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BLAKE SCHMEIG GOES FOR THE PIN as the Trojan Mat Men faced off against Lac qui Parle Valley last Friday. The Trojans lost the match after an active week, but picked up a win against Upsala and tied with Melrose last week. OHS Mat men finish regular season; team Sections Thurs. The Trojan Mat Men just finished a very busy week, from Thursday through Saturday. The team wrestled Upsala, Melrose, Lac qui Parle Valley, Morris, CACGB and Staples. "Ortonviile wrestled very well in all the matches," stated Coach Joe Eustice. "We were able to pick up a 66-6 win over Upsala and a 33-33 tie with Melrose. We lost the other four matches, but saw a lot of improvement from some of our younger wrestlers." On Thursday, the Trojans wrestled Upsala and Melrose. In the Upsala match the team only lost one match on the night. The most exciting match was a 112 pounds. Ben Rudnick had to step in to fill the spot because Dan Laskowski was sick. Ben gave up some weight, but wrestled very well and picked up a fall in 1:58. Jason Kellen, Rich Raffety and James Thompson all picked up falls for the Trojans. In the second match, the Mat Men had a very exciting match with Melrose. The match went back and forth the whole way. Going into the heavyweight match Ortonville had a six point lead with the chance to pick up their second win of the night. As things turned out every match was important; if the team didn't get pinned or keep the match close things could go either way. Key matches included Ben Rudnick at 103 pounds, who got the team started just the way he needed to, with a fall in 1:12 over Mike Eveshage. After a number of ques- tionable calls Joe Karelspicked up a 11-10 decision over Brandon Kelly. At 125 pounds Smart Stone wres- tled a great match. Stone was behind 7-2 going into the third period. Stuart fought hard to get a takedown and put Adam Hoppe on his back. It looked like he had the fall, but the ref did not see it that way. Stuart did get a three point near fall to tie the score and force overtime. Stone could not get the takedown and lost 9-7. It looked like the Trojans would pick up six points but they gave up three with the loss, tying the score at 9-9. In the next four matches both teams picked up 12 points to keep the score tied at 23 going into the 152 pound match. Rich Raffety wrestled well in his match. The match was close when Rich was pinned by one of Melrose's best wrestlers. At 160 pounds James Thompson picked up a big win for Ortonville. James was behind 3-2 with 20 seconds left in the match and was able to get a two point near fall to get a 4-3 decision over Charlie Hast. At 171 pounds Josh Sykora came up with another big win for the Mat Men. Josh won 4-3 over Anthony Fisher to tie the score at 27 with two matches to go. Ortonville's last six points was a forfeit. Things looked good for the team going into the heavyweight match. They knew that Melrose had a good heavyweight, but felt that Blake Schmeig could come up with a win. It was a hard fought match that could have gone either way. It was a 5-4 match late in the third period when Jason Waltzon came up with the fall to end the match tied at 33. Eustice said, "It was a match that everyone went out and performed at a very high level for the team, and we came very close to getting a win. The kids continue to improve every night. It was great to get a win and a tie in the same night. It made the long ride home from Upsala much easier to travel without a loss." On Friday, the Mat Men had their last home match of the year against Lac qui Parle Valley. The team hon- ored all the parents for their support and dedication for the year. Picking up wins for the Mat Men were Joe Karels at 103 pounds, who won by fall; 171 pound Josh Sykora won by forfeit; heavyweight Blake Schmeig won in a 4-3 decision. The Trojans were in four of the other matches but were not able to get things to work out their way. At 125 pounds Stuart Stone came close to picking up a big win. Stuart came up close but lost 7-6. At 140 pounds, Jason Kellen lost another close match 7-9. Rich Raffety and James Thompson both were in their matches but got in too much of a hurry and things went against them. "We wrestled very well and are learning what it takes to win close matches," Eustice said. "I could go up and down the list of young men on this team and point out how much they have improved from the time I met each of them," Eustice