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HURDLERS BLAYN RONGLIEN (LEFT) AND MIKE STONE compete in the recent invitational at Ortonville's track. Stone was misidentified as Alex Johnson last week. Sodak nonresident licenses South Dakota's nonresident water- fowl licenses, along with a new non- resident waterfowl unit covering nine counties in northeast South Dakota, have been set for 2002. A new Unit Y will offer 500, 3-day nonresident waterfowl licenses valid throughout the counties of Brown, Marshall, Roberts, Day, Grant, Clark, Codington, Deuel and Hamlin. "These are not additional licens- es," said Assistant Wildlife Director Milbank Valley Archers League Valley Archers 300 League April 12, 2002 Results Ronn McDaniel Ortonvill een 300 Ron Flottmeyer Grant County Equipment 300 Scott Dahle Larry's Refrigeration 299 Scott Meyer Midtown Liquor 299 LeRoy Capp Hardware Hank 298 Gordon LeClair The Flower Shop 297 Joe Sable Tyler Computer 297 Bob Zahnow Valley Liquor 296 Denny Amberg Hanson Tomess Furniture 293 Bill Boerger O'1 Mill Meats 291 Arnie Veen Hardee's 291 Jim Cloos Last of the Fast Guns 290 Dwight Peschong Ron MeDaniel Optometry 287 Kate Capp Ron's Equipment Painting 280 Pam Amberg Milbank Mall 276 Bryan Lambrechts Big Stone Plant OTP 272 Sue Welder Twin Valley Tire 271 Verlan Pierce " Rogers Electric 264 Bill Welder Milbank Lumber 260 Cheryl Meyer Randy Doctor Const. 258 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Mike Sass Hardees Brian Trapp Mill Theatre Alec Schumacher Thunder Alley The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 X's 59 55 44 43 34 34 33 40 30 29 23 34 27 16 14 10 20 20 13 7 '98 Chew Silverado Ext. Cab 4x4 - $14,200 Leather - Loaded - CD - 85,000 Miles '98 Chew Silverado Z71 Ext. Cab 4x4 - $15,400 62,000 Miles PRO AUTO Kevin Backslxand Owtonvgle, MN I George Vandei." Instead, 500 licenses were taken from Unit 100X (Missouri River), which has had many leftovers since its inception three years ago. Unit 100X will now offer 1500 licens- es instead of the usual 2000." Licenses from Unit 100Y will be valid on both private and public lands. Licenses in Unit 100X will still be valid only on private lands, excluding those leased by Game, Fish and Parks for public hunting. If any of the Unit 100Y licenses remain unsold on Nov. 15, they will convert back to Unit 100X licenses. Once convened, they will have the same use restrictions as the regular Unit 100X permits. Another change reduced tag num- bers from 50 to 25 available licenses in Unit 100D in Bennett County. The adjustment was made to more accu- rately meet the demand for these non- resident waterfowl licenses. Nonresident waterfowl license units, numbers and provisions include: Unit 100A - 200 special licenses valid for entire season. Unit 100B - 3,775 special licenses valid for 10 consecutive days Unit 100C - 2,000 early fall Canada goose licenses valid for entire early season. Unit 100D - 25, 10 consecutive- day special licenses that include two Canada goose tags, valid Oct. 26 to Dec. 22. Unit 100X- 1500 fall three consec- utive-day licgnses valid only on pri- vate land in the counties of Potter, Sully, Stanley, Hughes and Lyman. Unit 100Y - 500, 3-day licenses in Brown, Marshall, Roberts, Day, Grant, Clark, Codington, Deuel and Hamlin counties. Unit 100S - 10,000 spring snow goose licenses valid for entire conser- vation order. Nonresidents may purchase no more than one waterfowl license prior to Nov. 1, but may purchase a second license during the period Nov. 1-30 if licenses remain unsold. Any licenses still remaining unsold after Nov. 30 may then be purchased on an unlimit- ed basis. Nonresidents may apply for both an early fall Canada goose license and one of the regular fall licenses. Sign-up Weds. for summer rec. ball teams This Wednesday, April 24, there will be a sign-up for summer recre- ation ball teams from 3-7 p.m. in the Ortonville High'School commons area. These include t-ball and baseball for boys and girls, from Kindergarten through eighth grade. Volunteer coaches are needed and urged to come sign up also. (adv.) School lunch Tuesday, Apr. 23 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Eng. Muffin, P. Butter/Jelly, Apple Sauce, Milk LUnch: Pasta w/Meat Sauce, rlic Breadsticks, Garden Salad, ced Peach Sauce, OPTIONAL CHOICES 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Wednesday, Apr. 24 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR French Toast Sticks/Syrup, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: BBQ's, Pickles, Batter Bite Fries, Diced Pear Sauce, Brownie, OPTIONAL CHOICES 4- 