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r 7- Thurs4ay, August 19, 2004 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" is the season August half over and sum- :in cool, fall-like tern- other hints of a season transition are apparent in Sun- Residents living near the school re- awak- by the of Coach Hofland l he leads a team of pre- training. asked by Times what faced team, Hofland felt several areas of concern. *Our linemen," said Lance, "we have enough size. We wont any depth yet this season. a pretty young team being freshman and sophomore consist seniors and ten juniors, team comprised and freshman. =Pne juniors got a lot of playing last year, so theyll be solid. skilled positions tentatively. good." Coach Hofland reported he had tentatively identified some kids for certain positions, but he was quick to say hell know more when the players get the pads on. "Nick McDonald, Steven Gray, and Darrell Neiman have experience in the 4, 3, and 2 back positions. Michael Aberle and Ray Moore are practicing in the quarterl~ck posi- tion. Weql probably use one or the other." Lance was pleased with his bud- ding team, citing their enthusiasm. =Were had three good days of prac- tice. Their attitudes are upbeat and they're encouraging each other." Meanwhile inside the high school gymnas~ium, voUeyball coach Greta Crawford is gearing up for a new sea- son. Coach Crawford said, =We're re- placing four starters from a team of six starters." The openings represent opportuni- ties for the many returning players who saw varsity time last year, but were not in starter positions. =IYn looking for my returning var- sity players to step up," said Crawford. =We'll be filling a setter po- sition and two outside hitters." Coach Crawford began training her team throughout the summer by trav- eling to two team camps with the girls. One training camp and compe- tition was in Scottsbluff, Neb., and the other at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. "We placed in the gold division [top six] at both camps," said Ccem, =We had tough competition and even played against a 6' 4" girl from Dickinson at BHSU. We were suc- cessful blocking her at times. It takes a lot of practice to strengthen blocking timing and l was pleased with how we did." Regular practices started on Mon- day of this week and with school and a roster filled with games looming around the corner, Coach Crawford indicated she will be evaluating players in practices over the next couple weeks to make decisions on who will fill the open positions. A large group of freshmen players will add to the mix and offer depth to the volle3,ball program. =Andrea Humptwey's done a great job with the underclassmen," said Crawford, who concluded the inter- view with her philosophy regarding choosing starters, "I prefer to get the girls in and evaluate them and decide what's best for the team. I'll be looking for excellent atti- tudes. I look forward to the season and expect great things from this tean'i f The Sundance Times Ilene Hooper of Sundance Elementary School is shown re- ceiving $500 in environmental grant money from Wsl-Mert of Spearfish. Sundance Elementary School students will use this money to do clean-up work in the city park end plant trees. " Sundance " Clinic Sunda_nce, Wyoming . intlm 1-90 Exit 14 Spearfieh, SD 64 2-WEST (9378) Harry C. Stear~ l][l, M.D. Orthopedic Outreach Clinic Spine Surgery Sports Medicine Total Joint Replacement Hand Surgery Pediatric Orthopedics Foot & Ankle Surgery Reconstructive-Microsurgery Anthroscopy Fractures & Trauma Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center, P.C. Appointments can be made by calling 1-81~-293-1728 ' an/e YOUt. The Crook County Jr. Livestock Committee would like to take this time to say "Thank You" to all who made the 2004 Livestock Sale a success. St. Onge Livestock, Belle Fourche Livestock for ring men, Sundance State Bank for Clerking, McPherson Auctions for calling the sale. Brian Neiman for Brand Inspections. Thanks to all the Superintendents of the species. Good Job. Most of all to you, the buyers, thanks for supporting the youth of Crook County. We hope to see you next year, same time, same place. Once again Thanks to all of you for a successful sale. ULTRY tag weight price/lb, buyer CortneyGoodvin 110 121 ertLenerville $100/pen Hulett National Bank AshleyBietz 160 103 ...._~tY Comett $90/pen Powder River Energy Stacey Schelldorf 163 124 bATS Kyle Nuckotls 124 130 0nUnco(n 157[ 60 $80/head BruceBrown Lance Nuckolls 131 129 EF Ty Conzeiman 102 112 White (Champion) 616 1233 $2.90 Mariah Bowles 105 146 k" Gray (Reserve) 664 1317 2.10 Raenell Edsall 112 122 ~Watson 674 1406 1.50 Robin Moore 162 130 Y Fordyce 667 1183 1.60 ~e Watson 675 1393 1.60 ~/Traylor 659 1410 1.60 ~Y~668 1292 1.70 Ethan Dirks 107 114 Y Pannell 619 1227 1.80 Y Pannell 620 1106 2.20 ~n Moore 670 1423 1.40 glen Bowlas 613 1416 1.50 e Rathbun 661 1260 2.60 ~Y Newlin 623 1177 1.80 ee Snook 614 1193 2,00 t Moore 671 1468 1.50 ~eY Gray 666 1336 1.90 ~e WHliams 676 1191 1.70 l~a Clark 624 1160 1.80 ~tt~ 66013252.00 672 1236 1.70 Lambea SS9 1164 1.oo ~ Neiman 611 1197 1.70 OdskiH 625 1089 1.40 Vor Nelson 662 1146 2.50 br Pickrel 665 1203 1.30 ~e wd~.~s (Champkm) 155 B=n Bootes (Reserve) 104 ~ Graham 15.9 ~ White 113 It Foster 152 IPY Ranch Neiman Timber Croell Redi-Mix Pinnacle Bank/Buy Back Sundance State Bank Thunder Basin Coal Mire Devils Tower Golf Course Devils Tower Forest Products Neiman Timber Hauck Electric Socunty Insurance Empire Ranch/ Graham Livestock Devils Tower Forest Products Neiman Timber Sundance Equipment Croell Redi-Mix Sundance State Bank Dee & Barbara Clark Giant Rubber Water Tanks Sur