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Citizen-Tribune, Saturday, February 10, 2018 • Page 13

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Gymnasts close 2nd at Eagan


BY GARY W. MEYER vault and floor and from
EDITOR Emi Quill on floor and in
the all around.”
The Bulldog gymnas- She says the best high-
tics team journeyed to light of the evening was
Eagan last weekend and watching O’Brien success-
came away with an oh-so- fully compete the first dou-
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tory, losing to the hosts, floor in the history of BHS
142.000 to 141.325. gymnastics.
The Bulldogs placed
6

“Miranda has been


three athletes in the top five working so hard for this
in the all around, with Mi- skill; to see her compete
randa O’Brien scoring a and nail it was magical.
38.775 for first place. Each year there are usually
Thereafter followed Shan- only one or two gymnasts
non McCoy, Eagan, 37.450;
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Saturday. It was a first ever for BHS gymnastics. (Archive
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Photo by Bill Morgan)

“It was a balanced ef-


Home most weekends. Starting pay
Lindsay Olson, 9.150, and O’Brien, Quill and state tournament.
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and Emi Quill finished 3-4- O’Brien finished sec- Best team scores on second to Eagan’s 130.700.
5 on the uneven parallel ond to Shannon McCoy of vault and floor helped the Faith Madsen, Fallon
bars, scoring an 8.725, an Eagan in the balance beam Bulldogs to their best team Peterson, Mackensie Cota,
8.625 and an 8.0. with a 9.000; Quill was score of the season. Justine Vilmo, Rebecca
O’Brien topped the third with an 8.8. “Other highlights in- Psyk and Tessa Maruska
competion with a 9.555 in Eagan athletes took the cluded personal best scores were top scorers for the
the vault, with teammates top two places in the floor from Amelia Kirchner on team.

Wrestlers top Albany in finale


By Gary W. Meyer, Editor then Kevin Andress pinned
Matt Aho’s Bulldog Rafael Solis at 1:59 and
wrestlers concluded their Becker was flying, 24-3.
regular season dual meet Jacob Berning picked
schedule with a convincing up another forfeit victory,
win over Albany last Friday then Blake Paulson suffered
afternoon, relying on sev- a pinfall loss at 5:49 to
eral wrestlers with major Owen Meyer of Albany.
decision victories. Jurek got his pinfall
The Bulldogs raced out win at 160, then Albany
to a 36-9 edge in the meet registered three straight vic-
after Logan Jurek pinned tories. Connor Eickhoff lost
his opponent, Thomas Blat- by a 10-4 score at 170, Reid
tner, at 1:01. And although Tripp lost by pinfall at 3:28
Opening March 5th - Wealshire of Medina
The Wealshire of Bloomington is expanding to Medina! the Huskies chipped into to Riley Rakotz, and then
Wealshire is a Dementia/Alzhemier’s specific care facility. the large lead, it was too Becker lost by forfeit at
We are looking for qualified and dependable employees. large, and Becker prevailed, 195, and the score was 36-
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KYLEN RISH, in his recent match with a Little Falls

PM & NOC CNA’s starting at $17/hr Bulldogs a 10-5 dual meet Becker’s final points at 220
opponent. He won by a 6-5 decision. (Photo by Gary

record and second place in “It was a great win Winkels and Paulson beat- when he decisioned Carter
W. Meyer)

Dementia specific experience a plus! the conference, behind for us, ending our regular ing Dustin Schmitt, both by Fish, 12-5.
Foley. season dual meet sched- 10-2 decisions. Nick Radunz con-
rachel@wealshireofbloomington.com “It also was our senior ule.” Johnathon Lipinski cluded the activities with a
Please send resumes to

