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H. eader Sports Sunday, Sept 21,2(X33--@A irview defensive point conversion as Fairview's effort, Fairview lead extended to 22-8 with 7:06 portion of left in the half. fashion Fairview tallied a final score over the Cul- in the half as Vaira and Kopp combined for good ground gains off return by to bring the Warriors to the Cul- 25-yard keeper bertson 20. A scramble by Vaira Fairview led to f'ast and goal at the six- 25-yard line yard line. With 2:16 remaining, initial posses-Vaira carried the ball past the keeper by Vaira, goal line to increase Fairview's yards, handed lead to 20 points, 28-8. A final tast score. Culbertson offensive attack of ran in by the half was foiled as a good an defensive effort by Erik Johnson with just over in the secondary broke up a remaining in the would-be aerial gain for the Cowboys. g The Warriors' continued their as a 54-yard punt defensive excellence in the sec- extended ond half as Johnson again came to 14-0 through in the secondary with an Cowboys, interception. Johnson's return the fast, tallied off the interception landed the of the game as Warriors deep into Culbertson Connected with territory, and with 10:53 on the keeper by Bush clock, Thiel ran for six addition- Conversion as al points. A Vaira run added the stood at 14-8 at conversion as Fairview's margin stanza, increased to 36-8. behind a Handed a final scoring oppor- by Shawn tunity, the Warriors, behind strong gains on the ground by crossed Vaira and Kopp, ran to the Cow- 27-yard line. boys' 32. The tally mounted to held tight as 44-8 as a 22-yard TD run by by Kyle Warren Vaira and two-point conversion to a third by Thiel accounted for the Cow- Fairview's final score of the to punt, Thiel third quarter. to midfield to A nicely run reverse by Vitt good field and another gain on the ground planned run by Klose set up Fairview's final a40-yard striketouchdown for the evening as Klose for the Vaira found pay dirt off the Connection fromkeeper in the 50-8 win for the the two- Warriors. Savage def. Fairview a win to its league record with a 25-10, 25-14 and in Fairview. with 26 kills, five blocks, 14 21 assists. Jill Jorgensen led the team in kills with with four. Kim Pust led the Warriors in aces with ended the match with 12 digs while Nikki with 15 assists. squad recorded 10 kills, three aces, 11 digs and Taylor finished with thre, ckills and three digs. finished With three digs. Ivana Norby ended the aces and three digs while Courtney Kittleson led the With three. Richey def. Bainville 3, 25-12 and 25-17 win over Bainville Tuesday, the up another conference victory. pals tallied 21 kills, four blocks, l0 aces, 17 digs individually was Kaci Switzer with digs. Hayley Carr led the team in aces Robin Colbert ended play with 10 assists. s ended the match with 10 kills, five aces, three tsts and a block. Tawnya Manning recorded six aces Rayna Berndt led the team in aces with two. play with five assists. Lustre def. Lake-Froid Medicine Lake-Froid fell to Lustre Chris- games Friday by scores of 13-25, 20-25 and 22- the team tallied 13 kills, 12 assists, 10 aces, 30 Harvey led the squad in kills with four ' Schmidt finished the match with eight digs while Noel Melton recorded three aces. Play with 28 kills, 27 assists, 15 aces, 52 digs and team was led by Sarah Zerbe with 13 kills, 10 aces National Farm AND HEALTH September 21- 27 WEEK Busch Agricultural Resources, Inc. ONE OF THETHE ANHEUSER-BUSCH COMPANIES Sidney, MT 433-3322 Pi( skin aicks Football Contest all in the DETAILS isn't all it auto be, bring it superior deta s rvice. rl cleaning of , floormats O trunk and out Automotive l tail 81 lallsts all vinyl I I box). OF MONTANA, 203 South Central Avenue 482-211 erence @ Fairview's Tyler Thiel runs through an attempted tackle by a Culbertson defender CuIbertson. Fairview won the conference opener by a margin of 50-8. PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY in conference play Fdday night in Richey def. Nashua Richey handed Nashua a non-confercnce loss Friday night toCzrcle-Rzchey suffers loss remain undefeated. Scores for the match were 25-8, 25-22 and 25- Although Circle-Richey trailed accounted for the Wildcats' 10. by a slim 14-12 margin at the first-half scoring. Layton Vever- As a team, the Royals recorded 22 kills. 12 assists, 17 aces, 38 digs and three blocks. Kaci Switzer led Richey in kills with 10, digs with half against Hysham Friday ka ran for a six-yard TD as well 13 and blocks with two. Robin Colbert finished with all 12 assists night, the Pirates outscored the as the extra point for Circle's Wildcats 12-8 and 22-8 in the lone third quarter tally. The while Alysia Johnston ended the match with five aces. Nashua ended the night with 14 kills, 10 assists, seven aces 26 digs final two quarters to defeat Cir- Wildcats' final score resulted and a block, cle, 48-28. from a nine-yard run by Trotter A three-yard pass from Jim and extra point toss from Trotter ................................ Trotter to Colin Radakovic and to Radakovic. re-:s*ra*:ong. set a one-yard run by Matt Zuroff Richland Youth Hockey will hold registration for all age groups, 4to 18, onSept. 30andOct. l from 6-8 p.m. at the hockey build- P~ P & K today at Swanson th n e ing at 601 7 Ave S.W. New skaters, six and u d r, will skate flee, with new skaters, ages seven and up, paying half of the regular reg- The annual Punt, Pass and Kick, hosted by the Sidney Jaycees, will istration fee. A discount is available for families with more than two take place today at 2 p.m. at Sidney High School's Swanson Field. skaters. Equipment rental is available lor ages 10 and under and Participants can register at the foothall field at 1:30 p.m. The event girls. Anyone having questions may contact Deb Cavanaugh at is sponsored by Pepsi and the NFL. 488-2843. Puff benefit track football to program Sidney's High School's junior girls match up against Sidney's senior girls in a powder puff' flag football game tonight (Sunday) at Sidney's Swanson Field. Cost for admission is $3 tbr adults and $2 lor students. Proceeds from the game will go toward the funding of the Sidney track pro- gram. 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