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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - December 12, 1999, Brandon, Manitoba Skaters earn berths the Brandon Sun la Chris i Leifson five pin Bowling monday seniors 55 plus Bob Isleton 744 264 1 177 Stan Hamilton 698 295laverne Slimmon 590 225don Forsberg 221. Lucille Clark 210, Ida i Sheardown 209. Team High triple quiet ones 3131. Merc Hants mixed Joe peal he 759 286sylvia Stiles 648 276darrell Shine 608 45herb Black 262, let haves 226, Buck Byers 220. Team High triple Ken s automotive j138. Boh Norm Jenks 679 240rod Lasher 633 233jim krieser630 239rod Mckean 275,Garry Hamm 269, Rick Martin 261. Team High triple lust us 3256. Provincial mixed Brad Ball 763 312ferry Sayer 759 300terry att Ewe 757 076 Faye Driedger 272,Mel Baker 268, Sylvia Swaenepoel 263. Learn High triple King pins 3514. Bill Gyselman 747 299bob Denis 734 271lois Leslie 501 176gordon Norquay 284, Richard Wright 231, Jackie outlet 181. Team High triple Bannock munchers 2650. Wednesday Nite ladies Debbie Burgess 628 268bev Clisby 610 224mel Tallant 604 212cathy Shepherd 215, Faye Mccallum 237, Kim Jaskow 223. Team High triple Gutter bears 3279. Wednesday Nite mixed Sharon Mcnicol 616 306roy Sepke 598 269 Faye Driedger 564 204soma Kampe 211, David Raitt 208, Gisele Saver 204. Team High triple simply phenomenal 3210. Wednesday senior 55 plus Laverne Slimmon 407 226irene Wilkie 395 212hilda Langston 354 197kurt Weinert 186, Fred panic 177, june Howell 175. Team High single Blue bombers 1097. Senior pastime Joe Demers 205, Fred Plante 186, Ray Roszell 180, Marie Demers 77, Ila Edgar 177, Darcy Plante 165. Maple Leaf ladies Marjorie Sheardown 597 243elsie Lederhaus 568 233lorraine Edwards 566 207jessie Kazmerick 200, Jean Mckerlie 24, Lacey 190. Team High triple Oak 2585 . Adele att Ridge 699 293tom Hepner 677 248alf Stylski 388 226dan Kilt Nury 254, Don Gates 230, Sonja Rose 211. Team High triple Bush Ackers and the wild ones 3124 major mens Bill Clisby 787 326 Cliff cancan 787, Kevin King rat 778, Len i Leifson 751, Bernie Britton 750, Lawrence Humenuik 734. Team High triple Glen Lea 3793. Ninette hotel top team with 17 Points. Activators 1 Audrey Thiessen 744 283glenys Stanley 677 269rick elder 630 241hugh May 241, Ken Edwards 234, Gloria Crozier 223. Team High triple wot a team 3269. Barnacles mixed Brian Bedient 668 274bruce Park 670 309chris i Leifson 63 239janic Cyrenne 254,vie herein 245.euicia duce240. Earn High triple Choo Chou chiggers 3019.mr.goodstuff pizza winners Are Chris i Leifson 169 and Bruce Park 217.congratulations to Chris i Leifson and Janice Cyrenne for placing first in the Hilo doubles with a plus 679. Brando club Greg hurl 602 250 Sharon Fordyce 553 245debbie Fordyce 332. Christie Waldon 209. Team High triple bernies bums. Centennial ladies Harriet Pentland 399 236nell Dunn 370 205claribel Webber 180, 171, Bernice Boyko 169. 1 participation a Norm Kusela 759 257gord Norquay 614 279barry Lee 610 277james Hutchison 220, Ken Linwall 212, Sandy White 209. Tam High triple the jerks 3175. Brandon o sunspots Windsor. Ont. A Brandon Scad fan Edwards had another Fine skate in the Long program saturday and it earned him a Silver medal and a spot in the National figure skating championships. Edwards finished second in the Novice menus Long program and second Overall at the Central Canadian divisional championships. Meanwhile Brandon a Tamara Palaniuk earned a Silver medal and a spot in tomorrows champions. The 12-year-old member of the Brandon figure skating club skated superbly yesterday winning the Long program to finish second Overall in the Prenovich women a Competition at the Central Canadian divisional championships. Meanwhile Brandon a Tiffany Smith 13, finished in sixth Overall in the Prenovich women after placing sixth in saturdays Long program. Meanwhile Elkhorn a Sara Hall was in first place in Novice women a after winning the Short program late Friday night and she finished third Overall after the Long program. She also earned a berth in the nationals. I Leifson Park bowlers of the week Bowler of the week sponsored by Manors pizza. For the women with a 169 Chris i Leifson from barnacles mixed. For the men with a 217 was Bruce Park also from barnacles mixed. A bake and Craft Sale is to be held at the Brandon gallery on saturday december la by the parents and bowlers from our byc pro Gram. Everyone is invited to Stop by and support our byc program by purchasing some Christmas baking or even taking your Chance with our 50/50 draw. Held in Thompson this past weekend was the provincial youth Challenge with Brandon bowlers doing very Well. The ladies team came in 3rd in their division while the menus team placed 2nd in theirs. In the menus single category Brandon Bowler Trevor Rae placed 1st while fellow Bowler Garry Hamm placed 5th. The top finish for Westman in the ladies singles category was Brandon Bowler Nicole Wotton. Nicole finished just a fraction behind the leaders and finished in third spot positioning herself As the provincial alternate for the nationals to be held in Winnipeg. Bruce shot during zone 8 a Side semifinal