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Pase 6 - Thursday, April 22, 1999 The Sundance i Sundance II This past Saturday, April 17, ~enior Heather Johnson, in her first meet of the season, put her shot 32' 2 1/2" for a State qualifying throw. "I haven't been able to work out as hard as I should because of a wrist injury:, however, I hope I'll be able to work hard in the next few weeks so that I can break the school record," said Heather. According to Coach Rick Reid, "Johnson was the only one qualifying for State. Considering that the cross winds were about 20-30 mph, Mark Pieper, only 3 seconds off the qualifying Ume, would have had a very good chance of making it." M. Pieper ran a I0:57 during the 3200 meter run that was good for a second place. Pat Aberle qualified for State during the track meet before Easter. He is still chasing after the school record in the 3200 and the 1600 meter run. Aberle placed first in both events with a time of5:12 in the 1600 and 10:53 in the 3200 meter run. ;ney. Callie Hflty placed first In the triple jump with a stretch of 31 '8" and second in the 3200 meter run with a time of 13:50. Hilty is trying to recapture her strength in the 3200--she holds the 1997 school I record with a time of 12:21.4. Teams entered Guernsey-Sunrise, Sundance, Albin, Burns, Chugwater, Glendo, Lingle, Lusk, Midwest, and South East. Boys Division I00 - 3, Dane Wfl]ey, 11.8. 200 - 4, Dane Wflley, 25. 1600 - I, Pat Aberle, 5: 12. 3200 - l, Pat Aberle, 10:53.2; 2, Mark Pieper, 10:57. Long Jump - 5, Dane Willey, 19' 5. Girls Division 100 - 3, Jennifer Kreuter, 13:6. 200 - 3, J. Kreuter, 28:7. 800 - 3, Callie Hilty, 2:44. 3200 - 2, C. Hflty, 13:50, I00 hurdles - 4, Joany Weaver, 18: I; 5, Amy Goodson, 18.3. 1600 relay - 4, Amanda Kreuter, J. Kreuter, Becca Cor- nelia, and C. Hflty, 4:45. Discus- 6, Heather Johnson, 92' I0. Shot - 4, H. Johnson, 32' 2 I/2. Triple Jump - I, C. Hflty, 3 I' 8. The boys placed seventh with 40 points and the girls placed fifth with 50. The girls' Southeast team and the boys' Lingle team took first. The next scheduled Bulldog High School meet is Friday, April 23 at Newcastle. : :iF Atl smiles are the young wrestlers who qualified for the State Amateur Wrestling to right, Rory Johnston, Kyle Johnston, Steven Gray, and Jacob Cornelia. Thursday, April 29, will see dents from Upton, Moorcroft the Sundance sixth grade play- and Hulett will be participat- ing host to the NE District band ing. Paul Ormseth and Jflliam clinic. The event will be held in Balow are the Moorcroft band the Sundance High School Au- teachers; Sue Clark, Hulett; and ditorium. Gary Glodt, Upton. At 1:45 p.m. the musicians Students from kindergarten will hold an open concert per- through the sixth grade will be forming the music they pre- attending the 1:45 concert. Mrs. pared in the morning practiceColgrove and the sixth grade sessions, would like to encourage every- According to Barb Colgrove, one in the community to at- Sundance band teacher, stu- tend. li I I $CBOOL gIHmWl"S Apr. 22 - 2S Apr. 22 - Art Symposium at Casper Apr. 23 - HS - Track - at Newcastle Art Symposium at Casper Apt. 24 JH .Track. at Gillatie Apr. 27 . Spring Music Concert. 7:00 p.m. Pictured above are left to right: Tyler Lindholm, chapter hlBtodaa Michelle Slmons, chapter president and omclal delegate; and and olM dal delegate.., The Sundance FFA chapter egates. This year's convention walked away with the 1999 Su- theme was "No Better Time", perior National FFA Chapter award at the 72nd annual Wyo- ming State FFA Convention held In Cheyenne April 7- I 0. The '~t was a good conference. award is for '~premler leadership, We lost points on the personal growth and career suc- initial scorecards so no cess", shown by various activities matter how well we did the members have successfully later we could not place completed in the last year. Along higher than a Bronze. This with the