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                Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006                                   Vol. 12 • No. 5                              High 79°.                         High 81°.
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         Happening Now
•Cross Country: Mac Butler
Invitational 4 p.m. at Kuehn Park
                                                                         Lincoln shows they are to
•Varsity Boys Golf: City Meet
Second Round—4 p.m. at Minnehaha
Country Club
                                                                        be feared in win over WHS
•Freshman Boys Golf: City Meet                                          By Haleigh DeBoer               touchdown for the Warriors
First Round—4 p.m. at Elmwood                                           and Jon Economo                 in the fourth quarter, but it     Warrior Football
•Girls Tennis: vs. Brandon Valley 4                                            he Warrior football      was far too little too late for
p.m.—varsity and junior varsity in                                             team suffered a dis-     WHS.                              Season Schedule
Brandon, freshman at WHS                                                       appointing defeat at        Senior Jarod Morken
•Sophomore Football: 4:15 p.m. in                                       the hands of the Lincoln        said he thought the team
Yankton                                                                 Patriots in Saturday’s          could have played better.         Date ...... Opponet ............ Score/At
•Freshman Football: vs. Lincoln                                         Presidents’ Bowl game 31-          “We had a lot of mis-          Aug. 25 ..Pierre ....................... 33-7
4:15 p.m. at WHS                                                        14.                             takes that cost us the game,”
                                                                           It was Lincoln’s first win   Morken said.                      Sept. 2 ....Lincoln .................. 14-31
                                                                        over a Sioux Falls public          Holsen also feels the
    Lunch Time at WHS                                                   school in five years.           team has some work to do.         Sept. 9 ....O’Gorman ......McEneaney
•Today’s lunch: French dip sand-                                           With the loss, WHS fell         “We could have given
                                                                                                                                          Sept. 15 ..Sturgis ......................There
wich                                                                    to 1-1 on the season, and       more effort, which is some-
•A la carte lines: Pizza, chef salad,                                   0-1 in the Greater Dakota       thing we plan to do against       Sept. 22 ..R.C. Central ........... HWF
breaded chicken, taco hot pocket                                        Conference.                     O’Gorman next week,”
•Wednesday: Chicken nuggets                                                  The first half ended       Holsen said.                      Sept. 29 ..Watertown ...............There
•Representatives visiting WHS:                                          with a discouraging score          The Warriors will face
Thursday. . . . . . . Colorado Tech, Sioux Falls                        of 0-14 as WHS failed to        O’Gorman in the Dakota            Oct. 6 ....Spearfish ................. HWF
Sept. 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .USD, Vermillion                  put any points on the board     Bowl on Saturday at
Sept. 15. . . . . . . . . U. of St. Thomas, Minn.                                                                                         Oct. 13 ..R.C. Stevens ............There
Sept. 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U.S. Navy             in the opening half. The        Howard Wood Field.
                                                                        Warriors regained hope             O’Gorman           defeat-     Oct. 19 ..Roosevelt................. HWF
         Group Meetings                                                 in the third quarter when       ed Roosevelt 21-14 in
                                                                        senior Sam Holsen received      the opening game of the           Oct. 24 ..Playoffs ..................... TBA
•Humanitarianism Society: Join at                                       a 58 yard pass from senior      Presidents’ Bowl.
                                                                                                                                          Oct. 30 ..Playoffs ..................... TBA
a special meeting at 3:20 p.m. today                                    Jordan Lakatos to give the         Warrior fans should plan
in A-128.                                                               Warriors their first points     to get to Howard Wood             Nov. 4 ....Playoffs ..................... TBA
•National Honor Society: Members                                        in the game.                    early to get a good seat
that did not meet this morning will                                        Senior Farron King           for the game Saturday. No         Nov. 11 ..Finals ...................... Dome
meet at 3:15 p.m. today in A-139.                                       made the second and final       passes will be accepted.

