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Oct. 30, 2014

 
 
 
  • In spite of the 34-18 loss to Newcastle last Friday night the Bobcats are going into the 2A football playoffs seeded fourth in the eastern division. “We could have done better,” coach Rob Anderson said, “but the stats aren’t as bad as we thought.” On the offensive side, the Cats had a total of 355 yards, 327 of those rushing. Senior Choc Maddock had a breakout game rushing for 107 yards, followed by fellow senior Ryan Bradshaw with 86 yards and junior Cody Bjorhus with 81 yards rushing. The defense had a good outing too, with defensive points coming from seven of the Bobcat’s defensive line. Bradshaw brought down 26 defensive points with freshman Noah Schwalbe pulling in 17. Senior Logan Kay had 16 points and junior Eric Herold had 12. Senior Tyler Cornwell brought in 11 points, as did Bjorhus, with senior Kyle Sheperd getting 10 points.
    “We had a lot of kids doing good things,” Anderson said, “the scoreboard just didn’t show it that way. It’s a moral win.”

  • The Hot Springs County Sheriff’s office has issued a number of Halloween safety tips for children while they are trick-or-treating including:
    Always use good judgment. Obey all laws; Young children should always trick-or-treat with an adult; No children should go trick-or-treating alone; Plan your route and make sure your family knows what it is; Wait until your parents have check your treats before eating them; Be cautious. Stay at the doorway of homes and never go inside; Only visit houses with the lights on; Make sure your costume is not too long and causes tripping; If you wear a mask, be sure you can see out of it clearly.

 

   
       
         
   

Logan Bartholomew and Jake Maksin run at State. -Cindy Hart photo

 

Joey Agar, Bobbi Zupan, Heather Jones, Brye Williams, Codi Goffena and Rylee Agar took home championships from the NBHA 2014 Summer Series Finals held Saturday and Sunday at the fairgrounds. Barrel racers will start the Winter Series Nov. 2. Exhibitions begin at 10 a.m. at the fairgrounds with competition to follow. There will be Peewee, Youth, Senior and Open divisions. The series runs through April. - Lara Love photo

 

 
       
     
   


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