said. "They are truly some of the finest young men that have ever been around." Eustice also stated the younger and new wrestlers are continuing to improve and show a great deal of improvement by fighting off their backs, staying in the matches longer and they continue to try new things with greater success. Those wrestlers include Keith Haggerty, Eric Collins, Frankie Koval, David Pickard, Cory Schmeig, Jon Karels, Adam Radermacher, Tim Freeman, Gabe Larson and Collin Franzke. "The things we have learned will come in handy in the next few years. On Saturday the team traveled to Morris and wrestled Morris, CACGB and Staples/Motley. The Trojans were not able to get any team wins, but did have a chance to wrestle some tough competition. The Trojans were missing some of their kids due to sickness and some injuries. As a team they did wrestle well. Eustice said, "It is just that we are so young and the teams we faced were so much older than us and that was the difference." Jason Kellen picked up two big wins on the day to end the season with a 15-15 record. "Kellen is only an eighth grader and shows great promis- es for the coming years," Eustice said. He also said, "Stuart Stone had to wrestle two highly ranked kids at 125 pounds. Stone was able to not get pinned all day. Stuart has really improved all year. He hasn't won many, but has a tremendous amount of guts and pride that will serve him well in life." "I am very proud to say that I am their coach," Eustice said. "To the parents, you have done a great job with them and I am sure that they will continue to make us proud in the com- ing years. Last, but not least, the team would like to thank Mrs. Pat Collins for all the work she did to organize and set up concessions for the home matches. We all appreciate her dedi- cation to the sport and all the extra things she does." The next action for the Mat Men will be Thursday at the first round of the team Sections in Browerville. Ortonville will take on Eagle Valley at 5 p.m. The winner will wrestle CACGB for the right to wrestle as the number seven seed on Saturday, Feb. 13. Girls face off against Lac q Parle, Wheaton last week The Ortonville Trojan girls began the week against the Lac qui Parle Valley Eagles last Tuesday, who avenged an earlier loss to the lady Trojans by defeating them 66-50. The Eagles led from wire to wire. The Trojans could get no closer than five points in the first half and once in the fourth quarter they cut the lead to six points. Each time the Eagles assumed the challenge, as the lady Trojan defense simply could not stop the hot shooting of the LQPV team. The double figure scorers for Ortonville were Heidi Wittnebel with 14, Tiffany Finke with 12, and Amanda Hiliman with 11 points. No other team member could get more than four points. Finke had 10 boards, Lantis had seven, and Hillman and Reiffenberger each had five boards. "Defense and rebounding wins games, and both were lacking for the lady Trojans in this game," stated OHS boys win one, lose one last week The Trojan boys basketball team ended last week with one win and one loss. First came the win, as the boys took on Chokio-Alberta on Thursday and sent the Spartans home with a 41-38 loss. Point leaders on the night included Ryan Longhenry with 15, followed by Scott Sandberg with 13. Traveling to West Central the fol- lowing evening, the team came home on the short side of a hard-fought 58- 46 loss at Barrett. Jordan Botker dropped in 12 points, followed by Ryan Longhenry with nine and Scott Sandberg and Noah Zehringer chip- ping in with seven apiece. The Trojans will host Lac qui Parle Valley this Friday, Feb. 12 at 6:15 p.m. B-squad picks up another win The Ortonville B-squad picked up a win last Thursday night against the Chokio-Alberta Spartans in the OHS gym. It was a low scoring game com- pared to several others in the past weeks. However, in the end the Trojans came out on top 41-28. Tanner Radermacher was the lead- ing scorer with 10 points. Skip Letrud, Andy Ross and Travis Beckman had seven each. Tony Mosey added four and Nate Thompson, Dan Rausch and Mike Sandberg chipped in two points each. Other leaders included Dan Rausch with seven rebounds, Nate Thompsoa with five steals and Andy Ross with seven assists. Need A Low Interest Home Loan? USDA/Rural Development Office Hours: 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Service Agency Office in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housing