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The Adams County Record Wednesday, February 8, 2012 Page 7 O~ by Daniel Cameron The Council Lumberjacks boys' basketball team faced off against the Cascade Ramblers last Friday. The boys ended up on the losing side of the contest with a score of 69-41. The Lumberjacks started out fighting, and the game remained tied most of the first quarter. At the end of the first quarter, the score was 16-11, with Cascade on top. The Ramblers picked up the pace to push ahead to the lead at the half, but the Lumberjacks went into the locker room with confidence, as the score was still close at 34-20. In the third quarter, Cascade picked up 17 points and Council picked up 12. The Ramblers kept their lead throughout the game with a final score of 69-41. This leaves the Lumberjacks at a league record of 4-3 and an overall record of 6-10. The leading scorer for Council was Jeb Balderson with 14 points. High scorer for Cascade was Jacob Schimpf, with 16 points. The Lumberjacks will face the Tri-Valley Titans on Wednesday for second place in the district. JV teams will play at 6:00 and the varsity ~ play at 7:30. by Marie DeKnikker Residents from Weiser, Midvale and Cedarville were invited as panelists to quiz the Cambridge High School seniors-- students of Jim Moran's history class. There were two groups of panelists who quizzed six groups of students. Questions were prepared by Mr. Moran, but after those were answered the panelist asked questions that took some thinking on the students' part. The panelists were very impressed with the students' responses. They were also appreciative of Mr. Moran's program, We The People," which teaches the Constitution. Casey DeHaas is as friendly, .competitive, this week's student of respectful, positive, the week. He is a very good at detail, and strongly academic most of all a good freshman at Council communicator. He is the High School. He also son of Pat and Melissa plays footballand has DeHaas of Council. competed on the school Congratulations, Casey academic team. He is on being selected. The described by the staff honor is well deserved. Council Elementary School's first grade student Matthew Wiskirken and sixth grade student Kayla Earl both received January's A+ Awards. A+ awards are given to two students each month whose names have been drawn from a pool of students who have received 100% on a test during the month. Congratulations Matthew and Kaylal The following Council Elementary School students received awards for the month of January for outstanding academics behavior, and improvement. Bottom Left: Daxx Gordon, Citizenship Award; Kalub Lloyd, Academic Achievement; Amy Williams, Citizenship Award; Emilee Page, Certificate of Improvement; Alexis Mace, Certificate of Improvement; Spencer Grandy, Certificate of Improvement. Middle left: Jordan Paradis Citizenship Award" Austin Grandv, Academic Achievement Riley Stuart, C~tizensh~p Award; Dottie Korte, Academic A~c~evement; Mauvey Aberasturi, Academic A~hievement; Chance Hackett, Certificate of Improvement. Top left: Shyann Getusky, Academic Achievement:; Morgan Shumway, Citizenship Award; Courtney Stanford, Certificate of Improvement; Maisie Roundtree, Certificate of Improvement; Lance Nichols, Academic Achievement. (Not pictured: Helan Hill, Academic Achievement and Gage Merritt, Citizenship Award) Good work and congratulations everyone! Council Elementary School's first grade student Kyler Zumhofe and fourth grade student Tommy Pulliam both received December's A+ Awards. A+ awards are given to two students each month whose names have been drawn from a pool of stu- dents who have received 100% on a test during the month. Congratulations Kyler and Tommy! These Council Elementary School students received awards for the month of December for outstanding academics, behavior, and improvement. Bottom Left: Sydney Nichols, Citizenship Award; Kylee Dougherty, Academic Achievement; Saylir Chandler, Citizenship Award; Taylor Noble, Citizenship Award; Alden Adkisson, Certificate of Improvement; Faith Brock, Certificate of Improvement; Mataya Shumway, Academic Achievement. Middle left: Wesley Waadoups, Certificate of Improvement; Tommas Scheline, Certificate of Improvement; Jocelyn Mace, Academic Achievement; Emma Stuart, Citizenship Award; Sidon Green, Academic Achievement; Prescilla Funk, Citizenship Award; Teagan Hill, Certificate of Improvement. Top left: Shayla Winton, Certificate of Improvement; Sarah Cook, Academic Achievement; Cassie Shelton, Certificate of Improvement; Dani Paradis, Citizenship Award; Bella Ludwig, Citizenship Award; Chelsie Testa, Academic Achievement; Sawyer Green, Academic Achievement. Good work and congratulations everyone! Pans and Service Open On Saturday We , ervice all makes and models Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician Big City Selection All At One Location Phone (208) 549-3310 - Toll Free (800) 658-5080 602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672 www.hometownmotors.com Cambridge High School Principal Notes Congratulations to our varsity girls' basketball team for their recent berth to the state tour- nament! The Lady Titans defeated Meadows Valley on Saturday night to qualify for the tourna- ment. The Titans will be playing the num- ber two team out of District IV in the 1:15 game on Thursday, February 16 at Nampa High School. The tour- nament bracket can be found at http://www.ldh- saa.org/sports/basketball/ brackets/I 1 12/I ad2girls. htm Congratulations also go out to the January students of the month! Wes Hopkins and Elizabeth Damon were selected based upon the character trait of respon- sibility. The character trait for February is citi- zenship. Cambridge School District recently learned that it has been accept- ed to participate in the Idaho Leads Project. The goal of the Idaho Leads "CAUGHT BEING GOOD" awards are given monthly to students who demonstrate outstand- ing behavior and character. First grade student Sawyr Hansen was recognized for the month of December." by Angle Lakey- Campbell Project is twofold: first, to support and enhance the advancement of edu- cational improvement and reform in Idaho, and second, to share in an easily accessible man- ner, best practices to all interested districts, schools and charters. Cambridge was one of fifty districts accepted from one hundred fifty applications. The boys' basket- ball team will complete its regular season this week. The district tour- nament is scheduled to begin on February 16. At this time, Tri-Valley is setting in second place and will not play until February 18 at 6:00 in McCall-Donnelly's gym. This week's games could impact seeding for the tournament. Valentine's Day is just around the comer; please remember our flo- ral shop when consider- ing gifts for your loved ones!