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L, Leftover spring i turkey licenses Hunters who missed the first spring turkey deadline can still apply for leftover licenses if they submit an application before the required deadlines. , "Anyone who does not have a 002 spring turkey license can apply f0r one license in the second round if they'mail their application on or before March 8," said Communications Manager Chuck Schlueter "That date is this Friday, so applicants need to hurry." Applicants are reminded to apply using the Game, Fish and Park's website and their credit card at www.state.sd.us/gfp/BigGameApps/. Schlueter added that anyone who misses the second drawing can still try for one of the remaining licenses in the third drawing, which has a deadline of March 22. Everyone is eligible to apply in the third drawing, whether or not they already have a license. A person can draw a total of three spring prairie turkey licenses. To check results, applicants can go online to www.state.sd.us/gfp/hunting/drawing s/index.cfrn. "After the third drawing, licenses will be first-come, first-served as long as more licenses remain than applications are received," he said. Leftover licenses are listed online at www.state.sd.us/gfp/hunting/Leftover s/lndex.htm. Applications can be printed from www.state.sd.us/gfp/hunting/Applicat ions/Index.htm. Birthdays CROWD FAVORITE AL WESTERMEYER brou feet with his big three pointer near the end Wheaton. ie funeral s 2, of Otto L March uneral Ho R. Karl V tory Pallbe [eces and n, lent was a in Big Sto Marie Ti 1909 to] 2all; Tippe Lac qui P luated fro ool in 192 ived ate; 0ol for 18. had three' at birth, R Tom wh ext take ca in 1944 ii his dead flso worke ,lily Hospil nd then i Factory Mar( I lll As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Rites we Tuesday, Mar. 12  .ith Amen SusanThrondrud, Daniel Stecker, Puna Pona--a thon t00int was  Adam Thymian, Nathan Geier, Lisa , v l Teske Athey, Kevin Nelson, Floyd benefit" breast "= Unonvilh Kellen, Greg Weber, Zachary Lowe, canc00=000000s,  Tom Fox Approximately forty students at attend the AvOa:l_(MeyeP ,.-,,to  Wednesday, Mar. 13 the University of Minnesota, Morris Cancer Walk in iIND. Dori Homan, Harris Selvig, Steve will participate in a 12-hour ping October. ibaptized o Bergeson, Lois Pflueger, Ruth Dittes, pong-a-thon, and many more will Last year, firrned o: Pat Kaiser, Jeanette Minahan, Duane make donations, to sponsor two fel- raised o;,'er $ A FLAGRANT FOUL was inflicted upon Ross Wiegman during this shot, sending him to the line for the Granger, Cameron Robert Heifers low students in a walk for breast can- Courage Cottag.e.ir MIIIj Trojans. . Thursday, Mar. 14 cer. Students who live in The public isle_ "a Trojans take one more step Mark Kolb, DarrellBrecke, Joan Lindholm, Marilyn Brotzel, Becky Independence Hall campus residence this effort. Dollrvices fc vonl!!ltOn wet , hall will play ping pon for an hour payable to A --._: e Helgeson, Faye Athey, Sabrina every hour from 6 p.m. Friday, March da/. and sent IIa)O. 2 in TI Strege, Daniel Robert Thompson,  " e 11Imton in playoffs with 71-40 victory PaulsenLee Freiwald, Brad Shelstad, GladysFriday, Mar. 15 i:wPar722' through 6 p.m. Saturday, Marchtds$;0 th:e:no:lVl UeiSncoYNtS5ftr_nwelndependenc  .... IsP: Though it was doubtful either OHS Rieck followed" w-id 12, and Ross Wiegman, Thompson and Carol Fischer, Kathy Gimmestad , 6478. ' / Wiegrnan added 11. Other Trojans in the scoring column included Nate Thompson with nine, seven from Pete PNQss, x points from Joe Fuller, three ffcJm A1 Wes'termeyer, and two apiece contributed by Ben Zahrbock, Tony Weber, Ross Randall and Landon Franzky. While Radermacher drained three treys, and Fuller, Rieck and Thompson each had two, none received the enthusiastic crowd response as the lone three pointer from Westermeyer late in the game, nailing the coffin for the Warriors. Assists were led by the trio of or Wheaton students would win the sportsmanship award for their cheers, OHS did, however, win the game in Morris last Tuesday to send them one step further in the playoffs. Ortonville opened up an early lead over the Warriors, holding their oppo- nents to just eight first quarter points while they amassed 14. By halftime, the Trojans had expanded their lead to 35-15. After three quarters, first string players began to take the bench as Ortonville was up 55-23, and finished the game 71-40. Tanner Radermacher led the Trojan offensive effort with 15 points, Derek Radermacher, each contributing four. Weigman was also the team leader in rebounds with seven. On defense, ermacher helps! out with four siea] and Rieck ad"db.d two more. Due to a snowy weekend, which