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immers In Regionals Sidney swimmers and a None of the 11-12 swimmers made the girl qualified at Great Falls last regional team although they showed well to represent Montana at the and placed at Great Falls. In the 13-14 age at Rapid City on, group, Kris Anderson qualified in the 100 Swimmers who win at Rapid City on to the National Championships Oats Company is sponsoring Olympics program and they of the boys and girls who R to the National Championships. and Lani Nesper qualified in the In the 10 and unders Larry Sanders, Tarnmi and Lisa Nesper all qualified for competition. back, 200 IM, and 100 free; Jim Daehn made it in the breast stroke along with Gary Germundson and Karen Larson, and Kirk Dige won a birth to Rapid City in the back. In the 15-17 age group Deb Prevost will swim in the back at Rapid City and Mary Daehn and Kay Whiting will both he swimming breaststroke. Forty-six swimmers went to Great Falls to take part in this Junior Olympic trials and almost all of them made it into the finals. In the 10 and unders Wendi Harfle also placed in the fly and Scott Johnson in the back. In the 11-12, Pete LaCounte placed in the back, Jay Nesper in the free, Jeff Nesper in the breaststroke, John Christensen in the IM, Denise Lang in the breast, Julie Getchell in the free., In the 13- 14, Kevin Forrestor lost a thrilling race in the 400 free, Wallie Germundson placed in the IM. Dana Hartle placed in the 200 breast, Sherry Christensen placed in the 400 free as did Diane Lang in the 15-17. In the 15-17, Joe Germundson, Bruce Buehler and Jeannne Dige also placed. Stephanie Deming from Fairview will also go to Rapid City to compete in diving. Ran Taylor and Joyce Gustafson of Fairview also placed at Great Falls. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 12, 1972 - 1 ! " Swimmers Down Glendive Sidney "B" swim team Glendive Wednesday with a convincing : of 1036 to 419. Glendive won only six races the a and unders, Christensen won again the I0 and unders, Mike was the big winner for with wins in the 200 and 50 free and Wamsley was also a with wins in the back For the younger girls Nickie Hanson won the fly, Loni Nesper won the breast and Cinty Larson won the 200 1M. In the 1I - 12, Mike Wood was the big winner with wins in the IM, 100 free, back, breast, and fly while Bonnie Larson was the leader in the 11-12 girls with wins in the 50 free, 50 fly, 100 free, breast, back, and 200 IM to go undefeated. In the 13-14 girls, Kris Hall won the free, 100 back, and 200 IM, and Marilyn Balcer won the breast, Joy Getchell won the I00 free, and Kelly LaCounte won the fly. In the 13- 14 boys Kevin Wood won the 50 free, 100 free, 100 back, 50 fly, and the 200 IM while Dana Harfle won the 100 breast. The "B" team will go the Scobey on July 12. The "A" is competing at Great Falls this weekend where the top three place winners will advance to the regionals at Rapid City on July 21. The next meet in Sidney is the Sidney Relays July 16. The public is invited. Fifteen teams have been invited to this event. The relays will start at 1 p.m. and should [Baseball C'orner ! finish by 4 p.m. so that the pool will be open for evening swimming for the public. Tennis Tourney Scheduled Here TOURNEY WINNERS - The Triangle Nite Club team pictured above won first place in a slow pitch softball tournament at Warlord Citylast weekend. The team blanked all their opponents and clob- bered severalhome runs to collect, the trophy. Front row from left they are Gary Miller, Jim Noble, Larry Davidson and Rick Taylor. Back row from left are Randy Taylor, Bob Mullen, Jeff Dana. Tim Sampson and Rollie Sullivan. Steve McChesney is not pictured, The City Recreation Department will sponsor a Team Wins Tournament tennis tournament July 17 at 1 17 to their opponents. The team batting average was .512 in- cluding 13 home runs throughout the day. Home run honors went to Tim Sampson, Bob Mullen, Jeff Dana with 3 each and Randy Taylor and Steve McChesney each with two. One of Dana's home runs was a grand slam in the championship game against Crosby. Steve McChesney also took credit 'for the highest batting average with .657 and Rick Taylor close behind with .643. The team consisted of the minimum of 10 players each scoring hits in every game. p.m. Children will he divided into age groups and will compete in the afternoon while the adults will play in the evening. Trophies will he awarded to first place winners. All 10 and unders, 11-12, and 13-14 will register at 1 p.m. on Monday and he ready