November 20, 2003

Princeton Ends Tigers Season In Opening Round Of State Playoffs

Scotland Countys string of strong second halves on their way to the state playoffs came to an end Wednesday night in Princeton as the #2 team in the state ended the Tigers season with 26 points after halftime to complete a 36-0 shutout of SCR-I.

Princeton (11-0) simply had too many weapons for the solid Tigers defense to contend with. All three running backs in coach Dave Cavanahs split backfield rushed for more than 100 yards in the victory.

Princeton wasted little time putting the games first points on the board. After the Tigers took the opening kick off and moved the chains for a first down, SCR-I was forced to punt.

With 5:20 left in the first half Princeton scored on a 27-yard run by Nate Craft who took the double hand-off against the flow of the defense and went in on the reverse. Brett Cavanah made the PAT to put the home team on top 7-0.

Scotland County caught a break on its next possession. The Tigers went three and out and were forced to punt. But punter Tim Robinson bobbled the snap. He was able to get the kick away but the delay nearly allowed the kick to be blocked. The defender was unable to get the ball but did hit Robinson drawing a roughing the kicker penalty.

The huge break really swung the momentum to the Tigers. Joel Myers picked up a pair of first downs. A diving catch by Jared Shelley moved the chains again before the drive stalled at the 19-yard line where the Tigers turned the ball over on downs.

Princeton immediately started moving the ball down field. Craft and Cavannah did the bulk of the work picking up big chunks of yardage as the Tigers were never able to even extend the team to third down until they had the ball deep in scoring position.

Kiel Fogle made yet another big tackle, in a season of key stops. The senior linebacker caught Craft in the backfield to set up third and long. Princeton, which is not known for its passing attack, was unable to pick up the first and had to settle for a 20-yard field goal by Cavanah. The kick was tipped at the line by SCR-I but fluttered just over the cross beam for three points to make the score 10-0 with 7:47 remaining in the second period.

Scotland County went three and out and appeared headed for a big halftime deficit.

But the Tigers defense made the stops when it needed to. Once again Princeton was stopped in scoring position and had to settle for a field goal attempt. This time Cavanahs kick was no good from 30 yards out.

The Tigers took over with just over two minutes left in the first half at their own 20. SCR-I looked content to run out the clock but after Myers picked up a pair of first downs Coach Brent Bondurant went for the quick strike. Quarterback Danny Roach launched the perfect throw down the far sideline but the sure-handed Clint Cottrell was unable to come up with the ball. The Tigers had to settle going into the locker room down 10-0 at the break.

Princeton racked up more than 200 yards of rushing and 11 first downs in the opening 24 minutes of play but had just 10 points to show for it.

That would change in the second half as the points came fast and furiously for the home team in the third period.

After Princeton recovered a fumble by Cavanah that had them backed up second and long Craft broke through the Tigers defense for a 45-yard touchdown run. Cavanahs PAT made the score 17-0 with 8:54 left in the period.

Scotland County moved the ball on its next possession as Myers looked like a man on a mission. But once again the Tigers couldnt convert on fourth down and a yard and turned the ball over on downs at the 18-yard line.

Two plays later it was the third option for Princeton, Brandon Parsons who took another double handoff that fooled the SCR-I defense and went around the left end for a 77-yard touchdown as he outran the defense.

Carl Wittstock blocked Cavanahs PAT kick to keep the score at 23-0 with 3:59 remaining in the third quarter.

The Tigers punted the ball back to Princeton after a short offensive set. Princeton moved down field but Cavannah missed a 47-yard field goal attempt.

After Shelly picked up a first down the wind went out of SCR-Is sails when Tyler Roberts picked off the pass attempt by Roach and returned it for a 37-yard touchdown to open the fourth quarter. The Tigers stopped Princetons two-point conversion leaving the home team on top 29-0 with 11:22 showing on the clock.

The game continued down hill for Scotland County as on the next possession Princeton recovered a fumbled snap at the 40-yard line.

The SCR-I defense held and gave the Tigers the ball back with 8:24 remaining as the 2003 football season was quickly drifting away.

The Tigers took one last shot at a score. Roach hit Cottrell for a pass down the sideline that resulted in a 43-yard gain. But the Tigers could get nothing further from there and turned the ball over on downs.

The two teams traded punts before turning the game over to the backups for the final six minutes of the contest.

Reserve tailback Clint Moore showed his stuff for Princeton taking his first carry of the game for a 57-yard touchdown to put the final points on the board. Cavanahs PAT was the final tally as Princeton rolled on to the 36-0 win.

Princeton amassed almost 500 yards of rushing en route to 19 first downs. Cavanah had 148 yards on 20 attempts including a 43-yard run. Craft carried the ball just 13 times but gained 144 yards. His long run on the night was a 45-yard gain. Parsons got more than half his total yards on the 77-yard TD but finished with 141 total yards on nine carries before Moore wrapped up the night with his 52-yard scamper.

