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A4 SIDNEY HERALD,WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2, 20 9 SPORTS Savage wins in dominant fashion over Bainville BYTRAVISDEVLIN Savage Warriors bat- tled the Bainville Bull- dogs on a windy, cold Saturday afternoon. De- spite the weather, many fans of both sides came out in support of their team.Savage kicked off to the Bulldogs to open the game. After a quick stop and a turnover on downs by the Bulldogs on their first drive, the Warriors opened on the 21-yard line in enemy ter- ritory. On the first play of that ensuing drive, Sloan McPherson re- ceived the handoff and ran it into the endzone for a touchdown, one of his many on the day. It was 6-0. The next drive for Bainville resulted in a punt, once again giv- ing the ball right back to the Warriors. Savage would find the endzone three more times before the end of the quarter making it 27-0 at the end of the first.At the start of the second quarter, Ba- inville was finally able to get on the board on a long touchdown catch and run. But once again, Savage began to roll. The next three touchdowns before halftime went to the Warriors, ending the half with a score of 46-7. Bainville opened up the second half with an onside kick catching the Warriors off guard and recovering the ball. After an ensuing fumble on the Bulldogs drive, Savage would once again takeover. However, that didn’t last long as it was intercepted by Bainville and in turn eventually finding the endzone for their second touchdown of the day making it 46-13. Savage would go on to score two more touch- downs resulting in a 61-13 victory and head- ing home with an over— all record of 2-1 on the season. The Warriors next game will be held at home for homecom— ing on Friday, Oct. 4, at 7 pm. against the Mus- tangs of Garfield County. Sept 23_ Rickey-Lambert falls 3—2 in tigth contested match against Scobey BYTRAVISDEVUN Richey-Lambert Fusion volleyball was in action Thursday night at home to face off against the Scobey Lady Spartans. Game one started off with a mini come- back for the Fusion. After falling behind 9—7 early on, they would never lose the lead again. Richey-Lambert went on to win the first game 25-20. In game two, the momen- tum was short lived for the Fusion as they would fall 16-25 tying the games at one apiece. In the most competitive game of the match, the third game was a lot of back and forth scoring. It resulted in a total of 10 ties in the game throughout, with the Fusion never leading by more than four. But in the end, the lead by four would stay intact with the Fusion going on to win 25—21 and tak- ing a 2-1 game lead heading into the fourth game. Going up for the kill is Richey—Lambert junior Laurel Sponheim at the matchup on the home court on Thursday, Sept. 26. For the final two games, the momentum swayed over the Lady Spartans. Scobey would go on to win the fourth game 19-25 and the fifth and final game by the score of 3-15 taking the overall victory of 3-2. Isabelle Fatzinger of the Fusion led the team with 14 assists and Lauren Krenning October 4-October 12 $10 REBATE on Valspar Pristine 8: Medallion® per gallon container/ Ridiey-Lambertvolleyball dominates in victory over Bainville BYTliAVISDEVllll Richey—Lambert Fusion was right back on the volleyball court Friday night at Bainville taking on the lady Bulldogs. Coming off a competitive loss the previous night at home against the Scobey lady Spar- tans, the Fusion were look- ing to rebound after a quick turnaround. in the first game, it started out close until it reached 7-6 in favor of the Fusion. After that, Richey—Lambert would go on to score the next 10 straight points and resulting in the eventual victory of game 1 by the final score of 25—12. The next two games were eerily similar to the first one. ' SALE SALE - SALE ' SALE ' SALE SALE ' SALE SALE - SALE - SALE ' \All ‘SAII -.‘§l\ll ' \IUI ' HAL] After falling behind 0-1, Richey-Lambert went on a 19 to one run. The Bulldogs weren’t able to get their third point until late in the game. At that time, the score was 19-3. Bainville would go on to score a total of seven in the second game, chalking up another victory for, the Fusion 25-7. The dominance contin— ued for the Fusion in the final game, once again creating an insurmountable lead right off the bat. That lead was never in doubt. Richey—Lambert would win the third and final game of the match 25-9, making it a clean sweep of Bainville. Laurel Sponheim led the team with 10 kills followed'by seven for PHOTO BY TRAVIS DE N After receiving the handoff, Sloan McPherson is eyeing the endzone at the matchup in Bainville on Saturday, PHOTO BY TRAVIS DEVLlN Going up for the kill is Richey—Lambert senior, Lauren Krenning in the matchup at Bainville on Friday, Sept. 28. Courtney Herman and Lauren Krenning with six. Aside from the many kills that factored into the games, aces were also key as Jaylyn Klempel had a total oi six, along with four apiece for Krenning and Herman. Richey—Lambert will be back in action at home against North Country Mavericks on Friday. Oct. 4 at 4 pm. m 3* ,1 f“ - ‘iws' ilVS' JIVS‘ :l‘lVS ‘\ UV 540 per five—gallon container REBATE on Valspar® Integrity® per gallon container/ $35 per five—gallon container See rebate coupon in stores for details. Mail in for colorful savings on your favorite Valspar paints. ' 5A If. '5’“! l lVK - -‘»I\I| HVK- . J.» 3;.EAEB‘W'AEE is FEEMITURE «A ............................... j ........................ llV'w- llV‘s- 2a ‘ as Tuesday, October 8 am. 5 pm. John Stockhill Jewelers will be having their ivAnnual Restyling . Event. if ewelry you no longer wear or ed family heirlooms that just 8-. ’SAII - llV‘s- STORE HOURS a.m.—5:30 p.m. Monday—Friday 0 8 a.m.~4 pm. Saturday ' l~I\Il 'IV\‘ [\ll ‘SAII llV“ Thursday , October 3, 2019 10 am. 6:00 pm. 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