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SIDNEY HERALD Sports 'WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2016 9A Girls basketball players take part in a passing drill during the Jordan ii Sullivan basketball BILL VANDER WffLE I SIDNEY HERALD camp held at Sidney High School. The Sidney Tiger Sharks fly, Ella Norby in the 50 had an outstanding show- backstroke, Hadley Garsjo ing of 75 athletes in Glen- in the 100 backstroke and dive during the weekend. 50 freestyle, Trevino in "We had many race for the 25 backstroke, 100 the first time this weekend, I.M. and 50 freestyle, Seth and a large majority of the Dodds in the 100 freestyle, athletes made it to Sunday Ryan McGinnis in the 100 which allowed our team freestyle and 50 freestyle, to score over 1,300 points," Morgan Kindopp in the 50 Coach Marie Holler said. freestyle, Larson in the 50 "We took home first in breast stroke and 100 I.M. the meet and in overall and Gwyneth Arthur in relays." the 200 I.M. High point winners this Taking third were Ella meet were first-timer Ryan Norby in the 100 I.M., Unruh for the boys 8 and Corben Holler in the 50 under division and Ash- freestyle and 100 freestyle, lynn Kessel brought home Alec Lovegren in the 50 the high point trophy for freestyle and 100 freestyle, the 13-14 girls division. Ryleigh Kleinke in the "We are gearing up for 25 breast stroke, Marett this weekend as it is our Schieber in the 50 breast home meet. It should be a stroke, Ryan McGinr~is in fairly large group as divi- the 50 breast stroke, Dodds sional is only two weeks in the 100 breast stroke, away," Holler said. "The Connor Fink in the 100 team is in hopes that the breast stroke, Kleinke in community will come to the 50 freestyle and 25 but- watch and support these terfly and G. Arther in the talented young men and 100 backstroke. women who labor through Placing fourth were many cold mornings, Hunter Sanders in the 50 hot days and long sets of butterfly and 50 breast swimming to represent the stroke, E. Norby in the 50 town of Sidney." butterfly, Grace Klempel Individuals placing first in the 50 backstroke, Cole were Unruh in the 100 I.M., Roberts in the 100 back- 25 butterfly and 25 breast stroke, G. Arthur in the 100 stroke, Morgan Kindopp freestyle, T. Stewart in the in the 25 freestyle, Taylor 100 freestyle and 50 breast Stewart in the 50 freestyle, stroke, Nicholas Trevino Ashlynn Kessel in the 50 in the 100 breast stroke, freestyle, 100 freestyle, 50 A. Norby in the 25 breast butterfly and 100 breast stroke, M. McGinnis in the stroke, Mason Kindopp in 50 freestyle, Holler in the the 50 breast stroke, Had- 100 I.M., Schieber in the ley Garsjo in the 100 breast 100 I.M., Dodds in the 200 stroke, Miguel Trevino in I.M. and Kleinke in the 100 the 50 freestyle, Ave' Norby I.M. in the 25 backstroke, Aren Taking fifth were A. Larson in the 50 back- Norby in the 100 I.M., stroke, Torey Dahl in the Izaak Yockim in the 100 100 backstroke and Aubrey I.M. and 50 butterfly, Josie Kessel in the 50 butterfly. Yockim in the 200 I.M., Placing second were Hollye Blekestad in the 50 Trev Stewart in the 100 freestyle, 100 breast stroke butterfly, Dahl in the 100 and 400 freestyle, Schieber butterfly and 200 I.M., in the 50 breast stroke, Michael McGinnis in Fink in the 100 freestyle, the 50 butterfly and 100 Ethan Erickson in the 50 backstroke, Zoey Garsjo backstroke and Etizabeth in the 25 butterfly, Taylor Langwald in the 50 but- Stewart in the 50 butter- terfly. ....... Logan Peterson takes aim from BILL VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD the free-throw line. Campers work on their three-day camp. BILL VANDER WEELE ] SIDN[Y HERALD footwork during a game held at the in area SUBMITfED BY RICHLAND COUNTY NUTRITION COALITION Summer is the perfect time to explore local food sources at your hometown Farmer's Market! From sa- voring produce at the peak of freshness to meeting the people who grow your food, there are countless reasons to support farm- ers markets. Here are just a few! 1. Taste Real Flavors The fruits and vegetables you buy at the farmers market are the freshest and tastiest available. Fruits are allowed to ripen fully in the field and are brought directly to you -- no long-distance shipping, no gassing to simulate the ripening process, no sitting for weeks in stor- age. This food is as real as it gets -- fresh from the farm. 2. Enjoy the Season The food you buy at the farmers market is season- al. It is fresh and delicious and reflects the truest flavors. Shopping and cooking from the farm- ers market helps you to reconnect with the cycles of nature in our region. As you look forward to asparagus in spring, savor sweet corn in summer, or bake pumpkins in autumn, you reconnect with the earth, the weather, and the turning of the year. 3. Support Family Farm- ers Family farmers need your support. Small family farms have a hard time competing in the food mar- ketplace. Buying directly from farmers gives them a better return for their produce and gives them a fighting chance in today's globalized economy. 4. Nourish Yourself Much food found in grocery stores is highly processed. Some of it has been irradiated, waxed, the best ways to connect or gassed in transit, with where your food These practices may havecomes from. negative effects on human Meeting and talking to health. In contrast, most farmers and food artisans food found at the farmers is a great opportunity to market is minimally pro-learn more about how and cessed, and many of our where food is produced. farmers go to great lengths 6. Connect with to grow the most nutri- Your Community tious produce possible by Wouldn't you rather using sustainable tech- stroll amidst outdoor niques, picking produce stalls of fresh produce right before the market,on a sunny day than roll and growing heirloom va-your cart around a grocery rieties, store with artificial lights 5. Know Where Your and piped in music? Food Comes From Coming to the farmers A regular trip to a market makes shopping farmers market is one ofa pleasure rather than a www.facebook.com/simplysb "q ge are oeryo.e FEATURING A full espresso bar, from scratch bakery, made to order crepes, smoothies, and iced drinks of all kindsl 141 7th St SW. Sidney Montana o O f CLl 406-480-0507 mcl0fthus@lcmail.lcsc.edu O~ o~ o~ O0 go Wednesday, July 13 Patriots vs. Billings Cardinals Saturday & Sunday, July 16 & 17 Sidney host home meet, 10 a.m. B: COMPANIES [Im I D! 000000000000000000000 000 go O0 chore. The farmers market is a community hub -- a place to meet up with your friends, bring your children, and reconnect to our vibrant community. The Farmers' Market in Sidney is 7:30 a.m. to noon on Saturdays at the Richland County/Sidney Library's parking lot. Ashlynn Kessel and Ryan the Glendive swim meet. Sidney Fire Department unavailable SUBMITTED Unruh earned high point awards at at press time 203 S Central Ave "Disaster Restoration Specialists" Since 1986 .Residential .Commercial 406-482-2113 .Industrial iiiiiiii!iii!i!iii!~ iiiiiiii!iil;ill Tuesday thru July 19-23 3-5:30 pm Sunday, July ,...., 10 a.m. Sunday School and Children's Church 11 a.m. Church service with VBS program and awards Cookout, water game and more to follow service Sidney First Church of the Nazarene 606 9th St SW, Sidney 406-488-1956 or richard@sidneynaz.org