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Page 6- Thursday, March 18, 1999 I 1999 Eighth Grade District Basketball Champions, Back Row. left to right: Jared Crawford, Adam Humphrey, Ray Boslanowitch, Tyler Franich, Wade Mike Follum, Andrew Redfleld, Cllnt Sell, Mark Raschkow, and Coach Lance Hofland. Front Row, loft to right: Justin Middleton, Zach Uhrlg, Sam Yemington, Paul Nehmer, Will Yemington, Jeremy Peterson, Cody Lenz, and Jeff Cotney. Ludeman, 1999 Seventh GradeDistrlct Basketball Champions, Back Row, left to right: Joshua Croen, David Daly, Robert Wilson, Rory Johnston, Shad Sehloredt, Carl Johannosen, Robert IAttlefleld and Coach John Stewart. l~ront Row, loft to right: Jerry Cotney, Nick Pleper, Qulnton Blakley, Jacob Cornelia, Brad Hooper, Drew Hart, Kyle Jewell, and not pictured is Surratt Russell. 3rd Annual Super Fund Single Ticket Couples Ticket Jakes Price WILD $45.00 $5s.00 $10.00 Levi Ellsbury, Sundance High School senior, has been selected to participate in this year's Down Under Bowl in Australia. He will be playing in an American football tournament featuring All Star State teams from all over the United states. Levi Is a member of Wyoming's North Team. He will leave on June 13, and return June 25. In addlt/on to going-to Australia. he will get to visit New Zealand and Hawaii during the trip. Levi, the son of David and Beth Ellsbury. said he was thankful for the chance to represent his school. state and county in th/s. "it's a once in a lifetime opportu- nity," he wrote. "to do this, whlle doing bomethlng I love: playing football." Some fund raisers are m place to help defray the cost of his trip. He will be selling pies at the Pops Concert March 23. and a fund has been set up in his name at Sun- dance State Bank where donations can ~e leH Any donations that will enable him to take advantage of this unique opportunity will be greatly appreciated by Levi and his well-wishers. The 'Gun There were no the Bullpups teams on ! March. The seventh grade boys captured tourney ove~ at the JH nament. First Game scores: Sundance 7th 2 1 Sage Valley 7th 13 Rory edt shared the high by scoring 15 points Jacob Cornelia hind with 14. helped put the first tournament under Robert Wilson, Carl and Joseph Croeli wlth Coaches corner: behind by 19 points but they came back heart that we won such a good J, The top scorers for were Paxton and each. Second Game scores: Sundance 7th 7 21 Wright 7th 9 16 S. their second victory ment by dumping in 22 The Wright Panthers: the Bullpups in quarter: however, pushed on and put away in the fourth. IL Johnston followed with 11. I~ Wilson 2. Burliegh was the for Wright with 9. Championship game Sundance 7th 12 Moorcroft 7th I0 16 The Bullpups championship a to only a 25 games; however, their tion never let down. R. Johnston was the during the final points. Following J. Cornelia 9 and with 9. The tournament was single ellminatlon-lose your team Is done. Team Sundance eighth ball team took home for the second First Game scores: Sundance 8th I 1 26 Hulett 8th 6 19 Nine Bullpups added the scoreboard to lock tournament victory Bullpups. Adam (Punk) Bullpupswith 1 Lenz 10, Michael Nehmer 7, Yemington 5, Wade Clint Sell and William 2. The Red Demons Sheldon Second Game scores: Sundance 8th 12 Upton 8th 4 I{ The second game ment for the in a big victory over points. The Bullpups again scoreboard with 8 to the victory that put the A. Humphrey which gave him the Bullpups row. W. Ludeman lowed by M. Follum 8, 7, d. Crawford 5, Nehmer, and S. Upton's top Kitten scored 12. Champimmhip gains Sundance 8th I I MoorcroR 8th 16 Sundance overtime A. Redfield dropped i final game to lead A. Humphrey 12, C. Folium 5, and W. DeWitt from ] Wolves with 17. Coaches corner:. MoorcroR the son we knew do some things bounding and the game ourselves not doing needed to do to win. in the ball game, the kids alized what needed set their minds to back from the deficit Iotofheart proved how hard qultting step up in key free a great finish to a Coach Lance