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J Men's Golf Schedule THURSDAY, MAY 13 18-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 29 TEAM 15 Charles Radermacher Todd Cloos Morrie Hoffman Val Rausch TEAM 2 TEAM 16 Glenn Nelson Jerry Stattelman Dennis Hullstrom Karl Duhr TEAM 3 TEAM 17 Bob Ross Gerry Kunz Bryan Delage Tony Rausch TEAM 4 TEAM 18 Bill Thyne Norm Davis Blair Johnson Tom Gronseth TEAM 5 TEAM 19 Tim Jurgens Bill Hartman Gordon Hippen Mike Rausch TEAM 6 TEAM 20 Gordon Gloege Gene O'Neill Verden Gerber John Drewelow TEAM 7 TEAM 21 Erv Mikkelson Virgil Gerber Herb Streich Randy Stock TEAM 8 TEAM 22 Art Novak Brett Jacobsen Wendell Paulsen Jim Kaercher TEAM 9 TEAM 23 Duane Stock Scott Simonitch Wes Strei Ron Athey TEAM 10 TEAM 24 Les Iverson Tom Kindt Vic Colago Bill Pansch TEAM 11 TEAM 25 Gary Johnson Dan Petersen Terry Gere Dick Borens TEAM 12 TEAM 26 Aden LaCombe Ray Seller Ray Thompson John Stolpman TEAM 13 TEAM 27 Joe Beming Randy Stattelman Dale Finke Roger Sandberg TEAM 14 TEAM 28 Gary Dinnel Virgil Sis Brent Zahrbock Gary Watkins TEAM 1 Robert Pflueger John Mathison BYE 9-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 1 TEAM 14 Steve Strei Ron Frauenshuh Mark Amundson Roger Bird TEAM 2 TEAM 15 Randy Chdstensen Joe Radermacher Jim Teske Dave Reiffenberger TEAM 3 TEAM 16 Tom Kramer Tim Gepp Jim Collins Grog Strobl TEAM 4 TEAM 17 Vince Stegner Ryan Dinger R. D. Schreiner Roy Retcher TEAM 5 TEAM 18 Dan Oakes Curt Bystol Mark Hughes Dan Nelson TEAM 6 TEAM 19 Mark Thompson Dave Larson Dan Welberg Jim Schmeichel TEAM 7 TEAM 20 Tim Holtquist Dennis Justison Gary Thoreson John Cunningham TEAM 8 TEAM 21 Grog Peterson Sammy Haugen Bernie Kirchherg Dave Ellingson TEAM 9 TEAM 22 Don Dors M Hynnok Roger Nomes Tim Giese TEAM 10 TEAM 23 Keith Giese Tim Scherer Dave Gruenwald Mark Gere TEAM 11 TEAM 24 Jerry Wiegman Andy Johnson Brent Nelson John Sovell TEAM 12 TEAM 25 Eric Torgerson Scott Amdt Steve Hoffmann Greg Rasset TEAM 13 Mike Swenson  Frounlelter National Anthem. Many OHS students and community mem- bers volunteered their time for the event, where everyone went home with many first and second place ribbons. Above, Linda Wentland and M ehan Riley run the 400 meter with participants from Sisseton. In below photo, senior Kelth Athey participates in the softball throw as brother Matthew (left) and Meghan Riley look on. 1 Save this paper for recycling SPECIAL OLYMPICS were held May 4 in OrtonviUe at the OHS Track, with four schools, Sisseton, Milbank, Rosholt and Ortonville, participating in field and track events. Beginning with a presentation of the colors by Ortonville Boy Scout Troop 28, Amber Eustice, sixth grader at ' Ortonville Schools, sang the '. team, West Central Area. Other teams competing were CACGB, Wheaton, Ashby and Underwood. Jennifer Berning won medalist honors with a 45, followed closely again by Radermacher at 46. Lindsey Nelsen shot a 49 and Ashley Zahrbock a 56. "The girls have had much more consistent play in the past week and will be strong competitors for Conference and the next two weeks," Beth Tinklenberg. and Lindsey are one, the Conference up to this point. The gram has a strong juniors, a sophomore men on the travelihg The girls travel to Thursday for a nine hole Trojans on the road last brought home two Ortonville's Trojan baseball team did some traveling last week, bringing home losses from CGB in Rosen and Ashby at Ashby. Beginning on Monday night with CGB, the team took a 10-5 loss as CGB scored one run in the first, four in the fouth, three in the fifth and two in the sixth. CGB's thirteen hits were helped along by five Ortonville errors. Ortonville scored one in the first and fourth, three in the fifth, and their final run in the seventh. Their eight hits were by Jeff