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January 13, 2010
Power outages no longer a problem
By Jedidiah Maynes equipment known as submersible transformers. These and Avista was able to replace the transformers with new
of The Pathfinder old transformers had been in the ground for so long that above-ground boxes.
Physical Plant Director Matt Graves wasn’t even sure how At 7 a.m. on January 5, Avista cut the power to Clark
Last semester, several power outages shocked the LCSC long they had been there. Avista Utilities, the owners Hall and Spalding Hall, replaced the transformers, and had
campus. Students from Clark Hall were without power of the transformers, were able to replace the outdated the power back on by 10:30 AM. Graves is confident that
for an entire day and were allowed to use rooms that the equipment during winter break. this problem won’t happen again to Clark or Spalding.
school rented out in the Red Lion Hotel for a place to “It should take care of a longstanding problem,” said However, Graves did point out that there are still
study. Graves who had previously stated that the campus was submersible transformers used for Talkington Hall and
The problem, which caused at least three transformers on “borrowed time” with the old transformers. Despite the Daycare Center/International Studies building.
to blow on and around campus, was caused by old being unsure of how long the replacement transformers “Avista is well aware [of the transformers],” said Graves.
would last, they were able to last the rest of the semester “At some point in time they will be replaced.”
LCSC MLK Day of Service
Press Release - on the King Holiday, and throughout the year.
The Lewis-Clark Service Corps is coordinating the LCSC Martin Luther
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Life's most urgent and King, Jr. Day of Service and would like to invite any and all members of
persistent question is: what are you doing for others?" the Lewiston-Clarkston community to register as a volunteer.
On January 18, Americans across the country will answer The MLK Day of Service will take place on Monday, January
that question by joining with their neighbors to serve their 18, 2010. Volunteers will meet on the LCSC campus at 10:00
communities as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. King a.m. They will be broken up into teams and given a challenge
Day of Service. Lewis-Clark State College invites you to (a service project) to complete for a non-profit or human
join us as we participate in a Day of Service here in the service organization in the community and sent out into
Lewis-Clark Valley. the community to do good work. It will be a day of service,
During his life, Dr. King challenged us to build a more honoring Dr. King’s life and mission. We will come back to
perfect union and taught us that everyone has a role to play in campus at 4 p.m. to share stories, warm up and celebrate our
making America what it ought to be. Forty years later, we still have accomplishments!
work to do to realize Dr. King's dream of equality and opportunity for To register as a volunteer or to find out more, email Project
all. The needs are great, many Americans are hurting, and government Coordinator, Breanne Durham, at email@example.com or call 208-792-
can't do it alone. We need citizens to help renew our nation though service 2194.
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Opinion January 13,2010
From the editors
I can’t believe it’s Spring semester. It could be that I’m in a
So I’m lying in bed on Saturday Of course a serial killer probably
constant state of denial, or that the weather this year has been night; I’ve just put my book down wouldn’t sneak noiselessly into m y
so wonky that my internal clock is off, but either way, Spring and I’m half-awake thinking about apartment only to let out an erotic
semester 2010 is here. the kinds of things one thinks about; “uhhhn yeah.”
Loren stepped down last semester as Editor and I am so Jim’s so funny, how did they ever find him My entire face perks up as the
glad that Jed Maynes has agreed to step up as Assistant Editor. for that part? I wonder if I was dating Jim, sounds escalate and I understand what
We have some great ideas for the paper and are really looking could I convince him to grow a beard? He it is; my downstairs neighbors. The
forward to the semester. had one in Away We Go, but... “Uhhhhn neighbors who listen to their techno/
As always, if you have anything to say to us, send us an yeah!” rap/hip-hop so they can hear it above
email, we love to hear from you. The Pathfinder meetings are The voice came from my apartment, their vacuum/blow dryer/children.
on Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. in SUB 201. If you’re interested in I was sure of it. The neighbors who, I swear, watch
Ever since I was a kid, I have been Armageddon and Independence
writing, photography or cartooning and want free pizza, join us;
incessantly afraid of someone breaking Kasi Klimes of Day simultaneously every night with
we’d love to have you. into my place. I used to listen to the surround sound. I am listening to my
Have a great semester everyone; keep reading your The Pathfinder
creaks of our old house and stare at neighbors, whom I have never even
Pathfinder. my ceiling, my eyes as wide as I could met, but know more about their lives
Amy make them, imagining masked murderers in striped than they do, have sex.
jumpsuits coming into my home and killing all of At first I lay there in disbelief, laughing. Of course
us. Even now when the pipes moan a little during they have loud sex, they do everything loud! I hear
a shower my eyes snap open and I freeze, listening every aspect of their life; it’s only fitting I should be
Please Hold Your Applause Until After the Editorial for the husky voice of a stone-cold killer outside my
bathroom door. See Noise, page 4
Hello, my name is Jedidiah Maynes, and I will be the new Assistant
Editor of the Pathfinder. Some of you may already be familiar with me
and some of you may be wondering “who’s this chump?” No worries, I
DOODLING IN CLASS
often ask myself the same question.
