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Paga Â-10 - Dillon Tribune - Wednesday, September 24, 1997 11/12C h o o p s Lima Lady B cruise to The Lima Lady Bears swept a pair of wins over Willow Creek and Philipsburg over the weekend, im­ proving to 4-2 on the season. The Bears traveled to Granite County to post their 44-29 victory over the Prospectors and then hosted a weak Willow Creek team Satur­ day night and gained a 68-27 win. “It was good to get that win on the road at Philipsburg,” said Rick Clark, the Lima coach. “It’s been a while since Lima won that one over there.” Clark attributed his team’s de­ fensive intensity for the win at Philipsburg. The scrambling Bears came up with 21 steals which lead to numerous fast break layups. Senior Carlen Martinell sparked the charge with seven thefts. Martinell also turned in an im­ pressive defensive effort, match­ ing up with a Lady Prospector six- footer and holding the 20 points per game scorer to just nine points. “She does a tremendous job,” said Clark of the 5-8 senior. “Carlen’s a real smart ball player out there.” Martinell is making up for lost time. She missed both her sopho­ more andjunior season’s with knee ipjuries. “She gives 110 percent every minute she’s out there,\ said Clark. She just wants to play.” Martinell had been doing most of the board work for the Bears, but against Philipsburg her sister Kristen, a 5-8 sophomore, hauled down a Carlen-like 17 rebounds. Angie Clark, Lima’s 5-5 senior scoring leader, hooped half her teams 44 points, with 20 o f her 22 coming on ten field goals. She knocked down both her free throws to complete the total. The Martinell’s totaled 13 between them. Willow Creek has had a hard time this season just keeping five players on the court and the prob­ lem continued in Lima. Willow Creek brought five players to southwestern Montana and after the first quarter, one of the play­ ers had to go to the bench with an ankle injury. The Lima coach then had one o f M b players stand by the team bench to keep thingB a 4 on 4 game on the court. “I didn’t want to stick it to them or anything like that,” said Clark. “It was a good confidence booster for the younger kids.” Ellen Peters, a 5-5 freshman, stepped up and scored a team-high 12 points for Lima. The majority sweep of the scoring came from the fresh­ men and sophomores on the team. Twin Bridges-Sheridan The Lady Falcons split a two- game set, knocking off Madison County rival Sheridan, 54-35, Sat­ urday night after a tough loss to West Yellowstone Friday. The match with West proved to be a defensive struggle with both teams struggling from the field. Twin held the team scoreless in the sec­ ond quarter but lost the war, 36- 26. Season long leader Romi Ander­ son scored 17 points as the bright spot on the offensive side for Twin. Anderson did an excellent job on the boards, getting part of her point total off the offensive glass. “We held them defensively re­ ally well so our defensive game has really picked up for us and we’re happy there and we’re still progressing,” said Twin coach Andy Nye. The offense perked up Satur­ day with Sheridan in town, sparked by senior Becca Johnson who added her season-best 11 points, joining Tracey Sewell and Anderson in