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00ymnasts compete in three meets Lady hoopsters drop two ie Ortonville gymnastics team , No meets during the past two They travelled to Marshall on 18, 1997, and lost 112.4 to .'-".. It competitors scored well with :)nvllle obin scoring a 7.3 for third ndent i. Hilary Wiese scored a 6.9 112460) , 4' i Thlelke-6.55, Getta Hagen-6. , hEReHlary Meyers-5.45. ;her iese took third on the uneven A .... with a 5 9 while teammate I'-HUI'IIL e . .. t Editor ; sconng.a 3 3 w low or exercise scores ere , CriER_- ,llering the tricks the gymnasts lisinggalrmed ' said coach Becky ,SHAM !st. Tobin scored a 5.6, Lucinda ographer ]ahcon-5.3, Getta Hagen-5.2, and J thielke-5 15 -I-KELZ bEl " " . Consul." alance beam routines were ] -tl Y performed with falls, :ULLER [uist said. Wiese scored a 5.4, .nager ielke scored 5.0. WlESE listmas break gave some of the maaer etltors a chance to tou hen u L S . g P ANTIS  Jsseton Invitational on Jan. 3. . .. ^.)tton won with a score of 122.2, osJlon :Ved by Watertown-119, Clark- GIESE .[, Sisseton- 113.3 Milbank- 104, eceptiorville.99 8, and Deuel-94. KE te floor exercise competitors saw  : nice scores for their efforts. _Je SCored a 6 8, Thielke-6.5, lOB SHl,ahon.6.3 Hagen-6.4, and Tobin- 3en artment ;OBLIC YMNAST OF THE WEEK to Nikki Thielke who a seasonal best on floor 6.95, and all around, at the Benson meet on 6. FRESHMAN HILARY WIESE keeps her balance during a delicate maneuver on a recent balance beam routine. b ys The vaulters threw clean 8th grade o win handspring vaults and scored well, Holtquist said. Tobin led the team with a 7.6. Wiese scored a 7.5, Thielke-6.9, Hagen-6.8, and McMahon-6.5. Balance beam gymnasts had a few falls to keep them from placing. Tobin had a 6.8, Wiese-6.7, Thielke-6.4, Hagen-5.5, and McMahon-5.1. Execution problems kept the uneven bar scores down, Holtquist said. Wiese hit a 6.4, Thielke-5.9, Jessica Ktang-3.7, Linda Wendland- 3.6, and Tobin-3.3. At the all-around position, Wiese scored a 27.4, Thielke scored 25.7, and Tobin scored 23.8. The B squad also competed and scored a 56.1. Holtquist said they were weakened because some young girls were pulled up to varsity to fill some positions. The team traveled to Benson on January 6. Although the team score wasn't strong, 86.6, some individuals had season bests. Benson was very strong and scored a 120.2. The flu and injuries left the Trojan squad short three competitors, so the tea m had to compete short on each event. Sophomore Nikki Thielke ht a personal best this season on floor exercise by scoring a 6.95. She also hit a best on all around and placed third with a 25.9. Her other scores were uneven bars 6.7, vaul.f6.8, and beam 5.65. , "" Ninth grader Hilary Wiese was slightly ill, but still held her own to score well. She scored a 7.0 on vault, 6.3 on floor, 6.45 on bars, 5.65 on beam, and 25.4 on all around. Other vault scores were Getta Hagen and Jessica Klang 5.6. The B squad also competed and scored a 42.8. They were also weakened by illness and injuries. CASH FOR HOMEOWNERS BEDDING Considered APPLIANCES dorer 4x4 1987 Chew S-10 Ext. Cab 4x4 74,000 Miles V6- Auto- Air- Nice and Clean Best deal around! Ready to roll! COMPARE...MILBANK FORD WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! The OHS Lady Trojans opened the new year by entertaining the C-G-B Wolverines last Tuesday night. The Trojans proved to be good hosts by absorbing a 48-37 loss to C-G-B. After falling behind by seven points at the first quarter break, the Trojans rallied in the second quarter to tie the game at 20 at the half. The third quarter proved to be the difference, as C-G-B outscored the Trojans 17 to seven and took the ten point lead which held up through the fourth quarter. The Trojans were led in scoring by Kelly Miller and Tiffany Finke with l l apiece. Heidi Wittnebel ted in rebounds with 11 boards. Wittnebel also scored six points. Finke and Amanda Hillman had seven rebounds each. The Trojans only shot 16 percent from the field. "Not many games are won with that kind of shooting percentage," said coach Connie Newman. The ladies traveled to Hancock last Friday night for a conference game against the Owls. The defending state champions proved to be too much for the Trojans, as they came away with a 82-53 victory. Hancock jumped to a 16-2 lead in the first quarter, and even though the Trojans would make a slight comeback, that deficit was too big a margin, which was 20 points at the half, to overcome. The Trojans managed to stay in the ball game in the second half, but the constant defensive pressure by the Owls was too much for Ortonville. The Trojans were led in scoring by Tiffany Finke with 14 points. Amanda Hillman had 12 points and seven rebounds. 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Statistics for the tournament were Ross Wiegman, 17 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 6 steals; Justin Moen 6-7-3-2; Brett Huizenga 4-1-2- 0; Joe Fuller 29-12-5-5; Derek Rieck 59-21-6-17; Joe Henrich 16-20-4-1; Nate Thompson 27-8-3-2; Pete Ross 17-7-3; Matt Pfingsten 32-15-23-8; and Tanner Radermacher 20-13-8-6. Locals advance to state Supershots Sixteen local boys and girls competed in the Regional Supershots basketball competition on Saturday, January 10 in Paynesville. These contestants qualified for this event by placing first or second in the local event held earlier. This is a JayCee sponsored event. Five locals won the regional contest and will advance to the state competition on February 1 at Stillwater.Natasha Thompson won the fourth grade girls division. Benjamin Zahrbock took first in the boys fifth grade event. Amy Speth was first in girls sixth grade. Andy Ross won the ninth grade boys event. 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"It Pays to Shop the Store Where You Get Morel" m-l clay, Jan. 13, TROJANS WINTER SPORTS SCHEDULES 1997-98 BOYS BASKETBALL Jan. 15 Jan. 26 Jan. 17 Jan.22 1 Opponent (Location) Time Jan. 20 C-G-B (Graceville) 6:30 GYMNASTICS Milbank (Milbank) 6:30 Morris (Ortonville Armory) 6:30 WRESTLING Minnewaska Duals (Minnewaska) 9:30 West Central Area (home) 6:00 1997-98 GIRLS BASKETBALL Opponent (Location) Time Jan. 13 KMS (Ortonville) 6:00 Jan. 16 Wheaton (Odonville) 6:30 Jan. 22. C-G-B (Clinton) 6:30 1998  INDEPENDENT Page 5