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The Ortonville Trojans knocked out 29 hits to score 27 runs on their way to a double header sweep of Brandon-Evansville on Thursday at Ortonville. The team got 16 hits in game one, on their way to a 17-7 victory. Ethan Scoblic, Josh Sykora, Chris Engebretson, Jim May, Jeremy Ohm, and Jeff Laskowske each had two hits for the Trojans. Marty Brown, Derek Homrighausen, Jeremiah Schmeichel and Justin Pearson each had one hit. The pitchers benefited from improved defensive play, Scoblic went 3 2/3 innings for the win, allow- ing two hits, walking four and striking out four. Josh Sykora threw 2 1/3 innings, allowing two hits and walk- ing two. OHS Trojan baseball team sweeps Trojan boy linksters win Brandon-Evansville in double header annual Ortonville invitat The Trojans scored four runs in their last at bat to turn a close 6-3 lead into a 10-3 victory. The team knocked out 13 hits to score their 10 runs. Sykora, May, Ohm, and Schmeichel each had two hits, Scoblic, Jeff Laskowske, Chris Engebretson, Homrighausen and Pearson had single hits. Sykora pitched one inning, allow- ing one hit, walking two and striking out two. Homrighausen threw three innings, allowing four hits, walking one and striking out three. Ohm threw 1/3 inning, giving up two hits and walking two. May threw 1 2/3 innings, giving up two hits and strik- ing out five. On Tuesday night, the Trojans trav- eled to Ashby and came home with a 5-1 loss. They got only one hit off the Ashby left hander, but' that was a solo home run by Jim May in the sixth. Ashby scored three runs in the third on two errors and a home run. They scored two runs in the fourth, on three singles and a home run. Adam Thymian pitched 3 2/3 innings, allowing five hits, walking one and striking out three. May threw 1 1/3 innings, allowing two hits and striking out one. Scoblic threw the last inning, walking one and striking out one. Lady golfers organize; league play begins May 27 The organizational meeting of the Ortonville Ladies Golf Association for 1998 was held at the Ortonville Golf Clubhouse on Wednesday, May 6, 1998. Twenty-seven golfers turned in their scorecards for the special event of the day, which was subtracting a mystery hole from the score. Michelle Knutson was the winner with a 37. The mystery hole was number 9. Business attended to at the meeting included the following rules: All league members must have an 8 hole handicap card. New golfers will start the season with a handicap of 40 if they haven't had enough rounds in to determine a handicap. Members are asked to call for a tee time before golfing on Wednesday. This should help speed up the process and eliminate delays. Team plays will begin on Wednesday, May 27th. There are enough teams to have all four leagues running this year. Schedules are now available at the Clubhouse. Partners for this years team play are: 9 Hole Late League Chris Peterson and Joyce Hamann Eve Johnson and LeVon Gerber Anne Johnson and Glenda Reiffenberger Sharron Bystol and Carol Gerber Sue Stolpman and Phyllis Seiler Kate Welberg and Paula Rausch Janine Teske and Brenda Christensen Karen Thyne and RuthAnn Gloege 9 Hole Early League Barb Nornes and Marge Olson Cfirol Bakken and Kathy Randall Darlene Mikkelson and Marj Lindholm Fran Fridgen and Joyce Letrud Judy Peter and Joan Ronglien 18 Hole Early League Helen Schreiner and Gen Davis Jasmine Colago and Donna Johnson Kathy Bieniek and Liz Radermacher Peg Iverson and Marilyn Dybvig Shar Petersen and Leah Rohwer Shirley Kindt and Ardell LaCombe Judy Gere and Carol Barrett Agnes Hoffman and Mary Geier JoAnn Strei and RuthAnn Wildeman 18 Hole Late League Lori Larson and Melanie Wiegman Jan Eifealdt and Michelle Knutson Sharon Kirchberg and Kris Radermacher Beth Mueller and Sara Miller Betty Reinke