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OHS BOYS BASKETBALL team played a close game against C-G-B at Graceville on Friday. Above, Tony Weber pulls down a rebound late in the second half. Ortonville B-squad gymnasts delight Parents in Morris meet Ortonville's Gymnastics team competed in a home dual against Morris on Friday, Jan 17. Morris won the meet with a 113 to Ortonville's 99.3. The Trojan team faired better on vault and beam, but was down quite a few points on uneven bars. The judges decided certain moves no longer were credited on bars so the girls lost some skill points. Two athletes placed in the top three. Lucinda McMahon medaled in four events, she scored an 8.25 vault for second place, 7.55 for third, 6.15 bars for third, and 28.15 all around for third. Ninth grader Karin Anderson put together a nice beam routine and medaled third with a 6.5, which is also her highest personal score at the varsi- ty level. Vaulters had decent scores and are working to improve the quality, of Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Hank Prasnicki last Wednesday. There were no squares in attendance with guests from Watertown. Gene Hoffman from Dawson will call Wednesday, Jan. 22, Chili night. On the lunch committee are Daryl and Arlene Stengel and Leland and Dorothy Schwandt. Upcoming dance will be Jan. 29, Dan Nugent. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. OHS Boys Basketball team stumbles at mid-season the first quarter, and the Trojan's spent the rest of the game playing catch up finally tying the game late in the fourth quarter. Both Corey Stattelman and Ben Zahrbock fouled out late in the game, and the game ended 70=65 in favor of CGB. Stattelman did an excellent job distributing the ball, but had a difficult night at the scoreboard. Dan Larson contributed 14 points for the night. Ross Randall posted 13, Matt Grabow, 10, Ben Zahrbock, 9, Landon Fransky and Tony Weber each scored 6, Blayn Ronglien 5, and Ryan Cloos supplied 2. Christensen, Homan and Zychon of the CBG team posted big numbers each scoring 16 points for the night. The Trojans boys will play Milbank at home on Tuesday, Jan. 21,6:15 p.m.; at Wheaton on Thursday, Jan 23 at 6:15 p.m.; and home against Benson on Saturday Jan 25, at 6:00 p.m. OHS Trojan Boys played two games this past week, beginning with a 93-66 defeat at home against Lincoln Hi on Tuesday evening. Friday night the Trojan boys trav- eld to Graceville to take on CGB in a hotly contested game, but lost. the close one in the final minutes of the game 70-65. At home on Tuesday evening the Trojans started well from the outside with Ben Zahrbock contributing 11 points including three 3s. However, the Trojan scoring faltered in the sec- ond half in the absence of any inside scoring, while Lincoln Hi continued a balanced run and contributed the scoreboard by making 7 of 8 freethrows. The score at half time was 33-45 in favor of Lincoln Hi. Tony Weber and Ross Randall scored a combined 14 points in the third quarter with Ben Zahrbock con- tributing a couple more threes to outscore the Lincoln Hi players in the third quarter. However, adjustments to the defense by Lincoln Hi, and cold shooting in the fourth quarter by the Trojans, were to tell the story as Lincoln outscored the Trojans 30-11. Only Dan Larson was able to score from the floor, and free throws by Landon Franzky, Ben Zahrbock and Jason Wojahn could not make up the difference. The final was 93-66. Ortonville traveled to Graceville on Friday evening for a re-match with CBG. The hotly contested game was an exciting one for the filled gym. The Trojans outscored CGB in the second half of the game, but were unable to made up for the deficit in "scoring in the first quarter of the game. CBG scored 16 to the Trojan 9 in Bellingham school news What to wear: Boys: plain white t-shirt, jeans, letterman jacket, black leather jacket, sliced back hair do Girls: poodle skins, saddle shoes, ' white tennis shoes, scarf around your neck and/or in your hair Everyone from the community is invited to join us that afternoon. Come January 24th Special Interest Day Who? Students, Staff and Community What? Dance - "At The Hop" Where? BES gym When? Jan. 24 at 12:45 p.m. Why? To have a great time! BRINGING THE PUCK DOWN the rink in Watertown, SD recently was Big Stone Lake Areas Mite Seth Huntington.  