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4A SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2019 MELlSSA GACKLE SUBMIHED Fairview’s Alex Schriver drives for a basket against Manhattan Christian during the Class C state tournament held in Billings on Thursday. Area girls selected to All-State team Three players from Savage’s girls basketball team have been selected to the Class C All—State team. Selected from Savage were senior Soda Rice, senior Kiana Miller and junior Haylie Conradsen. Also picked from the Eastern C to the All- State team were Scobey’s junior Kortney Nelson, Scobey’s senior ShaAnn Danelson, Pletntywood’s senior Brenna Osksa, MonDak’s junior Jenna Rust and Froid—Lake’s senior Mackenzie Deth— man. The District 20 All- Conference team in- cludes four players from Savage — Rice, Miller, Conradsen and senior Tyler Lien. R&L’s senior Haley Ol- son was voted to the All— Conference first team. Others selected to the first team were Froid- Lake’s M. Dethman, Froid-Lake’s Sydney Dethman, MonDak’s Rust, MonDak’s Eliza- beth Field, Plentywood’s Osksa and Plentywood’s Liv Wangerin. The second team consisted of Bainville’s Bonny Krogedal, Ba- inville’s Allie Romo, Circle’s Ryann Moline, Culbertson’s Faith Bow- land, Culbertson’s Kelsie Williams, Fairview’s Jaclyn Gackle, Froid- Lake’s Haley Labatte, MonDak’s Samantha Ledahl, Froid-Lake’s Sydney Labatte, Plenty- wood’s Mikayla Stevens and R&L’s Courtney Herman. Earning first team defensive honors were Froid-Lake’s S. Labatte, MonDak’s Ledahl, Plentywood’s Stevens, Savage’s Conradsen and Savage’s Lien. Selected to the second team for defense were Froid-Lake’s M. Deth- man, MonDak’s Field, MonDak’s Rust, Plenty- wood’s Osksa and Sav— age’s Miller. Raners’w SUBMIlTEl) . Junior Gold selected All-State were, from left, Tate Wieferich, Kyler Garsio and Parker Totte. Garsio led the league in scoring with 84 points and Wieterich was second a. with 71 points. ' ” the club by scoring an SUBMITTED Richland’s I90 girls earning All-State honors were, from left, Ashlynn Kessel (first year), Brooke Franklin (five years) and Jenna larder (two years). Franklin led the state place group B) in scoring with 92 points, second-place was 59 points. nastics Club took five SIDNEY HERALD Fairview loses close "game against top-ranked team at state tourney Fairview’s boys basketball team put a scare into topranked Manhattan Christian before falling by a 54-48 final during first—round action at the Class C state tournament in Billings on Thurs— day night. Manhattan Christian led by a 27-24 halftime margin and then accounted for the first eight points of the third quarter, including six by Sam Lee p, to take an 11~point advantage. Behind by a 37-26 margin, Fairview started to fight back on a basket off a rebound by Alex Schriver and a three- point play by Cody Asbeck for a 37—31 game. After a steal forced by Josh Herron, Asbeck went coast to coast to close the gap to 37-33. The Eagles, however, tallied the last four points of the quarter on two free throws by Caleb Bellach and a drive by Josiah Amunrud for a 4133 score. Fairview responded with the first ; seven points of the fourth quarter on two drives by Schriver and three free throws by Asbeck. The Warriors tied the game, 48-43, on three free throws by Schriver with 2:50 left in the ccontest. Manhattan Christian’s Bellach scored the game’s next five points to put the Eagles ahead to stay. A drive V ' and two free throws by Schriver got the Warriors as close as 50-47 with 1:14 left, but Manhattan Christian held on for ' the victory. Top scorers for the Warriors in- . cluded Schriver with 19, Asbeck with 17 and Herron with 10. Luke Lebsock added two points. Herron and Asbeck each grabbed MELISSA GACKLE l SUBMITTED Fairview’s Cody Asbeck takes aim during the state tournament. eight rebounds. Leading the Eagles were Leep with 26 points, including 20 in the first half, and Bellach with 19 points. e '7 ' Champs BILL VANDER WEELE SllJNEY HERALD The Richland Rangers pose after riding on a fire truck through downtown to celebrate their Junior Gold state championship. Wrestlers fare well at meets Sidney’s wrestlers recently earned honors at the Montana Middle School championships. Earning first were Gordon Knapp, Chance Waters, Tyson Syth and Maliek Taylor. Placing second were Owen Lonski, Carson Propp, Grady Bloesser, Beau . Rindahl, Nathan Carlsen, Cody Chris- tensen and Deion Taylor. Taking third were Kaden Wise, Caleb Kleinke, Morgan Reid and Aiyana Kirn. , Placing fourth were Brenner Mul— lin, Nathan Romo, Cristian Gonzales, Burton Pollari, Lance Allen and Parker Wunder. Sidney wrestlers have also recently ' placed at the Mid-Rivers folkstyle invitational. Earning first were Slade Anderson, Billy Franzen, Cye Franzen, Max Kleinke, Hazen Foss, Allen VanGorder, Shay Severson, Terran Bright, Ty Schepens and Kaleb Kutzler. Placing second were Thomas Ostle, Noah Abar, Aiden Rudie, Aaron M Schmitz, Rylan McGahan and Brady Keysor. . Taking third were Raiden Olmstead, Ryker Vonderheide, Tuff Williams and Jeremiah Hill. ‘ Placing fou’rth were Ayden Schofill, Gannon Hill, Xavier Conroy, Tucker Bailey, Kade Kutzler, Kash Mullin, Tay- VLeigh Olmstead and Kotlyn Mullin. Taking fith was Eli Abar. Placing sixth were Brandon Vonderheide, Kon- nar Ulrich and Rueger Sheehan. Gymnasts place utWatlord City meet The Sidney Gym- gymnasts to the Nodak Northern Lights Gym- nastics Meet held in Watford City, N.D., on March 2-3. The level 6 gymnasts were able to bring home a second-place trophy for even 100 points. Level 3 competitor Bridget Hambro earned a 8.750 on vault (sixth place), 7.750 on bars (fifth place), 8.1 on balance beam (sixth place), 8.550 SUBMITTED From left, Coach Montana Osterman, Morgan Kindopp, Allison Thieleambre Kloker and Coach lilah Kara. Elgggflfggigg gape) Kambre Kloker earned place) and 8.9 on floor 33 150 (fifth pl 3 C 6 group a 8.35 on Vault (fourth (fifth place). All around A; algae}, 81.175)? 5);er . score of 32.6135; (fifth ' r . ir p ace , . on p ace group Bragg 4815333335561 balance beam (first Level 6 gymnast Mor- 7 20 on Vault (seventh place) and 9.35 on floor gan Kindopp earned a piace) 6 90 on bars (first place). All around 8.4 on Vault (third place), (eighth filace) 8 40 on score of 34.8 (second 7.45 on bars (fifth place), balance beamks'eventh place group B) 7.775 on balance beam Level 6 gymnast Alli- (fifth place) and 8.9 on place) and 8.80 on floor (third place). All around score of 31.30 (seventh Level 6 competitor son Thiel earned a 8.7 on Vault (second place), 7.15 on bars (fifth place), 7.925 on balance beam (fifth floor (fifth place). All around score of 32.525 (fourth place group A)