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by only five after the BeUingbam sed tough defense to the Browns Valley 62-33 Tuesday of put the clamps to T-Bird offense and Conference's lead- by allowing their only eight second Browns Valley's Dave McKee, 24 points in was shut out half. BeUmgham, Used a patient at- z Own to add 32 second o insure the victory. only 14-40 (35 first two quar- came back to percent) in the They also connect- h'ee throws. rebounding in the also aided Belling- The final totals with a 34-25 their taller oppon- Olson hauled down Kunde and Paul had nine and another balanced by the Bearcats Brian Evenson 13 while Kunde Hanson netted Dave Maatz and had six. tad John Ebben pac- Valley with 10 a- were guilty of 19 shot only 29 from the floor. pushed Belling- in the conference a triple over- game, 47-44, to Bearcats deaten streak alive a good Herman 52-40 on Friday, notchef their despRe a below- in the second hiring 14-23 shots a 32-18 halRime got the cold only 6-16 tries and only 8-15 free line. Her- canned 15 points and re- to close the gap going into the last show Belling- [he night making for 51 percent, 17-44 for 38 winners suffered poor foul shoot- Only 12-25, while 7-11. were the first the Bear- They hauled to 22 for Bellingham was with 19 (11 in quarter). Curt the night with 10 bad nine. and Dave Six and five, re- Gary Vipond while Mark Vi- II. Bellingham Conference Valley, Herman Become m's 12th, 13th Victims BOXED IN by a Beardsley defender is Bellingham's Keely Hanson. with an 11-0 mark, while Her- man fell to 7-3. The Bearcats" next game will he Friday, Feb. 13, against the Milan Vikings. The following Friday, Feb. 20, Bellingham faces unbeaten Starbuck in what probably will be its stif- fest test to date. Men's Golf Club Meeting Feb. 18 Ortonville's Men's Golf Club wiIJ hold its annual meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 8 p.m. in the Fireside Room of La- goons Beach Supper Club. Officers will be elected for the coming year. "B" Wrestlers Win 5 of 8 LEAGUE RESULTS & STANDINGS ALLEY CAT LANlt ORTONVILLE. MN II Split pickers at the Alley Cat Lanes the past week were Mary Bakkum, the 4-7-10; Carol Brandt, the 4-7-10; Lu Nit,z, the 3-7-9; Kris Simonitch, the 2-7-10; Jim Schmeichel, the 5-10; Lance Williams, the 5-10; Linda Richardson, the 3-7; Russ Thymian, the 5-7 and the 3-7-10; Don Tiegs, the 5-7; Kris Voll- mer, the 4-7-10; Marlys McAlis- ter, the 2-5-7; Karen Mjor, the 6-7; Evie Swigerd, the 5-6-10; Sherrie Prasnicki, the 5-10; Bet- ty Zahnow, the 5-7; Jeff Redo- penning, the 5-10; Wes Bolstad, the 5-8-10; and Diana and Roger Paulsen, the 5-7. r0HS Athletes Selling Candles Ortonville High School's Athletic Club is sponsoring aseOjeet this week to money for their spring banquet and athle- tic equipment.. Members will be calling on homes in the area to ask for their help by plac- ing an order for decorator candles. By ordering can- dies and accessories from the athletes, residents will not only be purchasing a quality item, but also will be helping the students reach their goal. ned Greiner, 3:51. TUESDAY NITE ON TIlME 2/3/81 Won Lost Menzel Lumber ......... 17 7 Hextag's .............. 15 9 Hondch Redt-Mix ........ 15 9 Pioneer Meats .......... 