BREAK DANCE – Each of the performances by Conrad’s Cub Scouts at Thursday’s concert at the Orpheum Theater/Weigand Auditorium were unique, this particular performance had its own center stage break dancer. I-O Photo by Deanna Wakkinen
By Deanna Wakkinen, I-O Reporter
The Cub Scouts assembled duct tape and cardboard to construct a rock show unlike any other.
In groups of three or more, these young men belted out tunes such as The Devil Went Down to Georgia by the Charlie Daniels Band and Splish Splash by Bobby Darin. The enthusiasm of these boys was unsurpassed and the crowd went wild to the different antics performed.
The Cub Scout Pack 531 raised $853 which will be divided and given to June Sasek and Gerry Walter. Also donated where 155 pounds of food for the Pondera County Food Pantry.
A benefit to help with medical expenses for Gerry Walter will take place at the Moose on Feb. 11.
A chili feed and auction is planned with lunch to begin at 11 a.m. with a silent auction. Lunch will be served until 1 p.m.
There will be a dinner from 5-8 p.m. with the live auction to start at 9 p.m.
COMING IN — Grant Grubb waits for a time out to come in to play during the Cut Bank game last Tuesday. Watching the action on the courts is game announcer Zane Drishinski on the left and CHS Athletic Director Jim Carroll. I-O Photo by Amy Salois
From the opening tip off with the Cut Bank Wolves on Tuesday, the home boys had the game.
Graham Grubb stuck a nifty jumper for the quick 2-0 advantage. Sam Larson popped home a short shot, Grant Grubb hit a basket and all of sudden the Cowboys had a 6-0 lead.
The Wolves got back into the game with a trey shot from JJ Lighthizer and a bucket from Nate Kavanagh before Devin VandenBos stuffed a couple of free throws for an 8-7 lead after the first period.
Conrad owned the second period going on a neat 15-4 run to lead by 12 points, 23-11 at the intermission.