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Most Improved wrestler-Hayden Knip. Rookie of the year (first year wrestler who does the best)-Jordan Kurrasch. Twenty match winners: They had one in Jorden Roggenbuck with a 25- 10 record. Century Club (for scoring 100 Team Points)- Jorden Roggenbuck with 143 team points. Senior Awards-Eli Block and Dim- itri Cuneo Outstanding Wrestler-Jorden Roggenbuck. Coach Eustice will be taking a year off of coaching as he and his sons, Pat and John will be deployed with their Army National Guard Unit to Kuwait. We wish you the best of luck as you serve our country over seas. Ortonville School menu Tuesday, April 5: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Toasted English Muffin, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. ORTONVILLE WRESTLERS held their annual Awards Banquet on Tuesday, March 29 at the Ortonville School. Lunch: Dell Turkey and Cheese, Trojan wrestlers are pictured above. In front from left to right are Travis Westlund, Joseph Eustice, Nick Steltz, Au Gratin Potatoes, Green Beans,Ap- Tristin Eastman and Jordan Kurrasch (Rookie of the Year). Back row left to right are Hayden Knip (Most Improved), plesauce. Dimitiri Cuneo (Senior Award), Robert Wood, Dillan Roggenbuck and Jorden Roggenbuck (Hardest Worker, 20 Wednesday, April 6: Breakfast: Match Winner, Century Club, and Outstanding Wrestler). Not pictured are Kyle Rockensock and Eli Block (Senior Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Waffle Award). Sticks, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk. The Trojan wrestling team held all. Ninth graders-Isaac Cloos, Hayden their end of the year Awards Banquet First Year Wrestler awards went to Knip and Kyle Rockensock, on Tuesday, March 29 at the Ortonville Tristin Eastman, Jordan Kurrasch, Sophomore-Jorden Roggenbuck. School. Joseph Eustice and Eli Block. First yer Junior-Dylan Roggenbuck. Head Wrestling Coach Eustice awards were also presented to statisti- Seniors-Eli Block and Dimitri handed out awards to the athletes and clan Alexis Adelman and cheerleaders Cuneo. thanked the parents and those who sup- Taylor Jones, Andrea Berman, Erin Also earning letters were Alexis ported then throughout the season. Meyer and Ashley Kaiser. Adelman, Stefani Griffith, Taylor Eustice also thanked his assistant Letter winners were: Jones, Andrea Berman, Erin Meyer coaches Tom Croatt and Dustin Seventh graders-Tristin Eastman, and AshleyKaiser. Roggenbuck for all the help they have Jordan Kurrasch and Joseph Eustice. Individual Award winners were: been to him this year and especially for Eight graders-Nick Steltz and Hardest worker-For the third year in next season when he will not be here at Robert Wood. a row Jorden Roggenbuck. Ortonville Men's Golf Association is holding its 2011 organizational meeting on Wednesday, April 13th at 7:00 p.m. at the Moose Lodge in Ortonville. Sign up for league is $50.00, substitutes $35.00. Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs, Cheesy Rice, Mixed Veggies, Fresh Grapes. Thursday, April 7: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Breakfast Hot Pocket, Apple Slices, Milk. Lunch: Creamy Chicken Pasta, Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls, Cranberry Sauce, Garden Peas, Diced Peach Sauce. Friday, April 8: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Trix Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Trojan Taco/Soft Shell, Lettuce, Cheese, Salsa, Refried Beans, Corn, Churro, Applesauce. Monday, April 11: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Raised Donut, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Fajita, and Veggies, Lettuce, Cheese, K-3 Grilled Cheese, Tri-Taters, Mandarin Orange Sauce. Tuesday, April 12: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Build A Burger, Cheese, Lettuce, Onions, Pickles, Tater Tots, Juice Choices. GOLFERS MUST BE SIGNED UP BY FRIDAY, APRIL 29TH (if not signed up will be on sub list) AND SHOULD BE MAILED OR DROPPED OFF TO: JAY STOCK ERIC TORGERSON 312 Pacific 232 - 5th St. MN 56278 Clinton, MN 56225 The meeting will be held to discuss men's league play. All league should attend. for fi track teams rst meet of season With snow still on the ground, the For some of the athletes it will be Ortonville track teams have been con- the first