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idney girls win tourney girls edged out 40.31 and went on to 0tmook M.31. and take scoring with 22 points. The Sidney girls eased out with a 4- 3 lead after the first quarter and a 12-11 lead at the half. In the third quarter, Sney poured on 18 points and held Fairview to Just 6 to take a 30- 17 lead. Leading the scoring for Fairview was Linda Iverson with 11 points. Laura Sund- hehn had 8, Sherry DaN and Shlrley Cook had 4 each and Tournament here action Friday topped Froid 37- @ In third when they defeated Falrvlew Friday Prevc led Sidney in Season DON MRACHEK Coqrattflations to the Sidney girl's basketball team for their championship title in the In- vRational Tournament here last weekend. Deb Prevost and Maureen Wamsley did ex- cellent Jobs in the scoring with Deb averaging 0.5 points per game and Maureen averaging 10. Ccqratuintions are also in order for the Cellm-tsou Cowboys and their convincing 47-0 win over wn St. Leas. The game was ped midway through the fourth quarter of the 4.point rule. Only Rosebnd has scored on n this Year. They play Bozeman Rosary at Bozeman this weekend for the Class C title. My bet goes With Colbertson. Deer hunters apparentiy had overwhelming success Sunday as the season opened in Richland . I have taken several pictures of large that were hagged. Most hunters got at let one deer. Virg Boohler won the prediction contest last Week with 5 wrong. Russ Wells and I each had 0 wrong. This week Virg has picked Montana over Weber State; North Dakota ever Montana State; Culbertson over Bozeman Rosary; Atlanta over IMhephla; Clr.nnati over Buffalo; N. Y. Giants:  Angeks over New New England over N. Y. jets; over Oalt; W ova" San Donver over San Diego; Green Bay am. st. Lo,; ,, tie bce. m,,ta u-- Vroit 17. Russ has picked Montana over Weber State; North Dakota over Montana State; Cnlbertson Over Bozeman Rosary; Atlanta over lJladelphla; Cincinnati over Buffalo; Dallas ov N. Y. Giants; New Orleans over Los Angeles; N. Y. Jets over New England; Oakland over Pittsburgh; Washington over San Fran- cisco; Denver over San Diego; Green Bay over st. Louis; and tie a MLesota 21 - Vroit 14. . I have picked Weber State over Montana; North Dakota over Montana State; Cnlborts over Bozeman Rosary; Atlanta over lKklphia; Buffalo over Ctnctmmti; Dallas over N. Y. Giants; Lea Angeles over New ; New England over N. Y. Jets; Oakland ova. Pittsburgh; Washington over San Fra fnver over San IMego; St. Louts over Bay; und tie trekker Minnesota 22 -- Vetroit lO. WEBBER'S Sporting Goods 607 S. Central - Sidney (Shop your local-owned stores) * Back Packs . Sleeping Bogs . Helmets Roxy Taylor and Rachel Daniels each netted 2. Rounding out Sidney's scoring were Maureen Wamsley with 12 points, Diane Emly with 4 and Shirley Dreyer with 2. In the championship contest, Deb Prevost scored 19 points. Sidney took an 8-4 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 19-14 margin at the half. Sidney led at the end of three quarters, 29-20. Other scoring for the Sidney girls came from Maureen q ;owboys in title contest Culbertson thoroughly convinced Lewistown St. Leas that they are a Class C football power when they routed them 47-0 in a divisional playoff game Saturday. The Cowboys scored in every quarter and the game was finally called midway through the fourth period on the 45-point rule. Colbortson, with their win, earned a berth in the Montana Class C championship contest against Bozeman Rosary. The game will be at BozeaTmn. Duane Larsen started the scoring off for Culhertson in the first quarter on a 01-yard sprint. I.nnle Larsen kicked the extra point as the Cowboys Jumped to a 7-o first-per lead. Lonnle' Anderson plunged in from the l-yard line in the second quarter and added the 2-point conversion. Cnlbertson went in at  with a 15.0 lead. The Cowboys added 2 touch- downs in the third quarter on a 7.yard by Darold Wolf and a 45-yard sprint by Anderson. Both kick attempts fatted. Culbertson got 20 points in fumbl reeovm'y by Stm'e Baldwin, a 1-yard plunge by Duane Larsen and a 2-yard run by Ron Larsen. Lonnle Larsen added two extra points. The win was the 7th shutout by Colbertson. The only team to score against them was Rosebud in the piayoffs. Bozeman Rosary earned their chance to compete in the state title game by downing dyard 20. Wamsley with 8, Diane Em]y and Annette Ronnlngen with 4 each, Cathy Jaskot with 2 and Joyce Rambur with 1. Fairview took an 8-6 first quarter lead but fell behind Froid 17-13 at the half. The Fob-view girls used tough defemm and held Froid to Just 1 point in the third frame to take a 30-18 lead. In that game, Laura Sund- helm was h/gh with 11 points while Roxy Taylor and Linda Iverson each added 0. Shirley Cook netted 7 points and Geergeann Edmonds