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Page 10 S p o r t S h o r t s Q u e s t i o n s S c A n s w e r s w i t h J o i e n e F By Katie Smith Intern Writer Q: What is your favorite thing about your sport? A: “My teammates, I love them. They are like my family.” Q: What is your favorite memory from your sport/team time? A: “Winning the conference #32 Fuzesy is a S'lO\ junior from Malta, Mont. championship. It may not seem like a big deal, but it is a great feeling and memory, especially having everyone in the conference hate you for being number one.” Q: What are your hobbies outside of sports? A: “I like to go for a nice swim, that is for sure. But lately I haven’t had a lot of time for hobbies with school, basketball, and trying to figure out my life and future. But I guess I would also say hanging out with my girls is always fun.” Q: What do you want to be remembered for? A: “I want to be remembered for always being in a good mood, always having a smile on my face, being goofy, and always having a fim time.” Q: Who has influenced your life the most? A: “My brothers. Watching them go through life’s experiences and growing up, they have taught me so much.” Q u e s t i o n s & A n s w e r s w i t h Q: W h a t is your favorite thing about your sport? A: “I like playing defense, and having the opportunity to stop the other team’s best player.” Q: W h a t is your favorite m em o ry from playing bas­ ketball? A: “My favorite memory is from high school. We went to the championship and being able to play at Arco Arena.” E h e r Z u a . Q: W h a t are your hob­ bies outside o f sports? A: “I like listening to music and hanging out with friends.” Q: W h a t do you w a n t to be r em em b ered for? A: “I want to be remem­ bered for being a hard work­ er.” #24 Zuniga is a 6'3\ junior from Modesto, Calif. Q: W h o has influenced your life the m ost? A: “My mother. She prac­ tically raised me by herself, and has taught me so much in life.” Take advantage of winter in Montana By Kara Addison Staff Writer Finally our prayers to Old Man Winter have come true! With snow finally blessing Montana, people are ready to hit the slopes and take advantage of the snow. From sledding, to skiing, snowshoeing, and boarding, Carroll students have already taken advantage of the snow. With the beginning of winter ap­ proaching, students have many different activities to anticipate. With many different ski areas close to Helena, Carroll students have a wide variety of choices. Great Divide opened up dur­ ing mid-November with Wild­ wood, its new terrain park. Ac­ cording to Great Divide’s owner, Kevin Taylor, in an interview with the Great Falls Tribune, “The U.S. Climate Prediction Center is showing average win­ ter temperature and above aver­ age precipitation for Montana.” For Montana winter enthusiasts, this is a first in many years to be above average for snow. Showdown Ski Area will open on Friday, Dec. 14. Show­ down offers a variety of terrain for all levels of skiers and snow- boarders and last year added a new ski lift. Also, Dis­ covery Ski Area, located 23 miles west of Ana­ conda, opened on Dec. 1. With 63 trails and six lifts, students have the opportunity for a full day of skiing. The Carroll Adventures and Mountaineer­ ing Program (CAMP) will also be sponsoring bus rides up to different ski hills throughout the winter months. Not only will ski trips be on the agenda o f the outdoor club, but also snowshoeing trips, ice climbing, tele-mark lessons, and winter survival weekends. To stay updated with dates for weekend activities, and to check out all the ski hills in Montana and student prices, log on to the Carroll CAMP link: http://www. mountaineering/ Ski Hills around Montana Resort Price / Day (Student) Location Big Mountain 56 Kalispell Blacktail Mountain 28 Lakeside Lookout Pass 25 Missoula Montana Snowbowl 33 Missoula Great Divide 25 Helena Discovery 16 Georgetown Lake Showdown 28 Neihart Lost Trail Powder Mountain 31 Missoula Bridger Bowl 43 Bozeman Big Sky 75 Bozeman Red Lodge Mountain 30 Red Lodge Teton Pass 20 Choteau Bear Paw Ski Bowl 18 Rudyard Friday, December 7,2007 Volume 91, No 3

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 07 Dec. 2007, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.