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t Page 8 Golden Valley News February 28, 2013 Bucs enter postseason GLEN ULLIN ....... The "Run- ning Bucs" finished their regular sea- son by winning their last two games and finished with a 14-5 season record. They will enter District 13 seated number one with a 5-0 record and receive a bye along with 2nd &apos;place, New England 3-2. Post sea- son play begins at Bowman County High School beginning with the 1 st round play this Friday. The top four qualifiers will move on to the Region 7 tournament that is again held at Dickinson Trinity High School. Region 7 District 13 District Overall BEACH 5-0 14-5 New England 3-2 12-7 Matt-Regent 2-3 6-13 Hettinger-Scrantrn 2-3 10-9 Heart River 2-3 5-14 Bowman County 1-4 10-9 District 13 Tournament Sched- uled Match-ups At Solberg Gymnasium, Bowman Games Friday, March 1 Quarterfinals 1) No. 4 Heart River vs. No. 5 Hettinger-Scranton, 5:30 p.m. 2) No. 3 Matt-Regent vs. No. 6 Bowman County, 7 p.m. Games Saturday, March 2 Semifinals 3) No. 1 Beach vs. Game 1 win- ner, 5:30 p.m. 4) No. 2 New England vs. Game 2 winner, 7 p.m. Games Monday, March 4 Region qualifier: Game 1 loser vs. Game 4 loser, 4 p.m. Region qualifier: Game 2 loser vs. Game 3 loser, 5:30 p.m. Championship: Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, 7 p.m. District 14 District Overall Dickinson Trinity 5-0 14-5 Killdeer 4-1 9-10 Hazen 3-2 11-8 Richardton-Taylor 2-3 7-12 Beulah 1-4 3-16 Hebron-Glen Ullin 0-5 2-17 Beach 67, Matt-Regent 19 Highlights: Five players in double figures Beach 14 32 47 67 MR 5 71119 B: Cydni Stedman 15, Ashlyrtp Dietz 15, Bailey Waldal 12, Hailee Farstveet 11, Brooklyn Zachmann 10, Morgan Nu'nberg 4. MR: Marah Friez 6, Naomi Meier 4, Alyssa Olin 3, Abby Honeyman 3, Shantel Herner 1, Amber Friedt 1, McKayla Roll 1. 3-pointers: B 6 (Dietz 3, Zach- mann 2, Stedman 1), MR (Olin 1). Free throws: B 7-10, MR 4-16. Total fouls: B 13, MR 7. Beach 77, Hebron/Glen Ullin 25 Beach 14 39 58 77 Heb/Glen 4 8 17 25 B: Bailey Waldal 24, Hailee Farstveet 14, Morgan Nunberg 8, Cidni Stedman 8, Brooklynn Zach- mann 7, Kari Stedman 6, Paige Ris- ing 4, Ashlynn Dietz 3, Magan Benes 3. HG: Kendra Gerving 7, Alyssa Wehri 6, Kari Gerving 4, Teasha Voegele 4, Makenzie Glass 3, Taya Bordle 1. 3-pointers: B 7 (H. Farstveet 2, K.Schmeling 2, B. Zachmann 1, M.Benes 1, A.Dietz 1. HG Alyssa Wehri 2, K.Gerving 1. Free throws: B 2-3, HG 6-9. Fouls: B 13, HG 4. M,3nor News sy Marlene Muruato Sentinel , History's Headlines Jane M. Cook Jack Cook,Ars daughter and husband, TamrDy and Tony Lemos from Denver, Colo., arrived at his home Thursday for the weekend. Friday they stopped to visit their grandmother, Mary Cook, at her residence, and on Sat- urday, Jack hosted a birthday party for daughter-in-law, Loft Cook. Guests in- cluded Lori,Ars daughter, Angelina Cook, Tammy and Tony, Karen and Greg Davidson and children, Emily, K. D., and Franklin, Mary and Jane Cook, and Jesse and Sarah Gunkle and children Griffin, Slater, and Sophie from the Golva area. Dean, Lisa and Gabe Wyckoff brought a delicious dinner for Jim and Marj Wyckoff on onday. Tuesday, Jim and Marj traveled to Dickinson and en- joyed di0ner with Tom, Lynn and Kaitlynn at their home. Jean and Mick Nistler from Wibaux stopped in on Thursday and had a nice visit with Jim and Marj. On Sunday, Larry and. Shirley Schulte drove to Wibaux to join her brother David and His wife Diane Watembach and Dalton, Darin and Colton Miske for breakfastmt The Schultes went on to Glendive to visit with their niece, Nicole Jones, her sons Riley and Christian Jones, and her daughter Braidyn Nepine and baby daughter, Lilly from Dayton, Wyo. The Jones faintly was visiting with Nicole's parents, Delbert and Jean Schulte. They had planned to drive on to Devils Lake, where Nicole was asked to be godmother at the baptism of her nephew, William Charles Hurly, infant son of Mike and Kimberly (Schulte) Hurly, but the storm in northeastern North Dakota on Saturday and Sunday caused them to change their mind and stay off the roads in that area. We've had a quiet but busy week filled with our usual comings and goings. Last Thursday, Mass was held at 9 a.m. in the chapel. We exercised at 9:45 a.m., all from our own memo- ries, because Lorna was not feeling well and didn't want to share it with us. Thank you for that Lorna - please get well soon! Our in-town shopping followed at 10:30 a.m. We had a great time playing cards and games with Judy Vincent at 2 p.m., with coffee and treats after. Because of Lorna's illness our Valentine Party needed to be postponed. Julieanna Thomke visited Florence Finneman. Gloria Hendry and Judy Riden- hower were our fabulous Friday hair The community was saddened on Monday, Feb. 18, when we heard that Nelda (Kosmicki) Susa, wife of long- time resident, Ruddy Susa, passed away at their winter home in Naco, Arizmt Memorial services were held in Naco on Feb. 21. Nelda served as Golden Valley County nurse in Beach for a few years After their marriage on June 1, 1963, the couple moved to Longmont, Colo., where Rudy was in the banking business, and Nelda was an industrial nurse at IBM. Monte and Pam Beach have fi- nally got all the utilities hooked up and were able to move into their new home in Golva this past weekmtPam is the new postmaster in Golva, and Karen Schmeling has accepted the position of postmaster in Medora.