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A4 SIDNEY HERALD.SUNDAY,JUNE 9, 20l9 SPORTS SOCCER U15, U19 Sidneysoccer both place second at state U15 Game 1 U15 falls to Lewistown 3-7 Nathan Romo 2 goals 1 goal from the other team Bryan Allen 2 saves Harper Karalus 1 assist Game 2 U15 wins over Red Lodge 4-3 Harper Karalus 1 goal Nathan Romo 3 goals Tyler Loan and Ethan Erickson each with an assist Game 3 U15 win over Havre10-3 Nathan Romo 5 goals Carter Heggem 3 goals Tyler Loan 1 goal Cristian Gonzalez 1 goal Bryan Allen 1 save Carter Heggem 2 assists Harper Karalus 2 assists Nathan Romo 1 assist Tyler Loan 1 assist Championship Game Sidney 2 Lewistown Harper Karalusl goal Cristian Gonzalez 1 goal U19 Game 1 Sidney 1 Big Timber 1 Nathan Dyk1 goal Nicholas Trevino 1 assist Game 2 Sidney 4 Red Lodge 0 Seth Dyk 4 goals Jace Johnson 1 assist Kaleb Jimison 1 assist Waylon VanBuren 1 assist Goalie James Allen with the shut out Game 3 Sidney 8 Havre 0 Nathan Dyk 2 goals Seth Dyk1 goal 1 assist Michael Scott 1 goal Kaleb Jimison 1 goal Jessica Romo1 goal Kolby Hutzenbiler1 goal Jace Johnson 1 goal 1 assist Keaton Condie 1 assist Goalie Spencer Sloan with the shut out Championship Game Sidney 1 Red Lodge 2 Seth Dyk 1 goal Assist by Nicholas Trevino During U19 Sidney soccer team 5 game two versus Red Lodge, goalie James Allen saves a goal. U19 Sidney Soccer defenders, Waylon VanBuren, left, and Jace Johnson prevent a goal from Red Lodge. Taking second at the 2019 Montana Classic Cup are U15 Sidney soccer team, front from left, Harper Karalus, Cristian Gonzalez and Carter Heggem. Middle row: Bryan Allen, Parker Brothen, Rhys Larson, Tyler Loan and Burton Pollari. Back row: Coach Shawna Karst, Ethan Erickson, Braydn Page, Nathan Romo, Jacobi Dore and Coach Dan Karalus. Not pictured: Gordon Knapp. Taking second place at the 2019 Montana Class Cup is U19 Sidney soccer team, front from left, Kolby Hutzenbiler, Everett Jensen, Seth Dyk, Michael Scott, Tianna Earle, Logan Jones, Liliana Johnson, Lorraine Coronato, Rebecca Aldrich, Captain Waylon VanBuren and Jessica Romo. Back row: Keaton Candie, Nicholas Trevino, Austen Cozzens, James Allen, Nathan Dyk, Spencer Sloan, Kaleb Jimison, Jonathan Gonzalez, Captain Jace Johnson, Julian lmhof, Riley Jimison and Coach Justin Jones. Bryan Allen 4 saves Rad huge won in a Carter Heggem 1 assist shootout Sidney took Second place second place. RACING An incredible show and tell BY NICOLE LUCINA Sidney Herald When it comes time for show and tell, most kids bring in their favorite toy or something really special to them. For West Side student Jace Keller, he had his dad bring an lncredibles themed race car. , Philip Keller has been racing for six years, now going into his seventh. Keller said he got into racing through family and friends who also race. "It’s a family sport to me. I mean, I race, my nephew races; so spend a lot of time with imy‘“1:51‘01111’errand" my : nephew.» lt' *kindiof brings the whole family together, agenda. partisanbillsje because my mom and my sister are involved in it all the time, so are my wife and my two boys," Keller said. While he’s raced in Williston, Minot, Dickinson, and Estevan, Canada, he said his primary track is Williston Basin. During Jace’s show and tell with the race car, all the kids in the class got a turn to sit in the driver’s seat of the car. "It was cool! It was kind of low when sat down. could barely see through the top," said classmate Katelyn Reuter. The racing Keller participates in is called dirt track racing Iand is'anlMC} sportrnod. " ‘ "We show.up there and some tracks Iiii/ill have a hot l a p s e s s i o n which is just like a couple practice laps,” Keller said. "After that we do heat races that are kind of like qualifiers in a way. That will help set up how the feature is. The feature