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Trojans just short Lincoln Hi po,nt total versus of record I ,?cO .ho we.00 00o.o O== s The Trojans were on top from the Ortonville's undefeated Trojan boys game. - start, leading 15-5 after one quarter At the line, Pete Ross hit six of and 27-15 at halftime. Ortonville RIGHT PAST A CGB DEFENDER. Derek Rieck heads skyward for the layup as the Trojans hosted CGB Friday evening. OHS, who took the game 64-38, expanded its undefeated record to 12-0. basketball team just three point short of the all time record 107 points in a single game. The boys traveled to Ivanhoe Tuesday to defeat the Rebels 104-69, holding a commanding 27-17 lead by the first quarter's end. At halftime, it was 57-32 Ortonville. After three quarters, the Trojans led 88-52, with eager Tanner Radermacher in the run- ning to break a school record himself. Tanner had a chance to break Bob Benshoof's all time scoring record of 49 points, but ended the game with a team high of 34. Pete Ross had 28 points in the game, Ross Wiegman 19 and Nate School lunch Tuesday, Jan. 22 JESSICA CHASE LOOKS TO PASS as the Trojans traveled to Clinton to take on the Wolverines Thursday night. Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Blueberry Muffin, Orange Smiles, Milk Lunch: Pepperoni Pizza, Garden Salad, Diced Pear Sauce, Chocolate Pudding, Optional Choices: 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Wednesday, Jan. 23 Breakfast: Cereal Choices.OR Cinnamon Roll, Apple Wedges, Milk Lunch: Turkey Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Corn, Pineapple-Orange Sauce, Dinner Rolls Thursday, Jan. 24 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Pear Sauce, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Bacon Cheeseburger, Curly Fries, K-3 Cheeseburger, Smiley Fries, Pickles, Juice Choices, Optional Choices: 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Friday, Jan. 25 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Eng. Muffin, P. Butter/Jelly, Apple Sauce, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Chicken Fajitas, Apple or Blueberry Pie, K-3 Pizza Boat, Diced Peach Sauce, Fortune Cookie, Tator Tots Monday, Jan. 28 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Donut Holes, Apple Wedges, Milk Lunch: 4-12 C.hickenwich, Chocolate Malt Cup, K-3 Chicken Nuggets, Bred, Gummy Bears, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Mixed Fruit Sauce Tuesday, Jan. 29 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Pop Tart, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk Lunch: Path':'vTM6hi Sauce, French Garlic Bread, Garden Salad, Diced Peach Sauce, Ice Cream Bar, Optional Choices: 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese wik00r00e and nsh" cannot survive unless our do l,ourpart. _ Lady Trojans fall to CTF, CGB and got too many offensive rebounds from their tall front line," comments Coach Jim Timmerman. Megan Reiffenberger was the team's leading scorer with 11, fol- lowed by Stephanie Schuelke and Hilary Libka with five apiece. Sarah LaVoi contributed to the Trojan defense with nine rebounds and two steals, and Lisa Spors had four boards in the game. Next up is KMS at home Friday, beginning at 6 p.m. OHS' girls basketball team began their week's cage action hosting Campbell Tintah-Fairmount Tuesday, losing a close game 54-45. Ortonville trailed after one quarter 16-9, and the girls were down 33-20 at the halt'. CTF continued their leading margin throughout the final two quar- ters to hold on for the win. Megan Reiffenberger and Sarah LaVoi led the Trojan offensive effort with 10 points apiece, followed by Kelsey Henningson with nine and Hilary Libka with seven. Libka and Reiffenberger each had a trey in the game. A trip to Clinton two days later pit- ted the Trojans against CGB's Wolverines, where the girls took the 51-30 loss on CGB turf. CGB had a big first half, leading 15-5 at the first quarter break and 36- 12 after two periods. The Trojans held the Wolverines to 10 points in the third quarter and just five in the fourth, but it wasn't enough for them to pull ahead. "Clinton hit a lot of outside shots OHS Trojan gymnastics team took on Morris Tigers Tues. fifth on floor with a 6.65. Julia Nelson hit her best score