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t q winners in the Crook County School District Spelling Bee holding their trophies. They are, left to right, Jullc Hulett, first place; Mike Norris, Moorcroft, second place; Gade, Sund~nce, third place. Gade is receiving her third place trophy from pronouncer CaJReUo, students are pictured, left to right: Sam Yemington, Croell, Andrew Redfleld, Paul Aberle, Robert Follum, Morgan Ellsbury, Caitlln Gade and Amanda Lambert. behind Caitlin and barely visible is Abby Denzin. JANUARY 30. 1997 Sundance High School wrestlers The results were: wrestlers mid-season duel held on hosted a tri-dual on January 18 I03 Chris Durfee was pinned bySaturday.Jan. 18wlthLuskproved between Sundance and Lusk and R. Eaton 4:45. to be successful in the end. The Moorcroft and Lusk. 119 Matt Rogers was declslonedresults were: The results were: by J. Long 4-12. J. Wasserburger was victorious I03 Jarred Gose was decisioned i25JeremyEnglewasdecisionc.'d over Jarred Gose 16-0; Chris by J. Wasserburger 0-16. by C. Clark 2-12. Durfee fell to L. Heth in the second 103 Chris Durfee was pinned by 145 Devin Marchant pinned H. quarter; Matt Rogers fell to C. L. Heth 3:44. Williams 5:40. Cisneros in the second quarter; 119 Matt Rogers was pinned by 171 Seth Hartman was pinned byJeremy Engle pinned T. Fitzwater D. Disneros 3:41. J. Burke 2:30. in 1:52; Devln Merchant also pinned his man, R. Rapp in 1:20; 125 Jeremy Engle pinned T. Hwt Aaron Kelsey was pinned bySeth Hartman fell to C. Tadewald Fitzwater 1:52. D. Bennett 3:53. 145 Devln Marchant pinned R. 119 Matt Rogers was decisionedin the first quarter; Aaron Kelsey Rapp 1:20. by K. Barry 4-12. pinned L. Coon in 1:51 and Kelsey 171 Seth Hartman was pinned by 125 Jeremy Engle was pinned bythen wenton to pin McGregor (Mor.) C. Tadewald 1:24. J. Karol 5:13. in 1:37. Hwt Aaron Kelsey pinned L. Coon 145 Devin Marchant decisioned Sundance hosted a duel with the 1:51. C. Burguss 8-6 in overtime. Sturgis JV wrestlers on January Hwt Aaron Kelsey pinned 171 Seth Hartman forfeit to T.23. The results were: McGregor of Moorcroft 1:37 in an Hippen. I03 Chris Durfee fell to R. Eaton exhibition match. Hwt Aaron Kelsey was pinned byin the third period; 119 J. Long On January 23 Sundance hosted D. Anderson 1:59. was victorious over Matt Rogers; a duelwith Sturgis JV wrestlers. The Sundance High School Sturgis' 125 C. Clark was also victorious over Jeremy Engle. The Sundance Lady Bulldogs won A good second quarter propelled Sundance's conference record to a pair of games last week to ira- them to a 34-8 halftime lead and 2-2. prove their record to 4-3. Tuesday they never looked back. Scoring vs. Hulett: Materi 4, the hot shooting Bulldogs defeated Friday's conference game with Crawford 18, Gels 5, Wales 9, Hulett 76-19 and on Friday they MoorcroftsawSundancelead 14-8 Tschetter5, Hilty 13, andJohnson defeated the Lady Wolves of after one quarter and 26-13 at the 22. Moorcroft 47-40. half. By the end of the third quarter Scoring vs. Moorcroft: Matert 2, The Tuesday game saw the Sun- Sundance led 37-19. A strong Crawford 2 I, Gels 4, Wales 2, Fouch dance girls start slow leading only fourth quarter by Moorcroft made 2, Hilty I O, and Johnson 6. 11-5 at the end of the first quarter, the game close. The win improves The Hulett Wrestling Club will The USA wrestling Is ready to hold its 1997 season sign up and start its fifth season in Sundance. Ih'actlces will be held in the high parents organization meeting on Monday, February3, 1997at6:00 school wrestling room and the p.m. in the Hulett Library. The coaches will be the same as last Hulett USA wrestling program is year. For anyone interested in open to boys and girls from the age coaching, a coaches card will cost offourand up through high school. $20. This meeting will provide infer- Reversible singlets are available for the kids so the only thing they marion about the upcoming sea- son (tournament information, will need are wrestling shoes. wrestling practlces, costs, etc.) and Catalogs are available where these theywillalsoholdelectlonofolllcers can be ordered for around $20 for for the parents organization, practice and tournaments. Parents should be prepared to Practice times will be the same as complete the sign up forms at this ~ last year and will be held on meeting, as well as pay the $22.00 Tuesdays and Thursdays from registration fee. Wrestlers who have not participated in the program in Wyoming MUST BRING A COPY OF THEIR BIRTH CERTIFICATE. If there are any questions about the USAWrestllng program, do not hesitate to contact Barb Gantz, president at 467-5531; Denise Rathbun, secretary/treasurer at 467-523 I; or Terry Goodvin, head coach at 487-5668. 