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Trojan Boy's Golf team places first at CACGB Invite Thursday According to Coach Sandberg, Alex Dawald had his best round of the season to date, finishing with a 79 to take home eighth place in the 12 team meet. Other Trojan scorers for the day included Corey Tollefson, who shot an 87, Dan Schmeichei with 88, and Jordan Zehringer who finished with a 93. On Saturday, the Trojans traveled to Minnewaska and placed sixth in the ten team event. Minnewaska placed first with a score of 304. Detroit Lakes took second at 315, and Albany was third with a score of 319. The Trojans posted a score of 365. The low four scorers for the Trojans were Alex Dawald with an 84, The Ortonville boy's golf team traveled to Graceville Thursday for the CACGB Invite, where they won with a score of 178. Second place for the day went to Wheaton-Herman-Norcross, with a score 191, A-E 193, and FFHC with 210. Three Trojans were medal win- ners, as Jordan Zehringer shot a 42 to earn second place, Alex Dawald shot 43 for fourth and Matt Nelson placed sixth with a 46. Corey Tollefson and Aaron Zehringer both had 47's. Friday the Trojans participated in the Montevideo Invite, finishing ninth place with a team score of 347. Marshall won the event with a 314, Benson took second with 318, and Monte was third at 320. Jordan Zehringer, who shot a 92, Aaron Zehringer with a 94, and Matt Nelson at 95. The OHS junior high boy's golf team saw some action on Friday at Wheaton, where they placed second behind WCA. The boys shot a team score of 210 and were led by Mitchell Taffe and Justin Gruenwald, with scores of 45 and 46 respectively. The junior high boys will travel to Dawson today, and Graceville on Friday. The varsity boys hosted a 14 team invite with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. on Monday, and will travel to Sauk Centre on Thursday, Appleton Friday, and Benson on Saturday. Hunter education firearms safety training Odessa's Rod and Gun Club will host its annual Hunter's Education Course beginning Tuesday, May 6th, 7 p.m. at the Gun Club Building. Instructors request that a parent or guardian of the youth attend this regis- tration meeting. The course will run four more evenings and part of a Saturday. Any Youth (male or female) that will be 12 years old by Dec. 31, 2003 may attend. Any adults who need a certificate can be accommodated. For further information you may contact: Bill Mellon - 839-2349 Gary Pfleger - 839-3351 Craig Danielson - 596-2160 Dalen Roe - 839-2502 Bob Rothi - 273-2374 Alan Webster - 839-2412 Scott Roelke - 839-2661 Bruce Nelson - 839-2014 As Taken From! American Legion Calendar. Kate Carlson Eifealdt, Jason Schuelke Holland W. Unzen, Robbie Joe Comero, Larry Blomgren, Alan Feldt, Jan Lindsey Homan Borgerson, Jason Gregg Dunnihoo, Don Felton, Wacha, Justin David Oakes Anna Marie Schmieg, McCarthy, Dana Carol Dragt, Si Hansen, Lois McMahon, Emily Jade Carter Becky Block, Ramsey Roscoe Darren Wilke - 568-2442 FIRING A PITCH off during last week's home game against Chokio- Clark Mastel - 839-2863 Alberta is Trojan pitcher Cory Stattelman. OHS TROJAN GOLFER Dan Schmeichel is shown above chipping for the birdie during Thursday's golf meet. Trojan baseball ' team completes OHS boys/girls track teams two busy weeks, defeats Ashby first at Ortonville Invitation The OHS baseball team traveled to Last Monday, the Trojans hosted striking out two. Evansville on April 14, where they Chokio-Alberta, and lost by a score of On Thursday, the team traveled to played a double header, and lost both 17-2. Ashby and won in extra innings 7-6. On Tuesday the OHS Varsity Track Boys' results for the day include fifth in the 100 in close games. C-A scored six runs in the third Ashby scored one run in the third competed at home for the Ortonville the 4x800 relay team with first, the Megan Croatt In the first game, Brandon- inning, one run in the fourth inning, inning, one