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MAKING A NICE CATCH in their game with Chokio-Alberta last Tues- day, May 4, is Trojan shortstop Theresa Hoffman. Looking on is teammate Samantha Rushf0rd (19). The Trojans lost to the Spartans in a high scor- ing contest, 27-14. Ortonville wgl host Hillcrest Lutheran this Thursday and travel to Wheaton on Friday. Both games start at 5 p.m. I Ortonville School menu INDEPENDENT Tuesday, May 11: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs, Cheesy Rice, Mixed Veggies, Fresh Grapes. Wednesday, May 12: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Pancake/Sausage on a stick, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Deli Beef Sandwich, K-3 Beef Sticks, Gold Fish Grahams, Batter Bites, Tropical Fruit Sauce. Thursday, May 13: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Cinnamon Roll, Apple Slices, Milk. Lunch: Creamy Chicken Pasta, Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls, Cranberry Sauce, Garden Peas, Diced Peach Sauce. Friday, May 14: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Mini Pancakes, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Soft Shelled Tacos, Let- tuce, Cheese, Salsa, Refried Beans, Corn, Churro, Applesauce. Monday, May 17: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Br. Sausage Pizza, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Fajita, and Veggies, Lettuce, Cheese, K-3 Grilled Cheese, Tri-Taters, Mandarin Orange Sauce. Tuesday, May 18: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Sausage Links, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Cheese, Lettuce, Onions, Pickles, Tater Tots, Juice Choices. ........ ............ ........................ lllll ....... ii, ........ llll ...................... lllll,lllll ................... ill ........................................................................................................................................................................................... III .............................. "" ............................ qlllllllltl Trojans drop two conference over Appleton The Rosen Express began the 2010 games, host Hillcrest Thurs. with Hillcrest Lutheran, but it was postponed due to the weather. On Saturday, the Trojans traveled to Morris for a Tournament that was post- poned the week before. The weather was cold, but they were able to play three games. In the first game they lost to Morris 7-3, then lost to West Central 5-1 and lost a close game to Wheaton, 6-4. No other statistics were available from those games. The Trojans will host Hillcrest Lutheran on Thursday starting at 5 p.m. and travel to Wheaton on Friday also starting at 5 p.m. The Ortonville girls softball team played five games last week, two con- ference games and then the competed in the Morris Tournament which was postponed the weekend before. On Monday, May 3 the Lady Tro- jans traveled to Ashby and were de- feated 18-1 in five innings. Chelsey Swenson, Emily Giese and Amber Scherer all saw pitching duties for the Trojans. Leading hitters were Marissa Baerwaldt, Ashley Eastman and Samantha Rushford with one hit a piece. The Trojans then played host to Chokio-Alberta on Tuesday, May 4. FIVE TROJAN GIRLS GOLFERS earned medalist honors for placing in the top six at the Conference Golf Meet on Tuesday, May 4 at Elbow Lake. Pictured above from left to right are Bree Ninneman (4th), Amanda Goergen (6th), Rikki Roscoe (1st), Jenae Schneider (2nd) and Amber Sorenson (3rd). Express begin Lady Trojan golfers place season with win first at Conference Meet season in fine fashion by defeating Appleton, 4-3 in Land O' Ducks ac- tion on Sunday. Rosen got on the board first with a RBI double off the bat of Jeremy Ohm in the first inning that scored Trent Rademacher. The Express then scored a single run in the sixth and plated two more runs in the eighth inning. Ohm started on the mound for Rosen and pitched a complete game for the win. "Jeremy pitched a great game and the defense was pretty solid behind him," said Coach Mickey Rademacher. Leading the offense was Ohm with two hits, both doubles, Mickey Rademacher also had two hits and Trent Rademacher and Ethan Scoblic each had one hit. Rosen will next be in action this Sunday when they travel to Benson for a 2 p.m. game, The Ortonville girls golf team trav- eled to Elbow Lake for a conference match last Tuesday, May 4 and took home first place with a team score of 384. "The girls played their best golf of the season," said Coach Joe Beming. "It was nice to see the team show im- provement and play as well as they did ." Rikki Roscoe placed first overall shooting at 95. Jenae Schneider was second with a 96, Amber Sorenson was third with a 96, Bree Ninneman was fourth with a 97 and Amanda Go- ergen was sixth with a 104. Ally Toner placed seventh with a 106. The Trojans were schedule to play at Wheaton last Thursday and Graceville last Friday, but were post- poned