The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, October 20, 2005, Image 11

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× The Prospector Saints shine in basketball opener By Tom Stuber Helena IR The defending league champion Carroll College women, while still needing to work out a few kinks, looked as good as advertised in a 93-43 rout of Thompson River University Friday afternoon. “I thought there was a lot of balance out there,” Carroll coach Shawn Nelson said. “When we subbed, we subbed with quality and those girls played well out there.” The young, undermanned Wolf Pack was able to take a 4-2 lead, but after the Saints settled down the blowout ensued as No. 1 sub Jolene Fuzesy heated up right away. She highlighted a 21-2 run with four consecutive three-pointers and finished with a game-high 26 points on eight-of-11 from outside the arc in just 20 minutes. “There’s not a lot of teams that have that kind of firepower coming off the bench,” Nelson said of Fuzesy’s sixth man role. “She does what she does. She did that last year. She’s instant offense and she’s a game changer.” By Tom Stuber Helena IR A cold wind blew in from the north in the form of the MSU- Northern volleyball team last night as the Lights dropped Carroll College 28-30, 30-26, 34- 32 and 30-27 Saturday night. “We have things we need to work,” Carroll coach Mo Boyle said. “That’s the bottom line and that’s the key to winning.” Boyle saw her team drop its second straight home game, but this one was a little tougher to take as the Saints saw big leads in both the second, third and fourth games fritter away. “(Northern) knew we were hav­ ing a rough night and they wanted it more than we did,” Boyle said. Carroll looked solid in the first game as the hard hitting of Tiffany Rochelle and a string of four unforced errors propelled the Saints. Rochelle had three kills down the stretch. But the Saints had a series of unforced errors late in the second game and Northern got back in control. Things began to snowball from there. “(The mental aspects) are the things we’ve got to work on,” Boyle said. “We can’t let those kinds of things get to us.” Northern went from a 24-20 deficit to a 29-24 lead as Ashley Roth had an effective series of serves. A kill by Christie Tyrrell and block by Laurie Chambers Fuzesy had 17 points in the first half as Carroll marched to a 48-16 lead. The second half was more of the same as Carroll continued to pull away. Several new faces gave Carroll fans reason to be optimistic as transfers Danielle Maloney, Amy Brooks and Megan Kane all looked strong in their first outings. Maloney scored 10 points off the bench, while Kane added four points and a game-high six assists. Brooks, a Helena High product, started the game and finished with 11 points and a game-high nine rebounds, playing solid defense all the while. She had a tough time getting a shot to fall in the first half going 0-for-5 from the floor, but bounced back with a 3-for-4 showing in the second half. “We got off to a good start, get­ ting the shots we wanted, but they were just a little nervous,” Nelson said. “That happens, but I saw a lot of good things tonight. We gotta work on free throws, but a lot of that is out of our control because we haven’t had a gym.” Carroll is in the process of a major renovation to the seating and Natalie Solomon prolonged the game, but Jasmine Mitchell of Winnipeg spiked the ball down hard to finish the game and tie the match. Game three was especially rough for Carroll. The Saints built a 19-8 lead only to see it vanish in short order. With Jordan Fox serving the Lights scored 14 of the next 15 points to seize the lead at 22-20. Carroll hung tough and had sev­ eral chance to win it in the end and in overtime only to see the arrangement in the RE. Center as all new bleachers are being installed along with new theatre seating in the lower level of the north side. All-American forward Emili Woody scored five points, had eight steals and eight rebounds. Andrea Hall and Sophi Forney both hit double figures with 19 and 11 points, respectively. Point guard Carly Syverson had three assists and no turnovers to go along with her six points. Rissy Obert added two points and four rebounds off the bench as every player scored and had at least one rebound for Carroll, which dressed out just nine players. Hall kicked off Carroll’s big first half run when scored off a nice feed from Forney and then drained a trey to give the Saints a 13-5 lead with 15:01 to go in the half. She was three-for-five from three-point land. Sarah Cameron scored 12 points and Kelley O’Grady had 10 for TRU. The Wolf Pack have just one senior and no juniors on their ros­ ter. They were 11-for-12 from the free throw line. Lights sneak away with it and a 2- 1 lead in games. The Lights were down 9-5 in the fourth game, but seemed des­ tined to come back again. With Mitchell and Hope Wirll leading the way they did just that. The two came up with nine kills to seal the deal. 11 Free busride to Carroll vs. Tech foodiall game By Patrick Harris Director of Student Activities We invite all who are interested to jump on a bus going to Butte for the November 2 football game. We will only be able to take 150 people so it is important that you sign up during the noon hours which will be posted on the dry erase board in the Upper Cube. Students wanting to go will need to leave a $20.00 (cash or check) deposit which you will get back when you get on the bus. If you do not get on the bus, you will not get your $20.00 back. Eric Myhre a successful busi­ nessman in Montana has given us the money to put on this event. It is his hopes that we can all recog­ nize that we can celebrate life, good times, and one another with­ out the use of alcohol or drugs... the things that almost destroyed his own life. This is a non-alcohol event pro­ moted by the Myhre Fund. We can celebrate life together without the use of alcohol. Please respect the purpose of this event and why it is funded. We want this to be a trip of character and class so we ask all those who take part in this trip to not wear any clothing with hate language on it. Thank you. Hope to see you in Butte! tzhniftiiiau * * FOOD STORE » ♦ ATM ♦ Money Orders ♦ Fax ♦ Postage ♦ Western Union ♦ Lotto ♦ Bakery ♦ Deli ♦ Meat ♦ Produce Locally Owend & Operated. LOCATED IN THE LUNDY SHOPPING CENTER Store Hours: Open 24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week Volleyball falls short in four VOLUME 89, NO. 2 Thursday, October 20, 2005

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