Opportunity Ninth grade Trojan boys basketball team now 13-0 WINNERS IN THE 15 LINE TOURNAMENT are, from left to right, first place winner Mike Danielson, Second place Jim Hoxtell and tfiird place winner Curt Wleweck. Winners in 15-line bowling tourney There was a 15-line bowling tour- nament held at the Big Stone Bowl in Ortonville Jan. 8.. There were 28 bowlers in the tournament. The day started at 9 with registra- tion. Bowling then began at 10 a.m., and all bowlers broke for lunch after they had bowled six games each. After lunch they were back bowl- ing the rest of their nine games each. When it was all over, everyone was glad they had made it, with first place going to Mike Danielson, second to Jim Hoxtell, third Curt Wieweck, fourth Eldon Knutson, fifth was Aaron Knutson, sixth Gene Dockter and last but not least, seventh place went to Kevin Doschadis. Coach Adam Thymian rallied his team to achieve a come-from-behind win against West Central Area last Friday night. Down 28-36 at the end of the third quarter, the young Trojans scored 17 points, including three treys, and held their opponents to eight fourth quarter points to edge the previously once- beaten Knights 45-44. Down by two with 20 seconds left to play in the game, Matt Pfingsten made a defensive steal and went the length of the court to score a three pointer and seal the one point victory. Matt finished the game with 13 points. Pete Ross led the scoring with 19 points and Derek Reick controlled the boards with eight rebounds. The team traveled to KMS yester- day, Monday Feb. 8, and will be in Milbank, SD Thursday, then hosting Lac qui Parle Valley Friday. THESE 10 WALLEYES weighing 1-1/2 to 2 Ibs. were caught on Big Stone Lake by Dick and Steve Sandberg of Ortonville and Morris. Coach Connie Newman. Both the B-squad and ninth grade teams got the win against the Eagles, with scores of 36-28 and 32-20, respectively. On Friday the lady Trojans hosted the conference-leading Wheaton Warriors and the Warriors continued unbeaten in the conference with a 74- 63 victory. The Trojans were much more com- petitive in this return game than they had been earlier in the year at Wheaton. The turnovers again plagued the Trojans. The first half especially proved to be difficult as Wheaton came out in a tight full court press. Even though the Trojans turned the ball over 19 times, they were still in the game at the half, only down by six points 39-33. The third was played even. The final margin came as a result of a huge 24 point fourth quar- ter from Wheaton. The Trojans put seven scoring column, led by Reiffenberger with 15 and Wittnebel with 14 points. Lantis, Tiffany Finke and Radermacher each scored eight! in a very well-balanced effort. Goergen had six points and Hillman had four points to the scoring. Tiffany Finke led the with nine boards, Laura chipped in with five rebounds. Reiffenberger had four three steals. Tiffany Radermacher had three as, Again, both the ninth grade a squad got the win, as the ninth outscored the Warriors 30-23 B--squad 37-23. The Trojan girls host KMS Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. :i: : AMANDA HILLMAN GRABS THF. PSS as the Trojan g  ticquF Pa fl 6 Val ley"Egles last Tiesr,.   Bowling standings FOOTBALL MANIA. 1/2Yd99 Sonny's Strike Avoidersl5 9 Won lost Jim & Sons Lumber IS 9 Mountain Dew 15 5 Henrich & Sons 14 10 Arndt's P & H 12 8 Minnwest Bank 12 12 Clinton State Bank 12 8 Big Stone Bowl 12 12 Larry's Refrigeration 8 12 H & [] Car Care 11 13 []ill Motors S 12 Bill's SV Plus 10 14 Pepsi $ 15 I.D.S. 7 17 HTS: Pepsi 2579; TG: Pepsi HT$: Big Stone Bowl 2519; 903; HIS: Joe Berning 652; HTG: Big Stone Bowl 874; HIS: HIG: Joe Berning 255. Ray Seller $83; HIG: Ray Seller POVERTY - 1/26/99 214. Won lost ANIMAL Vulgar 4 DX Miming One 4-Play The Express Just Dick HTS: DX 1553; Express 648; HIS: 375, Bill Lund Cathy Haas 223. Ortonville Area Jaycee Shooter's will be held for boys and girls, ages 8-14 3 Monday Nights Feb. 22, March 1 and March 8 7:00 to 8:30 PM Jaycee Hall, Main Street Big Stone City, SD BB GUNS TARGETS Cooperation with Daisy Mfg. CkMOER TROJANS WINTER SPORTS S(00HEDULES I 1998 99 BOYS BASKETBALL WRESTLING 1998-99 GIRLS BASKETBALL Date O=oonenV (Location) Time Mords (Morris) 10:00 Date O D0onent (Location) Feb. 12 Lac qui Parle Valley (Ortonville) 6:15 Feb. 9 KMS (Ortonville) 6:00 Feb. 16 Milbank (Milbank) 6:30 Feb. 16 Wast Central (Ortonville) 6:00 Page 8 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Feb. 