against Ray smart saturday. Moffatt in the Drivers seat in zone 8 the Brandon Sun Brian Moffatt is a win away from claiming the zone 8 menus Curling title and a berth in the 2000 Safeway select. Moffatt who has already qualified for the provincial senior menus Curling championship beat Jim Renwick 7-6 in an extra end saturday at the Brandon club in the a final of the zone playoffs. Moffatt will play Allan Lyburn in one a semifinal today at 9 . A win will give him a Chance to win the a final at 12 30 . And earn a berth in the provincial menus championship at the Keystone Centre feb. 9-13. A loss will put him in the a final at 4 . Renwick will take on Kelly Skinner in the other a semifinal today. Moffatt Defeated Ray smart in the a semifinal and Lee Robins in the Quarter final. Renwick beat Lyburn in the a Semi final and Brian Fowler in the quarterfinal. Skinner lost to Lyburn in the Quarter final but rebounded to eliminate Fowler and smart on the a Side. Lyburn is the defending Champion. Red hot Johnston leads Crocus the Brandon Sun Lars Johnston scored his third goal of the game four minutes into the final period to give the Crocus plainsman a 4-3 Victory Over the St. Paul a crusaders in afternoon action saturday at the Cargill a horizons High school hockey tournament. The win lifted the plainsman into the championship semifinals. They played the powerhouse Oak Park raiders from Winnipeg in the semifinal late last night. Matt Fleming had the other goal for the plainsman. Joel Davison Troy Subertas and Hartley Kulicki scored for the crusaders. Meanwhile in another Quarter final the raiders hammered the Minnedosa chancellors 11-0. Neil Hutmacher led the raiders with four goals while Scott Johnson had three. In other Quarter final action the Stonewall rams beat Pointe Des Chenes 6-1 and the Morden mohawks edged Dryden ont., 5-4. Stonewall in Morden met in the other Bruce Bumstead Brandon Sun Ryan Haverstock of the Crocus plainsman Battles for the puck with Marc Des cower of the St. Paul a crusaders. Semifinal late last night. Meanwhile the Dauphin clippers earned a berth in the division 2 finals with a 6-2 win Over Neepawa. Priest Hopes prayers answered former Brandon wheat King Merv priest is hoping to take on the world next year. The 26-year-old sex wheat King Forward from Thompson will help great Britain Battle Norway for the final spot in the upcoming 2000 world hockey championship to be held in St. Petersburg Russia april 29 to May 14. Priest who plays for the Cardiff devils in the British super league will suit up for the British National team when they face Norway in a one game playoff for the final Pool a berth on tuesday in Eindhoven. Netherlands. Priest recently helped the British squad earn three ties in a preliminary round playoff group with the Ukraine Kazakhstan and Latvia. Another sex wheat King Forward Dave whistle who went on to become a Canada West All Star with the Brandon University bobcats after one season in the who is serving As an assistant coach for the British squad. Sex wheaties watch former Brandon net minder Jomar Cruz had another Strong showing for the Tri City americans Friday stopping 47 of the 50 shots he faced to help his new team escape with a 3-3 overtime tie with the blazers in Kamloops. The 19-year-old second round Washington capitals draft pick was dealt late last month for flashy 18-year-old slovakian import Milan Bartovic and a fourth round pick in the 2001 who Bantam draft. Sex wheat King Winger Petr Kudrna is pointless in two games with the Lethbridge hurricanes since joining his new club this week. The 18-year-old Forward editors note the Western hockey league game Between the Brandon wheat Kings and Prince Albert raiders was still going on at the Keystone Centre As of press time last night. Please watch mondays Brandon Sun for a Complete Recap of the game. James Shawaga who notebook was traded monday along with the rights to 19-year-old czech defence Man Angel Krstev in Exchange for 18-year-old defence Man Bart Rushmer who scored in his wheat Kings debut wednesday in a 4-3 overtime Triumph Over the Regina pats. Former Brandon Blu Eliner Andrew Kaminsky scored on the Power play late in the second period to break a 2-2 tie to give the pats a Lead they relinquish on their Way to a 5-3 Victory Over the Saskatoon Blades Friday. The 20-year-old defence Man who missed the first two months of the regular season with a dislocated shoulder now has two goals and seven Points in 11 games for Regina. Walking wounded pats defence Man Filip Novak a talented 17-year-old czech Rookie has joined the list of top who prospects eligible for the 2000 nil entry draft who Are sidelined with injuries. Novak suffered a knee injury Friday and is expected to miss the next six weeks. Kamloops blazers sniper Jared Aulin is not expected to return to the lineup until following the Christmas break due to an ankle injury. Prince Albert raiders right Winger Scott Hartnell the no. I ranked Prospect in the who according to the no la scentral scouting Bureau is expected to be sidelined for another week after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery. Moose jaw