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TEAM GIVE N' GO was one of five teams that participated in the 1st Annual Basketball Booster Alumni Tour- nament March 5-6. Team members are pictured above. In front from left to right are Chris Fellows, David Rausch and Derek Rieck. Back row left to right are Chris Lee, Tim Thompson, Dan I_arson, Blayn Ronglien, Josh Lee, Dustin Hanson and Chris Smith. POET receives safety award POET Biorefining - Big Stone was honored in a ceremony recently in Charlotte, NC with the CSX Chemical Safety Excellence Award for 2010. The CSX award is given to compa- nies who experience no non-accident releases of chemicals throughout the entire year. "POET-Big Stone is proud and hon-. ored to be receive the CSX,Chemica]: Safety Excellence Award,' Genera~ Manager Blaine Gomer said. "~hi~, award is a reflection of the Big S~n8 Commodity Team's excellence in~Zrail car loading and safety procedures~Y Do Your Part Help Up Big Stone lake 1 Finally being able to get outside to came around to score on a single by jans as they scored four runs in the bot- practice and play their first game was Scherer. tom half of the inning. With runners on just what the doctor ordered for the After holding the Warriors scoreless second and third and one out, the Tro- Trojan softball team. Opening up their in the fourth and fifth innings, the Tro- jans were able to record the final two season last Thursday in Wheaton, the jans increased their lead in the sixth, outs to get the win. Trojans needed extra innings but came Taylor Kuechenmeister walked with Trojan freshman Alexis Adelman away with a 13-9 win. one out. She then stole second, third picked up the win going eight innings The Warriors got on the board first and home to increase the Trojan lead to, with four strikeouts and four walks. scoring a run in the bottom of the first 5-3. Ortonville shortstop Theresa Hoff- inning. The Trojans were able to come The Warriors though would not give man had a big day at the plate with back with three runs in the top of the up. In the bottom of the sixth they ~ three hits including a double and triple second inning, pushed across two runs to tie the game and five runs batted in. Amber Scherer With one out, Emily Giese and Tay- at 5-5. Both teams were held scoreless and Shelby Strei each had three hits as lor Kuechenmeister had back to back in the seventh as the game went into well with each hitting a double. Brit- singles. Theresa Hoffman then ripped extra innings, tany Maas, Hanna Fredrichsen, Emily at triple to score both runners. Amber The Trojans then erupted for eight Giese, Taylor Kuechenmeister and Scherer then doubled to score Hoff- runs in the top of the eighth. With the Samantha Rushford each had one hit in man. bases loaded, senior Theresa Hoffman the game. Wheaton would then score two runs ripped a bases loaded double scoring The Trojans stole 12 bases in the in the bottom half of the inning to tie three runs. With two runners on, Brit- game led by Taylor Kuechenmeister the score at three, tany Maas laced a two run single to with six. The Trojans would retake the lead break the game open. Freshman Shelby The Trojans (1-0) were scheduled to in the top of fourth inning. Kuechen- Strei also had a two-run double in the host the KMS Fighting Saints on Mon- meister led off the inning with a walk. inning, day, April 18 and will then host the She then stole second and third and Wheaton did put a scare in the Tro- CGB Wolverines on Tuesday, April 19. Lady Trojan golfers open 2011 season with two meets Ortonville girls golf team opened was followed by Jenae Schneider with their season on Monday, April 11 in a 105, Amanda Goergen 107, Bree Marshall. Nine teams took part in the Ninneman 110, Amber Sorenson 114 meet. and Hope Hasslen with a 120. Montevideo won the meet with a "Without any outdoor practice we score of 390. They were followed by felt fine with the score knowing that Minneota with a 413, Lincon HI 418, the girls will do better as we get some Ortonville 425, Marshall 432, MAC- range work and practice time in as the CRAY 457, Dawson-Boyd 469 and season progresses," said Coach Roger Canby with a 472. Sandberg. For the Trojans Rikki Roscoe was The girls then traveled to Balmoral the low Trojan golfer with a 103. She Golf Course in Underwood for the Quad County Conference Meet. The Trojan girls won the three team, nine hole event with a score of 206. Under- wood