double figures. “Becca is our captain and she leads us all the way through and when she can start scoring the way she did Saturday night, that helps us tremendously,” said Nye. Nye had been playing Johnson at the post, a move from the point guard position she played last year. Nye moved her out to the wing last weekend, opening her up for more offensive shots. She knocked down two three-pointers on the night. The move countered Sheridan coach Dustin Gordon’s game plan coming into the game. “Twin hasn’t been shooting real well from the perimeter so we kind of dropped back into a zone letting them shoot out there and they hit four three-pointers on us in the first quarter,\ explained Gordon. “So we were digging our way out of a hole the whole night.\ Ennis topped Sheridan 65-46 Friday night, creating havoc with a pressure defense forcing Sheri­ dan into 30 turnovers. “They did a good job of pressing and we did a good job o f falling into it,” recalled Gordon. “We did outrebound them, but wehn you’re giving up two or three steals in a row in exchange for a set offense, they didn’t need a lot of rebounds.” Mighty toss Derek Hauge makes Ns pass a good one during Sunday's Pun!, Pass & Kick companion. See page A-11 for more on the even*. j . p . PA7 p ' \ ‘ 0 BOWLING King Pin 09/17 HI GAME— IND—Pattie Weathcrston, 188. TEAM—Alder Steak House, 896. HI SERIES—IND—Anna Cossell, 488. TEAM—RAlder Steak House, 2,632. City Mixed 09/16 HI GAME—MEN— C hris Obenauer, 192. WOMEN—Kaern Mitchell, 205. TEAM—Team #8. HI SERIES—MEN—Chris Obenauer, 530. WOMEN—Pat Obenauer, 522. TEAM— Team #8, 1,984. Vigilante 09/17 HI G A M E -IN D -Sherri Kelley, 178. TEAM—Intermountain Irrigation, 862. HI SERIES-IND—Doria Hart­ ford, 474. TEAM—Longhorn, 2,443. Monday Afternoon Ladies 09/15 HI GAME—IND—Irene Morris, 565. TEAM—Octagon, 2,534; HI SE­ RIES—IND—Tami Zimmerman, 220. TEAM—Octagon, 894. Thursday Night Mixed 09/18 HI GAME—M E N— S cott McDougal, 224; WOMEN—Louis Davis, 186; TEAM—Pioneers, 729; HI SE­ RIES— MEN—Scott McDougal, 589; WOMEN—Lois Davis, 471; TEAM— Pioneers, 2,041. Treasure State Mixed HI GAME—MEN—Jim Watkins, 236; WOMEN—Betty Novich, 213; TEAM— Novich Insuransce, 873. HI SERIES— MEN—Jim Watkins. 630; WOMEN— Betty Novich, 526; TEAM—Novich In­ surance, 2,588. NOTE: Bowling scores must be turned in Monday at 5:00 p.u. to be included in that week's paper. BASKETBALL BUTTE CENTRAL (42) Bryn Olsen 14, K. VandaVeer 1, J.J. Hogart 4, H. Ryan 6, M. Brophy 2, S. Thatcher 5, N. Brney 4, M. McGongigal 4, K. Regan 2. DILLON (56) Jennifer Edwards 18, Mandi Carver 22, Alison Burlingame 12, Leslie Williams 6, Agnie Lalicker 2, Lindsey Alberi 3, Lyndsey Lalicker 9, Laura Scott 3, Shana Hart 2. H ALFTIM E-27-20, Dillon. 3-POINT­ ERS—Dil 3-11 (Burlingame 2-4, Carver 01, A Lalicker 0-1, Scott 1-5), BC (0-1). REBOUNDS—Dillon 37 (L. Lalicker 8), BC 22. FOULS—Dillon 15, BC 16. AS- SISTS—Dillon 8 (Burlingame 3), Hel­ ena 13. TURNOVERS—Dillon 24, BC 27. BLOCKS— Dillon 3 (Carver, L. Lalicker, Williams), BC 0. S T E A L S - Dillon 18 (Carver, Burlingame, Scott all 4), BC 7. DILLON (73) Jennifer Edwards 16, Mandi Carver 19, Jamie McDowell 8, Alison Burlingame 14, Leslie Williams 10, Tasha Hilton 2, Lindsey Lalicker 4. BELGRADE (48) Jamie Harrison 19, A Lararow 4, S. Dykstra 2, A Fehrer 8, J. Lee 1, M. Chesnut 6, L. Craver 4, M. Herbst 2, A Cameron. H A L F T I M E -41-18, Dillon. 