Laskowske and Chris Lee with two each, and Mickey Rademacher, John Thomas, Josh Sykora and Derek Rieck with one hit apiece for the Trojans. Tuesday night, the Ortonville team went to Ashby and lost 15-3, as Ashby scored two runs in the first, four in the second, four in the third and five in the fourth. E Trojans medal in nine events at Milbank invitational Thurs. meter relay. The girls 400 meter relay also placed sixth and members were Megan Reiffenberger, Emily Dragseth, Lisa Spors and Mindee Lovgren (two eighth graders and two ninth graders). Jenni Croatt and Hilary Libka both had season bests in the 400 meter dash but did not place. .Nc.:.ie! !mproved his 800 meter run sx seconds but did not place. Bridget Athey, who has not run for more than a week, finally saw some competition and placed third in the 3200 meter run. Joe Karels improved his time by 30 seconds and Terry Heirigs ran against some tough competition as he missed placing. Ruth Goergen tied her own school record set at Ortonville for a first place finish in the triple jump at 34' 1 1/2". Dan Rausch had a personal best in that event of more than 37'. Ruth also placed third in the long jump with a 15'1 1/2". Carmen Leger placed second in the discus with 107' 11" and had a per- sonal record in the shot of 32' 6 liT'. Jessica Chase also had good "puts" in the shot. The Lac qui Parle meet for the boys was cancelled and will not be resched- uled. The girls last week placed third at LQPV. Monte won the meet, followed by Canby, then Ortonville, LQP, Yellow Medicine East (Granite Falls/Clarkfield) and Dawson-Boyd. This week on Friday, Ortonville will host the Pheasant Conference meet. It was 1984 when Ortonville last hosted a Conference meet and that was the Little Sioux. The teams represented will be Ashby-Brandon-Evansville, CACGB, Hancock, Hillcrest Lutheran, Ortonville and Wheaton-Herman- Norcross. The meet will begin at 4 p.m. with field events and 4:30 running. Girls host six-team invite and take close second At the 16 team Milbank Invitational, Ortonville medaled in nine events, and also set some season and personal bests. The meet was very competitive and no team points were recorded. This was a chance to qualify for South Dakota's State Meet if athletes met the standard. Elizabeth Thompson got the Tr0jans on th board with a fifth place medal in the 100 meter, and best inter- mediate hurdles time of the season at 17.59. Kassi Karels also had a season best at 19.19 and James Thompson improved his time in the high hurdles. Mike Lovgren placed fifth in the 100 meter dash as he went 11.63 in the finals. Emily Dragseth and Kendra Loeschke both had season bests, but did not qualify for the final. The 800 meter relay team of Tom Inforzato, Jesse Cloos, Mike Lovgren and Jeremy Iverson snatched a sixth place medal and fourth in the 400 The Ortonville girls golf team host- ed a six team invitational Tuesday, May 4, as the host team shot an 18 hole total of 406 and finished a close second to Lac qui Parle Valley's 398. Jennifer Berning shot a 46-46=92 for a second place finish, despite high winds. Teammate Tiffany Radermacher shot her best round of the year at 40-47=93 to take third place. Other contributing scorers were Lindsey Nelsen at 99 (fifth place) and Ashley Zahrbock at 122. The lady Trojans took first place honors at the Conference meet in Wheaton the following Thursday. The girls shot a season best 196 to claim a 12 stroke victory over the next Rain holds girls to one game last week Rain kept the Trojan girls from two games last week, though they did play Chokio-Alberta last Tuesday at home, sending the Spartains back with a 6-0 win. Danielle Beyer pitched against the team, whose pitching staff held the Ortonville girls to two hits by Beyer and Stacy Schake. Currently, the