Amy thought it would be good for me to introduce myself, so I’m
going to do the best I can. I’ve been working for the Pathfinder for a year
now as a journalist and more recently as the Senior Sports Columnist
(I gave myself that title). Speaking of sports, did anybody see that Green
Bay and Arizona playoff game on Sunday? How often does a game end
with the quarterback kicking the ball into the hands of a defender who
then runs to the endzone for the winning touchdown?
But I digress. Some of you may also know that my brother is the
manager of the college radio station, KLCZ. Is this some sort of
government conspiracy? Probably not. Is this some sort of German
mafia family conspiracy? Most likely. What does this have to do with
Have a nice semester.
The Pathfinder Staff
Jedidiah Maynes.........................................................Assistant Editor
Kaitlin Cushman..............................................................Staff Writer
Katy McAlary....................................................................Staff Writer
Kasi Klimes.......................................................................Staff Writer
Jamie Chan.............................................................Business Manager
Brian Beesley...........................................................................Adviser By S.D. Maynes
January 13, 2010 The Pathfinder 3
“Seasick” by Dave Fisher
1. Fundamental values
6. New Zealander
9 9 8
14. Brit. general who captured
Detroit (War of 1812 )
15. Modern Persia 3 7 9 5 4
16. See 57 down
17. Maritime migraine? 7 5 8 4 6
20. Nothing to write home about 2 3 4 1
21. Part of AD
22. Valleys 4 8 6 3
23. Paternity determiner
24. Had arugula 6 3 5 2
25. Papier __
29. Grand arranger gets canned? 5
3 3 6 8 1
35. His __ (style choice)
37. Woman of order 8 1 3 4 2
39. Waterfront feature 7 4 2
40. "Amerika" author
42. Green in Grenoble
43. Inst. where Clinton taught law
45. Bruce __; Gyro Captain in for example 32. Overturn 8 9 5
Mad Max 2 3. Takes most 33. Pusher's antagonist
47. Part of Poseidon's table 4. Quatro y quatro 34. Rearrange 5 1 2
setting? 5. Eclectic Jamaican music 36. Type of shoot
50. A dervish has it 6. Hold for gold? 41. Pit opener 9
51. What__ (doodad) 7. You can chip with it 46. Butter ration
52. Farm resident perhaps 8. Koresh holed up here 48. Metal tooth 5 9 6
54. Folksinger Billy 9. Red means losses 49. They clutch arrows on a dollar
57. Christiana today 10. Ponder Pisces? 53. Negative conjunction 3 6 4
59. Odyssey 11. Pointless weapon 54. Dull
63. Turner married 7 times 12. It can be up and down 55. Dart 1 9 2 7
64. Flipper does it deliberately? 13. Closes 56. Entry fee
66. Play opener 18. Level for a martial artist 57. With 16 across, the start of 7 3
67. Image on a computer desktop 22. Pontiac's 'Car of the Year' in many tales
68. In a state of wonder 1965 58. Catch sight of 1 5 9
69. Mind 23. __ Spiegel (German daily) 59. Some restaurant orders
70. Permits 24. Kournikova and Karenina 60. Arabian note 6 1 3 7
71. Coral, e.g. 25. Do a closing time chore 61. WWW 007?
1. Falls back
26. Popular Web font
27. Lobster claw
28. It helps deaf fishermen?
62. __ up (maintain)
64. Roughneck's quest
65. Baby food
2. Cream or The Pointer Sisters, 30. Supra's opposite
31. Pelagic diving bird
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a part of this as well. My amusement quickly fades as the anger sets in.
From Noise, page 2 First of all, it’s one in the morning and I would like to get to sleep before
my nightcap wears off.
Secondly, you live in an apartment building, downstairs neighbors. When a person lives in an apartment
building, they have to understand that banging a fist against the wall and screaming “yes,” among other
unpublishable exclamations, just isn’t an appropriate pastime.
Thirdly, you have children! Kudos on waiting until one in the morning to do the deed, I respect that,
but do you overdose them on cough syrup before you tuck them in? If not, they’re awake. They’re awake
and horrified and wishing masked bad guys in striped jumpsuits would come in and take them out of their
The real problem is, I have no idea how to deal with this. I hate confrontation, and I had already
considered leaving a friendly little note on their door asking them to quiet the hell down and stop using my
extra parking space, but is this something a person can just jot down on a cute piece of stationary?