was second at 290 and Rothsay third with a 302. Rikki Roscoe was medalist with a 48. Amber Sorenson was second with a 50, Jenae Schneider third with a 54, Amanda Goergen placed fourth with a 54, Bree Ninneman was fifth with a 59 and Hope Hasslen tied for sixth with a 60. The next meet for the Trojan girls will be their own Invitational on Tues- day, April 26 beginning at t l a.m. TEAM HILL MOTORS took second place in the Ortonville Basketball Booster Club's 1st Annual Alumni Tournament held March 5-6. Five teams took part in the tournament. Pictured above in front from left to right are Matt Fellows, Keven Berdan and Bryant Zahrbock. Back row left to right are Jake Berger, Kyle Arndt, Jesse Roscoe and Nathan Scherer. Zahrbock was the winner of the free throw and three point shooting contests. OHS HONOR ROLL Ortonville High School 2010-2011 3rd Quarter 7th Grade Superior Honor Roll Maatz, Jacob Radermacher, Justin Winther, Hunter A Honor Roll Drobny, Julie Essington, Nikki Hasslen, Hope B Honor Roll Berger, Rachel Anderson, Skyler Carlson, Brandon Fredrichsen, Hanna Cramer, Amy Giese, Brenna Dockter, Amy Giese, Kirsten Giese. Emily Hanson, Brooke Graf, Yannic Haukos, Annie Haugen, Jarett Henrich, Adam Henrich, Jacob Kottke, Noah Jensen, Taylor Larson, Amanda Jones, Taylor Meyer, Erin Kirchberg, Vanessa B Honor Roll Meyer, Taylor Kuechenmeister, Trent Adelman, Isaac Peterson, Rebecca Larson, Alec Bousquet, Jenna Pettyjohn, Lauren Mastel, Danielle Boyle, Kaitlyn Scholberg, Camille Mathes, Joseph Delage, Jennifer Schumacher, Kenneth Meyer, Jacob Erickson, Kirsten Streich, Mackenzie Meyer, Kaitlyn Eustice, Joseph Taffe, Kelly Nelson, Brandon Muenchow, Rachelle Teske, Joshua Rehn, Kaitlyn Mulder, Kelsey Treinen, Mary Roscoe, Rikki Nelsen, Gina Tollakson, Caleb Schafer, Spencer Scofield, Colt 10th Grade Streich, Austin Superior Honor Roll 12th Grade Streich, Ethan Eustice, Hannah A Honor Roll Ulrich, Abby Messmer, Morgan Hoffman, Theresa Ninneman, Breeahna -Thune, Jonah Roggenbuck, Jorden A Honor Roll 8th Grade Schneider, Jenae Adelman, Philip Superior Honor Roll Sorenson, Amber Berdan, Daniel Gustafson, Mackenzie Sorenson, Cassandra Conroy, Lauren Sitter, Daniel A Honor Roll Frevert, Darshell A Honor Roll Adelman, Carolyn Halvorson, Melissa Mathes, Hannah Baerwaldt, Megan Larson, Timothy Mulder, Garion Blake, Riley Maas, Shane Weber, Andrew Hasslen, Jade Oakes, Isaac Westlund, Travis Larson, Elijah Scherer, Amber B Honor Roll Radermacher, Michaela Sis, Alexander Arndt, Stephanie Sitter, Paul Walsh, Bridget Arndt, Tanner Westlund, Jeanette Westlund, Ashley Athey, Jackson B Honor Roll B Honor Roll Bousquet, Kahlen Burman, Andrea Adelman, Mallory Danielson, Drew Fryer, Kendra Burman, Emily Eastman, Keaton Goergen, Amanda Cuneo, Dimitiri Emde, Nicole Jacobson, Kimberly Gunnink, Nathan EppeA, Jerika Kampen, Erica Hartman, Luke Erickson, Emily Koch, Shannon Jorgenson, Brittany Gulley, Jamie Miller, Maria Kampen, Jessy Haas, Austin Swenson, Quincy Kellen, Joseph Hamann, Jacob Valek, Benjamin Knutson, Jackee Ortega, Edgardo Weber, Christopher Lee, David Lindahl, Shane 9th Grade Maas, Brittany Superior Honor Roll 11th Grade Messmer, Tate Adelman, Alexis Superior Honor Roll Nelson, Kelsey CIoos, Isaac Cao, Mai Papasso, Michael Eidem, Shawn Helgeson, Kara Pitlatzki, Damian Larson, Joseph Knutson, Isaac Plathe, Colin Rushford, Samantha Meyer, Courtney Radermacher, Taylor Sherod, Joshua A Honor Roll Rausch, Thomas Westlund, Kurt Koch, Dylan Schneider, Austin A Honor Roll Larson, Zachary Schumacher, Stephanie Berdan, Katelyn Meisohle, JacquelineSmith, Bonnie-Joy Hoffman, Andrea Roggenbuck, Dillan Taffe, Charles Kuechenmeister, Taylor Stolpman, Bonnie Valek, Jessica Weber, Abby B Honor Roll Barnhardt, Taylor ORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The Superior Honor Roll consists of those students who have earned at least an A- in each academic class. The "A" Honor Roll includes students who have a grade point average of 3.665 or above. In order to meet the requirements of the "B" Honor Roll, a student must have a grade point average of 2.665 to 3.664. A student who receives a "D", "F", or 'T' in any subject is not qualified for any of the honor rolls. rIVE STAR STAR i | All w/DVD's All Low ..... Miles!! 31 OOO #736 ' ~'~'I 1~"~ "'""'''~ ~~~~'~1'~' ~'''~ 2003 Ford F350 2006 IEEP Liberty Super Crew 4x4 deep Jeep Jeep .... Jeep Loather Page 2b INDEPENDENT Tuesday, April 19, 2011