-t We will miss seeing smil- ing face, but are happy to welcome Pam in her place. Jesse and Sara Gunkel and chil- dren Griffin, Slater and Sophia are also new residents of Golva. They are living in the former Pete Schmitz house Griffin is excited to be riding the school bus home from Beach each day until the end of the school year. Jerry and Mary Weinreis and Ber- nice Kreitinger spent last weekend at their vacation home in Newcastle, Wyo Jacob Weinreis and five of his friends from NDSU in Fargo joined them there and spent some time ski- ing at Terry Peak in South Dakota. Bunky Nistler, Missy Brown and two sons, and Morgan Edmundson and some,friends were visitors at the home of Joan Pavlish on Friday af ternoon. They were treated to deli- cious chocolate cake, and enjoyed sledding on the nice steep hills. ' ladies who helped to make us feel beautiful! Devotions with Pastor J. T. Burk were held at 4 p.m., with Ruthann Zielsdorf who played piano. Susan and Paul Bogner from Dickinson visited with Virginia and Anton Funk. Rick Funk also visited with the Funks. Saturday, we exercised at 10 . a.m.. Ed Berger celebrated his birth- day. Chris Moe visited with Orville Moe. Sherry Egan visited with Helen Egan. Sunday afternoon, we played cards and games like Rurnmikub at 2 p.m., followed by coffee and yummy treats at 3 p.m. Linda Hutchins visited with Juanita Baird. Resident Council was held Mon- day morningmt Exercises began at 9:45 a.m.'with Lorna on Tuesday morning followed by Adoration. We had a wonderful belated Valentine Party at 2 p.m. At 6 p.m., we had Devotions with Pas- tor Hojnacki. Wednesday morning the public health nurse was at the Manor. Dur- ing crafts, in the afternoon, 10 of us painted cute wooden bunnies hold- ing a carrot as an early Easter deco- ration, then we had coffee and goodies. We enjoyed a fun social hour with our coffee. Virginia Funk celebrated her birthday. Audre Barthel visited Richard Nagel. Have a fantastic week - enjoy every moment - have an attitude of gratitude to feel the happiness that is around you! Here's a look at news items cf 50 years ago from the miscellaneous items. Golden Valley News: Mr. and Mrs. David Davis of the rural community suf- Feb. 28,1963: Kathy Buck, 10-year-old daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Buck, now of Valley City, and formerly of Beach, was killed when her father,,6s car ran into the side of a Northern Pacific freight train Thursday after- noon, Feb. 14: The Ray Kukowskis of rural 3each will hold an auc- tion of all farm machinery, houeho.ld furnishings and The Golden Valley News and Billings County Pioneer have a new e-mail address: YOUR LUNGS NOW HAV: A [] [] LARGER CAPACITY TO SMILE. Thank you. North Dakota voters. The recent passage of Measure 4 means our new comprehensive smoke-free law will save lives by making all indoor public places and work places smoke-free. Now everyone in the state has the right to breathe clean, healthy air. 3oin us at m k-  AMERICAN LUNG Ll ]i II NONSMOKERS' ASSOCIATION. RIGHTS FOUNDATION 'N NOelH DAKO l& fered head and facial lacerations in a one-car accident, Sunday, Feb. 24, when Mr. Davislost control of his 1960 Ford Falcon, crashing into a telephone pole near the John Fakler farm on Highway 16. Road conditions were con- sidered responsible for the collision. Playing at the Bijou on March 3, 4 and 5: Alfred Hitchcock,A_rs ,AdRear Window,,.A starring James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey and Thelma Ritter. DEADLINES The deadline for Submitted copy and sto- ries and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 \\; Questions? Comments? Story Ideas? Let us know. how we're doing. Child care protection bill clears Senate Senate Bill 2125-informally known as "Caylee's bill," received a 44-3 favorable vote in the North Dakota Senate chambers Monday, Feb. 25. The bill places accountability on qaegligent caretakers in the case of missing or deceased children and places time requirements on report-: ing a missing or deceased child. ' The bill's prime sponsor, Sen. Tyler Axness, D-Fargo, stated that he was glad to see the bill overwhelm< ing support and looks forward to; seeing it continue in the Northl Dakota House. . - "It was great to see the chamber do the right thing today and move" legislation forward that offers further protection for real, live kids," Ax- ness said. "These are the kind of bills that can make a difference in pro- tecting children who are abused, ex- ploited or missing and make them a top,priority in our state's justice sys- tem." During committee hearings, SB 2125 was supported by several child advocacy groups including many statewide police departments and Fargo Sheriff Paul Laney. S.B. 2125 is sponsored by Sena- tors Axn.ess, Tim Mathern, D-Fargo, Stanley Lyson, R-Williston, Rep- resentatives Kathy Hogan, D-Fargo, Ed Gruchalla, D-Fargo and Andrew Maragos, R-Minot. Senators Margaret Sitte, R-Bis J marck, Tom Campbell, R-Grafton I and Gary Lee, R-C/sselton were the three nay 'votes on the bill. Your opinion is something we always want to hear. Call or contact us via phone or , our e-mail address. Golden Valley News /, . Bllhngs County Pioneer 1-701-872-3755 /