“Dear downstairs neighbors, please stop... you know... sexing so loud.”
I remembered my mother telling me about her neighbors when she lived in a duplex and how, on almost
a weekly basis, she’d wake up listening to 600 pounds of love, so I called her to ask her what she did. “Well,”
she said “I just pounded on the wall... and they shut right up.” Thanks mom, but I’d have to stomp around
my bedroom and they probably wouldn’t even hear me. Also, I’m not a psycho.
While I was editing this, I tried reading out loud, very loud down the air vent in my room. Maybe they
got the picture, but I’m not going down to ask. For now, the only resolution I can come up with is to invest
in some ear plugs and try to turn my imagination off and that, I’m afraid, might be the end of the story.
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January 13,2010 The Pathfinder 5
Did you know... Humor
Bob was in trouble. He forgot his wedding anniversary. His wife was
...The world’s termites outweigh
She told him “Tomorrow morning, I expect to find a gift in the
the world’s humans 10 to 1. driveway that goes from zero to 200 in six seconds AND IT BETTER BE
The next morning he got up early and left for work. When his wife woke
Useful Information up, she looked out the window and sure enough there was a box
gift-wrapped, in the middle of the driveway.
Outreach Centers Distance Learning Confused, the wife put on her robe and ran out to the driveway and then brought
Monday, Wednesday, Friday the box back into the house.
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Grangeville Tuesday, Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
She opened it and found a brand new bathroom scale.
Louise Stolz, Coordinator Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
208-983-2164 Sam Glenn Complex Rm. 212 Bob has been missing since Friday.
www.lcsc.edu/cp/gville Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday Math Lab
10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lapwai 5-7 p.m. Monday and Wednesday
Meriwether Lewis Hall, Room 115
Kay Kidder, coordinator 2-3 tutors are on staff to assist students .
Monday - Friday
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Sam Glenn Complex, Room 205
Monday - Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m
1112 7th Street
Danielle Hardy, Coordinator
(208) 476-5731 Spalding Hall Room 115
Monday 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
www.lcsc.edu/cp/orofino Tuesday 8:30- a.m.1 p.m.
and 3 to 5 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and 3:00-5:00
Thursday 9a.m-10:00, 10:30-1:00, and
Wednesday and Friday
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Friday 8a.m. to 12 p.m.
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Sam Glenn Complex, Room 205
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Arts & Entertainment
6 January 13, 2010
From extinction to redemption; a new look at vampires
By Katy McAlary once were.
of The Pathfinder Though “Daybreakers” is
similar to “Dracula” regarding
Where there is one great a vampire’s strengths and
idea, there are always people weaknesses, the film was more
who believe they can contribute correlative to the depiction of
to that same idea, tweak it and vampires in “Twilight” in regard
ultimately switch up some details to the differently colored eyes
in order to put their own spin on and ultimately having a choice to
it. Hence, the numerous movies be good or evil.
with like concepts pop out of the In “Twilight,” Edward Cullen,
theatre in thematic droves. even though he was turned into
For instance, there was a a vampire and therefore is an
definite theme when “Troy,” innately evil being, chooses to be
“Alexander” and “King Arthur” good rather than evil. Likewise,
all came out within the same Edward Dalton, played by Ethan
year. All three of these films are Hawke, is a man who didn’t
set in similar time frames (mostly choose to become a vampire.
depicting the medieval or ancient He was turned against his will
times), with similar epic storylines and refuses to drink any human
and a plethora of battle scenes. blood.
Nothing was more popular than Lionsgate
Dr. Daltion is a hematologist
the heroic story intertwining trying to find a solution to the
Ethan Hawke as Edward Daltion seeks vampire cure.
bravery and honor with romance blood shortage; he is attempting
and fantasy. strengths and weaknesses the driving sharp objects through their main purpose now is to to create a blood substitute, not
At present, the vampire monster can have with little to their chests); they also can gain satiate the vampires’ hunger. only to give vampires the blood
epidemic is sweeping the no consistencies, the evil factor strength and youth once they’ve Even though the tables have they need to survive, but also
cinematic and literary spheres. remains the same; vampires are fed off of humans. turned and the vampires are the to steer vampires away from
With the convergence of intended to be creatures of the Though in most vampire ones in control, humans are the murdering humans in order to
“Twilight” as a national bestseller dark. stories, these creatures of the key to their survival; therefore, replenish the human race. Hence,
and a blockbuster hit, movies Though “Twilight” has night are a rare breed that must the vampires risk extinction if the line is drawn between good
such as “The Vampire’s Assistant” endowed vampires with go into hiding in order to escape they keep depleting the remaining vampires and bad vampires when
and “New Moon,” TV shows like limitless powers and basically from or cope with every day humans’ blood supply. some choose their own blood lust
“True Blood” and several new no weaknesses, the new film society; that is not the case in Even though the vampire over humanity and others fight to
teenage vampire book series have “Daybreakers” has stayed closer “Daybreakers.” theme is overdone, I have to save the last remaining humans.
