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SIDNEY HERALD Around our area WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019 5 . H Savage's girls basket- ball team accomplished school history when the Warriors played on Saturday night at the Class C state tournament during the weekend. Savage kept its sea- son alive with a 56-38 victory over Wibaux in loser-out action on Saturday morning. The hot outside of Tyler Lien and Haylie Conradsen led the Warriors to the victory. Both Lien and Conradsen hit four three-point shots against the Longhorns. The Warriors ended the second quarter on a strong note as a 16-footer by Soda Rice and a steal and pull-up jumper Ki- ana Miller put them up 28-20 at intermission. Another basket by Rice and a three-pointer by Lien increased the mar- gin to 37-23 midway into the third quarter. After Wibaux tallied seven of the next nine points, Lien connected from three-point range again for a 42-30 lead at the end of the period. A three-pointer by Lien and two by Conrad- sen early in the fourth quarter put the score at 51-32 early in the final quarter. Top scorers for Savage were Lien with 19, Con- radsen with 14 and Rice with 12 points. Also scoring were Mill- er with nine and Reghan Prevost with two. Rice finished with 11 rebounds. Leaders in steals were Lien with five and Prevost with four. Marni Schieffer led Wibaux with 14 points. Shantel Bertelsen had i0 rebounds for the Long- horns. In the third-place game, Savage fell short against Eastern C rival SUBMIffED Partee Golf winners Congratulations to Tuesday night league champions at Partee Golf in Fairview, Karst Krushers (Ted Karst, Darran Buxbaum, Alex Rosallas and Eric Schultz), top photo, for an exciting three-hole playoff win against Warren Well Services. Placing third were Tators and fourth place went to Dimpled Balls. On Wednesdaynight league, the championship went to Money Ballz (Adam Cayko, Ryan Kopp, Rob Breuer and Rance Chamberlain), bottom photo. Seconnd went to Powder Keg team. Taking third place was Hurley's Oil Field Services and fourth place was Eklipse Resources. Savage's Tyler Lien held in Great Falls. MYSSIE SANDERS l SUBMIITED takes aim during the state tournament Scobey by a 51-45 final on Saturday night. A basket by Miller and a three-pointer by Con- radsen put the Warriors up 24-23 to end the first half. After a drive by Con- radsen put Savage ahead by a 28-25 advantage early in the third quar- ter, Scobey went ahead to stay with 10 straight points. The Spartans led 37-31 at the end of the third quarter. A hoop by Rice and a free throw by Miller pulled the Warriors to 45-40 with 2:30 remain- ing in the contest. Lien then came away with a steal and layup for a 45-42 game with still 2:02 remaining. Scobey fought off the Warriors as Kortney Nel- son hit six free throws in the final 1:09 of the game. Call or email us 406-433-2403 oP email publisher@sidneyherald.com Conradsen led the War- riors wtih 15 points. Also scoring were Rice with nine, Prevost with eight and Lien with eight. Miller added five points. Leading Scobey were Nelson with 23 and ShaAnn Danelson with 16 points. Nelson was 10 for 10 from the foul stripe. She also had seven assists. Savage's girls' final comeback came up short as the Warriors lost to defending state cham- pion Box Elder, 59-51, in the semi-final round at the state tournament on Friday night: Five straight points by Kiana Miller gave Sav- age a 9-5 lead in the first quarter, but the Lady Bears accounted for the last 14 points of the first quarter for a 19-9 lead. JoelneU Momberg scored 11 of those points. After a turnaround shot by Lillian Gopher put Box Elder up 21-9, Savage's Hailee Conrad- sen responded with four straight points. Box Elder increased its lead to 27-13, but Savage pulled to 29-20 on four points by Soda Rice and a three-pointer by Tyler Lien. The Lady Bears led 31-20 at the half. Box Elder, which went on to repeat as state champions, continued to control action in the third quarter and took a 42-27 lead at the end of the third quarter. Three-point plays by Conradsen and Reghan Prevost highlighted Savage's comeback in the fourth quarter as the Warriors fought back to 49-38. The Warriors kept the pressure on when a steal and layup by Lien cut the gap to 55-48 with 45 seconds left. Savage, however, couldn't get any closer until a three-point play by Rice put the score at 57-51 with just seven seconds left. Savage's top scorers were Conradsen with 16 and Rice with 14 points. Miller added 11 points. Also scoring were Lien with seven and Prevost with three. Miller had 10 rebounds and eight assists. Momberg finished with 25 points and seven steals for the Lady Bears. Gopher had 11 points. Reynolds Market in Sid- ney has been celebrating five years at its Fox Run location since November. One of the key addi- tions to the store when it moved to the Shops at Fox Run was the deli department. Much has changed in this department since open- ing five years ago, but it remains a center point of the store. In the dell Reynolds Market offers sit-down seating around a beautiful fireplace and the menu offers everything you'd expect whether you're looking to stock the fridge or find a ready-to-eat meal now. The deli is open sev- en days a week from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and features fresh deli meats and cheeses, salads, hand-breaded fried chicken and tenders, smoked meats, and more.There's also a soup bar with three different , soups and chili offered daily. Customers can also get Grab n Go Reynolds pizzas, sandwiches, salads and of course daily specials like soup and sandwich for $5 on Thursdays or fish'n'chips Savage's MYSSIE SANDERS J SUBMITTED Haylie Conradsen drives for a basket. ! AndFlooring of North Dakota 501 Main Street 701-774-3950 Specializing in Custom Showers, Backsplash & All Types of Flooring! Servicing the MonDak Area! 701-774-3950 501 Main Street, Williston, ND creationcarpetsnd@hotmail.com la for $5.99 Friday. Reynolds is known for its specialty party trays from meat & cheese trays to pinwheel wraps or Reynolds own cheese ball and dip trays, just to name a few.The deli department's specialty tray brochure is available at reynoldsmarket.com. Reynolds does catering too[ Superb quality food is No. I at the deli, but the location has become a community gathering point too. Members of the community tend to gather around the big fireplace for their morn- ing and afternoon coffee timel Speaking of coffee, Reynolds offers coffee club cards, getting every sixth cup free. Reynolds Market deli was an important addition to the store five years ago and is now an indispens- able part of the local food scene. Come see for yourself at 404 N. Central Avenue, Sidney, or learn more at reynoldsmarket. comlsidney. Vickie Keller, Dell Manager 40A N. Central Ave Sidney 406-433-2305 ReynoidsMarket.com