        Other Reminders                                                   Volleyball team falls to RHS in four
•Auditions: For the first play of the                                   By Jon Economo                           Senior Sarah Hitchcock had       for fourth place in the meet.
year, “Alibis,” will be held Thursday.                                  and Sydney Schuknecht                 27 assists and five Ace Serves.     Junior Tyler Pridey shot a 79
                                                                        Volleyball                               The Warriors will next be        landing him in 10th.
               NOW Tuesday Staff                                            The varsity volleyball team       in action Friday at Roosevelt           Coach Eric Smith said he
Co-Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jon Economo                      fell to Roosevelt 1-3 in a tough      High School.                        was proud of the team.
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .and Sydney Schuknecht                                                                                               “We had a good meet and
Design Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . Eddy Bautista                     conference volleyball match           Boys Golf
Staff: Ashly Carlson, Drake Bachmeier, Stacey                                               Thursday at           The varsity boys golf team      showed improvement,” Smith
Vassar, Matt Haron and Haleigh DeBoer,                                    Feature WHS.                        came in second with 312             said. “Hopefully, we can carry
Eric Haigh                                                                                      With the      strokes behind Lincoln with         it on today.”
                                                                        loss the Warriors fell to 1-1 for     311 at the Old SIC meet fea-            The varsity will be in
Co-Editors-in-chief . . . . Dzenan Berberovic
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Matt Madson               the season.                           turing the Sioux Falls and          action today at the Minnehaha
Adviser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Lueth                  Senior Alex Zawada record-        Sioux City teams Thursday in        Country Club for the second
                                                                        ed a team-high with 14 kills          Sioux City.                         round of the City Meet.
       The News of Washington is a                                                                                                                    The team hopes to take
  publication of the Orange & Black Staff
                                                                        and proved to be a difference             Junior Trevor Mathison and
   Washington High School–Sioux Falls, S.D.                             maker against Roosevelt in the        sophomore Kyle Cooper both          the lead back from Roosevelt
     Some material courtesy of American Society of Newspaper Editors/   last two games.                       shot a 76, which tied them          today, who currently leads.

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             • News of Washington                              Page 2                                   Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006

                                                                                                                         Katie Couric
                                                                                                                           debuts as
     Senior Alex Zuke earns                                                                                              host of CBS
                                                                                                                          news show
       Eagle Scout honor                                                                                                 The Philadelphia
                                                                                                                           She no longer has
                                         To earn the Eagle Scout rank,         award,” Zuke said.
                                                                                                                         to report for work
                                      the highest advancement rank in              Zuke also had another once-in         at God-awful hours,
                                      Scouting, a Boy Scout must fulfill       a-lifetime opportunity this summer        just to look all rested
                                      requirements in the areas of lead-       as he traveled to the “Land Down          and well-informed
                                      ership, service and outdoor skills.      Under” to participate in track and        for the morning TV
                                                                                                                         masses. And that
                                      Although many options are available      field events in the “Down Under           $15 mil-a-year pay-
                                      to demonstrate proficiency in these      International Games,” along with          check ought to be
                                      areas, a number of specific skills are   20 other athletes from North and          enough to ease open-
                                      required to advance through the          South Dakota. The trip lasted 10          ing-night jitters.
                                                                                                                           Still, we’re guess-
                                      ranks—Tenderfoot, Second Class,          days with eight of the days in            ing Katie Couric is
                                      First Class, Star, Life and Eagle.       Australia, and two days in Hawaii.        going to be just a bit
                                      To advance, a Boy Scout must pass        Zuke had many great experiences           stressed before the
                                      specific tests that are organized by     along the way, he said.                   camera rolls at 6:30
                                                                                                                         EDT Tuesday night
                                      requirements and merit badges. On            “The thing I liked best about         for her debut as
                                      average, only five percent of Boy        Australia was the huge waves along        anchor of the ``CBS
                                      Scouts reach the rank of Eagle.          the coast,” Zuke said. “I also liked      Evening News.’’