The home team attempted on one pass the entire game.

Tim Robinson had nine tackles to lead the Scotland County defense along with Fogle, who played the game with a broken wrist in a protective cast. Aaron Dale and Myers each made seven tackles for the Tigers.

Scotland County had 13 first downs in the game. Roach completed five of 20 pass attempts for 64 yards and one interception. Cottrell made two grabs for 55 yards with Shelley, Dale and Wittstock accounting for the other catches.

Myers closed out his strong senior season with 111 yards on 28 carries. Dale had eight yards on three attempts and Shelley made four carries for 12 yards.

The Tigers ended the season 6-5 while Princeton advances to the state quarterfinals where they will take on Mid Buchanan (8-3), which defeated Rockport 32-0.

Bar B Saddle Club Holds August Meeting

The Bar B Saddle Club of Bible Grove held their monthly meeting Monday, August 15th at the Club House.

Final plans were made for the horse and ATV’s Poker Ride. Discussion was held regarding the arena work and materials. Also, horseback riders are needed for the parades in Memphis on Saturday, August 27th (Antique Fair) and in Downing on Saturday, September 10th (Downing Appreciation).  All are welcome to come and ride with the Saddle Club.

The next meeting will be Thursday, September 1st at 6:00 p.m. at the Club House.

Scotland County Genealogical Society Holds August Meeting

The Scotland County Genealogical Society met Monday, August 8th with eight members present plus one new member.  Darlene Johnston called the meeting to order.

The secretary gave her report.  There wasn’t a treasurer’s report to give.

Under new business, Alisa Kigar inquired if we would like Dr. Heather Martin, a new member of SCH staff, to present a program.  Everyone agreed this sounded like a good program and she will be presenting at the September meeting.

There was no old business to discuss and President Johnston closed the meeting so the program could begin.

Bonnie Hayes gave the program this month on getting your DNA testing done through Ancestry.  We learned that 50% of our DNA comes from both our parents and that 50% of their DNA comes from each of their parents, and so on.  When getting back the results of your DNA, you will have a chart showing how different segments of DNA might have been passed down to each generation.  Siblings can have different segments than what you have.  Genetic inheritance is random and sibling’s ethnicity results are a great example of this.

Several members of the Genealogy Society have done the DNA testing so curiosity getting the best of me; I decided to give it a try to see what is in my blood line.  I know there is Irish and English so in a few weeks, I will know more.  If anyone would like more information about this, they can go in on Ancestry.com or ask a member of the Genealogy Society for help.

This was a good program and many thanks to Bonnie Hayes for having this program.

Following the program, refreshments were served by Darlene Johnston.  Thanks to Darlene.

The Genealogical Society would like to invite anyone to come to their meetings which are held once a month on the second Monday of each month at 1:30 p.m.  The meetings are held in the Genealogy Building across from the Memphis Fire Station.

Submitted by Terry Arnold, Secretary

SCR-I School Menus

Breakfast

Thursday, August 25 – Breakfast Burrito, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Orange Wedge/Grapes, Juice/Milk

Friday, August 26 – Sausage/Gravy Biscuits, Choice of Cereal, Blueberry Muffin, Banana, Juice/Milk

Monday, August 29 – Donuts, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Fruit Medley, Juice/Milk

Tuesday, August 30 –Pancakes, Choice of Cereal, Sausage Link, Toast/Jelly, Strawberries, Juice/Milk

Wednesday, August 31 – Ham/Cheese on Croissant, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Fruit Medley, Juice/Milk

Thursday, September 1 – Breakfast Burrito, Choice of Cereal, Toast/Jelly, Orange Wedge/Grapes, Juice/Milk

Lunch

Thursday, August 25 – Spaghetti/Meat Sauce, Chicken Wrap, Hamburger Bar, Green Beans, Garlic Bread, Fruit Salad, Fresh Fruit

Friday, August 26 – Walking Taco, Fish Square/Bun, Diced Tomatoes, Cottage Cheese, Sliced Peaches, Fresh Fruit

Monday, August 29 – Crispy Chicken Strips, Corn Dog, 5th/6th Grade Chef Salad, Potato Rounds, Mixed Vegetables, Mandarin Orange Slices, Fresh Fruit

Tuesday, August 30 – Chicken Patty/Bun, Cheeseburger/Bun, 5th/6th Grade Taco Bar, Oven Ready Fries, Peas, Sliced Peaches, Fresh Fruit

Wednesday, August 31 – Salisbury Steak, Beef and Noodles, 5th/6th Grade Potato Bar, Whipped Potatoes/Gravy, Broccoli/Cheese Sauce, Dinner Roll, Sliced Pears, Fresh Fruit

Thursday, September 1 – Beef‘N’Tator Bake, Chicken Quesadillas, Hamburger Bar, Green Beans, Dinner Roll, Strawberries.

