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Trojan Mat Men place well at Parkers Prairie Jan. 16 103 POUND JOE KARELS placed third in Parkers Prairie (third step). JOSH KELLEN, at 140 pounds, took home fourth place. (fourth step). AT 160 POUNDS, James Thompson placed fourth in his weight class (bottom step). FIRST PLACE in the 189 pound class went to Blake Schmieg (top). FalIMilbankVallevArchers300 League Schmieg takes first, Karels third in tournament Satu R. McDaniel Ortonville 299 54 D. Amberg Milbank 294 26 S. Dahle Ortonville 294 24 M. Blackwelder Chokio 290 27 J. Hufford Morris 289 29 R. Flottmeyer Milbank 288 24 L. Capp Milbank 288 24 B. Zahnow Big Stone 287 19 S. Meyer Milbank 281 19 K. Capp Milbank 276 19 B. Gatz Milbank 273 18 K. Przybycien Milbank 269 11 D. McKinney Ortonvile 266 18 A. Veem Milbank 265 18 J. Cloos Milbank 252 8 R. McKinney Ortonville 236 8 D. McKinney Ortonville 182 7 Trojan girls fall to KMS The Ortonville Wrestling Team traveled to Parkers Prairie on Saturday for the Panther Wrestling Invitational. Team totals were as follows: Royalton 194, Breckenridge 159, Parkers Prairie 140, Crosby Ironton 129.5, Eagle Valley 105, Ortonville 76, Upsala/Swanville 21. The Mat Men turned in a great team effort. The Trojans scored the most points in an individual tourna- ment with 76. The team had one champion, one third place, two fourths, one fifth, and seven sixth places. Everyone on the team scored points for the Trojans. They were in every match, and even lost a few they should have won. "All in all I was very proud of the effort put fourth by everyone," stated Coach Joe Eustice. "We are getting much better and real- ly make our opponents earn the matches that we lose." The OHS lady Trojans traveled to Kerkhoven last Monday night and were soundly defeated by the Fighting Saints 59-45. The Trojans were in the game at the end of the first quarter, trailing by only one 15-14. That was it, though, as the last three quarters belonged to the host team. The Trojans succumbed to the tight defensive pressure of the Saints. Coach Connie Newman stated, "The middle two quarters again proved to be the difference as it has in nearly every Trojan loss this year. The fourth quarter comeback in games like this is too little too late." Tiffany Finke led the scoring with 18 points and also scored seven rebounds. Heidi Wittnebel had 11 points and six boards. Margo Reiffenberger had eight points and nine steals. No one else could score more than four points. Laura Lantis had seven rebounds Shooting 30 percent from the floor, the team grabbed only 28 rebounds. Newman stated, "Not too many games are victories with those figures." Pulling off a win, though, was the Trojan ninth grade team, by a score of 28-5. The B-squad girls also fell to the Saints by a score of 30-27. Ortonville gymnasts compete two times in action last week The OHS gymnastic team compet- scores were vault 7.35 and beam 5.65. ed twice during the last week. The Lucy McMahon had nice floor and girls hosted Morris on Jan. 11 in a vault scores. She hit a 7.6 on vault dual, and then traveled to Milbank, SD and a 6.75 on floor. Senior Linda Jan. 15 for a quadrangular. Wentland hit her sn high on bars Begimaing-the Morris t strong . with a 4,4, while iorIaaen on vault, floor and bars, the Trojans then could not hold together on the beam and too many falls cost the team valuable points. Morris was weaker on bars but came back strong on beam to win the meet with a 104.8 to Ortonville's 100.4. The Trojans placed well as individ- uals. Hillary Wiese placed in all events. She medaled first on bars with a 7.5, second on vault with a 7.85, sec- ond all-around with 29.65, and third on floor and beam with scores of 7.45 and 6.85 respectively. Nikki Thielke placed in two events. She medaled second all-around at 26.7 and second on bars 7.15. Her other hit her season high on floor with a 5.55. Seventh grader Becky LaVoi hit a handspring vault to score a 6.85. The B-squad squeaked by Morris by scoring a 60.5 to Morris' 58.5. Individual