15 9 Matador .............. 13 11 Gono's Cove ........... 13 11 Sparky's .............. 7 17 Conex ................ 1 23 High team sertes-Honrich Rndi-Mix-2830 1fi0h ind. sedes-Lany Millerbemd-593 i4toh team game-Hoxteirs-997 High ind. game-Larry Mikrbernd.236 SUNDAY STRIKERS Won Lost A & W's .............. 22 10 The O.P.S .............. 21 11 Spare O's ............. 20 12 Weekenders ........... 19 13 The Combination ........ 17 15 Country Crew .......... 12 20 Gutsy Gutters ........... 12 20 Classic Connonbagers'.... 5 27 team series-The Combieation-2102 High team game-A & W's-740 High ind. serles-J. Barnes.553 & C. 8onkstrand-528 High ind. game-M. Kiepel-205 & G. Arndt-193 THURSDAY HIGHT SPARKLERS 2/5/81 Won Lost 0rnvme independent .... 19 4 Iuln Grecery ....... 158 ................ 13 11 Vali Vu ............... 12 12 Electdk Maid ........... 11 13 Little Jees ............  11 13 i ............... 8 15 Gambles .............. 4 20 SHOOTING OVER the Herman defense is Bellingham's Scott Olson (25) as he paced his team to victory No. 13 last Friday. SUt,,ET LEAGUE Won Last Mission impossible ...... 10 10 LuCky Stdkere .......... 17 11 Last Chance ........... 16 12 Hell. Inc ............. 16 12 Who ................. 15 13 The 4 Jays ............ 13 15 Andreesen-Oieon ........ 9 10 New Comers ........... 0 20 HiOh team series-Who-2061 High team game.Who-702 High men's sedes-6ary Eivecrng-579 High men's game-Gary Elvecrng-201 High women's series-Wands EIvecrng-641 High women's game-Wonda Elvecrng-100 TGIF 2/6/81 "B" squad's next game is at Milan, Feb. 24. On Friday night, the Bel- lingham girls' basketball team hosted the Herman Panthers and lost by a 50-29 score. Quarter scores had Herman in the lead at all stops; 14-5, 31-12, 43-23, and the final, 50-29. The Bearcats, again, had the problem of scoring. They were 9 of 61 from the field for 15 percent, and were 11 for 27 from the free throw line for 40 percent. Herman had two girls in double figures--Bonnie Bar- tell with 10 and Faye Backman, also with 10. The Bearcats had one girl in double figures: Beth Roggen- buck with 13. Rita Krakow added. 7. Bellingham outre- bounded Herman by a 28-26 margin. Leading rebounders for the Bearcats were Keely Han- son with 8 and Beth Roggen- buck with 7. The Bearcats had 24 turn- overs. Herman turnovers were unavailable. The girls wiJl have a week's rest now between each of the next two opponents. This Fri- day night, Feb. 13, there is another double "A" game with Milan, and Friday, Feb. 20, the Bearcats play Starbuck, also a double "A" game. The girls will play the 6:30 games both of these nights, followed by the boys at 8 p.m. Bellingham Girls Notch Second Win of Seson The Bellingham girls' basket- ball team won its second game of the season last Tuesday, with a narrow 31-30 victory over the Beardsley Mustangs. The BHS girls did a good job on defense, forcing 30 Beard- sley turnovers, while commit- ring 17. The Bearcats, again, found it hard to get the ball to go in the hoop. They shot 11 of 65 for 17 percent. Many of these shots were right under the basket, so it is just basically rushing the shot and not concentrating on using the bankboard. Leading scorers in the game were Mary Diekmann for Beardsley with 10 points