9 1 BLAKE SCHMEIG GOES FOR THE PIN as the Trojan Mat Men faced off against Lac qui Parle Valley last Friday. The Trojans lost the match after an active week, but picked up a win against Upsala and tied with Melrose last week. OHS Mat men finish regular season; team Sections Thurs. The Trojan Mat Men just finished a very busy week, from Thursday through Saturday. The team wrestled Upsala, Melrose, Lac qui Parle Valley, Morris, CACGB and Staples. "Ortonviile wrestled very well in all the matches," stated Coach Joe Eustice. "We were able to pick up a 66-6 win over Upsala and a 33-33 tie with Melrose. We lost the other four matches, but saw a lot of improvement from some of our younger wrestlers." On Thursday, the Trojans wrestled Upsala and Melrose. In the Upsala match the team only lost one match on the night. The most exciting match was a 112 pounds. Ben Rudnick had to step in to fill the spot because Dan Laskowski was sick. Ben gave up some weight, but wrestled very well and picked up a fall in 1:58. Jason Kellen, Rich Raffety and James Thompson all picked up falls for the Trojans. In the second match, the Mat Men had a very exciting match with Melrose. The match went back and forth the whole way. Going into the heavyweight match Ortonville had a six point lead with the chance to pick up their second win of the night. As things turned out every match was important; if the team didn't get pinned or keep the match close things could go either way. Key matches included Ben Rudnick at 103 pounds, who got the team started just the way he needed to, with a fall in 1:12 over Mike Eveshage. After a number of ques- tionable calls Joe Karelspicked up a 11-10 decision over Brandon Kelly. At 125 pounds Smart Stone wres- tled a great match. Stone was behind 7-2 going into the third period. Stuart fought hard to get a takedown and put Adam Hoppe on his back. It looked like he had the fall, but the ref did not see it that way. Stuart did get a three point near fall to tie the score and force overtime. Stone could not get the takedown and lost 9-7. It looked like the Trojans would pick up six points but they gave up three with the loss, tying the score at 9-9. In the next four matches both teams picked up 12 points to keep the score tied at 23 going into the 152 pound match. Rich Raffety wrestled well in his match. The match was close when Rich was pinned by one of Melrose's best wrestlers. At 160 pounds James Thompson picked up a big win for Ortonville. James was behind 3-2 with 20 seconds left in the match and was able to get a two point near fall to get a 4-3 decision over Charlie Hast. At 171 pounds Josh Sykora came up with another big win for the Mat Men. Josh won 4-3 over Anthony Fisher to tie the score at 27 with two matches to go. Ortonville's last six points was a forfeit. Things looked good for the team going into the heavyweight match. They knew that Melrose had a good heavyweight, but felt that Blake Schmeig could come up with a win. It was a hard fought match that could have gone either way. It was a 5-4 match late in the third period when Jason Waltzon came up with the fall to end the match tied at 33. Eustice said, "It was a match that everyone went out and performed at a very high level for the team, and we came very close to getting a win. The kids continue to improve every night. It was great to get a win and a tie in the same night. It made the long ride home from Upsala much easier to travel without a loss." On Friday, the Mat Men had their last home match of the year against Lac qui Parle Valley. The team hon- ored all the parents for their support and dedication for the year. Picking up wins for the Mat Men were Joe Karels at 103 pounds, who won by fall; 171 pound Josh Sykora won by forfeit; heavyweight Blake Schmeig won in a 4-3 decision. The Trojans were in four of the other matches but were not able to get things to work out their way. At 125 pounds Stuart Stone came close to picking up a big win. Stuart came up close but lost 7-6. At 140 pounds, Jason Kellen lost another close match 7-9. Rich Raffety and James Thompson both were in their matches but got in too much of a hurry and things went against them. "We wrestled very well and are learning what it takes to win close matches," Eustice said. "I could go up and down the list of young men on this team and point out how much they have improved from the time I met each of them," Eustice said. "They are truly some of