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Trojan baseball defeated Dawson, lost to KMS in last week's play Trojan baseball players defeated Dawson-Boyd 9-3 in Ortonville on Tuesday night. Dawson-Boyd scored one run in the first inning and two runs in the fourth inning to total their three runs. Ortonville scored one run in the first inning, three in the second, and five in the sixth to total their nine runs. Craig Mork had two hits for the night. Cory Stattelman, Kelly Stattelman, Riley Summon, Ben Zahrbock, Dave Rausch and Tony Weber each had one hit for the Trojans. Cory Stattelman got the win for Ortonviile, pitching seven innings, allowing six hits, walking one and striking out six. The boys played againts KMS at Kerkhoven Friday, where KMS used two home-runs and one grand-slam to defeat the Trojans 10-3. Ortonville scored two runs in the first inning, and a run in the third inning to total their three runs. KMS scored three runs in the first inning, five in the third on a couple of errors, a couple hits and a grand-slam home run. In the fifth inning, KMS hit a two run home run to score their ninth and tenth points. Kelly Stattelman and Landon Franzky had two hits each for the night. Cory Stattelman, Craig Mork, Riley Sammon, Dave Rausch and Derek Guse each had one hit for Ortonville. THROWING THE STRIKE, Trojan pitcher Cory Stattelman fires off a pitch during last week's game against Dawson-Boyd. dunior High golfers see action in Elbow Lake, take fifth place OHS Trojan junior high golfers traveled to Elbow Lake for the West Central Area Junior High Invite on Tuesday. Out of 10 teams, Ortonville placed fifth with a score of 210. West Central Area placed first with a score of 182, Hillcnest placed second at 191, Osakis was third with 195, and Underwood took fourth with a score of 201. Kyle Giese was low score for the Trojans, taking a score of 49. Justin Gruenwald followed with a 52, Luke Kafka 54, Mitch Taffe 55, Andy Maas and Ramsey Roscoe both had 56. Ashton Conroy had a 62, and Greg Maas had 64. The varsity golf team competed at Hillcrest on Thursday. The Trojans finished ninth in the 13 team event, with a team score of 372. HiUcrest won the meet with a score. of 3 I1. 'Aie DaW'ald placed" seventh ' for the Trojans, shooting an 80. Other Trojan scorers for the day were Zach Kafka with a 93, Coney Tollefson at 99, and Matt Nelson with 100. OHS TROJAN GOLFER Corey Tollefson hitting a drive during a recent golf meet. Friday, May 16 Breakfast: K-2 Cereal Choices, Toast, 3-6 Cereal or Breakfast Hot Pocket, Orange Juice, Milk Lunch: Soft Shelled Tacos, Lettuce, Cheese, Batter Bite Fries, Applesauce, Churros Monday, May 19 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk Lunch: Turkey Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Pineapple Orange Sauce. Dinner Rolls Tuesday, May 20 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR French Toast Sticks, Syrup, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Dell Ham and Cheese, Cheesy Potatoes, Garden Peas, Apple Crisp, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese I School lunch Tuesday, May 13 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Fruit Snack Bar, Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Chickenwich, Fruit Snack Bar, Ice Cream Sandwich, K-3 Chicken Nuggets, Bread Slice, Grapes, Fortune Cookie, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy Wednesday, May 14 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Apple Muffins, Orange Smiles, Milk Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs, 4-12 Curly Fries, K-3 Smiley Fry, California Veggies, Diced Peach Sauce, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Thursday, May 15 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Trix Yogurt, Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk Lunch: Fiesta Pizza, Lettuce, Salsa, Fresh Veggies and Dip, Diced Pear Sauce, Chocolate Pudding, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Bellingham school news MN Capitol Trip Schedule Thursday, May 15 7:00 depart school, short stop 11:00 Capitol Tour 12:00 sack lunch 1:00 Science Museum 2:00 Omni 3:00 Depart Stop for supper 7-7:30 arrive home Chaperones are Mr. Sheldon, also bus driver, Mrs. Asche, Mrs. Snaza, Miss Weness and Mrs. Hoffman. A letter has been sent home with your child. If you did not receive one, please contact the school. Thank you. Field Trip for P-2 to AMPI Friday, May 16 Breakfast at school as usual Visit AMPI in Dawson Visit Heather Nursery in Dawson The children will pack their own sack lunch for noon. They may also bring along a small snack for the bus ride, please make sure their beverage has a screw-on cover. Your child should also wear their green Bellingham t-shirt and/or sweatshirt, if the morning is cool. They will be eating in the park for lunch and it can be cool. Trinity VBS Trinity Townwalter will hold their VBS on June 9-13. Their theme this year is "Follow Me to the Fiesta". More details in next weeks Paw Print. The Best Parts of 3rd Grade 2002. 