Lady Tigers Prevail 3-1 in Extra Innings to Win Season Opener

Julie Long puts down the sacrifice bunt during the Lady Tigers’ season opener at Putnam County on August 22nd. SCR-I picked up the 3-1 victory.

Julie Long puts down the sacrifice bunt during the Lady Tigers’ season opener at Putnam County on August 22nd. SCR-I picked up the 3-1 victory.

It took a little longer than normal, but the Scotland County softball squad opened the 2016 season in the win column with a 3-1 victory at Putnam County that took 10 innings to decide.

SCR-I jumped on top 1-0 in the top of the first inning. With one out, Stevi See crushed a double to left field which would have been out of most fields. The junior catcher came in to score on a two-out hit by Ashleigh Creek.

The lone run looked like it might hold up as Creek was perfect through two plus innings before a two-out hit and a walk created a scare in the bottom of the third. But she was able to coax a comebacker out of Kori Hornaday to end the threat.

Unfortunately, the SCR-I offense went completely quiet after the opening frame. Kendall Ingersoll retired six straight batters before See launched a deep flyball to center field that was misplayed for a two base error.

But the Lady Midgets’ pitcher worked out of the jam, going on to retire seven straight batters.

SCR-I’s best threat came in the sixth inning when Abi Feeney reached on an error. She stole second base and moved to third when the throw skipped into centerfield. But See ripped a liner down the third base line that was snagged by Jordan Holland at the bag to easily double off the runner and end the threat.

That proved costly, as Putnam County finally got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the sixth. Kennedy Childers led off with a double. Following an SCR-I error that allowed Sara Webb to reach, Putnam County used a sacrifice bunt followed by an RBI groundout by Riley Rouse to knot the score at 1-1.

SCR-I was unable to take advantage of a leadoff walk to Kaylyn Anders in the eight, and then left two runners in scoring position in the ninth inning after a base hit by See and an error that allowed Creek to reach base.

After a leadoff single in the bottom of the seventh, Creek retired nine straight batters.

SCR-I finally broke through in the 10th inning. Anders walked to start the rally. Katie Feeney followed with a base hit. Abi Feeney reached on an error to load the bases with one out. See delivered a sacrifice fly to leftfield. Anders tagged up and beat the throw home. An errant throw to third trying to get Katie Feeney, allowed the freshman to come all the way in to push the lead to 3-1.

Creek worked around a leadoff error to retire the heart of the Putnam County order to secure the win.

See led the offense, going 2-4 with a run scored and an RBI. Creek was 1-4 with an RBI.

Creek picked up the win, allowing one unearned run in 10 innings of work. She allowed just four hits and walked one while striking out six.

19th Annual Ag Day Golf Tournament at Timber Ridge

J & J Ag Equipment Sales is hosting the 19th Annual Ag Day Tournament at Timber Ridge Golf Course on Friday, September 9, 2016.  Sign-in opens at 9:00 a.m. with a 10:00 a.m. shotgun start.

The tournament is an 18 Hole, 4 Person Scramble.  Cost per team is $360 and includes lunch and beverages all day.  Teams are encouraged to sign-up early to reserve a spot and can pre-register by contacting Randy (660-216-7306), Kris (660-341-0465, or the golf course (660-883-5341).

In addition to free food and drink, there will be a silent auction and games.  The Hole in One contest is being sponsored by Pepsi, The Farm Shop and Gas & More.

Timber Ridge Golf Course is located on Hwy 15, south of Memphis.

Area Moving On Program to Meet August 30

The Scotland County Area Moving On Program will hold their monthly meeting on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at the Methodist Church starting at 11:30 a.m.  After lunch, the group will travel to Edina to the Baker Cemetery.

If you have suffered a loss, the Area Moving On group helps provide support through caring confidential visiting and fellowship with others than have lost love ones by sharing support and friendship with each other.  This is a monthly meeting with the time and meeting place decided on by those attending.

For more information or to arrange for a ride, please call Nelda Billups (660-328-6367), Laura Schenk (660-465-7363) or Chris Tinkle, Program Coordinator (660-465-7322.

Local sponsors of the program include The Daisy Patch, US Bank, Rose Hardware, Payne Funeral Chapel, Memphis Funeral Home, Countryside Flowers, Community Bank of Memphis, and Exchange Bank of Northeast Missouri.