obviously piqued the interest of to the strengths and weaknesses The world has evolved into a give props for this idea. It’s I think the creativity of this
the human psyche. similar to that of Bram Stoker’s vampire-dominated one where definitely an interesting concept film progressively blossoms more
Though the “tweaking” of the “Dracula.” Just as in Stoker’s only five percent of the human that the monsters symbolizing and more in each scene. So many
vampire has recently become novel, vampires cannot see their population remains. The human inhumanity and evil have risen solutions are put forth as to how
inanely ludicrous considering reflection, can be killed fairly race is rapidly becoming an above the human race and
simply (via decapitation and endangered species considering cripple the very beings they
the writer can decide what See Vampires, page 7
Write and submit a letter to the editor at
January 13, 2010 The Pathfinder 7
Food for thought
Roosters Landing is
Rooster was pretty bland, and the sauce to pasta ratio
located in Clarkston right
’s Land was way off. There was way too
by the river, in fact, it’s much sauce and not
known for its waterfront nearly enough pasta. We deliver to
view and dining area. Roosters’ There were hardly any your dorm room!
has a bunch of different food choices that ranges mushrooms and the
from steak to seafood to pasta and chicken that I added
even soup and salad. There are to it was full of ligaments and it Order one of our
also a very wide variety of adult was bland as well. So in short, I delicious pizzas
beverages as well.
When I walked into the
would not order this dish again.
But the soup that came before
restaurant, there was so much going it was amazing. It was a beef
on with the décor that I didn’t and barley and veggie soup that
quite know what to do with myself. was made from scratch and was
There were so many different things amazing. I am thinking of just
to look at and things that all fit into ordering the soup next time and
the genre of river/water but they just leaving my dining experience 12” one topping pizza with two 24 oz.
didn’t really go together. Maybe I at that. drinks and breadsticks
am being a little over critical, but it The service made up for
just didn’t really make sense. It did the lack of flavor in the food.
give me something to look at, but Our server had personality and
I don’t think that was really what Alex Ready knew the menu well, and could
they were going for. of The Pathfinder probably recite it if someone
Something to mention aside forgot their glasses or something.
from the décor was the amazing I was pretty amazed. To sum it all
view! There was so much to see and the river and up, if you want to look at a beautiful view, have a
surrounding area was beautiful to watch. Now I glass of wine or beer or something else, and have
am sure you could decide to go to a restaurant to some excellent service then this is the place to
see a view, but you might want to focus more on
The menu at Roosters has about a million
go. Heck, you could even get the pasta, and keep
the parsley and take it home for later. Thanks for
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the kitchen, but it did take a while for our food
death – and no, they don’t sparkle; that’s just a fallacy – and how they
to come out. Now I would love to be able to say
can actually transform back into a human.
that the food was well worth the wait, but sad
Being somewhat of a vampire connoisseur, I have to say that I’ve
to say, it wasn’t nearly as good as I expected.
never seen any stories where a vampire can actually go back to being a
The plate was full of parsley, enough to season
human; I’m very impressed that someone actually thought about that
a whole pot of soup with it. It was messy to eat
as an option.
around, and it dusted the table with it. The pasta
I just want to throw out an idea here: Perhaps this ability to
regress back from a damned figure to a “pure” form mirrors Christ’s
forgiveness in the new testament. Just as the fact stands that no person
is entirely evil and they can always be forgiven, so too can vampires who
are marked with permanent damnation have the option of having their
evil wiped away and given a second chance. It’s just a thought.
“Flirting: When a man chases a woman until she catches him.” Aside from all of the blood, I enjoyed “Daybreakers.” Ultimately, I
thought it was a very original movie and I would recommend it to any
~Anonymous of you who claim to be vampire junkies; but if you’re just a Twilighter,
you probably won’t like it. You must be an avid lover of the vampire
genre in order to appreciate this one!