the finest young men that have ever been around." Eustice also stated the younger and new wrestlers are continuing to improve and show a great deal of improvement by fighting off their backs, staying in the matches longer and they continue to try new things with greater success. Those wrestlers include Keith Haggerty, Eric Collins, Frankie Koval, David Pickard, Cory Schmeig, Jon Karels, Adam Radermacher, Tim Freeman, Gabe Larson and Collin Franzke. "The things we have learned will come in handy in the next few years. On Saturday the team traveled to Morris and wrestled Morris, CACGB and Staples/Motley. The Trojans were not able to get any team wins, but did have a chance to wrestle some tough competition. The Trojans were missing some of their kids due to sickness and some injuries. As a team they did wrestle well. Eustice said, "It is just that we are so young and the teams we faced were so much older than us and that was the difference." Jason Kellen picked up two big wins on the day to end the season with a 15-15 record. "Kellen is only an eighth grader and shows great promis- es for the coming years," Eustice said. He also said, "Stuart Stone had to wrestle two highly ranked kids at 125 pounds. Stone was able to not get pinned all day. Stuart has really improved all year. He hasn't won many, but has a tremendous amount of guts and pride that will serve him well in life." "I am very proud to say that I am their coach," Eustice said. "To the parents, you have done a great job with them and I am sure that they will continue to make us proud in the com- ing years. Last, but not least, the team would like to thank Mrs. Pat Collins for all the work she did to organize and set up concessions for the home matches. We all appreciate her dedi- cation to the sport and all the extra things she does." The next action for the Mat Men will be Thursday at the first round of the team Sections in Browerville. Ortonville will take on Eagle Valley at 5 p.m. The winner will wrestle CACGB for the right to wrestle as the number seven seed on Saturday, Feb. 13. Girls face off against Lac q Parle, Wheaton last week The Ortonville Trojan girls began the week against the Lac qui Parle Valley Eagles last Tuesday, who avenged an earlier loss to the lady Trojans by defeating them 66-50. The Eagles led from wire to wire. The Trojans could get no closer than five points in the first half and once in the fourth quarter they cut the lead to six points. Each time the Eagles assumed the challenge, as the lady Trojan defense simply could not stop the hot shooting of the LQPV team. The double figure scorers for Ortonville were Heidi Wittnebel with 14, Tiffany Finke with 12, and Amanda Hiliman with 11 points. No other team member could get more than four points. Finke had 10 boards, Lantis had seven, and Hillman and Reiffenberger each had five boards. "Defense and rebounding wins games, and both were lacking for the lady Trojans in this game," stated OHS boys win one, lose one last week The Trojan boys basketball team ended last week with one win and one loss. First came the win, as the boys took on Chokio-Alberta on Thursday and sent the Spartans home with a 41-38 loss. Point leaders on the night included Ryan Longhenry with 15, followed by Scott Sandberg with 13. Traveling to West Central the fol- lowing evening, the team came home on the short side of a hard-fought 58- 46 loss at Barrett. Jordan Botker dropped in 12 points, followed by Ryan Longhenry with nine and Scott Sandberg and Noah Zehringer chip- ping in with seven apiece. The Trojans will host Lac qui Parle Valley this Friday, Feb. 12 at 6:15 p.m. B-squad picks up another win The Ortonville B-squad picked up a win last Thursday night against the Chokio-Alberta Spartans in the OHS gym. It was a low scoring game com- pared to several others in the past weeks. However, in the end the Trojans came out on top 41-28. Tanner Radermacher was the lead- ing scorer with 10 points. Skip Letrud, Andy Ross and Travis Beckman had seven each. Tony Mosey added four and Nate Thompson, Dan Rausch and Mike Sandberg chipped in two points each. Other leaders included Dan Rausch with seven rebounds, Nate Thompsoa with five steals and Andy Ross with seven assists. Need A Low Interest Home Loan? USDA/Rural Development Office Hours: 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Service Agency Office in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housing Opportunity Ninth grade Trojan