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B4 SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAY, MAY I2, 20I9 SPORTS SOFTBALL . Fastpitch softball on deck for summer sports SUBMITTED Sidney Girls Sum- mer Fast Pitch League season game open- er will be Saturday, June 1. Sidney has two 12U team and one 14U teams. This} is the third summer Sidney is competing in a travel— ing league. Glendive is in this league, along with Glasgow and even Lewistown being added. Sidney will also be playing some games against Willis- ton during the week. The end-of the-year tournament will be June 29 and 30, host- ed by Sidney. The fast pitch players will be selling raffle tick— ets for $5 each. There are three prizes to choose from, a four- piece Apollo red patio set, fully donated by Johnson’s Hardware & Furniture; a 40-quart neon green Grizzly cooler, partially do— nated by High Cali— ber Sports; and a set of three Porter Cable Tools, which consists of an angle grinder, reciprocating saw and 20V max drill, partial- ly donated by Builders FirstSou‘rce. Draw- ing to be held June 29. Money raised will help purchase new training and playing cocoons-concoo-eooo-oguouno A11 Mother’s Receive a Free Mimosa! It.II.all...Iabut-IOOOOOOIIO..-OI...UCOO!no.oIOO-IIOOOIOOOOOUCOOOOOOD Strawberry Basil Bruschetta a Greek yogurt, Fresh strawberries, basil and balsamic reduction drizzled over a French baguette. 12 Smoked Salmon Salad Romaine lettuce topped with eggs, bacon, avocado and our I delicious smoked salmon served with a creamy dill dressing. 14 Stuffed Chicken Our savory Chicken breast stuffed with spinach and artichoke dip then pan seared. Served with veggies and a choice of side. 16 Shrimp. Scampi Shrimp cooked in a delicious mixture of butter, oil, garlic and lemon juice. Tossed with angel‘hair pasta and served with garlic bread. 16.75 toast coated Two toasted biscuils,.to Meadowlark Brewing and Public House 406-433-2337 ' 117 S CENTRAL AVE equipment. Teams consist of: , ' 12U Team: Trendz, coached by Zach Sver- drup and Zach John- son: Lucy Sommerfeld, Marett Schieber, Tacy Borg, Jayla Huft, Oliv- ia Sverdrup, Madison Kapp, Chandi John- son, Talena Hambro, Keira Rains, Macken- zie Wadley, Izabella Baisch and Maddie Schieber. 12U Team: Edward Jones, coached by Laura LaRoche and Tudie Crosby: A1- lison Thiel, 'Amiya Steineisser, Alexa Lonski, Kylie Scho- epp, Piper Cooper, Whisper Enriquez, Jaida LaRoche, Au- drina Schlothauer, Bella Strasheim, Abby O’Toole, Madison Ro- saaen and Ava Roth 14U Team: C & J Casedhole/ Nick Jones Realty, coached by Trevor Speldrich, Jus- tin Jones and Thom- as Barnhart: Suttyn Barnhart, Trudi Spel- drich, Chloe Schro- eder, Zariah Gon- salez, Aubrie Watson, Kendyl Wacha, Kodi Schulz, Lily Jones, KaiLeigh LaRoche, Sophie Peters, Daisy Snow, Cassidy Wadley, Lily Wick, Tia Joslin, Savanna Juarez, Ny- cole Prince and There- sa Wick. Appetizers Entree SIDNEY MONTANA , adds a nice crispy twist to ,athissfiavorite. Topped whipped and a sweet berry ‘ r sauce. with bacon or sausage. 16 x , le Eggs Benedict this dish will melt in your mouth. I pped with a slice of ham, tomato, avocado, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce drizzled over top. Served with hash browns. 14.75 , , Blue Berry Pancakes . A stack of three fluffy pancakes loaded with blueberries will have your mouth watering with this family favorite. Topped with butter and a side ° maple syrup. Served with bacon or sausage. 14 Division 1 finalgolf scores Skyler Martin 80 Kendall Anderson 88 mma Woods 88 Reese Whitted 88 ate Murack ‘ 91 ore Marks 92 1a Frederick 92 I atie Bieler 95 ex1e Pehlke 96 alley Brunelle 98 aylor Simmons 98 Kelsyn Lohr 100 iley Macdonald 100 Savannah Durocher 103 SOFTBALL FROM PAGEl catch by Franklin just off of sec- ond base. The fourth inning was short with strong defense from both} sides. Glasgow gained some ground scoring one in the fifth inning but the Eagles responded with DIVISION 1 GOLF irls Score Team Place CHOT GLAS CHOT GLAS SHEL SHEL FAIR SHEL CON MAL POP \OOOVGmi-BWNi—I POP FAIR SHEL POP i—dp-At—tr—di—I QWNHO ,_. U1 a determined offense. Zoe Mor- rill hit a triple and was brought home by Aidan Wiese with a hit right down the first baseline. She got two RBIs bringing the score to 5-2. Riley Thiessen set the tone for the sixth inning with a run- ning catch for a fly ball in cen- ter field eliminating Glasgow’s opportunity to score in that inning. Franklin gave the Ea— Make the choice to protect your health. MyChoice Health Checks help to i factors that can lead to serious - Heart attack . 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