placers were Becky LaVoi, first on bars with 2.9, Annie Hedge second on beam with 5.0, Sarah Kriesel second on bars with 2.3, Samantha Cloos second in vault with 5.5 and Martha VanLith third on floor with 3.5. The Milbank meet saw weaker scores from the beam competitors to once again pull the team score down. Britton won with 115.85, followed by Clark at 114.25, Milbank 110.8 and Ortonville 97.2. The team began after Christmas tough on beam, but has not put it together the last two meets. Nikki Thielke and Hillary Wiese performed excellent uneven bar rou- tines to hit a seasonal best at 7.6 and to tie at fourth place medal. Vaulters were slightly off with Lucy McMahon at 7.4, Hillary Wiese at 7.1, Nikki Thielke 6.9, Becky LaVoi 6.5 and Amy Haukos 5.6. Floor exercise performers were having some execution problems with back tucks being thrown low to tug their score down. Hillary Wiese hit a 7.4, Lucy McMahon a 6.9, Nikki Thielke a 6.1 and Getta Hagen 5.1. The team now has a week off to work on their tumbling and beam exe- cution before their next home meet against Milbank on Monday, Jan. 25. At 103 pounds Joe Karels was in the toughest weight class for the Trojans. He was seeded second behind highly rated Michael Arvidson of Parkers Prairie. Karels was not at his best because of sickness, but won two of his three matches to place third. Joe lost a hard fought match to a tough Carl Mrosla of Royalton 4-2. Karels wrestled a good match, but just did not have the strength he needed to finish his moves because he was not at 100percent. Karels did beat Aaron Odegaard of Crosby Ironton 4-0. He also decisioned Adam Godhaw of Eagle Valley 6-4 to take third place honors. Frankie Koval wrestled at 112 pounds for the Trojans and picked up sixth place. Koval, a seventh grader, continues to show improvement every match and is able to do a lot of good things out there. At 125 pounds Stuart Stone really wrestled well, but continues to have a tough time on the mat. He is starting to do many things well, but will get caught on his back and is called pinned when it appears that he has his shoulder off the mat. "I have seen Stuart's improvement all year, but Saturday was the first time that he has felt that he is getting better. Things should start getting better for him now that he can tell he is improving," Eustice said. At 130 pounds Eric Collins placed sixth. Eric was able to fight off his back with more consistency and is doing a great job for an eighth grader. At 135 pounds David Picard picked up fifth place. At 140 pounds Jason Kellen continued his up and down sea- son, getting his tenth win with two losses to take fourth place.Kellen is only an eighth grader who has to wres- tle upperclassman all the time. Eustice said he is doing great for his age and will turn into a fine wrestler. At 152 pounds Rich Raffety wres- tled very well all day. He was in a position to win every match that he was in. Eustice said, "I am not sure why but for some reason the refs do not like to call the pin for Rich. In the semi-final match and in one of his wrestleback matches it sure looked like he had the fall, but the ref did not see it the way we did and Rich ended up losing both matches, and ended up taking sixth on the day." At 160 pounds James Thompson was 2-2 on the day and picked up fourth place. In his opening round match James won by fall over Ryan Nord of Breck. In the semi-finals he lost by fall to Jr Ferrier of C-I. Thompson then won by fall over Karstrom in 2:34 to get into and fourth place match. James lost to Craig Banrows of P.P. to fourth. At 171 pounds Josh placed sixth. At 189 pounds Blake wrestled his way to his second pionship in seven days. Blake number one seed in the Schmieg won all of his fall. In his opening round pinned Derek Johnson of P.P. second round Blake pinned Bauer of Breck. In the round Schmieg won by fall over i Moller of Eagle Valley. Blake wrestled a good tournament. He' able to keep from making and found a way to come out every time. Josh Kellen also wrestled at pounds. Kellen