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BIG STONE COUNTY PHEASANTS FOREVER CHAPTER #43 held another successful banquet on Saturday, March 26 at Sioux Historic Pavilion. Chap- ter members are pictured above. In front, from left to right are Travis Issendorf, Doug Adelman, Chapter President-Dave McMahon, Roger Hynnek, Habi- tat Chair-Greg Peterson and Matt Hippie. Back row left to right are Lynn Lovgren, Redgey Rademacher, Chapter Vice President-Don Sykora, Mark Muenchow, Chapter Treasurer-Lon Moen, Charles Nieson and Eric Lovgren. Trojan baseball team set to open 2011 season this week The Ortonville Trojan baseball team has been practicing for three weeks and were finally able to get outside last week to practice. A total of 24 players in grades 9-12 reported for practice and another 24 athletes will make up this year's junior high team. Trojan Head Coach Jon Fellows has a good group of athletes that will be competing for positions this year. They have a number of pitchers who will Bring Your Lawn .Back 1o Life Yard Clean-Up and De-Thatching Buy fertilizer from us, we will apply it N, Hwy 15o Milbank, SD 605-432-6313 ..... Take AdvBntage ROOK YOUR LANDSCAPING MEEB$ ROW! Call US at 605-432-6313 Lawn Fertilization & Weed Control o Lawn Mowing & Maintenance Aeration & Overseeding Brown Patch Prevention Lime Treatments Tree & Shrub Care 9dl 00ead to ) Dewey s Mon-Fd: Lawn Care & Landscavina sat: 8am-4pm Z ) challenge for innings, Seniors Dan Berdan, Chase Kuefler, Damian Pil- latzki, Taylor Radermacher, juniors Isaac Knutson and Brandon Nelson, along with Sophomores Tony Schake and Riley Blake are battling for innings on the mound. Knutson and senior Tim Larson will share catching duties with sophomore Colby Gimmestad backing them up. Making up the infield will be Berdan, Kuefler, Larson, Shane Maas, Pillatzki, Radermacher, Nelson, and sophomores Schake, Blake, Paul Sitter, and Nathan Nelson. Battling for spots in the Trojan out- field will be seniors Philip Adelman, Mike Papasso and Austin Schneider; Ortonville School menu 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. Wednesday, April 13: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Pancake/Sausage on a stick, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Chickenwich, K-3 Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Diced Peach Sauce. Thursday, April 14: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Cinnamon Roll, Applesauce, Milk. Lunch: Hot Dog on a Bun, 4-12 Curly Fries, K-3 Smiley Fries, Baked Beans, Diced Pear Sauce. Friday, April 15: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Whole Grain Toast, Egg Patty Melt, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch:4-12 Stuffed Crust Pizza, K- 3 Cheese Pizza, Garden Salad, Fresh Veggies, Mixed Fruit Sauce. Monday, April 18: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Br. Sausage Pizza, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk. Lunch: Corn Dog, Cheesy Rice, Mixed Veggies, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Tuesday, April 19: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Pancake/Sausage on a stick, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Turkey Gravy, Mashed Po- tatoes, Green Beans, Diced Peach Sauce, Whole Wheat Dinner Roll. junior Yannic Graf; and sophomores Quincy Swenson, Ben Valek and Jon Hoffman. Freshman out for baseball this year include Isaac Cloos, Wyatt Dewitt, Joe Larson, and Ken Schumacher. "Our Conference looks very com- petitive again this year with our section tough as always," said Fellows. The Trojans are scheduled to begin the season Tuesday, April 12 with Han- cock. This game has been changed and will be played in Ortonville. If they can't play on Tuesday the game would be played in Ortonville on Thursday, April 14 as both teams have an open date. Ortonville is then scheduled to travel to Evansville on Monday, April 18 for a game against the Brandon- Evansville Chargers. Both games will begin at 5 p.m. Jeff Warner's Ultim ate Strength PowerTeam Bowling will attempt a new wo.rid0000. record In brick breaklng00 Monday Nite-4/4/2011 Won Lost Precision Glass (won 2nd 1/3) 22 Wednesdav, April 2Oth 6:30 PM Graceville Ceminunity Building Warner brings his message of "tough times don't last but tough people do" to schools and communities around the nation. The Ultimate Strength Team will be  o o . providing an assembly earher m the x. day at CGB High School in Graceville. "Each of us is born with a destiny and created for a 9rent purpose" according to Warner, "! bring a stron9 message to students on The Power of Choiee, out 3::jf!:rz" ,_o , Check to learn more about the Jeff Warner and the Ultimate Strength Team. 10 Ortonviile Independent ........... ,1 11 Moose ......................................... 