8 The Pathfinder January 13, 2010
LCSC has 904 students make fall honor roll
Press Release Greene, Tom Hamrin, Vallenthia Holly Bonnalie, Tara Bren, Mark
Johnson, Stacey Kelley, Leanna Brink, Devon Brown, Taylor ALASKA DEAN’ LIST
LCSC has 904 students make Lauer, Katherine Marck, Eric Brown, Tiffany Brown, Matthew
fall honor roll Pemberton, Stephanie Steward, Carlson, Ross Carlton, Ariel PALMER Brandi Day IDAHO
Lewis-Clark State College had Patricia Withycombe Carmichael, Jennifer Centenari, WASILLA Alexa Craviotto
904 students make either the COTTONWOOD Lauren Natosha Chason, Kyle Cooper, AMERICAN FALLS Ashley
President’s List or Dean’s List for Chmelik, Kelsey Marker, Kerry Christy Creutzberg, Tanya Crow, ARIZONA Cassell.
the 2009 Fall semester, according to McKinstry, Anna Osborne, Maria Jennifer Cutlip, Lisa Davis, Danielle BLISS Bradley Gough.
the college’s Registrar’s Office. Osborne, Alexa Prigge, Emily Diaz, Lance Dice, Dana Douthit, MESA Natasha Rudolph BOISE Alexander Adams,
The 904 students making the Rehder Rebecca Edmonson, Mary Egeland, Carissa Bergquist, Victoria Brewer,
list marks the highest total honored CRAIGMONT Hannah Tara Eikum, Jestine Estes, Sarina CALIFORNIA Michelle Cowman, Caitlin Geibel,
during the past decade and also Severson Fairbanks, Annie Faulkner, Jody Brittney Lipple, Lauren McCurdy,
believed to be the highest in school CULDESAC Myra Campbell, Fegert, Jennifer Feucht, Kim Fong, SAN FRANCISCO Jia Guo Kelly-Rae Meyer, Scott Mooney,
history. Michelle Mendenhall, Michael Grant Fowler, Robert Franklin, Amber Stafford, Ryan Stewart.
A total of 430 students made the Wasson Brent Frei, Stephen Funder burg, COLORADO BONNERS FERRY Heather
President’s List and 474 made the DALTON GARDENS Garrett Bethany Gallo, Mukta Gautam Olmsted, Janelle Robbins, Katrina
Dean’s List during the semester. Flower, Anulese Kennedy, Jared (dhakal), Lonny Gehring, Susette CARBONDALE Amanda Wastl.
During the 2008 Fall semester, Wuest Gleason, Brandon Graham, Seubert BOVILL Stephanie Shook.
LCSC had 832 students earn DEARY Dewain Espy, Heidi Diana Groseclose-Larabee, Amber COLORADO SPRINGS Jessie CALDWELL Crystal Burrows,
honors. Hardin Gulliksen, Sean Hagan, Terrie Gulsvig Keri Smith.
To qualify for the President’s DECLO Carla Hill Hall, Casey Hampton, Christopher CATALDO Barbara Minton.
List, students must have at least a EAGLE Anthony Smith Harding, Delaney Hartwig, MINNESOTA COTTONWOOD Emily
3.75 grade point average for the EMMETT Dane Burge Nicholas Hasenoehrl, Arlene Lerandeau, Chase Nuxoll, Lynette
semester and take at least 12 graded FRUITLAND Zachary Fabricius Hawk, Andrew Herres, Anna Hill, GREEN ISLE Joel Evenson Rehder, Kimberly Schaeffer.
credits in level 100 or above classes. GARDEN VALLEY Stephaney Bradley Hobson, Kyle Hobson, CRAIGMONT Spencer
The Dean’s List uses the same Williamson Mark Hobson, Nicholas Hobson, MONTANA Thomason.
requirements but students must GRANGEVILLE Shannon Browne, Darren Byers, Collin CULDESAC Kayla Dau, Cody
have a 3.25-3.749 GPA. Moudy, Amanda Slagle, Joseph Castellaw, Christina Crowder, BOZEMAN Emily Conder Dawes, Theresa Leonard.
Note: Idaho, Washington, and Tosten Matthew Eaton, Tawny Galles, DALTON GARDENS Keith
Oregon are listed first among the HAILEY David Mark Keesje Holmes, Bryce Kammers, UTAH Fuqua, Mathew Hague, Reuben
states. The remaining states are HAYDEN Gina Baez, Catherine Breann Klinginsmith, Jessica Rodriguez.
listed in alphabetical order, followed Bailey, Teah Beckman, Bryce Lund, Lounsberry, Nathan Lumper, Kane KEARNS Joshua Shrewsbury DESMET Brittany Wagner.
by countries outside of the United Danielle McCullough, Cameron Magden, Naomi Maier, Deanna EAGLE Nicolas Ford, Joni
States. Neely, Edward O’Hara, Mark McAuliffe, Shannon McCullough, WYOMING Gillihan, Mercydes Ham, Connor
Also, hometowns listed are Peterson, Laura Sanborn Aimee McElroy, Sophia Miraglio, McCracken.
provided by the students under HAYDEN LAKE Marlene Richard Muszynski, James Olson, GREEN RIVER â€“ Jenika Bird EDEN Maria Banuelos.
the permanent address on their Sproul Arya Rahimi, Lindsay Reade, Jody FERDINAND Casandra
registration forms. IDAHO FALLS Magally Lora Reynolds, Jaclyn Sinclair, Steven FOREIGN COUNTRIES Schaeffer.
