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The Cuba Free Press January 29. 2004-- 3C BHS Briefs vs. Viburnum Gorzik December 16, the Warhawk basketball team Viburnum in hopes of another conference l Warhawks came out on top of the first quarter 3 lead at the end of the quarter. Viburnum back in the second quarter to out score the 13-18. This ended the first half of play SCore of 23-21 in the favor of the Warhawks. a close first half, the Warhawks came out in iCond half and really played some hard ball Viburnum 13-9 to end the third quarter of 36-30. fourth quarter was going to be the true test for Jays on whether or not they would win this Bourbon held on to the good defense and three, and Cassandra Bailey one. In the fourth quar- ter we scored seven points and we let Viburnum have eight. So that left the final score 26-41. The Lady Hawks tried to get jt together but couldn't leaving the Viburnum Blue Jays with the win and the consolation trophy. SOme really good offense to score 22 points in uarter and end the game with victory of led in scoring by Garrett Ash closely followed by Ryan Bobbitt with King came off the bench and scored 11 Tyler Kimberlin scored seven points, while Byington and Eric Sewald scored four points and Lawrence Charanza scored one point. vs. Belle Pilkenton 20 the Bourbon Warhawks played the The Tigers came in on a high note after the Owensville Tournament champions two l earlier, with Adam Daniels scoring 49 points in game. The Warhawks knew this the game, but they still came out and a very good team. quarter started out good with both teams stands, but Belle took the led with a score of 20-8. At the end of the first score was 30-14. At the start of the second Hawks came out strong making three or four stands in a row. tough play by the Hawks, who were to hit shoots all night, Belle came out the win- final score being 61-26. Garrett Ash led in scoring with 15 points, Ryan had nine points and Damon King had two vs. Steelville Warhawks played the Steelville s on January 15. Bourbon ended up losing by 38 to 33. Cassandra Bailey led the team points. Lindsey Machelett added eight more to the score. Amber Armstrong had seven, Tara had two points and Tamrin Beers and Miriah had one point each. Bailey, and Bobbitt all had one assist steals Anderson led with.four, Armstrong, and Bobbitt had two each and Bailey and had one each. led the team in rebounds with 12. Hawks Lose a Tough One By Zach Hudson On January 12, the Bourbon Warhawks went into practice to work on what they needed to do to beat the Salem Tigers. They knew that this game would be one of their biggest games of the season. If they could win, this would have made a season statement for them. As Tuesday January 13 came along, the Hawks felt like they were ready to take on the Tigers. As game time began they were anxious to play and show the Tigers what they were made of. First quarter play began in favor of the Tigers. They jumped out to an early lead to take a 12-5 lead over the Hawks. In the second quarter shots started to fall a little better as the Hawks scored 16 points to help boost their score up a little more. Their defense didn't seem to be working for them any, as the Tigers added 18 to their score. By halftime the Hawks trailed by nine with the score being 30-21. Things seemed like they couldn't get any better for the Hawks as they only scored 6 points in the third quarter while the Tigers added 15. Now in the fourth quarter the Hawks started to shoot a little better while adding 15, but again it was their defense that let them down. Salem added 18 more to win the game by a score of 63-42. Leading the way in scoring was Garrett Ash as he put up 17 points and also added seven rebounds to help out his stat line. Next was Damon King who had 13, Ryan Bobbitt with seven and Eric Sewald with two. Homecoming By Heather Mabrey Did you know that Homecoming is coming, the biggest night of the boys basketball season? The gym will be filled with many BHS students, faculty mem- bers, friends, family, and parents. The Warhawks will be challenging the Cuba Wildcats in the Bourbon High gym on February 13. During Homecoming week, February 9-13, we will find out which class has the most spirit through dif- ferent contests. Contest one (remember each person who participates will receive a point for their class) On Monday it's PJ day. "Wear the Wackiest and Wildest PJ's you can," Emily Palmer said. Tuesday is Flotation Devise Day. "It's cool, it's fun, and well, it may save your life," Nathaniel Waterman said. Wednesday is Uniform Day, Thursday is Fake an Injury Day, and Friday is Blue and White Day. Contest two is to make a class banner, with any- thing to do with school spirit. First place will receive 40 points, second place will receive 30 points, third Buy your copy of the Cuba Free Press at Bourbon Mobil behind .was Beers with with eight rebounds. Varsity Tournament Round 1 vs Belle le. 16 the Lady Warhawks played Belle at the Varsity Cuba Tournament. Bourbon first quarter only trailing by 10 pts., core of 15-25. second quarter the Hawks came back, but Lg by six. Lindsay Machelett had Amber Armstrong had two, Cassandra Miriah Anderson had five, Jessica and Tamrin Beers both had two each, and six points. out of half time the Belle Tigers were with a score of 23-39. Bobbitt led the !.