3-POINT. E R S — Dil 3-9 (Burlingam e 2-6, McDowell 1-2, Scott 0-1), Bel 3-5. RE­ BOUNDS—Dil 37 (Carver 14), Bel 26. FOULS—Dil 15, Bel 15. ASSISTS— Dil 19 (McDowell 6), Bel N /A TURN- OVERS—Dil 22, Bel 20. B L O C K S - Dil 2 (Carver, Lalicker), Bel 0. STEALS—Dil 24 (Burlingame 7), Bel 15. Blades 7, Crystal Marshall 4. BUTTE CENTRAL FR (29) DILLON FR (48) Dillon s c o ring—Kelly Havig 2, Jessica Jones 5, Adrienne Allen 5, Amanda Turney 6, Lindsey Scott 4, Kim Konen 11, Stacia Roy 6, Kendra Bebee 2, Anna Thomas 3, Katie Castro 4. DILLON FR (49) BELGRADE FR (52) Dillon scorin g —Kari Taylor 2, Kelly Havig 6, Jessica Jones 10, Amanda Tumey 2, Lindsey Scott 6, Kim Konen 12, Stacia Roy 7, Katie Castro 4. FOOTBALL HUMBOLDT STATE (33) WESTERN MONTANA (20) First Quarter HS—Safety, punt blocked out o f end zone 4:23. Second Quarter W M C— S cotty Glessner 2 run (Schillinger kick) 12:50 H S - P . Bladwin 35 FG 7:11. WMC—Schillinger 31 FG 2:48. HS—Baldwin 23 FG :50. Third Quarter HS—M. Duane 1 run (pass failed) 8:58. HS—J. Lascaizo 3 run (pass failed) 1:14. Fourth Quarter WMC—Justin Dahlke 2 pass from Pat Duchein (Schillinger kick) 10:50. WMC—Schillinger 41 FG 6:47. HS—Baldwin 39 FG 3:16. HS—M. Dwano 18 run (Baldwin kick) 2:23. HS-^-Baldwin 30 FG 1:13. RUSHING: WMC —Scott Glessner 7- 25, Jade Morton 5-16, Byron Molyneaux 2-10, Pat Duchien 1-0. PASSING: WMC—Bryon Molyeaux 25- 14-4-123-0, Pat Duchien 22-10-1-69-1. RECEIVING: WMC—Forrest Hurlbert 4- 22, Scott Glessner 2-10, Clint Hales 4- 30, Justin Dahlke 9-44, Brian Woodworth 1-1, Keith Kastner 4-82. TEAM: FIRST D O W N S -W M C 12, HS 22. TOTAL NET Y A R D S -W M C 228, HS 368; RUSHING—WMC 15-51, HS 46-192; PA S S IN G -W M C 48-24-5- 177-1, HS 33-19-1-176-0. RETURN Y A R D S -W M C 4-30, HS 8-165; PUNTS-AVE.—WMC 4-37.8, HS 5-36.0. FUMBLES-LOST—WMC 0-0, HS 2-2. PENALTIES-YARDS—WMC 10-68, HS 10-68. TIME OF POSSESSION— WMC 25:17, HS 34:36. Frontier Conference Standing« conf. all Montana Tech 0-0 3-0 Carroll College 0-0 2-1 Rocky Mountain 0-0 1-2 Western Montana 0-0 0-3 La«t week: Humboldt State 33, WMC 20; Montana Tech 31, Whitworth Col­ lege 7; University of Mary 53, Rocky Mountain 48, Jamestown College 46, Carroll College 21. Thia week: Carroll at Rocky; Tech at Southern Utah State; Western is idle. Frontier Conference Defensive Player of the Week: Jason Fleury, Montana Tech, soph., defensive line, 6- 2, 273, Butte, had 11 solo tackles, 6 assists, 5 tackles for loss. Frontier Conference Offensive Player of the Week: Chris Horn, Rocky Mountain College, junior, wide receiver, 5- 11, 190, Cladwell, Idaho, 14 catches for 230 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 punt re­ turn 8 yards, 4 kickolf returns 134 yards. LEWISTOWN (31) DILLON (19) First Quarter DIL—Joe Lucon 24 run (kick blocked). LEW—Eric Jeidi 5 run (Eric Harrison kick). Central A Standings team (W-L) pts ave. Havre (6-0) 19 3.167 Browning (6-0) 18 3.000 Dillon (4-2) 15 2.500 Lewistown (3-2) 11 2.200 Belgrade (4-2) 12 2.000 Livingston (2-4) 9 1.500 Anaconda (3-4) 9 1.286 Butte Central (0-6) 5 0.833 ENNIS (65) SHERIDAN (46) Sheridan scoring—Korin Hanson 4, Susie