INDIAN VALLEY Benjamin Taylor, Heather Tippin, Ethan FRUITLAND Jarrad
PRESIDENT’S LIST Drury Wilson, Austin Wolf, Brayton CANADA Alana Norris, Felgenhauer.
JULIAETTA Keri Groseclose Zipse William Thorp. GENESEE Clay Long.
IDAHO KAMIAH Eric Johnson, KENNEWICK Lindsay Scott GOODING Joshua Morris.
Cheryl Morris, Lucas Olson, Lisa LAKE STEVENS Keicia CHINA Baoyao Huang, Rong GRANGEVILLE Valary Gano,
BLANCHARD Loren Landrus Summers, Nathan Uhlorn, Ashley Schmidt Yang Cheyenne Hudson, Alyssa Johnson,
BOISE Paige Frohock, Sarah Winterringer, Nathanial Wood LOON LAKE Joel Kohlstedt Jake Meyer, Sean Meyer, Wade
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Alexander, Kaja Anderson-Howard, Barker, Danielle Barrett, Leann PORTLAND Christopher SE Hoon Oh IDAHO FALLS Andrew
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Utke. Melissa Norton, Kyle Orton, Aimee Pommerening, Karen Zurfluh. Anthony, Andy Bowman, Kelli CANYON LAKE Jake Eccles.
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Kendra Lehmann. Packwood, Alyssa Palmer, Chelsea Gunderson. Dixon, Kimberly Ellman, Jesse FRESNO Zechariah Evangelho.
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Johnson, Heather Johnson, Jacob NOTUS Eric Wilbur. Blayden, Kayla Burke, Cameron SCAPPOOSE Rebecca Rafferty. Masami Nakamura, Yuri Narita.
Johnson, Kara Johnson, Benjamin OROFINO Amber Crutcher, Burton, Cory Charlo, Dustin Cook, THE DALLES Lincoln Gay.
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Katzenberger, Ryan Kegler, Renee Bobbi Flowers, Dawn Frost, Alexandrea Elson, Jason Erickson,
Kelley, Victoria Killian, Tyler Chrystal Graham, Wendy Green, Robert Ferrigno, Laurel Flerchinger, ALASKA PHILIPPINES Genie Almoro.
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Sports January 13, 2010
Good Defense Helps Warriors Win Conference Opener
Press Release posters. A slow start on Thursday put Lewis-Clark State down 15-11
about halfway through the first half, but a 17-2 Warrior run secured
The Lewis-Clark State College women’s basketball team scored 20 the home team a 38-25 lead at the half.
points off of turnovers in the second half to push past the University of Marissa Skogen came up big for the Argos as she finished with a
Great Falls 78-50 in its first Frontier Conference game of the season on double-double of 15 points and 12 rebounds to go with her four steals
Thursday. LCSC’s defense forced the Argos to commit 26 turnovers. and three assists. Skogen was the only Argo to reach double digits in
Jasmine Stohr and Kirsi Voshell led the Warriors with 13 points scoring.
apiece. Voshell carried the load in the first half with 11 points and six LCSC shot 47.2 percent overall and 54.5 percent (6-of-11) from
rebounds, and Stohr and Lauren Daling led with eight points apiece behind the arc, compared to 34 percent and 15.4 percent for the
in the second half. Daling came off the bench to collect 10 points on Argos.
2-of-3 shooting from 3-point territory. Thanks to eight rebounds from Fierro and seven from both Kenna
The win lifts LCSC to 15-2 overall and 1-0 in conference play, while Reiter and Nichole Miller, LCSC outrebounded UGF 41-31 and
the Argos fall to 3-10 and 0-1. The Warriors will be back in action at finished with 34 points in the paint and 31 second chance points. The
the Activity Center on Saturday when they take on Montana State Argos had only four second chance points, and 16 in the paints.
University-Northern at 6 p.m. Besides helping out under the basket, Reiter also kept LCSC’s
Fans can gain free admittance to Saturday’s men’s and women’s offense moving with team highs of seven assists and three steals. LCSC
Warrior basketball games by donating two cans of food at the main LCSC Photo finished with 11 steals.
entrance. Saturday is also Warrior Poster Night during which fans are Kirsi Voshell finished with 13 points An off night at the charity stripe kept LCSC from making the final
invited to meet the Warrior players after the games and receive signed and seven rebounds against Great
score a lot more lopsided. The Warriors came into the game shooting
74.9 percent from the foul line, but shot only 57.9 percent (22-of-38).
