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e 7 - Thursday, October 14, 2004 Senior Tyrell Gill spears a drive-saving pass as the Bulldogs rolled over the during Friday's Homecoming matchup. ulldogs clip agles' wings 41-21 t~rnecoming week was a festival of activities ranging the crowning of kings and queens, to floats, pa- and a couple of great sporting events. This year's football game was especially, poignant as 2A Bulldogs capped the contest in dramatic 0nder blue skies and 70 degree temps, the sent the 3A Tongue River Eagles home with a loss (41-211 and a long walk to their bus from the field that was overrun with rowdy fans. ~aats depicted the anticipated demise of the TR Eagles, rivaling the Rose Bowl Parade floats for their spirit and enthusiasm (as well as how hard stu- had labored to finish), were parked on the track the football field. A large crowd of townsfolk students were gathered to cheer on their home- boys to victory. River kicked off to Sundance, but the boys slow and relinquished control of the ball after plays. The Eagles initially looked sharp as g marched the ball up field, notching first downs at Within minutes a TR touchdown materialized and the P.A.T. splitting the uprights, Sundance was than lie down, the Bulldogs got serious and the ball to midfield. Steven Gray made the first a 52 yard run up the middle, defenders and putting the Dogs on the board. point and the game was on, 7, Eagles 7. undaunted by the Dogs' audacity and possession of the ball for the next six min- finishing their drive earb, in the second quarter extra point kick the lead changed hands: Eagles 14, Dogs ~ndance was running on high octane and determi- was their motivator when Tyrell Gill started the with a solid fifteen yard return on the kickoff. Neiman hammered out four consecutive runs qhe tune of 38 yards, along with Nick McDonald who key first down ten yard reception from quarter- Aberle. This set up Steven Gray for his sec- with another 21 yard trundle the middle. Ray Moore threaded the goalposts for point and the game was tied with both teams 14 points on the scoreboard. control of the Eagles and con- them to their own territory, forcing a TR punt. wasnl about to let the opportunity go unful- and switched to their air game to confuse the TbTell Gill caught a 17 yard pass from Aberle up another pass; this one a forty yard bomb-- to Gill who outran the defense for a Sundance Sundance's P.A.T. lock was blocked, but a Bulldog team took the lead 20-14. River seemed confused by the tenaciD' of the and floundered, completely ineffective against defense. With only 31 seconds left to half- the Dogs took the Eagles punt and drove for the Zone. Nick McDonald showed he had a good pair of and the brute strength to wrestle a 37 yard pass his defender. McDonald sprinted in for another six points and a Sundance touchdown. Darrell added two points on the after touchdown at- buzzer sounded with Sundance a cornn'mnding first half lead; 28-14. quarter action slowed, but the Dogs were first the end zone. Darrell Neiman got the nod and up the middle on a 15 yard run for glory and touchdown. Ray Moore hit his third of the day and the Dogs pushed forward I a score of Dogs 35, Eagles 14. fourth quarter caught Sundance on their heels [Tongue River snatched six points and an extra point to narrow the lead to Bulldogs 35, Eagles 2 I. Not to 0tatdone, Sundance marched deep into Eagle terTi- ' With a 50 yard pass completion from Senior quar- Mike Aberle to Freshnmn Cod)' (Throw me the I can catch it) Emrick. Darrell Neiman worked the closer to the end zone, setting up Aberle, who the last touchdown of the day from two yards The final minutes were non eventful and Dogs, and fans celebrated. offensive effort had a banner day with Junior Neiman notching 159 yards rushing and one Steven Gray logged in 72 yards and two Nick McDonald rushed for 34 yards and touchdown. Tyrell Gill ran for and had 57 yards in the air and one touch- down. Mike Aberle had one touchdown and 159 yards in pass completions. Cody Emrick caught 58 yards worth of QB Aberle passes. Defensively, Tyrell Gill led with 9 tackles, followed by two Dogs, Darrell Neiman and Nick McDonald with 8 tackles each. Steven Gray had 5, Will Ellsbury had 4, Mike Aberle added 