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4 SUNDAY, JAN. 13, 2019 Sport SIDNEY HERALD Wrestlers post 46-9 home ictor BY Blll VANDER WEELE SIDNEY HERALD The “pin chain” for Sidney’s wrestling team had quite a workout on Tuesday. The chain, given to a wrestler that registers a pin, changed hands often between teammates as the Eagles stopped Miles City by a 46-9 final. “We got a lot of our younger wrestlers a chance to see if they were ready for the var- sity level and they were,” Sidney Coach Guy Melby said of the dual. Melby encourages fans to attend the dual meet this Tuesday against Colstrip, the top-ranked wrestling team in Class B-C. Sidney is ranked first in Class A. Action begins at 6 pm. “That will be our best home dual,” Melby said. Down by a 30 team score, the Eagles went ahead to stay against Miles City when Deegan Carranza pinned Orrin Russell in 2:57 at 113 pounds. Sidney’s Grad ’ ttDflRfiREELE 1 5mm Sidney’s Everett Jensen gains the upper-hand in his match on Tuesday night. placed escort invitation" a a. Sponsored By Nelson followed with an 110 major decision vic- tory over Orin Muri. At 126 pounds, Ever- ett Jensen pinned Jake Murnion to put the Eagles up by a 16-3 team margin. Sidney kept rolling when Kolten Reid pinned Bryce Hirsch in 1:22 at 132 pounds. Christian Dean then pinned Tommy Baker in 5:28 at 138 pounds. Zan- der Burnison followed with a pin in 3:43 over Dalton Tvedt. The Eagles gained a 40—3 team advantage when Dylan Lutz pinned Austin Roberts in 40 seconds at 152 pounds. Trevor Dean pinned Colten Steen in 4:45 at 182 pounds. The dual ended with Miles City’s Archie Swift scoring a pin in 44 seconds over Trey Schepens at heavy- weight. The Eagles were ranked first in the lat- est Class A poll. Havre placed second, Polson was third, Frenchtown took fourth and Ronan Sldney 406-488-8706 Stanley 701628-8706 GIRLS BASKETBALL ATHLETE t * OFTHEWEEK * t * Junior [like that everybody Is encouraging and we work on the , team together Sidney’s Deegan Carranza works for a pin against Miles City. Ranked first for the Ea- gles were Aden Graves at 132, Christian Dean at 138 and Jett Jones at 182. Sidney’s wrestlers ranked second were Kaiden Cline at 113, Jace Winter at 152 and Riley Waters at 160. Ranked third were Kolby Hutzenbiler at 103, Trevor Dean at 170 and Brodey Skogen at heavyweight. Ranked fourth are Jordan Darby at 120, Everett Jensen at 126 and Zander Burnison at 145. Kade Graves was ranked fifth at 138. Ryan Wyman was ranked sixth at 205. The Sidney Wrestling Sidney’s Amaiya Kirn club traveled to Omaha . came home with the Neb., this past weekend championship in her with a great group of division. Montana wrestlers. Montana brought 39 The AAU Winter Youth wrestlers. " . Placers from Montana 3 * are: first SUBMITTED Sidney’s Amaiya Kirn came home with the title in her division. third third Chance Waters, Sidney, Nationals is one of the fourth toughest that Sidney “tion. Amaiya Kirn, Sidney, Cooper Gardner, Miles City, first Angelina Escarcega, Poplar, second Jaydeen Hanshew, Glasgow, third Tarin Degrand, Baker Natalie Cooper: Poplar, Espyn Hostetler, Glen- Dylan Lutz takes control. Area wrestlers capture honorsut notional meet y over Miles City Bill VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERAlD Bill VANDER WEELE l SIDNEY'HERMD ' SUDMlTlED Sidney’s Gordon Knapp wrestles hard during a match in Omaha. Knapp placed fifth at the MU Winter Y Nationals. Cierra Norton, Circle, Gordon Knapp, Sidney, club attends with 14 mats dive, fourth fourth fifth . a“ , and two days of competi— Currey Brown, Miles ShalynnPedersen’ Nathan Romoi Sldney’ City, fourth Glasgow, fourth Sixth ODr‘Outdbors: Muskie bucktailtutoria‘l, part two BY NICK SIMONSON DAKOTA EDGE OUTDOORS In the first part of this tutorial, we tied up a gray and white 5/0 bucktail treble hook as part of a project to develop a