Burke 11, Brittany Hageman 10, Dani O’Rourke 2, Emily Jensen 17, Kaylie Hansen 2. LIMA (44) PHILIPSBURG (29) Lima sco r in g —Faye Clark 4, Lacy Duffner 5, Kristen Martinell 7, Angie Clark 22, Carlen Martinell 6. WEST YELLOWSTONE (36) TWIN BRIDGES (26) Twin s c o r in g —Ivana Kosutic 2, Tracey Sewell 1, Becca Johnson 6, Romi Ander­ son 17. SHERIDAN (35) Korin Hanson 2, Susie Burke 10, Brit­ tany Hageman 12, Emily Jensen 2, Kaylie Hansen 9. TWIN BRIDGES (54) Ivana Kosutic 8, Annawyn Ballou 3, Tracey Sewell 11, Becca Johnson 11, Lisa Gross 4, Romi Anderson 15, Erin Carlson 2. WILLOW CREEK (27) LIMA (68) Lima sco r in g —Faye Clark 2, Miss McGravv 4, Lacy Duffner 6, Ellen Peters 12, Kristen Martinell 9, Angie Clark 6, Jenny Schwartz 4, Carlen Martinell 4, Tracy Peters 8, BUTTE CENTRAL JV (30) DILLON JV (57) Dillon s coring—Shana Hart 4, Lindsey Monaco 6, Anna .Alberi 10, Nicole Brad­ ley 4, Shanna Probst 4, Katie Hagenbarth 5, Lindsey Alberi 3, Libby Beever 3, Jennifer Kearns 4, Katie Blades 5, Crystal Marshall 8. DILLON JV (Gl) BELGRADE JV (43) D .'lon —Su: - ■ H -r: 4. L - r M - . , 18, A - - - A’w n 7, N>- Brrd- ’ . r Irai> /.It -! 6 K-t<r Second Quarter LEW—Brad Fjeldheim 15 pass from Tyler Solberg (Harrison kick). LEW—Jeidi 1 run (Harrison kick). LEW—Harrison 32 FG. Third Quarter DIL—Chad Rice 3 run (run failed). DIL—Pete Lucon 14 pass from Just Humphrey (Tyler Thomas kick). LEW — Corey Raths 63 pass from Solberg (Harrison kick ;. RUSHING: Dillon—Joe LucOn 11-63, Chad Rice 7-16, Just Humphrey 3-9- 17). PASSING: Dillon—Humphrey 22-12- 2-187-1. RECEIVING: Dillon—Pat Knapp 5- 82, Rice 2-21, Pete Lucon 3-80, Joe Lucon 2-4. TEAM STATS: FIRST DOWNS—Dil 9, Lew 11. RUSHING—Dil 21-62, Lew 56-185. PASSING—Dil 22-12-2-187-1, Lew 13-5-0-119-2. T O T A L O F ­ FE N S E — D il 249, Lew 304. FUMBLES-LOST—Dil 3-3, Lew 1-1. PENALTIES-YARDS—Dil 6-30, Lew 10-75. Central A Standings coni. all Butte Central 2-0 3-0 Havre 2-0 3-0 Lewistown 2-0 2-1 Belgrade 1-1 1-2 Livingston 1-1 1-2 Dillon 0-2 1-2 Anaconda 0-2 1-2 Browning 0-2 1-2 ENNIS-HARRISON (54) SHERIDAN (8) Sheridan scoring —Mike Walters 20 pass from Mike Burke (Justin Maddison pass from Burke). LIMA (25) REEDPOINT (70) Lim a s c o r i n g — Caleb Ballard 20 fumble recovery (Kurt Duffner pass from Brent Mikula); Caleb Ballard 47 run (run failed); Jed Ballard 22 pass from Mikula (pass failed); Caleb Ballard 22 run (pass failed). ARLEE (0) TWIN BRIDGES (36) T w in s c o r i n g — 2nd QTR—Mark Stonebraker 36 run (run failed); Siontbraker 14 run (Elex McAlcar run); 3rd QTR—Stoneb raker 10 ran (Cody Atkins pass from McAlear;; Brooks Todd 15 interception return (pass faded); 4th OTP .—Atkin 13 pa es from McAJear (Jus- tm H;:nt7 ram. Upcoming Sporting Events... WMC Football — Coach Nels Kludt and the Western Montana College Bulldogs (0-3) will take the off week and focus on the upcoming conference schedule. WMC Rodeo —It’s the third straight trip back to eastern Montana for the Western Montana College rodeo team when the Miles Community College double rodeo opens on Thursday. The first rodeo will run through Friday and the second will be Saturday and Sunday. The Western rodeo teams are looking to the weekend as an opportunity to score big team points on both the men’s