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IllllI!!__ !|:111 The Adams County Record Thursday, April 9, 2009 L 00dttjacks shake off opening 'k ss to tally two victories rookie, junior Hilarie Murphy, also had a good day, getting a single and a fielder's choice in her second career start. Freshman Lauren DeHaas, in her first- ever plate appearance, hit the ball and then gave the crowd a few anxious moments when she tripped coming out of the batter's box and fell face-fn-st, unmoving, on the ground. Assistant coach Cathy Lakey said, "I thought she might be hurt because she waSn't mov- ing, but then I heard her laughing." Lauren got up, embar- rassed but unhurt, and made her way to the dugout. In the confu- sion, the pitcher, instead of tagging Lauren while she lay on the ground, threw the ball to first base for the out, allow- ing Ashly Maynard to score from third and giv- ing Lauren her first RBI. The coaching staff com- mended Lauren for her great attitude about the experience. The girls were excited to get their first season win, especially against a bigger school. Coaches Pat Trainor, Jed and Cathy Lakey, and Tricia Bryson, thought the team played much bet- ter and are starting to come together. Council 17 Notus 9 The team's first league game took place on March 31 in Notus, despite questionable weather. The girls braved hail and gale force winds to go seven innings against the Pirates and get the 17-9 win. Senior pitcher Jennifer Starley had a rough first inning, walking six batters and hitting one, while allowing five runs. The second inning saw the Lumberjacks showing great paUence against the erraUc pitch- ing of Notus, bringing in five runs of their own. Starley called on years of experience and rallied to pitch a good game, striking out a total of 15 batters, while only walking 5 in the remain- ing 6 innings, and allow- ing just 4 more runs by Notus. Coach Pat Trainor remarked, "Jennifer was really bad the first inning, o but she was able to gather her com- posure and find her rhythm. We are lucky to have a pitcher who can pitch like she does." Council's bats woke up as the game pro- gressed. Junior Amber Ellis reached first on a fielder's choice, stole second and then was able to score when the Notus catcher overthrew the base and the ball rolled into center field. Hflary McDaniel hit her first career home run on a blast to center field and drove in three runs, bringing her a game- high RBI total of five. The Lumberjacks drew a total of 21 walks, so it was difficult to get a pitch good enough to hit. Coach Trainor said, "It was ugly, but we won. Sophomore Katie Ludwig, in her first year as catcher, is show- ing great promise and the coaches feel she is improving every inning she plays." By Cathy Lakey New Plymouth 14 Qouncil I IThe Lumberjack soft- ball team started the season with a double- header in New Plymouth n March 21. The first game matched the Immberjacks against 2A team New Plymouth. First game jitters and lack of practice on a real field hampered the gifts' effort, and their batting was no match for the New Plymouth pitcher. The only run of the game for Council came when junior Amber Ellis stole Second and third after a base hit and was batted in by senior Mary Lakey, who had the only RBI df the game. The final score was New Plymouth 14, Council 1, in the 5th liming. Council 6 Glenns Ferry 4 -Next the Council team faced Glenns Ferry, another 2A team. Junior pitcher Hilary McDaniel got her first start of the year and pitched two solid innings before handing the game 6Ver to senior Jennifer Starley, who recorded her first win of the sea- Son. McDaniel walked four batters, struck out fwo, and allowed two runs. Starley was able fo record four K's and 'nly walked one batter fn the 6-4 victory. The Lumberjacks put up a total of 11 hits, includ- ing doubles by McDaniel and Amber Ellis, and a triple by Mary Lakey. Exchange student Nataly Pineros, who has never played before, went three for four on the day, driv- irlg in two runs. Another F'lau ball! Baseball 00e&on here By "Jack Lumberman" Pine F_e 6 Council 5 ' Saturday morning the 2009 edition of the Eumberjacks baseball eam headed to Halfway, Oregon to play Pine Iagle High School. , Kaine Kamerdula, pitching for the first time i five years, threw five strong innings. He struck out six while walking five batters. The young and inex- perienced Lumberjacks had first game jitters, committing four errors, cn route to a close 6 to 5 loss. Keith Hell came in m pitch the final two innings; he struck out three and gave up a walk, which turned out t be the winning run on a squeeze bunt in the lottom of the 7th. ]] The Jacks collected even hits, Leading the mt i* Meza Inning off with a double and tn his next at bat lined a triple into right. Adam Balderson had a double, Felipe Meza and RJ Holmes had a single in the inning. Other Jacks with hits in the game were Tim Mentor with two hits, Holmes had two, Hayden Ziellnski one and Bo Green con- tributed a double in the first inning. Hell ended up with four hits in the game, he also pitched the final five innings. The coaching staff has been trying to put together a solid lineup. The squad consists of a mixture of experienced and new ballplayers, some that have never played the game before. Council's exchange