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f, DEC. 10, 2003 SIDNEY HERALD Basketball scoreboard Boys Fairview 67 Hinsdale 31 26-6 in Saturday at the Culbert- rnament en route to a 67-32 !Over the Panthers. a halftime lead of 40-11, the War- in the third rcompared to eight for Hinsdale. outscored Fairview ~uarter, Fairview claimed the Craig Selvig led Fairview offensively with 18 points followed by Ryan Kopp with 14. Nick Klose netted 10 points while Ryan Vaira and Bo Selvig ended up with eight and six points, respectively. Kelsey Wiltzen added five points. Nate Linde, Zach Umbach and Scott Sponheim all finished with two points. Hinsdale was led by Levi Capdeville with 11 points and Josh Bell with seven. Lambert 71 Culbertson 71 Tournament, Lambert 9-8 in overtime to edge out 72-71. edges of 17-16 and in the initial two quarters 32-28 over the Lions. t decreased the margin to three points the third quarter by outscoring game entered overtime edged Culbertson 17-14 in the fmal period. Brett Irigoin and Ryan Irigoin led Lambert in scoring with 23 and 21 points, respectively. Drue Valra netted 13 points. Nathan Diede, Michael Mullin and Jorden Nelson added six, five and four points, respectively. Culbertson was led by Michael Frye with 18 points. Mike Shields followed with 14 points while Shaun Dehner and John Mattelin each netted 13. Ronnie Shanks finished with 11 points while Ben Beck added two. Wibaux 60 Richey 45 Wibaux in which the ) led to a 60-45 defeat Friday. ffor the following three periods were (Wibaux) and 18-7 (Richey). ' for Richey was Jim Trotter and Devin Ulrich with 11. Kirk Boese netted nine while Nathan Fatzinger added six points. Jeff Seward and Samuel Jensen finished with four and two points, respectively. Joe Bakken led Wibaux offensively with 14 points followed by Austin Domek with 13 while Josh Helvik added nine. Savage 68 Westby 44 a 13-6 margin at the close of the ' 16-7 and second and third quarters. teams fought to a 16-16 tie in Savage came away with a 24- and Chris Albright led the Warriors with 21 and 20 points, respectively. Travis Tombre netted 10 points followed by Jer- rit Schmierer with nine. Ryan Fischer added five points while Alex McPherson scored three. Westby was led by Alex Legerquist with 14 points and Brad Evanson with 11. Shane Ryals netted eight. Girls t Westby 42 Richey 41 Richey suffered a tight one- Wibaux Friday, 41-42. 9-9 deadlock at the one before the Royals outscored the second stanza. The saw Richey in front by a 23-13 come within two points of into the final quarter, 27-25. Wibaux tied the game by outscoring Richey 11- 9 in the fourth period and went on to the one- point victory. Robinn Colbert led Richey with 14 points fol- lowed by Kaci Switzer with 12. Hayley Carr fin- ished with six points while Sarah Servais and Alysia Johnston added five and four points, re- spectively. The Longhorns were led by Nikki Hoagland with 13 points and Amanda Edwards with I1. Culbertson 67 Lambert 42 played Culbertson tough quarters Saturday at the Culbertson the Cowgirls outscored the Lions 21-5 uarter to go on and record a 67- over Lambert. , trailed Culbertson 15-11 at i of the first period before the big sec- Lambert trailed by a 36-16 margin Lambert outscored -11 in the third and battled to a in the fourth, Culbertson JaNae Klempel scored 12 points followed by Jacqueline Irigoin with 11 to lead the Lions. Tami Goss and Kendra Steppler each ffmished with seven points. Amy Vaira added three points. Jewell Murray and Angela Vaira rounded out the scoring with a point. Culbertson was led by Jenna Bolstad and Ashley Moran with 17 points each. Kyla Step- pler and Kelsey Larsen finished with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Vania Bighorn added five points while Katie Larsen scored three. Tiffany Marchwick rounded out the scoring with two points. Hinsdale 67 Fairview 26 out to a 21- to lead Fairview offensively. Lauren Mueller fmished with i en route to a 67-26 four points followed by Trista ' at the Cul- Johnson and Trista Kittleson Tourney. with three points each. v was outscored 18-8 Ivana Norby, Pam Vitt and Sharon Skov added two points and 9-7 in the fourth apiece. 