LCSC men fall to MSU-Northern LCSC Women’s Basketball Team
Takes Down Skylights 67-51
Senior guard Andrew Sellers led a 3-point first-half barrage and then scored seven points during a critical Press Release
time in the second half to help Montana State University-Northern defeat Lewis-Clark State College 68-51
in Frontier Conference play at the LCSC Activity Center on Saturday night. Holding its opponent to less than 55 points for the fourth
Sellers, a lanky 6-foot-4 shooting guard, buried his first four 3-pointers and helped the Lights hit 9-of-13 straight game, the Lewis-Clark State College women’s basketball
3-point shots in the first half for a big 44-26 advantage. team’s offense caught fire in the second half and left Montana
In the second half, L-C rallied to cut the margin to 55-45 with a little more than eight minutes left, but State University-Northern in the dust. The Warriors overcame the
Sellers scored the next seven points for the Lights to help his team push the lead to 62-47 with 5:38 left. Skylights 67-51 on Saturday night to extend their winning streak to
Sellers finished with a game-high 25 points on 10-of-16 shooting from the field, including 4-of-7 at the nine.
3-point line. He also added five rebounds, three blocked shots, two steals and an assist. With the win the Warriors, who were picked to win the Frontier
Sellers’ performance helped MSU-Northern earn a split on the opening weekend of conference play. The Conference in the league’s annual preseason coaches’ poll, are now
Lights are now 13-5 overall and 1-1 in conference play, while L-C falls to 10-6 and 1-1. 16-2 overall and 2-0 in conference play. MSU-Northern falls to 9-9
The contest was tight early as L-C junior guard Jared Giammona hit a 3-point to give the Warriors a 10-8 and 0-2.
lead at the 13:38 mark. That would be the Warriors’ final lead as the Lights answered with a 19-4 run. 12 Saturday’s contest featured multiple scoring streaks, but the
points during the run came on 3-pointers, including three from Sellers. Warriors second half run ended up being too much for the Skylights
Justin Dennis, Devin Jackson, and Eric Tisby all hit 3-pointers during the final four minutes of the first to surmount. Thanks to stiff defense and the jump shot of Jasmine
half as Northern used a 13-5 run to make an 18 point halftime margin. Stohr the Warriors rolled to a 12-2 lead within the first five minutes,
In the second half, the Warriors were able to adjust defensively and held MSU-Northern to 0-for-5 from however, MSU-Northern responded with a 12-2 streak of their own
the 3-point line. LCSC outscored the Lights 25-24, but never could get things going on offense. to knot the game at 14-14 with 11:23 left in the half.
L-C played the game short-handed as starting guard Daniel Williams didn’t play because of a hamstring The remainder of the first half went back and forth. The Skylights
injury and starting point guard Terrell Wallace played limited minutes because of an ankle injury. That left held a one point advantage on two occasions, and the Warriors were
the Warriors with only seven healthy bodies. able to climb to a 6-point lead, but the half closed with the Warriors
Markus Monroe led the Warriors in scoring with 15 points. He also had four assists, three rebounds, a up 28-26.
block and a steal. Derek Gianukakis, a 6-4 junior forward, led all players with a season-high 11 rebounds, After being tied 30-30 at around three minutes into the second
while Giammona added 12 points and three assists. half, LCSC’s offense settled in to go on a 21-4 run and bring the
MSU-Northern, which shot 63 percent from the field in the first half, finished the game 26-of-44 for score to 53-34 with 7:37 left in regulation.
59 percent and 9-of-18 from the 3-point line. L-C was 18-of58 from the field, 31 percent, and 3-of-12 at The Warriors
the 3-point line, 25 percent. The Warriors did have a 33-26 rebounding edge thanks to a 17-4 advantage in offense in the second
offensive rebounds. half compared to its See Take down , page 12
L-C will play Montana-Western in Dillon on Friday and then Montana Tech in Butte on Saturday. performance in the
January 13,2010 The Pathfinder 11
I have to admit that I never really liked women’s •The LCSC men fall to menacing looking threat, but after he blows by
basketball until this year. Up until the 2009-2010 10-6 on the season after a defenders and starts smiling and laughing as he
season, all I knew about women’s hoops was that home loss to the 13-5 MSU- usually does, it’s hard to ignore his presence.