19 13 Mt Dew (won 1st 1/3) ............... 17 15 Larry's ..................................... 16 16 Pepsi ........................................... 12 20 Minnwest ................................... 12 20 Otrey Lake ................................ .9 23 HTSG: Precision Glass (won 2nd 1/3) - 886; HTSS: Precision Glass (won 2nd 1/3)- 2588; HTHG: Ortonville Inde- pendent- 1103; HTHS: Ortonville Inde- pendent 3207; HISG: Jon Homrighausen- 270; HISS: Jon Hom- righausen- 652; HTHG: Jon Hom- righausen-299; HTHS: Jon Homrighausen-739. THURSDAY SPARKLERS-4/07/11 Won Lost SMAC Enterprises ................... 20 16 Moose ......................................... 20 16 Wanna B's ................................ .20 16 Alley Cats ................................. 18 18 RJB Trucking ............................ 16 20 Bellingham Elevator ................. 14 22 HISG: Deb Sandberg - 197; HIHG: Deb Sandberg- 226; HISS: Deb Sandberg- 527; HIHS: Deb Sandberg-614; HTSG: SMAC Enterprises- 625; HTHG: Moose- 770; HTSS: SMAC Enterprises- 1855; HTHS: Bellingham Elevator- 2239. Trojan track teams open up season at Montevideo Meet The Ortonville boys and girls track teams competed in their first event of the season Thursday, April 7, compet- ing in a seven-team outdoor meet in Montevideo. Teams competing were Ortonville, Montevideo, Wabasso, Benson/KMS, MACCRAY/RCW, CMCS and Mar- shall. There were no team scores kept Thursday because not all of the events took place. There was no pole vault, discus, 4x 100 or 4x200 relays. In the boys division, senior Tate Messmer placed 2nd in the shot put and 7th in the 100 Meter Dash. Senior Tom Rausch also placed in the top eight, finishing 4th in the 400 Meter Dash. In the girls division, junior Kara Helgeson picked up where she left off last year by placing first in the shot put. Kara had a strong season last year in both the shot put and discus. Senior Mallory Adelman had a strong start to the season by placing 2nd in the 200 Meter Dash, 3rd in the 100 Meter Dash and 5th in the shot put. Freshman Brenna Giese also placed in the top eight in two events. She was 5th in the 200 Meter Dash and 8th in the 100 Meter Dash. The Trojans are scheduled to travel to Morris on Tuesday, April 12 for a meet and at Milbank, SD on Thursday, April 14. Men's Club Golf meeting Wednesday Ortonville Golf Men's Club will be having a meeting this Wednesday, April 13 at the Moose Lodge starting at 7 p.m. All Men's Club members are asked to attend to sign up for league play this year. If you have any questions contact Eric Torgerson at 1-320-760-1815. Jim and Deborah are two volunteers out of hundreds across Minnesota who measure the health of their nearby lake or stream. The MPCA provides training and equipment; you visit your lake or stream regularly throughout the summer months. This is an ideal opportunity for anyone concerned and curious about their local waters, especially retirees and shoreland residents. To see ifa nearby lake or stream needs your help, call 800-657-3864 (Greater MN) or 651-296-6300. @ Minnesota Pollution Control Aqency WINNER OF THE RUGER HAWKEYE PREDATOR 223 GUN was Caleb Haukos of Correll at the 27th Annual Wild Game at the Big Stone American Legion on March 5. Pictured above from left to right are Dan Scoblic of the Big Stone American Legion, Rick Barnhardt-RJB of Big Stone, Inc., Caleb Haukos Mark Ronglien-Ronglien and Sons Excavating, Inc., Dallas Hanson of Dallas I. Hanson Construction, Inc. and Jamie LaRoche of Twin Valley Tire of MUbank, SD. ROBIN ALLEN OF BIG STONE CITY, SD was the second place raffle winner of a Savage 17 HMR gun at the 27th Annual Wild Game Feed held March 5 at the Big Stone City American Legion. Pictured above, from left to right, are Dan Scoblic of the Big Stone American Legion, Rick Barnhardt-RJB of Big Stone, Inc., Robin Allen, Jamie LaRoche of Twin Valley Tire of Milbank, SD, Marl Ronglieia of Ronglien and Sons Excavating, Inc. and Dallas Han- son of Dallas I. Hanson Construction, Inc. of Ortonvflle. i WINNER OF THE REMINGTON 597 22 CALIBER GUN was Jeff Sorenson of Bellingham at the 27th Annual Wild Game Feed at the Big Stone American Legion on March 5. Pictured above from I-eft to right are Dan Scoblic- American Legion, Rick Barnhardt-RJB of B|g Stone, Inc., Mark Ronglien-Ronglien and Sons Excavating, Inc., Jeff Sorenson, Dallas Hanson-Dallas I. Hanson Construction, Inc., and Jamie LaRoche of Twin Valley Tire of Milbank, SD. Tuesday, April 12,2011 00INDEPENDENT Page 7