Gorin High School Alumni Board Meets to Plan Reunion

Gorin High School (GHS) Alumni Association Board President, Billy Davis, called a meeting of the Board at his home on August 16 to make final plans for the upcoming 61st Annual GHS Alumni Banquet.  Vice President Connie Ward, Secretary Mary Lou Kraus, Treasurer Leon Buford and Board member Elaine Forrester attended to finalize plans for the event to be held in Gorin Saturday, Oct. 8.  The old Gorin School gymnasium has been reserved for the meeting where memories for alumni abound.  The doors will open at 4:30 p.m. with the evening meal being served at 6 p.m. by Steve’s Catering in Kahoka.

The program will include the short annual business meeting and memorial service for those fellow alumni who have passed away over the last year.  In addition, arrangements are being made for some musical entertainment by graduates.  Bill Davis will make sure the PA system is adequate.

A motion was made, seconded and passed to leave the cost at $12 for advance reservations (sent to Leon Buford, 309 E. Madison, Memphis, MO 63555) and $15 at the door.  Invitations will be sent via email, Facebook and postcard mailing.

The Board is looking for new members to serve next year.  Alumni are asked to volunteer themselves or send suggestions to Bill Davis.

Scotland County Senior Nutrition Center

MENU

Thursday, August 25 – Roast Pork, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Sauerkraut, Cranberry Sauce, Slice Bread, Ice Cream

Friday, August 26 – Catfish Nuggets, Macaroni Salad, Baked Beans, Cornbread, Strawberry Shortcake

Monday, August 29 – Tenderloin/Bun, Onion Slice, Pasta Vegetable Salad, Green Beans, Fruit Crisp

Tuesday, August 30 – Chicken Strips, Scalloped Cabbage, Buttered Corn, Bread, Watermelon and Cantaloupe

Wednesday, Aug. 31 – Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Peas, Wheat Roll, Jell-O Fruit

Thursday, September 1 – Taco Salad, Lettuce, Beans/Chips, Tomatoes, Peas, Applesauce, Cookie

ACTIVITIES

Thursday, August 25 –Card Party at 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, August 28 –Center is rented today.

Thursday, September 1 – Card Party at 5:00 p.m.

Chancellor Reunion Held July 16, 2016

Descendants of John and Grace (Billups) Chancellor held a reunion July 16, 2016, at the Kahoka Senior Center in Kahoka, MO. Representatives of each of their nine children were present with Garnet Tripp being the last living child.

Those attending were Phillip Chancellor of Keokuk, IA, Terry Chancellor of Ft. Madison, IA, Larry Chancellor of Texas, Shirley Ruth, Don Chancellor, Kendal and Braydon Anderson of Memphis, MO. John, Megan and Payton Chancellor of Downing, MO., Ray Chancellor of Rutledge, MO., Jerry Chancellor of Kentucky, Greg Norton of Kansas, Blanche Quincy, Dave and JoAnn Stockland, Tom and Barb Zorr, Richard Chancellor, Pam, Rex and Kayden Bye, Alvin Tripp, Janet Haas all of South Dakota, Garnet Tripp, David and Peggy Perry, Chris, Becky and Anna Bertschi of Kahoka, Chloe Bertschi, Cody Cook, Pat and Karen Tripp of Revere, MO., Mike and Debbie Tripp of Elmer, MO., Roberto, Angela, Inara and Mary Guerrido of Milwaukee WI., Michele, Nora and Reznor Hoffman and Matt Roth of Platte City, MO., Andrew Tripp of Hannibal, MO., Brian, Kasen, Dana and Dalanee Tripp, Taylor and Courtney Carter of Luray, MO., Lori and Courtney Petty, Lacey and Isabella Beagles of Hamilton, IL, Dianna and Daron Mullinix of Greentop, MO, and Kevin and Ben Tripp of St. Patrick, MO.

After lunch, the afternoon was spent visiting, taking pictures and playing Bingo!

Submitted by Garnet Tripp

Rutledge Renegades

Bette Wiley’s son, Tary and wife Yukiko from Virginia, came and visited for three days.

Reva Hustead picked up great-grandsons, Will and Waid, and went to Hannibal.

Charlene Montgomery and Neta Phillips went to Kirksville.

Reva went to Kirksville.

Martin Guinn and Reva Hustead went to the LaBelle Fall Festival on Saturday.

Anyone wishing to be in the Rutledge Fall Festival Parade September 17th please call 660-341-0680.  Bikes, politicians, horses and antique vehicles are all welcome.

Some of those in this week were Dale and Lisa Tague, Ronnie and Bonnie Young, Bob and Dorothy Hunolt, Martin Guinn, Reva Hustead, Oren and Celina Erickson, Bill and Margie Delaney, Ann Shaw, Jamie Shaw, Charlene Montgomery, Mark Mazziotti, Marjorie Peterson, Ben Wheeler, Mitch McClamroch and Darrell Shultz.

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