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FEB. 22, 2004 fall,, by points round into a man-to-man de- Opening round tour- in Glasgow points teams dur- the game as at- ust short score 41-38. holding an ear- Tad Dobras- 12-foot a Scobey went by a fi- I0-4 first- Nar- zone initial period to for an inside lead min- half, 13- shrunk to the field the first half corn- 42.9 mr- as Chris Albright I rebound for an mark. four to take a 19-12 into the , came out cut dckly nar- single left in went on a 6-0 throws by A1- of 27-24. Once l'mal four :into the Alex McPher- move by advantage an- two-point the buck- land, A1- by Warriors of. Points fol- , seven points added with Selvig ! Lambert's Drue Vaira drives between Whitewater defenders Shade Stiles sional tournament action Thursday night in Glasgow. ,1,~.,~ , . ~. ..~ 7 , ," A talented field'of 2:C girls basketball players gathered in Sidney last weekend and gave fans four days of exciting action. The best of the best, as voted by district coaches, are as fol- lows: To illustrate how competitive the tourna- ment was, there was a two-way tie for the tour- nament's most valuable player. Circle's Brit- tany Hove and Lambert's Jacqueline Irigoin shared MVP honors. Rounding out the first team were Culbertson's Ashley Moran, Brock- ton's Loretta Brown and Lambert's Kendra Steppler. Second team honors went to Richey's Robin The Sidney AAU wrestlers competed at the Poplar Invita- tional Tournament Saturday. Results are as follows: TOT DIVISION Placing first were Trace Jones (45 pounds B) and Gar- rett Basta (50 pounds). Peyton Tofte placed second (45 pounds) while Bridger Bridges placed third (40 pounds). BANTAM DIVISION First place went to Ethan Graves (40 pounds), Nathan Anderson (70 pounds) and Tate Getchell (84 pounds). Placing second were Gresh Jones (50 pounds B) and Ry- der Rice (55 pounds B). Sheri- dan Sundheim placed third at 50 pounds. Lane Obergfell (45 DUANE NORBY I SIDNEY HERALD (25) and Kenneth Reichelt in divi- Colbert, Bainville's Kayla Hauso, Froid- Medicine Lake's Carly French, Culbertson's Jenna Bolstad and Bainville's Chelsea Portra. Honorable mention went to Bainville's Ray- na Berndt, Froid-Lake's Chantel Ostby and Cir- cle's Kalli Peterson and Elise Rolandson. Selections for the first-team all-tournament defensive team include Bainville's Hauso and Berndt, Culbertson's Bolstad and Moran and Froid-Lake's Jessie Strandlund. Second team members include Circle's Hove and Lorena Birkley, Froid-Lake's Whitney Schmidt, Lambert's JaNae Klempel and Richey's Hayley Carr. pounds) and Dillon Lunderby (50 pounds B) each placed fourth. Placing fifth were Trent Schilling (55 pounds) and Hunter Severson (84 pounds). Trey Bloesser (45 pounds) and Nate Turner (55 pounds) each placed sixth. Mens leogue results i I DEE 98 Re- Fulkerson Funeral Home 67, Pub 0 Thiel Bros. Roofing 55 , J&L Sidney Health Center 67, Bob's Pickup/Quad R 59 Center 69, Pizza House 73, Ranger Lounge 61 J&L Fencing 74, Winners FF& 15 Pub 57 108, K- S bowling results -2,01 Treatments of .... Sport & Work Injuries Accidents Other Pain Conditions -222 Thursday A.M. League Janene Halverson - 218 New Trl viCkie Heller - 208 Pam Oyloe - 244 Joan Wilson- 202 Kings & Queens Gail Enget - 252 -211-164= 627 series MIDGET DIVISION Chisum Lewis placed first at 50 pounds. Third place went to Bryan Messer (50 pounds), Austin Bridges (65 pounds), lake Lunderby (75 ,pounds), Dace Fischer (80 pounds) and Jimmy Topp (103 pounds). NOVICE 'DIVISION First place went to Leith Johnson (60 pounds), Brady Sundheim (112 pounds) and Tyler Schilling (120 pounds). PeeWees place third Six teams competed this year in the PeeWee annual home tournament, the Dickin- son Mavericks, Glasgow Ice Dawgs, GLR Ice Dawgs, Este- van Bruins and the Prairie Storm fron Balgonie, Sask. First up for the PeeWees were the GLR Ice Dawgs. Matthew H ris opened the scoring for Richland on a pass from John Brisben. Harris ended the game with a hat trick and Brisben with a play- maker and a goal. Also scor- ing were Matt Donvan, Lyle Peters and Skyler Hardy. Adding assists were Chris Ny- gaard, Robert Swenson, Tyler Christensen and Landon Smith with two. The Rangers won the game 7-3. Next up for the Rangers Brady Bouchard placed sec- ond at 105 pounds. Clint Dunn (80 pounds) and Trevor Tracy (85 pounds) each placed third. Placing fourth were