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Thursday night volleyball action Atlanta volleyball in Buff Lake ! .... , .... , ..... September 1P nets a JV win "', by Jea.y Ooogh The Atlanta IV team was victorious over Burt Lake MNCA on Tuesday, September 17. It was a clean sweep of all three games. The first match ended with a 25-8 score. Kristen Dobbyn had an impressive serving run with 10 points, three of which where aces. The second match ended with a 25-16 score. In the third match, ]enna Chambers had a 6 point serving run to add to the 15-3 final score. The varsity team did not fare as well as the IV team. Despite playing hard, they lost all three games. Wednesday, September 25, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 11 LADY HUSKIES Rachel Gerrie and Allison Marklin go for the black against Mio's Whitney Kann in Thursday nights game. Mio beat the varsity girls in all three games. SAMANTHA M EOAK of Atlanta bagged this nice little buck during the youth hunt. JAMES MACQUEEN of Hillman took his first deer, a 100 lb. doe in the Hillman area. KRISTEN DOBBYN and Thunderbolt Kristina Clover joust over the ball in Thursday nights JV action at Atlanta. The JV won their match against Mio and are currently unde- feated. at Timbertown Lanes Thursday Night Mixed Happy Buds 18-10 Arctic Cats 17-11 3 Rights & A Wrong 17-11 Cast Offs 16-12 Timbertown Lanes 14-14 Not A Clue 14-14 Split Happens 12-16 Team high game and series, Arctic Cats, 782-2186; men's high game and series, Bob Sietman II, 258-698; women's high game, Stacy Carroll, 245; women's high series, Kim Werner, 577. Lewiston Gang Seagulls 22-6 Cardinals 19-9 Blue Jays 15.5-12.5 Eagles 14-14 Hawks 14-14 Orioles 12-16 Robins 9-19 Mourning Doves 6.5-12.5 Team high game and series, Cardinals, 752-2105; men's high game and series, J. Vaughn, 258-687; women's high game and series, E. Herr, 195-534. Tuesday Nite Men's Lewiston Hotel 19-2 Tandem Transport 16-5 Peyton Painting 16-5 Real Estate One 12-9 Northshore Resort 7-14 Talley's 7-14 Barry's Auto 7-14 Team high game and series, Peyton Painting, 1063-2985; men's high game, Bill Wilson, 263; men's high series, Alec Burson, 719. Senior Matinee BJ's 17-4 Miss Fits 14-7 Penguins 12-9 Nice Try 11-10 BJ's 10-11 Hot Shots 9-12 Avengers 6-15 Alley Cats 5-16 Team high game and series, Penguins, 678-1885; men's high game, Tom Brown, 198; men's high series, Hal Jonas, 553; women's high game, Judy Jonas, 203;i women's high se- ries, Ellen Herr, 529. Sunday Nite Mixed Loud Bowlers 5-2 Challengers 5-2 Low Rollers 5-2 On Strike 2-5 It Could Happen 2-5 Misfits 2-5 Team high game, It Could Hap- pen, 795; team high series, Loud Bowlers, 2301; men's high game, Mike Ames, 224; men's high series, John Gibson, 582; women's high game, Sharron Gallow, 191; women's high series, Karen Gibson, 504. Monday Nite Ladies Nelson's Funeral Home 14-0 Bear Foot Restoration 14-0 Stark Construction 10-4 Lewiston Lodge 9-5 Bud Jones Insurance 5-9 Redwood Steak House 2-12 Woodruff Chiropractic 0-14 Bye 0-14 Team high game and series, Nelson's Funeral Home, 717- 2069; women's high game and series, Lisa Bakker, 259-668. Friday Nite Men's Rogue 21-0 Twin Lakes Auto Repair 15-6 Lewiston Glass 12-9 Nelson's Funeral Home 9-12 K-N-K Excavating 8-13 Talley's 7-14 Moose Lodge 4-17 Team high game, Twin Lakes Auto Repair, 1077; team high series, K-N-K Excavating, 2981; men's high game, Brian Carroll, 277; men's high se- ries, Arthur Seitman, 782. CALEB SHIFFER from Hillman, with his first deer, a doe WHITNI REED of Hillman with a 7-point buck she shot in the Millersburg area. The buck had a 15" spread. m IR Want a sports photo that appeared in the paper printed out for you? 5x7 size- $3 ea. 8xlO size- $5 ea. (plus tax) Call us at 989-785-4214 m BRADY FIRMAN, age 9, from Hillman, with his spikehorn. Friday Night Football Scores - September 20 - ai side effectsyou want. Blueberries and red beans are powerful remedies against cancer. Research shows that fruits, vegetables, and other low-fat vegetarian foods may help prevent cancer and improve survival rates. A plant- based diet can also help lower cholesterol. For a free nutrition booklet with cancer fighting recipes, call ton- free 1-866-906-WFLL or visit ww, ".nerP' org