old; a male orange tabby kitten, about 10 weeks old. The Goochland Animal Shelter is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday. The shelter hours Thursday through Saturday are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The facility has many lost dog and cat fliers posted. For more information on these pets, as well as the many more still in need of homes at the Goochland Animal Shelter, call (804) 556-5302. You also can visit the shelter on Facebook at “Goochland County Animal Control.”

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Goochland residents have a new option for enjoying the great outdoors. And while it isn’t very big, the county’s newest recreational facility is already drawing glowing reviews from residents. Matthews Park, located

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In addition to the new menu items for students to try, there are changes this year to where students eat as well. In an effort to urge more students to eat breakfast, a Grab and Go option has been introduced that students can bring into the classroom and eat at their desks. Landrum pointed out that this takes away some of the anxiety for students who may not feel comfortable in a crowded, bustling cafeteria first thing in the morning, and also covers students who may find themselves too short on time to get breakfast in before school starts.

Landrum said a small grant was used to get the Grab and Go program started, and she’s hoping to expand it next year: in addition to the breakfast options offered in the cafeteria, carts could serve some students on the second floor of the school buildings. If this all sounds like a far cry from the old days, it is. But everyone involved seems to be embracing the changes, Landrum said — including those working hard behind the scenes to make it happen. “What we’re really trying to do is to bring some fresh ideas in,” Landrum said. “And the cafeteria workers are all on

Bob Redfern, host of the television series “Bob Redfern’s Outdoor Magazine,” would be taping an episode of the show on the property. But if the TV star and his cameraman had any designs on Grubbs posing and preening for the camera, they were out of luck. “I’m not a movie star, nor do I want to be,” laughed Grubbs, who has been working as a guide in the largely maledominated world of quail hunting for the last 25 years. “I said I was just going to go out there and be myself, no makeup, no special outfit—just go with it.” As it turned out, that strategy seemed to go over just fine with Redfern, who happily pointed out at the beginning of the taping that having a husband and wife team of hunting

guides was a first in the show’s 15-year run. “The thing that’s so rewarding is that you get to do this together, here at this beautiful place,” he said, surveying the preserve’s hundreds of acres of managed pine plantations and meadows, the perfect landscape for bird hunting. Rasawek offers hunting from Oct.1 through March 31. The preserve’s owner, Don Parks, who didn’t log any time in front of the camera but did follow behind the group, said having Redfern visit was a great experience for all of them. “Crystal and Gary were in the limelight and they did great,” he said, “as I knew they would.” To Grubbs, the newfound attention she’s received thanks to her appearance on the show has been something of a surprise — and a source of amusement. Just the other week, she said, she was recognized for the first time by a man who asked if she was “the famous huntress” from the television show. Grubbs just had to laugh and admit to it. A star, after all, had been born.

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Architectural historian Gibson Worsham, left, restoration contractor Jim Haskell converse in front of the Old Stone Jail in Goochland’s historic Courthouse Square.

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The Goochland Historical Society will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the restored Old Stone Jail at the Goochland Courthouse Public Square at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 11. This celebration represents the culmination of research, construction and fundraising activity that began two years ago. The Old Stone Jail has been restored to depict three eras of prison life over its nearly two centuries of existence.

This project has been led by the work of architectural historian Gibson Worsham, with the construction phase managed by Goochland contractor Jim Haskell of Sermat Construction Services. In addition to the ribbon-cutting activity, the Historical Society will unveil the inaugural phase of the Courtyard Green Commemorative Bricks installation. The public is invited to attend, and tours of the newly restored Old Stone Jail will take place immediately after the ribbon-cutting.


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Local author combines farming and family to create memorable ‘farm-oir’ By Roslyn Ryan Editor

