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October 20, 2014 The Star Page 13 Rolla sweeps Dunseith The Rolla Bulldogs volleyball squad swept Dunseith 3-0 in the only action of the week for both teams. Statistics and game scores for both teams were not made available to The Star. Above: Rolla's Carly Bee awaits the tip-over by Dunseith's Halley Davis. Dunseith will host Towner-Granville-Upham and Benson County this week while Rolla will jump on the bus and travel 120 miles one way to McVille Tuesday. The team will hit the road again on Thursday for its annual showdown with Bottineau. R00ol, la.0.,D.rug t1 Class Rings II Precious Moments o/Black Hills Gold Jewelry t/Hallmark Cards II All Your Prescription Needs Hours: 9-5:30 M-F 9-3 Sat. Cougars (Continued from Page 11) third consecutive regional champi- onship. Soukup led the Cougars with 106 yard receiving on just six catches and one touchdown. Peterson scored three touch- downs, rushed for 174 yards and had 92 yards receiving to lead the Polar Bears. The loss puts the Cougars in the No. 3 seed in the region. They will travel to Carrington this Saturday for a game at 1:30 p.m. Carrington, which was the No. 5- ranked team in the state, fell to Oakes, the No. 2-ranked team on Sat- urday, 26-7. Larimore will play Hillsboro-Cen- tral Valley in the first round. At left: North Prairie's Taylor Scott takes off on a nice gain during the second half of the Cougars' match up with the La- r/more Polar Bears in Rolette Saturday afternoon. Turtle Mol00:J00tam Star's Football Forecast,, Belcourt Floral "14_ place for your. " 477-0201 Flowers for any occasion Birthdays Anniversaries Pharmacy open 'til I p.m. Saturdays Funerals Special Events I St John crushes Raid.=rs will " Detroit at Atlanta Seattle at Carolina Baltimore at Cincinnati I .... I , head to Ri00c00hardt0n for. la,off : ..... """" r ...-.,. 1 N pm g,,r ,h.. I " ' 2 :*  ' I" .....  " 'r'''m" :'L':" :  ..... r : Hmefrom: Pthe besttO, FlinFlonlChicken 7:  477.02021 1201MainA'veW 477-3116 II aTi St || l;"'ia [ and Private lnsurance l ........ .o__,,c.,., : ; nJwhthWa49d-:huwCknS ened:dDhi: 7nCaC=Sfuleragst II Miami a jacl(sonviiie st. Louis at Kansas City ] Chicago at New England I I The win cemented the 'Chucks regular season record | 40 points in each of their eight victories. As for the win over the Raiders, St. John scored 22 unanswered points in the first quarter to all but clinch the contest. I Seth Vivier struck first with an 84-yard run, and fol- | lowed that with a 10-yard burst. The third score came on | a 65-yard run by Andrew Hanretty. I D-A managed to score later in the first quarter, but St. I John crushed all of the Raiders hopes with a 27-point sec- | end quarter. | Vivier scored twice, and Dalton Poitra hauled in | touchdown receptions of 30 and 57 yards. I D-A's only other score came in the fourth quarter with | the game well out of reach. | at an impressive 8-1. Their only loss of the season came to Westhope-Newburg. Despite the stellar record, St. John wasn't the only team in the region with an 8-1 mark. Towner-Granville- Upham and the Sioux all finished with the same record. The Titans won a series of tiebreakers to earn the number ' one see d, while St. John fell to number three. After running through several teams during the year, :)things are expected to get challenging in a hurry for the 'Chucks. Their first playoff test will come this Saturday when they travel to Richardton to take on the Richard- ton-Taylor-Hebron Raiders. It won't be the first time the 'Chucks have made the 283-mile drive. In 2010 St. John loaded up the buses and made the trip a memorable one, picking up a'road play- off win. The 'Chucks will try and duplicate that feat this Sat- urday. If the offense does what it has done all season it should do some damage. The 'Chucks finished the regu- lap season averaging over 250 passing yards and 155 rushing yards per contest. They also scored no fewer than Bravettes fall to Williston Coyotes The Belcourt Bravettes volleyball team only had one Belcourt surrendered a 10-0 scoring run midway match last week, on the road in Williston. through the first game and a 17-4 run in the second game. The hometown Coyotes used a pair of scoring runs to Individual stats for the Bravettes were not available. secure a three-game sweep, winning by scores of 25-9, The team will try and pick up a win this Tuesday when 25-7 and 25-10. they host St. John. ROLLA Dairy Queen Hot meals & Cool treats/ Stop in today/ Buffalo at NY Jets i "You know us. We know you." ROLEITE STATE BAP 246-3395 .,m FO=C Philadelphia at Arizona Delicious/ Rolette Convenient/  246-3223 stop i. today, ( 20s Min St. the piz''a r, oorn Home of the Spicy Comet & Big Pig! Green Say at New Orleans Curt's Theatre Main Avenue Rolla Call 477-3272 for movies SHOWTIMES Monday & Friday: 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 7 & 9 p.m. Minnesota at Tampa Bay Gustafson Oil and Propane Rolla - 477-3660 Open Monday-Saturday 7:30 am. to 10 p.m. Open Sunday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. 24-hour Credit Card Access! All major credit cards accepted Oakland at Cleveland Here for you Rolla: 477-3175 Belcourt: 477-6143 Member FDIC College Game NDSU at South Dakota D&B Pizza Rolla 477-3739 Try one of our delicious NOON SPECIALS! Houston at Tennessee Co.aBe Charm 110 East Main Ave., R011a. 477-5371 Lake Upsilon and Rolla Apparel also available! Lots of unique gift ideas! Indianapolis at Pittsburgh LQ'BOT00 o o  e 4 e ee o m o we t o ee t o eeee Highway 5 Belcourt Store: 477-5793 off-Sale: 477-5801 Monday Night Washington at Dallas Tiebreaker: Total Points of the LaDots Game | Use your football knowledge or just plain luck to pick the winners/ | I I || Win a $25 gift certificate to one of 15 area businesses/ | I | " ] i : Weekly winners are eligible for a $150 grand prize. : I HEREWS HOW IT WORKS After one week off, the women are I I I I In each of the boxes above, circle the team at the bottom that back in charge. There was a five-way tie for first place I I you think will win. Then cut out this ad and bring it into The Star, in the latest edition of the Football Fore- I I 11 1st Ave. N.E. or send it to: Football Forecast, % Turtle Moun- cast. Three of those en- I I tain Star, Box 849, Rolla, N.D., 58367. Entries must be received tries came from female I I at The Star office by Friday at 5 p.m. One entry per person. No pickers. I I copies accepted. All five had only two I i I I The winner will also get his/her picture in this space the fol- wrong going into Men- I I lowing week. Each weekly winner qualifies for the $150 grand day night's game and I I prize drawing/ every entry had picked I | In case of a tie, total points of the Monday night game will de- the 49ere to beat the Rams. That led to a | I termine the winner.Doh't forget to fill it out! .... tiebreaker win for aarlene Peterson of I I Rolla. Other entries in the running were I I from Will Turner, Harry Belgarde, Tayla I ' || Name: Azure and Jan Lagasse. I Address: For her efforts, The Star I || Phone Number: bought Peterson a $25 gift cer- II I tificate to Rolla Implement. I