Trojan girls are 3-2 in the Conference, tied for second place, with games yet to be resched- uled. Sub-Sections for the girls will begin Saturday, with seedings to be announced tomorrow. STATE WRESTLING PARTICIPANTS. More than 700 wrestlers com- peted in the Minnesota State Jaycee Wrestling Tournament April 10 in Paynesville, with these locals placing at the tourney. In back from left to right are Matthew Koval (second), Cody Rinaker (fourth), and Luke Koval (second). In front are Patrick Eustice (fourth), Aaron Thoreson (second), Andrew Treinen (fourth), Micah Reiffenberger (first), Jesse Roscoe (third). Not pictured are Dan Schmeichel (third) and Damian PUlatzki (fourth). One run in the by Derek Rieck and Stielow began the Jeff Laskowske hit the third, and Josh hime run in the three runs. Jeff Laskowske and had two hits each John Thomas Josh Thompson hit each for Ortonville, and Joe Fuller pitched Graceville Will Open The Graceville Gun ( Mary 18, and is Shooting starts at Tuesday (For 10 Hou Saturday 9am-4 Sunday 1-4pm 10% savings 00all Sleeper Beds, Rockers, Recliners, Motion Glider Rockers, Stationary Chairs (Delivered in time for gr (In stock only.) 10% Savings for 10 Hours May 15th. & May 16th Remember, 7 months register for the Millennium with over $2,000 worth of throughout the store. (May 16th is our last Sunday opening for the summer.) "Where Shopping Is Fun" FURNITURE & CARPET )HS Sp " g Sp t pp " ( rln ' or s - u. orlo TRACK DATE MEET SITE May 14 Pheasant Conference Ortonvllle 4:00 p.m. GIRLS SOFTBALL May 13 C-T-F Fairmont 5:00 p.m. May 15, 17, 19 Sub-sections TBA GOLF May 13 Ben,son Invitational (G & B) May 17 West Central Area (Boys) May 18 West Central Area (Girls) SITE TIME Benson 4:15 p.m. Elbow Lake 1:00 p.m. Barrett-Elbow 1:00 p.m. 00.?he Troj ans! BASEBALL DATE OPPONENT SITE May 13 Chokio-Alberta Ortonville May 15, 17, 19 Sub-Sections TBA Page 6 INDEPENDENT m iBm TuesdaY, J Men's Golf Schedule THURSDAY, MAY 13 18-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 29 TEAM 15 Charles Radermacher Todd Cloos Morrie Hoffman Val Rausch TEAM 2 TEAM 16 Glenn Nelson Jerry Stattelman Dennis Hullstrom Karl Duhr TEAM 3 TEAM 17 Bob Ross Gerry Kunz Bryan Delage Tony Rausch TEAM 4 TEAM 18 Bill Thyne Norm Davis Blair Johnson Tom Gronseth TEAM 5 TEAM 19 Tim Jurgens Bill Hartman Gordon Hippen Mike Rausch TEAM 6 TEAM 20 Gordon Gloege Gene O'Neill Verden Gerber John Drewelow TEAM 7 TEAM 21 Erv Mikkelson Virgil Gerber Herb Streich Randy Stock TEAM 8 TEAM 22 Art Novak Brett Jacobsen Wendell Paulsen Jim Kaercher TEAM 9 TEAM 23 Duane Stock Scott Simonitch Wes Strei Ron Athey TEAM 10 TEAM 24 Les Iverson Tom Kindt Vic Colago Bill Pansch TEAM 11 TEAM 25 Gary Johnson Dan Petersen Terry Gere Dick Borens TEAM 12 TEAM 26 Aden LaCombe Ray Seller Ray Thompson John Stolpman TEAM 13 TEAM 27 Joe Beming Randy Stattelman Dale Finke Roger Sandberg TEAM 14 TEAM 28 Gary Dinnel Virgil Sis Brent Zahrbock Gary Watkins TEAM 1 Robert Pflueger John Mathison BYE 9-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 1 TEAM 14 Steve Strei Ron Frauenshuh Mark Amundson Roger Bird TEAM 2 TEAM 15 Randy Chdstensen Joe Radermacher Jim Teske Dave Reiffenberger TEAM 3 TEAM 16 Tom Kramer Tim Gepp Jim Collins Grog Strobl TEAM 4 TEAM 17 Vince Stegner Ryan Dinger R. D. Schreiner Roy Retcher TEAM 5 TEAM 18 Dan Oakes Curt Bystol Mark Hughes Dan Nelson TEAM 6 TEAM 19 Mark Thompson Dave Larson Dan Welberg Jim Schmeichel TEAM 7 TEAM 20 Tim Holtquist Dennis Justison Gary Thoreson John Cunningham TEAM 8 TEAM 21 Grog Peterson Sammy Haugen Bernie Kirchherg Dave Ellingson TEAM 9 TEAM 22 Don Dors M Hynnok Roger Nomes Tim Giese TEAM 10 TEAM 23 Keith Giese Tim Scherer Dave Gruenwald Mark Gere TEAM 11 TEAM 24 Jerry Wiegman Andy Johnson Brent Nelson John Sovell TEAM 12 TEAM 25 Eric