time they actually get to go ditioning and working hard indoors, through the event. Example, Shot put hoping to eventually get outside when in the ring, pole vaulthigh jump over the weather warms up and the snow a bar. melts. The coaches are working to get the The team has been using the roads most out of the athletes to help them outside for conditioning and have to accomplish their goals as individu- been using the school hallways, cam- als which in-turn will help the team to mons and any available space for be successful. training. With their first two meets of the Over 40 athletes are out for the season already postponed, they are sport this year and are eagerly await- hoping to open up the season this ing their first meet of the season, week. The teams are scheduled to The boys team on paper is very travel to Montevideo this Thursday, senior heavy, due to a new batch of April 7 and Lac qui Parle Valley on first year athletes. The girls team is Friday, April 8. These meets are heavy in the middle grades, weather permitting. THREE RETURNING LETTERMAN are back from last year's State Cham- pion Ortonville boys golf team. Pictured from left to right are James Nitz, Nick Giese and Jade Hasslen. The team is coached by Roger Sandberg. ORTONVILLE GIRLS GOLF TEAM began practice for tl~e 2011 season on Monday, March 21. Shown above are returning letter winners from last year's squad. In front, from left to right, are Amber Sorenson, Amanda Go- - ergen and Jenae Schneider. Back row, left to right, are Rikki Roscoe, Ally kl s a.re i" c rTo Toner and Bree Ninneman. Not pictured is Kelly Taffe. Approximately 18 girls are out for golf this year. The team is coached by Joe Berning. Town & Country 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT Crew Cab 2009 Ford Focus SE on all usual ve cles, " ........ WATERTOWN FORD CHRYSLER 1600 9th Ave. SE E. Hwy. 212 Watertown, SD 57201 605-886-5844 Toll Free 800-658-3671 Check Us Out You can't buy the wrong vehicle with our 3/'/130 B#ara#teel Look for us on Facebook Online at .watertowntorlch sler.cm MEMBERSHIPS Regular Adult Memberships ......................... $485.00 Discount*. ............................................................. $440.00 New Member Discount**. ........................ $395.00 Family Memberships (age 18 & under) ......... $980.00 Discount* .............................................................. $880.00 * Discount is offered if purchased by April 15, 2011 to Adult Memberships ONLY. ** Discount is offered to NEW ADULT Memberships (This offer is for adults who have not had a membership within the last five years at the Ortonville Golf Course.) Youth Memberships - Age 22-25 ........................................................... $340.00 Age 19-21 ............................................................. $180.00 Age 13-18 ............................................................. $110.00 Age 12 & Younger ......................................... $60.00 PRIVATE CART SHEDS User Fee (to use cart on the course) ............ $300.00 Electricity (if needed) ................................................. $50.00 Rental Fee for Private Shed ............................. $50.00 CITY CART RENTALS Annual Cart Rental (for cart) ............................... $525.00 Payor must be golf member. Annual Cart Rental (per person) ......... i ........... $375.00 Driver only. 9-HOLE PUNCH CARDS 10 Punches (maximum 1 card per year) ........... $135.00 5 Punches (maximum 2 cards per year) .............. $70.00 Not available for league play. Cost of card can be used to apply to membership. PLEASE PURCHASE YOUR MEMBERSHIPS A~ Ortonville City Office 315 Madison Ave. Ortonville, MN 56278 The Ortonville Ladies Golf Association is gearifig up for a wonderful golf'season, The aLGA organizational meeting is scheduled for , pril at 6:00 PM at the Ortonville Golf Course Clubhouse. (v -. This will be a dinner meeting and if you wish, you may / order off the menu. Meeting topics will include budget, team play, committees and further meeting dates, This meeting is for all returning golfers and we welcome any potential new members. Team play is set to begin May 25th and continue each Wednesday through August 10th. For further information, call Mary Weber at 320-839-3964! Page 6 ~INDEPENDENT Tuesday, April 5, 2011