2003 The trips to Stonecreek, the Morris play, bowling, the best teacher, birthday celebrations, our 3rd grade fun day, learning multiplication, division and decimals, art projects, science lessons on rocks, plants and volcanoes, learning to write in cursive having freetime, doing the play "The Boy Who Cried Wolf", going to the dances, and having 2 new students in our class. The Best Parts of 5th Grade 2002 - 2003 Doing fun projects in art, being in the "'real" band, the cool subjects, making pillows in PFLS, having fun and great teachers, making more interesting things in shop, having Mr. Krogsrud as homeroom teacher, the field trips, the fun last day of school, having new students, experiments in science, baking in Mrs. Asche's class, getting good parts in the musicals, playing games in class with teachers and classmates, getting to play in the recitals with friends and the music teachers. The Best Part of 4th Grade 2002 - 2003 Civil War reports, science fair, cooking with Mrs. Asche, being with friends, doing fun art projects, watching the ants in the science room, hatching chicks, watching Teddy the Triops grow, Mrs. Hoffman as homeroom teacher, studying the weather in science, celebrations, making stuff in shop, EE., learning new games, physical fitness, Krogsrud dodgeball, tricking people on April Fool's Day, lunch the food, fire posters and poppy poster contests, spelling SOME liked the IOWA Basics testing, working on the musicals withMiss Weness, nice secretaries, cleaning up the school grounds, music, and fun classes. The Best Parts of 6th Grade 2002- 2003 We get to go to the State Capitol, being in charge of the dances, field trips, Belanger laughing, cheerleading, playing basketball, outside recess, nice teachers, making pillows and cooking in PFLS, building the shed and other shop projects, playing games, being in charge of the 100th Day Special Interest Friday, going to the Morris play, all music programs, afterschool activities, back seat bus rides, going to Stonecreek, lunches, computer games and graduation. Summer Library Programs The Madison invites you to take summer reading is entitled "Expl Your Library". is the summer ambassador. He the light bulb, the a bright idea. Lynette Nelson Idnen's Librarian. Tuesday, 5-13 builders; 7:00 grade graduation Wednesday, Lyceum "Hollyw. Thursday, trip/Omni for grades a,-6 Friday, 5-16 Heather Nursery own sack lunch Monday, 5-19 graders at Parle 1:00 trip for gr. Friday, 5-21 recital Last day sticks, Wednesda breakfast cheese, applesauce Fridayuapple English muffins Tuesdv peaches, cherry milk. potatoes, corn, milk. apple slices Fridayu3-6 o apple wedges, Trojan track competed at True Team Meet in action last Trojan tracksters held the shot put, third in discus, fourth in high Verndahl, WCA Ortonville Invitational on Thursday, jump. Both the lady competing against Morris, Canby- The boys' 4x800 relay team took teams took eighth Minneota, Laq Qui Parle-Dawson- third, the 4x200 team placed fourth, Girls' individual Boyd, CACGB and Wheaton. and the 4x100 relay team took fourth. Lisa Spors, first in The girls took fourth place for the Landon Franzky placed third in the Sarah Lavoi, day, and the boys placed third as a 1600 meter run and fifth in the 3200 Rebecca Hillman, team. Lisa Spors took second place in meter run. Joey Ambriz took fifth in Amanda Croatt, the 800 meter run, setting a new the 1600 run. Eric Collins placed first Megan Croatt, serd. She also placed fifth in in triple jump, first in pole vault and and the 4x800 ' r high Jump. , fourth m the 300 meter hurdles, fourth in Other individual placers for the Brian Vanorny took home sixth in Boys' girls include, Sarah Lavoi, second in long jump and third in the 200 meter who took fourth the I00 meter dash, fourth