To Goochland writer Lynn Raven, the recipe for the perfect memoir is simple: mix in one part family, one part farm, add love, and stir. What comes out, at least in Ebright’s case, is the recently released book “The Reluctant Farmer of Whimsey Hill,” a tribute to love, perseverance, and farm life coauthored by Raven and her parents, Brad Smith and Nancy Raven Smith. The book shares the first days of Mr. Smith’s early marriage, when the animal-phobic, robotics engineer learns that his bride’s dream is to have a farm with lots of animals, where she can rescue ex-race horses

to retrain and find them new homes. The troubles and mix-ups that ensue offer perfect the perfect fodder for a side-splitting memoir: Smith chasing a cow named Pork Chop through the woods with a rope; getting locked in a tack room by the family pony; or trying unsuccessfully to modernize their barn. To Raven, an award-winning writer and former entertainment publicist living at Whimsey Hill 2 in Virginia, the project was a dream, allowing her to collaborate with her parents while sharing some of her favorite childhood memories. “We all brought our different talents to the process,” Raven explained of writing the

book, which she has dubbed a “farm-oir.” To Smith, a popular author, engineer, and teacher living in Southern California with his writing partner and wife, Nancy — an award-winning screenwriter and novelist in her own right — one benefit of writing the book was the chance to relive the wonderful memories of life on the farm. “It was a really neat project,” Smith said. “We always enjoyed living on the farm, and we always enjoyed telling those stories. So we finally decided ‘We need to write this stuff down.’” “The Reluctant Farmer of Whimsey Hill,” is available at Amazon.com. For more information, visit www.thereluctantfarmerof whimsyhill.com.

Raven to appear at two book signing events Lynn Raven, co-author of “The Reluctant Farmer of Whimsey Hill,” will be signing copies of her book from 10 a.m. to noon on Sept. 24at the Manakin Farmers Market (68 Broad Street Road Manakin Sabot), with a reading at 11 a.m. She will also appear at the “Coffee, Books, and Treats with Local Author Lynn Raven” event from 10 a.m. to noon at Blonde Butcher Baker (3041 River Road West in the Goochland Courthouse) on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Napier and Dervishian to wed this October Mr. and Mrs. Stuart A. Napier Jr. of Manakin-Sabot, are thrilled to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Elizabeth of Richmond, to Robert W. Dervishian Jr., also of Richmond, son of the late Mr. Robert W. Dervishian Sr. An October wedding is planned.

Cemetery continued from >1 been found, Trent said he and his congregation feel blessed that the damage has now been repaired and the markers returned to their rightful place. Trent said he is still hopeful that the people responsible will be found and brought to justice.

Surveillance footage shows a white sedan in the parking lot of the church around the time they think the crime occurred, but Goochland Sheriff Jim Agnew said that is all they have to go on for now. Anyone with any information about the vandalism at Second Union Baptist Church is asked to call the Goochland County Sheriff ’s Office at (804) 556-5349.

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When terror struck, teachers had to stay strong Editor’s note: Recently, through the newspaper’s Facebook page, we asked Goochland residents to share their memories from Sept. 11, 2001. We’d like to thank Jennifer Kane of Henrico, who sent us the following: I was teaching 4th grade at Goochland County’s Center for the Gifted on September 11, 2001. I had walked over to Goochland

Elementary School to pick my class up from keyboarding. As I entered the classroom, the keyboarding teacher called me over and showed me the images on her computer and told me we were under attack. We couldn’t let the children know, so as terrified as we were, we had to remain calm, for their sake. I walked my students back to our classroom. I then had to

Opinion page offers place for all to share their views By Melody Kinser Managing Editor

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continue with my social studies lesson as if nothing had happened. My heart was racing and all I wanted to do was return home to my family, but I knew my priority was caring for and keeping those children safe. They had no idea. We had parents frantically rushing in to get their children. We had to calm them, stop them, and ask them to please relax and calm down and

to follow the proper protocol. The students began to ask questions as the day went on and their friends were getting picked up and all we could tell them is that everything was fine and their parents would explain when they got home. It was an exhausting day, but we survived it. The following year, on the one year anniversary, my students memorialized those that had

passed and all the men and women that helped by creating memorials. The Gazette came and photographed us and the monuments the students created. As teachers, our students become our family. On that day it was our responsibility to take care of them, protect them, and comfort them. We will never forget.

