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Wednesday NOW is sponsored by Sioux Falls Family Vision Lunch time at WHS •Today’s lunch: Glazed chicken ten- ders Boys basketball team •A la carte lines: cold sandwiches, hamburger, chicken quesadilla •Thursday: Italian dunkers defeats Sioux City West Group meetings Freshman, sophomore teams also capture wins By Jason Horstman and Josh Cunningham The varsity team now has a record of 4-1 as •Peer Helpers: 7:40 a.m. Thursday T he Warrior varsity boys basketball team they travel west this weekend. in A-251 came away with an overwhelming 70- The sophomore boys basketball team also •Baseball Players: 3:10 p.m. 58 victory Tuesday night at Sioux City, came out with a dominating 81-55 win Tuesday Thursday in tech-ed garage to pick Iowa, West. over the junior varsity Wolverines. up cookie dough Leading scorers for the Warriors were junior Coach Doyle Becker said the sophomores •SALSA: 3:15 p.m. Thursday in The Sam Holsen with 27 points and senior Eric came out with great energy and played their Learning Center Lindquist with 18 points. hardest throughout the entire game. •Diversity Committee: 7:30 a.m. Holsen said the Warriors started out a little “The team played hard and the team is really Friday in A-136 rough, but regained their strength in the second coming together very nicely,” Becker said. half. Sophomore Corey Backer said the team Warrior reminders “We played very badly in the first three worked hard. quarters, but we turned around in the fourth “We came out with good intensity and played •Study Tips: Are available from the quarter,” Holsen said. hard throughout the entire game,” Backer said. counseling center now. The presenta- Senior Kyle Blake also said the team turned The freshman boys basketball team also tion has been canceled. things around at the end of the game to come came out with a victory as they combined to •After School for Credit: Students out with a win. dominate the Wolverines 80-64. need to meet with teacher Steve “We struggled the first half, but the team Leading the way for the Warriors were Becker sometime this week or next. came together, and with a team effort, we were freshmen Riley Conklin with 18 points, Levi Schedule an appointment soon. able to regain our strength and come out with a Smith with 18 points and Nick Franken with •Scholarships: Apply now for two win,” Blake said. 12 points. special scholarships. The Tom Steele Coach Jim Trett said the combination of Coach Kurt Skogstad said the Warriors Memorial Scholarship will go to one team effort and a great crowd was a key factor played very hard throughout the entire game, WHS student. Apply at www.slfc. in their defeat over the Wolverines. in order to come out with a victory. com/scholarship by Jan. 15. Midland “We came out with good intensity, and the “We played well and fought hard for our vic- National Scholarships will go to 15 players kept their heads and played hard in the tory against the Wolverines,” Skogstad said. WHS seniors. Apply at www.mnlife. fourth quarter,” Trett said. “In the first half the The sophomore, junior varsity and varsity com by Friday. students and cheerleaders were pumped, which boy basketball teams will be in action again this •Students of the Month: For helped keep us going and led to our win over weekend in Rapid City as they face Stevens on December need to turn in parking Sioux City.” Friday and Central on Saturday. tag to teacher Carolyn Ebright in A-145 now. JV girls basketball team gets some revenge NOW Wednesday Staff Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Merry By Duncan DeVries eight points. Kilee Kading with 16 points. Assistant Editor . . . . . . . . .Jason Horstman and Paul Schipper Miller said she thinks the Coach Brett Schlekeway Design Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . Eddy Bautista Following the varsity girls team finished hard. said he thinks his team strug- Staff: Duncan DeVries, Jason Horstman, Ryan McGuire, Ashlee Risse, Amanda Vinson, basketball team’s 52-42 loss to “We need to work on com- gled with shots. Danica DesLauriers, Kevin Haiar, Alison Brandon Valley at the Arena on ing out ready to play, but at the “We also have to rebound Harkness, Paul Schipper Friday, the junior varsity girls end we came back and finished better so we don’t give up so Editor-in-chief . . . . . . . . . . . Cassie Tornow basketball team extracted some it,” Miller said. many points,” Schlekeway NOW editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jake Harris Business manager . . . . . . . . Haley Vellinga revenge on the Lynx Tuesday at The sophomore girls bas- said. Orange & Black editor. . . . . . .Alison Parks WHS, winning 43-39. ketball team suffered a heart The freshman ‘A’ team suf- Adviser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Lueth The junior varsity is now a breaking loss to the Lynx 46- fered a tough 35-28 loss, while The News of Washington is a perfect 4-0 on the season. 55 Tuesday, their first of the the ‘B’ team came away with a publication of the Orange & Black Staff Lead scorers were juniors season, and fell to 5-1 overall. 