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Page 8 Wednesday, September 11, 2013 The Adams County Record Trojans Trounce Lumberjacks BY LAURA PERKINS The Lumberjacks made the long trek to Moscow, Idaho, to play the Troy Trojans in the Kibble Dome on Frida Sept 6th. While Coach Dan Shumway had high hopes for this game, it soon became evident that the Lumberjacks would have their work cut out for them against this Division 1 Championship hopeful. The Trojans proved to be bigger and faster than any team the Lumberjacks will see at any other rne this season. Troy drew blood early and often, scoring on the very first drive of the game, and never looked back. The Lumberjacks would connect with Jared Neal on their first pass of the game, but could not find their rhythm and ended up with only 83 yards total on offense. Turnovers and defensive misalignments would plague the Lumberjacks to the very end, which came mercifully at half ae with a score of 66 to 0. "We knew that they were going to be the best team we will facC said Coach Shumway. "he sheer size and speed of this team was impres- sive, but we still should have been able to play with them." When asked what the positives are that he will take away from this game, Coach Shumway said, UThe good and bad of this game is that there are a lot of things that are correct- able. Mick (Wilson) actu- ally threw the ball pretty well, over 50 percent of the incompletions were catch- able balls." The Lumberjacks will get a bye this week allow- ing them to regroup and heal up injured players. Council will next travel to Horseshoe Bend to take on the Mustangs on Friday September 20th at 7:00PM. Lumberjack pre-game warm up in the Kibbie Dome UAs long as we are healthy According to the coaching we should be able to play staff, they have "two weeks with them,  said Shumway. to get them back to playing !i : physical and hard - show them that this loss was an anomaly." Council student designated "Teenager of the Year" BY BONNIE DAVIDSON Going above and beyond the schoolwork can be a challenge for any student but two students on their way to college this fall were honored for being students of the year for the State of Idaho, The Elks honor a student of the month during the school year, Those students gather at the end of the school year where two students in the area are honored for being above and beyond good students. Larrissa Cheney, of Weiser, and Jordan Rosengrant, of Council, were selected by the Elks of the State of Idaho to be the teenagers of the year. The students received $1,000 scholarships from the local Weiser lodge, but they received an additional $1,500 from the state level. Students were selected by their grade point average, or GPA, their commtuaty service and their extracurricular activities. They were honored at a dinner at the Weiser Elks Lodge earlier this month. They may not have been the highest in their grades but they are looked at their overall accomplishments and how they are as a See TEENAGER OF THE YEAR, page 11 .. CIA installation? BY DALE FISK A hunter submitted this picture of what he suspects is a secret CIA proj. A label on what . app to be an antenna has e lfind of warning :about watching for wires and contains the words, can kill'you7 Just how the voltage from a small solar panel could kill someone was not clarified. This little, fenced-in facility is located on top of a hill north of Pleasant Ridge under a high-volt- age transmission line. The antenna is aimed at a nearby hillside. Somebody out there knows what this thing is all about, so. please fill me in. If it really is a secret CIA installa- tion, I won't tell a soul. Larissa Cheney, of Weiser, and Jordan Rosengrant, of Council, both were hon- ored at a dinner and received a additional scholarships for being Teenagers of the Year in Idah O through the Elks. Photo by Bonnie Davidson