Letters to the Editor In Presidential election, voting GOP is the only path to a bright future Dear Editor, In the upcoming general election, who should I vote for: the Democrats or the Republicans? The answer should be “Republican” without a doubt. Let’s look at the everyday political actions of the Democrats. Right here locally, let’s look at Petersburg and its citizens. Petersburg is run by Democrats. It is in dire debt financially, threatening to close its historical museums; layoff members of the fire department; close a fire station and require the need of an outside administrator to run the day-to-day business of the city

During the last seven years, the Obama administration has made thousands of foreign immigrants able to enter the country and take away jobs that rightfully belong to American citizens. administration which is run by the Democrats. Let’s look at Richmond. It is no secret that the citizens of Richmond are embarrassed by the actions of

the city administration. Reports of the mayor using city employees to work on a private project on city time and payroll have been in the press, along with the difficulties in resolving an issue concerning the ballpark. And again, the administration is run by Democrats. Hillary Clinton (a Democrat), has publicly stated that she will continue the actions and policies of the present Democratic administration. During the last seven years, the Obama administration has made thousands of foreign immigrants able to enter the country and take away jobs that rightfully belong to American citizens. Obamacare is quickly becoming not what was promised to take care of the health needs of our citizens living in poverty. Gun control: Hillary Clinton and President Obama are doing everything they can to suppress our Constitutional right to own a firearm, citing all the crimes and murders that are allegedly being done due to firearms. If a gun is in a locked drawer and no one touches it, would it kill someone? Vote Democratic? I don’t think so. John P. Casey Crozier

who took his time to push my 17 year old daughter’s car off of Fairgrounds Rd. and onto Hawk Town Rd at 3 a.m. (no she wasn’t supposed to be out, she was at a “sleepover”). You were my guardian angel looking out and getting my daughter out of harm’s way. To take your time at that crazy hour and wait with her till I got there is something I will never forget and will always be indebted to you for. I believe you said your name was Brandon, but I remember you mentioning your brother works at Taylor’s I know you refused any monetary gift when I offered, but I am going to drop something off at your brother’s work this week as a little gesture of appreciation for the biggest favor you could ever do for a parent, which was keeping my daughter safe. Thanks again and please thank your parents for me for raising such a mensch. David Dembicer Goochland

Family thanks local Goochland community for help following loss

Dear Editor, Mrs. Elnora Haden’s family would like to thank each and every one for their act of kindness in Man’s act of kindness the passing of our mother. Your prayers and gifts meant so much meant everything to to the family. Continue to pray for father of girl he helped the family. Dear Editor, Thanks I want to offer a thank you Idamae Claiborne and the to the nice young gentleman Haden and Claiborne families


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JOE LEWIS SR. Joe Lewis Sr., 80, of 2992 Hadensville-Fife Road in Goochland, entered into eternal rest on Monday, Aug. 29. He was a faithful and dedicated member of Second U n i o n Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his Lewis wife, Louise Timberlake Lewis; mother, Pearl Lewis Bryce; and grandparents, Robert and Emma Lewis. Joe leaves to honor his memory two daughters, Mary L. Fleming (Rufus) of Glen Allen and Julia L. Norris (Theodore Sr.) of Henrico; two sons, Joe Jr. of Glen Allen and Casey M. of Amelia; two grandchildren, Maranda F. Thompson (Lorenzo) of Portsmouth and Theodore W. Norris Jr. (TJ) of Norfolk, whom he passionately called “Baby Gold” and “Man” respectively; two godchildren, Quinton and LaQuinta Pace

of Goochland; three sistersin-law, Ada Mealy (Joe), Lucy Daniels (John Lee) and Thelma Timberlake; and one brotherin-law, James Timberlake, all of Goochland; and a host of other relatives and friends. Joe had various jobs throughout his working career. He was a tractor-trailer driver for Parrish Lumber Company and was also employed by Matthew Tire Service and Philip Morris USA. He retired from Philip Morris in 1998 after 29 years of service. He was a highly skilled handy man in auto mechanics, home maintenance, plumbing, and electrical work. In his leisure time, he also enjoyed gardening and fishing. Joe was a resourceful neighbor to all and enjoyed helping his community friends by bush hogging, plowing gardens, assisting with building homes for Habitat for Humanity, providing towing services, and taking friends to doctor appointments. Likewise, he took extreme pleasure in sharing treat bags with the children on Halloween and decorating his home, inside and outside, for Easter and Christmas. Funeral services took take place on Saturday, Sept. 3, at Second Union Baptist

Church in Goochland. Pastor Stevie M. Trent, officiant and eulogist. Private Interment at Greenwood Memorial Gardens. MARGARET MCDANIEL Margaret Thrift McDaniel, 90, of Manakin Sabot, joined her loving husband, Archie, in heaven Saturday, Aug. 27. She is survived by her two daughters, Faye Toney (Ronnie) and Edie Flaig (Kurt); four grandchildren, Daniel Toney (Casey), David Toney (Brenna), Rebecca Flaig (Luke) and Sarah Flaig (Josh); two great-grandchildren, Emmerson and Savannah; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family is grateful to all of Margaret’s friends and church family for their love and support. The family will receive friends 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Aug. 31, at Goochland Baptist Church, followed by a reception. Interment followed at Forest Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Centerville Company 3 Fire and Rescue Squad or Goochland Baptist Church.