to play at that time. Each player will play a set and the winners will ad- Sidney's men's slow pitch softball team sponsored by the Triangle Nite Club was decisively victorious in an invitational tournament held in Wafford City July 9. Sixteen teams were in contest. In four games the team scored 65 runs and gave up only vance until a champion is TeOmFinishes LEAGUE00Am"NaS McDonalds Top declared" M ji Wi 5L se3 AS OF JULY 7 All adults (high school age Perfect Season Moose BABERUTH 8 and over) will register to bogin a s n , 0 B i-State 1 4-9- play at 7 p.m. Monday. All high O i: 4Oose Babe Ruth team won Elks 4 3 McDonalds defeated Bi-State school and college students and games this week and VFW 2 6 off the season with 8 Fairview 2 7 LITTLE LEAGUE 11-12-YEAR-OLDS Collins Merc. 8 1 Midland 6 3 McDonalds 6 4 Bi-State Co-op 3 5 PCA 0 I0 14-9 Monday evening in a 11 and 12-year-old contest at Water- tower Park. The winning pit- cher for McDonalds was Mike Wood, who had relief help in the late innings from Jay Nesper. Top hitters for McDonalds were Mike Wood, Dennis Johnson, and Jay Nesper. The entire McDonalds team played well defensively. adults are invited to take part. Bi-State Stops PCA onDefense Bi-State defeated PCA by the score of 3-1. Tim Qually did the pitching and won his third game of the season. The whole team played a fine defensive The Sidney Mails - the 11-12 all stars have seen con- siderable action in the last two weeks. On June 27 the team played in Fairview and came out with a 7-2 victory. Ernie Waters was the winning pitcher in his debut on the mound. Sidney broke open a close game in the fifth when they scored four runs. On June 29 the Mails traveled Williston. Sidney came out behind on a 104 score. Williston came out swinging in the first inning and scored 8 runs before the Sidney pitching and defense tightened up. Tom Paladichuk came in and pitched five scoreless innings for Sidney but they just couldn't overcome the big lead. Leading hitters for Sidney were Tom Paladichuk, Mike Wood and Dennis John- Sidney 7 Fairview 6 Williston Pang. 12-- Wat. City 2 Circle 10 -- Williston Pepsi 0 2nd Round Fairview 9 Wat.'City 3 Williston Pepsi -- Bye 3rd Round Williston Pang. 7 Sidney 2 Baker 9 -- Circle 2 4th Round s and no losses. Moose heat a score of 11 to 4. Rick . winning pitcher. Pitched 4 innings and Fred pitched two innings Peacock pitched one beat Fairview by SCore of 10 to 5 with Rick doing a fine job at the Rick Haber hit a double LrrrLE LEAGUE nicely it looks another year. Kay Says: 8uL wait don't be oo hast there is always a chance of a hail storm. Frank Says: Insure your croR against such a disaster immediately. in 2 runs in the fourth 9-16-YEAR-OLDS Sidney 8=- Wflliston Pepsi 1 :' '; " Red-E-Mix 7 2 McDonalds Win gameand are steadily b'n- to Culbertson for a six-inning son. . .... "--TRY- proving on their hitting and contest. They took the game by Tournament Scores Fairview 5 -- Circle 2 ...... Husky Oil 6 2 fielding. The losingpitcherwas a score of 15-7. Behind the SIDNEY INVITATIONAL  Consolation Carpet|e:,, Sel|l Sidney Livestock 4 3 Over Midland Bill Sobolik with relid help pitching of Dennis Johnson, LITTLE LEAGUE TOURNEY Sidney 11- Fairview 0 Anencu i.nd Gate City 3 4 er Pitches SidneyBank 2 4 Thursday night action in the from Guy Melby in the fifth Tom Paladichuk and Mike IstRound Championship  I Baker -- Bye Williston pang. I0 --- Baker 2 Phone 482-141,1 ldneyVictory REA 15 llandl2-year-oldleaguesaw inning, lli00Pll Sidney offensive attack with a , n ,, dirUce I,inder went the Yellowstone Merc 1 4 McDonalds defeating Midland PCA is the most improved Wood. Rod Hagen led the 9-6. Pitching a fine game for team in the league, and should second in two run homer. On .'nce for the first time this McDonalds was Dennis he real strong in the weeks to June 30 the all stars were the ar and beat Fairview 12 to 3. Johnson. The entire McDonalds come. All the teams in the host team for the Sidney In- :e Elks team unloaded a 15 hit team hit well and Mark Conroy league are improving and there vitational L. S. Tourney. They Ck to win their fffth game of Red-E-Mix Wins and Tad Dooley each scored should he some real good ended up in third, after playing tworuns. Hitting home runs for games inthelastfewweeksof fourgames. The first game saw 1 MIL00 ILAT Year in Babe Ruth action. Over Gate City Midland were Tim Thorgerson the season. Come out and watch Sidney defeating Fairview 7-6 TRACK Red-E-Mix dominated the and R. Peacock. these teams play. in opening action of the tour- game Thursday night