Brennan Gorder (85 pounds) and Alexander Thornock (112 pounds). SCHOOLBOY DIVISION Placing first were Levi Johnson (75 pounds), Jayme Kelly (80 pounds), Lane Houchen (90 pounds) and Chad Dunn (120 pounds). Sec- ond place went to Ian Kessler at 125 pounds. Steven Iszler placed second at 160 pounds. ELITE DIVISION Kyle Williams won his weight class at 152 pounds. at home tourney were the Prairie Storm. They beat the home team 6-0 and went on to beat the Estevan Bruins for the tourney cham- pionship. The Rangers defeat- ed Dickinson 7-0 for the third- place trophy. Scoring for the Rangers were Kameron Milne and Brisben with one goal each, Swenson added two goals while Harris finished with another hat trick. Adding assists were Peters and T. Christensen. Keane Fink and Brisben ended the game with two each. Brandon Kringen played all three games in goal. Also playing this week were Jordan Sveet and Grant Christensen. Next up for the PeeWees is a trip to Bismarck to face Bis- marck and Mandan. SIDNEYHERALD BY DUANE NORllY SIDNEY HERALD It took an overtime period, but the Lions prevailed by a four-point margin to advance over Whitewater in opening- round action at the Eastern "C" tournament Thursday night. A hard-picking Penguin team jumped out to an early lead over Lambert before a scoring offensive rebound by Ryan Irigoin and three-point- er by Drue Vaira narrowed Whitewater's lead to a point, 8- 7. A three-pointer by the Pen- guins' Kenneth Reichelt was matched by an old-fashion three-point play by Vaira as Lambert still trailed by a sin- gle point with two minutes left in the initial period, 13-12. The score heading into the second stanza remained at a three-point deficit for the Li- ons, 19-16. The Penguins increased their advantage to six points before a three-pointer by Jor- den Nelson and nice inside feed from Nelson to R. Irigoin again cut the lead to point at 25-24 midway through the quarter. The score became knotted at 29-29 as a good inside-out feed from Brett Irigoin to R. Irigoin netted two points for the Li- ons. Lambert took over the lead as R. Irigoin scored off the offensive glass handing Lambert a halftime lead of 31- 29. Whitewater went on a 7-0 run to start the second half be- fore a hard-earned three-point play by R. Irigoin and strong drive down the lane by Vaira deadlocked the game at 36-36. The Penguins again went on a run, this time of 6-1, before the Lions came alive offensive- ly A "three" by Vaira and good down court pass from Michael Mullin to B. Irigoin knotted the contest once again. Although a breakaway buck- et by B. Irigoin handed the Li- ons a two-point advantage late in the period, Whitewater countered with field goal of its own. The score at the close of the third stanza saw the two teams tied at 4444. An inside bucket by Mullin and baseline drive by R. Irigoin resulted in a 54-50 Lambert advantage with 3:06 left to play in regulation. Al- though a spread offense by the Lions helped Nelson to an easy score inside, whitewater came back to cut Lambert's lead to 62-59 with 16.8 seconds left in the pe- riod. Reichelt, however, again connected from three-point land to send the game into O.T. A turnaround jumper in the lane and baseline drive by R. Irigoin helped Lambert to a 66- 64 advantage, and with a strong defensive rebound by R. Irigoin, Lambert held off the late Whitewater assault, R. Irigoin netted 35 points to lead all scorers for the Lions. Vaira finished with 14 points followed by Nelson with seven and B. Irigoin with six. Mullin ended play with four points while Nathan Diede added two. Whitewater was led by Re- ichelt with 18 points and Dako- ta Taylor with 16. sp0 @ .cm i i i, DLIA~4E NORBY J SIDNEY I~WI} Lamberl's Jacq. ueline Irigoin scores on a jumper in action earlier this season. Irigoln was co-MVP d lhe district 2-{: gtds tournament. Fairview wrestles at Poplar AAU Invite Six wrestlers from the Fairview Wrestling Club placed at the Poplar Invitation- al held Feb. 14. Placing first were Taryn Candee (40-pound Tot) and Monte Cayko (4 pound Ban- tam). lace Taylor placed sec- ond in the ll2-pound Midget division while Mitchell Shaide (45-pound Tot) and Alex Taylor (Bantam) each placed third. Jonathan Shaide placed sixth in the 60-pound Midget division. DOT Physicals 222 2nd Ave. SW, Sidney t AvaUable Chiropractic Open Mon.-Fri. 8 aim.-6 p.m. ,, 433,4757 Toll Free !!~ii