and women’s side. With the women, transfers Cally Goyins and Rachel Myllymaki have sat out their three rodeo transfer penalty and figure to iiyect the women’s team with scoring punch. On the men’s side, Jeff Ruud went scoreless last week in Miles City for the first time in his college career but is returning to the school from where he transferred. Ruud should break out big on the timed events side. The stock contractor is Ike Sankey so there won’t be any fluke winners in the rough stock events. His stock will separate the average riders from the elite. Look for Western’s Jake Costello to top the field in the saddle bronc riding, Montana State’s Heath LaFromboise in the bareback and the University of Montana’s Jason Harris in the bull riding. WMC Volleyball —The Carroll College Saints have won seven straight Frontier Conference crowns and i f Western is to derail the purple and gold it will have to start Thursday night in Helena when the Lady Bulldogs open the Frontier Conference season against Carroll in Helena. Western im­ proved to 2-8 last week with a big win over Carroll in Dillon Wednesday night. The match was nonconference. They can prove the early season losses were an abberation and the win last week was not a fluke with a championship performance Thursday night. WMC Golf— The Frontier Conference will conclude the fall golf season with a match at the Old Works course in Ana­ conda on Tuesday. The Western Montana College Lady Bulldogs have established their team as the elite of the league and can cap a perfect season with a strong showing on the Jack Nicklaus signature course. BCHS Football —Two weeks ago the Beavers of Dillon played a great game with Butte Central and felt the sting of injuries deplete the team of talented players. At the same time, Livingston hosted Havre, and suffered the same fate. Before the game even started Livingston’s starting center Zach Baker was rushed off to the hospital for emergency surgery on a burst appendix, running back/linebacker Lnace Fisher was lost for the season with a knee injury, fullback Bret Smith, one o f the league’s top fullbacks suffered a broken leg, guard/line- backer Bob Meredith was sidelined with a broken hand, and two other players suffered less serious injuries) Despite the iryu- ries, Livingston hammered Browning last week. Dillon travels to Livingston for a Friday night game, and in terms o f injuries, the teams will be on equal footing. Look for coach Thomas to regroup the Beavers and take a big win over the Rangers. Class C Football — Twin Bridges draws another tough Western C opponent in Drummond for the Falcons home­ coming Friday at 3:00 p.m. Sheridan will be tested under the lights Friday night at Chqrlo. In the six-man circuit, Lima travels to Pryor for a 2:00 p.m. game Saturday versus Plenty Coup. (Pryor is 43 miles south o f Billings). Class C Basketball— The area 11/12 C teams take a step up in competition this week. On Friday, Sheridan hosts Harrison, Twin Bridges goes to Willow Creek, and Lima plays at Class B Whitehall. Saturday it’s Sheridan at class B Boulder, White Sulphur Springs at Twin Bridges, and En­ nis at Lima. 09/15 DILLON FROSHMORE 32, BUTTE CENTRAL FROSHMORE 14 (scoring not available). 