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Page 15 The Sundance Times Thursday, Se]3tember 24, 201.. Tongue River at Lusk Tournament Sundance The Lady Bulldogs fell short The Lady Bulldogs notched in the first match to South- a conference win against east after a slow start in set Tongue River on Friday night, one. They then made a clean Starting the match very sweep of the day defeating strong in set one, they re- Lusk, Lingle and Guernsey. sponded well to pressure in Highlights for the tournament sets two and three and sealed were the excellent serving of the match in set four behind Stoddard, Gill and Seeley and the excellent serving of Jaslyn outside hitter Mclnerney and Seeley and the standout per- setter O'Connor connecting formance of McInerney and for 14 kills to seal the victory Martin at the net. Stoddard, against Lingle, a 1A division Mclnemey and Gill combined leader. for 654 digs for the match, Sundance - 14, Southeast taking Tongue River out of -25 their offense. The JV I team Sundance - 25, Southeast lost against Tongue River (25- - 24 20, 17-25, 12-25) and the JV Sundance - 13, Southeast It team won over TR (25-14, - 15 25-20). Sundance - 25, Lusk - 11 Sundance - 15, Tongue Riv- Sundance - 25, Lusk - 11 er -- 14 Sundance - 23, Lingle - 25 Sundance - 15, Tongue Riv- Sundance - 25, Lingle - 15 er- 23 Sundance- 15, Lingle- 10 Sundance - 24, Tongue Riv- Sundance - 25, Guemsey - er - 26 16 Sundance - 25, Tongue Riv- Sundance - 25, Guernsey - er- 13 8 Stats: Stats: Stoddard- 12/13 serves, 4 Mclnerney - 19/20 serves aces, 23 digs (95%), 41 kills, 66 digs Seeley - 17/17 serves, 1 Seeley- 33/36 serves (92%), ace, 13 assists 4 aces, 34 set assists Mclnerney - 8 kills, 22 digs Stoddard - 30/31 serves Martin - 8 kills, 4 blocks (97%), 7 aces, 59 digs O'Connor- 11 assists Gill - 25/27 serves (93%), 5 Gill - 20 digs aces, 15 kills, 72 digs Griggs - 3 blocks O'Connor - 50 set assists Griggs - 5 blocks Photos courtesy Cindy Stoddard Griggs gets the block against Tongue River. Spruce :~s! tv~r- i ii iii ii!ii iiii!iiiii iiii!iiiiiiiiii~!iiiii 4:30 p.m: ai Photo courtesy Tina Inghram Hunter carries the ball on offense for the Upton-Sundance Patriots during last week's game vs. the Tongue River Eagles. The Patriots upset the Eagles 35-6 to maintain an undefeated season. The boys will take on Moorcroft this Friday at Upton. /'A~ ~ Sept. 28, 4/6 p,m. vS Wdght at H o me Th rs Octi 1,416 plm VSl astle at Home Breakfast Sept. 24- Breakfast on a stick, applesauce Sept. 25-Oatmeal muffin, Several members Sundance Junior High and John Philip Souza'a "Stars High School Band partici- and StripesForever"inwhich pated in the University of former Sundance Band mem- Wyoming Band Day this past ber Rebecca Dulaney was Saturday. They joined the featured along with the oth- UW Western Thunder March- er piccolo players as they all ing Band along with junior performed the infamous pic- high and high school student colo solo. Rebecca is afresh- musicians from Colorado, man at UW and is majoring Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming to perform a half time show which honored those who are currently or have served in the military. The UW Marching Band be- gan the half time show with of the an awesome performance of in Music Education. wheat cinnamon toast, fruit When the junior high and high school musicians en- tered the field there were Sept. 30- Bacon scramble over 1300 musicians playing p za, mangoes "You're a Grand Old Flag" and Oct. t - Cinnamon French finished with "Cowboy Joe". toast, strawberries, string All Sundance band members did an excellent j6b both' ' and off the field! Seot. 25 - Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, Goldfish crackers, carrots and cucumbers, sliced pears Sept. 28- Hot beef sandwich, corn on the cob. apple- sauce, whole wheat sugar cookie SHS Band members participating in the UW Band Day. coli, melon mix, whole wheat roll Oct. 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