in the fourth, three in the Invitational,and girls placedWheresecondthe bothoverall.the boys 4x200relay atrelayfifth.at fourth,Michaelandstonethe 4x400took 400team meterwent homedaSh'wi Evansville put together a walk, and two in the fifth, and eight in the sev- sixth and one in the eighth. Six teams competed at the meet, home fourth in the 110 hurdles and Hillman also took three hits to score two runs in the sec- enth, totaling their 17 runs. Travis Ninneman hit a three run including Milbank, Wilmot, CACGB, fifth in high jump. Ryan Cloos took put, as well as fifth ond inning. Ortonville scored one run in the homer, and the Trojans plated two Wheaton, Hancock and Ortonville, first in discus, in the 100 meter Lisa Spors took The Trojans had eight hits for the third inning  atad o118 in the seveth. ,-tms, in the fourdrimaingto te si,ffcnd : According to ,Coach" Keller, the ! 'itt ia,d in with i game, but did not score. Brandon- Craig Mork had two hits for the a 5-1 lead.  day consisted of some ood conpti- ;tion, with the Ortonville teams contin- uing to improve. Many OHS team members achieved personal bests at the meet. Individual results for the girls include Sarah LaVoi, placing first in shot put, first in discus and fifth in the 100 meter dash. Lisa Spors took first in the 800 meter run and fifth in high jump. Megan Croatt took first Amanda Croatt second in the pole vault. Rebecca Hillman and Kelsey Dybdal placed in shot put, with sec- ond and fourth places, respectively. Molly Rausch took sixth in the 1600 meter run, and Erin Peterson placed fifth in the 3200 meter run. The relay teams, 4x800, 4x100, 4x400 all took second place, with the 4x200 relay team placing fourth in the competition. American legion Ashby tied the game in the bottom of the sixth, but Ortonville took the lead in the top of the eighth, s Ninneman reached base on an error, pinch-runner Bill Voecks stole sec- ond, and was driven home on Wojahn's double. Wojahn moved to third on Weber's bunt, and scored on Cory Stattelman's ground ball to sec- ond. Ashby scored a run in the eighth, and had bases loaded when the final out was made. Cory Stattelman, Kelly Stattelman, Riley Sammon, Derek Guse, Ben Zahrbock, Travis Ninneman, Landon Franzky, Jason Wojahn and Tony Weber each had one hit for the Trojans on Thursday. Cory Stattelman threw eight innings, allowing seven hits, walking one, and striking out seven. The boys will play again on Thursday, when they will travel to Wheaton to take on the Warriors. Archery Club holds essay winners Seventh and eighth graders from Big Stone City School recently com- peted in the American Legion Essay Contest. Student participants were asked to write 500 words on the topic "What America's Future Holds For Me". Seventh grade winners from Big Stone City, SD include Amy Laskowske, Lauren Smith and Micaela Rausch-first place, Molly Rausch and Jamie Brandt-second place. Eighth grade place winners include Caitlin Stock and Annie Rausch in first, Logan Jacobson in second, and Joseph Brandt in third place. Micaela Rausch also received sec- ond place honors at the district level. The Big Stone City School congratu- lates the seventh and eighth grade winners. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Summer Fun Shoot The Minnkota Archery Club will hold its Summer Fun Shoot every Tuesday at 7p.m. at the Ortonville Archery Range. The first meetings will be used for cleaning, and after cleaning is fin- ished, regular shooting will begin. Everyone is welcome to attend, and will not be required to be there every week. The Summer Fun Shoot is open to all ages, and children should be supervised by an adult. It will be open to both men and women. Anyone participating in the Summer Fun Shoot needs to bring his or her own bow and arrow. Men's golf will hold tournament Ross Randall placed fourth in dis- cus, Bryan Shelstad took home sixth in the event. Brian Vanorny placed sixth in the 100 meter dash and fourth