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Community: Recent competitions and coming events

2012-10-24T00:00:00Z Community: Recent competitions and coming events Helena Independent Record
October 24, 2012 12:00 am

FOOTBALL

Capital JV

The Bruin junior varsity football team completed an undefeated season of 8-0 by defeating Helena High 21-14 on a snowy and wet Monday evening.

The defense was led by Jacob Mcvey with three tackles for loss and Brandon Bryant with two sacks and two hurries. The linebacking core was led by junior Jake Isbell, and had strong performances from Chaz McGurn and Jacob Clark. The secondary helped keep the Bengal passing attack in check because of the outstanding play of Daniel VanDyke, Tyler Dahl, Trent Rouse, Donovan Heick, Trevor Ball and Clayton Scholl.

The offense was led by the offensive line, despite the wet conditions. Bliss Collins ran for two touchdowns (5 and 70 yards) and Alex Delahunt carried the ball well for the Bruins. Quarter backCollin Volesky threw a TD to Brad Tiefenthaler (6 yards). Nick Wrigg added an extra point.

Helena sophomores

The Helena High sophomores got two wins in the past two weeks.

First, they knocked off Sentinel 41-32. Jackson Thennis threw for four touchdowns. On the receiving end were Henry Garrett, Cameron Enright and Paul Hart with two scoring grabs. Tyler Simonson led the Bengals in rushing and added a score from the ground. On special teams, Nolan Davis blocked a punt and Brodie Long recovered the blocked punt for a touchdown. Tyler Simonson and Brodie Long were the leading tacklers.

In the second game, the HHS sophomores combined with the juniors to beat Butte 34-7. Cooper Lanier, Anthony Bodner and Tyler Simonson shared the ball carrying duties, and each had a rushing touchdown. Jackson Thennis threw for two touchdowns, one to Bodner and the other to Cameron Enright. The front six, Chris Palmer, Scott Gladstone, Alec Hollman, Cody MayKuth, Adam Jorgenson, and Clay Tamke controlled the line of scrimmage. On defense, Kyle Fadness had the lone interception. The leading tacklers were Dylan Kresge, Cooper Ryan, and Dakota Dunlap.

Capital sophomores

The Capital sophomore football team fell to 8-1 on the season with a 40-26 loss on the road to Glacier.

The Bruins battled back from a 20-0 hole to tie the game up at 26-all in the second half. Glacier scored late on a passing play and returned an interception for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter for the final scoring play.

Offensively, the Bruins were led by receivers Michael Dobbins, Sean Mulcahy and Nick Wrigg, who all scored touchdowns. Defensively, Jacob Clarke, Trent Rouse and Donovan Heick added interceptions.

The Bruins close out their 2012 sophomore season at 3 p.m. Friday against Helena at Tuss Field.

Helena freshmen

The Helena High freshman football team continued its defensive dominance to defeat Capital 20-9 and finish an undefeated season at 8-0.

Nick VanHorssen scored two TDs; the second one was a 70-yarder to put the Bengals up early in the third quarter. The defense took over from there and shut the Bruins out for the remainder of the game.

Willem scored the final touchdown for the Bengals. The defense was led by a great team effort from all defensive lineman, linebackers and defensive backs. AJ Kanthack had two interceptions. An injured Brendan Kjorstad led the Bengal defense in tackles.

GOLF

Hole-in-one

John Perros aced the 112-yard fifth hole at Green Meadow Country Club using a gap wedge on Oct. 9. Joe Epler, Vince Pons and Neil Peterson witnessed the shot.

COMING EVENTS

Basketball

Helena Elks Lodge #193 will hold its local competition for the Elks National Free Throw “Hoop Shoot” Contest on Sunday, Nov. 18 at the Carroll’s P.E. Center.

Check-in will be from 11:30 a.m. to noon. The contest is free and open to boys and girls ages 8 to 13 as of April 1, 2013.

Winners qualify to advance to the district competition with the potential to qualify for state, regional and national competitions. An awards ceremony and lunch for participants, parents and family will be provided at the Elks Lodge (330 Lola St.) after the competition.

Preregistration is recommended. Additional information and fliers are being distributed to area rural schools and local sporting goods stores. Helena Public Schools has posted fliers at www.helena.k12.mt.us under the “Parents” link, then “Community Events for Kids/Athletic Activities.”

For more information email cspeil@msn.com or call 439-7675.

SCOREBOARD

Dance

Tiernan Irish Dancers

Calgary, Alberta

Feis An Fhomhair (Irwin Feis) 2012

Calgary, AB - Oct 12, 2012 to Oct 14, 2012

Irwin School of Irish Dance

Krista Gormely

1st place Novice Slip Jig

2nd place Prize Winner Single Jig

2nd place Novice/Prize Winner Trophy Slip Jig Special

2nd place Novice Hornpipe

3rd place Novice/Prize Winner Treble Jig Special

3rd place Prize Winner Reel

4th place Prize Winner Light Jig

4th place Prize Winner Traditional Set

1st place Hosp Special

Megan Berry

2nd place – Prize Winner Reel

2nd place – Prize Winner Slip Jig

2nd place – Prize Winner Hornpipe

3rd place – Prize Novice Treble Jig

2nd place - Novice/Prize Winner Treble Jig Special

3rd place Novice/Prize Winner Slip Jig Special

Emily Franke

2nd place Prize Winner Treble Jig

1st place – Prize Winner Hornpipe

3rd place - Prize Winner Traditional Set

3rd place - Novice/Prize Winner Treble Jig Special

Jamie Berry

1st place – Novice Reel

4th place – Novice Treble Jig

1st place – Novice Hornpipe

1st place – Novice Traditional Set

6th place - Novice Slip Jig Special

Aidan Gowen

3rd place – Novice Traditional Set

Sophie Albright

3rd place – Novice Treble Jig

5th place – Novice Traditional Set

4th place – Treble Reel Special

5th place – Treble Jig Special

Ravyn Frey

5th place – Novice Reel

1st place – Photo Contest

1st place – Violin Contest

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