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Page 6- Thursday, 28, 2008 Februa ul , win "WHERE THE KID one GOT HIS NAME" reglona The Sundance Times The Lady Bulldogs traveled to Douglas to play in the regional tourney on Thurs- day, Feb. 21. The Dogs opened play with a tough, 29-57 loss to Burns. Sophomore Kylie Hughes led the Bulldogs with 8. In the next round they met Lusk on Friday and came away with a big win mad a final score of 30-25. Hughes again led the Bulldogs with 14. Next up was the consolation game against Wright - the winner of which would Sundance Burns Sundance vs. Burns Ist 2nd 3rd Final 4 8 20 29 18 33 43 57 Points Rebounds Assists Steals Sheena Peplow 1 Kylie Hughes 8 4 1 5 Kelly O'Connor 7 6 1 4 Stephany Cross 2 1 Laramie Noyce 3 1 Sidney Mater/ 5 1 1 Krystal Ram sey 5 5 1 3 Lauren Wilson 1 Abby Carter 4 1 Katie Whalen 2 Sundance vs. Lusk Ist 2nd 3rd Final Sundance 8 16 23 30 Lusk 3 11 19 25 Sheena Peplow Kylie Hughes Kelly O'Connor Laramie Noyce Sidney Materi Krystal Ram sey Abby Carter Sundance Wright Sheena Peplow Kylie Hughes Kelly O'Connor Laramie Noyce Sidney Materi Kryst Ramsey Abby Carter move on to the state contest. The girls were tied in the first quarter and kept the game close through the third, but fell behind and took a season-ending loss of 48-56. Hughes led the Bulldog scoring with 15 points. Points Rebounds Assists Steals 2 2 1 14 9 2 6 12 1 - 1 3 3 3 2 2 1 3 5 3 2 1 2 1 Sundance vs. Wright lst" 2nd 3rd Final 12 24 40 48 12 26 41 56 Points Rebounds Assists Steals 15 I0 I I 14 8 I 2 - 2 3 - 7 6 2 2 II 3 I 4 - 3 I ,@ Sidney Materi and Kelly O'Connor defend against Lusk at the regional tournament, i i!)!!!i!i!iiii~i : :;;;;i~ )i~ !i~i~!!!~!!!i ~:~i ~ ?i/!! i!ii )!iiil)iiiii)i)ii!i)!!ii!i!!i~ =! ~i; ~i~ii~ <~ : Maybe it is time you had it checked The Sundance Times 311 Main Street 283-3411 1.888.310.8170 I 30%682.5193 [ 3795 Collins Road, Gillette [ collinscom.net Scholarships Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc. will be awarding several scholarships again this year to high school seniors or college undergraduates who currently have (or whose parents have) local phone service with Range Telephone. Fifteen $1,500 scholarships, totaling $22,500, will be awarded at the Cooperative's Annual Meeting in Forsyth, Montana on Saturday, May 3, 2008. Five of the fifteen scholarships will be presented to students entering a field of study that relates to the telec ommunications industry. One of those five scholarships, the "Ron Bixby Memorial Scholarship", will be earmarked for a student who is a tribal enrolled member. Examples of some of the fields that could be considered telecom-related include, but are not limited to, Telecommunications, Data Communications, Elec- tronic Technology, Mechanical Drafting/Design Technology, Computter Systems Technology, Engineering, Construction, Accounting, Marketing and Web Design. Applications may be picked up either at Range Telephone, your l eal high school, or by down- loading the form and requirements from Range's website at www.ramgetel.eoop. The deadline for submitting applications is March 8, 2008. I Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc in conjunction with the Foundation for Rural ',Service, is sponsoring an essay contest for high school juniors to win what has been referred to as a "trip of a lifetime." One high school junior will be selected to receive an all-expense-paid trip to Washington D.C. to participate in the Foundation for Rural Service Youth Tour, May 31st - June 4th, 2008. He/she will be joined by approximately 100 other high school juniors from across the United States. To enter the contest, students must write an essay on the following topic, "Why/s b~roadbandservice eapabilRy important to rural Montana/ Wyoming residential and business customers?" The essay shoulld be typed, double-spaced, and no less than 400 words in length. To qualify, students, or their parents: (a) must receive their local phone service from Range Telephone and reside in one of the following exchanges - (In Montana -- 342, 346, 347, 356, 421, 427, 436, 477, 554, 592, 757, 784, 828. 984 or in Wyoming - 283, 736, 737, 750, 758, S78), (b) must be a high school junior, and (c) must have parental authorization. Students attending the Youth Tour will gain a first-hand look at the telecommuni,cations industry and receive education on government processes. Students will also have an opportunity to visit famous historical sites including the Washington Monument, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Cathedral, the U.S. Capitol and Arlington National Cemetery. For more information and photos, please visit the Foundation for Rural Service website at www.frs.org. Enay e~des must be postmarked no later than April 1, 2008 and submitted to: Range Telephone, Attn: General Manager, P. O. Box 127, Forsyth, MT 59327. o