LOOKING AROUND — Cowgirl Jayde Richardson looks for an open team mate to pass off in action against Rocky Boy on Thursday. Richardson pulled down four rebounds, had one steal and scored a bucket in the home girls 47-37 win. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
Of all the games to win, the Senior Night contest has to rank right at or near the top.
It meant a lot to Cowgirl senior Taylor Judisch, the only senior on the team. Thursday was “her” night as Conrad hosted the Morning Stars from Rocky Boy.
In the first quarter all five Conrad starters scored and after two ties and three lead changes, the Cowgirls held a slim 14-12 lead. They moved on from that to a 47-37 victory.
Still in the first frame, Judisch popped home a bunny off a steal and got the final score of the period, again off a steal.
ALL STACKED UP — Semi trucks were stacked up at the new weight station at the rest area just off I-15 this past week. However, it eventually cleared out and they were back on their way up and down the freeway. Photo courtesy of Rob Lettenga
Friday evening four individuals, allegedly from Shelby, were caught vandalizing the new rest area just off the north exit off of I-15.
Charges have not yet been filed but are expected to be before the week is over.
The I-O will have more information as soon as it becomes available.
With board approval for the expenditure from Pondera County DUI Taskforce funds; Pondera County Sheriff’s Office received three Portable Alcohol Screening Testers or “PASTs” which have already been put into use.
Upon presenting the request Eddy Erickson, sheriff’s deputy, stated; “these will replace units that are no longer latest technology or in good working condition.”
The units which are the same types as used by Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) are portable breath analysis devices designed to screen for alcohol impairment and will be used with motorists that are stopped by law enforcement for driving violation.