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Lake Stevens Journal September 28, 2011 Page 5 Cooper completes basic FO0TBAllmmn training at West Point JOURNAl STAFF Cadet Shawn Cooper, son of John and Sandy Cooper of Lake Stevens, com— pleted Cadet Basic Training at the US. tary Academy. Cooper en— t e r e d We 3 t Point June 27. The initial military train- in g program provides cadets Cadet Shawn Cooper with basic skills to instill discipline, pride, cohesion, confidence and a high sense of duty to prepare them for entry into the Corps of Cadets. Areas of summer instruc— tion included first aid, mountaineering, hand grenades, rifle marksmanship and nuclear, biological, and chemical training. Cooper began classes Aug. 15. The West Point curriculum offers 45 majors balancing physical sciences and engineering with humanities and social sciences leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. Coopergraduatedfromlake StevensHigh School in 201 1. He plans to graduate from West Point in 2015 and be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the US. Army. .. .EHE Marie OdoherisluastCanoerAme Show your support with a pink feather or hair extension. All proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen Passionately Pink theft! VIKING-S OF THE (Selected by the LSHS Athletic Department) Robert Shandera,DDS 9421 N. Davies Rd. Lake Stevens 425-334-2900 Serving Lake Stevens area years NEW PATIENTS WELCOME! Newly remodeled offices 9421 I '— FRONTIER H. Device Rd ‘ 2: 0n N—i—s 3‘15“! nk ch. Thco Be vron ‘5 ‘ ‘ (the same easy-to find loation) with a four play, 70—yard TD drive to open the second halti- Three straight Nelson completions turned the trick-16yards to Gasca, nine to Pahukoa, and 43 to Gasca for the score. 31-14 Lake, at 10:02 Snohomish’s next possession gained 31 yards to theViking 39, but was thwart ed at that point when Guy and Anthony Blackie tackled Zerhire fora three—yard loss, forcing a Panther punt which went ’0 ut of bounds on the Viking eight. Ninety-two yards from paydirt? No problem for Nelson, who went three for five for 67 yards including 17 yards to Giddens, immediately followed by an 11-yard Giddens run, and a 41-yard TD pass to Pahukoa. 38-14 Lake, at 2:06 of the third quarter. Gasca’s fumbled fair catch resulted in Snohomish’s final TD. Recovering on the Viking 37, Snohomish scored in six plays capped by Crippens’ 24—yard run virtually untouched down the middle. St. Marie’s attempted two—point PAT run was smothered by several Vikings short of the goal line, including Young, Guy, Andrew Elgean and Brandon Johnson. 38-20 Lake, at 9:20 of the fourth. Lake nearly tacked on alateTD follow- ing a 27-yard Nelson to Gasca pass and Giddens’ nine-yard run to the Panther three. But Giddens fumbled on the next CREMATION $795 play, Nelson recovering on the nine. Two plays later Sellars made good on a 30-yard field goal (he is now three for three in that department) to close out the game’s scor- ing at 41-20 with 3:29 remaining. Nelson completed 23 of 29 passes (with one interception) for 376 yards and three TDs. He rushed for 82 net yards in eight carries, with two TDs. Giddens netted 74 yards in 13 carries. St. Marie finished with 118 net yards in 21 carries. Pahukoa’s seven catches gained 122 yards and two TDs. Gasca’s six receptions totaled 149 yards and aTD. Viking backup QB Gavin O'Neil com- pleted a seven-yard pass to Elgean on the game’s final play (Lake’s first non-Nelson pass attempt of the season so far). Lake netted 169 rushing and 383 passing. Snohomish netted 171 yards rushing and 47 passing (four of 11 with one interception). Lake had 23 first downs, Snohomish 13. Lake was penalized six times for 70 yards, Snohomish twice for 21 yards. Young was credited with 18 tackles to lead the Vikings in that department, followed by Elgean with 12, Guy and Pahukoa 10 each, Delgado and Enyeart 9 each, Gasca‘8. Elgean now has 45 tackles for the season, Young 44. Contributing QB sacks were Elgean, Guy and Young, one each. Peoples Memorial Members Welcome 360-658- 1921 Marysville Locally owned operated VILLAGE Kiaya Paulsen Girls Soccer Kiaya along with her defensive teammates have been very stingy with giving up goals so far this season. The junior keeper has only given up one goal on a penalty kick and has made many outstanding saves for the Vikings.‘ This past Friday the Viking girls soccer team defeated Snohomish 1-0 in a highly competitive soccer game to remain in first place in the WESCO north. Best of luck to Kiaya and the rest of the Vikings, and coaches as they move into the 2nd half of the season. When you'sc e‘u e a new patient Exam, X-Rays And Adult Cleaning To redeem please mention this offer when ull Mouth Scheduling your appointment. (new patients only) Most Insurances - Accepted ' V. seems". Lewes the its my; Brady Pahukoa Football Brady, a senior captain and Mo way starter for the Wings had a huge game on Friday night vs the Panthers of Snohomish. Scoring on two long pass receptionst hiswide receiver position, making big blocks to spring the running game, catching 8 passesfcr 119yards,ormaking 10taclrleson defense, Bradywasabusy man. 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