in the 200 meter dash. Eric Collins took second in triple jump and first in pole vault, with Dylan McLain taking second in the pole vault, Kirby Athey at thrid, and Patrick Eustice with fourth. Athey also placed fourth in the 3200 meter run. Cody Ringsaker took sixth in the high jump for the day. Friday the team travelled to the Lac qui Parle track for the LQPV Meet. It was a seven-team competi- tion, including Canby, Minneota, New London-Spicer, Wabasso, CACGB, LQPV and Ortonville. The girl's 4x100 relay team took second place. Sarah LaVoi placed second in shot, second in discus and Jessica Ceaser, Karen Oakes, Anne I Scott Maas Holtquist, MondaY, Darlene Jr., Jayne Karn Swezey, Gregg Cloos, Athey, Darryn Hanson, S'hane Jeanne Richardson McMahon, Schellberg Lori Auchstetter Homan, Joni La Julliette Hip[ Fredrickson Folk, Kuefler, Emily Hasslen, Joseph high jump, with places. Place-winners for include Brian the 100 meter dash meter dash. Ryan in discus, fifth in the 100 meter dash. The boy's third. Eric jump and fourth in The 4x400 Stone sixth in high jumP, took home sixth in The junior Monday at Lac qut ! next May 6, True Team meet in / TAKING THE HANDOFF, Trojan runner Erin baton during a relay at last week's home meet. Lady Trojans halfway thro season, knock off two win The men's golf league will be hold- ing a tournament on Thursday, May 1 from 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Participants need a golfing handi- cap to enter the contest. The charge is six dollars per man. Monetary prizes will be given for first and second place on the front nine holes and first and secona place on the back nine. A two man low net is required to enter the competition. There will also be two drawings for door prizes held during the day. Any questions may be directed to Wes Strei, at 605-862-8660. Find a honey 0f a deal in the walks. The game against Dawson was the halfway .point of the season, and according to Mueller, "we needed to show what we were made of." Dawson's pitcher, Berglund started the game by striking out five Trojans in the first two innings. Not to be out- done, Amanda Arndt responded by striking out four batters in her two innings. According to Coach Mueller, Amanda settled in mixing speeds and let her infield players seal off the infield for the win. Infield players for the game were Heidi Franzky, "We are ph and running says Coach needs to Coach a home Junior Thursday Varsity's dination, Mueller his team on a ing. Evansville won the game 2-0. Riley Sammon and Ben Zahrbock each had two hits, Cory Stattelman, Kelly Stattelman, Derek Guse and Tony Weber each had one hit for the game. Riley Sammon also threw five innings, where he allowed five hits, walked two batters and struck out five B-E players. In the second game, B-E scored two runs in the second inning, and one run in the fourth inning for their three runs. Ortonville scored in the first inning, and again in the fifth inning, to bring the score to 3-2 (B-E), but could not close the game. The Trojans had nine hits for the game. Kelly Stattelman and Travis Ninneman each had two hits. Cory Stattelman, Riley Sammon, Derek Guse, Tony Weber and Dave Rausch each had one hit for the Trojans Cory Stattelman pitched six innings, allowing three runs on seven hits, walking one and striking out five. Trojans, Cory Stattelman, Landon Franzky and Jason Wojahn each had one hit for Ortonville. Riley Summon started and went three and one-third innings, allowing seven hits, walking six and striking out two. On Tuesday, the team traveled to Canby, and lost 6-2. Canby scored their six runs in the first three innings, and the Trojans could not catch up. Ortonville scored one run in the first inning, and their second run of the game in the fourth inning, on a home run by Kelly Stattelman. Ortonville had runners in the scoring position, but could not drive them in. Kelly Stattelman had three hits for the night, Cory Stattelman and Riley Sammon both