warriors Winger Brian Sutherby ranked second among who prospects is not expected Back in the lineup until the new year due to a knee injury. Seattle thunderbird defence Man Jeff Beatch save 25 of 30% while stocks last no Deposit till Spring in emr Hie Triau 826-2161 or 1 800 890-5114 ranked 18th in the who by the cab remains sidelined indefinitely with a broken wrist. Tri City net minder Blake Ward third among who net minding prospects is not expected Back until january due to a broken hand. Icings former wheat Kings Winger Derek Laxdal has signed a contract with the Odessa Jacka Lopes of the Western professional league. Sex Brandon Forward Greg Gatto has joined the Colorado Gold Kings of the West coast league. Seventeen year old slovakian phenom Marian Gaborik a who played Here in Brandon for Slovakia at last years world Junior hockey championship a is ranked As the top Prospect in the is by a preliminary rankings of players eligible for the 2000 nil entry draft. Spokane chiefs Centre Derek Schutz a 20-year-old from Yorkton sask., is the hottest player in the who Riding a 13-game Point scoring Streak with seven goals and 18 Points. Calgary hit men Rookie net minder Brent Krahn a 17-year-old former Pembina Valley Hawks standout from Winkler stopped 18 shots to Post his second shutout of the season in a 6-0 blanking of Moose jaw Friday. Top wheat Kings Prospect Tim Kon Sorada. Brandon a first round pick in this years who Bantam draft will play with the fort Saskatchewan rangers in the prestigious macs aaa midget tournament in Calgary Over the Christmas break. James Shawaga is the suns who reporter. He can be reached by phone at 571-7443, or by email at Short on Cash Burrow against your next paycheck on the spot approval bad problem 3 locations downtown Winnipeg St. Vital and Brandon sunday. December 12, 1999 e3 big Buck night a big Success Wanca lib Fri gone fishing december 3,1999 marked the Date for big Buck awards night. This annual ritual held in the Manitoba room at the Keystone Centre manages to draw a fair number every year and this year was no exception. Brandon wildlife association is Home to the biggest Buck night in Canada. Buck night is an awards night where Hunters can enter their Heads to be scored. Scoring this year was based on the Borine and Crockett scoring system. There were awards Given for both typical and no typical in Rifle Archery and Black powder. As Well there were extra classes for highest score in women and Junior and most symmetrical under and Over too. I was amazed at the number of Heads this year that scored very High. Manitoba records were almost broke with Only 3 or 4 Points off the record. Congratulations to All the Hunters who entered. Milo Hansen and his world record Whitetail Deer head 213 1/8 typical were in attendance. Displays and Booths were set up from Many of our local and Rural business with items of interest to the outdoor enthusiast. A Large crowd was in attendance As usual. The amount of Heads entered might have been Down this year however everyone appeared to have the Christmas spirit despite having no Snow. Buck night is not just a competitive event. It is also a social evening that sees Many friends and acquaintances get together have a drink and talk about their adventures. Operation red nose was in attendance reminding those who choose to have some Christmas cheer to be responsible. It takes Many hours and a lot of hard work to arrange such an event. Brandon wildlife association did a Fine Job on the organization of this very Large event. A big thank you to All who worked so hard to make one More year of Buck night a huge Success. What shot what a not even though we do not have any Snow ice if forming. Wahto Panah is reporting about 6" of ice for about too Yards off Shore. Ice fishing season has finally started. Reports Are coming in with enough ice to Start some serious fishing. However keep in mind that we Are having a pretty mild Winter so far and caution should be exercised. Oak Lake Dauphin Wahto Panah Rock Lake Pelican Lake and rapid City Are some of the lakes or water bodies that Are seeing some Angling action. Derbies a Angler of the year fishing Derby december 1999 through december 2000 details available at Jig no Rig bait and tackle Lake Dauphin ice fishing contest saturday March 18,2000 St. Georges ice fishing tournament saturday february 26,2000 details for the above derbies Are available at Jig no Rig bait and tackle. Of your group or organization is having a Derby or you have any Good reports or questions please Send the details and a Contact name and number to Jig at Rig bait and tackle 701-4th Street Brandon r7a 3h6, or fax us at 204 727-7962 Christmas is almost there the perfect gift passports amp movie Money on Sale now Box office open daily at noon 131-10th St., Brandon phone 725-2042 h a n x 5 now the playing Green mile pais frightening scenes payroll Loans. Shoppers mall Brandon phone 571-0888 anywhere but Here to 7 00,9 20 the world is not enough a 12 50,3 15,6 50,9 15 p0kem0n 1 20,3 10 toy Story 2 g 1 10,3 20,7 20,9 10 sleepy hollow 1 00.3 30.7 10,9 00

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