TUB.BS SOFT WATER ,Drinking Water Systems ,Iron Removal Systems ,Salt Delivery Appleton, MN Phone 289-1999 ifIfi!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiliiHifiiiliiti I I II III111111111111 their vaults. Ashley Henrich scored an 8.2 on a new twisting vault, Julia Nelson.a 7.6, Katie Hedge a 7.55 and Kira Sherod a 7.4. "Floor scores are still a little weak due to missed tumble passes," accord- ing to Coach Becky Holtquist. Ashley Henrich hit a 6.3, Katie Hedge a 6.15 and Julia Nelson a 5.6. Holtquist said, "Beam scores are still down due to falls, but the athletes are making more effort to pull the rou- tines together with connections." Katie Hedge scored a 6.35, Lucinda McMahon a 6.2, Kailea Anderson a 5.2 and Kira Sherod a 5.0. The B-squad put on a show for paren.ts in honor of Parent's Night, defeating Morris with a score of 76.3 to Morris' 69.45. The competitors on vault, beam and bars came away dominant in the placings. Jenny Maas tightened up her bar routine the last few weeks and pulled first with a 5.1, while Kailea Anderson and Ashley Henrich tied at 4.9. Courtney Kriese had a solid squat vault with lots of afterflight that scored her a 6.1 for first, while Alyssa Adelman placed second with 5.9. Ashley Henrich received first on beam with a 5.2 and Chelsie Hedge placed second with a 4.9. The only floor placer was Kira Sherod with a 4.3 at third placel Gymnast of the week goes to ninth grader Karin Anderson who medaled third on balance beam at the Ortonville dual against Morris on Friday, Jan. 17. Gymnasts will host competitions against Milbank on Jan. 20 and on Jan. 24 against Benson, beginning at 6:30. GYMNAST OF THE goes to ninth Anderson who balance beam at the dual against Morris on Jan. 17. Opening days announced for 2003 Minnesota hunting Opening dates for many of the FURBEARERS would have been scheduled 2003 Minnesota hunting seasons were announced this week by the Department of Natural Resources. The dates are being announced now for the benefit of those who must establish vacation or hunting plans well in advance. Although these dates are tentative, pending final approval in June, it is unlikely they will change. SMALL GAME General small game, including grouse, gray partridge, rabbits and squirrels, Sept. 13 Pheasant, Oct. I 1 Spring wild turkey (first season), April 16 Fall wild turkey (first season), Oct. 15 BIG GAME Bear, Sept. 1 Deer - archery, Sept. 13 Deer - firearms, Nov. 8 Deer - muzzleloader, Nov. 29 Moose - northeast zone, Oct. 4 Fox, raccoon, Open continuously Gray fox, badger, opossum, Sept. 13 Mink, muskrat, beaver, otter (North Zone), Oct. 25 Mink, muskrat, beaver, otter (South Zone). Nov. 1 Fisher, marten, bobcat, Nov. 29 MIGRATORY BIRDS Early Canada goose, Sept. 6 (tenta- tive) Youth Waterfowl Day, to be announced General duck and goose, Sept. 27 or Oct. 4 (to be announced) Rails, snipe, Sept. I Woodcock. Sept. 20 Crow, March 1-31; July 15-Oct. 15 The waterfowl season opener will not be known until the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service publishes proposed migratory bird hunting frameworks this summer. Under the federal frame- work in effect before 2002, the Minnesota duck and goose season on Saturday, Oct 4. How( Fish and Wildlife expanded waterfowl works in 2002 and may do 2003. Expanded give Minnesota the option as early as Saturday, Sept. final opening date for the fowl season will be August. The DNR will be taking on wildlife hunting and sons and proposed season during February. Details on season changes and meeting q be announced in late Proposed deer season cha Zone 3 (southeastern be discussed at a series mid-January. Additional season lengths, quotas and will be announced next the 2003 seasons are Ortonville JV Wrestlers continue successful enjoy good music and dancing from the 50's and 60's. Singing in the Grainbin There will be a lyceum in school on Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 8:15 am. With guitar, banjo, harmonica and dulcimer, Mr. Vern Baardson presents repertoire of fun stories and music from tongue twisters to sing alongs, gospel and ballads, to contemporary and popular songs. His musical talents, personality and skills as a ....... Or,toqyil[e.'s younger wrestlers have ,ontinued to show great impr6x;rnent this),ear. ' " ., According to Coach Joe Eustice, "We have had to use our young kids on varsity a lot this year, but we also have been able to get many of them valuable experience