had two hits, Ben Zahrbock, Landon Franzky, Tony Weber arid Craig Mork all had one hit each for the Trojans. Tony Weber started on the mound and was followed by Landon Franzky, who went four and one-third innings, allowing five hits, walking one, and ( Check out our web site at www.ortonviUeindependent.com .) Milbank Valley Archers League I Valley Archers 300 League April 11, 2003 Results Rona00ottmeyer Milbank Lumber 45 Scott Meyer Tyler Computer 299 48 Scott Dahle Subway 299 38 Arnie Veen O' L Mill Meats 298 47 Dwight Peschong Ron's Equipment Painting 298 36 LeRoy Capp Hardware Hank 297 39 Pam Amberg The Flower Shppe 297 27 Bob Zahnow Rogers Electric 296 32 Joe Sable Brewster Building Center 296 26 Mike Hartman Randy Doctor Const. 294 34 Jim Cloos Valley Liquor 287 18 Bill Welder Big Stone Plant OTP 285 22 Verlan Pierce Top Hat Lanes 283 19 Mark Keeton Chiropractic in Motion 282 17 Stacy Homan Booties Bar 280 21 Tim Ward UPI Petroleum 279 18 Kate Capp Zem's Apgliance 278 26 Mark Veen Larry's Refrigeration 272 16 Bryan Lambrechts Ace Hardware 271 16 Cheryl Meyer Berens Warehouse 269 18 Nadine Hartman Bills Super Valu 259 10 Sue Welder Last of the Fast Guns 257 11 Richard Boehnke Ronn McDaniel Optometry 251 9 Dave Cizadlo Twin Valley Tire 250 11 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Matt Grajckzy Subway Brandon Rufer Hardee's Jeffery Trapp 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 =" ...... ' Swenson, Amanda Erickson and Julia l[lll'l ' Nelson enabled pitcher Amanda Arndt to do her thing," says Mueller "- ........... -'" ............. "" Amanda pitched seven innings with three hits, two strike-outs and no The lady Trojan softball team com- pleted a successful week last week, defeating Wheaton 4-1 on Tuesday, and Thursday the girls revenged an early season loss to Dawson by defeating the Black Jacks 3-2. According to Coach Mueller, the game against Wheaton was played well defensively. "Outstanding catch- es in the outfield by Lindsey NDEPENDENT Page 6 Trojan Boy's Golf team places first at CACGB Invite Thursday According to Coach Sandberg, Alex Dawald had his best round of the season to date, finishing with a 79 to take home eighth place in the 12 team meet. Other Trojan scorers for the day included Corey Tollefson, who shot an 87, Dan Schmeichei with 88, and Jordan Zehringer who finished with a 93. On Saturday, the Trojans traveled to Minnewaska and placed sixth in the ten team event. Minnewaska placed first with a score of 304. Detroit Lakes took second at 315, and Albany was third with a score of 319. The Trojans posted a score of 365. The low four scorers for the Trojans were Alex Dawald with an 84, The Ortonville boy's golf team traveled to Graceville Thursday for the CACGB Invite, where they won with a score of 178. Second place for the day went to Wheaton-Herman-Norcross, with a score 191, A-E 193, and FFHC with 210. Three Trojans were medal win- ners, as Jordan Zehringer shot a 42 to earn second place, Alex Dawald shot 43 for fourth and Matt Nelson placed sixth with a 46. Corey Tollefson and Aaron Zehringer both had 47's. Friday the Trojans participated in the Montevideo Invite, finishing ninth place with a team score of 347. Marshall won the event with a 314, Benson took second with 318, and Monte was third at 320. Jordan Zehringer, who shot a 92, Aaron Zehringer with a 94, and Matt Nelson at 95. The OHS junior high boy's golf team saw some action on Friday at Wheaton, where they placed second behind WCA. The boys shot a team score of 210 and were led by Mitchell Taffe and Justin Gruenwald, with scores of 45 and 46 respectively. The junior high boys will travel to Dawson today, and Graceville on Friday. The varsity boys hosted a 14 team invite with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. on Monday, and will travel to Sauk Centre on Thursday, Appleton Friday, and Benson on Saturday. Hunter education firearms safety training Odessa's Rod and Gun Club