in shot put; dash. Ross Randall took third in the discus and fifth in Rebecca Hillman, fifth in discus, third 400 meter dash, fifth in the 800 meter Vanorny placed in shot put; Ashley Nelson, sixth in run, and fourth in discus, dash, and Eric the 1600 meter run; Emily Sammon, Dylan McLain placed third in pole the 300 meter third in high jump; Megan Croatt, vault, Kirby Athey took fourth in pole pole vault. fourth in the 400 meter dash, second vault and sixth in the 3200 meter run. "Great in pole vault. The 4x400 relay team placed fourth weather," says Amanda Croatt took first in pole for the day. about the meet, vault, Courtney Kriese placed fifth in On Tuesday, the team travelled to 24 participants." the 300 meter hurdles, the 4x 100 relay Barnesville to participate in the True The team will team placed first, 4x800 relay team Team meet. Pheasant third, and the 4x400 relay team third. Twelve teams participated in the Thursday, May Individual place winners for the meet, including Morris, Frazee, track. boys included Michael Stone, placing Mahnomen, DGF, Pelican Rapids, CACGB, fourth in the 110 hurdles, Ryan Cloos, Osakis, Agassiz Valley, Hawley Vien Norcross, fourth in the 100 meter dash, fifth in Nitterdahi, Wheaton, Bertha Hewitt Hancock. Boy born Apr. 30 to Brian Hamann's Brian and Carri Hamann of Ortonville announce the birth of their son, Keegan Michael, born April 30, 2003. He weighed eight Ibs., three ounces and was 22 inches long. Grandparents are Ron and Linda Chase of Clinton and Ray and Irene Hamann of Ortonville. Great Grandparents are Ella Sackreiter of Milbank and Marlys Chase of Clinton. NORTItSTAR REA HYBRIPS Seed Treating and Bag or Bulk FULL LINE OF SEEDS SALES AGRONOMIST - Ed 877-363-1732 HABERER SEEDS- 320-795-2468 Gwing-Pcessmg-Marketing TYPICAL ONE STORY TYPICAL ONE-HALF/-I-V/O STORY TYPICAL 2ND 0 f: O !  '[ or appearance proposed for the houses Accordin to Dovolis' plan, the live/work houses LIVE-WORK HOUSES are included in the master plan for development in Ortonville, which was presented. Big Stone Lake,to'develop the lake front area. g by Dean Dovolis of DJR Architecture to Ortonville's EDA last week. Pictured above, the plan for the exteri- Page 10  INDEPENDENT TuesdaY' Trojan baseball defeated Dawson, lost to KMS in last week's play Trojan baseball players defeated Dawson-Boyd 9-3 in Ortonville on Tuesday night. Dawson-Boyd scored one run in the first inning and two runs in the fourth inning to total their three runs. Ortonville scored one run in the first inning, three in the second, and five in the sixth to total their nine runs. Craig Mork had two hits for the night. Cory Stattelman, Kelly Stattelman, Riley Summon, Ben Zahrbock, Dave Rausch and Tony Weber each had one hit for the Trojans. Cory Stattelman got the win for Ortonviile, pitching seven innings, allowing six hits, walking one and striking out six. The boys played againts KMS at Kerkhoven Friday, where KMS used two home-runs and one grand-slam to defeat the Trojans 10-3. Ortonville scored two runs in the first inning, and a run in the third inning to total their three runs. KMS scored three runs in the first inning, five in the third on a couple of errors, a couple hits and a grand-slam home run. In the fifth inning, KMS hit a two run home run to score their ninth and tenth points. Kelly Stattelman and Landon Franzky had two hits each for the night. Cory Stattelman, Craig Mork, Riley Sammon, Dave Rausch and Derek Guse each had one hit for Ortonville. THROWING THE STRIKE, Trojan pitcher Cory Stattelman fires off a pitch during last week's game against Dawson-Boyd. dunior High golfers see action in Elbow Lake, take fifth place OHS Trojan junior high golfers traveled to Elbow Lake for the West Central Area Junior High Invite on Tuesday. Out of 10 teams, Ortonville placed fifth with a score of 210. West Central Area placed first with a score of 182, Hillcnest placed second at 191, Osakis was third with 195, and Underwood took fourth with a score of 201. Kyle Giese was low score for the Trojans, taking a score of 49. Justin Gruenwald followed with a 52, Luke Kafka 54, Mitch Taffe 55, Andy Maas and Ramsey Roscoe both had 56. Ashton Conroy had a 62, and Greg Maas had 64. The varsity golf team competed at Hillcrest on Thursday. The Trojans finished ninth in the 13 team event, with a team score of 372. HiUcrest won the meet with a score. of 3 I1. 