Torgerson Scott Amdt Steve Hoffmann Greg Rasset TEAM 13 Mike Swenson  Frounlelter National Anthem. Many OHS students and community mem- bers volunteered their time for the event, where everyone went home with many first and second place ribbons. Above, Linda Wentland and M ehan Riley run the 400 meter with participants from Sisseton. In below photo, senior Kelth Athey participates in the softball throw as brother Matthew (left) and Meghan Riley look on. 1 Save this paper for recycling SPECIAL OLYMPICS were held May 4 in OrtonviUe at the OHS Track, with four schools, Sisseton, Milbank, Rosholt and Ortonville, participating in field and track events. Beginning with a presentation of the colors by Ortonville Boy Scout Troop 28, Amber Eustice, sixth grader at ' Ortonville Schools, sang the '. team, West Central Area. Other teams competing were CACGB, Wheaton, Ashby and Underwood. Jennifer Berning won medalist honors with a 45, followed closely again by Radermacher at 46. Lindsey Nelsen shot a 49 and Ashley Zahrbock a 56. "The girls have had much more consistent play in the past week and will be strong competitors for Conference and the next two weeks," Beth Tinklenberg. and Lindsey are one, the Conference up to this point. The gram has a strong juniors, a sophomore men on the travelihg The girls travel to Thursday for a nine hole Trojans on the road last brought home two Ortonville's Trojan baseball team did some traveling last week, bringing home losses from CGB in Rosen and Ashby at Ashby. Beginning on Monday night with CGB, the team took a 10-5 loss as CGB scored one run in the first, four in the fouth, three in the fifth and two in the sixth. CGB's thirteen hits were helped along by five Ortonville errors. Ortonville scored one in the first and fourth, three in the fifth, and their final run in the seventh. Their eight hits were by Jeff Laskowske and Chris Lee with two each, and Mickey Rademacher, John Thomas, Josh Sykora and Derek Rieck with one hit apiece for the Trojans. Tuesday night, the Ortonville team went to Ashby and lost 15-3, as Ashby scored two runs in the first, four in the second, four in the third and five in the fourth. E Trojans medal in nine events at Milbank invitational Thurs. meter relay. The girls 400 meter relay also placed sixth and members were Megan Reiffenberger, Emily Dragseth, Lisa Spors and Mindee Lovgren (two eighth graders and two ninth graders). Jenni Croatt and Hilary Libka both had season bests in the 400 meter dash but did not place. .Nc.:.ie! !mproved his 800 meter run sx seconds but did not place. Bridget Athey, who has not run for more than a week, finally saw some competition and placed third in the 3200 meter run. Joe Karels improved his time by 30 seconds and Terry Heirigs ran against some tough competition as he missed placing. Ruth Goergen tied her own school record set at Ortonville for a first place finish in the triple jump at 34' 1 1/2". Dan Rausch had a personal best in that event of more than 37'. Ruth also placed third in the long jump with a 15'1 1/2". Carmen Leger placed second in the discus with 107' 11" and had a per- sonal record in the shot of 32' 6 liT'. Jessica Chase also had good "puts" in the shot. The Lac qui Parle meet for the boys was cancelled and will not be resched- uled. The girls last week placed third at LQPV. Monte won the meet, followed by Canby, then Ortonville, LQP, Yellow Medicine East (Granite Falls/Clarkfield) and Dawson-Boyd. This week on Friday, Ortonville will host the Pheasant Conference meet. It was 1984 when Ortonville last hosted a Conference meet and that was the Little Sioux. The teams represented will be Ashby-Brandon-Evansville, CACGB, Hancock, Hillcrest Lutheran, Ortonville and Wheaton-Herman- Norcross. The meet will begin at 4 p.m. with field