in some JV matches. Our 7-9th grade kids have wrestled in Milbank, Clear Lake, and Ortonville JV Tournaments in the last two weeks. All of our kids have been successful when we can get them wrestling kids their own age." At Miibank, Micah Reiffenberger won all three of his matches in con- vincing fashion to take first place. It was nice to see Micah take it to these kids anti get the chance to be success- ful. Eric Croatt also did very well in his three wins to place first. Dylan McLain continued to just crunch kids his own age, placing first with two wins. Patrick Eustice wrestled two Design a flag contest for children's perform/r add up to a fresh and exciting experience that proves to County Historical young people that singing is downright fun! While the Board of Directors at Please join us for this lyceum. Calendar Tuesday, 1-21 3:00 BBB practice cheerleading pr. Thursday, 1-23 3:00 cheerleading pr. Friday, 1-24 Special Interest "At The Hop" dance from 12:45 - 2:45 p.m. Community members are invited to attend! Monday, 1-27 BBB (H) Big Stone 5:00 Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, cold cereals, toast and milk, Wednesday--apple juice, waffles, ham patty, and milk. Thursday--orange juice, cinnamon rolls, strawberry yogurt, and milk. Friday--apple juice, grilled cheese, applesauce and milk. the Big Stone County Historical Society Museum worked on the improvements made on the grounds, they received a donation of another flag pole. A suggestion was made to design a flag pertinent to Big Stone county. All residents of Big Stone County are encouraged to send in their flag design entries of what is important in Big Stone county. Deadline for entries is March 1, 2003. They may be sent or dropped off at the Museum at Hilltop. Prizes will be awarded the winner (or winners if portions of separate entries are used). Make history happen by entering this contest and designing a flag for Big Stone County! INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY . Lunch Tuesday--chicken nuggets, tator tots, sliced peaches, salad, PB/PBJ and milk. Wednesday--Italian spaghetti, lettuce salad, cottage cheese, apple wedges, garlic toast, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--Italian dunkers w/pizza sauce, mixed fruit, orange salad, strawberry shortcake, PB/PBJ and milk. Friday--Bearcat burger basket w/fries, assorted fruits, malt, PB/PBJ and milk. cDO your part to help lean up Big Stone Lake. kids and also placed first. Drew who had beaten him last Johnson picked up his first two w'i'ns  ,t..W,,on, qlos e mal,ch and 0f his carter g01h 2-1'ihd igla[hg sec- around nice job. Dylan ond. Drew really wrestled well and it winning his JV matches. was nice to see his hard work pay off. David Webster had one win and two losses on his way to third place. Tim Rudnick also placed third. At Clear Lake, placing first were Dylan McLain, 3-0, David Webster, 4- 0, Eric Croatt, 3-0, Micah Reiffenburger 2-1. Placing second were Patrick Eustice, Matt Koval, Cory Homan, Clay Pemmons and Luke Koval. Tim Rudnick placed 4th. Picking up their first wins of the year were Cory Homan, Luke Koval and Clay Plemmons. Coach Karels said that all the kids showed up to wrestle and all looked very good. At Ortonville, placing first were Matt Koval and Dylan McLain, both 3-0. It was nice to see Matt wrestle well, beating a kid from Clear Lake crunched all three of the not lost a JV match this Matt Athey placed third were Luke Koval, Cory Homan, Drew John Becerril, Micah Clay Plemmons. Coach Eustice said, kids looked very good. Mi and Clay all lost close they could just as well have kids do very well when them on the mat against own age. If they can up and work through they will do fine in the have all learned a great about how tough it is to is one of the hardest are all doing a great job." D&L Photo 1.Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch Top 10 Reasons To Your Film To D&L 10. Sleeved Negatives 9. Date & Negative Number on Back of Prints 8. Enlargements & Wallets 7. Same Day - Next Day Pricing 6. APS Processing In Store 5. Good Customer Club 4. Convenient Drop Box 3. 2nd Set Free Tuesdays 2. Competitive Pricing 1. Great Quality & (without Second CASH/CHECK * OPEN Your NEW Checking or Savings Account Today! 