'Aie DaW'ald placed" seventh ' for the Trojans, shooting an 80. Other Trojan scorers for the day were Zach Kafka with a 93, Coney Tollefson at 99, and Matt Nelson with 100. OHS TROJAN GOLFER Corey Tollefson hitting a drive during a recent golf meet. Friday, May 16 Breakfast: K-2 Cereal Choices, Toast, 3-6 Cereal or Breakfast Hot Pocket, Orange Juice, Milk Lunch: Soft Shelled Tacos, Lettuce, Cheese, Batter Bite Fries, Applesauce, Churros Monday, May 19 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk Lunch: Turkey Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Pineapple Orange Sauce. Dinner Rolls Tuesday, May 20 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR French Toast Sticks, Syrup, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Dell Ham and Cheese, Cheesy Potatoes, Garden Peas, Apple Crisp, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese I School lunch Tuesday, May 13 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Fruit Snack Bar, Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Chickenwich, Fruit Snack Bar, Ice Cream Sandwich, K-3 Chicken Nuggets, Bread Slice, Grapes, Fortune Cookie, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy Wednesday, May 14 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Apple Muffins, Orange Smiles, Milk Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs, 4-12 Curly Fries, K-3 Smiley Fry, California Veggies, Diced Peach Sauce, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Thursday, May 15 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Trix Yogurt, Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk Lunch: Fiesta Pizza, Lettuce, Salsa, Fresh Veggies and Dip, Diced Pear Sauce, Chocolate Pudding, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Bellingham school news MN Capitol Trip Schedule Thursday, May 15 7:00 depart school, short stop 11:00 Capitol Tour 12:00 sack lunch 1:00 Science Museum 2:00 Omni 3:00 Depart Stop for supper 7-7:30 arrive home Chaperones are Mr. Sheldon, also bus driver, Mrs. Asche, Mrs. Snaza, Miss Weness and Mrs. Hoffman. A letter has been sent home with your child. If you did not receive one, please contact the school. Thank you. Field Trip for P-2 to AMPI Friday, May 16 Breakfast at school as usual Visit AMPI in Dawson Visit Heather Nursery in Dawson The children will pack their own sack lunch for noon. They may also bring along a small snack for the bus ride, please make sure their beverage has a screw-on cover. Your child should also wear their green Bellingham t-shirt and/or sweatshirt, if the morning is cool. They will be eating in the park for lunch and it can be cool. Trinity VBS Trinity Townwalter will hold their VBS on June 9-13. Their theme this year is "Follow Me to the Fiesta". More details in next weeks Paw Print. The Best Parts of 3rd Grade 2002. 2003 The trips to Stonecreek, the Morris play, bowling, the best teacher, birthday celebrations, our 3rd grade fun day, learning multiplication, division and decimals, art projects, science lessons on rocks, plants and volcanoes, learning to write in cursive having freetime, doing the play "The Boy Who Cried Wolf", going to the dances, and having 2 new students in our class. The Best Parts of 5th Grade 2002 - 2003 Doing fun projects in art, being in the "'real" band, the cool subjects, making pillows in PFLS, having fun and great teachers, making more interesting things in shop, having Mr. Krogsrud as homeroom teacher, the field trips, the fun last day of school, having new students, experiments in science, baking in Mrs. Asche's class, getting good parts in the musicals, playing games in class with teachers and classmates, getting to play in the recitals with friends and the music teachers. The Best Part of 4th Grade 2002 - 2003 Civil War reports, science fair, cooking with Mrs. Asche, being with friends, doing fun art projects, watching the ants in the science room, hatching chicks, watching Teddy the Triops grow, Mrs. Hoffman as homeroom teacher, studying the weather in science, celebrations, making stuff in shop, EE., learning new games, physical fitness, Krogsrud dodgeball, tricking people on April Fool's Day, lunch the food, fire posters and poppy poster contests, spelling SOME liked the IOWA Basics testing, working on the musicals withMiss Weness, nice secretaries, cleaning up the school grounds, music, and fun classes. The Best Parts of 6th Grade 2002- 2003 We get to