on floor with a 6.55, and also scored a 6.1 vault. Other members filling out the team were Kira Sherod with a 5.55 beam, Alyssa Adelman 5.5 bars, Ashley Henrich 6.0 floor and 6.5 vault, and Elisha Rendon 5.7 vault. The B-squad had a finer round of competition, scoring a 75.2 to Morris' 76.4. Five girls managed to place. Eighth grader Kailea Anderson placed first on floor with a 6.0, second beafn 4.5 and fourth vault 6.7. Eighth grader Karin Anderson scored 4.2 on beam for third and a 3.4 bars for fifth. Kira Sherod had a 6.6 vault for fifth, Ashley Henrich a 3.9 bars for second and Jenny Maas a 3.8 bars for third. The team had three days to toughen up beam and bar routines before par- ents night Monday. Self confidence on these pieces of equipmenk the coach stated, has been lower recently and has shown in individual scores. Ortonville's Trojan gymnastics team traveled to Morris Tuesday, Jan. 15. Morris won the meet with a 122 to Ortonville's 93.85. "Ortonville normally does well at this meet," commented Coach Becky Holtquist, "but falls and a lack of focus kept the team scores weaker than was anticipated." Lucinda McMahon had her best vault score of the season at 8.2, and her second best floor score of the sea- son at 7.85. She also scored a 5.65 beam, 5.6 bars and 27.3 all around. Her lacings were third on floor, fifth Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced Io the calling of Dennis Van Ash last Wednesday. There were no squares in attendance with guests from Peever. Hank Prasnicki from Big Stone City, SD will call on Wednesday, Jan. 23. On the lunch committee are Del and Delores Crase and Leland and Dorothy Schwandt. Up coming dances Jan. 30 Gene Hotfman from Dawson. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. bars and third all around. Katie Hedge scored a 6.6 vault, 6.15 floor and placed fifth all around with 21.7. Martha VanLith placed GYMNAST OF THE WEEK goes to Alyssa Adelman, who strengthened up her uneven bar for to lilt a 5.5 at the Morris meet Jan. 15. seven, Derek Rieck two for two and Nate Thompson and Ross Wiegman each sunk three of four. Radermacher also topped the assist column, with an unselfish 11 dishes. Thompson and Wiegman each had four assists. Defensively, it was Radermacher once again with seven steals. Jesse Cloos had two steals and Pete Ross and Wiegman each had one. On the boards, Wiegman led with 12 and Pete Ross had eight. Friday evening saw a packed OHS gym for the matchup with Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley's Wolverines. tacked on 14 more in the third quarter and 23 points in the fourth for the win. Ross Wiegman led Trojan scorers with his 22 points, followed by Jesse Cloos with 17. Cloos was dead on shooting, hitting three of his three treys and seven of eight from inside. Trojan Derek Rieck hit three of four from the line, and Wiegman six of seven. Wiegman also topped the rebound category with 19, and five blocked shots. Get there early tonight, Tuesday Jan. 22, as the Trojans will play host to arch-rival Milbank, beginning at 6:15. - -> "b.. SAMANTHA tices up on her The gymnasts Tue(day and had . Jan. 21. BOYS BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS took a second from their busy schedule at against CGB to pose for a picture. They are, left to right in back, Megan Strei, Scoblic, Heidi Hanson and Laura Brown. In front are Jessica Tollefson and Samantha Strege. ! BSLA WAVES PLAYERS took to the ice Sunday, enjoying temperatures in the 30s. Similar cast for all week, which should make for great skating weather. Big Stone Lake Area HOQ(IEY PI.AYERS OF THE WEEK JOSH ZAHN Son of Doug and Mary Zahn is a JV player. !:{ ::::!i: : -: :/?Pi;" :: :. ..... [ :.: i- :: . ::Uii.ii CODY HAUKOS CODY BACKSTRAND Son of Roger and Patty Son of Kevin and Becky Haukos is on the JV team. Backrand is on the IV team. BRYAN Proud Sponsors of BigStone Lake Area Hockey Dr. Steve Winther Ortonville, Minnesota .. 320-839-2596 ,Watson ATroPJEY AT LAW Dallas I. Hanson Construction, Inc. . North Hwy. 75 Ortonville, MN 320-839-3455 205 NW ;i KELL 1 2 Ortonvi to KM Cor fr( :Mat M and sicl Joe Bla Cro,, mar at a g( winner,, 141 145 at sJ for thi Stone, had :and Ios In the : Jon Flo 4-0 W a a 5-4 ! SCore s( onl to go the It Jal Page 12 iNDEPENDENT