00BANK MINNWEST BANK GROUP (1 320-839-2568 * 21 Southeast Second Street MoneyLine 1-888.616-2265 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Page 6 OHS BOYS BASKETBALL team played a close game against C-G-B at Graceville on Friday. Above, Tony Weber pulls down a rebound late in the second half. Ortonville B-squad gymnasts delight Parents in Morris meet Ortonville's Gymnastics team competed in a home dual against Morris on Friday, Jan 17. Morris won the meet with a 113 to Ortonville's 99.3. The Trojan team faired better on vault and beam, but was down quite a few points on uneven bars. The judges decided certain moves no longer were credited on bars so the girls lost some skill points. Two athletes placed in the top three. Lucinda McMahon medaled in four events, she scored an 8.25 vault for second place, 7.55 for third, 6.15 bars for third, and 28.15 all around for third. Ninth grader Karin Anderson put together a nice beam routine and medaled third with a 6.5, which is also her highest personal score at the varsi- ty level. Vaulters had decent scores and are working to improve the quality, of Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Hank Prasnicki last Wednesday. There were no squares in attendance with guests from Watertown. Gene Hoffman from Dawson will call Wednesday, Jan. 22, Chili night. On the lunch committee are Daryl and Arlene Stengel and Leland and Dorothy Schwandt. Upcoming dance will be Jan. 29, Dan Nugent. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. OHS Boys Basketball team stumbles at mid-season the first quarter, and the Trojan's spent the rest of the game playing catch up finally tying the game late in the fourth quarter. Both Corey Stattelman and Ben Zahrbock fouled out late in the game, and the game ended 70=65 in favor of CGB. Stattelman did an excellent job distributing the ball, but had a difficult night at the scoreboard. Dan Larson contributed 14 points for the night. Ross Randall posted 13, Matt Grabow, 10, Ben Zahrbock, 9, Landon Fransky and Tony Weber each scored 6, Blayn Ronglien 5, and Ryan Cloos supplied 2. Christensen, Homan and Zychon of the CBG team posted big numbers each scoring 16 points for the night. The Trojans boys will play Milbank at home on Tuesday, Jan. 21,6:15 p.m.; at Wheaton on Thursday, Jan 23 at 6:15 p.m.; and home against Benson on Saturday Jan 25, at 6:00 p.m. OHS Trojan Boys played two games this past week, beginning with a 93-66 defeat at home against Lincoln Hi on Tuesday evening. Friday night the Trojan boys trav- eld to Graceville to take on CGB in a hotly contested game, but lost. the close one in the final minutes of the game 70-65. At home on Tuesday evening the Trojans started well from the outside with Ben Zahrbock contributing 11 points including three 3s. However, the Trojan scoring faltered in the sec- ond half in the absence of any inside scoring, while Lincoln Hi continued a balanced run and contributed the scoreboard by making 7 of 8 freethrows. The score at half time was 33-45 in favor of Lincoln Hi. Tony Weber and Ross Randall scored a combined 14 points in the third quarter with Ben Zahrbock con- tributing a couple more threes to outscore the Lincoln Hi players in the third quarter. However, adjustments to the defense by Lincoln Hi, and cold shooting in the fourth quarter by the Trojans, were to tell the story as Lincoln outscored the Trojans 30-11. Only Dan Larson was able to score from the floor, and free throws by Landon Franzky, Ben Zahrbock and Jason Wojahn could not make up the difference. The final was 93-66. Ortonville traveled to Graceville on Friday evening for a re-match with CBG. The hotly contested game was an exciting one for the filled gym. The Trojans outscored CGB in the second half of the game, but were unable to made up for the deficit in "scoring in the first quarter of the game. CBG scored 16 to the Trojan 9 in Bellingham school news What to wear: Boys: plain white t-shirt, jeans, letterman jacket, black leather jacket, sliced back hair do Girls: poodle skins, saddle shoes, ' white tennis shoes, scarf around your neck and/or in your hair Everyone from the community is invited to join us that afternoon. Come January 24th Special Interest Day Who? Students, Staff and Community What? Dance - "At The Hop" Where? BES gym When? Jan. 24 at 12:45 p.m. Why? To have a great time! BRINGING THE PUCK DOWN the rink in Watertown, SD recently was Big Stone Lake Areas Mite Seth Huntington.  TUB.BS SOFT WATER ,Drinking Water Systems ,Iron Removal Systems ,Salt Delivery Appleton, MN Phone 289-1999 ifIfi!