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The Adams County Record Wednesday, October 24, 2012 Council Lumberjacks take on the Wilder Wildcats BY BRANDY GIBLEAU On Friday, October 19, 2012 the Council Lumberjacks traveled to Wilder to take on the Wilder Wildcats. Neck and neck at half time, the Lumberjacks were down by a single touch- down with a score of Lumberjacks 12, Wildcats 20. With no desire to quit, the Lumberjacks fought through the second half of the game and succeed- ed in making two touch- downs. However, the Wildcats defense proved strong and prevented the Lumberjacks from scoring each of their two point conversions. The Wildcats scored 5 touchdowns dur- ing the second half, but the Lumberjacks were able to block three of the Wildcats two-point con- version attempts, end- ing with a final score of Lumberjacks 24 and Wildcats 54. This week's player of the game goes to a senior, #23 Daniel Cameron. 'Daniel finished with 7 catches for 119 yards on offense as well as 6 tackles on defense. Daniel played while being injured but definitely did not let it affect his playing ability. Some individual stats include: Chase Brown with five tackles, Nate Henderson with 120 rush- ing yards, Mick Wilson with 273 passing yards, and Cody Shelton with the only interception of the game. As a team, the Lumberjacks had 66 tack- les and 2 sacks. The boys on the Council football team will not take this loss as a cruel defeat but as inspiration to fight even harder at next week's game. This Friday is the Lumberjack's final football game of the season. As it is the final game, Council High School will then recognize the graduat- ing seniors playing foot- ball this year. This year's Seniors include, #13 TJ Goettling, #20 Cody Shelton, #21 Tyson Ivey, #22 Nate Henderson, #23 Daniel Cameron, #27 Chase Brown, #30 Will Canfield, #35 Hunter Lucas, and #80 Jac Cook. Come on out to the foot- ball field at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 26th and support the Council Lumberjack football team as they fight for one last victory against the Cascade Ramblers. A Wilder player attempts to take the ball from Nate Henderson #24. Henderson avoided many tackles and gained several yards with this run in the game against the Wildcats. 4 Page 15 The Mountaineers had a spirited Homcoming week BY DALE FISK Homecoming early this seniors and sophomores was Dodge Ball. The Meadows Valley High month, faced off in a tug of war at sophomores battled their School students spent The festivities started lunchtime, way to first place, with a busy and interesting onMonday (October 8) Tuesday was "camo day; the freshmen following week as they celebrated with a Goth theme. The and the lunchtime activity in 2 nd place. The seniors Meadows Valley students concentrate on keeping eggs intact during the Homecoming Egg Toss activity. managed 3 rd place, and the the juniors were 4 'h. juniors were bombarded Three places were into the bottom slot. awarded for overall Wednesday's Hillbilly Homecoming week theme brought a messy competitions, with round of egg tossing, the seniors taking The seniors came out 1 t, freshmen 2 nd and on top in first place, sophomores3 'd. with the juniors in Following an election second, freshmen .3 rd and season theme the powder sophomores4 th. puff football teams on Thursday was "Spirit Friday took on names Day" and activities were of candidates. The boys centered around the senior/sophomore team evening volleyball game was "Joe Biden," and the against Council, which junior/freshman team the Mountaineers won in was "Paul Ryan" Joe Biden three games. It was also won. qlae girls' . senior/ senior recognition night, sophomore team was The theme for Friday "Barrack Obama;' and the was "Color Day" The junior/freshman team was lunchtime activity was "Mitt Romney." Barrack three-legged races. The Obamawon. freshmen proved their At the Homecoming youthful advantage by dance Saturday night, .placing first, but the old Trent Perkins was timers (seniors) managed croWned King and Baylee to come in second. The Moore was Homecoming sophomores took 3 ra and Queen. IL f _ Meadows Valley Pep Band plays peppy tunes during the Pep Rally Seniors and Sophmores vs Juniors and Freshmen for the Meadows Valley Powder Puff Football Game