12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Thursday, Apr. 25 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Roll, Orange Smiles, Milk Lunch: Macaroni and Cheese, Mini Corn Dogs, California Veggies, Fresh Red Grapes, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Friday, Apr. 26 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Peach Sauce, Milk Lunch: Nachos Supreme, Lettuce, Cheese, Corn, Applesauce, 4-12 Raised Donuts, K-3 Donut Holes Monday, Apr. 29 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Raised Donut, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans or Cheesy Broccoli, 4-12 Apple or Blueberry Pie, K-3 Bread Slice, Fresh Red Grapes Tuesday, Apr. 30 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Breakfast Pizza, Apple Wedges, Milk Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Pickles, Cheese, Lettuce, Sliced Tomatoes, Tator Tots, Juice Choices THE WINDUP... Joe Fuller delivers the ball as team hosted Chokio-Alberta last Thursday'. allowing nine hits, walking one and striking Baseball team takes wi from H illcrest, Dawson- On Tuesday, the Trojans traveled to Dawson to come away with a 9-6 vic- tory over the Blackjacks. Dawson scored one in the first, two in the second, one more in the third, and their final two in the fourth for a total of six. Ortonville started out with three runs in the first on singles by Thompson and Derek Rieck, and a walk to Joe Fuller, as well as another single by Ryan Finke. OHS scored one in the third when Fuller doubled and Stattelman singled. Finke hit a sacrifice fly. In the fourth, Tler Scoblic walked and was a'Cl,,aned tff third and scored on a passed ball. Derek Rieck doubled to start the fifth inning, advanced to third on a ground ball and scored on a wild pitch. The sixth inning began with a walk to Joe Fuller, a single by Rieck, a double by Stattelman and an error by Dawson-Boyd, as Ortonville scored three runs in that inning. The game was shortened due to lightning in the area. Ortonville's high school baseball team began the week with two wins, first over Hillcrest on April 15. HLA scored two in the third inning on a hit, a walk, a fielder's choice and another single. The opponents also scored their other run in the seventh on two walks, an error, and a single. As for the Trojans, they began the game with a run in the first when Nate Thompson walked, stole second and scored on Joe Fuller's single. In the third inning Fuller doubled, and advanced to third as Kelly Statte!man reached on an error, then both runners scored on an HLA error. Ortonville took advantage of four walks, and an error to score five runs in the fourth inning. In the fifth, Thompson tripled and scored on Fuller's sacrifice fly. Thompson threw seven innings, allowing nine hits, walking three and striking out eight. Fuller had two hits, and Thompson, Brett Huizenga, Tony Weber and Brian Shelstad had one each for Ortonville. Tony Weber allowing three striking out two. the win, ing two hits, out five. Rieck had and Stattelman Fuller and Finke OHS. their first loss COO1, CA's two hits them, to score inning. They the fourth, Ortonville error. OHS would ing position in tl innings, but did Shelstad Thompson Fuller allowing nine striking out nine. Trojan girls drop two ga travel to Wheaton this Beginning their week with a Tuesday matchup, softball players from Ortonville High School took on Chokio-Alberta, losing 1-0. Pitcher Megan Strei racked up three strike outs with no walks, and gave up five hits and one earned run to the Spartans. Ortonville amassed two hits in the game, both coming from lnielle Scoblic. Scoblic had a triple and a single in the game. Two days later, on a windy and cold Thursday afternoon, the Trojan girls played host to Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley's Wolverines, taking the" loss 9-4. Amanda Arndt handled the pitch- ing duties for the Trojans, striking out ten batters, and walking three. Alyssa Adelman scored two runs for the Ortonville team, going one for three at the plate. Scoblic scored one run, going one for three hitting, and Kelly Larson went two for three, with one run scored. Next up for the girls is a trip to Wheaton tonight, Tuesday April 23, for a 5 p.m. game. w Check out our web site at " ww.ortonvilleindipendent.com J mo00e information AMANDA ARNDT sends in the pitch Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley's Wolverines. CA on Tuesday, also took the loss from the The team heads to Wheaton tonight, Tuesday April test. ..... Ro.t00mn.i00 CDL Certification Light Truck Maintenance 80% of Classes Behind the Wheel ADA Page 8 ; INDEPENDENT TuesdaY'