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the Friday Night Lights for afternoons as they will be ollege to play bali. the son of Dan and of Big Stone City, I1 be attending Concordia in Moorhead, Minnesota. Jeff for OHS at cen- and defensive end. He on defense the past two and also handled the long snap- for the Trojans. of one of the fine football as he joins next season and receives scholarship becoming a 3ncordia maroon and S&apos; Inforzato Laskowske Student ofthe quarter awarded ntinue foc00tball careers at BSCS CO Tony Rolfes, son of Mark and Janet Rolfes of Big Stone City, is the football players Tommy  .... second grading and Jeff Laskowske have not "1111 r '':" period "Student days of putting on the  or i of the Quarter" Trojan gridders will be i for Big Stone City School. the son of Kyle and of Ortonville, signed of Intent to attend and play at Southwest State University aesota. was the single season and all rusher in Ortonville 'ushing for over 1600 1998 and for more than 3,100 He was a regular to the end zone, scoring 28 during his career. Tom a football scholarship and signed on the February 3. are a continuing trend who have chosen to contin- football after their high Since 1994, seven former oined the college ranks, ters still active. Jeff and increase that number to active players and nine total. Affair -(.Ct=ued om page I) entranc-e to tlae liesta pecial feature of the be a drawing for a Noah "Start A Tradition Set" set 56 and donated by The set includes two shops and two elves other realistic accessory this set the start of a iour home. JoLee's a collector's edi- named "Doc" Collection made by figurine depicts an old Country doctor responsible more than half the pop- . Co-Boy village. The fig--. story of the :) Gala guests will to win one of these Other generous spon- with some of the costs include Big Stone Bill's SuperValu Ken & Barb Voecks at and Ken's Electric; Helseth, McLaughlin, & Brutlag, Chartered; Jan's Floral & Drug, Dr. Ronn Marquette Bank, Bank, Ortonviile Area Services, Ortonville Dr. Gregory Peterson, Market, Saputo Cheese Insurance, The Matador Steven Winther. members organizing the include Deb Berning, Judy Drewicke, Neva Janet Messmer, g, Julie Treinen, Cindy Winther, Marjorie Jan Schmidt. They are ooking forward to a very ig. This recognition is presented to an eighth grade student who displays fine ...... ! attitude, participation, and citizenship. Tony's favorite subject is math, and during the current quarter he is the school's student council president. A regular honor roll student, Tony participates in the Knowledge Master Open, Declam, and plays trombone in Ortonville band. Tony enjoys playing basketball, baseball and bike riding. Completing the family as his brother Corey, a sophomore at Milbank HS and brother Tyler, a sixth grader in Big Stone. Tony and his family are members of St. Charles Catholic Church in Big Stone City. CONTINUING THEIR FOOTBALL CAREERS are senior Trojan grid- ders Tom Inforzato and Jeff Laskowske. Above, Laskowske is shown with Coach Kyle Inforzato and parents Dan and Therese Laskowske of Big Stone City, SD. He will be attending Concordia College in Moorhead. Below, Tom is shown with parents Kyle and Bonnie Inforzato of Ortonville. Tom will be attending Southwest State University in Marshall. 2nd quarter honor roll at BSC school The administration of Big Stone City School has announced the Honor Roll for the second marking period of the 1998/99 school term. First Quarter Honor roll includes: Sixth grade: A - Ryan Cloos, David Rausch, Peter Rausch & Tyler Rolfes; B - Craig Bohlman, Kaylee Brandt, Melissa Brotzel, Julia Dew, JT Gregory, Emily Haggerty, Aiicia Redepenning, Blayn Ronglien, Chris Smith, Tom Sparby, Lindsey Swenson and Bill Voecks Seventh grade: A - Stephanie Schuelke, Amy Smith, Amy Speth and Keegan Stock; B Jesse Barnhardt, Sharon Bemis, Emily Carlson, Matt Grabow and Kendra Loeschke Eighth Grade: A - Tina Athey and Lisa Spors; B - Heidi Hansen, Sadie Norlin, Lizzy Rausch, Tony Rolfes, and Lacy Ronglien INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY "'X ::   :i <\