had one win and loses on the day. Keith Haggerty wrestled at weight. Haggerty wrestled to a place finish. "Things are starting to look many of the Mat Men," Eustice "If we can get everyone think that everyone will get but better. We were able to win matches that a year or two would have 10st. We should have more matches than we did, but happens to everyone. It is nice us be in most of the matches wrestling. It is just great to hard work start to pay of with wins. We have alot of young the team who are turning into good wrestlers." The next action for the Mat will be Thursday, Jan. 21 at Energy Assistance OHS Trojan eighth g program available team off and running Have you fallen behind on your heating bills this last heating season? Do you need help to catch up? The Energy Program delivered by Prairie Five, CAC, Inc., is taking applications to help pay heating costs. The Energy Program pays only part of your heating costs and makes payments directly to the vendor. We look at three (3) months income before the month of application. Income Guidelines (3 Months) The eighth grade boys basketball team is off and running with five games under their belts. In the first game Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley defeated the Ortonville team by a score of 38-13. With only having one practice before the game, the team couldn't get any- thing going. Tony Weber had seven points to lead the Trojans in the game. In the second game, Hancock defeated the Trojans by making a nice comeback. Leading the guys was David Guse with 17 points, Tony Weber with 14, Brandon Swigerd with seven and Kelly Stattelman with two. Andy Eee,"ason Pfleger, Josh Ld and Landon Franzky also did a nice job on the defense in this game. The Trojans' next two games were in a tournament in Morris. In the first game Ortonville lost to Benson 36-30. In the second game, a very good Montevideo team defeated Ortonville 58-12. This was a very tall team that the Trojans had trouble Last Thursday, the Chokio-Alberta and in an ballgame the boys lost in 44. This was definitely the best, yet for the team as every one guys played well in the game. Guse led the Trojans with 15 Tony Weber had 13, Kelly had a fine game with seven pulled down nine rebounds, Swigerd had six points, and Franzky had two. The boys are showing a improvement and are really 'thto their own. This sists of David Guse, Tony Jason Pfleger, Ryan Hagen Johnson. This is a great group to work with and they are every time out. Good things pen to this team if they keep on improving every time out. Independent Ads Get (You're reading this one aren't you?) Household Size 1 $3,653 2 4,777 3 5,901 4 7,025 Households Wfio live in subsidizing housing, whose heat is included in their rent, are eligible for a fiat grant. The grant must be paid to their electric i vendor. If their electricity is included in their rent, direct payment will be made to the household. For more information, contact the Big Stone County Outreach Worker, Felicia Ath'ey, at 320-325-5227 in Clinton. 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Spare Parts 0 S 1/14/99 Klrchberg Corot. 4 4 HIG: Deb Sandberg 223; HTG: Won Lost Yardstick 4 4 Rose Sherod $87; HTG: Pepsi Sntl 8 O THple T 3 S 887; I-ITS: Pepsi 2461. ers 6 2 Wanna B's 2 6 BUT THIII 1987 Chevy S-10 - v6, A=o, AC- o., $2,900 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager. a.a, v6 $00,900 - 1994 Chew Silverado 4x4 - aso, Auto, Loaded" Only, North Hwy. 75 OrtonviUe, MN 56278 : 1988 Chew 4x4 - va, 1/2 Ton, Auto, Pretty Red $00,900 TROJANS WINTER SPORTS SCH DULES " t 1998 99 BOYS BASKETBALL GYMNASTICS Date O m3one.t (Location ]'ime 1998 99 GIRLS BASKETBALL Date O DDonenV (Location) Time Jan. 25 Milbank (Ortonville) " 6:30 Date Qponent ILocationl i.Ti.Ti.Ti.Ti.Ti.T. Jan.00 00:00 WRESTLING Jan. 19 C-T-F (Away) 6:00 Jan. 22 Wheaton (Ortonville) 6:15 Jan. 26 MUbank (Ortonville) 6:30 Jan. 21 Dawson-Boyd (Dawson) 6:30 Jan. 21 C-G-B (Ortonville) 5:00 Jan. 26 West Central (Barrett) 6:00 Page 6 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Jan. 