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The Adams County Record Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Page 15 BY BRANDY GIBLEAU Last Friday the Council Lumberjacks ventured into Savage territory, taking with them a large group of riled up Council foot- ball fans. The first quarter proved to be the begin- ning of an uphill battle for the Lumberjacks to bring home a victory against the Salmon River Savages. Salmon River succeeded in scoring a total of 14 points against the Council Lumberjacks in that first quarter, but with strength and determination, the Lumberjacks scored 14 points in the second quarter and the Savages scored only 8. At half time the scoreboard showed the Lumberjacks with 14 points and the Savages with 22. Literally pulling back and forth at each other, the Lumberjacks and the Savages each scored only 6 points in the third quarter. With only one quarter left in the game, the Lumberjacks pushed, passed, and per- severed to make a come- back against the Savages. And a comeback they had the Lumberjacks suc- cessfully scored 22 points against the Savages in the fourth quarter, only allow- ing the opposing Salmon River Savages to score a measly 6 points. The vic- torious Lumberjacks came out on top with the final score of Council 42 and Salmon River 34. Council now ranks 3 wins and 1 loss in league games. Once again this week, the overall player of the game goes to Nate Henderson. Showing no desire to lose, Nate racked up 265 rushing yards, 10 tackles and an intercep- tion on defense: Nate also teamed up with Casey Dehaas to force the final Mick Wilson, #1, steps back to pass while Casey Dehass, #2, provides pass protection and Lucas Daniels, #78, and Hunter Lucas, #35, block the Savages. fumble of the game. Some more stats include: Daniel Cameron, a senior, having 43 receiving yards, S tack- les, and 1 touchdown. Jac Cook, a senior, succeeded in accomplishing the only sack of the game. Corbin Hedges, a sophomore, and Nate Henderson, a senior, each achieved an interception. And Lucas Daniels, a sophomore, with his extraordinary kickoffs, had 196 kick- off yards. This week the Lumberjacks will be fac- ing off against the Wilder Wildcats. The game will be hosted at Wilder, but a little change in schedule, the game will begin at 4:00 PM instead of the usual 7:00 PM. Last week there was an excellent turnout of the Council crowd at Salmon River, so let's show the Wildcats what real fans look and sound like. Come on out and support your boys as they bring home another triumphant win. ",4' dl~ BY LAURA PERKINS This last week was the end of the sea- son's league play for the Council Lady Jacks. The girls traveled to Casca.de on Tuesday, October 9, and to Meadows Valley on Thursday, October 11. Unfortunately, the Lady Jacks were unable to capitalize on the return of their setter, Megan Perkins, after her shoulder injury. Both the JV and Varsity teams fell to the Cascade Ramblers. The JV team lost in two games, 22 to 25 and 12 to 25. Despite the loss, a few JV'ers did shine. Caiflan Hill had 100% serv- ing, Brittany Armistead had 2 blocks, Jasmine Gibleau had 4 digs, Beauleen Soumwei had 100% serving, and Sierra Schmechpeper had 12 assists. In the Varsity game against the Lady Ramblers, Council lost in three games - 16 to 25, 15 to 25, and 11 to 25. Megan Perkins had 3 assists, Maecy Henning had 3 digs and Zoe Wessels had 3 blocks. There was some improvement when the Lady Jacks traveled to Maecy Henning, #4, goes up for a hit against ready and waiting Mountaineers. New Meadows to take on the Mountaineers. The JV team was able to come away with a win, taking down the JV Mountaineers in two games, 25 to 9 and 25 to 22. The JV Lady Jacks' stats also improved. Maecy Henning had 100% serving, Caitlan Hill had 3 kills, Brittany Armistead had 3 kills and a block, Mountaineers were defi- nitely fired up and ready to win, and took the Lady Jacks in three games, 16 to 25, 21 to 25, and 14 to 25. Megan Perkins had 5 digs, Zoe Wessels had 3 kills and 2 blocks, Suzy Meza had 100% serving, and Sierra Schmechpeper had 6 assists. In spite of the way the Lady Jack's season looks Jasmine Gibleau had 8 on paper, Coach Amy digs, Beauleen SoumweiShumway still sees poten- had 2 kills, and Tessatial and ability in the girls, Shepard had 5 digs. stating, "They will con- The Varsity tinue to workhard, and they will turn it around and win." Coach Shumway says the girls have a "very bright future" Council will now have to play Tri-Valley on Tuesday, Ocober 16th and win in or&r to continue playing on into district play. The resdts of that game were notavailable at press time Council Student of the Week Caleb Shumway was selected this week to be the outstanding student. Staff describe Caleb as courteous, sincere, and hard working. He is also a very good athlete. He is in the 8th grade this year. He is the son of Paul Shumway and Tina Terry of Council. Homecoming King Trent Perkins and Homecoming Queen Bailey Moore dance at the Meadows Valley Homecoming Dance. For a full recap and pictures of the all the activities and events of the Homecoming Week, be sure to check out next week's issue of The Adams County Record.