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F- 2B WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2015 Sports SIDNEY HERALD I Sidney's Trace Jones Baker. KARl JONES I SUBMIITED competes in the long jump Saturday in KARl JONES t SUBMITTED Sidney's Dawson McGIothlin hands off the baton to teammate Logan Thiel during the 400-meter relay race where the Eagles placed first in the event (45.71) en route to finish first as a team during the Baker Invite Saturday. BY SARAH BLOOM they took fourth at the Mason Thiel earned second SIDNEY HERALD meet with 49.33 points dur- (12-6). Tying for third ing the Baker Invitational. places were Tel Herman- Sidney's boys had a stel- Sidney's boys showed son, Garrison Hughes and lar outing Saturday as the dominance in the pole Parker Dean (11-6). Eagles racked up 88 points vault, placing five competi- For Sidney's girls, Au- en route to a first-place tors in the event, brey Kessel led the Eagles team finish while the Lady Logan Thiel led the group in the pole vault event with Eagles also fared well as in first place (13-9) while a first-place victory (9-6), Sidney drop two conference games Sidney girls fell to two in the top of the secondscore against the Rams. of the top teams in the and never surrendered its Molly Day earned the win Eastern A in Glendive lead over the Eagles. for the Rams. Day allowed on Saturday, dropping to Laurel added five runs two runs, struck out eight, Laurel, 13-1, and Billings in the fourth, a run in the walked three and surren- Central, 12-2. fifth and scored three in dered five hits. Brianne Jones earned the sixth frame. Sidney had The Eagles scored off an the win for Laurel, allow- six hits to Laurel's 10. The error in the first inning ing one run over the six Eagles had six errors while plating Micala Morehouse. innings. Jones struck out the Lady Locos had three. A one-run sixth inning two, walked two and al- Sidney couldn't get it helped bring the Sidney lowed six hits. done against the confer-Eagles Varsity within 10. The Eagles scored their ence's top team in Billings Sidney trailed 3-1 after only run on the day in the Central, and the Eagles fell the opening frame before fourth frame. After she to the Lady Rams, 12-2. Billings Central added two doubled to center field to Madison Thiessen runs in the third and three get on base, Tudie Crosby homered in the sixth in-in the fourth. A four-run reached home on an error, ning to keep the Eagles to inning for the Rams in the After a scoreless opening within 10 runs, but Sidney sixth proved too much for inning, Laurel scored three couldn't manage another the Eagles. while her teammates Ari- the shot put (40-4). peting in the Baker meet anna Isaakson and Myka Others placing for Sid- included the R&L Fusion Steinbeisser tied for third ney's girls on the trackand Savage squads. in the event (8-0) and Bre- included Tess Ler, who Ellie Smith was the Fu- anna Frank finished sixth finished fourth in the two- sion's lone placer. Smith in the vault (7-6). mile race (14:05.03); the finished second in the Tyler Quilling took first 1,600-meter relay squad led 800-meter run (2:37.27) and in the triple jump (42-6.5) by Lakayla Nentwig, Ciara took fourth in the mile race while also scoring in the Sinks, Myka Steinbeisser(6:01.16). 300-meter hurdles where he and Tessa Hill, who tookSavage's 400-meter relay took third (44.12). fourth in the race (4:35.62); squad, which is comprised Hunter Severson won the 400-meter relay squad of Tucker Lien, Bryar first-place honors in the led by Halley Steinbeisser, Lange, Jeff Scholla and discus (140-8) while also Frank, M. Steinbeisser and Paxton Miller, finished finishing sixth inthe shot Sinks, who took sixth insixth in the race. put (40-4). the race; and Sinks, whoFor Savage's girls, Lexi Also earning first-place was sixth in the 300-meter Joslin earned sixth in the finishes for Sidney's boys hurdles (55.15) and sixth in pole vault (7-6). were the members of the the 200-meter dash (29.55). Top five boys team scores relay teams. Dawson Mc- In field events, H. Stein- were: Sidney, 88; Miles City, Glothlin, Thiel, Alec Loveg- beisser placed second in85.5; Jordan, 78.5; Glasgow, ren and James Rohner the discus (105-8), fifth in 59; and Forsyth, 57: Girls finished first in the 400-me- the shot put (31-7.5) and team scores included: ter relay race (45.71) while sixth in the javelin (93-3). Forsyth and Glasgow Quilling, Thiel, Herman- Jordan Baxter led the (tied), 84; Baker, 82; Sidney, son and Trace Jones rallied girls in the javelin with a 49.33; and Wolf Point, 43. to a first-place finish in the third-place finish (103-8) Sidney will host area 1,600-meter race (3:36.85). while Danielle Steinley was track teams Saturday dur- Jones took fourth in the sixth in the shot put (31- ing the Eagle Invite. 400-meter dash (53.98). 4.75) and sixth in the discus Field events start at 9:30 In the throwing events, (91-7). a.m. while track events Chris Gartner finished Frank took sixth in the start around 10 a.m. third in the javelin (156-4) long jump (14-6.5). while also placing fifth in Other area teams corn- sports@sidneyhemld.corn Fusion hosts area meet, Lambert debuts new track and field complex Fliday BY SARAH BLOOM second-place for Fairview SIDNEY HERALD in the 400-meter dash (54.3) while Alex Taylor led the Speedy finishes for Fair- Warriors in the pole vault to view boys' relay squads a second-place finish (11-6). along with first-place scor- Others placing for Fair- ing from Ben Hardy and an view's boys included Pat overall strong performance Hardy, who was third in the earned the Warriors second discus (106-2); Taylor, who place Friday during Lam- was third in the ll0-meter bert's first track meet on hurdles (16.9); Lebsock, who its new sports complex, was third in the long jump Fairview scored 95 on the (18-11); Parker Jensen, who day, falling only to MonDak finished third in the pole which took first with 102 vault (11-0); and Tanner points. Reynolds, who finished B. Hardy was first in the fourth in the triple jump (37- 200-meter dash (24.6) and fin- 7.5) and sixth in the 400-me- ished at the top of the group ter dash (56.5). in both throwing events, The R&L Fusion girls finishing first in the shot put earned third place as a team (41-1) and first in, the discus with 58.5 points during their (134-8.5). On the track, Fair- hosted meet in Lambert Fri- view's relay team got it done day thanks in part to first- and placed first in both the place finishes in the field 400-meter event (46.6) and from Autumn Rehbein and 1,600-meter race (3:46). a strong performance on the Jon Lebsock earned track from Ellie Smith. O ack and Field Fri April 17 Savage at Nashua Sat April 18 Fairview, R&L Fusion, Culbertson & Sidney at Sidney Invitational Tues April 21 Savage & Froid/Lake at Fairview Invitational Sidney at Dickinson x T EC I1 [) COMPANIES Thurs April 16 Sidney vs. Hardin Tues April 21 " Sidney vs. Miles City Fri April 17 Lambert, Culbertson at Wolf Point Fairview at Poplar Sat. & Sun Ap State Golden Gloves Fairview &19 Fri April 17 " District Music Festival at Glendive A. Rehbein earned first fourth in the two-mile event Other placers on the track Mariah Machart earned sec- in both the discus (106-8), (11:46) and fifth in the mile for the Fairview girls in- ond in the shot put (29-8). which she won handily, (5:09.2). Adam Buxbaum cluded Kelly Danielson, who Savage's Lexi Joslin was and in the shot put (33-8.5). earned third in the 400-me- was fourth in the 100-meter second in the pole vault (7-0) Smith finished first in the ter dash (54.8). dash (14.1); Amber Berry, while teammate Ashlind 800-meter run (2:39) and was Culbertson's relay team who was sixth in the 400-me- Conradsen was sixth in the fifth in both the 200-meter saw a third-place finish in ter dash (1:07.6); and Court- discus (70-4.5) to represent (29.9) and 400-meter (1:06) the 400-meter event (48.2) ney Seadeek, who finished the Lady Warriors. For Sav- dashes, and was fourth in the sixth in the 1,600-meter run age's boys, the relay team Rain Rehbein took second 1,600-meter race (3:54). (7:33.8). took fourth in the 400-meter in the long jump (14-8.25) In the field, Buxbaum wasTim Wright was the race (48.2). In the triple while Shaye Johnston was second in the long jump (19- Fusion's boys lone placer, jump, Bryar Lange earned second in the triple jump 0.75) and second in the high Wright finished second in third (38-1.5) and Paxton (30-10). jump (5-8) while Cameron the 3,200-meter run (11:08.7) Miller was fifth (37-2) in the Others placing for the Lambert took second in the and third in the mile race event. Fusion girls included R. javelin (134-9.5) and Austin (4:59.4). Top five team scores for Rehbein, who was fourth Pederson was second in the Cnlbertson's girls took the boys included: Mon- in the 100-meter hurdles discus (121-9.5). sixth with 31 points in Dak, 102; Fairview, 95; (19.19) and sixth in the Also placing for the Cow-Lambert. Culbertson, 92; and Circle 100-meter dash (14.2); Paige boys included Ethan Hen- On the track, Jaycee Lam- and Hinsdale (tied), 43. For Smith, who was fifth in the drickson, who was fourth bert led the Cowgirls with girls' team scores: Scobey, 300-meter hurdles (58.2); and in the shot put (38-1); and a second-place finish in the 126.5; MonDak, 105; Circle, Johnston, who was sixth in Lambert, who was fifth intwo-mile race (15:04.3) and 63; R&L Fusion, 58.5; and the high jump (4-4). the 100-meter dash (12.1) and a third-place finish in the Fairview, 52. Culbertson's boys finished fifth in the long jump (18-3). 1,600-meter event (6:51.5). Area teams will compete third on the day closely Faith Vitt led Fairview'sIn the field, Tessa Larsen in Sidney Saturday during behind Fairview with 92 girls Friday with first-place took second in the discus the Eagle Invite. points thanks to a well- honors in the triple jump(82-2.5) and sixth in the shot rounded performance from (32-3.5) and in the long jump put (26-1) while teammate sports@sidneyherald.com the Cowboys. (15-1.25). Her team finished Tristan Sun Rhodes fifth with 52 points. Vitt also crossed the finish Iine first placed fourth in the high in the mile event (4:49.8) jump (4-8) and fifth in the while also placing second in 100-meter hurdles (19.2). the 800-meter race (2:08.6) Bailee Vitt was third in and fifth in the 3,200-meter the pole vault (7-0) while run (11:51.2). Teammate Mi- the girls relay team finished chael Azure finished third third in the 400-meter race in the 800-meter race (2:22.3), (55.8). e Sidney's U19 soccer team Luke Beenken had seven competed in Laurel over the saves as goalkeeper. weekend and won its open- Sidney's U14 team trav- ing game against Havre, 2-1. eled to Havre and fell to Goals were scored by Cody Great Falls Electric City, Johnson, assisted by Jace 8-1. Julian Imhof scored Johnson and Cody Boyce. Sidney's lone goal. The U19 team fell to Red The U14 team lost to Miles Lodge, 5-3 in its second City, 2-1. Imhof scored Sid- game of the weekend. C. ney's goal. Johnson scored two goals Sidney's U14 team trav- and Troy Monsen scored a els to Miles City for games header goal, assisted by C. Saturday while the U19 team Johnson. is off. SUBMITTED First at tourney Falrview took first in the fourth-grade division at a tournament in Scobey over the weekend. 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