19, Trojan Mat Men place well at Parkers Prairie Jan. 16 103 POUND JOE KARELS placed third in Parkers Prairie (third step). JOSH KELLEN, at 140 pounds, took home fourth place. (fourth step). AT 160 POUNDS, James Thompson placed fourth in his weight class (bottom step). FIRST PLACE in the 189 pound class went to Blake Schmieg (top). FalIMilbankVallevArchers300 League Schmieg takes first, Karels third in tournament Satu R. McDaniel Ortonville 299 54 D. Amberg Milbank 294 26 S. Dahle Ortonville 294 24 M. Blackwelder Chokio 290 27 J. Hufford Morris 289 29 R. Flottmeyer Milbank 288 24 L. Capp Milbank 288 24 B. Zahnow Big Stone 287 19 S. Meyer Milbank 281 19 K. Capp Milbank 276 19 B. Gatz Milbank 273 18 K. Przybycien Milbank 269 11 D. McKinney Ortonvile 266 18 A. Veem Milbank 265 18 J. Cloos Milbank 252 8 R. McKinney Ortonville 236 8 D. McKinney Ortonville 182 7 Trojan girls fall to KMS The Ortonville Wrestling Team traveled to Parkers Prairie on Saturday for the Panther Wrestling Invitational. Team totals were as follows: Royalton 194, Breckenridge 159, Parkers Prairie 140, Crosby Ironton 129.5, Eagle Valley 105, Ortonville 76, Upsala/Swanville 21. The Mat Men turned in a great team effort. The Trojans scored the most points in an individual tourna- ment with 76. The team had one champion, one third place, two fourths, one fifth, and seven sixth places. Everyone on the team scored points for the Trojans. They were in every match, and even lost a few they should have won. "All in all I was very proud of the effort put fourth by everyone," stated Coach Joe Eustice. "We are getting much better and real- ly make our opponents earn the matches that we lose." The OHS lady Trojans traveled to Kerkhoven last Monday night and were soundly defeated by the Fighting Saints 59-45. The Trojans were in the game at the end of the first quarter, trailing by only one 15-14. That was it, though, as the last three quarters belonged to the host team. The Trojans succumbed to the tight defensive pressure of the Saints. Coach Connie Newman stated, "The middle two quarters again proved to be the difference as it has in nearly every Trojan loss this year. The fourth quarter comeback in games like this is too little too late." Tiffany Finke led the scoring with 18 points and also scored seven rebounds. Heidi Wittnebel had 11 points and six boards. Margo Reiffenberger had eight points and nine steals. No one else could score more than four points. Laura Lantis had seven rebounds Shooting 30 percent from the floor, the team grabbed only 28 rebounds. Newman stated, "Not too many games are victories with those figures." Pulling off a win, though, was the Trojan ninth grade team, by a score of 28-5. The B-squad girls also fell to the Saints by a score of 30-27. Ortonville gymnasts compete two times in action last week The OHS gymnastic team compet- scores were vault 7.35 and beam 5.65. ed twice during the last week. The Lucy McMahon had nice floor and girls hosted Morris on Jan. 11 in a vault scores. She hit a 7.6 on vault dual, and then traveled to Milbank, SD and a 6.75 on floor. Senior Linda Jan. 15 for a quadrangular. Wentland hit her sn high on bars Begimaing-the Morris t strong . with a 4,4, while iorIaaen on vault, floor and bars, the Trojans then could not hold together on the beam and too many falls cost the team valuable points. Morris was weaker on bars but came back strong on beam to win the meet with a 104.8 to Ortonville's 100.4. The Trojans placed well as individ- uals. Hillary Wiese placed in all events. She medaled first on bars with a 7.5, second on vault with a 7.85, sec- ond all-around with 29.65, and third on floor and beam with scores of 7.45 and 6.85 respectively. Nikki Thielke placed in two events. She medaled second all-around at 26.7 and second on bars 7.15. Her other hit her season high on floor with a 5.55. Seventh grader Becky LaVoi hit a handspring vault to score a 6.85. The B-squad squeaked by Morris by scoring a 60.5 to Morris' 58.5. Individual placers were Becky