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Thursday, December 4, 201 Page 13 The Sundance Times Junior High Wrestling On Tuesday, the Sundance Junior High wrestlers traveled to Hulett to dual Hulett, Wright and Upton. Sundance vs. Hulefl Alias Smitherman - 0-1 Hunter Garoutte - 0-1 Peyton Ewing - 0-1 Ben Tinsley - 0-1 Lane Gill - 0-1 Titus ScheUing - 1-0 Sundance vs. Wright Laramie Holst - 1-0 with a pin Justin Tenke - 0-1 Jerrett Schloredt - 0-1 Alias Smitherman - 0-1 Myles Stefanich - 1-0 Titus Schelling - 1-0 Hunter Garoutte - 0-1 Josh Pridgeon - 0-1 Lane Gill - 0-1 Eland Rivers - 0-1 Ben Tinsley going for the pin. Sundance vs. Upton Parker Seeley - 1-0 Justin Tenke - 0-1 Jerrett Schloredt - 1-0 with a pin Lance Weaver - 0-1 Josh Nehl - 0-1 Myles Stefanich - 1-0 with a pin Josiah Rudloff- 0-1 Titus Schelling - 0-1 Eland Rivers - 0-1 Peyton Ewing - 1-0 with a pin Lane Gill - 1-0 with a pin THus Schemng going 2-1 for the evening. Sundance Sports Schedule Hunting season quiet but fruitful BY SARAH PRIDGEON The forests may have been quiet this year thanks to a shorter deer season and fewer available licenses, says Game Warden Chris Teter, but the hunting does appear to have been successful. "It was a quiet season overall, I would say. Deer hunting went pret- ty wen, we have a recovering deer population with good numbers of young bucks and lots of fawns, so the coming couple of years are looking pretty good," he says. "As far as elk hunting goes, I would say in the southern hunt Ar- eas 1 and 117, success was pretty good, espedally in October. The northern hunt area 116, which is the one north of the interstate, it's been a little bit tougher hunting." Lion hunters have meanwhile experienced normal season, says Tater. .,:, :,  -':.,,, -:  The lion hunting I would say has been an average year. We closed area I on November 14 and, as ofyesterday, I think wece harvested 36 altogether," he elaborates. "Out of the three hunt areas, the total harvest limit is 61, so we're dosing in on that.  Sheriff Steve Stahla also experienced a quiet season, with only one incident of a lost hunter. He found his way back out before help ar- rived, however. "The weather was pretty mild up until the end there, so people were generally ok if they were sensibly dressed," he says. Several hunting violations have been noted across the state this year, with Wyoming Game & ieh still working to track down some of those responsible. This area, too, experiences such cases. "Certainly we're not immune. I documented about three cases of deer that were shot and left to die in the area this year," says Teter. If you witness an incident of wasted animals, or any other breach of hunting regulations, please call the Stop Poaching hotline at (877) WGFD-TIP. Youth essay contest announced American Legion Auxil- iary Post 45, Sundance, an- nounces its annual youth Americanism Essay Contest for students in Grades 3-12 in the Sundance area. The essay theme this year is: "What does freedom mean to my family?"  W, ord requireneta ox Jh essay range from 150-500, depending on grade level. Contest information has been distributed to Sun- dance schools. Homeschool- ing families can get contest information from Janet Lake, 283-2215. Cash prizes are awarded for local, state, re- gional and national winners. Entries are due to Lake by Monday, February 23, 2015. On the web! www.sundancetimes.com ::graln clnnamon rol ffO milk varie  Beef and 6d- Spearfish I 642-8603 mnnNn u-i-isM I FORA i ; School & Sports EHTER TO WIH ,ll New Boutique Items, Including: Purses, Hats, Ponchos, Jewelry, Fashion Gloves and Much More! We are more than happy to provide exit 185 at 20059 W Hwy 14. The Sundance Area Chamber of Commerce proudly supports... 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