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The Adams County Record Wednesday, September 19, 2012 Page 13 BY BRANDY GIBLEAU Last Friday was the first official league game for the Council Lumberjacks football season, and no better way to start off the season than with a victory against the Tri-Valley Titans. The Council Lumberjacks and the Tri-Valley Titans have been rivals for. decades. Last year was the first time in ten years that the Titans had accomplished a victory against the Council Lumberjacks, but not this year. The Lumberjacks started off by showing no mercy for the Titans, having a 10-point lead by the first quarter. That being said, the boys didfft weaken come half time either, with a score of 42 to 6. The Lumberjacks finished the game early in the third quarter with a score of 58 to 12. Council totaled a whopping 443 rushing yards against the Tri-Valley Titans. Casey DeHaas was the high scorer for the Council Lumberjacks, scoring a total of 24 points against the Titans. During the last couple of weeks the Lumberjacks football team has displayed a great deal of perseverance and determination to keep bringing home victories. This coming Friday is Council High School's homecoming football game, so come on out to the football field on Friday, September 21st at 7:00 p.m. and support your Lumberjacks as they take on the Horseshoe Bend Mustangs. Brittany Armistead Meadows at the net. By LAURA PERXINS After a hard fought bat- fie, the Council Lady Jacks fell to the Mountaineers last Tuesday night. "It really came down to serves and serve receives" said Coach Amy Shumway. The first game went to New Meadows 17 - 25, the second game went to Council 26 -24. The third game went back and forth between New Meadows and Council until the Lady Jacks finally came out on top 31 - 29. New Meadows came back to win the fourth game of the match 22 - 25. The deciding 5th game of the evening started out with goes up against New the Lady Jacks ahead, but they couldn't hold on as the Mounaineers took the game and the match 15 -- 9. " The JV team for the Lady Jacks was able to come away with a win over the Mountaineers earlier in the evening, winning 25 -21 and 26 - 24. On Saturday, the Lady Jacks travelled to Halfway, Oregon to play in the Pine Eagle Tournament..They were able to beat Prairie City, but then fell to Powder Valley in thesingle elimination tournament. Tuesday, September 18th, the Lady Jacks took on the Tri-Valley Titans. Digital M ur D mm rst phy St. Luke's Mobile Mammography Coach is bringing the latest in breast cancer screening tO Council. Full-Field Digital Mammography provides an up to 26 percent increase in diagnosis of early-stage breast cancer for women who are age 40-49, are pre-or peri-menopausal, or have dense breast tissue. Services accredited by the American College of Radiology and provided by a registered nurse specially trained in performing cliniCal breast exams, with experienced technologists certified in mammography by the American Registry of Registered .Technologists. Early Detection Saves Lives. Women age 40 and older should practice monthly breast serf-examination and have a screening mammogram every year to find breast cancer at its earliest, most treatable stage. St. Luke's provides comprehensive, coordinated care for women diagnosed with breast cancer, from diagnosis and treatment, to support services and survivorship programs. One Stop for Advanced Breast Screening. Call (208} 706-2055 or 1-866-381-2055 today to schedule your mammogram. Call (208) 381-2095 or 1-800-720-1478 for information about financial assistance.