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Page 6 Golden Valley News February 8, 2018 By Renee Orluck Correspondent The week of Jan. 29, the Beach boys basketball team was on the road for the first half of a six-game stretch of being the visitors on the score- board. Tuesday, they traveled to Mott- Regent to face the Wildfire. Thurs- day found them in Wibaux, Mont to take on the Long horns, and Friday they traveled to Center to play the Wildcats. Hopes and expectations were high as the Bucs were coming off of a 10- day break and were looking forward to competing on the court again and facing Region 7 opponent Mott-Re- gent. Mott took the early lead with a 23-13 first quarter and proceeded to outscore the Bucs in the remaining quarters: 21-17,25-17 and 13-7,de- feating the Bucs 82-54. Mott came out firing and hit 9 three-pointers compared to only one for Beach. Beach scoring: Gage Swanson 34, Gunnar Farstveet 12, Josiah Or- luck 8. Three pointer: Orluck. Free- throws 13-19. The border battle game versus the Longhorns proved as equally enter- taining and as close as their first match up in Beach on Dec. 12. The Bucs won that matchup by 7, 62-55. Thursday's game had the same seven-point difference, however, this time the Longhorns prevailed 64-57. At the end of the first quarter the Bucs got outscored by six and were down 11-17. After a much improved second quarter the Bucs outscored their opponent 18-10 to take a 29-27 John Summers of the Buccaneers keeps the Wildcats' three- point shooter James Henke covered. (Photo by Renee Orluck) four quarters, 17-9, 20-16, 25-16 and halftime lead. After outscoring Wibaux 18-17 in the third quarter, 16-6. the Bucs took a three-point lead into Beach scoring: Gage Swanson 28, the final quarter, 47-44. Wibaux Josiah Orluck 13, John Summers 6, completed the fourth quarter by Brandon Schulte 6, Blake VanHorn outscoring the Bucs 20-10. 6, Tevin Dietz 6, Jhett Farstveet 4, Beach scoring: Gunnar Farstveet Chance Erickson 4, Cole Erickson 3, 22, Gage Swanson 11, Jhett Farstveet Gunnar Farstveet 2. Three-pointers: 10, Josiah Orluck 6, Cole Erickson 3, Swanson 2, Summers 2, Dietz 2, C. Tevin Dietz 3, John Summers 2. Erickson 1. Three-pointers: Swanson, J. The Bucs are now 10-4 overall, Farstveet, Dietz. Free -throws: 6-9. and 4-2 in Region 7. Beach finished up its t)usy week The remaining games for the on the road in Center. The Bucs Bucs are : Feb. 6 at Hebron, Feb. 10 came away with a 78-47 victory. All at Hazen, Feb. 13 at Trenton, Feb. 15 players received a nice amount of Bowman, Feb. 17 Beulah, and Feb. playing time and everyone made it 23 at Scranton. All games with the into the scoring column. Beach exception of the Trenton game are outscored the Wildcats in each of the Region 7 matchups. Victory pumps up By Renee Orluck Correspondent MOTT - A 55-38 win on Monday, Jan. 29, against Region 7 opponent Mott/Regent Wildfire has pumped up the Lady Bucs. Sam Oech shone in the first half, making 7 of 10 from the free-throw line, putting up four two - point shots and rounding it off with one three- pointer. Wildfire's Karagan Friedt made her team's only basket of the first quarter while five of the Bucs scored, ending it at 15-2. The second quarter found Wildfire making over half of its points from the free-throw line and the Bucca- neers making shots from every area of the court; including Abby Wil- helmi making the buzzer beater. The first half ended with Beach up, 36-17. The third quarter was a low-scor- ing affair with Bucs making it barely into the double digits with 11 and tile Wildfire with just five. Being ahead allowed the Buccaneer starting line up a respite while the reinforcements shouldered the responsibility of fin- Y ishing out the game. Kennedy Mey- ers was making her shots and ended the quarter with 6 points. This also gave the Wildfire, which had strug- gled against Beach's starters, a chance to rally a bit, getting 18 points in the final quarter of the game. Buccaneer scoring: Sam Oech, 21; Mikayla Paul, 7; Kennady Myers, 6; Madi Wilhelmi, 5; Rachel B0sser- man, 4; Madi Nunberg, 4; Abby Wil- helmi, 4; Megan Rising, 3; and Andrea Lund, 1. Three-pointers: Nun- berg, 1; Oech 1. Free-throws: 16-30. Feb . 