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Volleyball fundraiser tourney October 10 to 12

FORT HALL — Volleyball fundraiser for Co-Ed and Women’s Spiking is on October 10 to 12. 
Entry fee is $90.  Four players per team, two men and  two women for co-ed.  Free agents are $20 per player must sign up and pay by deadline.  Deadline to enter is September 29.  First through fourth place per division with MVP’s and All-Stars.  Get your teams in today.  Anyone can play 14 and up.  Must be 14 before the first game.  Must have entry fee paid by September, 29 in order to be placed on the bracket. All unpaid registered teams will not be given a game time; get your teams together now.
Contact Bob Johnson or Elma Thompson on Facebook to enter your teams or sign up at Fort Hall Recreation (208) 478-3770 watch for e-mail invitations/flyers, email inquiries to elma.thompson@rocketmail.com.  Money orders/cashier’s checks payable to Native Flair.  Mail to PO Box 584, Fort Hall, Idaho 83203.  All entry fees are non-refundable.
This is an alcohol and drug free sporting event-intoxicated persons will not be allowed to participate.  Not responsible for theft, injury, accidents, property damage or short funded players or teams.  Admission will be charged $1 per person.  Concessions will be sold.

 

Wednesday, 10 September, 2014


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At top, Pikuni Boys with rider Chris Carlson win picture with Tadraschell Murray . In the middle is Tissidimit team with rider Lance Tissidiit who won the National Indian Relay consolation race. On bottom is Rylee Appenay in white who won Ladies Race September 6 at the Eastern Idaho State Fair. (Lori Edmo-Suppah photos)

Pikuni Boys win National Indian Relay Race Championship

By LORI EDMO-SUPPAH
Sho-Ban News
BLACKFOOT — Pikuni Boys with rider Chris Carlson won the National Indian Relay Horse Racing Championship September 6 at the Eastern Idaho State Fair winning $7,391.25 and Pendleton jackets.
Second place went to Miaus Teton riding for the Teton team earning $4,434.75 while Pikuni Express with Wes Edwards riding finished third winning $2,956.50.
Tissidimit team with rider Lance Tissidimit won the consolation race winning $2,463.75. Second was Robert Blackbull riding for Awasapsii Express earning $1,478.25 and third was Ba Kia Dah with Trevor Beasley riding winning $985.50.
Two sisters finished first and second in the Indian Ladies race with Rylee Appenay winning first and $1,700 while her sister Tayleah Appenay was second earning $1,020. Autumn Charges Strong was third winning $680.
Relay teams overall money earnings over the five days of racing was: Pikuni Boys $10,402.50; Teton team $8,048.25; Pikuni Express $5,967.75; Tissidimit team $3,467.50; Boogie Boys $3,412.75; Awasapsii Express $2,682.75; White Calf $2,209; Young Money $1,806.75; Ba Kia Dah $1,587.75; Coby and Wolverine Canyon $1,405.25 each; Bad Rock Warriors $602.25; Hisbadhorse and Plainfeather $401.50 each.
Following are the results from the qualifying heats on September 4 and 5.
September 4
Heat one: First: Tissidimit team with rider Lance Tissidimit, second Bad Rock Warriors with rider Bryson Appenay and third Plainfeather with Kobe Rockroads riding. The other team in the heat was Hisbadhorse with Lynwood Badhorse riding.
Heat two: First: Pikuni Boys with Chris Carlson riding, second Teton team with Miaus Teton riding and third White Calf with Lil Muncie Osborne riding. Other teams in the heat were Wolverine Canyon with Kalen Hammond riding and Coby team with Brandon Weed riding.
Heat three: First: Pikuni Express with rider Wes Edwards, second was Young Money with Myles Murray riding while third was Plainfeather with rider Kobe Rockroads. Other teams in the heat were Ba Kia Dah with Trevor Beasley riding, Red Buck with Jon Redman riding and Awasapsii Express with rider Robert Blackbull.
September 5
Heat one: First: Boogie Boys with rider Josh Thompson, second White Calf team with Lil Muncie Osborne riding and third was Coby team with Brandon Weed riding.
Heat two: First: Teton team with rider Miaus Teton, second Pikuni Boys with Chris Carlson riding and third Miles Murray riding for Young Money.
Heat three: First: Wolverine Canyon with rider Kalen Hammond, second Pikuni Express with rider Wes Edwards, third was Hisbadhorse with Lynwood Hisbadhorse Jr. riding.
The next local Indian Relay horse races are during Indian Day events.

 


Fort Hall Warriors defensive players in pursuit of Sun Devil runner September 6. (Lori Edmo-Suppah photo)

Fort Hall Warriors fall to Sun Devils in first game

The Fort Hall Warriors 6th & 7th grade team lost 30 to 6 on September 6 at Sho-Ban High School.
Coach Eddy Kniffin said the boys did a lot better in the second half only giving up one touchdown and Xavier Bighair scored Fort Hall’s only touchdown.
“I was proud of the boys for the way they competed the whole game and not giving up when they were behind,” Kniffin said. “Even though there were a lot of mistakes by both players and coaches we will work them out and look to get better.”
The Warriors next game is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Franklin Middle School in Pocatello vs. the Aberdeen Dolphins. Hope to see you there.

 


A Fort Hall Brave carries the ball September 6 in the team's loss to the Jaguars. (Lori Edmo-Suppah photo)

Fort Hall Braves lost to Jaguars 26 to 6 at home

FORT HALL — The Fort Hall Braves Little League football team lost to the West Side Jaguars 26 to 6 September 6 but Coach Jamie Bache saw improvement in the team.
“I think we improved even though we only had two days of practice because of the Eastern Idaho State Fair, which is the hardest time of the football season for us,” he said.
Their defense was better but they’re still mixing up the players to find that group they need to have a solid defense. He also changed a couple of players on the offensive side.
“So hopefully we will do better this weekend,” Bache said. “I was glad to see the improvements and that is all I can ask for every week.”
The Braves play the Soda Springs Trojans at noon September 13 at Hawthorne Middle School.



 

Recreation News

Volleyball & Co-ed Leagues
Monday: Women’s 6 on 6
Tuesday: Co-Ed Non Spiking (6 vs. 6)
Wednesday: Co-Ed basketball ($20 per player fee required.)
Thursday: Women’s 3 on 3 & Men’s 3 on 3
Schedules will be made next week so you still have time to get your teams in. There is no fee for volleyball.
Flag football
Flag football games will be on Wednesday evenings.
Sign-ups are now available in the Recreation office. All leagues will begin after the fair.
Lost and found
The Recreation Department has collected an excessive amount of clothing throughout the summer. Please come downstairs and look through the items at no cost, we have various shoes and clothing. Everything needs to go.
Timbee Hall hours
Fall hours are 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.