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Goochland. The sale starts at 556-4774. 8 a.m. and all are encouraged to stop by for a lot of bargains Jordan Riley will perform and to help in the fight against in concert at 7 p.m. in the cancer. Goochland High School Gym (3250 River Road West). This event is for parents and stuSunday, Sept. 11 dents of Goochland High The Galilee Baptist Church School and Goochland Middle Senior Choir will celebrate School. This event is free, and its 67th anniversary at 3 p.m. donations will be accepted to with Reverend Bruce Jones of offset cost. Louisa’s First Baptist Church. For more information call Tuesday, Sept. 20 (434) 589-8817. Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services (GFCFS) Thursday, Sept.15 will be holding Volunteer The Goochland County Orientation at 5 p.m. at GFCFS Lions Club will be hosting (3001 River Road West). To their annual BBQ at Dover register, contact Diane Reale at Lake in Manakin-Sabot, with dreale@goochlandva.us or at gates opening at 5 p.m. This (804) 556-6260. rain or shine event will feature a food (including a whole Thursday, Sept. 22 hog for pig picking) and live music. Tickets, which are availNutrition expert Sally able through advance sale only, K. Norton, MPH, will presare $25. To purchase tickets, ent a seminar entitled “How contact Michael Winn at Health Foods May Ruin Your M54Winn@gmail.com. Health” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Goochland County Parks and Jordan Riley will speak Recreation, 1800 Sandy Hook about suicide prevention and Road. The fee for this seminar anti-bullying at 7 p.m. in is $16 and participants should the Goochland High School register by Sept. 15 at https:// Auditorium (3250 River Road apm.ActiveCommunities. West). This event is for parents com/Goochland/Home. and students of Goochland High School and Goochland Saturday, Sept. 24 Middle School. This event is Dover Baptist Church free, and donations will be (located on Manakin Road) accepted to offset cost. will be hosting a Fish Fry from 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 in Saturday, Sept. 17 advance and $12 at the door. The next meeting of the For more information, or for Richmond Chapter of the tickets, contact the church Virginia Writers Club will be office at (804) 784-5681. held from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Mt Gilead Baptist Church the Goochland Library, located at 3075 River Road West. All will be hosting a Mission are invited to join the group Benefit Hotdog Supper at 5 for writing tips and tricks and p.m. This event will feature to talk about getting manu- an auction, bake sale, fashion scripts ready for publishing. show, and a performance by For more information, contact piano player Nancy Morath. Susan Schwartz at (804) 389see Calendar > 16 1013 or the library at (804)


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According to Resi Connell, the founder of a planned alternative school in Goochland, students attending the program will spend much of their time outdoors, working on a farm and doing handson projects. The students seen here are taking part in a summer program hosted by Connell at her farm in Culpeper.

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ucts will all be derived from some aspect of farm life. Connell, who has studied marine biology and has a master’s degree in education from Liberty University, said she has already received plenty of interest from parents, many of whom first saw her in action when their children attended summer workshops at Connell’s farm in Culpeper where she lives with her husband and two children. Lynn Lennon, a nurse who has searched for years to find the right learning environment for her son and plans to enroll him in Connell’s program, said the school is just

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Scouts hosting annual camping expo Contributed report

Local Goochland Cub Scout Pack 710 and Boy Scout Troop 710 will be hosting their annual Camp Expo from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24, offering demonstrations by the Boy Scout Troop and Venturers on cooking, fires, camping gear, pioneering/orienteering and more. This event will also feature campfire, treats and fun. The

expo will take place at the Heart of Virginia Cub Adventure Camp, located at 1697 Maidens Road in Maidens. Those taking I-64 West should use the Oilville Exit (167). At top of exit ramp, turn left and head south to the first stoplight (Broad St./ Rt. 250). Turn right onto Rt. 250 and travel about one mile to Fairgrounds Road (Rt. 632) and stay on it for about three

miles. At the intersection with Rt. 632 (Maidens Rd.), turn left onto Maidens Rd. Go about one mile on Maidens and the main entrance to the Heart of VA Scout Reservation will be on your left. Once you’ve turned left, follow the sign to the Cub Adventure Camp pointing to the right. For more information, email eoy471@ yahoo.com or call (804) 3807683.

