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4A SUNDAY, FEB. 10, 2019 SlDNEY HERALD basketball player suf- 37 Bill VINO“ WE!!! fered a season-ending emu HERALD knee injury in just his third football game of It was a day for cele— the season. Because brating at Fairview High School. Carson Cayko, a senior, officially signed his letter of intent to play football of the injury, he also couldn’t play this basket- ball season. “He really has handled it well,” Terry Cayko at Minot State Univer- said of the injury “He’s Slty. The ceremony 111, experienced a lot in his the gym featured family young life.” members, friends, school Terry said it was bene. thClals 3511‘? Members Of ficial that college coaches Fa1rv1ew 5 football team. contacted Carson soon The Calka famuy also after the injury was suf~ knew very Well] that fered and told him not to another ind1v1dua1 was worry and to just concen. present for the celebra- tram on his recovery, “To tlon despite havmg a me that really eased his much different View- point. Carson’s father, Ja- mind,” Terry said. “I’m proud of the way so“, 13355951 away ,ln 2008 he handled his injury” after a divmg acoldent. Free 'S'gfique kept his Carson said he always head up and prevailed.” thinks of his father at Instead of feeling I’ m lucky that I am sorry for himself, Carson trained as much as possible throughout his play now for tour recovery He.s talking about being on Fair- more years' view’s track team this spring. “He's definitely been (“M “Y” blessed with God-given Fairview High School senior talent, but he has worked so hard to get to this point,” Terry said. still/AMBER WEEli [5mm Htuu . Carson will la SAM such milestone events. linebacker forpmgMinot Above, Carson Cayko I Wish he was here to State Beavers surrounded by his football see this,” Carson said. “You have to move on,” teammates in Foirviow. “JUSt knowmg that he’s Carson said of his recov- - - RI hi, C 0 Si no his letter up there watchmg 13 t 9” Process- “I'm lucky «inmm‘mia Minot goodnenough for me right that man may now for now. four more years... State University whlle Terry Cayko, father of Carson said the main his brother, Gunnar, and Jason and gmndfather reason he decided to play mother, Jessica, look on. Of Carson, said he knows football at Minot State is what Jason’s attitude that he was impressed would be F9331"de with the coaching staff. Carson’s tootball success. «It’s close enough to smile and puff out his Carson explained. chest,” Terry laughed. Two current Minot “He would be proud." Jacquelyn Free, sister State players, Pat Hardy of Fairview and Layne Beaver family, ” Cayko ‘c's. .(l‘si . ~r‘;‘l.‘¢' of Jason, added, “He ” swigart of Sidney, also WOUId be very PFQUd; encouraged Cayko to join Much of the Fairview the program. both are. Tyl n g ih 6 fl at WI n g Cayko,s attitude‘ After that I dec1ded to 10m the W : filarénd said. 'Y "a “mm ........................................................................... W traditional‘jungle cock mm 01mm feather eyes, .I like to add ‘ flash for gills, so take For a big streamer fly five or six strands of red with life—like baitfish krystal flash and tie in movement it’s tough to short delta—shaped gills beat the Flat Wing. Near- ly two-dimensional, with its tall, flat profile on the vise, this streamer Slims down in the water and with its large, arching on each side of the pat- tern behind the thread head. Secure everything in place and whip finish the head of the fly. Once complete. take a perma- top and bottom wings, it nent marker and color pulses with every strip the head of the fly (here, and twitch, enticing big black) and add a layer predator fish like bass of head cement to lock and pike to strike when everything in place. they see it from the side. Sparse is the name Unlike other bucktail , SlllelTEll of the game ~ don’t flies, there’s not a lot of overload the fly with, . . bulk or “731,311th th‘? Flat The Flat Wing can be customized to match various too mum ha“ 01: flaSh‘ wreSfllfig Team ng’ makmg It eager baitfish patterns in any water for pike, bass and other When kept relatlvely to cast. Tie a dozen or light, the materials will Our team took home first piece at Divisionals so in various forage pat. Pmdahrs- pulse and swim in the ‘ Good Job at Good Luck Eagles! toms and get ready for a letting it hang near the sparse pinch of white water with a simple“ spring and summer filled bend 0f the hOOk. bUthail With even tips strip-and-pause cadence, Sponsored By with smashing success, Start the fly by select— and add a few strands of giving this streamer a ing twolllirackles about silver krystal flash. On fife—hire presentation to Sirln‘ MATERIALS: tWO't0~ 86 times the top Of that, add a pinch hungry predators. CREATIVE C (H) ,1 483 6624 Hook; Mustad 3407‘Size length of the hook. Cut of bucktail with gray This simple black—and— ”“y «was; 489 2831 2 to 2/0 them out of the hackle layered under black in white versionoan be v Thread: 3/0 White selection just below the same length as the easily customized with Tail: 2 White Saddle Where the marabou fuzz While layer. . a grab bag of bucktail El B Hackles, Pearl Flash starts. Flip the hook Over and . pieces in a variety of Body: Pearl 13st Tie one on either side tie in another sparse colors to match the prey Overwing; White/ Of the hook shank and, pinch of white bucktail species in any water or Gray/Black Buckmn, put three or four strands as the underwing, before to create something wild SilverFlash of pearl krystal flash rotating the vise back made from confidence I ' Topwing; 3 Peacock on either side. Once to the standard holding colors, at t t OF THE WEE K 1h t it Herls I secure, tie in a four-inch position. Tweak and adjust Underwing: White strand of pearl estaz and On top of the no material lengths, hues Ma Bucktai], . advance the, thread about per wing, add in three and hook sizes to match Gills: Red Krystal 3/ 4 of the way up the strands of peacock what’s swimming in , Flash hook shank. herl that will reach front 'of pike, bass and ‘ Wrap the estaz forward to the back of the tail anythifig that eats * Insert the hook into to form the bOdY. tying haCkleS and Provide a smaller fish this spring ‘ . J“ 5‘3: Guard the vise and start the off and trimming the solid upper outline on and summer and you’ll fig I’m having a [at of thread on the shank, GXCGSS- the hall’s DI‘Ofile in the find success! fun mmaas ma At that pomt, tie in a water. As opposed to the coach. The team is really ’ . ‘- fun this year." We all get S'd I . maggot; I my gymnasts p ace at Minot competition The Sidney Gymnas— (fifth place) on uneven . , tics club hit the road this bars, 7.6 (fourth place) It 81,5 past weekend taking four on balance beam and 8.3 (Etnaiw ‘ gymnasts to Minot, ND, (sixth place) on floor. for the Kim Lupo Memo- Allison Thiel (12+, 59mm“ by: rial Qualifier gymnastics age group) scoring: 8.4 meet held Feb. 2. (fifth place) on vault, SGC had one competi- 8.225 (seventh place) on tor in the level 3 division. uneven bars, 9.0 (fourth l RANCE MENCV Jordyn Saulsby scor— place) on balance beam ing‘ 8.2 on vault, 7.8 and 7.9 (ninth place) on on uneven bars, 8.0 on floor. balance beam and 8.1 on Kambre Kloker (12+ floor. age group) scoring: 8.425 SGC had three competi- (fourth place) on vault, tors in the level 6 divi» 7.95 (ninth place) on sion (two age groups) uneven bars, 8.85 (filth , WWW l “mm” rgan Kindopp (9:11 place) on balance beam and 8.1 (eighth place) on Sidneyis level participants, from left, Kambre Kicker, group) 43.3 floor. Allison Thiel and Morgan Kindopp. (third place) all vault, 7.7