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S girls take on tough team Montevideo, lose 58-40 AFTER A LOOSE BALL in a recent match is Trojan Megan third from left, as teammate Lisa Spors (left) looks on. to Wheaton Friday evening. Lady cagers from OHS went up against Montevideo last week, coming away with a 58-40 loss. The girls saw Monte jump ahead early in the match, as OHS ended the first quarter on the small side of a 15- 4 score. By the halt, Monte led 22-10. The Trojans matched Montevideo's sixteen points in the third quarter, get- ting as close as six, but couldn't gain ground, taking the eventual loss. Megan Reiffenberger was leading scorer in the very physical matchup, with 12 points that included six of six at the charity stripe and three from inside. Kelsey Henningson added eight points, and Hilary Libka seven. Libka sunk three of four from the line against Monte. Jessica Chase led Trojan rebound- ers with eight boards, followed by Sarah LaVoi, who chalked up .seven rebounds and two steals. Reiffenberger also had two steals on the night. Next up for the Trojan girls are the Wheaton Warriors, when OHS travels north to Wheaton Friday for a 6 p.m. game. Post prom meet set for Feb 10 A Post Prom meeting will be held on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2002 at 7 p.m. in the High School Commons Area. All Jr. and Sr. parents are encouraged to attend. w Check out our web site at ww.ortonvilleindependent.com J school news Rame Parent/Teacher group BES will be having a Hoffman handmade a quilt and Lois Sather us. They both donated of time and material for Betty Nelson again has to donate a colorful Milbrandt has donated butterflies for outdoor Also, two back packs will All of these will be Feb. 7 at the boys for all the prizes will March 5. at the last boy's Prices are $1 for or six for $5. Each child mging home one book of Iling. ALL tickets (sold MUST be turned in Thank you for supporting Concessions and nachos will be sold home basketball !well as pop, popcorn and will go to the Parent/ promoting BES. Adult Computer Classes Every Wednesday, Mr. Sheldon offers adult computer classes from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Anyone is invited to come and use the computers in the east computer room in the school. Help and assistance is offered throughout the period. Calendar Feb. 4-8 Paraprofessional Recognition Week Tuesday, 2-5 3:00 BBB Cloverbuds (K-3) Wedmsday, 2-6 6:30 Wrestling Thursday, 2-7 5:00 BBB (H) with St. Lawrence Breakfast February is Fitness Fever month. * indicates fruits and/or vegetables./ Tuesday--grapple juice* grilled cheese sandwiches, st(awberry yogurt*, milk. Wednesday--apple juice*, cinnamon rolls, cheese sticks and milk. Thursday--orange juice*, breakfast pizza*, toast and milk. Friday--apple juice*, french toast, breakfast links and milk. Lunch Tuesday--GREEN DAY--hot ham & cheese, ripple chips, green grapes*, fruit salad*, PBJ sandwiches and milk. WednesdayORANGE DAY--Bearcat burgers, oven fries*, orange slices*, peanut butter cookies and milk. ThursdayYELLOW DAY--chicken nuggets, seasoned fries*, banana*, rice crispie bars and milk. Friday--WHITE DAY--Italian dunkers with sauce*, sliced pears*, applesauce*, PBJ sandwiches and milk. School info meet at BSC Thursday Big Stone City school district finances for next school year will be discussed this Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. in the lunchroom. The school board will be available to address the possible opt-out and potential cuts should the opt-out not pass. Plan to attend and be informed. The next school board meeting is set for Monday, Feb. 1 I, 7 p.m. mber boat numbering laws enthusiasts are reminded ed by the U.S. Coast Guard. The sys- letters contrast with the color of the 's boat hum- are enforced in and since most of waters are frozen, time to check and make are numbered correct- Specialist Dave the requirements are and are very impor- vessel identification like license plates for your the system provides prompt boat identifica- said. "Prompt identifi- critical in dealing with of boating laws. such as boating in swim- under the influ- and numerous which require quick identification. It is not be decorative." uniform boat number- was developed and adopt- tem provided a nationwide plan for consistently numbering boats. Like other states, South Dakota incorporat- ed that system into state law. The Coast Guard's boat numbering system includes number placement, size, font and color. Below are guidelines that must be followed. Federal and state law requires that boats licensed in South Dakota must have boat numbers that include the letters "SD" followed by a space, a group of three numbers, a space and two additional letters. The owner must permanently and securely display the numbers on each side of the forward part of the motor- boat, so that the numbers are clearly visible and readable at a distance of 100 feet. The numbers display .ed must be a plain block design, upper case and measure at least three inches in height. Boat owners should ensure the vessel and their placement must read from left to right. Annual or three-year license decals must be displayed adjacent to the numbers on motorized vessels or on each side of the forward part of the vessel on non motorized vessels and must be readily visible. No numbers or letters other than the assigned iden- tification numbers may appear on the forward part of the vessel. An example of proper boat num- ber: (License Decal) SD 123 BC. Information on boat-numbering requirements is available at most Game, Fish and Parks offices, their webs[re at www.state.sd.us/gfp/or by contacting the Department of Game, Fish and Parks in Pierre. A violation of the boat numbering requirement could result in a citation and fine. Boat licenses and examples of proper boat numbering are avail- able at the county treasurer's office. 