postponed Saturday's game, the next round was held Monday evening after presstime, where OHS took on Hancock at Minnewaska Area High School. Chokio-Alberta also took on BBE in the late game, following the Trojan matchup. (w eck ot our web''site at ww.oonvilleindependent.comjt Young wrestlers traveled to Bellingham Sunday, March 10 J 00tlbb00 Wrestlers from the Big Stone Lake Second place finisher was Damian Piilatzki. John Eustice, Jacob Olson, Colby Gimmestad and Christopher Danielson placed third and the fourth place winners were Derrick Pillatzki, Taylor Barnhardt and Ashley. C0nstruc ion GENERAL CONTRACTOR CUSTOM BUILDER 00trry 00ubbs Rt. 1, Box 166 Chokio, MN 56221 ID #20013114 area traveled to Bellingham March 10. The BSLA grapplers placed as fol- lows: In first place were Ridge Lindberg, Micah Reiffenberger, Nathan Olson, Cole Peters and Andrew Treinen. I III I I I I SECTION 5A BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNEY- 2002 Pigtail Playoff Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals #10rtonville #10rtonville Monday, March 11 6:00 PM Site: Minnewaska #5 Hancock #2 BBE Monday, March 11 8:00 PM Site: Minnewaska #3 C-A Tues. Mar. 12 6:00 p.m. Site: UMM Thurs., Mar. 14 7:00 p.m. Site: UMM Thursday, Mar. 7 6:00 PM Site: Morris #8 WHN Soboleski, Nancy Howen Dwyer, students, Amanda Eklund, New Hope, Warren "Cy" McCormick, Lorene Kiemat, Kathi Jean Thymian srday, Mar. 16 Sam L. Stern, Alan Wiley, Joel Streed, Colleen Hedge, Cory Lee Schmieg, Lisa Berkner, Hans Freiwald, Dean Roger Anderson, Verona M. Anderson, Dorothy Krogsrud Sunday, Mar. 17 Lisa Richardson, Tim Anderson, Jordan Stewart, Joshua Schuelke, Georgette Hagen, Ashley Zahrbock, Marilyn Athey, John M. Hausauer, Kayla Dinnel Monday, Mar. 18 Mrs. Harlan Monson, David Hicks, Kevin Sutton, Heather Feldick, Abbie LaRae Kraemer, Lisa Hinders, Drew Danielson, Catherine K. Curry, Raquel Nelson, Susan Backstrand Tuesday, Mar. 19 Janet Athey, Judith Gerhardt, DeWillis Anderson, Stephanie RaM, Marcia Sandro, Kelly Kraemer, Louise Mortenson, Bodie Ronglien Awards for area students at:UMM The University of Minnesota, Morris, announced recently Megan Reiffenberger from OHS will be among the students receiving scholar- ships from UMM for the coming year. Reiffenberger will be a 2002 grad- uate of OHS. Recipients of the Founder's Scholarship from UMM included Emily Randleman, Samantha Strege and Kristen Taylor, all OHS seniors. Also announced from UMM-werc the names of two Ortonville students'- on the Dean's List for fall semester Ortonville's Kylene Huizenga and Nathan Trunnell, along with Jennifer Huselid and April Matheson of Clinton, were named to the list. Car Detailing with Windshield ervices h 'rtonvilh larch 7, hurch in mrd Boe ms Pat K Mueller. Y pallbea randchild n. pallbeare Richard i ge Walden Parrow. Y pailbeat adchildren to ilbearen and Amy Zagaros, Robbinsdale, Phili T . P i et" -- =--00yictorMe B-squad bask_._batn .... linton. the,r season w,th 17-4/0000o OHS' B-squad season is over, with The boys  and A,,. " " t LllI| the boys accomphshmg a 17-4 win- thro record  ning season. The last four games have score. There  k_, " " l -'u;I some great, hghhghts. . They had a assists. , four bl-vi fe .,-,, ,v tough wm coming home from the eght steals. 2: I vh,,. daw house on Feb. 15. " i Lu.. ,., For their lasti,_. "' ; g " v r enjoye Scoring was equally dnstnbuted the boys trai,elkTHe ale,, amongst the players, with the final came away troml score 28-25. Cloos and Zahrbock had Leading scoret two steals apiece. Mork and Guse Zahrbock wi. Iso a ch each had one. 10. There  'r. Abo There were five big blocks on the assists, two his night - Cloos had two and Weber, steals Randall and Grabow contributed for the remaining. Thompson led the rebounding with eight, Randall and Grabow had five, and Weber added four. All in all, the Trojans had 25 bei rebounds, six steals, eight turnovers, three assists and five blocks. They ,,ionno made 55 percent of their free throws ,am ,-,, which helped them clinch the victory, f( On the 22nd, the boys traveled to Canby and came away with a 50-45 nment victory. Zahrbock led the Trojans ,mmst with 16, Randall had nine, and ,oaeml Sammon contributed eight. There were 22 rebounds on the night, The )mprov leaders were Thompson and Grabow mn ar with six apiece and Weber with four. con Summon contributed six of the 14  attend; assists. Two blocks, were felt from len:mem Thompson. Grabow and Cloos also $ s]on th got in on some of the stuffing action for the two remaining. ler Against Benson Feb. 23, at Benson, the Trojans clinched another victory. Ross Randall led the scoring with 12. 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