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members was developed to guide efforts during this ! committee which "snapshot" of our I a profile. The three volunteered their time to v and Toni Neiman; Ex///ng School Data-Lynda Collins, Dawn Anderson; Mary Reede, Ti na Wood, John Balow. The task for each committee was to determine and develop collection instruments to collect various types of data. Committee members de- veloped a parent/teacher conferences . Pm~nts, students, staff, community mem- bers, ; have all been surveyed and the results are presented in the form of the final profile school data was taken from a variety of sources Term Nova test results, standard achieve- etc. collected attain those goals, measure each the action plans developed are achieving community who may have questions about the pro- cess, would ~ to express their ideas, or be part of the process are invited to contact one of the committee members. By SrrH KRI TR The the "Dog Pound" busy during the first full Being Monday, December 3, the Lady Dog "C" team opened the home season against Upton defeating the Lady Bobcats 35-28. Anna , Land led Su_ndance scorers with I 1 points while Nikki~ Hoard, Jamie Adams, and Lindsey Schloredt each contributed and and December 4, Tuesday, both the Junior Varsity and Dogs hosted ;amel teams from In the JV game Lady Camel , Robyn Gray led the Sundance scorers with 7 buckets for 14 points. Nicole Sharp pumped in 11 more, and Jamie Adams added 8. The Lady Dogs, however, came up short in the end being de- feated 49-71. Following the JV compe~!~' the varsity Lady Bull- took the floor battling r Camel JV for four quarters and winning two of those four. Unfortunately, the Lady Dogs came out on top with the final soor~ De-vin Eppler Kreuter each put in 15 Megan Waller Reid each contributed 6. Bekah ~lla successfully did Reid and times as the overall team ; 39.5. Dogs is in Wright on December 7 and 8 the Coal Miner's Classic. During the weekend of De- cember 7~ and 8~, the JV and varsity Sundance Lady Bull- dog loss, the w ll-ooac,hed Lady Tigers were able shut down the Sundance middle and beat the As is true of many tourna- ments, the Coal Miner's Clas. at By LINDA JOHNSON .. Sundance High School was the site of the 2001 Sundance Bulldog Invitational wrestling meet held Friday, Nov. 30, and Saturday, Dec. I. Although the Bulldogs made some good moves, they ended up near the bottom of the heap with a team score of 22.0. Bumped from the champiormhip finals in the first 'two Bulldogs made the consolation round. Aberle, weight 125, was de- feated by Troy Berry, Sturgis, with a ~ in 2.45 minutes. Nate Corean, weight 152, fell to Colby Larson, Rapid City Stevens, in 2.47 min- utes. Hulett Red Devils racked up a team scorenf 49.0 points for sev- enth place. Bennie Singleton, weight 160, and Danny Lee, weight 171, defeated both their opponents in the consolation. Chris Bears, weight 130, made it into champi- pinned Moorcroft took eighth place, scor- ing 47.0 points. Justin Heather was defeated in the championship match by Mike Sneezby, Lead, in the 125-pound class. Cody Traylor lost a major decision, 17-5, to Rapid City Stevens Raider Kyle Sirois in the 112-pound class. Team scores. Lead, first place, 183.5 points; Harding County, sec- ond, 182.0; Glenrock, third; 102.0; Wright, fourth, 94.0; Sturgis, fifth, 80.0; Rapid City Stevens, sixth, 74.0; Hulett, seventh, 49.0; Moor- croft, eighth, 47.0; Upton, ninth, 35.0; Kasrcee/Midwest, tenth, 29.0; Belle Fourche, 11th, 24.0; Sun- dance, 12th, 22.0; Gillette, 13th, 0.0. Championship 103: Dustin Becker, RC, maj. dec. Jory Grimm, Lead, 9-8; 112: Jason Schweler, Lead, pinned Shawn Harris, HC, 3:45; 119: Trent Hayduk, Lead., dec. John Latham, HC, 6-0; 125: Mike Sundance Bulldog Nate Corean feels the crunch of the clinch by his opponent while Mike McFarland keeps a close eye on the action. Sneezby, Lead., pinned Justin Heather, Moor., 5:57; 130 Tyler Rief, Lead, pinned Chris Bears, Hul., 3:45; 135: James Douglas, HC, pinned Rory Gunderman, Moor., 2:57; 140: Stan Schlect, Stu., pinned Kean Edwards, Wri., 5:43; 145: Zach Barrett, Lead, dec. Shane Bennett, BF, 9-7; 152: Corey Peterson, Wri., inj. default over Casey Schell, Gle.; 160: Nathan Graves, K/M, maj. dec. Jarred Burleson, Lead, 14-2; 171: Dusty Schell, Gle., pinned Dustin Kokesh, Upt., :45; 189: Kelly Padden, HC, pinned Loran Juelfs, HC, 2:35; 215: Caleb Teigen, HC, pinned Ryan Heenan, Stu., 1:45; 275: Caleb Bickerdyke, HC, pinned Jesse Williams, Upt., 1:23. Consolation 103: Marvin Heesacker, HC, pinned Chris Beck, Glen., 1:51: 112: Kyle Sirois, RC, maj. dec. Cody Traylor, Moor., 17-6; 119: Eric Coxbill, Wri., pinned Tel Koan, HC 2:40; 125: Troy Berry, Stu., pinned Paul Aberle, Sun., 2:45; 130: Forest Sainsbury, HC, maj. 4 -20, 2001 - Junior High Wrestling District Tourney at Wright 1:00 December 15 - Junior High Girls Basketball District Tourney at Moorcroft 9.'~ - High School Boys Basketball Home vs. Big Horn 1:00 & 2:30 December 17 - K - 12 Christmas Program in the Old Gym December 18 - High School Girls Basketball Home vs. NSI 5:30 - High School Boys Basketball Home vs. NSI 4:00 December 19 - "Lunch in the Library" December 20 - High School Wrestling at Kaycee 5:00 - High School Boys Basketball Home vs. Wright 4:00 & 5:30 - BOARD MEETING 4:00 CENTRAL OFFICE - SUNDANCE against the Glenrock Lady Herders. Thank you, Ladies, for the entertainmentl The next Lady Dog action will be on the Dogs' home court on December 15 against Kaycee at noon and 1:00. Final action, prior to the holiday break, will be at home against Arvada- Clearmont on December 20 at 3:30 and 4:15. Go, Dogs, gol score of the final game. Con- gratulations, Lady Dogs! Your achievements have not gone Lady unnoticed. In JV pool play action, Sun- dance Lady Bulldogs finished with one win and two losses. a Both losses were close games against the Natrona County | a "thirty- PhillySophomores an~ the Big winning Horn Lady Rams while the win the came in a double overtime dec. Sonny Isaak, Stu., 1 I-0: 135: Hul., pinned Jay Blaine Burleson, Lead, dec. Tim 3:29; 171: Danny Lee, Pridgeon, Wri., 5-3; 140: Braddec. Gavin Sneethan, Johnson, HC, dec. Andy Bormes,189: Matt Anderson, RC, RC, 7-1; 145: Ryan Hail, RC,-dec. Hiser, Gle., 10-6; 215: J.D. Queen, Wri., 4-3; 152: Colby Gle., pinned Nate Larson, RC, pinned Nate Corean, 1:27; 275: R.C. Brown Sun., 2:47; 160: Bennie Singleton, Adam Cureton, " $2,700 1964 International 504 Tractor 46 Horsepower 3 pt. 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