and Rita Krakow and Keely Hanson for Bellingham with 18 and 7, respectively. Quarter scorers were 8-8; Bellingham 12, Beardsley 14; 22-22; and the final 31-30. Beardsley outrebounded the Bearcats 27-26. Leading re- bounders for the Bearcats were MIKE HOLTQUIST, Ortonville's 167-pounder, rolls Elbow Rita Krakow with 13 and Beth Lake's Allen Larson over on his back here, but the Eagle Roggenhuck and Mary Pillatzki matman rolled up a 17.5 superior decision as Elbow Lake with 6 each. won the dual meet here Thursday 38-I 9. In the "B" squad game, Bel- lingham's girls did an excellent jOb,MyraWinningRoggenbuckin overtimeled al128"24"Bel- Trojan Grapplers Junior Varsity ',.ghara and Beardsley scorers Receive Mention with 13 points and had 11 ,,s=ra"'rs ,,o, =r""ur- rebounds. Trojan wrestlers receiving. mention in this week's LJRIe Eighth Straight Sioux Conference newsletter were: "B" Hoopsters Beat Milbank 105-Erwin Rendon (0) dec. High ind. game-Diana Huits-195 Won Lost In Exhibition L00rson,00. "-" ............ " Second Time 106-Nelson (EL) pinned Kent  team game-Vag Vu-817 Matador .............. 18'/z In exhibition wrestling pre- ceding the Ortonville-Elbow Lake varsity dual hre last Thursday, the Trojan "B" team outscored Elbow Lake 23-18 in eight matches. Todd Adams at 8b lbs. and Tim Hamann at 126 won by fall for Ortonville. Results were: 80 Ibs.-Tedd Adams (O) pin- OISTRICT 11 GIRLS ilA$iOETBALL Sanding Monting at Backstrand, 4:55. ll2-Andre Roggenbuck (O) dec. Mildeson, 12-5. ll4-Nick Hegge (O) superior dec. Warde, 16-1. llS-Miller (EL) pinned Brad Welherg, 3:29. 126--Tim Hamann (O) pinned Stramer, 1:05. 160-Owistensen (EL) pinned Aaron Knutson, 1:59. CATHY SHBLDON (20) drives for a layup here in helping her team to a 31-30 victory over Beardsley in Pheasant Conference play at Bellingham last week. : Amiitedam-lqan te attond-sapNd yew lead lOwms Club AIIIUUM  OITHOAY-IO09 MEOIA CEI MEEllvidon, Nonma Tnd, Panad-saimel CNnileatw-lO:O0 A.IL-said. COW4JwrY EO-Ad VagoyUL Sas Iqmngnqy, STATE DRAMA FESTWAL-FUramy 13 & 14 DOYS" BASI0IJ.L at Granite Fags-6:30 C01imNTY F.0.salmem 0 Gym.8:00 ST. VALENTEIE'S OAY SUSAN B. ANTHONY DAY PREOrcNTS' OAY-No ll6E WASHiGTON$ OilTT140AY-1732 GIRLS L at COMy-6:30 High team series-EJectdk Maid-2174 WEONESOAY HILLTOPPERS 2/4/81 Won IOn9 Koln Koieettes ...... 18 Td-coonty State Bank .... 16 Sileer Spw Bar & Gritl .... 13 VFW Post 3964 & Aux... 12 Slyling Hut ............ 11 Bio Steea Cheese ....... 10 NW State Bank ......... o Mata .............. 7 High ind. game-Beth Muager-203 ind. series-Mary Tayim-490 High team game-VFW-796 High team sories-VFW-2304 THUR[AY NIGHT STARUTERS 2/5/81 Won ogw's Shaidon ......... 17 Sardick Fun ........... 15 CasMown Cole ......... 14 Hesse M  ....... 11 Tdl T Arabians ........ 10 Mayme's .............. 10 Monzid Luml ......... 10 Amedon Lqlon Auxiliary. 9 High ind. game4ieda Amdt-218 High Ind. sedec-Gioda Arndt-531 High team game-idonzel Lumber-025 High team sedec-cosMOwn Cofe-2244 PVT's ................ 17 11 Logaona 8each ......... 10 12 Bed.Pansies ........... 13Y 14 Close Encounters ....... 10 17 Lost Kevin's Body Shop ...... 9 18 6 Geefere ............... 