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February 5, 2004

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,.o Sports e Press IB February 5, 2004 arsity Cats fall to Steelville By Chris Case Assistant Editor W The Cuba High School var- sity girls and boys were over- povred Friday night when they took the floor against their Steelville opponents. Both teams picked up another road loss, with the girls going down 61-33 and the boys falling 78-33. The Steelville girls had been scheduled to host Cuba Thursday night, but that game was canceled due to snow. Friday's JV boys game was scrapped, allowing the girls to get their rescheduled game in before the varsity boys squared off for the night- cap. The girls contest was kept close early on, with Cuba behind by only two, 13-11, at the end of the first quarter. In the second period, though, the Lady Cards managed to con- trol the tempo and confuse the Wildcat offense, allowing them only six points all quar- ter. The Steelville lead at the half was extended to 30-17. The Cards outscored the Lady Cats 14-10 in the third quarter and never looked back the rest of the way, win- ning easily 61-33. Cuba was led in scoring by Rachel Monda, who had nine points. Christina Harman scored eight, Lindsay Eaton six, Michelle Hewkin four, Rachell Christopher four, and Chelsea Cason two. Brandi Lea paced Steelville's potent offense with 15; Tiffany Powers added another 12 of her own. In the varsity boys game that immediately followed the girls contest, Steelville took control early and never eased up. Cuba trailed 17-5 at the end of the first quarter and were down by 20 at half-time. The lead was extended to 66- 24 in the third period when the Cards rolled up 30 points in the quarter. The final score was 78-33. Cody Watson was the lead- ing scorer for the Wildcats with 10. Korey McDaniel had seven, Brad Mace six, Dustin Bosson five, and Brady Tierney five. Scan Munton and Ty Adams scored 13' each to lead Steelville's offense, who had a dozen ,different players gt" their names in the scoring col- umn. U pcomlng games At press time, Cuba's boys were scheduled to play Newburg at home tonight (Thurs.), starting at6 p.m, weather permitting. They play in the Bourbon tournament all next week. The girls are off the rest of this week and play next week in the Newburg tournament. ii,ii ,'' i' i i ' i Rob Viehman photo Freshman Ashley Kitson han- dles the ball in Friday night's loss at Steelville. The varsity girls fell by a score of 61-33. The Wildcats were held to only six points in the second and fourth periods. RaChel Monda was Cuba High's lead- ing scorer with nine total points. racing returns to south county p.m. There are six "special stages" and two spectator points along the course. The total length of this event, including the transit zones where no racing occurs, is 100 stages" and three spectator points along the course. The total length of this event, including the transit zones, is 200 miles. A ClubRally consists of miles. "transit zones" and The 100 "special stages." A Acre Wood is transit zone has a Coefficient the rally teams on 3 ClubRally The Trespassers Wil and the roads with the (which has rallies; general public and 65 tol00 taking:place in Craord merely gets the stage miles), competitors from Contestants, one special stage to a driver and another. Special www.cubafree a navigator per car, will start in downtown Salem on Feb. 21 at 11 a.m. and have service breaks in Steelville, and Viburnum before returning to Salem that evening. The first car is expect- ed to arrive back in Salem around 6:30 p.m. at the Eagles Lodge. There are eight "special winners MO--The St. Sports Car Club (SCCA) will host ClubRally National (CRNC) in the two club rallies, Wil and the 100 Feb. 20 and 21, events will make Salem, Ellington, Viburnum, and Missouri, once again the "world series" of rally to the Ozark stages are tem- porarily closed-to-the-public sections of roals where com- Wil is a 2 SCCA ClubRally. level is deter- of racing .iles in the event. A 2 has 30 to 65 stage event will begin on at 3 p.m. on Main downtown Ellington. car should arrive at in Salem around 7 submitted photo lh grade girls Black team took second at the lent last weekend. Pictured from left to row) Autumn Johnson, Erica Gruver, Abagale Foster, (middle row) Hannah Heaton, Morgan Koppelman, Alicla Kreter, Abby Hutson, (back Kim and TroyFoster. petitors are allowed to travel as fast as they safely can between the start and the fin- ish. Special stages are heavily manned by trained, expert vol- unteers to ensure the safety of the public and the competitors and provide a timing mecha- nism to score the event. The total elapsed times over all the special stages will determine both individual class and over- all victories in the event. The composite times for both ral- lies will crown a 2004 SCCA ClubRally National Champion for five nationally recognized classes, plus a class for historic cars 30 or more years old. Missouri COW Training Classes (Concealed Carrg Weapon) This course covers and meets all State of Missouri criteria to receive your official Certificate of Qualification. 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