41-31 win. Washington High School–Sioux Falls, S.D. Some material courtesy of American Society of Newspaper Editors/ Ashley Miller with 13 points The lead scorer for the The girls will travel to Rapid KRT Campus High School Newspaper Service and Kylie VandeBrake with sophomores was freshman City this weekend. Please share—leave on tables until 5B • News of Washington Page 2 Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006 Warrior Kayla McDaniel Alex Butler Veronica Zimmerman Derek Stalheim Pam Wensing A flight Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Staff opinions run a-fowl By Rob Watson Knight Ridder What is your Newspapers (KRT) New Year’s It’s a bird! It’s a resolution, plane! It’s an unex- pected early touch- and have down! No, not from you broken the flailing Eagles but “I resolved “I made a “My New Year’s “I have resolved “My New Year’s from Oprah Winfrey’s it yet? to get better to work hard resolution is to private jet. resolution to resolution is eat healthier and Just after taking grades, and so win a match in to always stay to get accepted off Monday afternoon far I have been wrestling, but I awake in classes, into a good be less busy, and from Santa Barbara doing better.” haven’t done it and I have college, and I yes, I have bro- Municipal Airport, the yet.” already broken haven’t broken ken it.” talk show star’s plane Assembled by Danica DesLauriers said hello to one of and Ashlee Risse it.” it yet.” nature’s little friends, a wayward bird. The resulting collision Board games can provide fun, excitement cracked the plane’s windshield, so the plane had to return It’s time to open up the closets and get out the board concepts that are part of the game. With a few lucky rolls to base. games and all of their pieces. of the dice, one can either become totally devastated and Oprah was on a Games such as Monopoly and Risk are back on the rise, distraught, or become victorious and allow others to lose jaunt with longtime and more popular then ever. Why spend money going to at his mercy. boyfriend Stedman Graham. the movies or engaging in other costly activities when you Board games can turn people into either champions or can use fake money, along with skill and strategy, in order the defeated. Although it can have some everlasting effects Names to build a fortune (think big-time chess) most recover from a major defeat in the and an empire? in a few short minutes or days. And, those who win can News Hear me. . . Although go on a streak of winning, even carrying over into their these games may “real” life. An end begins not be taken seri- Board games can also be a spectator sport. Watching Harry Potter fans ously by all, they the strategy involved can be educational, and the twists knew it was coming, Josh Cunningham do require skill and turns involved are more exciting than reality TV. and now the author of the popular series, J.K. and talent, and Board games can provide an infinite source of enter- Rowling, has made it invoke real competition and rivalry among the partici- tainment and fun. It’s time to open the closets and dust official. Next month, pants. off that board game that has been collecting dust for some she begins work on The games also involve advanced creative and imagi- time. Enjoy the many opportunities that board games the seventh and final Potter book. nation skills. When becoming part of the game, you are offer today. “I contemplate the involved, and ultimately become addicted to the rules and Senior Josh Cunningham loves Risk and Monoploy. task with mingled feelings of excitement and dread, because Marketing students learn I can’t wait to get started, to tell the final Sioux Falls Family Vision first-hand from Coca-Cola part of the story and, at last, to answer all the questions (Will I Jeff Sayler, O.D. Tiffany Brink, O.D. By Jake Harris to see how people are going ever answer all of the and Dzenan Berberovic to react to this new bever- questions? Let’s aim “We Care About Your Family’s Eyes The Coca Cola com- age. The pair also spoke to for most of the ques- pany has been keeping busy the students about how a tions); and yet it will all be over at last and As Much As You Do” developing new products, new product is developed I can’t quite imagine and Dec. 16, 2005, stu- and marketed. life without Harry,” dents in Ronda Gassman’s Gassman said the visit Rowling said recently •We accept VSP, Medicare, Medicaid, BCBS, in a post on her Web marketing class got to sam- gave the class exposure to Sioux Valley, Avera and more! ple the international com- the inner-works of the mar- site. Given the secrecy •Emergency eye visits available same day pany’s latest efforts as they keting powerhouse. in which Rowling •Late evening and Saturday appointments taste-tested a new sports “This visit to my class shrouds her Potter projects until the last •Laser vision consultations drink Coca-Cola will begin gave us exposure to mar- minute, this last book marketing soon. keting in the real world,” has yet to be titled, let •Glaucoma, diabetic and cataract evaluations Jeff Nelson, Chesterman Gassman said. “The stu- alone given a release •“TRY BEFORE YOU BUY” Coca-Cola’s education dents are learning first- date. CONTACT LENS PROGRAM manager, and Mark Martin, hand what happens in the The NOW is printed Chesterman’s general man- life of marketing a product on paper purchased by ager, came into the class to like this. the WHS Booster Club. 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