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TROJAN BATTER BRITTANY MAAS watches an outs!de pitch go by in a recent game for Ortonville. The soft- ball team split in their games last week, defeating Wheaton 8-6 and losing to CGB 5-1, The Trojans hosted Breckenridge on Monday, April 26 and will travel to Ashby on Friday. Lady Trojans defeat Wheaten, drop game to Wolverines The Trojan softball team pounded out nine hits and held off a scrappy Wheaten team in posting an 8-6 win on Tuesday, April 20 at Trojan Field. Ortonville started the scoring with five runs in the bottom of the first in- ning. Wheaton would come back and score two in the top of the second, one in the third and two in fourth to tie the game at 5-5. The Trojans scored two in the bottom of the fourth and added another in the sixth, while Wheaton was able to score only one more run as the Trojans picked up the win. Emily Giese, Amber Scherer and Chelsey Swenson all saw action on the mound with Giese picking up the win. Theresa Hoffman had two hits in- cluding a double, Brittany Maas and Amber Scherer also had two hits, while Mary Kate Treinen, Samantha Rush- ford and Shelby Strei each had one hit. On Friday, April 23 the Trojans trav- eled to Graceville for a game against the CGB Wolverines. After holding the Trojans scoreless in the top of the first inning, CGB scored four runs to take an early 4-0 lead. The Trojans came back to score one in the second as both teams played good ball the rest of the way. CGB would add one more in fourth and went Ortonville junior high golf teams second at home meet on to defeat the Trojans 5-1. Senior Chelsey Swenson went the distance pitching for the Trojans, al- lowing five runs, eight hits, three walks and three strikeouts. Theresa Hoffman led the Trojan hit- ters with two hits, with Amber Scherer, Mary Kate Treinen, Emily Giese and Chelsey Swenson each adding one. The Trojans, now 2-3 on the season, were scheduled to host Breckenridge on Monday, April, 26 and will travel to Ashby on Friday, April 30. Both games begin at 5 p.m. Bowling | I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ....... II II Rex open 2010 season with win over Chokio Coyotes The Ortonville Rex opened the 2010 season with an 11-6 win over the Chokio Coyotes. "It was a good start to a new season. Everyone got to play and although it was an exhibition game, we came away with a win," stated Rex Manager Ron Thomas. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Chokio, but because of a rain soaked diamond, the game was moved to the local field. The Rex got off to a good start, plat- ing three runs in the first inning and an- other three runs in the third. Chance Haugen started on the hill and threw four no-hit innings to make the score 6-0. Chokio plated three runs in their half of the fifth inning, but the Rex countered with two runs in the top of the sixth to make the score 8-3. Chokio added another three runs in the bottom of the eighth only to have the Rex add three runs of their own in the top of the ninth to make the final score 11-6. Chance Haugen gets a lot of credit for the quick start. He had an RBI in the first inning and scored a run in the third and had a great no-hit perform- ance on the mound to earn the win. Cory Stattelman threw the fifth and sixth innings giving up three unearned runs on two hits. Joe Fuller came on to hurl the seventh and eighth innings giv- ing up three runs, two of which were earned and Riley Sammon closed the game out in the ninth, giving up no runs on one hit. Leading hitters for the Rex were Chance Haugen with three hits, Tim Haugen and Andrew Treinen each with two hits and Riley Sammon and Chris Smith each with one. "It was typical first game," said Thomas. "Plenty of walks and too many errors, which led to a long game." The 2010 roster for the Rex in- cludes Curt Schake, Joe Fuller, Chance Haugen, John Thomas, Riley Sammon, Cory Stattelman, Jeff Watson, Chris Fellows, Zack Giese, Andrew Treinen, Chris Smith, Pete Ross, Tim Haugen, Matt Fellows, Tony Schake, Keven, Berdan, Isaac Knutson and Dan Berdan. This week, the Rex host Arlington on Saturday at 2 p.m. and travel to Clinton for a non-league game on Sun- day at 2 p.m. The Rex are currently selling season tickets. If you are interested call Ron Thomas at 320-839-3039. On Monday, April 19, the Or- tonville junior high golfers competed on their home course with schools from Chokio-Alberta/Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley (CACGB), Wheaten and Underwood Underwood won the event with a team score of 178. The Trojans were second at 190. For the Trojans, Adam Henrich shot a 41 for second, and Matt Hartman a 43 for third, Skyler Anderson posted a 49 and Kyle Rock- ensock had a 57 for the low four scores. The Trojan girls junior high team posted a 278 for second place behind Underwood's 271. Playing their first ever meet, Arianna Mack and Mariah Kuefler shot 64 and 67 respectively