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l'hc Sundauc' lin.' Page 11- , October l 7, 2002 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" Shown left to right, Whitney Lenz, Stacey Schelldorf, Lacey Jones and Robyn Gray wait a serve during the Game against Tongue River on Saturday. dy Bulldogs win, lose, win Volleyball is drawing toward with 9 out of l2 and Victoria Cross results of these matches. A large, Regional Tournament (to be Sundance for the first time six years) and the Lady Bull- are gearing up for a state Games are heavily stacked in final two weeks and Sundance games this past week and non- teams. :t's Red Devils came to on Tuesday and despite their best efforts dropped the to the Lady Bulldogs in two aanes with final scores of 15-7 d 15-6. Sundance came out Rrong, denying the Lady Devils lay mental or physical advantage. 1 the first game, Hulett's squad id not score a point in their first :tying rotation, trailing Sun- 0-8. After a Red Devil time the Lady Bulldogs extended lead to 13-3. Hulett called time out to regroup and Sundance's concentration. Lady Bulldogs couldn't be final score was 15- Game two was a repeat of the and Sundance finished the with another win, 15 to 6. traveled to Big and Tongue River for two on Saturday. Sundance the opportunity to hand Big a homecoming loss, but the Rams controlled the momen- and even though Sundance in both games, Big Horn won with final scores of 15- and 15-12. #, long day of volleyball finished River. Bolstered by their in Big Horn, the Lady Bull- s refused to be sold down river let the dogs out against the Leading Sundance in kills Sam Whalen with 9 out of 10 followed by Robyn Gray with 7 out of 8 attempts. Whitney Lenz had 3 for 3 in kills and set the ball 31 times in two games. Lindsey Schloredt emerged as the Lady Bulldog digging machine, passing up the ball repeatedly from Big Horn and Tongue River kills. The Lady Eagles served only twice in game two, dropping the match with scores of 9-15 and 0- 15. "We're disappointed with our play against Big Horn," com- mented coach Greta Crawford, %Vhen we're on our game, we can play with anyone. When we're not...that's what we need to fro." Assistant coach Julie Cross's JV teams saw the same grueling game schedules as did the var- sity during the week, playing Hu- lett, Big Horn and Tongue River. The JV Lady Red Devils handed the JV Lady Bulldogs a loss in two games with final scores of 15-10 and 15-5. Battle at Big Horn was intense with Sundance forcing three games, but bowing to the Lady Rams with scores of 16-14, 11-15 and 4-15. Finishing out the day with a win, Sundance's JV I took Tongue River in three games, 12-15, 15-7, and 15-4. JV II ac- tion was completed in three games against each competitor, beginning with Sundance losing in three games to Hulett, final scorcs of 7-15, 16-14 and 1-15. In Big Horn, Sundance's JV II lost a heartbreaker with final scores of 15-13, 5-15 and 15-13. Sundancc's Lady Bulldogs con- tinue into the final week of regu- lar season play hosting Wright at home on Tuesday, Moorcroft at home on Friday and Big Horn at home on Saturday. Regional standings will be decided from the hometown crowd would surely be appreciated, so come to the gym and cheer our Sundance girls to victoryl W6 # tta a,.qood r,d o Halloween Decorations & Costumes Dillon Hardware $..daeo Wym..$ HERIE E When you vote for Cherie Zube, you get a County Commissioner who is: * Straight !:orward The. Straight Responsible Committedto Forward C00ookCo.n00 Choice PAID FOR BY CHERIE ZUBIE Bullpups keep rolling, rolling rolling A perfect season looms on the horizon for the Bullpup football team, as they roiled over Wright's Panthers in Sundance last Thurs- day with a final score of 26 to 6. The young Bulldog squad contin- ued to show their conference dominance extending their record to six wins and zero losses. Wright received the opening kickoff at their own 21 yard line and on the second play of the game, inadvertently handed the ball to Ray Moore, who ran 18 yards for a Sundance touchdown. Clint Foster ran in the extra point and with only 32 seconds played in the game, Sundance led 7 to zero. In the next series, Wright had to punt after failing to get a first down in three tries. The Bullpup offense slowly worked up field with Cam Hooper, Colton Lenz and Ray Moore running the ball. Clint Foster passed successfully to Moore to put Sundance on the 17 yard line. One play later, Moore shucked off Wright's tack- lers and trundled into the end zone on a reverse play. Two at- tempts at the extra point came up empty and the score stood at Bulldogs 13, Panthers zero. The pressure became readily apparent when Wright's coach re- ceived a 15 yard penalty for un- sportsmanlike