'in its defeat to the Dani Henderson and Arron Field each netted 16 points to netted 10 points lead Hinsdale. SUBMflTED ' i Among the competitors for Sidney at the Dickinson meet were, front from left, Elizabeth Stagl, Vonessa ', Bawden and Melissa Stagl; back, Kim Martin, Blair Troudt and Amanda Lorenz. , Level 8 & 9 place 1st at Milo In Level 7, Blair Troudt the Dullum Gymnastics Meet only Sidney competitm, Fifteen girls represented the placed third on the vault with Sidney Gymnastics Club at a score of 8.55 and third all the first meet of the year in around with a score of 30.15 Dickinson Saturday and Sun- in the 12-14 year age group. day. In Level 8, Elizabeth Stagl, Level 8 and 9 placed first as Vanessa Bawden, Amanda a team with a total score of Lorenz, and Kim Martin com- 97.625 and Level 6 placed third peted from Sidney. with a team score of 59.30. In the 8-11 year age group, In Level 5, Briana Wilcoxin Elizabeth placed first on the placed 19th in the all around vault with a score of 8.075. competition receiving a score In the 12-13 year age group, of 31.00, which qualifies her to Vanessa Bawden placed sec- pass to level 6 and attend the ond on the vault with a score state Gymnastics meet in He- of 8.35 and second on the lena. Kayleen Seater also beam with a score of 7.80. She qualified for the state meet also qualified for the state with a score of 29.55. meet with a all around score Elise Torgerson. Heather of 32.175. McDonald, Jalyssa Gorder, In the 14-15 year age group, Alexis Dynneson, and Ashley Amanda Lorenz placed first Cooley also competed for the on the vault with a score of f'wst time in level 5. 8.25, second on the bars with a In Level 6, Jaycee Searer score of 6.90, second on the and Ashley Farr competed in beam with a score of 8.15, first the 7-11 age group. Jaycee on the floor with a score of placed first on the beam with 8.625 and second all around a score of 8.675. Ashley placed with a score of 31.925. Kim second on the beam with a Martin placed second on the score of 8.025, second on the vault with a score of 8.025, floor with a score of 8.00 and first on the bars with a score second all around with a score of 8.40, second on the floor of 29.875. with a score of 8.50 and first NORTHERN PLAINS Sidney 7:30 p.m. (tape delay) Friday, Dec. 12 Sidney Boys Basketball vs. Poplar, Sidney Girls Basketball at Poplar, 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13 Sidney Girls Basketball vs. Wolf Point, 7:30 p.m. Boys Basketball at Wolf Point, 9 p.m. (tape delay) all around with a score of 32.475 which qualifies her to attend the state meet. .' In Level 9, Melissa Stagl was the only competitor from Sid- ney She placed first in all of her events with the following scores, vault (8.35), bars (8.65), q beam (8.80), floor (9.15) and all ' around (34.95) which qualified ' her for the state meet in Hele- na to be held in March. Sidney will be competing in ' Mandan this coming week- end. Boys Basketball Sidney 63 Laurel 66 Sidney 69 Powell, Wy. 48 Lambert 70 Hinsdale 29 Lambert 72 Culbertson 71 Lambert 72 Lustre 54 Savage 51 Terry 39 Savage 68 Westby 44 Fairview 61 Culbertson 58 Fairview 67 Hinsdale 32 Richey 45 Wibaux 60 Gids Basketball Sidney 60 Laurel 59 Sidney 61 Huntley Project 44 Lambert 53 Hinsdale 37 Lambert 42 Culbertson 67 Lambert 28 Lustre 26 Savage 34 Terry 35 Fairview 46 Culber~on 66 Fairview 26 Hin~ale 67 Richey 41 Wibaux 42 Wrestling Sidney 1st at Eagle Invitational brought to you by: 2000 W. Holly 433-6406 489-6406 across from Fair Grounds Used Appliances for Sale Basketball Friday, Dec. 12 Sidney vs. Poplar Fairview vs. Savage Richey vs. Circle Lambert vs. Bainville '-ulbertson vs. Brockton Saturday, Dec. 13 Sidney at Wolf Point Fairview vs. Richey avage vs. Culbertson Tuesday, Dec. 16 Richey vs. Lambert avage vs. Brockton Friday, Dec. 12 Watford City 7 p.m. aturday, Dec, 13 Gids vs. Minot 3 p.m. Watford City 11 a.m. vs. Wafford City 1 p.m. Watford City 5 p.m. Gold vs. Park River 7 p.m. Girls Basketball Friday, Dec. 12 Sidney at Popular Fairview vs. Savage Richey vs. Circle Lambert vs. BainvUle Culbertson vs. Brockton Saturday, Dec. t3 Sidney vs. Wolf Point Fairview vs. Richey Savage vs. Culbertson Tuesday, Dec. 16 Richey vs. Lambert Savage vs. Brockton Wrestling Thursday, Dec. 11 Sidney "at Belgrade Friday, Dec, 12 & Saturday, Dec. 13 Sidney at Butte Duals Tuesday, Dec. 16 Sidney at Miles City Your Tax Bill. 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