LaVoi, first on bars with 2.9, Annie Hedge second on beam with 5.0, Sarah Kriesel second on bars with 2.3, Samantha Cloos second in vault with 5.5 and Martha VanLith third on floor with 3.5. The Milbank meet saw weaker scores from the beam competitors to once again pull the team score down. Britton won with 115.85, followed by Clark at 114.25, Milbank 110.8 and Ortonville 97.2. The team began after Christmas tough on beam, but has not put it together the last two meets. Nikki Thielke and Hillary Wiese performed excellent uneven bar rou- tines to hit a seasonal best at 7.6 and to tie at fourth place medal. Vaulters were slightly off with Lucy McMahon at 7.4, Hillary Wiese at 7.1, Nikki Thielke 6.9, Becky LaVoi 6.5 and Amy Haukos 5.6. Floor exercise performers were having some execution problems with back tucks being thrown low to tug their score down. Hillary Wiese hit a 7.4, Lucy McMahon a 6.9, Nikki Thielke a 6.1 and Getta Hagen 5.1. The team now has a week off to work on their tumbling and beam exe- cution before their next home meet against Milbank on Monday, Jan. 25. At 103 pounds Joe Karels was in the toughest weight class for the Trojans. He was seeded second behind highly rated Michael Arvidson of Parkers Prairie. Karels was not at his best because of sickness, but won two of his three matches to place third. Joe lost a hard fought match to a tough Carl Mrosla of Royalton 4-2. Karels wrestled a good match, but just did not have the strength he needed to finish his moves because he was not at 100percent. Karels did beat Aaron Odegaard of Crosby Ironton 4-0. He also decisioned Adam Godhaw of Eagle Valley 6-4 to take third place honors. Frankie Koval wrestled at 112 pounds for the Trojans and picked up sixth place. Koval, a seventh grader, continues to show improvement every match and is able to do a lot of good things out there. At 125 pounds Stuart Stone really wrestled well, but continues to have a tough time on the mat. He is starting to do many things well, but will get caught on his back and is called pinned when it appears that he has his shoulder off the mat. "I have seen Stuart's improvement all year, but Saturday was the first time that he has felt that he is getting better. Things should start getting better for him now that he can tell he is improving," Eustice said. At 130 pounds Eric Collins placed sixth. Eric was able to fight off his back with more consistency and is doing a great job for an eighth grader. At 135 pounds David Picard picked up fifth place. At 140 pounds Jason Kellen continued his up and down sea- son, getting his tenth win with two losses to take fourth place.Kellen is only an eighth grader who has to wres- tle upperclassman all the time. Eustice said he is doing great for his age and will turn into a fine wrestler. At 152 pounds Rich Raffety wres- tled very well all day. He was in a position to win every match that he was in. Eustice said, "I am not sure why but for some reason the refs do not like to call the pin for Rich. In the semi-final match and in one of his wrestleback matches it sure looked like he had the fall, but the ref did not see it the way we did and Rich ended up losing both matches, and ended up taking sixth on the day." At 160 pounds James Thompson was 2-2 on the day and picked up fourth place. In his opening round match James won by fall over Ryan Nord of Breck. In the semi-finals he lost by fall to Jr Ferrier of C-I. Thompson then won by fall over Karstrom in 2:34 to get into and fourth place match. James lost to Craig Banrows of P.P. to fourth. At 171 pounds Josh placed sixth. At 189 pounds Blake wrestled his way to his second pionship in seven days. Blake number one seed in the Schmieg won all of his fall. In his opening round pinned Derek Johnson of P.P. second round Blake pinned Bauer of Breck. In the round Schmieg won by fall over i Moller of Eagle Valley. Blake wrestled a good tournament. He' able to keep from making and found a way to come out every time. Josh Kellen also wrestled at pounds. Kellen had one win and loses