will host its annual Hunter's Education Course beginning Tuesday, May 6th, 7 p.m. at the Gun Club Building. Instructors request that a parent or guardian of the youth attend this regis- tration meeting. The course will run four more evenings and part of a Saturday. Any Youth (male or female) that will be 12 years old by Dec. 31, 2003 may attend. Any adults who need a certificate can be accommodated. For further information you may contact: Bill Mellon - 839-2349 Gary Pfleger - 839-3351 Craig Danielson - 596-2160 Dalen Roe - 839-2502 Bob Rothi - 273-2374 Alan Webster - 839-2412 Scott Roelke - 839-2661 Bruce Nelson - 839-2014 As Taken From! American Legion Calendar. Kate Carlson Eifealdt, Jason Schuelke Holland W. Unzen, Robbie Joe Comero, Larry Blomgren, Alan Feldt, Jan Lindsey Homan Borgerson, Jason Gregg Dunnihoo, Don Felton, Wacha, Justin David Oakes Anna Marie Schmieg, McCarthy, Dana Carol Dragt, Si Hansen, Lois McMahon, Emily Jade Carter Becky Block, Ramsey Roscoe Darren Wilke - 568-2442 FIRING A PITCH off during last week's home game against Chokio- Clark Mastel - 839-2863 Alberta is Trojan pitcher Cory Stattelman. OHS TROJAN GOLFER Dan Schmeichel is shown above chipping for the birdie during Thursday's golf meet. Trojan baseball ' team completes OHS boys/girls track teams two busy weeks, defeats Ashby first at Ortonville Invitation The OHS baseball team traveled to Last Monday, the Trojans hosted striking out two. Evansville on April 14, where they Chokio-Alberta, and lost by a score of On Thursday, the team traveled to played a double header, and lost both 17-2. Ashby and won in extra innings 7-6. On Tuesday the OHS Varsity Track Boys' results for the day include fifth in the 100 in close games. C-A scored six runs in the third Ashby scored one run in the third competed at home for the Ortonville the 4x800 relay team with first, the Megan Croatt In the first game, Brandon- inning, one run in the fourth inning, inning, one in the fourth, three in the Invitational,and girls placedWheresecondthe bothoverall.the boys 4x200relay atrelayfifth.at fourth,Michaelandstonethe 4x400took 400team meterwent homedaSh'wi Evansville put together a walk, and two in the fifth, and eight in the sev- sixth and one in the eighth. Six teams competed at the meet, home fourth in the 110 hurdles and Hillman also took three hits to score two runs in the sec- enth, totaling their 17 runs. Travis Ninneman hit a three run including Milbank, Wilmot, CACGB, fifth in high jump. Ryan Cloos took put, as well as fifth ond inning. Ortonville scored one run in the homer, and the Trojans plated two Wheaton, Hancock and Ortonville, first in discus, in the 100 meter Lisa Spors took The Trojans had eight hits for the third inning  atad o118 in the seveth. ,-tms, in the fourdrimaingto te si,ffcnd : According to ,Coach" Keller, the ! 'itt ia,d in with i game, but did not score. Brandon- Craig Mork had two hits for the a 5-1 lead.  day consisted of some ood conpti- ;tion, with the Ortonville teams contin- uing to improve. Many OHS team members achieved personal bests at the meet. Individual results for the girls include Sarah LaVoi, placing first in shot put, first in discus and fifth in the 100 meter dash. Lisa Spors took first in the 800 meter run and fifth in high jump. Megan Croatt took first Amanda Croatt second in the pole vault. Rebecca Hillman and Kelsey Dybdal placed in shot put, with sec- ond and fourth places, respectively. Molly Rausch took sixth in the 1600 meter run, and Erin Peterson placed fifth in the 3200 meter run. The relay teams, 4x800, 4x100, 4x400 all took second place, with the 4x200 relay team placing fourth in the competition. American legion Ashby tied the game in the bottom of the sixth, but Ortonville took the lead in the top of the eighth, s Ninneman reached base on an error, pinch-runner Bill Voecks stole sec- ond, and was driven home on Wojahn's double. Wojahn moved to third on Weber's bunt, and scored on