The County Line Rivals made their first appearance at the Stratton Wrestling Tournament that was held this last weekend in Stratton. The team scored a total of 128 points, which was good enough for a 3rd place team finish. Lamar would win the day getting 195 points and Yuma came in second with 138 points. Trevor Randel, Jaime Ibarra, and Ken Cox would all be 1st place medalists; Dawson Roesch would be a 2nd placer finisher; A.J.
February 5: No school
February 6: Hash browns, sausage, toast, orange juice, milk, fruit
February 7: Scrambled eggs, ham, muffin, apple juice, milk, fruit
February 8: French toast, grape juice, milk, fruit
February 5: No School
February 6: Ham chef salad, corn, strawberries, milk, fruit and salad bar
Several Colorado students are among the 1,607 named by Fort Hays State University, in Hays, Kansas, to the Deans Honor Roll for the fall 2017 semester.
The Deans Honor Roll includes undergraduate students only. To be eligible, students must have completed 12 or more credit hours and earned a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester. Full-time on-campus and FHSU Virtual College students are eligible.
Lamar Community College students to provide free tax preparation to area families
This tax season, Lamar Community College is partnering with Denver-based Piton Foundation to help hard-working families become more financially secure by providing free tax preparation services through the Tax Help Colorado program. Beginning February 2, 2018, IRS-certified LCC students will prepare and file tax returns free of charge for individuals with household incomes of less than about $54,000 a year.
January 29 - Egg patty, toast, grape juice, V8, milk, fruit
January 30 - French toast, ham, apple juice, V8, milk, fruit
January 31 - Biscuits and gravy, orange juice, V8, milk, fruit
February 1 -
January 29 - Tostado, lettuce, tomato, orange, brownie, milk, salad and fruit bar
January 30 - Fried chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, roll, apple, milk, salad and fruit bar
I guess what doesn't kill you will make you stronger, and after the week that the County Line Rivals went through I am sure this statement is true. With a tri-meet in Limon on Thursday night and then following it up on Saturday for the Miner's Wrestling Tournament in Trinidad. This time of the year not only the weight factor comes in to play, but let's throw in flu season. The Tri-Meet was a kickoff to the weekend with Kiowa and Limon and although not many matches were wrestled it was good to see some of the Rivals get in a win. Saturday was an early 3:45 a.m.
Friday, Jan. 19
Eads HS Knowledge bowl
4:00 p.m. HS BB (H) Cheyenne Wells No JV Girls Full Boys JV
Saturday, Jan. 20
3:00 p.m. HS BB at Granada Leave Time 1:15 * Half Girls JV Full Boys JV
9:00 a.m. Wrestling at Trinidad
Monday, Jan. 22
Lunch: Chili Fiesta
Tuesday, Jan. 23
Lunch: Tomato Soup w/ Grilled Cheese
January 22 - Oatmeal, toast, orange juice, V8, milk, fruit
January 23 - Omelet, muffin, grape juice, V8, milk, fruit
January 24 - Breakfast Burrito, apple juice, V8, milk, fruit
January 25 - Bagel sandwich, orange juice, V8, milk, fruit
January 22 - Chili fiesta, lettuce, tomato, pears, milk, salad and fruit bar
January 23 - Tomato soup, grilled cheese, strawberries, milk, salad and fruit bar
In case you missed it on Saturday the County Line Rivals left it all on the mat and came through with the 1st Place team plaque. The scored 147.5 points to Lamar JV's 121, Duma JV's 117.5, and Peyton's 105, La Junta JV's 62, Limon's 38, Baca County's 25, Yuma's 16, and Crowley County's 8.
The Rivals had 12 wrestlers entered for the day but 2 were wrestling in the same weight bracket so that meant only 11 would be scoring points.
January 25, Lamar Community College will be hosting a stakeholder planning meeting regarding improvements to a portion of the Willow Creek Nature Trail that sits on its property. The meeting will be held from 5:30-7:00pm in the Large Lecture Hall of LCC's Bowman Building; all in the community are invited to attend.
"We are lucky to have such a unique outdoor space on our property, and we are excited about improving it for the benefit of our students and the community." said Sean Lirley, Director of Facilities.