8 20 8 High team gan.P-P Ragors-708 10 High team sedes4'-P Ragera-2029 12 HtSh men's game-Art Vagmer-214 13 High men's series-Royce Pautson-562 14 I women's game-Jeonatle Pag'mus-196 16 HtOh women's serles-Jeanetle Polhamus. 16 541 Conection for week ef 1-30-81 High men's sedes-Ed Vagmef-570 WEEKENDERS 2/7181 Won Lest Tn-County Slate Agency.. 20 8 Lost Executioners ........... 1S 10 7 Twinkle Toes .......... 15 12 9 ColOrs Cattaga ........ 15 13 10 Sat. Night Uve ......... 13 1S 13 Monniight Madness ...... 11 17 14 Sloh's I ............. 10 17 14 Roiling Farmers ......... 9 19 14 15 Hgh women's game-Sandy Toner-200 High women's series-Marvel Trener-473 High men's game-Sob Ross-18S men's sedec.BM Rose-4S1 High team game-Td-County.670 High team sedes-Tri-county-2140 MONDAY laTE UVE 2/2/01 WOn Loft Corona Beats Mio-Oak .............. 20 0 Lime Joe's ............ 14 5 Or. Pepper ............. 11 8 Wait & Eli's ............ 11 0 Ivan's ................ 9 11 H.A.G. lec ............. 7 13 Dig Steoe Canning ....... 5 15 Otter TaN .............. 2 18 High team sedes-Min.Oak-2642 Hh team game4Wm-Dek-006 High ind. series-Steve Reggeoick-572 High ind. game-Steve Rogganieck.221 MIDNIGHTEDS Won Lost P, omleobm Const ....... lO 0 Ke's endy Sp ...... 5 9 Foxwond Mn ........... 14 10 K-Ag .......... ; ...... 13 11 Vl ...... 11 13 OctonvHle indop .... 10 14 Club 7-75 ............. 10 14 E'I Bees .............. 7 17 High team sedes-Kevtn's 6ndy $11o{;-2749 HlOh team game.Kevtn's Dndy Shep-1000 Hloh ind. sems-BJe Walter-603 Hqtt ind. game-Art VMimer-222 Cards 56-47 Corona, S.D., outshot and out- rebounded Marietta-Nassau to take a 59-47 boys' basketball victory at Marietta last week. Chad Willis with 15 and Donn Streich with 12 led the Cardi- nals' scoring. Other M-N scor- ers were Steve Stamp with 5, Larry Bork with 4, Steve Dahle with 2 and Keith Grube with 9. Corona also won the "B" game, 56-40. Marietta shot 31 percent from the field and had 29 rebounds to Corona's 42. It was the last regularly-scheduled home game for the Cards, who are sched- uled to play at Summit, S.D., this Friday, Feb. 13, and at BeUingham, Feb. 24. OrtonviUe's boys' "B" team handled Milbank 52-37 in the preliminary, game at Milhank Tuesday of last week. Rob Walsh's 12 points and 12 rebounds paced the little Troj- ans to their ninth win of the season. Also in double figures was Jeff Thompson with 10. "I thought we played well, es- pecially the first half," said Coach Boyde Lefferman. "We didn't turn the ball over very much and we had the best balanced scoring we've had all season, some good assists and played pretty fair defense. "Rob Walsh did a good re- bounding job and I thought Barry Gerber took the ball to the basket the best he has all season. This caused Milbank to foul  a namher of times, which resulted in him convert- ing 6 of 8 free throw attempts. Overall, both from the floor and free throw line, it was our best shooting game of the season." The Trojans were 20 of 43 from the field (46 percent) and 12 of 29 from the charity stripe (60 percent). Milbank shot 39 percent from the field and 44 percent from the foul line. The Bulldogs' leading scorer was Dave Johnson with 10. Other top rebounders for the Trojans were David Leger with 4, and Barry Gerber and Tim Swenson with 3 each. Friday, Feb. 13, the "B" squad plays