           Photo by Stacey Vassar        Zuke didn’t stop there, how-          visiting Hawaii.”                           So here’s our
                                                                                                                         advice, Katie, as you
     Eagle Scout Alex Zuke            ever. He was also named the South            The events that Zuke participat-      become the first
                                      Dakota’s “V.F.W. Eagle Scout of the      ed in at Sydney’s Olympic Stadium         woman to anchor
By Matt Haron and Stacey Vassar       Year” during the 76th state conven-      included the hurdles and the 200-         a nightly network
   WHS senior Alex Zuke is ready      tion in Pierre this June. Zuke was       and 400-meter races.                      newscast alone:
to spread his wings and fly like an                                                                                      Take deep, cleansing
                                      up against eight others from across          Zuke said he thought he did           breaths, to remain
eagle.                                the state for the Eagle Scout award.     alright in the events and also learned    focused and oxygen-
   Zuke has accomplished an              As his Eagle Scout commu-             a lot.                                    ated. Stay true to
impressive feat that very few         nity service project, Zuke set up            “I did OK, and it was a good          yourself; tone down
                  Boy Scouts of                                                                                          the perky, but please
                                      the “Flags Over Brandon” display,        learning experience,” Zuke said. “It      don’t go all serious
  Feature America During
                               ever   which included many flags dis-           was a lot of fun and I met a lot of       and pin-striped
                                      played all throughout the town of        new people.”                              on us. And avoid
                  the summer of       Brandon. Zuke was very grateful              Zuke said he plans to contin-
                                                                                                                         big hoop earrings;
2005, Zuke received the Scouts top                                                                                       demure is a better
                                      to get the award and achieve such a      ue to do more community ser-              choice for you.
honor when he received the rank of    great accomplishment.                    vice projects and add to his list of        For her part,
Eagle Scout.                             “I was honored to receive the         achievements.                             Couric, 49, swears
                                                                                                                         who she is or the
                                                                                                                         way she looks won’t
                                                                                                                         change just because
                                                           Junior varsity football team                                  her hours and job
                                                                                                                         description have.
                                                             opens new season today                                        “I’m going to
                                                                                                                         pretty much look the
                                                                                                                         same way I’ve always
                                                          By Eddy Bautista                    “We hope to work hard      looked,” she tells the
                                                              The Warrior junior var-     tonight and come out with      Palm Beach Post. “I
                                                          sity football team will face    a win.”                        have no plans to get
                                                          the Yankton Bucks at 4:15           Junior varsity coach       a crew cut or shop
                                                                                                                         at Brooks Brothers.
                                                          p.m. today in Yankton.          Travis Schafer said he         Hopefully, I’ll have
                                                              This will be the season     thinks the junior varsity is   good hygiene and
                                                          opener for the junior var-      ready and has something to     look professional.”
                                                          sity team after last week’s     prove this season.               With a rebuilt
                                                                                                                         newsroom behind
                                                          game with Lincoln was               “I look forward to this    her and new theme
                                                          called off.                     season because the players     music from Academy
                                                              After finishing a sub-par   will be able to show their     Award-winning com-
                                                          5-4 last season as soph-        talents out on the football    poser James Horner
                                                                                                                         in the air, Couric’s
                                                          omores, the juniors who         field,” Schafer said           debut will no doubt
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                                                          junior varsity team hope        the team will next play        about of the fall.
                                                          to come out with a season-      the O’Gorman Knights
                                                          opening win today.              Sept. 11 at 4:15 p.m. on
    Any regular priced items                                  Junior Nathan LeMaster      O’Gorman’s home turff,
      when you show your                                  said he hopes the team plays    McEneaney Field atthe
   Washington High School ID!                             well today, so the team can     corner of 41st Street and
                                                          come up with a win.             Kiwanis Avenue.

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