and Jo Elliot Firearms Safety training set The Odessa Rod & Gun Club will host its annual Firearms Safety Training Course beginning Wednesday, May 13th, 7 p.m. at the Gun Club Building. The instructors request that a parent or guardian of the youth attend this registration meeting. The course will run three more evenings and part of a Saturday. Any youth (male or female) that will be 12 years old by Dec. 1, 1998 may attend. Any adults who need a certificate are also welcome to attend. For further information, please contact: Bill Mellon 839:'349, Craig Danielson 596-2160, Bob Rothi 273- 2373. DON SURA OF DEERWOOD reeled in these two nice walleyes from Big Stone Lake, one weighing 7 Ibs. 4 oz. and the other 5 Ibs. 9 oz. (Photo by Bud's Bait) On Monday, May 4, the Trojans hosted 11 other teams from the sur- 'rnding area in the fifth annual Ort"oyi IIe Invitational. Shobting a team score of 309, the Trojans came away with first place. Other teams and their scores are as follows: LQPV 321, BOLD 325, CACGB 330, WCA 332, BDRSH 336, Monte 338, Benson 348, Hancock 361, WHN 375, MACCRAY 378, and Dawson-Boyd 388. Andy Ross placed third individual- ly with a four over par 76, Tracy Grossman finished fourth with a 77, placing sixth and seventh were Pete and Dan Ross with 78's, Mike Sandberg shot 82 while teammate Matt Pfingsten had an 83. Saturday, May 8, the Trojans played in the Sauk Centre Invitational. CONCENTRATING on his shotput is 7th grader Robert Karels at the LqP Valley 7th and 8th grade meet. On a rain soaked and muddy course the Trojans tied Alexandria for first place with 322 scores. Using the tie breaking system, the Cardinals fifth score was lower than the Trojans', enabling the Alex team to win the invite Teams and their scores for the event are as follows: Alex 322, Ortonville 322, Litchfield 323, Sauk Centre 328, Annandale 334, Albany 335, New London-Spicer 344, Willmar 346, Little Falls 357, Melrose 358. Ross had the hot putter and finished tied for second place with a four over par 78, Tracy Grossman tied for fifth with a 79, Dan Ross shot 82, Pete Ross 83 and Scott Sandberg 88. The Trojans head into this week with a 105-12 meet record. Thursday, May 14, the team will travel to Fergus Quad Count' Championship and 15, the team will tourney of which defending champs. The Junior Monte, Thursday, out on top 170-171. was Matt Pfingsten lowed closely by Jon Tanner RadermacheJ Wiegman 46, Andy - Adam Radermacher The Jr. High High on Friday victory. Matt Pfin Ross Wiegman 45, while Tanner Radermacher both the Jr. High travels Trojan softball team wins game in a row, loses to C-G Danielson said of credit to the girls seven innings and defense was not against Herman, ping," he said. First year player had the last at bat, against her before Danielson said that he' of the job Megan "She showed a in a high pressure pitcher threw a would have been handle. I was verY around," he said. The Trojans' Monday, with Saturday, May 16. The Trojan softball team won its second game Monday, May 4, with a 6-5 score over Herman-Norcross. This was the girls' second win in a row over Herman. The Trojans were led by strong pitching from Danielle Beyer. Jamie Swenson also did a very nice job behind the plate "Jamie and Danielle are really working well together," stated Coach Ryan Danielson. "Jamie is learning how to read batters and give Danielle the right pitch locations to get them out." The rest of the defense played excellent ball as well. The Trojans went into the top of the seventh with a 5-3 lead, but Herman came back to tie at five all. The Trojan bats were determined not to let this one get away as Tiffany Finke ripped a triple down the third base line, and Amy Athey provided the game winning hit with a bloop sin- gle to left. Kylene Huizenga also cracked a solo home run in the