national award they also was one of our best presen- received the Bronze Emblem taUonz ever. We received a Chapter award for the State of NaUonal Superior Chapter Wyoming. Bronze Award; but, we had hoped to be the Wyoming Members a{tendlng the Confer- Chapter representative. We ence were Mlchelle Slmons, Bo were glad to get home; Rolf, ~yler Llndholm and Jenna traveled over a 50 miles Moline, Official convention del- stretch of raging blimm~," egates were Mlchelle Stmons and said Chapter leader, Be Rolf. Tyler Llndholm and Dick Hubbard. Jenna Moline were alternate del- Sundance Schools Menus rl., April 2a Sub sandwich, lettuce salad, white cake with strawberries, and milk. Mon., April 26 French bread pizza, cOrn, pud- dlng with fruit, and milk. Tues., April Grilled ham and cheese, to- mato soup and crackers, fresh veggles, mlxed fruit, and milk. Wed., April 28 Clown Day:. Corn dogs, french fFles, amazing corn nuts (6th grade choice), shape-ups, or- ange wedge, and milk. Thurs., April 29 Potato Bar: toppings: chili, cheese sauce, diced ham, sour cream; lettuce salad, garlic bread sticks, grapes, and milk. Frl., April SO French dip sandwich, fresh veggles, fresh fruit, and milk. and alternate delegate; 13o Rol~ chapter vice president Included in the convention is- sues were the handling of state business, speech contests, state talent contests,, state FFA band and choir, retiring addresses of the state officers and the intro- duction of the 1999-2000 state officers. Students attended several FFA leadership sessions conducted by National FFA vlce-president, Emily Buston and past state and national officers. Featured speakers at the con- venUon included Secretary el State Joe Myer; Craig Zablocki, humorist; Ron Micheli, Commis- sioner of Agriculture; and moti- vaUonal speaker, Matt Lohr, The local chapter donated $ 100 to the Wyoming State FFA ,~so- clatlon to assist with state activi- ties and awards. Moorcroft Mat Masters Wrestling Club played host weight class and S. Gray lost in to the District One Wrestling Tournament on Satur- day. April I 0. defeated by The tournament results for the Sundance grap- The Dlstrlct~ piers in their respective weight classes were: first, by the Newcastle Fall Guys, followed Kyle Johnston and Rory Johnston; second, Steven Gray; and fourth Jacob Cornelia. ~~h~ ~ 'The kids are Rory Johnston took home the fastest pin award in great intensity and should be ver~ the 13-14 year-oldzge group with a second pin. State Tournament in Casper on May I," Each of the Johnston boys was bumped up a Johnston. hammered by winter weather Due to bad weather--snow here and there--the Bulldogs have had limited time on the course; how- ever the team has managed to practice a few holes, not rounds, during the past several weeks. On Saturday, April 17, the Bull- dog golf team traveled to the Hu- lett Invitational at Devils Tower Golf Club. "For many of the Junior varsity members it was the first spring 2- A competition and for most of the team members it has been hard to get in a full round of golf be- cause of the weather," said Coach Dave Watson. Par for the 9-hol~ course at Dev- ils Tower is 35 and for some of the golfers, old and new, the 18-hole tourney created some problems, but this was not true for varsity freshmen Tyler Watts and Nicole Nolan. Both Sundance golfers placed first by shooting a 75 and a 109 respectively. "Nicole wasn't even going to go because her friend wasn't going, but look how well she did," said Coach Watson. Girls team results I, Hulett 356; I, Lusk 378. Note: in order to qualify as a team there must be at least eight members golfing. Boys team results I-Wright 346; 2-Lusk 349; 3-Wheat- land JV 371; 4-Mldwest 377; 5-Hu- lett 378; 6-Sundance 391; 7- CIearmont 598. Girls individual results I-N. Nolan (Sun), 57/52-I09; 2- Julie Collins (Hul), 56/57-113; 3- Rose (Lus), 60/54-114; 4-Schlpman (Wrl), 60/$4- 114: 5-Moore (Hull 61/ 58-119; 6-Filangi (Wrl), 58/65-121; 7-Waugh (Hul), 68/56-124; 8-Farris (Mid), 61/64-125. Boys individual results I -T. Watts (Sun), 36/39-75; 2-Pfister (Lus). 