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The James River Advisory Council is inviting the community to come help clean up the James River watershed during the 17th Annual James River Regional Cleanup on Saturday, Sept. 10. Each year, hundreds of volunteers make the cleanup a

success. They collect hundreds of bags of trash and recyclable materials during this tremendous regional effort! To register, select from a list of official James River Regional Cleanup sites, complete the online registration and at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 10, for sign-ups.

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School continued from >9 what she’s been looking for. “One of the things children’s brains need is constructive stimulus,” said Lennon. Her son Michael, 15, struggles with learning difficulties, and Lennon said she knows the approach Connell takes will help him thrive. She said she appreciates the fact that the school will have children tak-

Methodist Women’s mission efforts in the Goochland area. Bethel Church is located at 1981 Cardwell Road, one mile south of Routes 250 (Broad Street Road) and 670 (Cardwell Road), or four miles north of

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ing part in outdoor activities and working with animals. “So many children today are just parked” in a classroom, Lennon said. “And this is the antithesis of parking your child.” Though Connell has not yet finalized the purchase of the property where she’s hoping to locate the school, she is currently working to find investors to help fund the project. The school has also received

a number of commercial kitchen appliances donated by Chris McPherson of Piedmont Smokehouse. A tentative opening date for L.O.C.A.L S.T.E.W U has been set for September of 2017. “It’s a massive undertaking,” Connell said of creating the school. “But it’s work that I love, so it really doesn’t feel like work.”

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Goochland running back Marcus Burton (5) breaks loose for a big first quarter run that produced points for the Bullldogs in their 38-17 win over FUMA last week. Gordon rushed 18 times for 168 yards.

Complete team effort leads to 38-17 win over Fork Union By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Writer

Following last week’s 38-17 win over Fork Union, Goochland coach Joe Fowler was hard pressed to find fault with his 2-0 team’s performance. “For the first time this year we

played like we were capable of playing.” Fowler said. “The defense was stellar like they have been all season. Our offensive line came off the ball and took the fight to the defense. That opened up holes for the running backs and they took advantage of their opportunities.” No doubt, it was what coaches like

to call a complete game and contained all the elements that bring smiles to seasoned coaches like Fowler. One of the first items on that pre game coach’s to do list is getting off to a fast start. Bulldog running back and safety Cordell Mattox provided the check for that box when he took the open-

ing kickoff and returned it 95 yards. “Cordell has a knack of making the big plays when we need it,” Fowler said. Another element of that successful game plan is a solid running game. No problem there either as fullback Marcus Burton gained 168 yards on 18 carries and a myriad of other

backs added another 130 yards on the ground. “Marcus did a great job of carrying the load. He has been hoping for a chance to be the lead back and tonight was his turn,” the coach said. “FUMA took away our outside running game, but that opened up

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NASCAR returns to Richmond for double-header weekend By Billy Fellin Sports Editor

There’s just one race left in the regular season of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. And, there’s still some intrigue left prior to Saturday’s Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway about who will or won’t make the Chase for the Sprint Cup field. Of the 16 spots open for the Chase, 13 of them are filled up already. Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr., Kurt Busch, Joey Logano, Tony Stewart and Kyle Larson are all locked into the grid by virtue of them having won races this season and being in the top 30 in the points standings. Chris Buescher, who won the rain-shortened Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway, is in the 13th lockedin spot, but is the one that is most vulnerable to falling outside of the top 30.

