|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Bemier (Efluntg FEBRUARY 13, 1997 Chans Carter Ashlie Holm Lisa Jensen Kelli Kaufman Kandi Leko Sarah Mayer by Holly Willden-- The Milford High School Tigers hosted the Wayne County Badgers on February 6. IT was going to be tough game, and the Tigers knew it. They went inot the game playing hard and keeping a stron defense. The tigers played a tough first half, but the Badgers took the lead to the locker room, 34-3After the half, the Tigers outscorcd the Badgers in the third and forth quarters, but it was not enough to win the game. The Badgers got the victory, 56-6- 5. The Tigers played a good game and will be back next week to take on the Bryce Valley Mustangs, at Bryce Valley, on the 14th, and then the Enterprise Wolves on the 15th at home. Everyone come out and support your Tigers. Elizabeth Durrant or better 8 Scorers for 24 B.Laing 9 C.Laing 8 C.Peterson 7 C. Peterson Chad Wunderlich Scortrs for Milford; 3,6 or better Blaine White Brady Williams Clayton Williams Kent Sullivan Craig Wiseman 23 rVcin Uhittalor JohnathonBetteridge Crai Barncs 3 R. Hallows 2 P. Lierd Deana Ortiz Felicia VanLeuvan 13 Amanda Baxter Wavne: REllet 3 M.Wood W.Taylor 2 2 7 6 4 or better 3,3 Mark Barnes Trent Thompson 8th Grade State Wrestling Tournament State Wrestling year at the by Charts Cartcr-Thi- s Tournament the Panguitch Bobcats took home their first ever state title. The Altamont Longhorns places 2nd. The defending state champions, the Wayne Badgers placed 3rd. The Duchesne Eagles placed 4th. The Piute placed 5th. The Enterprise Wolves placed 6th, and Milford our very own Tigers placed 7th. Milford took 8 Wrestlers to state and 5 out of the 8 placed They are as follows: At 103 lbs Junior Brett Thomas placed 2nd, at 191 lbs. Sophomore Steven Florence placed 3rd, 135 lb. Junior Ben James placed 3rd, 140 lb. Senior Duke Barnes placed 4th, and 152 lb. Sophomore Josh Long placed 4th. The outstanding wrestler was Kyle Bell of Piute, a 4 time 35-defending state champ at 152 lbs. He had a season record of 1 and a A 1 Milford High School Honor Roti 2nd Quarter 1997 12th Grade 3 6 or better Kristen Bailey Dannon Eckley Rachel Holm Jennifer Netto Laura Stewart 3,9 or better 3 .8 or better 3,5 or better Mike Thompson Mitch Stewart Sandi Hardy 3,3 or better Jays P. Smith Ryan White Elizabeth Schofield Lauralee Holm Brain Mayer Heather Larsen 11th Grade 4,0 Jenny White 3.9 or better 3.8 or better Cheryl Barnes Kaden Leko Natalie Nelson Lindsay Barnes Lynette Holm 3.3 or better Crystal Smith Dustin Whittaker Sheiby Holm 10th Grade 4J Kalab James Nisha Livingston Mandy Muir 3,9 or better Josh Long Natalie Jimenez 3.8 or better Nick Seidel Kent Sullivan 3.6 or better Steven Florance 9th 801-864-29- Flaked Corn & Barley Tallow Cottonseed Beet Pulp Distillers corn Corn Gluten Hominy Soybean Meal Soy best Millrun Whole Grain Hay Cubes 35,000 Square Feet of Storage Most Commodities On Hand. Will Mix A Deliver Feed With 24 Hour Notices. Mike Stanvorth & Sons 7. Marti Austin Jack Waters, a junior, captured his second 103 lb. class state championship in a 4-- 2 overtime. Chad Marshall, also a took the state junior, championship in the 160 lb. class. The Beaver team placed 8th over all in competition, with 78 points. Brian Yardley placed 3rd in the 152 lb. class, and Johathon White placed 6th in the 140 lb. class. Congratulations for a great year and a job well done! State champions are invited to the Master's Tournament in Cedar City this weekend. Koda Livingston or better 3 .9 Nicole Mayer 3.8 or better Christal Paice 3,6 or better Heidi Romans Macey Willden or better Grade 2-- A or better 3.3 OmQkw QDfe fa jm Margaret Davis Lidia Lerma Craig White '4 -- f'T" i With the POWER t- leading 452 dead lift along with a gargantuan effort to qualify as candidates for the 1997 edition of 227 lb bench press, a 202 lb clean, and a 407 squat to put his athletic abilities in the hat against Faster, Stronger's national All Americas high school four local football team, footballers went for the gusto In the local weight room the week of January 27th. The local four of Gent, Dalton, Robinson, and Kancll have been involved in a slate of the art power lifting program for over 2'A years. Each of the four had to lift minimum poundages in at least three of the four lifts, be young men of leadership and integrity and maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher The minimum to qualify. poundages required for candidate status were a 250 lb bench press, a 350 lb squat lift, a 200 lb clean and a 400 lb dead lift. Troy Gent, a 6'2" 180 lb receiver candidate with a 3.2 GPA, and the only BHS Senior to qualify , hoisted a school best 302 lbs in the bench press and 242 lbs in the clean to go along with his 407 lb squat lift and 435 lb dead lift to lead all qualifiers with a 1386 lb total. Troy was the only athlete in Utah to make the BFS Team rate. hundreds of gridiron candidates from coast to coast for honors. Leo Kancll, a 1751b 4 fall who scored last Junior TD's against the Mi'ford Varsity and sports a 3.8 GPA, was the The qualifier. concluding 6'r u one-tim- also e option to bump your rate up if First Security's rates increase during the life of your CD. 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Luke Robinson, a 6' 200 lb Junior offensive center and deep snapper candidate with a 3.6 GPA, surprised even himself as he totaled 1288 lbs with a team You get a rambunctious Kancll popped a 277 bench, a 352 lb squat, a 405 lb dead lift and a 187 lb clean to total 1219 lbs in the intra-scho- CD,-yo- get a siper Football Foursome Lifts 51S9 lbs. Bigger, 26 career record of 143-The coach of the year was aw arded to Frank Houston head coach of the 1996-9- 7 State Champions, the Panguitch Bobcats. Kari Kaufman Kurt Ashley Cassie Bunker Gent or better - In a By Robert 670 N.100W. 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