conduct in the next series. This tactical error caused another punt situation and Sundance took possession at Wright's 37 yard line. Sundance's offensive line led by Zach Schommer, Earl Beslanowich, lan Policky, JD LeFlore, Ben Morris, Tony Dodd, Cody Emrick and Erik Klein poked holes in Wright's de- fense, providing running room for Cameron Hooper who knocked out 18 yards behind his blockers Colton Lenz and Ray Moore. This set up another reversal play with Moore once again finding the end zone. Quarterback Clint Foster passed to Ben Morris for the ex- tra point and Sundance extended their lead, 20 to zero. Problems in handling the ball continued to plague Wright when Lenz recovered a fumble on the Panther's first play. The Bulldogs worked the ball up field, gaining yardage and then losing it with numerous holding penalties. Wright regained possession of the ball and tried to pass three times in a row, but Dugan Hughes kept them from getting the job done. Half time sounded without any changes in the score. In the second half, Sundance again kicked off, but quickly took possession when Ben Morris re- covered a Wright fumble on their first offensive play. This put the Bulldogs in prime position and Colton Lenz notched out 26 yards on three runs to the Wright ten yard line. Clint Foster hit Ray Moore with a bullet pass to give Sundance another touchdown. Ben Morris fell short on his run for the extra point. The Bulldogs led the Panthers, 26 to zero. Third quarter action slowed as both teams took turns control- ling the ball, but failed to find the end zone. Rushing yardage re- sults for the day were: Ray Moore, 68; Cameron Hooper, 42; Clint Foster, 35; Colton Lenz, 34 and Russell Hadden, 22. Passing yardage saw quarterback Clint Foster notching 46 yards with Moore receiving 30 and Cody Emrick receiving 16. Late in the fourth quarter, Wright hit paydirt after hammer- ing their way to the end zone against Sundance, s seventh grade team. Although the young squad fought to hold their posi- tion, the Panthers found the scoreboard and the final score was Sundance 26, Wright 6. 2001 Ford Windstar LX 4 Door, Rear Air-Conditioning, Cruise, Tilt, Power Windows & Locks, AM/FM Cassette, Power Seat & 27,000 Miles. Safest Van on the Road!! NOW Only or =264.62/month with 0 Down!* *With Approved Credit. Payment figured at 72 months and 6:9%. #1017 FIVE STAR OOOO@ Certified Dealed l'hc Sundauc' lin.' Page 11- , October l 7, 2002 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" Shown left to right, Whitney Lenz, Stacey Schelldorf, Lacey Jones and Robyn Gray wait a serve during the Game against Tongue River on Saturday. dy Bulldogs win, lose, win Volleyball is drawing toward with 9 out of l2 and Victoria Cross results of these matches. A large, Regional Tournament (to be Sundance for the first time six years) and the Lady Bull- are gearing up for a state Games are heavily stacked in final two weeks and Sundance games this past week and non- teams. :t's Red Devils came to on Tuesday and despite their best efforts dropped the to the Lady Bulldogs in two aanes with final scores of 15-7 d 15-6. Sundance came out Rrong, denying the Lady Devils lay mental or physical advantage. 1 the first game, Hulett's squad id not score a point in their first :tying rotation, trailing Sun- 0-8. After a Red Devil time the Lady Bulldogs extended lead to 13-3. Hulett called time out to regroup and Sundance's concentration. Lady Bulldogs couldn't be final score was 15- Game two was a repeat of the and Sundance finished the with another win, 15 to 6. traveled to Big and Tongue River for two on Saturday. Sundance the opportunity to hand Big a homecoming loss, but the Rams controlled the momen- and even though Sundance in both games, Big Horn won with final scores of 15- and 15-12. #, long day of volleyball finished River. Bolstered by their in Big Horn, the Lady Bull- s refused to be sold down river let the dogs out against the Leading Sundance in kills Sam Whalen with 9 out of 10 followed by Robyn Gray with 7 out of 8 attempts. Whitney Lenz had 3 for 3 in kills and set the ball 31 times in two games. Lindsey Schloredt emerged as the Lady Bulldog digging machine, passing up the ball repeatedly from Big Horn and Tongue River kills. The Lady Eagles served only twice in game two, dropping the match with scores of 9-15 and 0- 15. "We're disappointed with our play against Big Horn," com- mented coach Greta Crawford, %Vhen we're on our game, we can play with anyone. When we're not...that's what we need to fro." Assistant coach Julie Cross's JV teams saw the same grueling game schedules as did the var- sity during the week, playing Hu- lett, Big Horn and Tongue River. The JV Lady Red Devils handed the JV Lady Bulldogs