on the day. Keith Haggerty wrestled at weight. Haggerty wrestled to a place finish. "Things are starting to look many of the Mat Men," Eustice "If we can get everyone think that everyone will get but better. We were able to win matches that a year or two would have 10st. We should have more matches than we did, but happens to everyone. It is nice us be in most of the matches wrestling. It is just great to hard work start to pay of with wins. We have alot of young the team who are turning into good wrestlers." The next action for the Mat will be Thursday, Jan. 21 at Energy Assistance OHS Trojan eighth g program available team off and running Have you fallen behind on your heating bills this last heating season? Do you need help to catch up? The Energy Program delivered by Prairie Five, CAC, Inc., is taking applications to help pay heating costs. The Energy Program pays only part of your heating costs and makes payments directly to the vendor. We look at three (3) months income before the month of application. Income Guidelines (3 Months) The eighth grade boys basketball team is off and running with five games under their belts. In the first game Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley defeated the Ortonville team by a score of 38-13. With only having one practice before the game, the team couldn't get any- thing going. Tony Weber had seven points to lead the Trojans in the game. In the second game, Hancock defeated the Trojans by making a nice comeback. Leading the guys was David Guse with 17 points, Tony Weber with 14, Brandon Swigerd with seven and Kelly Stattelman with two. Andy Eee,"ason Pfleger, Josh Ld and Landon Franzky also did a nice job on the defense in this game. The Trojans' next two games were in a tournament in Morris. In the first game Ortonville lost to Benson 36-30. In the second game, a very good Montevideo team defeated Ortonville 58-12. This was a very tall team that the Trojans had trouble Last Thursday, the Chokio-Alberta and in an ballgame the boys lost in 44. This was definitely the best, yet for the team as every one guys played well in the game. Guse led the Trojans with 15 Tony Weber had 13, Kelly had a fine game with seven pulled down nine rebounds, Swigerd had six points, and Franzky had two. The boys are showing a improvement and are really 'thto their own. This sists of David Guse, Tony Jason Pfleger, Ryan Hagen Johnson. This is a great group to work with and they are every time out. Good things pen to this team if they keep on improving every time out. Independent Ads Get (You're reading this one aren't you?) Household Size 1 $3,653 2 4,777 3 5,901 4 7,025 Households Wfio live in subsidizing housing, whose heat is included in their rent, are eligible for a fiat grant. The grant must be paid to their electric i vendor. If their electricity is included in their rent, direct payment will be made to the household. For more information, contact the Big Stone County Outreach Worker, Felicia Ath'ey, at 320-325-5227 in Clinton. 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Spare Parts 0 S 1/14/99 Klrchberg Corot. 4 4 HIG: Deb Sandberg 223; HTG: Won Lost Yardstick 4 4 Rose Sherod $87; HTG: Pepsi Sntl 8 O THple T 3 S 887; I-ITS: Pepsi 2461. ers 6 2 Wanna B's 2 6 BUT THIII 1987 Chevy S-10 - v6, A=o, AC- o., $2,900 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager. a.a, v6 $00,900 - 1994 Chew Silverado 4x4 - aso, Auto, Loaded" Only, North Hwy. 75 OrtonviUe, MN 56278 : 1988 Chew 4x4 - va, 1/2 Ton, Auto, Pretty Red $00,900 TROJANS WINTER SPORTS SCH DULES " t 1998 99 BOYS BASKETBALL GYMNASTICS Date O m3one.t (Location ]'ime 1998 99 GIRLS BASKETBALL Date O DDonenV (Location) Time Jan. 25 Milbank (Ortonville) " 6:30 Date Qponent ILocationl i.Ti.Ti.Ti.Ti.Ti.T. Jan.00 00:00 WRESTLING Jan. 19 C-T-F (Away) 6:00 Jan. 22 Wheaton (Ortonville) 6:15 Jan. 26 MUbank (Ortonville) 6:30 Jan. 21 Dawson-Boyd (Dawson) 6:30 Jan. 21 C-G-B (Ortonville) 5:00 Jan. 26 West Central (Barrett) 6:00 Page 6 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Jan. 19,