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Page lOB Wednesday, October 12, 2016 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas I Sports By Wayne Craig Luther shot a one under drive of364-yards. Bulletin Sports par 71 to earn the individual Other Bulldog golfers who Five Bulldog golfers trav- first place medal, competed at the tournament eledtotheTeravistaeourselast Parker was right on his included Kaden Stubblefield week and two of Burnet's ath- heels with a round of 74 which who shot a 106; Dylan John- letes claimed the top two med- earned him second place son turned in a 110; and Cole alist spots in the competition, respectively. Shouldis finished with a 114. Burner golfers Jess Luther Luther also claimed the top "Please congratulate these and Colton Parker had a great spot in the longest drive com- guys when you see them," said day on the greens, petition with an outstanding Burnet golf coach Roy Kiser. Dust Dawgs competing at district race this Saturday in Lampasas By Wayne Craig Bumet runner Jordan Kil- Bulletin Sports lebrew claimed gold in the JW The Bumet cross coun- boys division with an overall try teams will compete this frst place finish. Izzy Ramon Saturday at Lampasas forwas the top female runner for district titles and regional Bumet in JV competition. qualifications. At the middle school lev- The Dust Dawgs got a look el Bumet earned the top two at the course this week with spots in the seventh-grade Thursday races in Lampasas. girls bracket with Ashlyn Cal- Bumet had several athletes houn placing first and Maria who did very well at their final Leon taking silver. pre-district race. The eighth-grade girls top The varsity girls took finisher was Gracyn Bennett fifth place overall as a team. who finished sixth. Trynadee Green was Bumet's Cooper Davis was the sev- top female finisher taking enth-grade boys top performer. ninth place overall. Be sure to travel to Lam- In the varsity boys division pasas on Saturday morning to Tanner Abbott was tops for cheer the Dust Dawgs on to Burnet with a 44 place finish, victory:: From Page 1B lardo 10 for 107. Leading rushers were Ford, 11 for 65, one TD; and Reeves, six for 22. Bumet will host Gatesville Friday night, 7:30 p.m. start. The Hornets are coming offa 56-42 home victory over Lampasas. They are 4-2, 1-0 this sea- son. The other district game had La Vega beating Liberty Hill, 34-20. of their damage on the ground Contributed with 424 rushing yards and five Jordan Killebrew nears touchdowns; and 103-yards the completion of his race passing with two scores, last week at the Lampasas Edwards completed 24 of hosted cross country event. Killebrew took first place in 40 attempts for 330-yards, one the JV boys division. Burnet score, one INT. had several top finishes and Leading rece.rivers were will return to Lampasas this Galban, nine for 133; and Gal- Saturday, Oct. 15 for district competition. Contributed Colton Parker (left) and Jess Luther (right) played a top notch round of golf last week at Teraviata. Luther shot a one under par 71 for first and Parker claimed the silver with a round of 74. Bonnie Latham's checkup took a surprising turn when the doctor fornd ........ a suspicious lump on the 30-year-old mother's breast. "'lhc biopsy c on fi rmed i it was cancer." Suddenly, the Baylor Scott & White Health facility she knew and loved as her baby's birthplace became the venue for another kind of journey. "Frorn diagnosis through mastectonly, chcmo and rcconstruction, they were tlaete every step of the way." Bonnie continued to,turn to the comprehensive breast cancer team even after treatment was done. "qhey helped me overconae post-trcamaent I~:als about reoccu rrence?' I Today, Bonnie credits the team with saving her life. "1 just want to spread I Elit word that if you're deah this hand, it's an incredible place," 1 BaylorScott &White ........................... HEALTH To schedule an appointment, call our Radiology Scheduling Department at 830,201.8130 or visit us online at e a i] I C t tl f V f jl a (3 g P C t] e d e u Y ( 1 13 b 4 4 f a c P tl % ( n a a tl 0 a e: L I_ t( k fi V a fi iI g it COLLECTION POINT IS AT S. WESTFALL @ CEMETERY STREET PROOF OF CITY OF BURNET RESIDENCY REC UIRED {1 '1 iV '1 :, i I~ { ' I ] ' 1~ ' ,lnrl II i hi',/Iqlll " Debris Electronic= Household Junk Tlrel Not On Rims (max 4 F rogtF~.,~v :' per household) Batteries Insectlddel, herbicides, etc. Construction debris Ttra on rims ~) Wet Paint ?:30 A.M, UNTIL Z P.M. OR UNTIL ALL CONTAINERS ARE FILLED CLEAN UP INFORMATION: Contact Cindy Young at (512) 715-3216 or cyoung@cityofburnet,com NEED HELP WITH TRANSPORT? Contact Evan Mtlliorn at (512) 715-3200 or THANK YOU SPONSORS BRUSH PICKUP Oty of Burner crew= will be periodically pickin8 up brush from the curbdde in the three weeks precedin8 the event. Brush pickups are not |heduled, OJstomersjust need to place Ihe brush at the curb and it will be picked up as crews are available. Brush does not have to be bundled or cut into specific lengths. # BumetPr0ud e: fi c: tt Sl 13 sl L 7 c: n r( g, y, tt P b n, n, fi T U T B I