events and 4:30 running. Girls host six-team invite and take close second At the 16 team Milbank Invitational, Ortonville medaled in nine events, and also set some season and personal bests. The meet was very competitive and no team points were recorded. This was a chance to qualify for South Dakota's State Meet if athletes met the standard. Elizabeth Thompson got the Tr0jans on th board with a fifth place medal in the 100 meter, and best inter- mediate hurdles time of the season at 17.59. Kassi Karels also had a season best at 19.19 and James Thompson improved his time in the high hurdles. Mike Lovgren placed fifth in the 100 meter dash as he went 11.63 in the finals. Emily Dragseth and Kendra Loeschke both had season bests, but did not qualify for the final. The 800 meter relay team of Tom Inforzato, Jesse Cloos, Mike Lovgren and Jeremy Iverson snatched a sixth place medal and fourth in the 400 The Ortonville girls golf team host- ed a six team invitational Tuesday, May 4, as the host team shot an 18 hole total of 406 and finished a close second to Lac qui Parle Valley's 398. Jennifer Berning shot a 46-46=92 for a second place finish, despite high winds. Teammate Tiffany Radermacher shot her best round of the year at 40-47=93 to take third place. Other contributing scorers were Lindsey Nelsen at 99 (fifth place) and Ashley Zahrbock at 122. The lady Trojans took first place honors at the Conference meet in Wheaton the following Thursday. The girls shot a season best 196 to claim a 12 stroke victory over the next Rain holds girls to one game last week Rain kept the Trojan girls from two games last week, though they did play Chokio-Alberta last Tuesday at home, sending the Spartains back with a 6-0 win. Danielle Beyer pitched against the team, whose pitching staff held the Ortonville girls to two hits by Beyer and Stacy Schake. Currently, the Trojan girls are 3-2 in the Conference, tied for second place, with games yet to be resched- uled. Sub-Sections for the girls will begin Saturday, with seedings to be announced tomorrow. STATE WRESTLING PARTICIPANTS. More than 700 wrestlers com- peted in the Minnesota State Jaycee Wrestling Tournament April 10 in Paynesville, with these locals placing at the tourney. In back from left to right are Matthew Koval (second), Cody Rinaker (fourth), and Luke Koval (second). In front are Patrick Eustice (fourth), Aaron Thoreson (second), Andrew Treinen (fourth), Micah Reiffenberger (first), Jesse Roscoe (third). Not pictured are Dan Schmeichel (third) and Damian PUlatzki (fourth). One run in the by Derek Rieck and Stielow began the Jeff Laskowske hit the third, and Josh hime run in the three runs. Jeff Laskowske and had two hits each John Thomas Josh Thompson hit each for Ortonville, and Joe Fuller pitched Graceville Will Open The Graceville Gun ( Mary 18, and is Shooting starts at Tuesday (For 10 Hou Saturday 9am-4 Sunday 1-4pm 10% savings 00all Sleeper Beds, Rockers, Recliners, Motion Glider Rockers, Stationary Chairs (Delivered in time for gr (In stock only.) 10% Savings for 10 Hours May 15th. & May 16th Remember, 7 months register for the Millennium with over $2,000 worth of throughout the store. (May 16th is our last Sunday opening for the summer.) "Where Shopping Is Fun" FURNITURE & CARPET )HS Sp " g Sp t pp " ( rln ' or s - u. orlo TRACK DATE MEET SITE May 14 Pheasant Conference Ortonvllle 4:00 p.m. GIRLS SOFTBALL May 13 C-T-F Fairmont 5:00 p.m. May 15, 17, 19 Sub-sections TBA GOLF May 13 Ben,son Invitational (G & B) May 17 West Central Area (Boys) May 18 West Central Area (Girls) SITE TIME Benson 4:15 p.m. Elbow Lake 1:00 p.m. Barrett-Elbow 1:00 p.m. 00.?he Troj ans! BASEBALL DATE OPPONENT SITE May 13 Chokio-Alberta Ortonville May 15, 17, 19 Sub-Sections TBA Page 6 INDEPENDENT m iBm TuesdaY,