Cory Stattelman's ground ball to sec- ond. Ashby scored a run in the eighth, and had bases loaded when the final out was made. Cory Stattelman, Kelly Stattelman, Riley Sammon, Derek Guse, Ben Zahrbock, Travis Ninneman, Landon Franzky, Jason Wojahn and Tony Weber each had one hit for the Trojans on Thursday. Cory Stattelman threw eight innings, allowing seven hits, walking one, and striking out seven. The boys will play again on Thursday, when they will travel to Wheaton to take on the Warriors. Archery Club holds essay winners Seventh and eighth graders from Big Stone City School recently com- peted in the American Legion Essay Contest. Student participants were asked to write 500 words on the topic "What America's Future Holds For Me". Seventh grade winners from Big Stone City, SD include Amy Laskowske, Lauren Smith and Micaela Rausch-first place, Molly Rausch and Jamie Brandt-second place. Eighth grade place winners include Caitlin Stock and Annie Rausch in first, Logan Jacobson in second, and Joseph Brandt in third place. Micaela Rausch also received sec- ond place honors at the district level. The Big Stone City School congratu- lates the seventh and eighth grade winners. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Summer Fun Shoot The Minnkota Archery Club will hold its Summer Fun Shoot every Tuesday at 7p.m. at the Ortonville Archery Range. The first meetings will be used for cleaning, and after cleaning is fin- ished, regular shooting will begin. Everyone is welcome to attend, and will not be required to be there every week. The Summer Fun Shoot is open to all ages, and children should be supervised by an adult. It will be open to both men and women. Anyone participating in the Summer Fun Shoot needs to bring his or her own bow and arrow. Men's golf will hold tournament Ross Randall placed fourth in dis- cus, Bryan Shelstad took home sixth in the event. Brian Vanorny placed sixth in the 100 meter dash and fourth in the 200 meter dash. Eric Collins took second in triple jump and first in pole vault, with Dylan McLain taking second in the pole vault, Kirby Athey at thrid, and Patrick Eustice with fourth. Athey also placed fourth in the 3200 meter run. Cody Ringsaker took sixth in the high jump for the day. Friday the team travelled to the Lac qui Parle track for the LQPV Meet. It was a seven-team competi- tion, including Canby, Minneota, New London-Spicer, Wabasso, CACGB, LQPV and Ortonville. The girl's 4x100 relay team took second place. Sarah LaVoi placed second in shot, second in discus and Jessica Ceaser, Karen Oakes, Anne I Scott Maas Holtquist, MondaY, Darlene Jr., Jayne Karn Swezey, Gregg Cloos, Athey, Darryn Hanson, S'hane Jeanne Richardson McMahon, Schellberg Lori Auchstetter Homan, Joni La Julliette Hip[ Fredrickson Folk, Kuefler, Emily Hasslen, Joseph high jump, with places. Place-winners for include Brian the 100 meter dash meter dash. Ryan in discus, fifth in the 100 meter dash. The boy's third. Eric jump and fourth in The 4x400 Stone sixth in high jumP, took home sixth in The junior Monday at Lac qut ! next May 6, True Team meet in / TAKING THE HANDOFF, Trojan runner Erin baton during a relay at last week's home meet. Lady Trojans halfway thro season, knock off two win The men's golf league will be hold- ing a tournament on Thursday, May 1 from 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Participants need a golfing handi- cap to enter the contest. The charge is six dollars per man. Monetary prizes will be given for first and second place on the front nine holes and first and secona place on the back nine. A two man low net is required to enter the competition. There will also be two drawings for door prizes held during the day. Any questions may be directed to Wes Strei, at 605-862-8660. Find a honey 0f a deal in the walks. The game against Dawson was the halfway .point of the season, and according to Mueller, "we needed to show what we were made of." Dawson's