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MAKING A PUTT at the Ortonville Invitational on Wednesday, May 4 is junior Rikki Roscoe who placed second for the Trojans. Ortonville won the meet with a team score of 403. Montevideo was second with 416. Roscoe shot a 96 on a very windy, cool day on the course. [ OHS seniors on paraae BRITTANY JORGENSON is the daughter of Harlen and Cindy Jorgenson. She has been active in Key Club, choir (7-11th grade), softball (7-11th rade) and Trinity Lutheran hurch Youth group. Brittany received an Excellent at solo contest for choir in 10th and 11th grade. While in school she has been employed at Northridge Residence as a CNA and Dietary Aide. Following graduation Brittany plans on attending Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown, SD to major in nursing. SHANE LINDAHL is the son of Arlo and Karla LIndahl. He has been active in basketball, golf and cross country. Shane was named All-Conference in basketball, was Senior Homecoming attendant and has been on the Honor Roll. While in school he has been employed at Hartman's Super Valu and the Ortonville Municipal Swimming Pool. Following graduation he plans on attending Ridgewater College with his major unde- cided. BONNIE JOY SMITH is the daughter of Linda Smith and Ray Smith. She has been active in basketball, band, pep band, Yearbook Staff and base- ball statistician. While in school she has been on the B Honor Roll, was named Top Rebounder in basketball her junior year and was a senior Queen Candidate for Homecoming. Bonnie Joy has been employed at Northridge Residence. Following gradua- tion she plans on attending Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato to major in History. ERIK KALBERG is the son CHRISTINE WlLDING is the of Terry and the late Mavon daughter of Eric and Lois Kalberg. He has been active in Banken. She has been Knowledge Bowl while at OHS. employed at the Pizza Ranch Erik had been on the Honor and as a Lifeguard at the Roll and is employed at Radio Ortonville Municipal Shack. FollowinQ graduation Swimming Pool. Following he plans on working for a year graduation Christine plans on and then attending North attending St. Cloud technical Dakota State University in and Community College but is Fargo, ND to major in undecided on a major. Psychology. firsts, at Henning Tuesday Lady Trojan golfers take two On Wednesday, May4OrtonviJ]e "The weatherwasn'tthebestfor hosted their Invitational. Teams partic- golf with wind and cool temperatures," ipating included Ortonville, Montev- said Coach Joe Berning. "But all in all we did alright." eled to Elbow Lake for a conference meet. Five school participated with three having enough for a full team. Ortonville won the meet with a 370, followed by Underwood with a 442. Rikki Roscoe was medalist with a score of 83, Jenae Schneider was sec- ond with a 94, Amber Sorenson was fourth with a 96, Brae Ninneman was fifth with a 97, Amanda Goergen was sixth with a 99 and Hope Hasslen was seventh with a 103. ideo, Dawson-Boyd, Morris and Wheaton. The Ortonville girls won the meet with a score of 403. Montevideo came in second with a 416. Rikki Roscoe finished second with a 96,Amber Sorenson was third with a 97, Hope Hasslen was seventh with a 104 and Jenae Schnieder was eighth with a 106. Rounding out the Trojan scoring was Amanda Goergen with a 113 and Bree Ninneman with a 117. 2006 . C)"Retractable" 00l00ll||llg$ Convertibles! "fop & Sedans LX- Touring & sAvE SSS MPG The Ortonville girls golf team took part in three meets last week which in- cluded making up their own Invita- tional which was rained out the week before. On Tuesday, May 3 the team trav- Town & Country Seriesll '07-'08 Umiteds & Sports IT'S AL WIJ Y$1EP SEASON '00lltt Limiteds '07 w/ 28,000 Grand MPG  Find uson Facebook Last Saturday the Lady Trojans were invited to the Poet Invite in Mil- bank, SD. Teams participating were Sisseton, SD Milbank, Dell Rapids, SD Hamlin, SD, Sioux Valley, Deuel, Ab- erdeen Roncalli and Ortonville. Dell Rapids won the team event with a 381 and Ortonville and Milbank tied for second with scores of 384. Brae Ninneman was low for the team with a 92, good for a fifth place medal for individual. Rikki Roscoe shot a 93 for a sixth place medal. Other Trojan scores were Jeane Schneider with a 98, Amber Sorenson with a 101 and Amanda Goergen with a 112. "The girls played well for never .playing the course before," said Bern- lng. The girls will next travel to Henning on the Thumper Pond Course for a meet on Tuesday, May 10 starting at 3 p.m. Landscaping & Lawn Service * Thatching * Trimming * Bagging * Mowing *Hedge Trimming *Gard6n Tilling Ortonville hosts Junior High Track Meet last Monday Ortonville was the site of a junior high track meet on Monday, May 2. The Ortonville athletes had a very good day as the weather was sunny, but windy. Seventh Grade Girls Results: Kirsten Erickson-3rd in 1600 Run and 3rd in 800 Run. Eighth and Ninth Grade Girls: Mackenzie Streich- 1 st 55 Hurdles; Brooke Hanson-4th 1600 Run and 3rd Discus. Mackenzie Gustafson-6th 800 Run. Camille Scholberg- 1 st Shot Put and 1 st Discus. 4 x 200 Relay-(Annie Haukos, Stephanie Arndt, Mackenzie Gustafson and Brooke Hanson)-1 st. Eighth and Ninth Grade Boys: Riley Thompson- 1 st 100 Dash and 2nd High Jump; 2nd Hurdles and 4th 1st 200 Dash. Shot Put. Kurt Westlund-4th 100 Dash; 2nd Brenna Giese-lst 100 Dash; 2nd 400 Dash and 4th 800 Run. 200 Dash; and 1st 400 Dash. Noah Kottke-5th 100 Dash; 5th 400 Hannah Mathes-2nd 100 Dash; Dash and 4th 200 Dash. 2nd 200 Dash; 4th High Jump; and Chris Halvorson-6th 800 Run. 3rd Long Jump. Dylan Arndt-5th Shot Put. Annie Haukos-2nd 1600 Run and Jake Hamann-5th 200 Dash. 1st 800 Run. Junior varsity golfers take part in two meets last week Ortonville's junior varsity boys and Jon Taffe all had 42's for fourth, golf team competed at Wheaton on fifth, and sixth place. Austin Schoon Monday, May 2 finishing in first place finished one stroke out with a 43. with a team score of 164. On Friday, May 6 the junior varsity Using the red tees due to wet con- traveled to Dawson-Boyd and finished ditions the Trojans took advantage, third with a team score of 214. Monte- winning the event by 27 strokes over video won the meet with a 188, Daw- Underwood. Other teams participat- son-Boyd was second with a 194 and ing included West Central Area, CGB, Wheaton/Herman-Norcross and Ashby. Five Trojans placed individually. Ryan Hanson posted a 39 for first, Kyle Rockensock had a 41 for sec- ond, Adam Henrich, Scott Erickson Yellow Medicine East was fourth with a 223. Individually for the Trojans Jacob Gere shot a 50, Scott Erickson had a 53, Adam Henrich fired a 55 and Skyler Anderson shot a 56. Tile CLASSIFIED00 hank 00ou! %hank you to area lusinesses and individuals ]:or their generous donations to the Post prom party. /7 special thanks to the OHS custodial stcff for their support and extra efforts in assisting with our tailgate suppers and the post pro par'c. Thanks to all the parents who volunteered at the party and throughout the ear. %hnks to the kids who attenled the part, lll of ou adte this a fun and safe night. %le Ortonville Post prom Committee Tuesday, May 10,2011 INDEPENDENT Page 7