night and we honored four Ethan Anderson, 106, lost by 8-2 to William Mer- 5-3 decision loss to Marvin
of our seniors,” said Aho. got six points the easy way, gen, but then the Bulldogs Stang of Albany.
Wrestlers Blake Paulson with a forfeit victory, then went on another roll, win- Section team and indi-
www.wealshireofbloomington.com
and Nick Radunz, then also Adam Jurek and Lukas ning four of their next fivce vidual wrestling tourna-
our two senior Managers Paulson at 113 and 120 reg- matches. ments will be held Fridays
Ali Zimmer and Megan istered major decisions; Kylen Rish beat Javier and Saturdays of the next
FT ADULT REHABILITATIVE
Dudek. Jurek beating Connor Solis by a 10—1 decision, two weekends.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER
CMMHC has an opportunity full time opening at our Buffalo
location! The ARMHS provider is responsible for home and
community based mental health services to individuals
Robotics build week five update
By Brendan Potter, framework. The drivetrain subsystem pleting the fabrication of the “boom-
diagnosed with a mental illness and co-occuring disorders.

Contributing Writer along with a simple joystick-drive stick.”


Duties may incude: Implement services in the treatment plan for

CIS continues to make progress command are minimally supported. The Chairman’s essay and exec-
each recipient under the clinical supervision of a Mental Health

on their different departments and are The strategy group scoured the utive summaries are complete and
Profesisonal. Complete assessments and maintain client docu-

getting ready for this years game to be web in order to start scouting the com- will be submitted this week. Nerve
mentation under the direction of the Mental Health Professional

successful. petitors at each of the regionals. They wracking, but very exciting for the
and coordinate services with other programs and providers.

Media and marketing are focus- spent their day viewing social media team as they have been working on
Qualifications: The Mental Health Practitioner shall meet the

ing on the website to keep people in- accounts such as Twitter and YouTube their submission since July. Read-
qualifications defined in Minnesota Statute 245.462 subdivision

formed about what is happening in in order to get an idea of where other throughs with potential presentation
17. Experience and training provided in behavioral learning tech-

CIS. Celebrate Becker is coming up teams are at in their robot build team candidates have also taken place
niques, rehabilitation theory and practice. Clear DHS background

Feb. 24 and the CIS squad is prepar- process. and the final award team has been as-
study and sexual exploitations screening. Valid Driver’s License

ing for a day of excitement. “Knowing this information will sembled. The final piece of our award
and acceptable driving record.

“We use this event as a day to allow us to easier find compatible ro- submission is being led by the Media
To learn more and apply online visit www.cmmhc.org.

practice our branding and PIT set up bots during the competitions!” ex- team. They have been directing and
before our first competition in claims CIS. filming the video portion that will be
March,” states CIS. Engineering held try-outs for seen at competition if are team is se-

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team members that were interested in lected as the Chairman’s recipient.
AA/EEO

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cess, as they are responsible for ma- game this year. They still getting
· Handles customer and contractor calls
tion and team pictures.
The programming squad is hav- neuvering the robot on the game field ready for their regional in Duluth,
· Prepares bid pricing

ing the programmers complete the at competitions. Build team members which is in March.
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Paul Highland Park
BY KEON MCGARVEY period. There was no score
in the third period.
The Eagles served four
CONTRIBUTING WRITER

The Eagles hockey minutes on two penalties.


SHOW US YOUR team began their four-game St. Paul Highland Park
Join our team of nearly
road series with a trip to St. served six minutes for three

BEST!
10,000 professionals
Paul Highland Park Satur- infractions.
day. The Eagles trailed early Despite not scoring
dedicated to bringing our

and were unable to recover, more than one goal, the Ea-
best every day to patients,

losing 4-1. gles had more offensive


their families and our

St. Paul Highland Park shots on the goal than St.


community!
scored three goals in the Paul Highland Park. The
first and a fourth goal to Eagles had 35 shots on the
start the second period. goal. Zach Piehl tended the
We have openings for CORBIN KOLLAR

Corbin Kollar, with the goal all 51 minutes of play


positions in patient care scored the only goal for

assist from Austin Rydberg, and faced 27 shots, saving


and non-patient care areas. the Eagles last Saturday

scored the Eagles’ only goal 23.


against St Paul Highland

midway through the second


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