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8A-Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2003 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 'ers Richland's Junior Gold team scored at the 2:12 mark to bring period lead. Krause and Fink added a pair of wins against two the margin back to two goals, assisted Thiel on the Rangers' tough Oiler teams in Watford Fink again put a puck away for final goal of the period. City and Minot over the week- Richland with 1:35 left to play An unassisted goal by Berndt end. to create the 4-1, three-goal win shortly in the second period and In a Saturday night outing in for the Rangers. Krause assisted a Thiel goal with 6:53 left in the Watford City, Richland skated Berndt andFinkwithRichland's second period handed the to a 4-1 victory. The Rangers final two goals. Rangers a margin of 5-0over the thenhosted Minot Sunday after- Goalie Sean McGough gad a Minot Oilers. Fink and John noon and clenched a 7-3 win. good game in net for the Kalberer assisted Thiel with his Against Watford City, Tyler Rangers stopping 24 shots on goal in the second. Thiel put the Rangers ahead goal as Richland was forced to Thiel again found the net for with 8:17 remaining in the first play short-handed for 28 min- the Rangers at the 12:50 mark in period off an assist from Brady utes of the game. the final period off an assist McDowell. In Sunday's matchup with from Brady McDowell, and Cole Fink scored quickly in Minot, Richland got out to an with a McDowell goal scored the second period with theearly three-goal lead in the first with 16 seconds remaining assists going to Evan Krause period Joe Kallevig, assistedby assisted by Krause and Thiel, and Mike Kunda to hand Rich- Brett Balcer and David Stennes, Richland claimed the four-goal land a 2-0 advantage, began the scoring for Richland win. At the nine-minute mark in the at the 16:09 mark. Richard Callen assumed net second, the Oilers came back to A Fink-assisted Krause goal duties for the Rangers against narrow the Rangers' lead to a with 5:05 remaining, combined Minot and had a nice game with point, 2-1. Kelly Berndt coun- with goal scored by Thiel at the 14 saves. tered for Richland with a goal 2:12 mark, led to the 3-0 first- e one-pol OSS Savage's boys lost control of Froid Saturday night to suffer a five-point halftime lead over 63-55 defeat at the hands of the PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY Savage's Leah Rambur, left, takes it up against Fairview's Alissa Klose in 1-C action last Friday night in Fairview. Rambur netted 10 points in Savage's one-point loss to Froid Saturday night. Girls Conf. All Boy Conf, All Savage 5-0 7-4 Fairview 6-0 12-0 Circle 4-1 7-5 Lambert 3-1 9-3 Lambert 2-2 6-6 Circle 3-2 6-6 " Richey 2-4 5-7 Savage 1-4 7-5 Fairview 0-6 1-12 Richey 0-6 1-11 Cardinals. Froid jumped out to a 15-10 first-quarter advantage over the Warriors. Savage came back in the second period to put up 22 points compared to Froid's 12 to take a 32-27 lead at the half. The Cardinals, however, retal- iated with a 21-13 scoring advantage in the third quarter to gain a 48-45 lead heading into the fourth period. Unfortunately, the Warriors came up short in the final quarter to suffer the non-conference loss to the Car- dinals. Cole Tombre led Savage with 20 points. Jerrit Schmierer ended the game with 14 points followed by Phil Pust with 12. Tad Dobraska finished with five points while Shea Herbert and Travis Tombre each netted two points for the Warriors. Savage girls 42 Froid 43 A strong fourth quarter come- back by Savage's girls Saturday was not quite enough to over- come the Lady Cardinals as Savage fell by a single point, 43- 42. A 10-5 first-quarter lead by Froid was extended to 24-17 at the half as the Cardinals outscored Savage 14-12 in the second period. Froid again put up more points than the Warriors with an 11-7 scoring edge in the third quarter. The score heading into the final period saw Froid with 35-24 lead. Savage put together a, strong fourth quarter with 18 points, but fell a point shy of the Cardi- nals' tally. Jolyn Ler led the Warriors with 14 points followed by Leah Rambur with 10. Christa Ler ended play with five points while Mandi Etzel and Jill Jor- gensen added four points. Sheila Schow and Amanda Fischer fin- ished with three and two points, respectively. Savage's teams are at Circle Friday and host Bainville Satur- day. ::i: :ii!!!. -'+:!i Girls Basketball Boys Basketball Friday, Jan. 24 Thrusday Jan. 23 Sidney vs Hardin Fairview at Bainville Richey at Brockton Friday Jan. 24 Fairview at Bainville Savage at Circle Sidney at Hardin Culbertson vs Froid Richey at Brockton Saturday, Jan. 25 Savage at Circle Sidney at Colstrip Culbertson vs Froid Culbertson at Richey Saturday Jan. 25 Fairview vs Circle Culbertson at Richey