is the main race of the night.” There are typically anywhere from 15-30 cars that participate in a race, though it varies. "There’s usually around 20. It depends on the night. lt varies quite a [bit depending A on where you are. Some nights in Williston we might only have 10 to 15 cars arid PHOTO BY NICOLE LUCINA, SIDNEY HERALD Philip Keller brought his race car to West Side school for his son, Jace’s show and tell. Patti Wheelings third grade class stands around the car after having the chance to sit in the driver’s seat. some nights more," Keller said. “Some nights in Minot we might have 30 cars and other nights it’s only 20. It varies a lot.” There’s more to racing than just the race itself. Keller has to keep up on the maintenance of the car, making sure-the car is set up just right for each track and "nothing‘gets bent or |oo$e. ATTENTION , There's also the competition to worry about. “There’s multiple good drivers in the area," Keller said. Last year Keller had the most points in his division for the sports mod class, making him the treststnmieo 9t... .iustqiswesks bask-z . . .. A Kelvl‘er’s‘.next' race, is" Saturd y, June 8, at Williston g .theyear. , ,, “Every night we irace, we race for‘points’. You get a HIGHLAND COUNTY REPUBLICANS . ./ ’1 1 1 Paid! for by a concerned Montana citizen, Sen. Ed Butcher (Reti—Winifred, Montana Did you know your legislator—Joel Krautter—was a principle member of the minerity of Republican legislators assisting the Democrat legislators pass Governor Bullock’s big government agenda? During the‘2019 legislative session, Rep. Joel Krautter was a member of a small group of liberal Republicans forming the “Democrat Wing” of the Legislative Republican caucus‘who joined with the Democrat legislators in opposition to a majority of their fellow Republican members who attempt to represent conservative and Constitutional principles during the Montana Legislature. Rep. Krautter was Rep. Llew Jones’s (leader of the “Democrat Wing” of the Republican legislators) right- hand man in sabotaging their fellow Republican majority in the Legislature. . To review the history of Rep. Krautter supporting the Democrat efforts to increase taxes and fees on Montanacitizens during his Legislative term see his complete record on the Legistats website at www. legislatorloyality.co’m~vmich is a computer analysis of Republican votes on only DemOCrat supported identifying Republican legislatdrs who help the Democrat minority pass their legislative ln helping pass partisan“ Democrat bills, Rep. Krautter. voted against his fellow Republican majority.76 times to support Democrats 33% of the .time regarding the 230 Democrat partisan votes as one of the top 10 members of the Democrat Wingcf the Republican legislative caucus promoting Bullock’s agenda. During recent legislative sessions there has. been a growing problem for the majority of Republican v r " legislators attempting to represent their voters. Llew Jones and the Democrat Party have recruited liberals " to file as Republicans in several Conservative Republican Montana legislative districts. ‘ In researching his. background, We find that Rep. Krautter has been a life-long Democrat activist until he moved to Sidney and joined the Republican Party. Joel Krautter Was an active Obama supporter who was the principle organizef of student Democrats during his college years at Liberty University. MOntana Republicans would like to have a Richland County smaller government Republican step up ' and replace Joel Krautter in the Montana Legislature—Let the Democrats run their own candidates. certain amount of points for each position you’re in and so out of everybody at the race, I had the most points," Keller said. Last year Keller won one race in Minot and has won the season opener in Williston ' r ' Basin'TraCk. , v M\ 7?