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Page 7- Thursday, September 2, 2010 "WHERE THE" KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance limes JV squad begins season with shutout over Newcastle The Sundance Bulldog JV squad takes on the Newcaslte Dogies in the season opener. By Bob Hadden The Sundance High School junior varsity football squad began the 2010 season with their home opener against Newcastle on Monday, August 30. A crowd of over 100 spectators watched as the young Bulldogs fared well against the Dogies keeping the Newcastle squad out of the end zone the entire game. Tailback Trent Bush scored on a long running play and Ben Stoddard powered over the goal on a QB sneak to help lead Sundance to the 14-0 win. When asked later about this year's var- sity team Head Coach Brian Mills had some optimistic comments. "We're a young team with nine freshmen this year, but the six seniors have done a great job as team leaders and attitudes are good with this group." Mills went on to explain that the offensive line is a work in progress as it has been necessary to put experienced linemen in unfamiliar spots. The injury bug has already bitten the team with some key players out for the upcoming game against Moorcroft on Friday. "With 28 play- ers to choose from there is some depth," Mills added, "but some of the young play- ers will be asked to step up until we get healthy." Coach Mills will be assisted again this year by dett Schloredt as defensive coach and James Halverson coaching special teams. Girls take on Cheyenne Invite By Bob Hadden The Sundance High School volleyball team traveled to Chey- enne on August 27 th and 28 th to compete against 3A and 4A teams at the Cheyenne Invi- tational. In Friday's action the varsity girls played fiercely, but fell to Natrona County 20-25 in the fir, st set, and 12-25 in "fl s'diqd;. Th !rig th'Oh * lost 9-25. Later the Lady Bulldogs took Rawlins to three sets, but came up short 16-25, 26-24, and 7-25. On Saturday the girls were determined to start the day well and they played with en- thusiasm defeating Southeast in the first match with scores of 25-21 and 25-22.The girls then played well against Lara- mie staying with them early in each set, but coming up short at 13-25 and16-25. Later the Lady Bulldogs played Cheyenne Central tough, but lost in two sets 23-25 and 20-25. The team finished the tournament with a loss to Casper powerhouse Kel- ley Walsh, 11-25 and 12-25. The girls will play Moorcroft at home on Thursday, then head to Gil- lette on Friday and Saturday for more 3A and 4A action. Lauren Wilson led the Varsity team by scoring 26 points over the two days. She also had 21 kills, 3 service aces, 7 blocks, and 45 digs. Karleen Cooper and Sabrina Whalen scored the second most points, each scoring 17 points over the two Robin Moore blocks during the Cheyenne Invitational Volleyball Tournament. 3 service aces, 6 blocks, and 31 42 out of her 44 serves into the Kekvliet had 9 kills, 8 blocks, digs, while Sabrinahad 32 kills, court. Megan VanVeldhuizen and 5 digs. Erica VanVeldhui- 8 blocks, and 7 digs. Taylor scored 8 points and had 12 zen had 2 points and 25 digs. Materi scored 13 points in the digs. Robin Moore had 13 kills, Haley Wadley scored 15 points days. Karleen also had 23 kills, tourney, had 12 digs, and made 1 block, and 7 digs. Allison and had 16 digs. ................... L .............. :. ........................................... ................................................................................................................................................. Small game, mountain grouse, dove seasons open License requirements for small under 14 years of age also do not gameand birds vary with the age need a license if hunting with a and residency of the hunters, licensed adult and their bag limit Hunters 14 years and older are is applied to and limited by the required to possess the proper small game or game bird licenses small game or bird license. Resi- held by the adult in his/her com- dentyouth under 14 do not need pany. Youth under 14 can also a license to hunt small game or hunt wild turkey, but a separate birds and nonresident hunters wild turkey license is required. Tired of wasting time on your d!al-up Inte00net serwce? Get ange DSL 1-800-92-RANGE ' oi I{ llili the Game and Fish website http:// gf.state.wy.us or for 50 cents from license selling agents. Dove hunt- ers should be aware that Eurasian collared doves are being seen with increadng frequency in Wyoming especially in the eastern part of the state. Eurasian collared doves are an exotic species that are larger than mourning doves and can be identified by a black band on the neck and a squared tail. Since Eur- asian collared doves are not listed as a Wyoming Crame bird, there is no closed season, no bag limit and no license is rexluired. Like mourning doves, small game animals are also found throughout much of the state. In Wyoming, animals legally classi- fied as small game include cot- tontail rabbits, snowshoe hares and red, gray and fox squilTels. The small game season is long, opening Sept. 1 and running through Mar. 1. Even though most big game seasons do not open until mid September or October, hunters can get their fall hunts underway this week with season openers for a variety of small game and upland bird species. Seasons for blue and ruffed grouse, often referred to as moun- tain grouse, opened Sept.1. Blue grouse are found in most moun- tain areas throughout the state on both Bureau of Land Management and national forest lands. Ruffed grouse are found in western Wyo- ming in the Shoshone, Bridger- Teton and Targhee national for- ests. The season is long, ending Nov. 30. Many birds are taken each year incidental to hunts for deer and elk. Mourning doves are found throughout the state. With the first cold snap, doves will head for warmer dimes, but if the weather stays mild, dove hunters often have opportunities throughout much of September. Mourning dove hunters are reminded to have the federal Harvest Information Program permit (HIP permit) in their possession while hunting. The HIP permit is available free on Golfers play Sheridan, Keyhole Sundance-Hulett golfers at Keyhole. The golf teams attended the Moorcroff High School Fall Golf Invitational held Friday, August 27 at Keyhole Country Club. The boys' team from Lusk came out on top with at score of 379, followed by Moorcroft (385), Big Horn (392), Sundance-Hulett (417) and Tongue River (450). For the girls, Moorcroft took first with 287, followed by Lusk (291) and Tongue River (426). Sunflance-Hulett Boys Individual Scores: Logan Fossen (S) - 86, 4th Jarrett Bush (H) - 99, tied for 10th Kyle Shamion (S) - 115 Wyatt Bears (H) - 117 Cody Penning (H) - 121 Keaton Stevens (JV-H) - 145 Sunflance Girls Individual Scores: Kacie O'Connor - 108, tied for 6th Liz Streib - 118 The Hulett boys at the Moorcroft Invitational. Tuesday, August 24, Sundance-Hulett golfers travelled to Sheridan. Sundance-Hulett Individual Scores: Dillan Jordan - 91 Kacie O'Connor - 92 Logan Fossen - 93 Kyle Shamion - 115 Morgan Russell - 127 Cody Penning- 126 Wyatt Bears- 145 Jarrett Bush-- 109