due to the weather. In matches this week, the girls were scheduled to golf at Wheaton on Mon- day, May l0 weather permitting. They then travel to Henning for a meet on Tuesday, May 11 and then back to Elbow Lake for a match on Monday, May 17. Boys take home first place at Conference Golf Meet It was a good Conference Meet for the Trojan boys golf team as they placed first with a team score of 307 in the eight-team Ashby Invitational Conference Golf Meet on Tuesday, May 4. "The guys really shot well despite winds in excess of 30 mph during most of the day," said Coach Roger Sandberg. "It was good to see the team battle the weather conditions and put up the score they did." Individually for the Trojans, sen- iors Jesse Roscoe and Bryn Stock had outstanding rounds. Roscoe shot a one over par 71 to place first overall, while teammate Bryn Stock finished in sec- ond with a 74. Freshman Jade Hasslen and junior Nick Giese each posted 8 l's for fifth and sixth place. The Trojans were scheduled to travel to Wheaton last Thursday, but that was postponed due to the weather. In matches this week for the boys, they will travel to Henning on Tues- day, May 11, at Wheaton on Thursday and at Graceville on Friday. With the wind blowing out at Trojan Fiel it was a high scoring contest with C-A winning the game 27-14. Emily Giese started on the mound for Ortonville, with Chelsey Swenson and Amber Scherer also seeing action. Ortonville was led in hitting by Ash- ley Eastman and Mary Kate Treinen who each had a home run in the game. Both ended with two hits in the game. Theresa Hoffman laced two triples, Marissa Baerwaldt had two hits and Amber Scherer and Emily  Giese each had one hit in the game. Ortonville was scheduled to travel to Fergus Falls on Friday for a game Rox drop two over weekend, will host Raymond Friday Leading hitters for the Rox were Joe Fuller with two and Riley Sammon and Tim Haugen each with one. Chance Haugen started on the mound and threw seven innings, giv- ing up two runs on six hits. Zach Giese came on and gave up one run on one hit, with Riley Sammon finishing the game going one inning allowing three runs on one hit. "We knew we would lose some games this year with our beefed up schedule, but hopefully we will be- come a better team in the long run," stated Thomas. This week the competition is still tough. On Friday, May 14 the Rox will host Raymond in a 7:30 p.m. game, on Saturday they travel to Morris for an- other 7:30 p.m. game and on Sunday will host Brookings, SD in a 2:30 p.m. game. The Friday or Sunday games could be subject to change, based on field availability. Listen to the Friday 8:30 a.m. Sports Show on KDIO radio for any updates. The Rox look forward to a good crowd at the ballpark this week- end. The Ortonville Rox had a tough weekend, losing 6-3 to Wheaton on Saturday and then 6-0 to Sacred Heart on Sunday. "We actually played quite well and pitched very well, but could not get any big hits. We easily could have won both games," stated Rox manager Ron Thomas. The Wheaton game started with the locals scoring a run in the second in- ning when Jeff Watson scored on a fielder's choice and added a run in the sixth when pinch runner Isaac Knutson scored on a sacrifice fly by Cory Stat- telman to give the Rox a 2-0 lead. Joe Fuller was cruising along on the mound, giving up only one hit in six in- nings. Wheaton scored two runs in the top of the eighth inning to tie the game, only to have the Rox come back with a run in the bottom of the inning on a sin- gle by Andrew Treinen giving back the lead to the locals 3-2. Wheaton man- aged four runs in the top of the ninth and then held the Rox scoreless in their last at bat to take the 6-3 win. Leading hitters for the Rox were Riley Sammon, Chance Haugen and Andrew Treinen with two hits each and Joe Fuller, Zack Giese, Jeff Watson and Cory Stattelman each with one hit. Joe Fuller went seven innings, giv- ing up two runs on two hits. Riley Sammon took the loss going two in- nings, giving up four runs on three hits. "The difference in the game is that they bunched their hits into a couple of innings and we didn't. They scored six runs on five hits," said Thomas. On Sunday, the Rox traveled to Sa- cred Heart to make up the Friday night rainout. The final score doesn't look too good, but it Was a good game. The starting pitching was excellent again as Chance Haugen started on the mound and gave up one run in the first seven innings. The eighth inning did the Rox in as Sacred Heart scored five runs on only two hits. Several free passes and wild pitches clinched the game for the Saints. The Rox were in this game all the way and had a runner thrown out at the plate in the seventh inning which would have tied the score at one. Sacred Heart is a very good team. They have been to the State Tourna- ment the past two years. Jeremy Hin- derks started on the mound for them and is one of the best pitchers in the area. sta a nk