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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 ,Sunday, Sept. 14, Z003-eA over and hard play The two teams battled to a 3-3 the Lady Lions deadlock in game two. The Friday night Lions, behind a nice set by Goss 25-14, to Amy Vaira for an outside kill, 25-15 win over an ace by Diede and tip by Vaira, went on a 7-0 run to take serving by Tami control of an 11-4 advantage Irigoin, over Fairview. A quick kill by a back row kill Klempel was matched by a nice helped to placement hit by Lindsey Taylor lead for Lambertas the Lions' lead stood at 20- of the match. The 10. Tough play at the net by the ace serving Diede and good serving effi- the mar- ciency by Goss brought the blocking by score to 24-10 en route to the a 10-point, 18-8second-game win for Lambert. Lambert. The The Warriors started off strong 24-13 before a in game three as Ivana Norby Fairview's Trista played the net well, and with the Warriors in good overall team defense, a hard kill Fairview found itself with a 6-3 the advantage. The Lions came back to knot things up before a Froid-Lake def. Savage suffered a straight-games loss to Froid-Medi- night by scores of 25-20, 25-22 and 25-14. 10 of Savage's 20 total kills. Nikki Sanders 10 of the team's 17 assists while Mindy Trzin- gs with nine of the squad's 38. Ashlee Shar- blocks. Three aces were served and the team accumulated 19 kills, 18 assists, nine two blocks. Whitney Schmidt led the team with three aces and both blocks. Brittney Opp ended while Noel Melton recorded 14 digs. Circle def. Ekalaka but Circle's Lady Wildcats were vi.ct.orious night. Scores for the match were 25-8, 23-25, match with 27 kills, 24 assists, seven aces, 74 Brittany Hove led the team with eight kills and Beery finished with 12 assists and 18 digs. the squad in aces with three. 20 kills, 21 assists, 10 aces, 56 digs and 16 led the team with eight kills, five aces and nine Fairview def. Bainville Warriors recorded its first victory of the season win over Bainville Tuesday night by scores of and 25-18. finished with 21 kills, 11 aces, 35 digs, 10 Lyndsey Taylor ended the match with five aces Klose accounted for four assists while Lauren block. Chelsea Porta finished with five of the Lady Bull- play with three of the team's Hauso accounted for six of Bainville's eight Richey def.Wibaux a 92 percent serving night Thursday to scores of 25-14, 25-10 and 25-5. to play our style of ball the entire match," Richey said. "We pounded well, stayed back for our waited for the set ball." 19 kills, three blocks, 10 aces, 20 digs and 13 Sarah Servais and Alysia Johnston led the Vith two each. Kaci Switzer finished the match with tWo blocks. Hayley Carr ended play with a block as the team in assists with all 13 while Hostetler digs with six. recorded seven kills, four aces, 24 digs, two Shanelle Delp and Nikki Hoaglund each finished accounted for two aces and a block. Circle def. Poplar another win to its season record with a three-game Tuesday. Scores for the match were 25-7, 25-15 ended the match with 27 kills, three blocks, 18 assists. The team was led by Brittany Hove blocks and six aces. Lindsey Nagle ended play recorded 10.assists.- the match with nine kills,' 10 aces, 39 digs, 10 m mmlmmmm mm m m m m m m m m m m mm mm mm m m m m m m mmI ING AID SERVICE CENTER Sponsored by Hearing Aid Institute at m )R CITIZENS CENTER [ 813 3rd St. NE Buy Batteries ! Sidney, MT for $1.99 I September 16, 2003 Per Package I. I 9.00 a.m.-ll:00 a.m. FREE HEARING SCREENINGS I r aoBoE I 'L// 3/YIMM] ! 09 725 1st Ave. N of Life Great Fails, MT II~tl~D~//j "'--, ....,,. .............. :INSTITUTKI,,~~ Treatments of .... Sport & Work Injuries Accidents Other Pain Conditions e4ata ,/ Laverne Jorgensen bndt f/a= ta the tJnday, September 14 ,rrlors tip by Klose and strong play by " T. Kittleson at the net helped the Warriors to a two-point, 11-9 lead. The Lions, however, again came back to deadlock the score at 14-14. Lambert continued its momentum to rally for a 10-1 run behind the strength of Vaira's serving. A final set from Goss to Irigoin ended the night's match. Lambert tallied 26 kills, five blocks, five aces, 24 digs and 19 assists. Klempel led the team in kills with eight, digs with six and blocks with three. Goss and Vaira each recorded two aces while Goss finished with 18 assists as well. Vaira also added six digs. For Fairview, the team ended the night with 10 kills, three aces, 49 digs, six assists and a block. Kayla Strasheim led the Warriors in kills with three. Klose finished with two aces. Taylor led the team in digs with 12. Courtney Kittleson recorded four assists while Lauren Mueller accounted for the lone block. Fairvlew's Ivana Norby, left, attempts in action at Fairview Friday night. an outside tip against PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY +' Lambert's JaNae Klempel : SIX en win over il In a strong offensive perform- ance by Circle-Richey Friday night, the Wildcats' Layton Vev- erka was responsible for six touchdowns (five on the ground) to help the team to a 56- 36 victory over Culbertson- Bainville. Circle-Richey held a tight 16- 14 edge after the first quarter behind a pair of 20-yard runs by Veverka. The extra points were added by Dustin White and Jim Trotter. Circle's initial score of the game came from an opening kickoff return of 76 yards by Ran Schenks. Shawn Dehner ran nine yards for the team's final score of the quarter. The Wildcats opened up a 32- 14 halftime lead as the team outscored Culbertson 16-0 in the second quarter of play. Vev- Bainville FFA football picks Winners for week one of Bainville's FFA football contest were Greg Breuer, Fairview, and Brad Westphai, Williston. erka, with a 30-yard intercep- tion return and a 45-yard run, accounted for 12 of those 16 points. A reception by Colin Radackovich from Trotter and a Trotter run added the conver- sions. A 39-yard run by Circle's Dehner was matched by a nine- yard run by Veverka as the two team battled to an 8-8 deadlock in the third quarter. Runs of six yards and a yard I 90th Birthday Please join Louise Conradsen at her house RR 2, Box 215 Savage, MT Sunday, Sept. 14 p.m. I please no gifts by Veverka and White, respec- tively, accounted for Circle- Richey's final two touchdowns. A Dehner reception of nine yards and a 40-yard run by Dehner represented C, ulbertson- Bainville's last two TDs in the 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. 20-point win for the Wildcats. Veverka ran for 206 yards on 28 carries for Circle-Richey. ( Trotter ran for two point-after ~- conversions, passed for two and i led the team defensively with 13 ':, i J tackles. ' t 'j We would like to "' ~itake this opportunity :+ ~ito thank everyone for :' i~ ~iithelr thoughtfulness, icare, compassion and !prayers during the loss of our husband, father & grandfather. You showed us support in so many ways and we want to sap "Thank You". 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