game. Then on Friday, May 8, the Trojans lost an exciting ball game 7-6. The team trailed 7-1 going into the bottom of the seventh, and the CGB pitcher, who threw a strong six innings, began to lost the strike zone, allowing sever- al walks. The Trojans also had several key hits and were aided by a Wolverine throwing error. Joy Rudnick placed a single behind third base, and two bat- ters later Kylene Huizenga ripped a double which closed the gap 7-5. After two more walks, the score was 7-6 with two outs and bases loaded. Trackster Eric Longhen voted outstanding ath Lovgren, and Dan Rausch placed first in a time of 4:03.05. The only relay the team did not score in was the 800 meter relay because of a disqualifica- tion. In the 110 meter hurdles Eric Longhenry ran first with 16.19. Mike Schumaker was third with 18.31, and Paul Karels was sixth with a time of 19.78. Mike Lovgren was second in The Ortonville Boys Track Team competed in two meets at Sisseton the week of April 27- May 1. On April 27th the boys were second in the twelve team Clayton Schmidt Track Meet. Sisseton was first with 196, second Ortonville 182, third Milnor 67, fourth Wil/not 46, fifth Veblen/Rosholt 41, sixth GPL 27, sev- enth Wheaton 23, eighth Fairmont 2, tha ZA 1, Tied, for tfdh... .0 rter  a 6n].e 11.. cle of Nations, Roslyn, Summit, O. In the 1600 meter run rry'I-l'eigs ,'We had a great team effort out of was third in 5:14.48, and David 6vryone in this meet," stated Coach Joe Eustice. "The guys competed at a very high level and did a great job coming in second to a tough Sisseton team." In the 3200 meter relay, the team of Matt Karels, Brandon Finke, Dan Rausch, and Terry Heirigs placed sec- Heirigs was fourth in 5:21.06. In the 400m dash, Justin Wittnebel was first, and Jamie Karels was sec- ond. In the 300 meter hurdles Longhenry ran fu'st in 43 sec, and Schumaker was 4th in 48.18. Brandon Finke ran a 2:18.70, good for second place. Jeremy Iverson placed sixth with a time of 2:26.34. In the 200 Wittenebel Eric Longhenry placed second. 17' 2.5" in the long fifth. On Friday, May back in Sisseton m points were not kept phies were given place winners in Eric Longhenry ning the meet record time ( 300 meter hurdles in high jump with 6', place mile relay first place finishes outstanding male Ortonville meter relay, relay, third in fourth in the medley ond with a time of 9:10.87. Cory lV, il Kassube, Tom Inforzato, Justin meter dash. Jamie Karels was edged the 1600 meter relay. Wittnebel, and Mike Lovgren placed out by .02 of a second to place second was fifth in the 100  second in the 400 meter relay in 46.87. in 23.77. Cory Kassube was 3rd in Karels was third ! The mile relay team of Mike 25.53. Mike Schumaker placed first dash Justin Wittnel,]li "ll 11 Lovgren, Jamie Karels, Eric in the pole vault with a vault of 12. the high jump, and. 1 Longhenry, and Justin Wittnebel In the p!e jump Dan Rausch was sixth in, the pole V 1 ill placed first with a time of 3:40.58. jumped 37 5 for first place and sonal best 8 6".   The 1600m medley relay team of BrandonFinkejumped35'5.5 totake iih Jamie Karels, Cory Kassube, Mike fifth. In the high jump Justin i "t 11. l INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK ! IL TROJAN ANNA SCHUMAcHER finishes well in a recent traek meet. TAKING FIRST PLACE in the high jump at the High Invitational was eighth grader Jesse Cloos. He clmm the first place spot. OHS Spring Sports - Support The Trojans! BASEBALL GOLF DArE   ra srrE TIME May 14 C-A Ortonlle Elbow lake 2:00 p.m. May 16-18-20 Sub-Sections Fergus Falls 9:00 a.m. Ortonvllle 10:00 a.m. TRACK DATE MEET SITE TIME May 15 Pheasant Conference TBA 4:00 p.m.  DATE MEET GIRLS SOFTBALL May 12 WCA (Girl.) DATE  SITE TIM._ May 14 Conference (G & B) May 15-16-19 Sub-sections May 15 Sub-Section (G & B) Page 6 00INDEPENDENT