a loss in two games with final scores of 15-10 and 15-5. Battle at Big Horn was intense with Sundance forcing three games, but bowing to the Lady Rams with scores of 16-14, 11-15 and 4-15. Finishing out the day with a win, Sundance's JV I took Tongue River in three games, 12-15, 15-7, and 15-4. JV II ac- tion was completed in three games against each competitor, beginning with Sundance losing in three games to Hulett, final scorcs of 7-15, 16-14 and 1-15. In Big Horn, Sundance's JV II lost a heartbreaker with final scores of 15-13, 5-15 and 15-13. Sundancc's Lady Bulldogs con- tinue into the final week of regu- lar season play hosting Wright at home on Tuesday, Moorcroft at home on Friday and Big Horn at home on Saturday. Regional standings will be decided from the hometown crowd would surely be appreciated, so come to the gym and cheer our Sundance girls to victoryl W6 # tta a,.qood r,d o Halloween Decorations & Costumes Dillon Hardware $..daeo Wym..$ HERIE E When you vote for Cherie Zube, you get a County Commissioner who is: * Straight !:orward The. Straight Responsible Committedto Forward C00ookCo.n00 Choice PAID FOR BY CHERIE ZUBIE Bullpups keep rolling, rolling rolling A perfect season looms on the horizon for the Bullpup football team, as they roiled over Wright's Panthers in Sundance last Thurs- day with a final score of 26 to 6. The young Bulldog squad contin- ued to show their conference dominance extending their record to six wins and zero losses. Wright received the opening kickoff at their own 21 yard line and on the second play of the game, inadvertently handed the ball to Ray Moore, who ran 18 yards for a Sundance touchdown. Clint Foster ran in the extra point and with only 32 seconds played in the game, Sundance led 7 to zero. In the next series, Wright had to punt after failing to get a first down in three tries. The Bullpup offense slowly worked up field with Cam Hooper, Colton Lenz and Ray Moore running the ball. Clint Foster passed successfully to Moore to put Sundance on the 17 yard line. One play later, Moore shucked off Wright's tack- lers and trundled into the end zone on a reverse play. Two at- tempts at the extra point came up empty and the score stood at Bulldogs 13, Panthers zero. The pressure became readily apparent when Wright's coach re- ceived a 15 yard penalty for un- sportsmanlike conduct in the next series. This tactical error caused another punt situation and Sundance took possession at Wright's 37 yard line. Sundance's offensive line led by Zach Schommer, Earl Beslanowich, lan Policky, JD LeFlore, Ben Morris, Tony Dodd, Cody Emrick and Erik Klein poked holes in Wright's de- fense, providing running room for Cameron Hooper who knocked out 18 yards behind his blockers Colton Lenz and Ray Moore. This set up another reversal play with Moore once again finding the end zone. Quarterback Clint Foster passed to Ben Morris for the ex- tra point and Sundance extended their lead, 20 to zero. Problems in handling the ball continued to plague Wright when Lenz recovered a fumble on the Panther's first play. The Bulldogs worked the ball up field, gaining yardage and then losing it with numerous holding penalties. Wright regained possession of the ball and tried to pass three times in a row, but Dugan Hughes kept them from getting the job done. Half time sounded without any changes in the score. In the second half, Sundance again kicked off, but quickly took possession when Ben Morris re- covered a Wright fumble on their first offensive play. This put the Bulldogs in prime position and Colton Lenz notched out 26 yards on three runs to the Wright ten yard line. Clint Foster hit Ray Moore with a bullet pass to give Sundance another touchdown. Ben Morris fell short on his run for the extra point. The Bulldogs led the Panthers, 26 to zero. Third quarter action slowed as both teams took turns control- ling the ball, but failed to find the end zone. Rushing yardage re- sults for the day were: Ray Moore, 68; Cameron Hooper, 42; Clint Foster, 35; Colton Lenz, 34 and Russell Hadden, 22. Passing yardage saw quarterback Clint Foster notching 46 yards with Moore receiving 30 and Cody Emrick receiving 16. Late in the fourth quarter, Wright hit paydirt after hammer- ing their way to the end zone against Sundance, s seventh grade team. Although the young squad fought to hold their posi- tion, the Panthers found the scoreboard and the final score was Sundance 26, Wright 6. 2001 Ford Windstar LX 4 Door, Rear Air-Conditioning, Cruise, Tilt, Power Windows & Locks, AM/FM Cassette, Power Seat & 27,000 Miles. Safest Van on the Road!! NOW Only or =264.62/month with 0 Down!* *With Approved Credit. Payment figured at 72 months and 6:9%. #1017 FIVE STAR OOOO@ Certified Dealed