go to the State Capitol, being in charge of the dances, field trips, Belanger laughing, cheerleading, playing basketball, outside recess, nice teachers, making pillows and cooking in PFLS, building the shed and other shop projects, playing games, being in charge of the 100th Day Special Interest Friday, going to the Morris play, all music programs, afterschool activities, back seat bus rides, going to Stonecreek, lunches, computer games and graduation. Summer Library Programs The Madison invites you to take summer reading is entitled "Expl Your Library". is the summer ambassador. He the light bulb, the a bright idea. Lynette Nelson Idnen's Librarian. Tuesday, 5-13 builders; 7:00 grade graduation Wednesday, Lyceum "Hollyw. Thursday, trip/Omni for grades a,-6 Friday, 5-16 Heather Nursery own sack lunch Monday, 5-19 graders at Parle 1:00 trip for gr. Friday, 5-21 recital Last day sticks, Wednesda breakfast cheese, applesauce Fridayuapple English muffins Tuesdv peaches, cherry milk. potatoes, corn, milk. apple slices Fridayu3-6 o apple wedges, Trojan track competed at True Team Meet in action last Trojan tracksters held the shot put, third in discus, fourth in high Verndahl, WCA Ortonville Invitational on Thursday, jump. Both the lady competing against Morris, Canby- The boys' 4x800 relay team took teams took eighth Minneota, Laq Qui Parle-Dawson- third, the 4x200 team placed fourth, Girls' individual Boyd, CACGB and Wheaton. and the 4x100 relay team took fourth. Lisa Spors, first in The girls took fourth place for the Landon Franzky placed third in the Sarah Lavoi, day, and the boys placed third as a 1600 meter run and fifth in the 3200 Rebecca Hillman, team. Lisa Spors took second place in meter run. Joey Ambriz took fifth in Amanda Croatt, the 800 meter run, setting a new the 1600 run. Eric Collins placed first Megan Croatt, serd. She also placed fifth in in triple jump, first in pole vault and and the 4x800 ' r high Jump. , fourth m the 300 meter hurdles, fourth in Other individual placers for the Brian Vanorny took home sixth in Boys' girls include, Sarah Lavoi, second in long jump and third in the 200 meter who took fourth the I00 meter dash, fourth in shot put; dash. Ross Randall took third in the discus and fifth in Rebecca Hillman, fifth in discus, third 400 meter dash, fifth in the 800 meter Vanorny placed in shot put; Ashley Nelson, sixth in run, and fourth in discus, dash, and Eric the 1600 meter run; Emily Sammon, Dylan McLain placed third in pole the 300 meter third in high jump; Megan Croatt, vault, Kirby Athey took fourth in pole pole vault. fourth in the 400 meter dash, second vault and sixth in the 3200 meter run. "Great in pole vault. The 4x400 relay team placed fourth weather," says Amanda Croatt took first in pole for the day. about the meet, vault, Courtney Kriese placed fifth in On Tuesday, the team travelled to 24 participants." the 300 meter hurdles, the 4x 100 relay Barnesville to participate in the True The team will team placed first, 4x800 relay team Team meet. Pheasant third, and the 4x400 relay team third. Twelve teams participated in the Thursday, May Individual place winners for the meet, including Morris, Frazee, track. boys included Michael Stone, placing Mahnomen, DGF, Pelican Rapids, CACGB, fourth in the 110 hurdles, Ryan Cloos, Osakis, Agassiz Valley, Hawley Vien Norcross, fourth in the 100 meter dash, fifth in Nitterdahi, Wheaton, Bertha Hewitt Hancock. Boy born Apr. 30 to Brian Hamann's Brian and Carri Hamann of Ortonville announce the birth of their son, Keegan Michael, born April 30, 2003. He weighed eight Ibs., three ounces and was 22 inches long. Grandparents are Ron and Linda Chase of Clinton and Ray and Irene Hamann of Ortonville. Great Grandparents are Ella Sackreiter of Milbank and Marlys Chase of Clinton. NORTItSTAR REA HYBRIPS Seed Treating and Bag or Bulk FULL LINE OF SEEDS SALES AGRONOMIST - Ed 877-363-1732 HABERER SEEDS- 320-795-2468 Gwing-Pcessmg-Marketing TYPICAL ONE STORY TYPICAL ONE-HALF/-I-V/O STORY TYPICAL 2ND 0 f: O !  '[ or appearance proposed for the houses Accordin to Dovolis' plan, the live/work houses LIVE-WORK HOUSES are included in the master plan for development in Ortonville, which was presented. Big Stone Lake,to'develop the lake front area. g by Dean Dovolis of DJR Architecture to Ortonville's EDA last week. Pictured above, the plan for the exteri- Page 10  INDEPENDENT TuesdaY'