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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 e str y,/ 3, eo Standing room only was avail- Jess Martin, Dillon, tied for top able both Thursday and Friday honors with scores of 77. With nights as rodeo athletes and per- scores of 72 were Kevin Keller, formers gathered to compete and Harlem, Shane Moran, Dillon, amuse fans at the Richland and Justin Jacobsen, Bowman, County Rodeo. N.D. These riders tied for third For example, in an entertain- and fourth. ing display of awesome strength Bull riding and beauty, the Budweisser West Glacier's Beau Hill won Clydesdales put on an exhibition the event with a score of 82 fol- Thursday night in the art of lowedby SeanKrei, Helena, and backing up an eight-horse team Aaron Kafka, Bridger, with into a loading dock. In addition, scores Of 81 to tie for second and both nights featured the comic third. Cody Callaway, Gillette, antics of rodeo clown Tommy Wyo., placed fourth with a 79. Sheffield, the Texas Kid, to Calf roping .enhance the already stimulating Roundup's Jody Wacker won odeo action, the event in a time of 8.9 fol- Results from the rodeo are as lowed closely by Preston Bil- ;follows: ladeau, Parshall, N.D., with a :: Barebacking riding time of 9.1. With a time of 10.2 With a score of 73, Malta's for third place was Miles City's ::John Stewart won the event. Tate Woodard. Robert Sperry, :Second place went to Helena's Trotters, N.D., placed fourth in Ben Wrenzinski with a score of 11.5. :72. Scott Chesarek, Billings, Steer wrestling iplaced third (69) followed by Tying for the top position were Ryan Beckman, Bozeman, (66). Nick Stubblefieid, and Shannon Saddle bronc Blixt, both of Helana, with times Shaun Stroh, Glendive, andof 4.7. Third place went to Bill PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY 111 Harris, Circle, competes in saddle bronc riding Friday The beauty of the Budweisser Boyce, Lewistown, in a time of 5.3. Walt Anseth, Raynesford, placed fourth in a time of 5.8. Team roping The team of Ted Hoyt, Brown- ing, and Jim Cole, Harlem, won the event in a time of 6.1. Plac- ing second were Bill Boyce, Lewistown, and Brett Fleming, Broadus, in a time of 7.0. Third place went to Kyle Donahue, Nye, and Dustin Ostrum, Fish- tail, in 7.6. With a time of 8.1, the team of Luke Anderson and Pete Rising, Culbertson, placed fourth. Barrel racing Geyser's Raelene Konzak won the event in a time of 17.7 fol- lowed by Bozeman's Lauren Watson in second (17.78). Sid- ney's Rayna Prewitt placed third in 17.88. Fourth place went to Darcy Mapston, Geyser. 4 Ill PHOTO BY BILL VANDERWEELE UBC finished off its fast-pitch season by winning the younger girls league title. Pic- tured, front from left, are Megan Smith, Nicole Zller, Sally Selensky and Kenzle Brown; back, Coach Terry Roth, Courtney Mclntyre, Kaylle Davldson, Coach Dan Smith, Natalie Roth, Kim Schulz, Desiree Turner and Coach Scott Ziler. I I I i IIII Clydesdales entertained rodeo Photos by Duane Norby goers Thursday night at the Richland Malta's John photo, won the event with this ride score of 73. Terry's Burian, bottom right takes on this bull in Friday night; photo, Robert S tars, N.D., tied this day night in 11.5 to fourth. The MonDak Humane Society Introduces... Dottle. Dottie is a female stray that wandered into someone's yard and needs a new home because the other dog there doesn't like her. We think she is a cross of Rottwei/er or German Shepherd and that she is about 6 months to a year old. If you can give Dottle a new and loving home, please call and leave a message at 1.406-433-PETS. We'll return your call and help to arrange a meeting. YOU us st ~. ~on the web!:~ a e ociety. * l-yw-ota tsb * 7.month-o!d $ Cocker to Little League "A" championship game In the July 27 issue appeared a Matt Harris, playing for the story of the Little League "A" Pizza House, accounted for championship game. Omittedthree of the Pizza House's 12 from that story was a boy who total runs-one RBI and two runs played a significant role in mak- scored individually. Apologies ing the game a tight contest, go out to Matt for the oversight. Cross country to start season Sidney's cross country program for grades 7-12 officially gets under way Aug. 11. The team's initial practice is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. at the high school. The second practice of the day is slated for 5:30 p.m. at the Sidney Country Club. Culbertson's Luke Anderson and Pete Rising had a nlce time of 8.1 on to place fourth In team roplng. tournament Following a golf instructional(29), Dailyn Finnicum (29), period held earlier this summer, Ashley Ray (30), Tessa Dahl young area goiters competed in (34). a junior golf tournament July 25 10-12 boys (six holes) at the Sidney Country Club. 1. Cole Steinbeisser (30) 2. Here are the results. Daylan Wyman (31) 3, Nathan 6-9 boys (three holes)Roth (32) 4. Kevin Fike (32) 5. 1. Brandon Moore (13) 2. Tyrel McPherson (33), Joey Dustin Renders (16) 3. Justin Escobedo (34), Mitch Kallevig Bieber (16) 4. Wyatt Hurst (17) (34), Jordan Karst (36), Tom 5. Cody Steinbeisser (18), Ethan Veil (39), Luke Backaus (42), Chamberlain (20), Bradley Ren- Andrew Christensen (42), Kian ders (21), Brady Bell (21), Jesse Gaskin (46), Grant Christensen Ziler (21), Michael Simard (23), (46), Matt Donavan (46), Brent Cody Edam (23), Justin Bieber Pewonka (50). (24), Adam Lake (25), Tim 10-12 girls (six holes) Frances (26), Dominuque Radke 1. Kourtney Moore (28) 2. (26), KevinEdam(30). Katy Hardy (36) 3. Jessica 6-9 girls (three holes) Salveson (40), Kayla Lake (41), 1. Andria Mastvelten (17) 2. Whitney Satra (41), Janelle Taylor Toepke (21) 3. Elise Buxbaum(41). Torgerson (24) 4. Erin Harris 13-18 boys (nine holes) (26), Abby Balcer (28), Rylee 1. Austin Mastvelten (40) 2. Wyman (28), Maci Holst (29), Jade Binder (43) 3. John Frances Taylor Fay (29), Ariana Gaskin (51) 4. Jake Reynen (54), John Brisben (56), Neil Grant Brunsvold gen (56), Jake Fryling (56), Lyle Matt Harris (59), tensen (66), Ethan Dillon Engelke Danielson (70), (71), Garth Larsen ( Larsen (79). 13-18 1. Buxbaum (54) 3. Every (58) 4. Kira Charity Eberling Eberling (88). Golf slated to The Sidney high season is quickly The first practice scheduled 11 at the Sidney