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Page 6 - Thursday, March 14, 2002 Strategy sessions during the eight grade et The seventh grade quiz bowl team (Clint Josserand, Amy Garrison, Trent Kendrick ,and Andy Anrold) preparing for action. Morgan Gerber's famous physics motion machine. Ten Star Camp Taking Applications Apphcatmns are now "" " ' Athens, TN, Commerce, being evaluated for The TX, Blacksburg, VA, TeqStar All Star Summer Basketb',il]' Camp: The Camp is by Invitation Only. Boys and Girls ages t0 - 19 are eligible to apply. Past participants include: Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Jerry Stackhouse, Grant Hill and Antawn Jamison. Players from 48 States and 7 Foreign Coumries attended the 2001 Camp. College Basketball Scholarships are possible tbr players selected to the All Ameri- can Team, Camp Loca- tions Include: Dubuque, IA, Thousand Oaks, CA, Babson Park, FL, Gaine,e, ille, GA, Champaign, IL, Greencastle, IN, Hillsdale, MI, Saint Paul; MN, Rochester, N,Y, Boiling Springs, NC, Nortfi Canton, OH, Lock Haven, PA, Bristol, RI, O|ymp[a, There is also a Team All Star Camp for School and A.A.U. Teams. Team Camp Locations Include: Thousand Oaks, CA, Babson Park, FL, Greencastle, IN, Hillsdale, MI, Boiling Spriogs, NC, Lock Ha- ven, PA, Blacksburg, VA. For a free Brochure, call (704) 568-6801 ANY- TIME. nm amWw made weighed in at 5,520 pounds and was barbecued at the Outagamle County Fairgrounds in Seymour, Wiscomdn, in 1989. THEJOHNSON l? The eighth grade quiz bowl team (Jessica Bezona, Mallory Dimitt, Casey Cook and Josh Kendrick) preparing for action. / l Andy Arnold has developed an impressive physics motion machine. e are gain- Ing an understanding of the laws of physics. p~zza, juice, illllR. Lunch - Wiener rolls, tator tots, salad/soup bar, milk Wed., Mar. 20 - Breakfast- Break 'ast burritos, juice, milk. Lunch - Burritos, Rice, beans, salad/soup bar, milk. Thurs., Mar. 14 - Fri., Mar. 15 - Spring Break Mon., Mar. 18 - Breakfast Cereal, granola bar, juice, milk. Lunch - Cook's choice. Tues., Mar. 19 - Breakfast - Breakfast [Delicious Tuna or Chicken wllit Ihreclded cheddar cheese, lefluce and Tomato, on a IcdlM) 402 E. VanMeter We support Big Brothers Big Sisters I IIII II IIII I 492-1638 PIONEER JOHNSON, KS Dodie Martin Named Honorable Mention For All NSI Junior Karen Hochstein was named first-team, alI-NS1C for the second straight sea- son. Junior Dodie Martin was selected as an hon- orable mention pick, while on the men's side sophomore Todd Klostermann was also an honorable mention selec- tion. Hochstein, a forward from Bow Valley, Neb., led the Wildcats in scor- ing and rebounding this centage (73.0). Earlier this season, Hochstein became the 1 l th Wildcat to surpass the 1,000-career point plateau. She currently has 1,181 points, which is ninth all-time. This season Hochstein made 127 free throws putting her fourth all-time at Wayne State. For her career, she has connected on 349 free throws, which is second on the career list behind seasonat 15.1 pointsand Linda Schnitzler 8.5 rebounds per game. (1985-89) with 403. In conference action, Martin, a 5-7 guard cent from the field. The Manchester, Iowa native, was 12th in loop action with a 13.7 point per game average. He was the second leading rebounder in the 8.3 boards per co He was eighth goal percentage percent) and free throw (76. ! percent). Plumbing Short Course There's a five-night short course coming up at Garden City Community College for people who want to handle home plumbing. The class is set for 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, starting March 19 and running through April 16, spon- sored by the GCCC Busi- ness and Industry Insti- Hochstein averaged 15.3 from Johnson, Kan., was points per game, fifth in second on the,team in ..tute. the NSIC. She was also both scoring (11.4 points Enrollment and infor- the fifth leading per game) and rebound- mation are available by rebounder at 8.5 re- ing (5.9 rebounds percontacting Program for do-it-' course will maintenance, plumbing system lation, commodes, pipes water tanks. The course is capacity, and take plac enrollment. part-day, short-term also available institute in the ahead, on topics from industrial bounds per game. She game). She led the team Manager Norma Jean ance, workforce D o d g e ' and computers to[ also finished eight in both with 66 assists and 42 nommAodge@gccc.cc,ks.us sional field goal percentagesteals. (48.2) and freethrow per- Martin was the 14thor 620-275-3232; or Ad- personal leading scorer (11.3 ministrative Secretary Grade School points per game) and the Jessica Barbo, 1 Menu l lth leading rebounder jessica.barbo@gccc.cc.ks.us rHF MOVIES (6.0 rebounds per game) or 620-276-9647. Ulysses, Thurs., Mar. 14 - Fri., in the Northern Sun. She Sam Ortiz, a veteran 356-1732 Mar. 15-Spring Break was also 12th in steals member of the GCCC (1.62 per game) and maintenance staff, will eighth in three-point per- teach the class. Designed Mon., Mar. 18 - Breakfast - Cereal, granola bar, juice, milk. Lunch - Trojan surprise, tossed salad, fruit, veg- etable, milk. centage (35.9 percent). Klostermann, a 6-6 sophomore forward, was last season's NSIC New- Tues., Mar. 19 - comer of the Year. This Breakfast- Breakfast , pizza, juice, milk. Lunch season he led the Cats in t99 -Tacci salad, fruit, veg- scoring and rebounding etable, cinn. bread, milk. at 13,8 points per game ,, Wed., Mar. 20 - and 7.3 rebounds per Breakfast - Breakfastgame. He also led the burritos, juice, milk. team, shooting 48.4 per- Lunch - Wiener rolls, tossed salad, fruit, veg- etable, cookie, milk. Open at 7:30 Previews 7:45 8:00 IN DOLB~ Fri.. Tues, March 15 - lg Tuesday is Trojan Bulletin Schedule Of, Events -~,: March 11th - 15th Spring Break Friday, March 22nd Manter GS Bingo, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 26th " 1PEA League Quiz Bowl at Syracuse, 3:00 p,m Wednesday, March 27th HPEA Forensics at Satanta, 8:00 a.m. Friday, March 29th No School - Easter Break Tuesday, April 2nd HS Track at SWH Wednesday, April 3rd HPL League Art Show at Hugoton, 10:00 a.m. HPL Meeting at Hugoton, 12:30 p.m. Thrusday, April 4th MS TR at Elkhart, 3:00 p.m. V Golf at Cimarron, 1:00 p.m. Saturday, April 6th ACT Tests, 7:45 a.m. Regional Music - Solos & Ensembles This page sponsored by: Beiker Crop Consulting Mid-America Sprayers, Inc. Big R Pioneer Electric Puffy's Pizza First National Bank Gary Adams Construction John Denney Construction Johnson State Bank Main Street Laundromat Stanton County Implement Waldron Pharmacy Western Feed Yard Inc. Western Shelter Insurance Winger Feedyard, Inc. 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