Bulldogs continued from >12 opportunities for our fullbacks to pound them inside.” Quarterback Tanner Bradshaw took advantage of that beefy running game to open up opportunities through the air. The senior signal caller went 3-for-4 with two touchdowns. “Tanner did a great job of managing the game and taking advantage of the times he got to put the ball in the air.” Mattox gathered in two of those passes, both resulting in scores. And any good coach will tell

Buescher is only 11 points ahead of 31st place in the standings and certainly needs a solid run at Richmond to make his playoff dreams come true. Unfortunately for Buescher, Richmond hasn’t been his best track statistically in his career. “For whatever reason, that one has been tough on me always,” he said after his fifth place finish at Bristol Motor Speedway on Aug. 21. “I’m excited that we have figured out some stuff in the past nine, 10 weeks that has translated over to a lot of different racetracks and I think it’s definitely something that will translate to Richmond. I expect to be competitive at Richmond this time around.” Chase Elliott, Austin Dillon and Jamie McMurray are the three drivers currently in on points, with Ryan Newman and Kasey Kahne within striking distance. To clinch, Elliott would need to finish 17th if he leads no laps and there is a new winner. If there’s a repeat winner,

he just needs to finish 24th if he leads no laps, 25th if he leads one and 26th if he leads the most. Elliott, a rookie, hasn’t raced at night at Richmond before in a Sprint Cup car. He finished 12th in the spring race at RIR. Dillon needs to finish eighth if he leads no laps and there’s a new winner on Saturday night to clinch, and as high as 15th if there is a repeat winner. Dillon has an average finish of 24.2 at RIR in five career Sprint Cup races. McMurray needs to finish as high as sixth to clinch a spot in the Chase if there is a repeat or new winner and he leads no laps. “Our cars are better now than they’ve been all year long,” McMurray said. “We’ve run well the last few weeks. If we don’t have anything crazy happen, we’ll be in good shape.” Elliott, Dillon and McMurray will qualify for the Chase if they all hold serve and they aren’t overtaken by Newman or Kahne.

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you that defense wins games, and securing the outside edge is always a major goal for any defense. Ricky Mayfield and Clay Brooks consistently turned Blue Devils runners back toward the middle, and forced FUMA freshman quarterback to seek solutions through the air and send his running backs up the middle against a stout Bulldog defense. “Ricky and Clay did a great job of redirecting their running game back into the teeth of our defense and then those guys made a lot of tackles,” said Fowler. “When FUMA tried to pass, they had to get rid of it

quick because of the pressure that our defensive line was getting.” Fork Union quarterback Luke Wilson did have some success through the air, and, after finding themselves on the business end of a 21-3 score, drew close at halftime after a Wilson to Nathan Brisbrow TD completion. But the Blue Devils fate was sealed when their first drive of the second half ended deep in Bulldog territory without producing a single point when Calvin Martin picked a Wilson pass inside the Bulldog 10yard line. Burton quickly reeled off

a 49-yard run that ended any hopes of a quick turnaround for the Blue Devils. An injury to power runner Donovan Benoit made the comeback effort even more difficult. Like any coach, Fowler did note a few areas of concern. The Bulldogs’ signature jet sweep was grounded for most of the evening due to the goliath play of Blue Devils linebacker Iosefa Pua’auli. And the coach wants to see the ball in the hands of Mattox more often. “We still need to do a better job of getting him involved in our running game,” he said.

“We need to do a better job of blocking for him.” But, overall the coach didn’t find much to complain about after his team shut down the Blue Devils in the second half, only allowing a late game insignificant score for the visitors, making the final 38-17. Bulldog defensive back Perry Snead-Johnson added another interception to the defense’s impressive numbers and setting up a fourth quarter field goal by Zach Gordon. “After our offensive showing last week, it was nice to get into a rhythm and move the ball effective against such a good team,” Fowler said.

Now, the team tees it up for real as James River District play begins this week at Amelia. Kickoff for that game is 7 p.m. Fowler likes the way his team is entering that mission. “After the way we looked in our two scrimmages, I don’t know if a lot of people would have predicted that we would be 2-0” he said. “But we have a very tight knit group of kids who have rallied around each other and if we can keep improving and taking care of the little things, we can have a special season.” Goochland returns home on Sept. 16 against Robert E. Lee.