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiliiHifiiiliiti I I II III111111111111 their vaults. Ashley Henrich scored an 8.2 on a new twisting vault, Julia Nelson.a 7.6, Katie Hedge a 7.55 and Kira Sherod a 7.4. "Floor scores are still a little weak due to missed tumble passes," accord- ing to Coach Becky Holtquist. Ashley Henrich hit a 6.3, Katie Hedge a 6.15 and Julia Nelson a 5.6. Holtquist said, "Beam scores are still down due to falls, but the athletes are making more effort to pull the rou- tines together with connections." Katie Hedge scored a 6.35, Lucinda McMahon a 6.2, Kailea Anderson a 5.2 and Kira Sherod a 5.0. The B-squad put on a show for paren.ts in honor of Parent's Night, defeating Morris with a score of 76.3 to Morris' 69.45. The competitors on vault, beam and bars came away dominant in the placings. Jenny Maas tightened up her bar routine the last few weeks and pulled first with a 5.1, while Kailea Anderson and Ashley Henrich tied at 4.9. Courtney Kriese had a solid squat vault with lots of afterflight that scored her a 6.1 for first, while Alyssa Adelman placed second with 5.9. Ashley Henrich received first on beam with a 5.2 and Chelsie Hedge placed second with a 4.9. The only floor placer was Kira Sherod with a 4.3 at third placel Gymnast of the week goes to ninth grader Karin Anderson who medaled third on balance beam at the Ortonville dual against Morris on Friday, Jan. 17. Gymnasts will host competitions against Milbank on Jan. 20 and on Jan. 24 against Benson, beginning at 6:30. GYMNAST OF THE goes to ninth Anderson who balance beam at the dual against Morris on Jan. 17. Opening days announced for 2003 Minnesota hunting Opening dates for many of the FURBEARERS would have been scheduled 2003 Minnesota hunting seasons were announced this week by the Department of Natural Resources. The dates are being announced now for the benefit of those who must establish vacation or hunting plans well in advance. Although these dates are tentative, pending final approval in June, it is unlikely they will change. SMALL GAME General small game, including grouse, gray partridge, rabbits and squirrels, Sept. 13 Pheasant, Oct. I 1 Spring wild turkey (first season), April 16 Fall wild turkey (first season), Oct. 15 BIG GAME Bear, Sept. 1 Deer - archery, Sept. 13 Deer - firearms, Nov. 8 Deer - muzzleloader, Nov. 29 Moose - northeast zone, Oct. 4 Fox, raccoon, Open continuously Gray fox, badger, opossum, Sept. 13 Mink, muskrat, beaver, otter (North Zone), Oct. 25 Mink, muskrat, beaver, otter (South Zone). Nov. 1 Fisher, marten, bobcat, Nov. 29 MIGRATORY BIRDS Early Canada goose, Sept. 6 (tenta- tive) Youth Waterfowl Day, to be announced General duck and goose, Sept. 27 or Oct. 4 (to be announced) Rails, snipe, Sept. I Woodcock. Sept. 20 Crow, March 1-31; July 15-Oct. 15 The waterfowl season opener will not be known until the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service publishes proposed migratory bird hunting frameworks this summer. Under the federal frame- work in effect before 2002, the Minnesota duck and goose season on Saturday, Oct 4. How( Fish and Wildlife expanded waterfowl works in 2002 and may do 2003. Expanded give Minnesota the option as early as Saturday, Sept. final opening date for the fowl season will be August. The DNR will be taking on wildlife hunting and sons and proposed season during February. Details on season changes and meeting q be announced in late Proposed deer season cha Zone 3 (southeastern be discussed at a series mid-January. Additional season lengths, quotas and will be announced next the 2003 seasons are Ortonville JV Wrestlers continue successful enjoy good music and dancing from the 50's and 60's. Singing in the Grainbin There will be a lyceum in school on Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 8:15 am. With guitar, banjo, harmonica and dulcimer, Mr. Vern Baardson presents repertoire of fun stories and music from tongue twisters to sing alongs, gospel and ballads, to contemporary and popular songs. His musical talents, personality and skills as a ....... Or,toqyil[e.'s younger wrestlers have ,ontinued to show great impr6x;rnent this),ear. ' " ., According to Coach Joe Eustice, "We have had to use our young kids on varsity a lot this year, but we also have been able to get many of them valuable experience in some JV matches. Our 