pitcher, Berglund started the game by striking out five Trojans in the first two innings. Not to be out- done, Amanda Arndt responded by striking out four batters in her two innings. According to Coach Mueller, Amanda settled in mixing speeds and let her infield players seal off the infield for the win. Infield players for the game were Heidi Franzky, "We are ph and running says Coach needs to Coach a home Junior Thursday Varsity's dination, Mueller his team on a ing. Evansville won the game 2-0. Riley Sammon and Ben Zahrbock each had two hits, Cory Stattelman, Kelly Stattelman, Derek Guse and Tony Weber each had one hit for the game. Riley Sammon also threw five innings, where he allowed five hits, walked two batters and struck out five B-E players. In the second game, B-E scored two runs in the second inning, and one run in the fourth inning for their three runs. Ortonville scored in the first inning, and again in the fifth inning, to bring the score to 3-2 (B-E), but could not close the game. The Trojans had nine hits for the game. Kelly Stattelman and Travis Ninneman each had two hits. Cory Stattelman, Riley Sammon, Derek Guse, Tony Weber and Dave Rausch each had one hit for the Trojans Cory Stattelman pitched six innings, allowing three runs on seven hits, walking one and striking out five. Trojans, Cory Stattelman, Landon Franzky and Jason Wojahn each had one hit for Ortonville. Riley Summon started and went three and one-third innings, allowing seven hits, walking six and striking out two. On Tuesday, the team traveled to Canby, and lost 6-2. Canby scored their six runs in the first three innings, and the Trojans could not catch up. Ortonville scored one run in the first inning, and their second run of the game in the fourth inning, on a home run by Kelly Stattelman. Ortonville had runners in the scoring position, but could not drive them in. Kelly Stattelman had three hits for the night, Cory Stattelman and Riley Sammon both had two hits, Ben Zahrbock, Landon Franzky, Tony Weber arid Craig Mork all had one hit each for the Trojans. Tony Weber started on the mound and was followed by Landon Franzky, who went four and one-third innings, allowing five hits, walking one, and ( Check out our web site at www.ortonviUeindependent.com .) Milbank Valley Archers League I Valley Archers 300 League April 11, 2003 Results Rona00ottmeyer Milbank Lumber 45 Scott Meyer Tyler Computer 299 48 Scott Dahle Subway 299 38 Arnie Veen O' L Mill Meats 298 47 Dwight Peschong Ron's Equipment Painting 298 36 LeRoy Capp Hardware Hank 297 39 Pam Amberg The Flower Shppe 297 27 Bob Zahnow Rogers Electric 296 32 Joe Sable Brewster Building Center 296 26 Mike Hartman Randy Doctor Const. 294 34 Jim Cloos Valley Liquor 287 18 Bill Welder Big Stone Plant OTP 285 22 Verlan Pierce Top Hat Lanes 283 19 Mark Keeton Chiropractic in Motion 282 17 Stacy Homan Booties Bar 280 21 Tim Ward UPI Petroleum 279 18 Kate Capp Zem's Apgliance 278 26 Mark Veen Larry's Refrigeration 272 16 Bryan Lambrechts Ace Hardware 271 16 Cheryl Meyer Berens Warehouse 269 18 Nadine Hartman Bills Super Valu 259 10 Sue Welder Last of the Fast Guns 257 11 Richard Boehnke Ronn McDaniel Optometry 251 9 Dave Cizadlo Twin Valley Tire 250 11 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Matt Grajckzy Subway Brandon Rufer Hardee's Jeffery Trapp 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 =" ...... ' Swenson, Amanda Erickson and Julia l[lll'l ' Nelson enabled pitcher Amanda Arndt to do her thing," says Mueller "- ........... -'" ............. "" Amanda pitched seven innings with three hits, two strike-outs and no The lady Trojan softball team com- pleted a successful week last week, defeating Wheaton 4-1 on Tuesday, and Thursday the girls revenged an early season loss to Dawson by defeating the Black Jacks 3-2. According to Coach Mueller, the game against Wheaton was played well defensively. "Outstanding catch- es in the outfield by Lindsey NDEPENDENT Page 6