stu- dents, Henrick Mueller and Andreas Wastian, new to the game, have contributed in their lim- ited playing time. * The home openers for the Lumberjacks will be on Monday April 13, when Garden Valley comes to town. A double- header with Horseshoe Bend is scheduled for Tuesday the 14th, The contests will begin at  4:30 The Ladyjacks home opener will be Tuesday, April 14 against Horseshoe Bend, Come on out and sup- port the teams, these young squads need some friendly fans to cheer them on. wa Felipe way with three, including two extra base hits, a double and a triple. Josh Cook also con- tributed a double in the game. Greenleaf 16 Council 12 Monday the Lumberjacks traveled to Wilder to play Greenleaf Academy. The outcome was another loss for Council, by a score of 16 to 12. Once again Kamerdula pitched well, only to be let down by the young defense. Numerous errors and an inability to make routine plays put the Jacks in a catch up situation. In the third inning the Lumberjack bats came alive, they scored eight runs on four hits. Keith Heil had two hits; he led off the third H00ppy 75th Birthday..00 John Fields *:. I I VRS AUTO GLASS VALLEY REPAIRS & SERVICES Windshield Repairs.& Replacements "We will come to you" Most Comprehensive Insurance pays 100% of Chip Repair Brian & Cyndi Dunham Bauer .Indian Valley, Idaho (208) 256-4315 New cattle boss takes the reigns The new executive vice cies act, clean water, president of the Idaho private property rights, Cattle Association (ICA) public lands and natu- is Tom McDonnell. Tom ral resource issues; often became ICA's chief oper- being involved with Idaho ating officer on April leaders on these issues. 1, 2009, moving to "I've always enjoyed Boise from Chugwater, being in Idaho," Tom said, Wyoming where he owned "I have many friends and a purebred cow-calf oper- fellow association work- ation and also served ers in the Treasure Valley as a consultant to the area. It will be nice to get American Sheep Industry settled down in a new Association, USDA and home and get to work. several universities. Kent Growing our membership Mann, president of the and getting to know our Idaho Cattle Association, members and leaders will reported that Tom was be my early priorities." selected through a selec- The Idaho Cattle tion and interview pro- Association serves over cess that was completed a thousand members, at the January 9th meet- state-wide. It is a mem- ing of the ICA board of ber-driven organization directors. Tom replaces with a very active group Darl Gleed, who has been serving as the interim executive vice president since September, 2008. Tom comes to the Idaho cattle industry with exten- sive experience in live- stock association work. He served as the Director of Market Information and Director of Natural Resources and Policies for the American Sheep Industry Association for eighteen years. He also has been deeply involved in the endangered spe- Page 7 of officers and board members. It is the only body in Idaho with the primary objective to meet the needs of Idaho's cat- tle producers. The ICA has a rich heritage dating back to 1915 when the Idaho Cattle and Horse Grower's Association was first organized. In 1984, the Idaho Cattlemen's Association and the Idaho Cattle Feeder's Association merged to become the Idaho Cattle Association and the Idaho Cattlewomen joined in 1998. Today the Idaho Cattle Association contin- ues as the standard bear- er for all cattle producers in Idaho. Local business hires local woman AmeriTitle is pleased to build upon the announce Mindy Ivey has excellent cus- joined the Council office tomer relation- as a Customer Service ships we have Representative / Title developed in our Clerk. community over Mindy has over six the years," .said years experience in the Jay Edwards, Customer Service indus- General Manager try and is a life long resi- of AmeriTitle dent of Council Idaho. offices in Council, "We are very excited to Payette and have Mindy on board. Her Weiser. experience in Customer Service will continue to From our readem , : , By Vaughn Jasper Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens and others are encouraging the use of wind power to decrease our energy dependence. A major challenge is to select sites that provide prevailing winds. I would suggest that they con- sider the installation of wind turbines at trap and Adams Coun _ty Third Judicial District Court Dispositions Lopez, Adrian Speeding Fine: $75.00 Rawson, Dean Allen Speeding Fine: $75.00 Brennan, Anthony R Speeding Fine: $75.00 Main, RicheU C Speeding Pine: 875.00 Luddy, Robert Speeding Pine: $75.00 Jerome, Brian Douglas Speeding Fine: $75.00 Sherman, Jessica Ann Speeding Fine: $75.00 Gibson, Michael Dean Vehicle over width violations Fine: $197.00 Wickham, Robert S Fish - Unlawful Fine: $153.00 Fish/game vio of mis- demeanor rules regs and Fine: $200.00 Velasquez, Violeta Speeding Fine: $75.00 Zarate-Cripin, Mauro V Speeding Fine: $143,00 Edgerton, Kimberly Joy Speeding Fine: $75.00 Flores. Danya Miashante Fail to provide proof of insurance Fine: $116.50 Rodriguez, Jose Delores Speeding Fine: $75.00 Salgado, Marco A Fail to stop / yield from stop sign Fine: $75.00 This is public information gathered by The Adams County Record. 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