for fourth and fifth place, Shannon Stotes- bery had a 72 and Emily Torgerson a 75. On Friday, April 23, the Trojan jun- ior high boys team traveled to Graceville. The team placed third with a team score of 205, with Underwood winning the event with a team score of 195, CACGB was second at 199 and Wheaten fourth at 230. Individually for the Trojans, Matt Hartman shot a 48 for third place, Adam Henrich and Kyle Rockensock each shot a 50 and Skyler Anderson had a 57. I IIIIII I 4-DAY SCHOOL WEEK Your opinion matters! The Ortonville Board of Education is conducting an opinion survey, The survey and information about a 4-day school week are available on-line at: w w w. orton ville, k 12. mn. us Just select "4-Day Week Survey" from the Home Page, The last day to complete the survey is Friday, May 7th. Monday Nite - 4/19/2010 Won Lost Precision Glass ......................... .26 14 Mt Dew ..................................... .24 16 Ortonville Independent ........... .24 16 Otrey Lake ............................... .23 17 Larry's ...................................... .22 18 Pepsi ........................................... 18 22 Minnwest ................................... 13 27 Moose ......................................... 10 30 HTSG: Precision Glass - 958; HTSS: Precision Glass- 2759; HTHG: Precision Glass - 1200; HTHS: Precision Glass - 3485; HISG: Jon Homrighausen- 243; HISS: Jon Homrighausen - 632; HTHG: Jon Homrighausen-284; HTHS: Dan DNR CONSERVATION OFFICER CRAIG MISKA was patroling the waters during the border waters fishing opener last weekend. Miska !s shown above checking wi{h a young group of anglers who were trying their luck on Big Stone Lake last Saturday. Millerbernd-769. THURSDAY;;KLERS-4/22/10 -K,qr,q Hala00_qon shatters old Won l.m " --"- ...... ''''" VFW .......... , ................. , ........... .26.q 9.5 m ,, m SMACEnterprises ................. ?A.5 ,..,.,,,,, ,n Shot Put Moose....,................................22Bellingham.Elevatr'""'""'"".221414  IF II II V V II l' /F V[I ll II J & M Trucking ....................... .21 15 Alley Cats .. .......... ...... ................ 15 21 Wanna B's ................................. 13 23 HISG: Betty Zahnow - 244; HIHG: Betty Zahnow- 262; HISS: Betty Zah- now-609; HIHG: BettyZahnow-663; HTSG: SMAC Enterprises- 8.01; HTHG: Beilingham Elevator- 1994; HTSS: SMAC Enterprises-2344; HTHS: Bellingham Elevator-2878. I 2010-2011 Big Stone Lake Area VISITORS GUIDE Featuring Big Stone Lake, Ortonville Golf Course, Health Care and Much Morel 8,000 GUIDES PRINTED (Over 1,500 per year distributed through Chamber inquldesl) A COOPERA lIVE EFFORT BY: Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce The Ortonville Independent Tri-State Printing & Apparel To purchase an ad call Attic Arndt, 605-88@8892, ................ Ernaii copy to The Ortonville Independent- mail@ortonvilleindependent.com Sophomore Kara Helgeson broke the OHS school record in the shot put at the Morris Invitational Meet on Tuesday, April 20. Helgeson won the event with a throw of 38'9, breaking the old school record that was held by Sarah Hanratty in 1992 of 37'6. Lac qui Parle Valley won the girls division with 200 points. They were followed by Morris Area with 129, CACGB with 71, Hancock 54, Or- tonviUe 49 and Wheaten/Herman-Nor- cross with 39. Other Girls Results Shot Put-Mallory Adleman-6th. 1600 Meter Run-Mackenzie Gustafson-6th 3200 Meter Run-Annie Haukos- 3rd. High Jump-Mackenzie Streich-4th. Discus-Kara Helgeson- 1 st, Morgan Messmer-2nd and Kaity Meyer-6th. 4x 100 Relay-Kayla Hormann, Mor- gan Messmer, Kaity Meyer and Kara Helgeson-6th 4x200 Relay-Melissa Halvorson, Morgan Messmer, Brooke Hanson and Desiree Raffety-4th. In the boys division, Lac qui Parle Valley was the team champion with 201 points. They were followed by Morris Area with 192.50, CACGB 61.50, Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 49, OrtonviUe 45 and Hancock 3. Boys Results 800 Meter Run-Tom Rausch-5th. 1600 Meter Run-Caleb Tollakson- 3rd and Nick Athey-4th. Pole Vault-Tom Rausch-3rd, Jacob Henrich-4th and Caleb Tollakson-6th. Dfscus-Tate Messmer-4th. Shot Put-Tate Messmer-2nd. 4x100 Relay-Chris Halvorson, Noah Kottke, Alex Giossi and Jackson Athey-5th. 4x200 Relay-Tate Messmer, Eli Block, Jonah Thune and Riley Thomp- son-4th. 4x800 Relay-Kurt Westlund, Jake Hamann, Eldon Block and Joe Kellen- 4th. "It was a beautiful day, just perfect weather for the meet," said Coach Lynn Keller. "Kara breaking the school record in the shot put and our distance runners having personal bests- made for a very exciting day for our athletes." On Friday, April 23 the teams trav- eled to Lac qui Parle Valley. The weather was cool with temperatures in the 50's and very windy. Girls Results 100 Meter Dash-Brenna Giese-3rd (personal best of 13.69). High Jump-Mackenzie Streich-5th. Shot Put-Kara Helgeson-lst and Mallory Adelman-6th. 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