Lisa Leslie was the best, and the University of Northern men. From what Players like Monroe need to be utilized,
Connecticut was unbeatable. Now I know more than I have seen of this Warrior especially when they play with as much vigor as
that: I know that Lisa Leslie was the best, UConn is team, they do not lack size, Monroe does.
still the best, and LCSC is pretty damn entertaining. talent, or depth. What they • While they are only #37 in the nation in
There’s been a lot of hoops action for both the lack is a serious sense of offense, the Warrior women currently have the
men and women during this winter break. Jasmine responsibility. At a home #3 defense in the nation. Let me use the old
Stohr and Markus Monroe are proving to be the game, I caught a glimpse of a sports mantra to summarize why the Warriors
most enticing players to watch, both for their skill Great Falls player hitting an are so good: defense wins championships.
and their love of the game. Stohr and Monroe appear easy lay-in, clearly the result Of course, this does not apply to all sports,
to have a lot of fun on the court and that’s important of a missed assignment. although bowling would be very interesting with
in the game of basketball. I bet they have even more Jed Maynes Instead of shaking it off and defensive players.
fun than Rosie O’Donnel at an all-you-can-eat buffet. of The Pathfinder continuing the game, a slew • Former Warrior John Foster has been named
Now let’s break down some sports… of Warriors were caught the head coach of the Lehman College baseball
• The LCSC women had a series of home under the basket literally program. Lehman is a NCAA division III
games during the break, including a four pointing fingers and giving college located in West Bronx, New York.
game run where they held opponents to 55 dirty looks, hardly the behavior of a responsible Congratulations to Foster and the Warrior
points or less. The Warrior women are now team. I hate to rag on these guys because I know baseball program; just another reason to prove
16-2 on the season and are currently leading the that they want to win badly, and even more so why they are consistently the best.
Frontier Conference with a two game lead over than I do, but if they want to have a chance at • In other New York news, hundreds of New
Westminster College. Look for the Warriors to winning the Frontier Conference, the finger- Yorkers stripped down to their skibbies for the
move up from their current #11 spot into the pointing must stop. ninth annual No Pants Subway Ride. There
top ten with the newest rankings, due Monday • Markus Monroe currently leads the Frontier appears to be no other reason for this aside from
(yes, I know that it will be Wednesday by the Conference in scoring. If there is one thing that peer pressure and the sheer freedom of riding
time you read this, but I’m probably too lazy to I can always look forward to at men’s games, pant-less on a subway… another thumbs up for
fix it by now). it is the talent of Monroe. He is not the most American society.
From Take down, page 11 first
LCSC Cross Country Team Signs First
Recruit in Olson
better ball control, better passing, and a better shooting
percentage. LCSC was tagged with only one turnover in
the second half, collected 12 assists on 16 field goals, and
shot 51.1 percent in the second half after shooting 40.7 Press Release
percent in the first.
Overall, LCSC outshot MSUN 46.6 percent to 32.6 The Lewis-Clark State College women’s cross country team has signed its first recruit for the 2010 season in
percent, and was on the better side of the 36-16 points AnnieKate Olson of Nome High School in Alaska.
scored in the paint ratio. The Skylights proved their Olson was the top runner for the Nome High squad and won the Region I North title.
rebounding worth by scoring 18 second chance points Olson is being coached by former Warrior Jeff Collins, who has high praises for Olson.
and outrebounding LCSC 37-31. “[Collins] understands our program and what it takes to be successful here, so his words of confidence in her mean
In what was a very balanced team effort, Kenna Reiter, a lot when it comes to our expectations and her future success in the program,” L-C coach Mike Collins said. “With
for the first time this season, finished as LCSC’s high the team losing only three seniors we are being very particular about the new runners we welcome into our family,
scorer as she shot 7-of-11 to claim 16 points. Reiter also led and we believe AnnieKate will fit in very well.”
her team with seven rebounds and five assists. Finishing Coach Collins says the Alaska cross country season is shorter because of the weather so he’s excited to see how
right behind Reiter was Stohr who collected 14 points, she does when she has the opportunity to run year-round in Lewiston to help her develop and compete at the next
six rebounds, and four assists. Stohr was 6-of-10 from the level.
field and also had a game high three steals. Olson plans to major in either Humanities or Social Work at LCSC.
Kirsi Voshell had four of LCSC’s six blocks in the The L-C women’s team has won three consecutive Frontier Conference titles and placed 15th at the NAIA national
game. The Warriors, who average 5.5 swats a night, came meet last year.
into the contest ranked seventh in the NAIA in blocks
Zivile Gaizutyte headed MSU-Northern’s efforts with Upcoming Games:
11 points and 10 rebounds. Katie Kuntz added 10 points
and four rebounds. January 15: Women’s Basketball at Montana-Western (Dillon, MT) 4:30 PM
The Warriors next games will come on the road. LCSC Men’s Basketball at Montana-Western (Dillon, MT) 6:30 PM
plays the University of Montana Western on Friday, and January 16: Women’s Basketball at Montana Tech (Butte, MT) 4:30 PM
then travels to face Montana Tech on Saturday. Men’s Basketball at Montana Tech (Butte, MT) 6:30 PM
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