09/20 HELENA CAPITAL FRESHMAN o t , u i u u u i i rauoitiMUKt, ZU (scor­ ing not available). SHOOTING Barrett Memorial Singles at Dillon Gun Club, Sept. 14 High Overall Champion— Jack Neher, Whitehall, 279X300. Singles Champion —Ed Johnson, Shelley, Idaho, 100X100. Class A Singles Champion — Brian Goates, Blackfoot, Idaho, 100X100. Class B Singles Champion— Terry Cook, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 98X100. Class C Singles Champion —Earl May, Pocatello, Idaho, 96X100. Class D Singles Champion —Dave Wing, Sheridan, 97X100. Lady Singles Champion — Sue Brayman, Meridian, Idaho, 93X100. Veteran Singles Champion — Carl Carlson, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 100X100. Junior Singles Champion —London Truman, Blackfoot, Idaho, 97X100. New Shooter Singles Champion— Garth Haugland, DiUon, 92X100. Handicap Champion —Jack Nehar, Whitehall, 96X100. 18 to 21 Yard Cham p ion—Lyle Lam­ bert, Pocatello, Idaho, 95X100. 22 to 24 Y a r d C h a m p ion —Mark McLaughlin, Sheridan, 95X100. 25 to 27 Yard C h a m p ion —Randy Adams, Pocatello, Idaho, 94X100. D o u b les C h a m p ion—Pierce Rouse, Dillon, 91X100. Class A D o u b les C h n m p ion —Bill Camus, Sheridan, 90X100. Class B D o u b les C h a m p ion—John Chor, Anaconda, 89X100. Class G D oubles Cham p ion—David Thomas, Pocatello, Idaho, 90X100. Class D Doubles Chnm p ion—Dindon Traman, Pocatello, Idaho, 80X100. The Barrett Memorial Shoot drew 75 contestants from Idaho and Montana. Each shotgunner fired en 109 singles and 100 doubles from 16 yards in a handicap event, th\ y arda re chnnn-n- ships wen1 not handicap P'-d. RODEO Big Sky Region Rodeo Standings 1 after three rodeos (unofficial) 1 MEN—University o f Montana 1,100, Western Montana College 965, Montana State 755, Dawson CC 480, Northwest • CC 305, MSU-Northern 200, Miles CCi 175. WOMEN—MSU 645, UM 252, MSU- Northern 235, Miles CC 167, Dawson CC 137, WMC 120, Northwest CC 85. Dawson Community College Rodeo at Glendive, Sept. 20-21. Men’s team scores— UM 151, WMC 250, Miles CC 165, NWCC 110, Dawson CC 170, MSU-N 60, MSU 55. Women’s team scores —MSU 250, MSU-N 115, Dawson CC 112, UM 102, Miles CC 30, WMC 0, NWCC 0. All-Around Cowboy— Jason Harris, UM, 160. All-Around Cowgirl— Wendy Badgett, MSU-N, 115. Western results (long go/short go/ average with 40 points for 1st, 30 pts for 2nd, 20 pto for 3rd, and 10 pts for 4th with pts split between part­ ners in team roping): Men’s team —Jake Costello (120 pts),' saddle bronc (lsl/lst/lst). Shane Eberline (80 pts), calf roping (1st/, 4th/2nd). Shane Moran (50 pts), bull riding (NA/1 2nd/3rd). Also, Casey Mills, J.D. Mulkey, and Jeff Ruud. W om en's team —(0 pts), Jennifer Eva, Holly Hayworth, Talli Nelson, Rebecca) Woodcock. Western M ontana C o llege indepen» dents—Zane Solomon (60 pis), bareback,’ (NA/2nd/2nd); Brandon Prune (20 pts), team roping (NA/3rd/3rd); Amy Wilson, (30 pts), breakaway roping(2nd(NA/NA); Mandi Fl‘jerchinger(15 pts), breakaway roping (split 3rd and 4th/NA'NA). O ther Dillon com p e titors—Mandi- Holland. MSU,(35 pts) post tying (4th/ 4th/sp!it 3rd and 4th); Shard a Dctton, U? f, (8 Or iO i crrel rncir.r fl* t'4th-'2r. d i; Perrv Dr tier. UM, (39 rtf) steer wrts- UraraAdrcAth'.

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