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ayl 6, 2002 to 6:00:PM 0 P E N:i00N G North America OWNERS: Artie Arndt Scott Arndt STAFF: Matt Hardy Jim Hartman Fishing .00eD orts ___ Terry Kalberg Chad Galland tc0m Chuck Ross Eric Brandriet America's |1 source for up to date fishingreports and lodging info Also meet...Walleye Central owners - John Hertsteiner and Sonia Pinkert v .......... 25.OO ........... ZZ.50 :::   : .... :. , ........... 34.OO Watches one sail in a recent Trojan hosting. The boys play host to Brandon-Evansville May ........... 31.2.4 one loss for Trojan i000000{00ball'team last week ........... 28.53 ........... 25.3 ........... m.lg their on a cool, 22.' ngles and. m the first In the third two hits and three errors, as more runs. for Ortonville ng, hit- took , an error, and Core two more r a 3-2 lead. m the sec- Guse and a the fourth inning, Guse walked again and Rieck doubled once more to score one run. Ortonville scored two in the fifth on a walk to Ryan Finke, and singles by Tony Weber and Tyler Scoblic. The sixth inning would start with a walk to 0 loss. Hancock began scoring two runs in the first, onejn the second, two in the fifth and two more in the sixth for their runs. Ortonville had six hits for the game, but struck out l l times for Rieck, a single to Nate Thompson, a )h afternoon. Riley Sammon had two walk to Joe Fuller, and a single b)v hits, Thompson, Fuller, Finke and Ryan Finke, for two more runs. Stattelman each had one for OHS. Nate Thompson went the distance, allowing four hits, walking two, and striking out ten. . Derek Rieck had three hits for Ortonviile, Tony Weber had two, Thompson, Finke, Kelly Statteiman and Scoblic had one hit apiece. Traveling to Hancock Friday after- noon, the Trojans came away with a 7- Fuller threw 4 2/3 innings, allow- ing nine hits, walking two, and strik- ing out seven. Thompson threw one third of an inning, striking out one. Sammon threw one inning and allowed one hit, walked one, and struck out one. golf team competes in , away meets last week Jenna Rademacher, Becky Hartman, Allison Nelsen, (elsey Watkins and Jessica Jacobsen, have been in home made and Sykora, meets as well as in Graceville, Battle Lake and Osakis recently. On April 15, Ortonville hosted a J.V. meet with four teams partici I .l- ing. Jessica Jacobsen placed second overall with a 56 and Allison Nelsen took fourth, turning in a 60. It was the J.V. and varsity playing _in Graceville the following day, along with three other teams. Jacobsen this time came in first with a 59, and Allison lqeisen had a 66 for fourth. Lindsey Neisen placed first over the not able to finish the round. The girls played at the Osakis course on the 23rd. Lindsey Nelsen once again was the leader of all golfers, shooting a 47 for first place, followed by Rademacher, Hartman, and Allison Nelsen who all turned in a 60 and Hoye shooting a 61. The girls took second place, With six teams playing. J.V. girls Jacobsen and Watkins shot a 61 and 69, respec- tively. Ortonville's girls host their invita- tional today, Tuesday April 30, begin- ning at I 1 a.m. Engaged ,Jimmy Mau rites Friday Mundwiler Funeral Home announces the death of Jimmy Mau, .17, of Milbank, the son of Gary and Cossette Mau of Milbank. Jimmy died April 28th following a vehicular accident near Milbank. Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 3rd at 10:30 a.m. in the St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Milbank. Rev. Denis Quinkert, Rev. Ray Otto and Rev. Shalom Kropfl will officiate and burial will be in the Milbank Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday at the St. Lawrence Catholic Church, beginning at 3 p.m.. There will be a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Visitation will continue Friday morning, one hour prior to the services. Jimmy Mau is survived by his parents, Gary and Cossette of Milbank; his grandparents: Darrel and LaVerna Mau of Ortonville, and great grandparents: Marlyn and Verna Rinkenberger of Chokio, many aunts uncles and cousins. The Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank is in charge of the arrangements. A complete obituary will appear next week. ? :" ! Custom Window L--..;.,--;.. ........ : Treatments 47947 150th StY, Milbank, SD 57252 (605) 432-9551 Call LeAnn today to set up your free consultation! i Ryan Stattelman and Adrienne Harrison announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. Adrienne is the daughter of Rachel Harrison of Madison. Ryan is the son of Richard and Ginny Stattelman of Clinton. Adrienne is a student at the University of Minnesota, Morris majoring in Human Services and Women's Studies. Ryan is employed at the Ortonville Independent. The couple will be married on Saturday, July 13 at Faith Lutheran Church in Madison. 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