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ald-Leader =..- June 11, .Serving the MonDak area since 1908 The 20th Annual Buick Scramble Local Championships sponsored by Gem City Motors i concluded Saturday at the Sid- ney Country Club. The largest i amateur golf tournament in the world, the Buick Scramble par- i ticipates approximately 100,000 golfers each year. "We had 34 teams totaling 136 golfers which should put us as the biggest tournament held in the Rocky Mountain Section for the fifth consecutive year," Sidney Golf Pro Jeff Nelson said. "We were third in the nation last year, but probably won't be that high this year," Nelson said. "We were, howev- er, only four teams down from last year." Winning first-place gross with a gross score of 66 was the Plentywood team of Kevin Ordahl, Bill McCoy, Tully Tryan and Scott Wangerin. Sec- ond-place gross went to the Sid- ney team of Gary McCartney, Craig Averett, Wally Jungels and Jim Nelson. The team shot a 67 gross. First-place net went to the Helena team of Jason Welnel, Scott Senn, Trekker Welnel and Brian Helmbrecht with a net score of 60. Second-place net, with a score of 61, went to the Sidney team of John Jensen, Dick Lange, Blaine Otto and John Seitz. These four teams qualified for the regional tournament to be held at the Idaho Falls Country Club in Idaho later this summer. With the early spring runoff, paddlefish were running abun- dant this year resulting in inten- sive fishing this year for anglers. The paddlefish season officially closed Saturday with an estimat- ed 730 fish caught at that time. "The limit for Montana and Non Dakota ~alre 1000 paddle- fish;'; Regional Fisheries Biolo- gist Brad Schmitz said. "~When 800 fish are run through the cav- alier station, we shut the season down because we have to give a 48-hour notice prior to the offi- cial shutdown." An average of 70-80 paddle- fish were caught this yea" with one day totaling 130 paddlefish caught. The catch-and-release season, however, will remain open until June 30. Anglers are encouraged to use special cau- tion with the catch-and-release process to ensure the population of paddlefish for future anglers. No gaffing is allowed and it is advised to flatten the barbs on all hooks. Keep the fish in the water as much as possible. "If you take the fish out of the Local golfers celebrate, and agonize, over a putt attempt on the green of hole 17 at the Buick Scramble golf tournament Satu;day0 the Country Club. Pictured, from left, are Brian Heck, Tennis program features Glendive natil Sara Miller, Chris Difonzo, Bruce Prevost, Tyler Amunrud and Fred Reed. I water, hold your breath. When you need to breathe, so does the fish," Schmitz said." If a photograph is desired, keep the fish close to the water in a horizontal position with A Fish, Wildlife end Parks PHOTO BY DUANI~ ness of a paddlefish. Jenni Howe began Instructing tennis players Mond the Sidney summer tennis program. The Big Sky State Games has Character Counts! promotes selected Allison Made Peterson sportsmanship and fosters good of Sidney and Christopher A. character by teaching, enforc- Blanchard of Great Falls as the ing, advocating, and modeling recipients of the Big Sky State the "Six Pillars of Character." Games Character Counts! The pillars include trustworthi- Scholarship. The $500 scholar- ness, respect, responsibility, ships will be presented July 18 fairness, caring and citizenship. in Billings during Opening Cer- High school juniors, during emonies of the 2003 Big Sky the 2002-2003 school year, were State Games. The winners were eligible to apply for the scholar- chosen based on their character, ship. This ensures that fellow community involvement, partic- students can observe the schol- ipation in sports and participa- arship winners as role models tion in the Big Sky State Games. during their senior year. Cafe i~ rest Wednesday, June 11 Patriots vs Wolf Point 5 pm & 7 pm A 2000 graduate of Glendive High School, Jenni Howe