boys basketball team now 13-0 WINNERS IN THE 15 LINE TOURNAMENT are, from left to right, first place winner Mike Danielson, Second place Jim Hoxtell and tfiird place winner Curt Wleweck. Winners in 15-line bowling tourney There was a 15-line bowling tour- nament held at the Big Stone Bowl in Ortonville Jan. 8.. There were 28 bowlers in the tournament. The day started at 9 with registra- tion. Bowling then began at 10 a.m., and all bowlers broke for lunch after they had bowled six games each. After lunch they were back bowl- ing the rest of their nine games each. When it was all over, everyone was glad they had made it, with first place going to Mike Danielson, second to Jim Hoxtell, third Curt Wieweck, fourth Eldon Knutson, fifth was Aaron Knutson, sixth Gene Dockter and last but not least, seventh place went to Kevin Doschadis. Coach Adam Thymian rallied his team to achieve a come-from-behind win against West Central Area last Friday night. Down 28-36 at the end of the third quarter, the young Trojans scored 17 points, including three treys, and held their opponents to eight fourth quarter points to edge the previously once- beaten Knights 45-44. Down by two with 20 seconds left to play in the game, Matt Pfingsten made a defensive steal and went the length of the court to score a three pointer and seal the one point victory. Matt finished the game with 13 points. Pete Ross led the scoring with 19 points and Derek Reick controlled the boards with eight rebounds. The team traveled to KMS yester- day, Monday Feb. 8, and will be in Milbank, SD Thursday, then hosting Lac qui Parle Valley Friday. THESE 10 WALLEYES weighing 1-1/2 to 2 Ibs. were caught on Big Stone Lake by Dick and Steve Sandberg of Ortonville and Morris. Coach Connie Newman. Both the B-squad and ninth grade teams got the win against the Eagles, with scores of 36-28 and 32-20, respectively. On Friday the lady Trojans hosted the conference-leading Wheaton Warriors and the Warriors continued unbeaten in the conference with a 74- 63 victory. The Trojans were much more com- petitive in this return game than they had been earlier in the year at Wheaton. The turnovers again plagued the Trojans. The first half especially proved to be difficult as Wheaton came out in a tight full court press. Even though the Trojans turned the ball over 19 times, they were still in the game at the half, only down by six points 39-33. The third was played even. The final margin came as a result of a huge 24 point fourth quar- ter from Wheaton. The Trojans put seven scoring column, led by Reiffenberger with 15 and Wittnebel with 14 points. Lantis, Tiffany Finke and Radermacher each scored eight! in a very well-balanced effort. Goergen had six points and Hillman had four points to the scoring. Tiffany Finke led the with nine boards, Laura chipped in with five rebounds. Reiffenberger had four three steals. Tiffany Radermacher had three as, Again, both the ninth grade a squad got the win, as the ninth outscored the Warriors 30-23 B--squad 37-23. The Trojan girls host KMS Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. :i: : AMANDA HILLMAN GRABS THF. PSS as the Trojan g  ticquF Pa fl 6 Val ley"Egles last Tiesr,.   Bowling standings FOOTBALL MANIA. 1/2Yd99 Sonny's Strike Avoidersl5 9 Won lost Jim & Sons Lumber IS 9 Mountain Dew 15 5 Henrich & Sons 14 10 Arndt's P & H 12 8 Minnwest Bank 12 12 Clinton State Bank 12 8 Big Stone Bowl 12 12 Larry's Refrigeration 8 12 H & [] Car Care 11 13 []ill Motors S 12 Bill's SV Plus 10 14 Pepsi $ 15 I.D.S. 7 17 HTS: Pepsi 2579; TG: Pepsi HT$: Big Stone Bowl 2519; 903; HIS: Joe Berning 652; HTG: Big Stone Bowl 874; HIS: HIG: Joe Berning 255. Ray Seller $83; HIG: Ray Seller POVERTY - 1/26/99 214. Won lost ANIMAL Vulgar 4 DX Miming One 4-Play The Express Just Dick HTS: DX 1553; Express 648; HIS: 375, Bill Lund Cathy Haas 223. Ortonville Area Jaycee Shooter's will be held for boys and girls, ages 8-14 3 Monday Nights Feb. 22, March 1 and March 8 7:00 to 8:30 PM Jaycee Hall, Main Street Big Stone City, SD BB GUNS TARGETS Cooperation with Daisy Mfg. CkMOER TROJANS WINTER SPORTS S(00HEDULES I 1998 99 BOYS BASKETBALL WRESTLING 1998-99 GIRLS BASKETBALL Date O=oonenV (Location) Time Mords (Morris) 10:00 Date O D0onent (Location) Feb. 12 Lac qui Parle Valley (Ortonville) 6:15 Feb. 9 KMS (Ortonville) 6:00 Feb. 16 Milbank (Milbank) 6:30 Feb. 16 Wast Central (Ortonville) 6:00 Page 8 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Feb. 9 1