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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. First Place This the NEMO Stixx baseball team. Pictured from left to right are Drew Begley, Lance Logsdon, Jase Wallingford, Noah Mencer, and Nolan Wosman. On the back row includes Coach Doug Kroeger, Brady Nierman, Zeb Riney, Nick Edwards, Jacob Kroeger, Josh Hodde, Parker Wallace, and Coach Jason Wall- ingford. Team wins Iowa baseball tourney The NEMO Stixx recent- ly competed in a USSSA 9U baseball tournament in Cedar Rapids Iowa, where they won first place by going undefeated and out- scoring their opponents 67 to 12. The team consists boys from around the area, in- cluding five different towns. Team members are Drew Begley, Jase Wall- ingford, Noah Mencer, No- Results listed from 3on-3 tournament The winners of an April 25 3-on-3 basketball toura- ment have been announced. The annual toumament was recently held in Canton. Ages 4 - 6 Coed - Five teams were in the bracket First .- Fruit Loops - Ursa, Ill.; second - Mo- Tiger Girls - Canton; third Plunkett #'2 - Palmyra; fourth - Tigers - Palmyra; and Sportsmanship - Plun- kett #2 Ages 7 - 8 Girls - Five teams and ages 7 - 8 Boys - Four teams: first - Li'l Cougars #2.- Canton; Li'l Panthers Golden, Ill.; second - Li'l Rascals Carthage, Ill. Li'l Tigers - Canton; third - Jammers - Quincy, ; Who's Man's That - Quincy; fourth - Hoopsters - Quincy; first Choice Physical Therapy - Quincy, and Sportsmanship - Hoopsters; First Choice Physical Therapy. Ages - 9 - 10 Girls - Eleven teams; 9 - 10 Boys- 13 teams:first - DA Dallas Cowgirls, Monroe City; Sweet & Sour - Quincy; second - Red TWisters Bethel; Mama's Boys - Mendon, Ill.; third - Hoops Kahoka; Knox Co. Red Wild - Knox City; fourth Highland gets ready for their prom Highland High School junior and senior prom will be held in Quincy,/tt Oak- ley Lindsey Center. Prom attenders who would like pictures taken are encouraged to be at the Quincy Riverfront by 5:30 p.m. Doors to Oakley Lind- sey Center open at 6:00 p.m. for the public Prom- enade begins at 7:00 p.m. and king and queen corna- tion is at 8 p.m. IPress-News Journal I I News is our middle name I lan Wosman, Brady Nier- man, Jacob Kroeger all of Palmyra. Other members are Lance Logsdon of Canton, Zeb Riney of Clark Coun- ty, Nick Edwards of Knox County, Josh Hodde and Parker Wallace of Van-Far. Coaches are Jason Wall- ingford and Coach Doug Kroeger. uth News THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2009 ' PAGE 14 Ellison signs to play basketball with Culw.00:r-Stockton College Dan Steinbeck PNJ Editor A Highland multi- sport player signed a letter of intent April 30 to play basketball at Culver-Stock- ton College. Kyle Ellison, who has played football, baseball, and basketball at Highland singed his letter of intent to play for John Windham's Culver-Stockton basketball Wildcats. "The reason I chose Culver-Stockton was be- cause I just felt at home there. I have grown up going to basketball camps there since I was 9 or 10 years old. "Also, ever since Coach Windham and Coach Mc- Shea took jobs at Culver, they have made me feel a part of the team. "I am looking forward to being a wildcat and play- ing with someone of my former teammates in Nick O'Brien and Andy Anders and all the rest of the play- ers in the Culver-Stockton program." The team also includes Canton brothers Jordan and - Lady Panthers - Golden, IlL; Red Birds - Quincy, II1., Sportsmanship Hoops Phi Slamma Jamma - Quincy. Ages 11 - 12 Girls- seven teams; 11 - 12 Boys - 17 teams: first - Canton Lady Tigers - Canton; P- Ridge - Durham; second - Swish Cheeze - Quincy, ; Canton Tigers - Canton; third - Aces With Attitude - Quincy; Hannibal Pirates Red - Hannibal; fourth - Lady Cougars - Canton; LITTLE COUGARS PLACE FIRST - These Little Cou- Eagles - Liberty, Ill.; and S ..... gars 2nd grade girls basketball team from Highland portsmansmp - KocKets Elementa ............ ., .. . ry cnool recently won first place at me anton, HanmDa] tlrateS ment in Can - " ' -CCAA 3-on-3 tourna " ton, Mo. held April Black -Hannibal 25, 2009. Left to right are Kaitlin Benson, Kennedy Ages 13 - 14 Girls - Flanagan, Samantha Smyser and Aubry Ebeling. Five teams; 13- 14 Boys - 10 teams: first - Merrill Lynch - Quincy; Blue Crew - Quincy; second - Fish on Fire - Mendon; Quincy Devils - Quincy; third - The Ballaz - Kahoka; That Terrible Team - Quincy; fourth - Lady's - Augusta, Ill.; Delphi - Philadelphia and Sportsmanship - La- dy's- Augusta, IlL; Bulls - Kirksville Ages 15- 16 Boys - Seventeams: first - Char- gers - Carthage, Ill.; second -Fade Away- Quincy;third FIRST PLACE WINNERS - The Canton Lady Tigers - Houston Rockets - Can- won first place in the 11 - 12 Age Division at the CCAA ton; fourth - Predators - 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament held April 25, 2009. Canton and Sportsmanship Pictured left to right are Kailee Gaither, Brittney Ber- - Chargers. horst, Cassie Allen and Allison Phillips. John "- E'-" B's Bar & Grill LLC. (next to Headquarters) 107 S. 4th, Canton Phone: 573-255-5908 Sunday Buffet Fried Chicken - Swiss Steak Polish Sausage and Sauerkraut (Preparing Sunday's Buffet - Bobby, losh and Virginia) Each mom receives a carnation when Visit our website Daily Lunch Buffets 11 a.m. = 2p.m. Mon.-Fri. Saturday Breakfast Buffet 7 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Saturday Lunch Specials Pork Steak - reg. or BBQ, Fries and Cole Slaw 5.95 you dine with us this Sunda& NEW RECRUIT - Kyle Ellison, front and center, smiles after he signed his letter of intent to play for Culver- Stockton basketball. Besides Ellison are his par- ents Marjorie and Kevin Ellison. Standing are John Windha, Culver's basketball coach and Clyde Rosen- crans, Highland's basketball coach. Drew Ayers. ball season, Ellison was Windham, in a TV second team all Clarence interview, said Ellison Cannon Conference. worked out at a camp last Ellison led the High- year. land Cougars in scoring "He works hard, and .this yearwith 15 points per plays hard. That's what game average, had an av- we're looking for," Wind- erage of three assists, and ham said. nearly two steals a game. In the 2008-09 basket- Ten Rivers Chapter of Lewis County Ten Rivers Chapter of Lewis County Pheasants Forever chapter will be distributing food plot seed May 10, 2009 at the courthouse in Monti- cello Mo., from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. or until they run out. Seed is distributed free of charge to peo- ple interested in developing food plots to benefit wildlife habitat. \\; Salute to the Lewis County Graduates Attention: parents, familes, friends, businesses and organizations ..... now is the time to place a graduation ad for your faVorite high school or college grad. Stories and pictures of any graduate from other schools with Lewis County connections are wanted. www.press- newsiournal.com Call or stop by the Press,News Journal 110 N. 4th, Canton, Mo. 573-288-5668. Ads need to be placed by May 8th to be included in this section. , / In appreoiation of the great team effort You do have a choice. Camon High R-4 Smokebusters team and Diane Jorgensen, Sarah Mueller, mentors receive recognition and appreciation by Alma Hopkins, University of MO Family & Community Medicine, Brooke Gipson, Randolph County Health Department, sponsors of Project Smokebusters, for their dedication and advocacy efforts for tobacco free environments.