customizable option for pike and muskie fish- mg. In this second installment, we’ll assemble the lure which will pro- vide enough flash and vibration to trigger the wariest members of the esox family and bring together the handiwork on the hook with the attraction and casting weight of the spinner: LURE MATERIALS Shaft: Loope'd End .051” Shaft Hook: Dressed 5/0 Mustad 3551 on 4H Split Ring Body: Four 1/4” .052” Hole Beads & l-inch Brass Body with .052" Hole Blade: Size 7 Fluted Indiana on #6 Stirrup Clevis The assembly portion of our project starts with a twelve-inch long, .051-inch diameter inline spinner shaft. Pre-looped shafts and all of the components needed for this project are available from component dealers such as lurepartsonline.com. These shafts allow for a perfectly-formed connection point where the body . components can stack up as we add them and cut the wire- bend- ing part of the project in half. Start by selecting several large nickel-plated brass beads and a. nickel-plated brass body with at . least .052-inch diameter holes in them. These components are bright, heavy, and flashy. They also fit in perfectly with our flee- _ ing baitfish color scheme. Most bead and body components will have a slightly flared hole on the bottom and a thinner hole on the top. Thread two heads on the wire shaft and add the larger lure body on top of the beads. As a spacer, add two more nickel beads above the lure body. To create turbulence which will not only cause the bucktail hairs on the business end of the lure to pulsate but also send a vibra- tion to the lateral lines of pike and muskies lurking in the water, add the spinner blade. For this moderate-sized lure, we’ll use a matching blade, such as the #7 fluted Indiana blade and a size 6 stirrup clevis. Place the bottom hole of the clevis on the spinner shaft, thread the blade onto the clevis with the cup of the blade facing the 'shaft, and thread the top hole of the clevis onto the shaft. In order to craft a secure tie-in point where ‘a leader can easily be clipped for casting, you will need a pair of needle-nose or round-nose pliers and some muscle. Grasp the spinner shaft with the pliers approximately one inch above the top bead. With your other hand, grab the portion of the spinner shaft extending above thepliers and bend it 270 degrees around the nose of the pliers. Do not bend the shaft of the spinner below v the, pliers as 'this will damage the lure and prevent it from rotating ‘ . correctly. Iiw WWW... ‘ Applying a little more elbow grease, begin to wrap the tag end of the wire around the shaft below the pliers. Make three wraps around the shaft, forming a secure tie-in point that will not be bent straight by a big fish. Using a heavy-duty side cutter or tin- snips, clip the tag end of the wire shaft of, leaving a secure connec- tion point. To connect the bucktail treble to the spinner, open a heavy-duty split ring with a pair of split ring pliers. Thread the eye of the hook into the opening, and secure split ring on the hook, so that it closes completely. Open the split ring again with the split-ring pliers and thread the looped bottom of the wire shaft into the opening. Secure the loop inside the split ring. Your lure is now complete. These compact bucktails shine for early-season muskies and can be cast or trolled for pike, which take to them relentlessly For the fish in your waters, the lures can be customized in color, length and V blade size, and additionally buck- tail coils and hooks can be added above the dressed trele to create 1 additional bulk. * , Once thebasics are firmly within your grasp, multi—bladed options and other tricks of the trade for crafting pike and muskie lures are an easy. jump up the learning curve. Along winter of practice and perfection can pro- duce an array‘of lures to keep you on all sorts of big fish next spring and summer. u ‘ J , ‘