scored 2. Sidney hosts Flaxville here Friday night and travels to Poplar Saturday. Their sub- divisional tournament is at Poplar Nov. 15-17. City basketball league to start All men interested in playing inddpendent basketball this winter are Bobcats will play in Miles Montana State's Bobcat basketball team will play a scrimmage game in Miles City Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Several area players are on the Bobcat team and will be playing in tbls game. Included are Scott McDonald of Miles City, Craig Buebler of Sidney, Rocky Tollafson of Saco, Willie Weeks of Wolf Point, Bruce Smith of Medicine Lake and Ben Zimmerman of Poplar. High school teams and fans are urged to see the Bobcats in action and to see the eastern Montmm players. Montana State has recruited mostly Montana atldetes and is using this game at Miles City to give local fans an op- portunity to see them in ac- tion. BASKETBALL SHOES CONVERSE - ADDIDAS PUMAS - PRO-KEDS WRESTLING SHOES By CONVERSE $8 25 Also a complete line of Rawlings Spading Goods and Northwestern Golf Clubs and Equipment asked to meet at the city hall Friday at 8 p.m. Last year there were six teams in the league and it is hoped that there will be several mere teams this year. Those teams that are already organized should send a representative only. Men that are not on a team are asked to come so that other teams can be organ/zed. _: ":;.;.;'.;.;.;.'_.;.;.;.;.;...o ..'...,.....,..........'...X.........*.*;:,:;%.P;...;.',;%-',:p.; - ,;;. - - ..:: .. * * Girl cage players This week's girls basketball players of the week are Joyce Rambur, left, and Joan Amundson. Both girls are juniors. Joyee is a second string guard who has gone in to help the team out when they needed It, ac- cording to coach Virginia Backstrom. "She really hasfles on defense," the coach said. Joan is the tallest Cross c(00z00try complete member of the Sidney glrl's team at 5'9". She ls the second string center and will be one of the top players with more experleaee. Both girls are averagi about Z defensive rebounds per game and 2 ofteave rebounds. -- Don Mruebek Photos ;;;;;;L.:;.;:;;.;;;.;;;;.;.;; ";.'.'.'.'.;'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.-.'.'.'.'.'-'.'.'--.'.-..*'...........-.-. -.-.. - -.-.-.- ........... ................................................... ..... :...................................................... ,. . ,. . :. :. ;. :. :..... .-. :. :.:. :... :... %::.. :%: , .::.: .:::::;:'.".:::'.::: ', ]]] ]H ] H [ [ The 1973 Sidney Cross Country season came to a close Oct. 27 at the Montana State Cross Country Meet in Billings. Sidney finished in 13th place in the Class A standings. Sidney's state meet team competitors ranging from 30 to 100 runners. Meets were held in Medora and Williston, N. D., and at Glendive, Miles City, Glasgow, and Billings. The team learned a lot about pacing themselves and run- ning on different types of they were seven years behind other boys who started the program earlier, but they never gave up and provided us with good leadership," Coach Spencer Sartorius said. held in Rapid City, S. D., and placed 1Rh. This regional meet was for a four state area with the top seven finishers qualifying for the national finals. Next year boys cross country will go down to the included seniors Rocky seventh grade and we may terrain. I was especially Obergfell and David Cox, . include a girls team. This year pleased with the showing our mleJo Kml and thegirlstiffe and senl gave  This was the MateJovs, and pbolle" girls o is gaining last year for these boys and Jerry Corlfovnlk, Greg Berger popularity across the state. "I was very pleased with our showing for the first year. The team participated in 10 meets, 9 of which were large in- vitationals with the number of THE No Hunting and Ed Ulledalen. Only Obergfell and COx graduate from the state team. Jody Kappel finished the season as the high point man for ",he team with Rocky Obergfell right behind. These two earned their varsity letter along with David Cox, Gone Matejovsky, Jerry Cerkovnlk, Ed Ulledalen, Greg Berger, Greg Brenner and Lonnle Herman. The school record for 2 miles was first set by Rocky Obergfell in Glasgow and later tied by Jody Kappel in Miles City with a time of 13:31.0. Jody Kappel went to the Regional Cross Country Meet Breezy 4-Hers have hay ride On Oct. 29 Breezy Flats 4- H'ers and friends went on a bay ride. We enjoyed ourselves because the weather was nice and we didn't have .any fiat fires. We want to thank Vern Heinrlch for as ing his team and trailer. "Also.- thnl to Melvin Ler.'and Donna Heinrich for going along and supervising. After the ride we bad supper on the lawn and then played pump.tackle. Thanks to the mothers who donated lunch. 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