is instructing Sidney youth and both hands under the stomach, adults in Sidney's summer ten- Don't lift the fish by the paddle- nis program. like snout and avoid touching A nursing student, Howe will the gills. Above all, get the fish be entering her senior year this back in ~he water as quickly as fall at MSU-Billings and is a possible, member of the Yellowjackets' tennis team. At Glendive, she was also on the school's tennis team and was a second and third-place finisher at divisional tournaments. Teaching the game of tennis is nothing new to Howe as she has taught programs to all ages for two years in Glendive as well as two years in Bismarck where she spent her first two years of college. Howe heard of the opportunity to teach tennis in Sidney from her coach in Billings, Jerry Peach. "When he (Jerry) told me of the program, I immediately told him I would do it," Howe said. "It keeps me close to home so when I finish this program I will be able to teach a program in Glendive." PHOTO COURTESY OF FWPApproximately 30 youngsters employee shows the unique- and eight adults are involved with this year's tennis program. Tuesday, June 17 Patriots vs Missouri 5 p.m, & 7 p.m. , Rodeo Friday, June 13- Sunday, June 15 North Dakota High School at State in Bowman s recipient is se 1 ( tax will h~ indivi is good the cur J( listel Ang )from Ferti eGu; benowl Peterson has been involved in with her athletic awards, she has High School track for four years also achieved several academic and is currently a school record honors including an accumula- holder in the 800, 1600, and tive 4.0 GPA, Academic All- 3200 meter-runs. She has corn- State for three years, National peted in swimming, basketball, Honor Society, and received a road race and track & field dur- MCTM Math Contest-superior ing ten years of participation in rating for two years. the Big Sky State Games. Along Healthworks Results from the Healthworks Fun Run held Saturday are as follows: One-mile run (ages 12 and under) - Overall Winners (Boys) Benjamin Eder, 6:54; Scot Haverkamp, 7:53; Ethan Hoff- man, 8:41; (Girls) Chelbi Brugh, 7:13; Paula Bighorn, 8:20; Kris- ten Ceglowski, 8:50. 5K Walk (Co-ed) - Team Win- ners, Bush Ranch, 40:22; SHC Food Service, 61:27; Overall Individual Winners, Rich Strud- srud, 32:57; Darwin Johnson, 33:55; Caycee Anvik, 37:42; Age Group Winners, 18 & Under, Anvik; 19-29, Daphne Clark, 42:31; Andrea Zelinsky, 45:47; Michelle Frank, 46:44; 30-39, Cindy Hoffman, 38:01; For softball enthusiasts wishing to enjoy a weekend action, the Sidney Girls Fastpitch Association is sponsoring! robin tournament Saturday and Sunday. The Sidney sic will feature teams from Sidney, Glasgow, Forsyth and Games will be held at the South Meadow softball complex, ning at 10 a.m. both days. Fun Run places distance 11 fc Jane Jung, 42:20; Kim Nollmey- er, 45:23; 40-49, Ronnelle The 12 andunder one-mile winners from the Heelthworks Fun Run am,from 16 Gravegaard, 38:02; Donna Ethan Hoffmsn, Kristen Ceglowski, Benjamin Eder, Chelbi Brugh, Pauls Big Anvik, 39:36; Lori Keenan, Scott Haverkamp. .,~ 45:24; 50 & up, Strudsrud; up, Bighorn; Randy Keehm Summers; 40-49, Karen Losing tineau; Overall ~ Johnson. 29:01; Overall Winners Dean, 24:58; Tracie Zoanni, (Women) Sue Ce~ 5K Run - Overall Winners (Women), Sherry Arnold, 24:27; 25:22; Lori Hasselstrom, 26:27. 42:56; Sarah Graves, i:~ (Men), Bryan Eder, 20:45; Jay Stacey Summers, 24:44; Leah, 10K Run - Overall Winners Maxine Haverkamp, 5~| Brugh Sr., 23:52; Greg Bighorn, Stevens, 24:51; Age GroupWin- (Men), Mel Hoffman, 39:32;29, Graves; 30-39, Ci~l 25:59; Age Group Winners, 18 ners, 18 & under, Stevens; Lau- Carter Hasselstrom, 52:30; Paul Haverkamp; 40-49,:~ & under. Nick Chamberlain, ren Vine, 45:21; 19-29, Shelly Martineau, 59:03; Age Group Anderson, 57:01. 45:20; 40-49, Eder; Brugh; Paulson, 28:20; Anya Chamber- Winners, 30-39, Hoffman; 40- Dave Haverkamp, 29:48; 50 & lain, 45:20; 30-39, Arnold; 49, Hasselstrom;50& Up, Mar- '~ 1