3F THE WEEK grader lulia 7.7 on vauh in best, and a new tumble exercise rou- -" SAVE! When you use your JCPenney card February 13-18, 2002. Take an extra 15%f 10/o. apparel, shoes and accessories! home merchandisd. Regular and sale pricesY -,, =, =, m o,=,..,, = Ml a uk k cone MRCR2 I MRCR2 m e  bm amr cnea, ..... x,.. c..,.., q.,.. m. ....,..., . =. ..,. . 83191 Have your order delivered to your home or JCPenney Catalog this convenient Catalog Service Center. 14 mv 2rid Suem On.vine, MN i i Feb. 5, 2002 MAKING A GRACEFUL LANDING is Trojan gymnast Ashley Henrich, with a little help from former gym- nast Hillary Wiese, right and Coach Becky Holtquist in a recent ractice session. Gymnasts take on Benson's Braves, meet Marshall today The gymnastics team competed against the Benson Braves on Tuesday, January 29. The Braves, who obviously had hours of private club training behind them, scored a very strong 134.2 to Ortonville's 98,7. The Braves are the most advanced team the Trojans have seen so far this sea- son. The gymnasts held their own on vault and floor exercise and came away with seasbn highs on both events, while the bars and beam scores took a nose dive and cost the team quite a few points on falls. Two gym- nasts hit their season high at this meet. 4-H fruit sales Julia Nelson scored a 7.7 on vault for a personal best, while Katie Hedge hit 7.0 on floor exercise for a personal best. Lucinda McMahon placed fifth on two events, she hit an 8.2 vault and an 8.05 floor exercise. Her other scores were 6. I bars and 26.95 all around. Vault scores tbr other competitors were Katie Hedge 7.45, Ashley Henrich 7.25 and Kira Sherod 7.0. Floor exercise scores were Martha VanLith 6.75, Julia Nelson 6.3, and Ashley Henrich 5.6. Beam scores were Ashley Henrich 5.6 and Abby Saeger 5.05, while Alyssa Adelman scored a 5.5 on uneven bars. The B squad took a defeat also to the Braves. However, the team did come away with many of their highest uneven bar scores fl)r the night. The girls have spent lots of time working on connecting routines and the scores showed this improvement. Kailea Anderson injured an ankle on her last event but still managed to place fourth on vault and third on all around The team has a few days to strengthen up the beam routines before the February 5 meet against Marshall. Beef Sticks, Washington Red and Golden Delicious Apples, Granny Smith Apples, and Braeburn Apples, California Navel Oranges, Washington d'Anjou Pears, Texas Ruby Sweet Pink Grapefruit and Texas Rio Star Red Grapefruit, Mixed Fruit Boxes, Popcorn (regular and microwavcL Beef Sticks and String Cheese. Big Stone County 4-Hers will be selling fruit from February 1st through 22nd as one of two major fund raisers for the year. One of our most popular options is the string cheese, which come wrapped individullx '.ith 2. per h(,x and or)st only 33 cents each. Beef sticks made in Wisconsin are also available for only 35 cents each. The gift box includes grapefruit, oranges, pears and a sampling of 4 different apples. We are also featuring a Sampler Box of Washington Apples containing red delicious, golden delicious, Granny Smith, and Braeburn. Tentative delivery date of the fruit will be March 9th. The money raised will help pay the cost of 4-Hers attending 4-H Camps; Youth Leadership Extravaganza, State Fair, and provide for project materials and supplies, etc. Your local youth welcome your support. Contact a 4-Her or the Big Stone County Extension Office, 839- 2518 or 1-800-279-2518, for more information. Milbank Valley Archers League IIIII III IIIIIIII1[111 Valley Archers 300 League January 25, 2(X)2 Results &t!WX  Score X's Ronn McDaniel Rogers Electric Motor 30(1 54 Flon Flottmeyer Milbank Hardware [tank 298 45 Bob Zahnow Hanson'lbrness 297 39 Arnie Veen Food - N - Fuel 297 30 Kent Przybycien Berens Warehouse 296 33 Gene Sass Ortonville Dairy Queen 296 32 LeRoy Capp Back Door Pub 295 32 Jim Clots Bill's Super Value 293 29 Scott DaMe Larry s Refrigeration 293 26 Scott Meyer Dakota Granite 292 48 Denny Amberg Zem' Appliance 29(1 29 J,.' ,a'ne Ty!,:r (mq,,.tcr 289 9 Jolene Clots O'1 Mill Meats 288 23 Bryan Lambrechts The Flower Shop 288 20 Mike Hartman Curt's Sports 285 12 Bill Boerger Hardee's 281 23 Pam Amberg Chiropractic in Motion 276 26 Bill Welder Ace Hardware 276 16 Mark Veen Booties Bar 273 21 Cheryl Meyer Brewster Building Center 251 9 Shawna Pr-zybycien Randy Dockter Const. 250 8 Kate Capp Last of the Fast Guns 232 12 Sue Welder Big Stone Plant 232 2 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Sara Crane, Hardees, Russ Shultz, Mill Theatre, Kevin Sass, Thunder Alley The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 Big Stone Loire Area Waves HOQ(EY PLRYER$ OF THE WEEK - ZACH RAFFETY MARK HUNTINGTON CHAD OSHLAGER SEAN WATKINS Son of Richard and Rita Son of/dark and Charleen Son of Vicky Carey, he is a Son of Gary and Sharon Raffety,, he is a Peewee Huntington, he is a Squirt. Squirt. , Watkins, he is a Squirt. player. Proud Sponsors of Big Stone Lake Area Hockey L William i The Pizza Ranch 205 NW Second Street * Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-3006 600d Thin00y, Ever>,da,9? 00INDEPENDENT ,, , , Dr. Steve Wintherli 839-2596 Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Dallas I. Hanson Construction, Inc. . North Hwy. 75 Ortonville, MN 320-839-3455 Page 11