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PAGE 10 -- EASTERN COLORADO M.AINSMAN, THUIlSDAY, SEFIEMBER 11, 2003 The Genoa-Hugo Lady Pi- rates hosted the Limon Badgers on September 4. The Lady Pi- rates came out strong, winning the first game of the match with a score of 25-23. The Lady Pi- rates stayed tough, but they couldn't secure another win in the match. Spectators of this match got to see exciting, fast- paced volleyball games and sev- eral good defensive and offen- sive plays. The highlight for the Lady Pirates was a combina- tion total of 43 attacks against the Badgers. 12 of those attacks ended in kills. After the heartbreaking loss against Limon on Thursday, the Lady Pirates traveled to Arriba-Flagler on Friday night to play what was sure to be a tough match. The Lady Pirates offense was solid with a com- bined total of 37 attacks, 11 of those resulting in kills against the Panthers. However, defen- sively, the Lady Pirates couldn't stop the Panthers. G- H lost the match in three games. The Pirates made a solid comeback in the third game to try and force the match into game four, never- theless, the A-F Panthers had the momentum to finish strong and hold the Lady Pi- rates to three games The Genoa-Hugo Lady Pirates have another grueling week, as they hosted the Hi-Plains Patri- ots on September 9 and will host the Deer Trail Eagles on Thurs- day, September 14 and the Haxtun Bulldogs on Friday, Sep- tember 15. A miss! Lady Pirate Lisa Markle (second from right) spiked the volleyball over the net making Limon Badgers Janitel Burgess (#I 5) and Whitney Liggett (#14) miss in the badgers victory match September 4 in Hugo. in The Genoa-Hugo Pirate foot- ball team is now 2-0 with a deci- sive win on the road against the Arriba-Flagler Panthers Septem- ber 5. The Pirates won 42-20 even though the team lost two fumbles during the game. At the end of the first quarter, G-H was already up 12-8 and by the end of the first half, the Pi- rates extended the lead to 34-14. There was no scoring in the third quarter, but by the end of the game G-H had put another touch- down on the board. G-H had 384 yards in total offense compared to A-F 252 yards. Shane Stum intercepted one pass and returned it for 15 yards while Cody Fox recovered one Panther fumble and blocked two kicks. The Pirates' home opener is Friday, September 12 at 7:30 p.m. against the Haxton Bulldogs. on Friday, September For Those Dressed in Pirate Blue & receive 1/2 Price Gold on 6 pack, 12 ounce cans of Any Pop Product including Coke, Pepsi, 7-up etc. Supermarket Brian Nestor carried the foot- ball 19 times for 162 yards, scored a touchdown and fumbled once. Other rushers were Dane Wimmer with 27 carries for 120 yards and two touchdowns, Stum with 14 carries and 53 yards and one touchdown, Corey Carnegie with three carries for three yards, and Michael Leonard with two carries for four yards. Nestor threw two passes dur- ing the game; both were com- pleted. Kyle Bandy caught one for 35 yards and Stum caught the other for seven yards. Sept. 14 -- Sept. 20 ARIES - March 21L4~od120 PreparetJon is key this week, Anes. Be ready to hit the ground running when new opportunities amve that allow you to showcase your talents. TAURUS - April 21/May 21 Although it seems like you're facing a tough deosion, if you think about it logically, the answer is dear. Do only what feels right to you, Taurus. You are the master of your own fate. GEMINI - May 22/June 21 If you feel like your ilfe has lacked a cartain slmade recently, Gemini, nuw's the ~me to 0moam for a change. A new romance is on ~e horizon, but you must act quiddy to take advantage of the ooportur~. CANCER - June 22/July 22 This is a week to a,ssess where you ara in life, Cancer. Are you doing all you can to succeed? Make time to nurture a new romance. Of course you're busy, but the results are worth it. LEO - July 23/August 23 Events are important this week, Leo, but not nearly as important as your attitude. The tide is beginning to turn in your favor, so stop whining and have a little fun. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Don't be too han::l on youmelt when some- thing doesn't go quite as you planned it, Virgo. Focus your efforts on moving on to new suecees. LIBRA - ,Sept 2a/Oct 23 You'll be espeaally alert to pattems and . similarities in those around you, Libra. Try to use this information to your advantage. On Friday, an old flame stops by to chit- chat. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Success is all about timing this week, Scor- pio. You may be full of big ideas, but it's best to not do anything about them just yet. Do what you can to help a family member with a personal p~ on Tuesday. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/De 21 The fears and doubts of the past few weeks are starting to fade. Although you may feel that you can take on the world, don't get too cocky --- that's asking for trouble. CAPRICORN - Dec ~./J,tm 20 Money matters come {o the fore this week. NoW's the time:to give some thought to why your finances are'l~ot as good as you'd like them to be and what you can hLo about it. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Fe6 18 This week, you'll use What you kfiow to persuade others to go along with your. plans. Failure is just not in your vocabu- lary this week. PISCES - Feb 19/Malch 20 Things have been gomggreet for you. Pisces. Be carefd not to take this for granted. Remember the PeoOle who helped you get to where you are today, Monday, Sept. choice, salad bar, orange juice, white ore milk. Tuesday, Sept. or hard shells, Spanishl bar, fruit, apple white or chocolate milk Sept. lee's, chips, or orange iuice, late milk. Thursday, Sept. 18 choice, salad bar, milk. 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