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Results -Wea'es: , Sept. 3, 2o03 alrvlew Serving the MonDak area since 1908 The Fairview Warriors pre- back Ryan Vaira and running assaults. Between the running pare this week to take on the back Tyler Thiel. Defensively, a attack of Vaira and Thiel and Terry Terriers in the Warriors' key for the Warriors this week- Vaira connections to receivers Homecoming game Friday end will be in how well the team Nick Klose and Kyle Cayko, night. An early-season poll can stopthe run up the middle. Fairview managed to keep the ranked Terry as the number "l've heard that Terry hasBulldogs defense in suspense three-rated team from the 2-C more speed than they expected throughout much of the game. behind Wibaux and Ekalaka. to have this year, but I'm more "One thing we have to do bet- Although the Terriers are impressed on how hard they run ter this gameis to get offtheball without All-State quarterback up the middle. They're notquicker and sustain our blocks- Ross Huber, the team returns 12 afraid to pound it." Fairview we can't let them beat us to the lettermen to this year's squad. Head Coach Rob Taylor said. punch," Taylor said. "One thing This cast of letter winners "We have great pursuit defen- about eight-man football is that includes a pair of strong running sively, but really have to work once things start rolling, it can backs in tailback Levi Liles and on up-the-gut situations."really roll for you or against you fullback Nathan Christofferson. Fairview's team speed did a in a hurry. We'll just have to Both players double defensively nice job of not only containing a keep making adjustments as as linebackers as well. potent Ekalaka offense last needed." Both the Warriors and Terriers weekend in a tight six-point loss Kick off time for the Warriors' possess goodoverallteamspeed to the Bulldogs, but mixedhomecoming bash against the this season as Fairview boasts a things up offensively with a Terriers is slated for 7 p.m. strong running attack in quarter- good blend of ground and aerial A team score of 336 by Sid- placed second with a score of 76 for the top position. ney's boys golf team landed the 362. For the girls, top 20 finishers group in a tie for third place with Individually for the boys, Matt for Sidney were Kendra Fike Colstrip at the Colstrip lnvita- Rauschendorfer shot an 83 to with a 108, Chandra Torgerson tional Friday. Billings Central place 10th. Placing in the top 20 with a 114 and Kristan won the tournament with a score were Jay Bond and Brady Torg- DeCoudres with a 115. Shooting of 322 followed by Glendive in erson with identical scores of a 136 was Allison Peterson second with a 335. 84. Eric Andersen shot an 85 to while Amanda VanEvery fin- The girls team shot a 473 for finish in the top 20 as well. ished the day with a 138. Win- fourth place at the invitational. Shooting an 89 was David ning the girls tournament was Central's girls won the tourna- Stennes for Sidney. Glendive's Central's Rachel Warren with a ment with a 359 while Colstrip Jason Kinsey ended play with a 76. PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY Sidney's Brady Torgeraon tees off in a tournament held earlier this season in Sidney. Torgerson finished in the top 20 st the Colstrip Invitational Saturday. Football Sidney 26 - Williston 35 Fairview 26 - Ekalaka 32 Savage t2. Wibaux 44 CirclelRichey 8. Lake 6 Lambert 20 - Highwood 53 Volleyball Sidney 0 - Billings Senior 2 Sidney 0 - Laurel 2 Sidney 2. Glendive 1 Savage 3 - Bainville 0 Richey 3 - Lambert 0 Richey 3 - Scobey 0 Fairview 0 - Alexander 3 Sidney 0 - Plentywood 3 Lambert 3 - Lake 1 Fairview 0 - Lustre 3 Fairview 0 - Nashua 3 G01__f Sidney - 3rd Colsl ip Invitational Cross Country Sidney - 6th Billings Invitational brought to__you by: [I 2000 W. Holly 433-6406 489-6406 across from Fair Grounds !i iiiiiiiiii Used Appliances for Sale Cross Country Friday, Sept. 5 Saturday, Sept. 6 Sidney vs Glendive Sidney at Sidney Savage at Brockton Football Richey vs Lustre Saturday, Sept. 6 Friday, Sept. 5 Fairview vs Richey Fairview vs Terry (Homecoming) (Homecoming) Culbertson vs Culbertson vs Hysham Froid/Medicine LakeSavage at Ekalaka Lambert at Savage Saturday, Sept. 6 Tuesday, Sept. 9 Lambert at Rocky Boy Fairview at Bainville Richey/Circle at Scobey Rodeo Golf Saturday, Sept. 6 Friday, Sept. 5 & MT High School & Saturday, Sept. 6 YRA at Broadus Sidney at ND High School at Elgin Billings Invitational Sunday, Sept. 7 MT High School & \ YRA at Broadus ND High School at Raleigh in omecomln Fairvlew's Kyle Cayko, left, drags down an Ekalaka against the Bulldogs. es Sidney's volleyball squad matches up against Glendive in the Eagles' home opener Friday night. As both teams lost much of its strength to gradua- tion, both squads are rebuilding this year with tal- ented youth. Sidney returns this season with no seniors on its squad. "With a young team and no senior leadership, it's hard to be patient and focus on every game throughout the match," Sidney Head Coach Mary Pfau said. "This will take care of itself, though, with time and experience." The last match for the Eagles was at a showcase tournament in which Sidney and Glendive paired up against one another. The Eagles were victori- ous in two out of three games of the match by runner in action scores of 25-13, 9-25 and 25-17' Lady Devils serve and set struggles with closure. For this point for the Eagles lies in their the serve. "We've really been working on game (serve .receives) because gling with getting into our "We have to learn to react faster. Butt great determination and are work hard with a never-die Once into their offense, show nice strength at the net, mination of the squad, good thingS! happen to this team in the future. Richey's Trevor Vaira, top photo, competes in the saddle bronc riding event at the Labor Day weekend rodeo in Wibaux; right, Katie Whitford, Sidney, rounds the barrel while Sid- ney's Matt Wznick, bottom photo, ties his calf in quick fashion. " Photos by Herald Staff II is being offered to anyone who finds and returns the wallet belonging to Chris Dietz. Please return to: Dennis Dietz 506 2nd St. SE 488-1937 No questions asked, Please, just return. I eo Wibaux High Rodeo was Monday. Rodeo were School team roping, breakaway and barrel racing, in steer wrestling ing, barrels, goat tying, pole Matthew team roping andl Junior high Kunesh and Their events breakaway flag race and ing. Pippert the championship. fifth in the ing while C. in the average and seventh in! goat tying. Y With the fall sports season is full stride, the area coaches to utilize our toll free number to a timely manner. The number to call is quarter scores (game scores for volleyball), final lights, individual stats and possibly a small help with this would be greatly appreciated.