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Page 5 B a s k e t b a l l v e t e r a n s h o w s t h e f r e s h m e n h o w i t ' s d o n e By MOLLY PRIDDY Prospector Intern Writer The Carroll College men’s bas ketball team is certainly a young squad. Good thing they have a veteran like Dallas Leslie to show them the ropes. “We’re a young team, pretty inexperienced,” said Leslie of the team. “But we are getting better every week. If we are playing our best by conference tournaments, we’ll be all right.” The fifth-year senior has a lot on his plate. With double majors in business management and HPE management, basketball takes up any remaining time. But being the only senior on the team gives bas ketball a new sense of responsibil- Fall sports By KATIE BEALL Prospector Staff Writer Carroll soccer began their post season at the NAIA Region Tournament with a stinging 4-0 victory over Rocky Mountain College. In the regional cham pionship, 12th ranked Carroll would lose a heartbreaker to 3rd ranked Concordia-Portland after a 1-1 tie resulted in double over time and a penalty kick shootout. The Carroll women’s soc cer team ended their season in Olathe, Kansas at the NAIA National Tournament. The 11th seeded Saints came out strong against 6th seeded Lee Univer sity and quickly set the Flames on their heels. An unfortunate and unlucky Lee goal in the 15th minute would be preceded by another Lee goal in the 26th min ute. Down 2-0 at the start of the second half, Carroll continued its intense play and saw freshman Hannah Young score off a Cas sidy Merrick assist. The match would end in a 2-1 Lee victory and end Carroll’s season. With the experience of their first national tournament, the Saints will work in the off-sea son to become a permanent and successful fixture at the national tournament. Carroll soccer finished the season with a 13-6-1 record. The regular season for Car- roll volleyball would end with a sweep over UM Western and a ity as well as dedication for Leslie. “The last couple of years I was in the background. I let the seniors run the show. This year it’s more of a leadership role. 1 have to be more outspoken,” he said of his new contribution to the team. “But I re ady do miss those guys,” he added about his graduated teammates. Although the Saints do boast a young team this year, Leslie has high hopes for their progress. “I’m looking forward to the sea son in general. Hopefully we can have a good enough season to get back to Kansas City,” he said. Be sure to watch for Dallas Leslie and all the other Saints bas ketball players as their conference games start up in January. wrap-up loss to Rocky Mountain College. The Saints went into the frontier conference championship tour nament with great intensity and poise, disposing of Lewis and Clark College and Westminster College to play the number one ranked University of Great Falls in the championship. The Saints defeated Great Falls 3-2, earn ing a spot in the NAIA Region I tournament. In the tournament the Saints defeated rival Montana Tech be fore falling to Albertson College and Great Falls to end their sea son. The success and hard work of Carroll volleyball was recog nized with Tiffany Rochelle, Va- lissa Sneck and Natalie Solomon receiving First Team, Second Team, and Third Team All-Con ference honors respectively. Freshman Christina Smetana was named to the All-Freshman team. Carroll volleyball posted a 23- 10 record on the season. Carroll football finished the regular season in high fashion, defeating Montana Tech 14-7 and pulverizing Rocky Mountain 35- 0. For the seventh year in a row the Saints became the Frontier Conference Champions. In the first round of the NAIA football playoffs, the Saints avenged their only regular season loss by defeating MSU Northern 20-7. Carroll’s solid offensive See FALL SPORTS, Page 16 PHOTO COURTESY OF DALLAS LESLIE Dallas Leslie, senior basketball player, smiles for the camera. Overindulging in the holidays Column by KATE PAUL Prospector Intern Writer Thanksgiving is over. Do you feel like a stuffed turkey? You are heading into the holiday season; will you look like a plump snowman after Christmas? Thinking about what you are eating and get ting some exercise will stop that from happening. Here are some calories for some of your favorite Christ mas goodies: • Candy Cane- 1 cane, 55 Calories • Fudge- 1 piece, 70 Calo ries • Sugar Cookies- 1 Cookie, 135 Calories • Cheese Cake- 1 piece, 273 Calories • Pumpkin Pie-1 piece, 284 Calories • Starbucks Hot Chocolate- 1 cup, 330 Calories • Egg Nog- 1 cup, 343 Calo ries • Pecan Pie- 1 piece, 400 Calories Now, multiply those calories with how many pieces you re ally eat. Those pounds really add up! Some experts say the average person gains a whole five to seven pounds over the Christmas season. If you don’t want to skip that cookie or piece of pie, there is another way to fight off the flab. Get some exer cise. Simply walking 30 minutes a day, especially during the holidays, will help stop those love handles from growing. People bum calories at different rates depending on body weight and activity. Take for example if you are 150 pounds: • Walking 30 minutes bums about 272 calories • Running 30 minutes burns about 340 calories • Stationary bike 30 minutes burns about 187 calories • Circuit training 30 minutes bums about 272 calories Keeping these numbers in mind, enjoy the holidays but remember, everything in mod eration! V Friday, December 8 ,2 0 0 6 ! f i |i- t-fc it ! Volume 00, No 3