1, the girls had a tough game against Hettinger-Scranton at home. Senior Abby Wilhelmi was top scorer with 11 points, nine of them being from tttree - point shots. Molly Holt led the Night Hawks with 19 followed by Abbie Kludt with 16. Quarters ended 8-21,7-19, 11-15 and 5-8. The ending score was 31-63. Buccaneer scoring: Abby Wil- helmi, 11; Sam Oech, 7; Rachel Bosserman, 6; Megan Rising, 4; Madi Wilhelmi, 3. Three-pointers: A. Wilhelmi, 3; M. Wilhelmi, 1; Sam uccaneers Oech, 1. Free-throws: 0-1. Saturday, the girls once again played three good quarters of basket- ball against the Center-Stanton Wild- cats. First quarter ended dead even at nine a piece. Second quarter, the basket at the Bucs' end closed tight allowing only four points through, and they went into the locker room behind by 14 at the half. Recharged, they played about even with the Wildcats 18-20 in the third and 16-20 in the fourth. The second effort was great and the girls never quit. Center-Stanton came away with the win 52-47. Buccaneer scoring: Oech, 17; Bosserman, 15; Rising, 5; M. Wil- helmi; 4; A. Wilhelmi, 3; Paul; 3. Three-pointers: Rising, 1. Free- throws: 10-19. Coming up Thursday, Feb. 8, the girls play Heart River at home and on Monday, Feb. 12, they will play their last regular season game at home against Hazen. They will also cele- brate their seniors' and parents' that night. Dakota, while Watson said they picked up no one. The victim testified that she had initially said there were no incidents at Buffalo Gap because her memory wasn't focused at the time of that in- terview. "The state failed miserably with providing any type of evidence," McCabe told the jurors. He said the victim's motivation for making the accusation was that she hated her family. Wenko alleged during the trial that Watson had "groomed" the vic- tim for sexual abuse from a young age. Wenko told jurors in her closing argument that they would have to weigh which version of events was more credible. Abuse (Continued from Page 1) "She had to pay to go (out), and she had to pay in the most horrific possible way, and that was to have sex with the defendant," Wenko. 2018 GVN/BCP said ATTENTION The North Dakota Barley Council election for Golden Valley County will take place on February 15, 2018, at 12 PM (MST), during the Ag Improvement Annual Meet- ing at the Golden Valley County Extension Office, 53 Central Ave S, in Beach, ND. Each person, landlord, tenant, husband and/or wife who planted barley in 2017 or intends to plant barley in 2018 and who has not claimed any barley tax refund within the past year (except for duplicate payments), are eligible electors and can be candidates. For more information contact the North Dakota Barley Council at (701) 239-7200. Jan. 25 - Mass was celebrated in the Chapel at 9 a.m. At 10 a.m res- idents held exercises and did their in- town shopping. Deb and the residents enjoyed an afternoon of reminisc- ing. Stories of long ago were revisited as the residents recalled their child- hood memories. Lois Miske and Rick Miske were afternoon visitors of Flo- rence Miske. Jan. 26 - Friday at 8 a.m the res- idents are pampered as our wonderful volunteers washed, set and fixed hair. This week's hair volunteers were Linda Jones and Judy Ridenhower. The Rev. Maxted and his wife Bev held "Devotions at 7 p.m. in the Chapel. Jan. 27 - Reading with Gary was held at 2 p.m. Jan. 28 - Adoration was held in the Chapel of the Angels at 8:30 a.m. Word and Communion followed the Adoration Hour. Jo Heckaman vis- ited Dorothy Stolberg. Jan. 29 - Reading with Gary took place at 2 p.m. in the Activity Room. Jan. 30 - Deb led exercises for the residents at 10 a.m. In the afternoon, a large crowd gathered in the Activ- ity Room for bingo. Jan. 31 - At 10:30 a.m a Journey For Freedom presentation was held in the Activity Room. Author and pro- fessional speaker Peter Vodenka de- scribed his heroic escape from Communist Czechoslovakia with his wife and children. The event was very interesting and left his audience realizing how we take our freedoms for granted. Elaine Noll visited Marilyn Carlson. Bob and Deb Rising visited Marilyn Carl- son. ATTENTION The North Dakota Oilseed Council canola election for Golden Valley County will t=l~= place on February 15, 2018, at 12 PM (MST), du,;-e tho Ae Irnprovomont Annual Meeting at the Golden Valley County Extension Office, 53 Central Ave S, in Beach, ND. Anyone who has planted canola in 2017 or intends to plant in 2018 and is a participating producer who resides in the county is eligible and encouraged to vote. For more information contact the North Dakota Oilseed Counc!l at (701) 328-5107. VVhat's Happening? Listings for high school sport- ing events, plus public events that are free to anyone and aren't fund-raisers or aren't family or business invitations, can be pub- lished free of charge in this col- umn. Wibaux County Health Fair, 6 a.m. - 1 p.m Tuesday, March 13, Wibaux County High School Gymnasium Bowman/Beach wrestling, 7 a.m.-7 p.m Feb. 10, Region 4 Tournament at Bowman County Varsity basketball: Beach girls, 7 p.m Feb. 8, vs. Heart River, at Beach Heart River boys, 7 p.m Feb. 8, vs. Richardton-Taylor, at Richardton-Taylor Beach boys, 2:30 p.m Feb. 10, at Hazen Heart River girls, TBD, Feb. 10, vs: Killdeer, at Killdeer Beach girls, 7 p.m Feb. 12, vs. Hazen, at Beach w4, rt River girls, 6:30 p.m Feb. 12, vs. Richardton-Taylor, at South Heart Heart River boys, 6:30 p.m Feb. 13, vs. Hazen, at Belfield Beach boys, 7 p.m Feb. 15, vs. Bowman, at Beach U One. time rate change option! 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