-rebounds with seven, Bailey and Anderson points, Beers and Machelett had four, had three, Heather Farmer had two, and had one; for a total of 31 rebounds. until the end, but they Pttl!. through leaving the final score 36-63, The Warhawks then moved on to round of the tournament playing Cuba on 18. ( Round 2 vs Cuba 18 the Lady Warhawks went on to Lady Wildcats in the second round of ,, At the end of the first quarter Wai-hawks were ahead by one, with a score 10 and.. place will receive 20. points and fourth place will ................... receive 10 points. The third contest is a spirit chain contest, it's 5-cent. per link and each class will receive one point per link. You will be able to find the collection cans by the office window. The prize for the most spirited class is first place $25, second place $15, and third place $10. The cheerleaders and pep club will also be sponsor- ing a mini float contest. Any club or class is welcome to design a float, which has to do with school spirit. We will have a pep assembly seventh hour on February 13, to parade all the floats. There will be prizes for the top three floats. The floats then will be used for decorations for Homecoming. This year's 2004 Boys Basketball Homecoming attendants are: freshman, Lindsay Rae Bishop, daughter of Dean and Teresa Bishop; sophomore, Amy Marie Conner, daughter of Anna and Bill Conner; junior, Brandi Louise Ivie, daughter of Garry Ivie. The 2004 Homecoming queen candidates are: sen- iors, Tamrin Lanette Beers, daughter of Cathy and Darrin Dace, and Mike and Marcella Beers; Brandi Lynn Branson, daughter of Dale and Penny Branson; Bobbi Jean Gargus, daughter of Bobby and Peggy Gargus; and Anna Claire Whatley, daughter of Waymon and Nancy Boast. uarter we tied the game leaving the SCore 14-14. Cassandra Bailey led the team with 12, Lindsey Machelett with 11, Amber Armstrong and Tamrin two, Jessica Peterson and Rachel Lass POint each. tuarter Bourbon points and Cuba 6; Cuba was only trail- )oint going into the fourth quarter. quarter the Lady Warhawks out 11-9, leaving the final score 32-29. Warhawks would have a chance to win advancing into the third round of the scheduled to play the Viburnum Blue Round 3 vs Viburnum 19 the Bourbon Warhawks played for consolation in the Cuba Tournament. quarter the Lady Hawks were trailing by SCore of 2-12. uarter Bourbon out scored the Blue points with a score of 12-7 leaving the 17-19, with Bourbon trailing by two lass led the team in points with eight, six, Heather Farmer four, Tamrin Bobbitt with two, Lindsey Machelett Star Hawks By Heather Mabrey Every month students are nominated by teachers for their academic improvements, success, and posi- tive attitudes. They also may have shown good char- acter, good grades, or improvement on grades, or just an act of kindness. This month's star Hawks are: Freshmen--Melanie Zelch, Chelsey Harlan, Ronnie Lawrence, Crystal Kuhl and Chris Phelps. Sophomore--Brad Fuchs, Dustin Blue, Stephanie Fritz, Danielle Bligh, Sam Tindall, Kaylen Sanborn, Jeremy Clausen and Patricia Asher. Juniors--Mark Mcaffrey, Courtney Castor, Alisha Lowman and Michael Barber. Seniors--Ryan Bobbitt, Kevin Hansel, Teresa Roosman, and Beth McCaffrey Chelsey Harlan was chosen for her diligent work and effort in class. Courtney Castor was nominated by two different teachers. The first was for having an A average in PE first semester. She always dresses out, and partici- pates. The second was because she is a hard working student who participates in class. Kaylen Sanborn was chosen for always encourag- ing the other cheerleaders to do their best and is always helpful, and friendly to those who are around her. Teresa Roosman was chosen because she approach- es everything she does with a positive attitude. Her work ethic and the way she treats people is the top of the line. Do you have an idea for a feature for the Cuba Free Press? Let us know! n Free Press, PO Box 568, Cuba, MO 65453 or email tbrandenburger@cubafreepress.com 2- w BES Stories The 100th Day of School Friday, January 23 was the 100 day of school. The elementary school celebrated in many ways. If you traveled our hallway that day, you may have seen a paper snake 100 inches long, 100 kinder- garten footprints going down the hall, 100 paper gumballs in a gum- ball machine, pictures of first graders at age 100, and a list of 100 things the first grade likes about school. If you went in the classrooms, you saw collections of 100 things like, pennies, rocks, Hot Wheel cars, snack foods, cereals, cards, candy, and many other things. Students wrote about how they would spend 100 dollars--you would believe what they thought it them. would buy--don't we wish! Students counted out 100 pieces of snack food and then got to eat The students wore headband and necklaces with the 100 theme. It was a fun day! December Starhawks Timmy Johnson, Justin Wagner, Jordan West, Gavin Pratt, Joseph Proffer, Jesca Patel, Kyle Avery, Joan Fajardo, Kathryn Rapp. Jesse Lane, Aleexis Slankard, Dana Sanssouci, Kelston Webb, Crystal Fajardo, Kenny Robbins, Wyatt Eikermann, Andrea Pryor, Kelsey Holland Big Buddy Lindsey Machelette is one of many spending time with elementary students. Gung Hay Fat Choy Kindergarteners had a great time celebrat- ing the Chinese New Year on January 22. Step-Up It earns like a regular (00ertificate o f Deposit, but allows you to step. up your interest rate one time during flle original term. 35 MONTH STEP-UP CD* 25 MONTH STEP-UP CD* Step up to Progress Bank's Step-Up Certificate of Deposit and if interest rates go up your CD rate can too. But it can not go below the original opening rate. 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