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Wl The Ortonville Trojan boys basket- half and were able to hold Wheaton to Trent Kuechenmeister again led the ball team made it five road wins in a 13 points. Trojans with 20 points and four assists. row with three victories last week. Kuechenmeister led the Trojans He was followed by Shane Lindahl With their win over CGB last Friday, with 17 points. He also had five re- with 17, Dan Berdan with nine, Tate the Trojans clinched the Pheasant Con- bounds, three steals and was three of Messmer with six, Jacob Meyer with ference Championship. four from the free throw line. Lindahl with five and Tom Rausch with two. "These young men have worked added 14 points and two assists. Tate Messmer was the leading rebounder very hard for me this season and they Messmer had six points and seven re- with nine followed by Meyer and totally deserve to be the 2010-2011 bounds, Dan Berdan, Jacob Meyer and Austin Swanson each with five. Pheasant Conference Champions," said Austin Swanson each added two points A combination of good defense and Head Coach Jay Orvik. "We've had and Tom Rausch had one. Berdan also balanced scoring helped the Trojans some ups and downs, but overall, we had seven rebounds in the game.defeat the CGB Wolverines last Friday have played some very entertaining The Trojans then traveled to Mil- in Graceville by a score of 56-39. and exciting basketball. I know our bank, SD on Tuesday, Feb. 15 and Shane Lindahl led the Trojans with parents, fans, coaches and local area came away with the season sweep, de- 16 points. Trent Kuechenmeister added communities are very proud of our feating the Bulldogs, 59-51. 11 points, three rebounds and three as- team." "Milbank has a good team and they sists. Dan Berdan had a double-double On Monday, Feb. 14 the Trojans always play great man-to-man de- with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Tom traveled to Wheaton, where theyfense," said Orvik. "The game really Rausch added five points and four haven't won since 2004. That streak turned physical in the second half, but steals. Rounding out the scoring was ended as the Trojans defeated the War- we were able to hold our ground and Tate Messmer with five. Charlie Taffe riors, 44-29. went on a l 3-0 run to secure the win." with four and Jacob Meyer and James Both team struggled shooting the Both teams shot the ball well. The Nitz each with two. basketball, but Ortonville's guards Trojans were 17 of 38 from the field for The Trojans(ll-9) will next travel Trent Kuechenmeister and Shane Lin- 45 percent, while the Bulldogs were 18 to Minneota tonight (Tuesday) and host dahl combined for 18 points to help the of 44 for 41 percent. The Trojans had a the Canby Lancers on Friday, Feb. 25. Trojans hold a 24-16 lead at halftime, slight edge at the free throw line going Ortonville came out with a strong 17 of 28 for 61 percent while Milbank defensive performance in the second was 12 of 21 for 57 percent. A BIG SCORING NIGHT for Trojan junior Trent Kuechenmeister as he netted 20 points to help lead the Trojans to 59-51 win over the Milbank Bulldogs at the Milbank Armory on Tuesday., Feb. 15. The Trojans then ,clinched the Pheasant Conference title with their win over the CGB Wolverines last Friday, 56-39. Thursday, Feb. 24: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal. Sausage Links, Whole Grain Toast. Diced Pear Sauce, School menu Milk Lunch: Deli Ham and Cheese, Tuesday, Feb. 22: Breakfast: Cheesy Potatoes, Garden Peas, Pineap- Whole Grain Cereal, Br. Sausage pie Sauce. Pizza, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk. Friday, Feb. 25: Breakfast: Whole Lunch: Meatballs and Gravy, Grain Cereal, Whole Grain Toast, Trix Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Diced Yogurt, Mixed Fruit Sauce; Milk. Peach Sauce, Whole Wheat Dinner Lunch: BBQ's, Pickles, French Roll. Fries, Shape-up Juice Bars. Wednesday, Feb. 23: Breakfast: Monday, Feb. 28: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Breakfast Hot Whole Grain Cereal, Cinnamon Pastry, Pocket, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Nachos Supreme, Lettuce, Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Cheese, Corn, Applesauce, 4-12 Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Applesauce. Raised Donuts, K-3 Donut Holes. MN DNR seeking inspector a plica nts The Minnesota Department of Nat- ural Resources (DNR) is seeking wa- tercraft inspector interns for the upcoming boating season. Inspectors are stationed at public accesses on lakes and rivers infested with invasive species such as Eurasian watermilfoil and zebra mussels. Positions are available in Brainerd, Winona, Twin Cities, St. Cloud, Inter- national Falls, Duluth, Bemidji, Min- netonka and the surrounding areas. "We're looking for enthusiastic young adults interested in doing im- portant environmental conservation work," said Heidi Wolf, DNR water- craft inspection program coordinator. Watercraft inspectors inform and educate the public about aquatic inva- sive species and the threat they pose to Minnesota waters. Other duties may include assisting with access posting, conducting inva- sive species plant removal and other natural resource projects. These are full-time temporary internships that start in late April and run through the middle of October, with flexibility for students still in school. Applicants must have a valid Min- nesota driver's license, be enrolled in a natural resources or related program and eligible to receive school credit for the position. The application deadline is March 11. Contact Heidi Wolf at 651-259- 5152 or heidi.wolf@state.mn.us with questions. 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