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t’s easy to lose sight of just how important American labor is to our very way of life, and how workers across the country rise daily and make our system work. It all begins with a buzzing alarm clock and millions heading off to perform the services and provide the goods that make life comfortable and enjoyable for a nation that is abundantly blessed. Listening to the current political campaign, I hear bleak predictions for the men and women who comprise our American workforce. The number of jobs lost and the numerous companies that have taken their business overseas is offered as evidence of a declining economic environment, and predicts a gloomy forecast for a nation. It’s certainly a fact that the number of manufacturing jobs has declined steadily for more than a decade, and the reasons for that reduction are numerous and complicated. Simply, put, the nation’s economy changes as conditions dictate. The changes are uncomfortable for some and lifechanging for others, but the decline of some elements of the economic cycle are not new or unique to our system. And American labor has always answered the call, and adjusted to the differing demands, providing a willing and qualified pool of workers to fill the needs of a changing economy. Across the South, many who once worked in numerous textile factories now are employed by car manufacturers. When I graduated from high school, many of my classmates began careers with companies that lasted a lifetime. Careers on the railroad or major manufacturers were prize catches for graduates who didn’t want or need to attend college. Those opportunities are few and far between today, and most of us face a career reality that involves multiple employees and maybe even a career change or two. Through it all, the American worker has provided the solid and dependable cog in the nation’s economic wheel. With challenges and changes facing them, they continue to adapt and accept new circumstances in the labor market. It’s evident that our nation is reevaluating how we prepare our workforce. Attend any community college

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and you’ll find just as many adults in training programs as younger students. Y ou’ll also notice an expanded list of certification programs that prepare students for jobs that could last a lifetime and provide the security that seems so elusive in a changing economic environment. One leader at a local community college put it simply as he outlined new programs for two- and four-year career and technical students. “A good plumber makes more than a lousy lawyer.” We appropriately take time to recognize and memorial-

ize a number of our nation’s heroes, founders and historic figures. But, Labor Day is reserved to celebrate the ingenuity and tenacity of the American worker, an unshakable force who has never shied from the task at hand. It’s a well deserved recognition of the millions of us who recognize and appreciate the right to work and enjoy the benefits of well earned paycheck. Where we perform or the techniques of how we perform that work may change as wants and needs dictate, but one vital element of our economic success will remain constant — the American worker.


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CANCER • Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, you are not a fan of instability, which is why you like to plan everything down to the smallest detail. This week you may have to loosen up a little bit.

TAURUS • Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, you spend much of the week daydreaming, but someone or something unexpected snaps you back to reality. Enjoy this pleasant surprise.

LEO • Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you manage to attract attention pretty much everywhere you go this week, in spite of your efforts to be as inconspicuous as possible. Chalk it up to your magnetic personality.

GEMINI • May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, others interpret your focus this week as single-mindedness, and they aren’t quite sure what to make of it. Do your best to keep collea gues in the loop.

VIRGO • Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, you are emotionally charged of late, and that is perfectly fine. It may take a few days for you to begin thinking more with your head than your heart.

LIBRA • Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, a friend’s free spirit inspires you in the week ahead. Team up and plan an adventure together, or simply find time to spend with each other. SCORPIO • Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, many thoughts are swirling around in your head, and this puts you in an introspective mood. Make the most of this reflective period and think about your long-term goals. SAGITTARIUS • Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, professional obligations are keeping you close to home and that can be frustrating when you want to wander. Check the calendar to see when you can get away.

CAPRICORN • Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, make the most of your positive attitude and look for fun ways to spend time with friends and family. Engage in some light conversation with others who share your optimism. AQUARIUS • Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, a rewarding feeling awaits as you work to solve a challenging problem. The solution won’t come easy, but your hard work will pay off. PISCES • Feb 19/Mar 20 Others are noticing the excellent work you have been doing, Pisces. Anticipate a few pats on the back and enjoy all of the praise.

THIS WEEK’S ANSWERS

CLUES ACROSS 1. Kiln 5. American time 8. Female sibling 11. Fencing sword 13. Spoken in Laos 14. Swiss river 15. Fictional Middle-earth 16. ÒThe Real WorldÓ (abbr.) 17. Replacement worker 18. Form after cuts 20. Frozen water 21. Irritates 22. Type of bread 25. Female peace officers 30. Where to put things 31. Commercials 32. Hard drinker 33. Take in 38. Copy 41. Volume of published materials 43. Used to be called ÒskimÓ 45. Organizes 47. Parts of worms 49. __ Khan: hereditary title 50. A cravat with wide square ends 55. Central China mountain range

ARIES • Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, exercise patience as you try to resolve a situation this week. You may have found a solution that works for everyone, but it may take time for others to adjust.


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