6:00-7:15p.m. The first practice will be Tuesday, February 4 where registration will also take place. A child who has never participated in the USA program before will need to bring a copy of his birth certificate to send to the state chairperson. Cost for the USA card will be $25 which is good for every tourna- ment they will compete in. A sec- ondary insurance coverage along with a yearly subscrlprion to USA Wrestling is included in the $25. In the past the program has been THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 Chadron band, choir festival Feb. 3 & 4 Eight Sundance High School Band and Choir students will be participating in the Chadron State College Honor Band and Choir Festival next Monday and Tues- day, February 3 and 4. All students are accepted on the basis of a taped audition. Performing in the Honor Band are: Jana Green, flute, Jayme Dark, alto sax, and Ben Tonak, trumpet. Performing in the Honor Choir are: Brittany Wales, alto and Bryan Sharp, bass. Performing in the Festival Choir are: Whitney Rog- ers, soprano, Mandy Man', alto and Josh Farver, bass. The students will rehearse for two days and perform a concert at 5 p.ln. in the Memorial Hall audi- torium on CSC campus. SI/NDANCE SCHOOL~ Monday, February 3 Hamburger on whole wheat bun, oven potatoes, pickle spear, apple. Tuesday, February 4 Nacho supreme, lettuce salad. carrot sticks, pineapple upside- down cake. Wednesday, February 5 Turkey and noodles, biscuits and butter, mixed vegetables, peach. Thursday, February 6 Barbecue beef on a bun, potato wedges, orange. Friday, February 7 Chicken pot pie, fresh veggles, cherry crisp with whipped topping. "Ihe following Hulett Elementary school year: students has perfect attendance Derek Cheshier, J.D. Roberts, for the first semester of the 1996- Andrea Dorsett, Katerie DriskiII, 1997 school year:. Desi Lynn, Ashley Neiman, Chelsea Brittany Beckon, Heather Parsons, Elalna Rathbun. Beckon, Clayton Blschoff. Ty JerryShaffer.WaceySnook, Wally Blschoff, Teresa Brengle. Symonds, Taylor Willlamson, Megan Dirks, Brittanl Dvorak, Heather Beckon, Kalyn Blschoff, TerryGeib, Hanson Jordan, Kristen Teresa Brengle, Jade Buckingham. Lee, Brittany Martin, Jessica Jacob Gantz, Kelci Harvey, Alex McPartland. LeSassier, Kristen Lee, Kasey SonJa Nelman, Louis Neuen- Neiman, Marcus Nelman, Andrew schwander, Casey Newlin, Tara Norton, Louis Neuenschwander. Redinger, Chester Schlosser, Jed Kirstln Roberts, Savanna Schlosser, Savanna Schlosser and Schlosser, BonnieJoTope, Charlie William Telsrow. Maupln, Jake Mitchell, Will Everyone at Hulett Elementary Telsrow. School wants to congratulate these Shayla Waugh. Nlcole Collins. studentsl Marcy Goodvin, Wayne Jordan, ..... Hillery Lynn, Otto Schlosser and The following 4th, 5th and 6th E.O. Sowerwine. grade students earned a 3.0 or Congratularions on aJob well done better grade point average for the from everyone at the Hulett School! first semester of the 1996-1997 Keep up the good work! Matt does not live by w(,rd~ alone, de~l,ite the fact that so,netimes hc has to eat then,. --Adlai Stevenson Unleaded Gas 50%/#1 Diesel i a very successful learning expert- II ence for the kids and should con- rinue to be with all the added support from new coaches, enthu- ,'-rook County District Spell- ing six spellers among the first ten Neuenschwander, 5th grade; E.O. slasric parents and kids. If a child .., was held Thursday, finalists. There were a number of Sowerine and Marcy Goodvin, 6th would like to participate butmoney )vI rY 23 at Moorcroft Elemen- very challenging words at all levels grade from Hulett Elementary. lsaproblem.giveChuckSeamands " ehool. A total of thirty stu- of the competition. "tiffany Moore, Andrea DHskill. a calland something can be worked r rm Sundance, Hulett and Dick Castello. a retired English Dustln Pllcher and Brandle out. teacher from Moorcroft High Brengle. 