at Granite Falls and next Tuesday, Feb. 17, at Wheaten. Ortonville scoring: Barry Gerber 6, Steve Karels 8, Rob Walsh 12, David Leger 4, Jeff Thomlmon I0, Tom Giese 2, Tim Swenson 8, Mike Timm 2. Tony Rausch, second at 119' lbs. with a 13-2-3 record and 68 team points; Tony CroaR, third at 145 Ibs. with a 14-4 record and 75 points; Mike Holtqulst,  fourth at 167 Ibs. with a 6-10-I record and 35 points; and Mike Hunt, third at heavyweight with a 10-4 record and 53 points. Little Sioux Wrestling DUAL MEET RECORDS Won Lost Conby .......... 8 1 Madison ........ 9 2 Granite Fags ..... 7 3 Trecy .......... 8 4 Olivia .......... 6 4 Appteten ........ 4 6 Olonviite ....... 3 12 Dawsen-Beyd .... 2 11 RESULTS LAST WEEK Redwood FaNs 31 Trecy 17 Madison 49 GrecovNte 11 Conby 43 MarshoH 9 Appleton 40 Choklo.Alberte 16 Olivia 30 Wabasse 26 Granite 49 Minnoota 16 Madison 41 Tyler 20 Trecy 45 Appleton 16 Montevideo 35 Cowson-sayd 21 Dawson-B. 4th st Clid. Tourney Conby 23 Paynecvtlle 23 Tied 1 MATCHES THIS WEEK 2-9 Wabasso st Granite Fails 2-10 Madison at ClarkOeld OrtonvMe at Appteton Redwood Fags at vie Milan st Oawsen-Boyd 2-12 Granite Fags at Clara City COn st Wmgton Maynard at Appleton Raymond at Olivia I)awsen.Boyd at Minneate 2-13 Madison at New London-S. W1ndom at Tracy The Ortonville High School junior varsity cagers stayed un- defeated and picked up their eighth win in a row by subduing Appleton 69-63 on Jan. 28. Although they trailed 14-12 after one quarter, the Trojans regrouped to hold a 48-32 ad- vantage going into the final period. Mike Olson, 6-4 junior center, burned the nets for 23 points, including 10 in the third quarter to help OHS pull away. Randy Trost of Appleton matched el- son's effort with 23, also. Also in double figures were Mike Nagel of Ortonville with 11 and Brad Bergstad and Todd Koos- man of Appleton with 14 and 12, respectively. Both teams had 28 field goals, but the Trojans had a good night from the free throw line, making 13 of 20 for 65 percent. The Aces were 7 of 9 for 77 percent. Ortonville's scoring: Marlin WiRe 2, Jeff Thompson 2, Bill Hasslen 8, Tim Swenson 2, Andy Rausch 7, Mike Nagel 11, Jim Leger 8, Rob Walsh 2, Steve Karels 4. Proud Anglers Two walleye catches in Big Stone Lake recently earned the Proud Angler Award from South Dakota's Dept. of Game, Fish and Parks. The two lucky fishermen were Duane Steege of Wilmot, S.D., a I0 lb. walleye, and Charles Krause, Watertown, S.D., 9 Ibs., 14 oz. The Independent Ortonville, Minnesolo Wed., Feb. II, 1981 Page 5 PUBLIC NOTICE Applications are now being received for various positions in 0rtonville's Summer Recreation Program. Applicants may apply for one or more positions. . Pool Activities Director . Summer Baseball Assistant . Tennis Instructor * Girls' Softball Instructor . Girls' Softball Assistant . Gymnastics Instructor . Gymnastics Assistant . Golf Instructor * T-Ball Coach . Arts & Crafts Instructor . WSI Instructors * Lifeguards . Bathouse Attendant Applications may be obtained in person from the City Clerk's office or by telephone or letter from :two recreation board members: Randy Bruer (413 Atlantic, phone 612-839-2329), Carol Slieter (441 Park Ave, Phone 612-639-3388). Deadline for applications is February 23, 1981.