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Page 8 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Wednesday, october 7, 2009 iΈ i ~ ~ Returning You to Your ' 0 HARDIN BROTHERS AUTOMOT , INC, "'Quality Service is Our Business" Mammoth Auto Parts A Parts +Plus Store Supplied by Merle's Auto Supply- some parts in stock, same day or next day service on others Complete Auto Service & Repairs • COOLING SYSTEMS cOIL CHANGES "TUNE-UPS "CLUTCHES "ELECTRICAL "4X4 RECOVERY • AIR CONDITIONING "TRANSMISSION • COMPUTER DIAGNOSTIC • BRAKES & SHOCKS "LOCKOUTS "CUSTOM EXHAUST Larry Estrada, Owner/Operator New Location 726 Hwy. 77 Mammoth 487 -2479 ’ • • • • • • • • • • • 0 £ PPERAR A o C0M NAN latest v deos. Mighty Mite Miners take time for a photo after their inter-squad scrimmage Friday night. (Frank Smith photo) 0. ut out e season • re By Frank Smith The Mountain Vista football team hosted the Vandals from Miami on Sept. 29; the Cougars were handed an 18 - 0 loss. It was their first shut out loss of the season. Things don't seem to get any easier from here as the Cougars will face the three toughest teams in the league in the final three games of the season. They headed up to Globe on Tuesday and will host the San Manuel Miners on Oct. t 3 with a 4 p.m. kick off. The Mountain Vista volleyball teams hosted Ray on Sept. 30 with the seventh grade team losing" both games 17-25 and 14-25. The eighth grade game was an exciting matchup. Ray took the first set 17 - 25 while the Lady Cougars settled in In the second set. the Cougars led near the end with a score of 21-15 then let their opponent back into the game to tie it up 21-21. The score swayed back and forth over the net at 23 all and 24 all theft the Cougars jumped ahead to win the game 26-24 which sent the game into a third game tie breaker. The Cougars took the. first lead at 11- 7 and then let the bearcats back in that game to tie it up 11-11. 13-13, 14-14 and then one point leads for each team. The Cougars finally broke the tie at 18-17 and won 19-17. Olympia Snelgrove was powerful at the net. Brittany Allison rallied the team with her determination to place accurate passes and hard serves. Final score for eighth graders win 17- 25.26-24. and 19-17. Coach Janice Vigil said, "It was quite an intense match. The Cougars have had a lot of close games, but had only one the non- division games vs. San Carlos and Holy Angels. This was the first division victory. Our last three games will be against our division, teams we have previously played and competed well against. Monday's game vs. Hayden will- be a tough match especially if Hayden serves as well as our last meet up. Hopefully our serving and passing improvements will make it a better'match up." The Lady Cougars traveled to Hayden on Monday and will head over to Eloy on Oct. 14 with the seventh graders playing at 4 and the eighth graders at 5 p.m. omml Cooler weather and football marks the begmnmg of autumn. Signups are ongoing for the 2009 Mammoth-San Manuel Community Schools l~lag Football season. Girls and boys can sign up for flag football today (Oct. 7) from 6-7 p.m. at the Community Scho01s~ office in San Manuel or at the~ soccer tournament on Saturday in Mammoth from 8 a.m. to noon. THIS IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER-NO LATE REGISTRATIONS TAKEN. Cost to register is $25 per kid. Fees must be paid al the time of registration so that uniforms can be purchased. Don't want to play football? Looking to express your .more • Periodic Maintenance • Suspension • Air Conditioning • Brakes • Wheel Balancing • Electrical • Engine Tune-up • Wheel Alignment • Diagnostic/Drive Ability Call For An Appointment 16255 N. Oracle Rd., Catalina, AZ 85739 .I artistic side? Why not consider dance/cheer? The dance/cheer group started at the beginning of soccer season and continues year round. Girls can sign up at the beginning of each "season." Registration dates and fees are the same as football. Scouts Mammoth-San Manuel Community Schools has partnered with the Boy Scouts of America (BSAI for a special rural program - when you register for flag football, be sure you also register with the BSA. Once you are a member, as long as you show your BSA membership card, you will receive a discount for all of the Community Schools sports programs. The Community Schools Scouts will be doing additional activities to earn badges, pins, awards and take part in other fun and exciting scouting adventures. Registration for BSA is a one-time fee of $15. For more information on the Cards, Cars, Loans, Taxes, Student Loans... oponsors • I almost ANYTHING! WELL THERE IS! I SOU Go to To Your Good Fortune, John Homnack sports program or scouting, call Suppose there was a way to... Amy at 385-2336 ext 120or email Pay off Mortgages, Rents, Leases, Credit her at I1 1 I I 1 I I I I II Click on ony Video tl en click on UPLOAD VIDEO Marshall T rimble's visit to OHS Frank Palazzolo's cooking segments Mammoth San Manuel Oracle Soccer Highlights Life in Superior o Superior Now and Then Tortolita Gutpluckers Join us on twitter! Follow us at or click on Twitter on our website menu • • • • • • • • • • • BIG ns! The Tri-Community Food Bank i~ seeking sponsors for the Adopt- A-Family Christmas program. Most sponsors give each child in a family two or three presents with a total value of $60 per child. Some sponsors may give the adults a present or food. Other sponsors for the program donate money, and then the volunteers will do the shopping for those families. If you or YOur organization would be interested in sponsonng a family or a child or contributing cash donations• please contact the Tri-Cojnmunity Food Bank at 520-487-2010 or Jovce at 520- 385-’512. Donations may be sent to the Tri-Community Food Bank, P.O. Box 38, Mammoth, AZ 85618 (please note on the check that it is for the AAF program). This year all families who will be sponsored by the Adopt-A-Family Christmas program are being referred by local social service agencies and schools. Families who have been referred will be sent the application. The Tri-Community Food Bank is also requesting that any groups giving gifts to families please contact us so that we can avoid duplicating families. (487-2010 or 385-4512) The Tri-Community Food Bank is coordinating with the Golder Ranch Fire Department and SaddleBrooke Outreach.