4, Clint Foster notched 4 with one fumble recovery, while Ray Moore, Jimmy Follum, and Wade Crawford each added 3 tackles. Cam Hooper nabbed 2 and Sheldon Thompson and Jonis Aritola each had one tackle. One win stands between the Sundance Bulldogs and a playoff berth. All the fans are invited to come support the Dogs in their yearly battle against the Moorcroft Wolves this Friday at 3:130 p.m. in Moorcroff. GO DAWGS! "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Hulett students receive scholarship to attend Frontier School of the Bible James Greenacre Jennifer Greenacre Jonathan Greenacre Sixth grade collections on display at school library The following are the October collections for sixth grade on display in the Sundance Elementary Library. to ~dd more recipe books to my collection I wbuld add any famous ones. I wish I had a special place for my recipe books but I don't. Okay, maybe my stomach but don't tell anyone! So I guess that gives me a total of three items, but several pages of recipes. Beanie Babies and stuffed animals by Holly Williamson I, Holly Williamson, collect Beanie Ba- bies and stuffed animals. I have collected them for about six or seven years. I have about 12 or 13 Beanie Babies and stuffed animals. I didn't get them from the same place. And I still like to collect them, when I see them. My favorite piece in my collec- tion is my Koala bear. She was my first one and her name is Mel. I got my favorite piece from the home show about six or seven years ago. Some day I want each and every one. When I was at the home show there were stands of Beanie Babies and I just had to get one because I just kept see- ing them. So finally I got one and her name was Mel. I like Mel so much because she was my first one. But I don't have any place I display my collection. Legos by Billy Sbtpp My name is Billy Shipp and I collect I.egos. I began collection g when I was three years old. What influenced me was a shelf with Legos on it in a second hand store. My favorite piece is a space ship I built. It has laser guns in the front and rocket blast- ers in the back. I got my favorite piece in my tub of Legos. The reason why it is so special is because I worked so hard on it. I have had it for more than four weeks. The amount of things I have built is five ob- jects. I think it is worth at least fifty dol- lars or less. My special place is at home in a drawer. There is not a special item I want to add. Recipes by Erica VanVeldhuizen My name is Erica VanVeldhuizen. I'm in sixth grade. Recipes are what I've been collecting for a year. My mother influenced me, so did I by saying I like to cook. Prob- ably the recipe book I like the best is the Gifts In A Jar Muffins and Breads. I got the gift from our Destination Imagination din- ner night, when I had the right numbers on my ticket. These recipe books are spe- cial to me by knowing I can have them in the future and still know how to cook dif- ferent things. I've had my recipe books for at least one or two years. My recipes could be worth $20 to $30. But if I had a choice S. Garman is pleased to announce that she has sold her law office to Stevens, Edwards, H llo k & of Gillette, ~,~yornmg. Welcome to Sundance and Crook County. / / // / I / / / /! Three siblings from Hulett were awarded scholarships from the Crook County Academic Grant Program. Jennifer, James and Jonathan Greenacre each received a $500 scholarship to attend Frontier School of the Bible in LaGrange, Wyoming. Funds for these scholarships are available through Crook County Council of County Services Endowment Fund managed by the Wyo- ming Community Foundation {WYCF). This endowment fund came about when a longtime Sundance resident and retired minister's wife, Bea Vandenberge, left a memorial to the Crook County Coun- cil of County Services designated to assist lower income people further their education. The members of the Crook County Coun- cil of County Services decided the best way to preserve this me- morial was to establish an endowment fund. The fund was estab- lished for all Crook County residents seeking to further their edu- cation through securing a GEl) or attending classes at a post- secondary, not-for-profit edu(a~ion institution (university/com- munity college, lradc/terh~ii(~! ~