40/37-77; 3-Brown (Wri) 41/ 38-79; 4-Hytrek (Lus), 43/41-84; 5- Filangl (Wri), 41/45-86; 6-Brandt, (Moor), 45/41-86; 7-Thole (Hul) 43/ 46-89; 8-Farris (Mid), 44/45-89. Other golfers who participated but didn't 'shoot up to par' were: Joseph Cornelia, Alec Hilty, Jeff Virchow, Travis Bouldin, Kyle Lu- deman and Joe Jackson. Coa~es Comer: "As a team we really missed senior Chris Dur- fee; he injured his wrist in a car accident and may be out the en- tire golf season. We may be able to win Conference and State; we have some fantastic golfers." said Coach Watson. The next competition for the varsity is Saturday, April 24, at Buffalo. The junior varsity will compete at Wright that day. "I~yplcal sprlng weather has made It 41400 ~.I~- 2, difficult for the y~mng Bul]pups to A. Mollenbrlnk, A. Tscl-~tter. compete m track, but on SaUmlay, lOO - 2, A. April 17, the Sundan~e Junior High ~00~-3, c. McDonald; 4, BuIlpup~v,~re able to ccm~pete in thelr brink; 6, A. Tschetter, 32.& first official 'complete' track meet at 400~-2, N. Sharp, 1:15. Newcastle. 800114, DJ. Kennedy. the stats for the events were gathered IX~~v5, Shad Schlme~It. via the phone from as many partlci- ohot-I, 29'3 pant asmma e.ManyoftheBu ups knew e~mctly to the h~ of a Ed Pacol~ 5, Russell Surra~ second and a fracUon ofan Inch what 4/400 r~y-N~ck their tlme or dlstance wasf "lhe en- n~ E. Pacoh, I~ Stm-at~ thuslasm In thelr voices saki a lot 411oo rel~-2, Brad about the importance to them even if WUsor~ C. Jo~nneser~ it wasnl a first place ~ lOOM-3. S. Schlomdt, 13.3;~ With a level ofe~Itement and prkie in 14.49. 0~[-3. R. SunztU her v~ce, Page Lambert~ 'I 4OOM-2, N. PI~, I:II;3,1~ donlknowtheexacttUne, butthey(4/ C. Johannea 400 relay team) really ~noked 'era." S0OM-3. E. Pacola Tean~ particlpatlng 1600M-2, R. Wilson; 3, Smxian~, Uptor~ Osa~, Hulett, and 6:37.8~ 4, C. Johannese~ ~Xvtn Spruce 'Yes, I know the times t 8th Boys div __ seeond; wal Dtacus- 1, .~n Humphrey, 98"; 2, Wade ftm." said Brad Hoops-. Lu~ 97' I"; 3, Cllnt Sell; 4, M~mel 7th Follum, 81'. DbmmvSm~ Sehelkior shot-3, A. Humphrey, 28'7'; 4, M. Fol- Duvall; 6, Nil~le Hoard, 44~ 2T. 8hot-l, S. Schel~rf, I~; Long Jump-l, ~ ~, 16'I0"; z/n; II~8"; 4. S. Duvall 2, CodyLer~, 15'I0"; 3,W.Ludeman, 14'2 2". I/2"; 5, A. Humphrey, 13'9"; 8, C. Sell. HlghJump-l. A. Redfleki, 5'2".HI,h Jump-2. 4/40Oreky-l, Ler PauINehmer, d- 4/4OO relay-l, Gray, field, Ludenmr~ 4:29. Lambert, VicWria Cross, 4/100 relay-2, Jar~d Crawford, M. Fol- 4/100 ~-4, David Raschk~, Jemmy PemmorL Denzin~ Whitney Lenz 100M-I,C. ~ 12.99; 5, J. Petersen. 100M-I, R. Gray, 14.1. 200M-I, A. Redi~Id, 26.84; C. Ler~, 200M-I, R. Gray, 29.5; 27.78; 4, W. la.xierrmn, 28. I; 6, C. Sell 33.192; 3, V. Cro~s, 33.97. 4OO1[-I, A. Redfleld, 1:04.41; 3, P. 40~-I, S. Lambe~ Nehme~, 5, C. Sell. 000~-2, J. Aberle. ~-2, J. Peterson. 16(X)M-2,/L ~ 7:30, '1hope t~tflrstlnallmyevents.'rrac.k qt ~as r~d]y fun and I is hard sometlmes but ffs easy most ofthe V~ctoria Cross. time," said ~ Redfleld. "Itwas fun, and Itwas fun tel 8th Gds division ~tes ar~i tol~r ~ Discus-2, DJ. Ke.nedy: 3, Am~ Tschet- ~om the skie]~s~" saki tea'. "It was tim," saki Nikole Shot- I, Cady McDonald; 3, Nico]e Sharp, 20'I I/4". Long Jump-3, Amanda Mollenbrtnk. "Itwas fun and we did prettYl 12'7". Stacv Scl~lldo~ ! "Never trust a dog to watch your food." -Patrick. '~/hen you want something expensive, ask your "Never smart off to a teacher whose eyes and ears are -AndreW,~ ' ear a hat when feeding seagulls." "Sleep in your clothes so you'll be dressed In the -Ste "Never try to hide a piece of broccoli in a glass of mill~" "Don't flush the toilet when your dad's in the shower." "Never ask for anything that costs more parents axe doing taxes." "Never bug a pregnant mom." -CarroL