7-9th grade kids have wrestled in Milbank, Clear Lake, and Ortonville JV Tournaments in the last two weeks. All of our kids have been successful when we can get them wrestling kids their own age." At Miibank, Micah Reiffenberger won all three of his matches in con- vincing fashion to take first place. It was nice to see Micah take it to these kids anti get the chance to be success- ful. Eric Croatt also did very well in his three wins to place first. Dylan McLain continued to just crunch kids his own age, placing first with two wins. Patrick Eustice wrestled two Design a flag contest for children's perform/r add up to a fresh and exciting experience that proves to County Historical young people that singing is downright fun! While the Board of Directors at Please join us for this lyceum. Calendar Tuesday, 1-21 3:00 BBB practice cheerleading pr. Thursday, 1-23 3:00 cheerleading pr. Friday, 1-24 Special Interest "At The Hop" dance from 12:45 - 2:45 p.m. Community members are invited to attend! Monday, 1-27 BBB (H) Big Stone 5:00 Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, cold cereals, toast and milk, Wednesday--apple juice, waffles, ham patty, and milk. Thursday--orange juice, cinnamon rolls, strawberry yogurt, and milk. Friday--apple juice, grilled cheese, applesauce and milk. the Big Stone County Historical Society Museum worked on the improvements made on the grounds, they received a donation of another flag pole. A suggestion was made to design a flag pertinent to Big Stone county. All residents of Big Stone County are encouraged to send in their flag design entries of what is important in Big Stone county. Deadline for entries is March 1, 2003. They may be sent or dropped off at the Museum at Hilltop. Prizes will be awarded the winner (or winners if portions of separate entries are used). Make history happen by entering this contest and designing a flag for Big Stone County! INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY . Lunch Tuesday--chicken nuggets, tator tots, sliced peaches, salad, PB/PBJ and milk. Wednesday--Italian spaghetti, lettuce salad, cottage cheese, apple wedges, garlic toast, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--Italian dunkers w/pizza sauce, mixed fruit, orange salad, strawberry shortcake, PB/PBJ and milk. Friday--Bearcat burger basket w/fries, assorted fruits, malt, PB/PBJ and milk. cDO your part to help lean up Big Stone Lake. kids and also placed first. Drew who had beaten him last Johnson picked up his first two w'i'ns  ,t..W,,on, qlos e mal,ch and 0f his carter g01h 2-1'ihd igla[hg sec- around nice job. Dylan ond. Drew really wrestled well and it winning his JV matches. was nice to see his hard work pay off. David Webster had one win and two losses on his way to third place. Tim Rudnick also placed third. At Clear Lake, placing first were Dylan McLain, 3-0, David Webster, 4- 0, Eric Croatt, 3-0, Micah Reiffenburger 2-1. Placing second were Patrick Eustice, Matt Koval, Cory Homan, Clay Pemmons and Luke Koval. Tim Rudnick placed 4th. Picking up their first wins of the year were Cory Homan, Luke Koval and Clay Plemmons. Coach Karels said that all the kids showed up to wrestle and all looked very good. At Ortonville, placing first were Matt Koval and Dylan McLain, both 3-0. It was nice to see Matt wrestle well, beating a kid from Clear Lake crunched all three of the not lost a JV match this Matt Athey placed third were Luke Koval, Cory Homan, Drew John Becerril, Micah Clay Plemmons. Coach Eustice said, kids looked very good. Mi and Clay all lost close they could just as well have kids do very well when them on the mat against own age. If they can up and work through they will do fine in the have all learned a great about how tough it is to is one of the hardest are all doing a great job." D&L Photo 1.Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch Top 10 Reasons To Your Film To D&L 10. Sleeved Negatives 9. Date & Negative Number on Back of Prints 8. Enlargements & Wallets 7. Same Day - Next Day Pricing 6. APS Processing In Store 5. Good Customer Club 4. Convenient Drop Box 3. 2nd Set Free Tuesdays 2. Competitive Pricing 1. Great Quality & (without Second CASH/CHECK * OPEN Your NEW Checking or Savings Account Today! 00BANK MINNWEST BANK GROUP (1 320-839-2568 * 21 Southeast Second Street MoneyLine 1-888.616-2265 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Page 6