7th grade; Callie [ roft competed for three If there are any questions about t--' School, was the pronouncer. Ackerman and Julle Collins, 8th the program, feel free to call ~/ ~e Collins, Hulett; Lexl Sere- Judges were Janet Kinstetter, grade, Hulett Junior High. Seamands or any of the other four BattSpear ZachDeWitt, Ami Peggy Boardman, Sheila Hanson Odie Turner and Courtney board members. They are Shah rq4"~[lllrlg, Milce Norris, Casey and Kathy Olsen, all of Moorcroft. Helmer, 5th grade; Zach DeWitt Gose, LindaFoster, MikeJohnston ~'[er, all of Moorcroft; and Rob- Rick Moo was the Recorder. and Michael Norris, 6th grade,and GayHooper. Seamands' phone ~lltma, Caiflin Gade and Jer- The names of the three finalists Moorcroft Elementary. number is 283-3450. ; _~rOell, all of Sundance were have been submitted for the state Alexle Semlek, Casey Pilcher, Ami n~rH~rtalistcandidateswhohad competitlon.TheStateSpellingBee Schelling, 7th grade; Jesse ~ighest scores on the written will be held at Barnes & Noble, Patterson, Katie Holberg and Matt Dean's List Beulah, WY The academic Affairs Office at ~ad competed in the oral Cheyenne, WY on February 24, Spear, 8th grade, Moorcroft oun- Valley City State Universlty, Valley ! ~Sthe first oral round, Caitlin 1997 at 9:30 a.m. ior High. City, ND has announced the Dean's Students participating were: llst for the fall semester of 1996. ['..Mike Norris and Julie Col- Augusta Beck and Abby Denzln, - ~ ~ -- Scott David Hurd of Sundance in P'ere the finalists. The final 5th Grade and Andrew Redfield ~! ~i~~ ~ lil [dOWnresultedinJulleColllns and Sam Yemington, 6th grade ~, .- named to the dean's list. ~tJ~ first, Mike Norris, second from Sundance Elementary. ~ .,: To be named to this list, a student mm~'-altlln Gade, third. All three Calflln Gade, Amanda Lambert ~, must have a grade point average of l~ts are eligible to participate and Paul Aberle, 7th grade; Robert ~ ~_. 3.50 or higher and must have successfully completed a minimum ~l~ State Spelling Bee. Follum, Jeramy Croell and Mor- ~ of 12 credit hours of regular aca- llal frtv" fur wrds cn-ectlYI~l a'Peclal~fa ~Cadef [I ftyin- was note, the written the Julle only parricl- / Collins round. GEDSundance Junlor Hlgh. gan Krlsten Ellsbury,programLee 8th and grade Louis from " ------ ] demlc credlt. FR I : .... | Spell all seven words cor---_-- [ ,:: I the first oral round, will begin here AJ01 , ,croft was successful ln plac- The General Education Develop- SHI KES Dont miss the l te t in ment (GED} program is important LOSS than 200 Calories to anyone who has not completed cuttin -ed ea a technolo av high school and received a diploma therefrom. Governmentstaristics 3oh D D y ]997 show that a larger percentage of Still Only ]"[ eere 0 openings available In men and women not possessing Interest classes either a high school diploma or a ~I[- to begin in February. GED certificate will spend their , i=stFree v]~:Wlth available slots are: lives at or below the poverty level e,,~,,~,,O~ r" SUNDANCE EQUIPMENT CO. ~' S, Gunfighters, and ShadyAnyone in this situation should ,,.~Lq~],~fthe Old West, Genealogy, act now. PH. 283-2971 Sundance -- ~ry of Native Amer. Indians. GED classes are scheduled to l) [S~lthlng Massage, Kids start, at Sundance High Schoolon it Attack (rescheduled), Col- Wednesday, January 29 at 6 p.m. Date: Friday, February 7 ,, ,,~OSts, Reflexology, and Italian If a person would begin now and ~e. work diligently in the class, he or ~rtUpforanyoftheseclasses, she could attain a GED certificate THE OONTRY COTTAGE Time: 11:30 to 1:00- Lunch Served I~ contact the Community as early as this spring. ~_q~lJ pttlorlofflce, room204,_froml Call Community Education at & YOGURT GARDEN Place: Sundance Equipment Co. I]~. Monday through "lhur~- 283- 1007 or Orval at 283-2050 to Hourll: Men. - Frl., 8-6; Sat. 9-4:30; Closed Sun. ~ W. Hwy, 14, Sundance, WY [~ SUndance High School or find out more Information and the 423 Cleveland Sundance Phone 283-2450 ......... ~3.1007 or 283-2769. room assignment, u I [ [