Savage vs Bainville Fairview vs Circle Tuesday, Jan. 28 Lambert vs Sidney vs Plentywood Flaxville/Outlook Culbertson at Lambert Savage vs Bainville Wrestling Hockey Thursday, Jan. 23 Friday, Jan. 24 Sidney vs Glendive Girls vs Williston 6 p.m. Saturday Jan. 25 Saturday, Jan. 25 Sidney vs Colstrip/Hardin Mites vs Williston 11 a.m. in Glendive PeeWee vs Bismarck Gymnastics 1 p.m. Saturday Jan. 25 & Girls vs Crosby 3 p.m. Sunday Jan. 26 Barntam vs Bottineau Sidney at Fargo 5 p.m. Levels 5 to 10 Sunday, Jan. 26 Saturday Jan. 25 PeeWee vs Bismarck Sidney vs Hamilton 11 a.m. Mites vs Dickinson 1 p.m. Basketball (boys) Sidney 67-Poplar 72 Sidney 66-Wolf Point 42 Fairview 45-Savage 36 Fairview 68-Richey 29 Richey 37-Circle 50 Lambert 109-Bainville 63 Lambert 66-Brockton 75 Savage 55-Froid 63 Basketball (girls) Sidney 63-Wolf Point 64 Sidney 52-Poplar 32 Lambert 54-Bainville 17 Lambert 59-Brockton 35 Richey 35-Circle 47 Richey 34-Fairview 22 Savage 58-Fairview 30 Savage 42-Froid 43 Wrestling Sidney 42-Miles City 25 Sidney 52- Williston 24 Baker Duals - Sidney 1st Jr. Gold Hockey Rangers 4-Watford City 1 I 7-Minot 3I II brought I 2000 W. Holly 433-6406 489-6406 across from Fair Grounds Used A DDIiances for Sale 3-Refrigerators 1-Freezer 11-Dryers I 8-Washin9 machines e Ryan Hecker, top, shown in control of s 119-pound weight division at Baker. PHOTO BY match earlier this season. Hecker ,ers urne e amp ons e Sidney's wrestlers overcame a season obstacle Saturday at the Baker Invitationals by defeating North Dakota's number-one ranked team from Dickinson. The Eagles, with 106 points, won the tourna- ment followed by Dickinson with 84. Baker tal- lied 59 points for a third-place finish. Nine Sidney wrestlers competed in the cham- pionship matches. At 105 pounds, Derek Fritz lost a close 4-2 decision to Dickinson's Jake Mellman. Two Sidney wrestlers squared off at 112 pounds for the championship, Ryan Hecker and Brent Sorenson. Hecker won the match. At 119 pounds, Byron Kuylen lost a tight 2-1 overtime decision to Glasgow's Cory Johnson. Brady Carpenter lost a 13-2 decision to Michael Eustice, Broadus, at 125 pounds. Gresh Melby, at 135 pounds, decisioned Glendive's Matt Siegle, 10-3. Nate Williams lost a 3-0 decision to Joe tilini, Baker, at 145 pounds. At 189 Gary Melby pinned Baker's Jordan in 1:30. Lico Sifuentes, at heav 2 decision to Baker's Carson Beach. Currently, Sidney has eight wrestlers ranked. Rated number one are Fritz (105), (112) and Kuylen (119). Gresh Melby (135) and Sifuentes weight) are rated number two. Ranked third are Doug Copeland Williams (145). Gary Melby (189) is rated fifth. Sidney is currently rated number Class A polling behind Libby and Poison. The Eagles are at home Glendive and take on Colstrip and Glendive Saturday. S tourname The Williston Elementary Boys and Girls Basketball Tour- nament is scheduled for Feb. 8- 9. Divisions include grades 4-6. The girls' divisions will com- pete Feb. 8 with theboys to fol- low Feb. 9. Teams are guaran- teed three games. To assure entry, send the team's name, manager's name, address, phone $75 entry fee to: WPR tary BB y, 1153, Williston, Entry fee must entry form. Entries received by Feb. 4 to spot in the more information, call ! at 1-877-602-3281. PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY Sixth-grader Kim Schulz, right, takes a shot against Katie Asbeck in 2002 grade school action. The Sidney Herald would like to help residents keep former area athletes. If anyone has any information pertaining to local high uates and their involvement or achievements at a hi whether it be competing or coaching, e-mail the shnews @midrivers.com, fax at 406-482-7802 or Call at 1-800-736-5361. In the Devils Lake AnnualIcy City team as the Rangers VFW Pee Wee Tournament held suffered a 7-1 loss to the Vipers. Jan. 11-12, the Rangers skated Coming back strong in game their way to a consolation cham- two, the Rangers' goalie Bran- pionship, don Kringen recorded a shut out Chris Lee scored the Rangers' in a 3-0 victory over the Rugby lone goal the first game of the Ice Hawks. Lee assisted Matt tournament against a tough Val- Harris and Kylen Welnel for NORTHERN PI.AI NS Announcing Friday, Jan. 24 Sidney girls basketball vs Hardin 7:30 p.m. Sidney boys basketball at Hardin 9 p.m. (tape delay) Saturday, Jan. 25 Sidney girls basketball at Colstrip 7:30 p.m. goals against Rugby Robert Swenson added a sisted goal. The from Morden, da and came away win as well as the championship. Lee and set up John Brisben Rangers' initial goal game. Lee put in Harris, J.D. Hardy Braaten also were Brisben, Tyrel Sveet. Also contributing team's success were men Keanne Fink, van, Chris Carver Nygaard along with Casey Denowh and Kringen assumed duties for all three The Pee Wee team play Jan. 18 in Minot' 19 at Bottineau.