as they downed Gate City 16-1. The pitching of Kelvin Buxbaum and Duane Verhasselt along with good hitting from all of the Red-E- Mix team members told the final story. K. Buxbaum and K. Knaff each chalked up 3 bagers. Getting good hits also were S. Voss, M. Mulholland, T. Spielvogei and D. Verhasselt. Albert Rees showing his much improved fielding made a fine catch in right field to help the defense. Pitching for Gate City were D. Norby, T. Smith, and T. Sk01sky. be win put Red-E-Mix in a tie for first place with Husky Oil. Men's Golf League HALFWAY -- 9th Week of 17 Weeks Standing as of July 7 Sidney Electric 4 Sidney Electric 47 Sidney Music Mart 46 East-Mont Ent. 45 Whiting Insur. 44 Sobokiks 43 Carp. - Seitz Agency 40 Coast-to-Coast KGCX 38 Larson Mtrs. 36 Sidney Nat'l Bank 36 Yellowstone Mere. 34 Toggery 33 Big Sky Shpg. Cir. 31 Martini Steel 26 J. C. Penney Co. 26 Richl'd Nat'l Bank 25 Johnson Hrdwr. 21 Men's golf league schedule for July 13, 1972. Team pairing and individual matches. Sidney Mus. Mart vs. Larson Mtrs. B. Hall Torgerson Haugen Williams Cresap N. Hartman O. Helm Means East-Mont vs. Big Sky Shopg. Center Riggins Sandmeyer Pavek Averett Stepan Gall Moran Rambur Coast-to-Coast vs. Coast-to-Coast vs. Carpenter- Seitz Conaway Carpenter L. Sax Turner W. Das[nger H. Martini Albertson Simard Sidney Electric vs. Sld. Nat'l. Rank M. Dasinger NEA Gear Cumming Buehler Mclntosh Sartorins H. Anderson Rlchland Natq. Bank vs. KGCX Seitz Austreng Rediin Myers J. Sampson Eicholtz Watkins H. Jensen Martini Steel vs. J. C. Penney Fr. Sampson I. Johnson Sanford N. Jones Hurd Amunrud Habedank Fulkerson Toggery vs. Yellowstone Mere. Potts Rounce Elliot A. Sobolik F. Jones Becket Werle F. Sax Sobollk's vs. Johnson Hard- ware Williamson Ewin E. Sobolik P. Johnson Oraw Rick ney. Getting the win for Sidney was the lefty, Ernie Waters Leading the Sidney hitting attack were Dennis Johnson with two home runs, Tom Paladichuk with one, and Tim Thorgerson with two doubles. Semi-finals action saw Sidney losing to tourney champs Williston Pangers 7-2. Williston broke open a close game in the fourth and went on into the championship. Losing pitcher for Sidney, but pitching a fine game was Dennis Johnson. Poor defensive play plagued Sidney in the later innings. Bill Sobolik led the Sidney hitting with two hits. In a consolation bracket game Sidney won a chance to move into the consolation cham- pionship by defeating Williston Pepsi 9-2. The winning pitcher for Sidney was Ernie Waters. The Sidney hitting was sparked by two round trippers by Mike Wood. Sidney also played a fine defensive game. In the consolation cham- pionship game Friday night Sidney defeated Fairview 114). On the mound for the shut out victory was Tom Paladichuk. Once again the entire Sidney team hit well and turned in some fine defensive plays, The leading hitters were Tim Thorgerson, Tom Paladichuk and Dale Fink. On Wednesday afternoon July 5 Sidney hosted Williston Pangers in a six inning game at Water Tower Park. It was a close game with Williston coming out the victor, 6-3. Sidney had trouble hitting in the early innings but fine defensive play by Ernie Waters and Dennis Johnson kept Sidney in the game. Sidney finally started hitting in the fifth but their rally ran short as Sunday, July 16 at the Richland County Fairgrounds Admission" '1 50 Adults CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE Seating in the Time Trials 1:00 p.m. RACES START 2:00 p.m. 5 - Classes Vetter E. Thogerson the sfxth was ended by a double HOST TEAM: Whiting Ins.-,,, h,, t. o' w "o""" i : ECY CLUB] WhiUng, Packard, I g,Hube" three run homer in the third D USTER and N, r(h,]l, inning for Williston. On Monday afternoon July 10 Sidney once Mote Sports- Page 7B again met Williston Pangers in ,, ,, , ,, , [,, Distributed by your Locally owned BLUE ROCK PRODUCTS CO. Sidmff, Mtlm SO Collins Blasts P.CA Team 16-2 Chuck Buxbamn gave up a two-run homer to the opposing pitcher Jim Sifuentes in the second inning, then shut them out the rest of the way for a 16-2 victory over PCA. PCA was missing both of their starting pitchers, Tom Paladichuk had a three-run homer for Collins. Livestock Team Clobbers Husky Sidney Livestock downed Husky 15 to 4 Tuesday night. All of the Sidney Livestock team were hitting well .and accumulated a total of 11 hits and 4 R. B. I. Tom Torgerson and Steven Kelly got two hits and 2 R. B. I. Tom Torgerson pitched the entire game, with David Williams at first base and Clayton Larsen as third baseman, making some fi. catches. !i i iiii i  i lil