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Page 12 Wednesday, October 3, 2012 The Adams County Record BY BRANDY GIBLEAU they managed to Friday, September break through 28th, the Councilthe Lumberjacks Lumberjacks faced off defense to make against the Garden Valley a 2-point conver- Wolverines. Both teams sion. Neither the were each undefeated Lumberjacks nor the in their league games at Wolverines scored the start of this battle. In during the last two the first quarter, neither the Lumberjacks nor the Wolverines succeeded in scoring any points as they each fought for a well- earned victory. In the second quarter, sopho- more Kevin Hell #8 suc- ceeded in scoring the Lumberjacks' only touch- down for the night, but a tight defense held by the Wolverines caused the Lumberjacks to miss their 2-point conversion. In the second quar- ter the Wolverines scored their only touch- down for the night, and quarters of Friday's game, ending the game with a score of Lumberjacks 6, Wolverines 8. Once again this week, the player highlight goes to #22 Nate Henderson. Even playing while injured, Nate man- aged to rack up 127 rushing yards, 1 sack, and 7 tackles. Along with Nate's success, he broke over 1,000 yards rushing this season, hav- ing a personal total of 1,038 yards. Some more Nate Henderson #22 racks up more yardage as Cobin Hedges #3, Casey Dehaas #2, Jac Cook #80, Hunter Lucas #35, and River Combs #77 all block for him. stats include #2 Casey and #8 Kevin Heil with Dehaas with 12 tackles 40 receiving yards. and a sack; #35 Hunter Even though the Lucas with 10 tackles and Lumberjacks suffered a a sack, #3 Corbin Hedges loss last week, they will with 31 receiving yards,, not accept it as one. The boys on the Council foot- River. The Lumberjacks ball team look at this loss will be fighting to bring as a learning experience home another vic- and motivation to fight tory over the Salmon harder at next week's River Savages on Friday, game against Salmon October 16th in Riggins. Cambridge Principal Notes season IS By Angie Lakey-Campbell October is a busy yummy pulled pork sand- .conducting the Scholastic month, and our PTSA iswiches. October 13 is Book Fair. active this month. While the bike-a-thon, which is Activities this week vou re out at this weeK- organized by the PTSA,include volleyball Tuesday Harvestfest be sure and October 22-25, they in Midvale against ~" ~:~ ~.z'.: ' "'~'?~Y:.'~' :, "-" one of their will be and Meadows Vl/v and ....... .......... or an,z,n , --a-e1 - 2'~.~. -/ . 2 2 ~, ound you like to WIN a Family Pass to all the CHS Lumberjack HOME Basketball Games? V Thursday against Garden Valley. Both matches will be played in Midvale with the IV match beginning at 6:00 and the varsity match to follow at approximately 7:15. Thursday's match with Garden Valley will be our last home match for the season. The football team will be traveling to Wilder on Friday, October 5. The game is sched- uled to begin at 4:00 rath- er than 7:00 as printed on the schedule. Wilder no longer has lights on their field. The varsity volleyball team will travel to Gennessee for the Pea and Lentil Spike-Off on Saturday, October 6. Mrs. BoWs health class is helping to organize a blood drive on Tuesday, October 8. If you've donated in the past, you should be receiving a call sometime soon to schedule an appointment to give again. The drive is scheduled to begin at 10:00 am. The volleyball season is rapidly coming to a close. The junior varsity team will finish their season next Saturday with the conferencetournament, which willbe held at Cambridge High School beginning at 10:00. The district volleyball tour- nament is scheduled to take place 16 and 18 at McCall-Donnelty. High School. Statewide teacher meetings will be held this Thursday and Friday. We will have no class on Thursday, and teachers are not scheduled to be in the building this Friday. FOR EVERY LUMBERJACKTOUCHDOWN AND EVERY GAMEWON BYTHE LADY JACKSVOLLEYBALLTEAM, ENTERYOUR FAMILY'S NAME INTO THE DRAWING. COME TO THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD AT 108 ILLINOIS AVENUE TO GET YOUR ENTRIES INT0 THE DRAWING EACH WEEK. THEWINNERWILL BE DRAWN ATTHE LAST HOME FOOTBALL GAME ON OCTOBER 26TH. DO NOT NEEDTO BE PRESENTTOWIN! Example: The Lumberjacks scored 9 touchdowns last week and the Lady Jacks won 3 games, the Smith Family can enter 12 tickets into the drawing! BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE COUN IL B00gTER tLUB AiD TImE ADAM COUNTY RECORD QUESTIONS? CALL 253-6961 Meadows Valley Homecoming Schedule Week of October 8, 2012 Theme: Axe q-he Jacks*. Monday: Goth Day, Tug of War. Tuesday: Camo Day, Dodge Ball. Wednesday: Hillbilly Day, Egg Toss, Bonfire @ 9:00 PM. Thursday: School Spirit Color Day, Dress the Mountaineer, Homecoming Game/ Senior Night @ 7:00 PM (VB vs. Council, 6:00 & 7:15 PM). Friday: Class Color Day, Air Band. Saturday: Powder Puff Football @ 5:00PM, Powder Puff Volleyball @ 6:00PM, Dance @ 9:00PM-12:00AM. The Dance includes Grades 6-12 and Salmon River HS students and' is $3 per per- son or $5 for couples. The bonfire is open to the same range of Students without the fee. During the weeg of Sept. 2#fh fo Selaec. 29 h The Lumberjacks scored I touchdown, The Lady lacks IV won 4: 9ames Come to THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD OFFICE and enter 5 tickets for.your family to win a Family Pass (valued at $87.50) to all the High School Basketball 9ames. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY