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I OHS seniors on [ zr,00de Boys track team Conference Champs, girls place third LUKE HARTMAN is the son of Bill and Diane Hartman. He has been active in cross coun- try, track and golf. Luke has been on the Honor Roll and was a senior Homecoming King Candidate. While in school he has been employed at Hartman's Super Valu and the Ortonville Municipal Swimming Pool. Following graduation he plans on attend- ing college and is undecided on a major. SHEILA SCHUMACHER is NATHAN GUNNINK is the the daughter of Todd Hall and son of Cal and Alison Gunnink. Deanna Lobbins. She has been He has been active in football active in Student Council, and church youth group. track and junior high band. Nathan lettered in football, Sheila is currently employed at received a Birch Coulee Blue Monarch Heights. Following Ribbon and was a Winter graduation she plans on Carnival Senior Attendant. attending Lake Area Technical While in school he has been Institute in Watertown, SD for employed at GoFasters and Cosmetology. Schmeichel Farms, Following graduation Nathan plans on attending Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown, SD for Diesel Mechanics. Adaptive Bowling team wraps up season with home match The Ortonville/CGB Adaptive Bowling team has been on a roll. They won their final three matches against Albany, Parkers Prairie and Fergus Falls and Jackson County Central. Craig Emde has been bowling over a 100 average without handicap. Emde and Josh Hasslen set a new doubles record score of 758 for two games with handicap against Jackson County Cen- tral. Julia Brown set a new single game record with handicap of 250 against Parkers Prairie-Fergus Falls. She also led the team against Jackson County Central with a 415. The team finished with a tourna- ment in which Lac qui Parle Valley stu- dents traveled to Alley Cat Lanes on Wednesday, May 11 for a fun day of bowling. "It was great to actually bowl against a team on site," said Coach Jan Eifealdt. "The Lac qui Parle Valley stu- dents don't have a bowling alley in their district and this gave them a chance to see what they could do. They had a good time and we thank them for helping us set a new team record score of 1,685." Ortonville/CGB was led by Shelby Whempner with 450. Ashley Paulson had a 425, Julia Brown had a good se- ries with a 427, and Josh Hasslen and Amber Kargas each had a 383. Kargas bowled a 111 and 107 for a career best. Shelby Whempner also had a career best of 114 for a single game. Zachary Dittel was the only PI com- petitor. He did well winning two sin- gles against Jackson County Central and Albany. The team would like to thank family members who came up for the tourna- ment against LQPV. Their support and cheering really helped them out. Next year, other teams from South Dakota would like to participate. It was a great way to finish the season. LQPV as a team bowled at 1,533, AMBER KARGES of the Ortonville/CGB Adaptive Bowling team is shown above in competition at Alley Cat Lanes in OrtonviUe. Pictured in back- ground are Josh Hasslen (ready to bowl), Craig Erode and Coach Jan [ifealdt. The team completed the season with a home match against Lac qui Parle Valley on Wednesday, May 11. FINISHING STRONG in the 400M Dash is Trojan freshman Brenna Giese, who placed second in the event at the Pheasant Conference Meet last Thursday. Right behind Giese is eighth grader Mackenzie Gustafson who finishedsixth. which is really good for only bowling one time with no practice. The team would like to thank the LQPV team for inspiring them and for every student that participated. Just to be given an opportunity to compete is what Adap- tive Bowling is all about. FIVE STAR The Trojan boys track team was crowned the team champions at the Pheasant Conference Track Meet held on Thursday, May 19 at the Ortonville Track. The Ortonville Girls finished in third place. In the boys division, Ortonville was first with 163 points. They were fol- lowed by Wheaton/Herman-Norcross with 110, Clinton-Graceville- Beardsley with 109, Ashby/Brandon- Evansville with 91, Hancock with 46 and Hillcrest Lutheran with 30. Boys Results Discus-Tate Messmer-2nd. Shot Put-Tate Messmer-2nd and David Lee-5th. Long Jump-Jake Meyer-3rd. High Jump-Jake Meyer- I st. Triple Jump-Jake Meyer- 1 st. Pole Vault-Thomas Rausch-lst, Noah Kottke-2nd, Jake Henrich-3rd and Nick Athey-4th. 4 x 100 Relay-Chris Halvorson, Noah Kottke, Eli Block and Eldon Block-4th. 4 x 200 Relay-Brandon Carlson, Jonah Thune, Jake Meyer and David Lee-3rd. 4 x 400 Relay-Kurt Westlund, Nick Athey, David Lee and Thomas Rausch- 3rd. 4 x 800 Relay-Joe Kellen, Eli Block, Jarrett Haugen and Eldon Block-4th. 100M Dash-Riley Thompson-2nd and Tate Messmer-3rd. 200M Dash-Tate Messmer-2nd and Riley Thompson-4th. 400M Dash-Thomas Rausch-6th. 800M Run-Thomas Rausch-6th. 1600M Run-Jake Henrich-lst, Caleb Tollakson-4th and Nick Athey- 6th. 3200M Run-Jake Henrich-lst and Caleb Tollakson-2nd. 300M Hurdles-Eli Block-4th. In the girls division, the Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley Wolverines were crowned team champions with 128 points. They were followed by Ashby/Brandon-Evansville with 119, Ortonville with 115, Hancock with 65, Hillcrest Lutheran with 59 and Wheaton/Herman-Norcross with 58. Girls Results Discus-Kara Helgeson-2nd, Camille Scholberg-5th and Brooke Hanson-6th. Shot Put-Kara Helgeson-3rd, Mal- lory Adelman-5th and Camille Schol- berg-6th. High Jump-Mackenzie Streich-lst and Kendra Fryer-4th. Triple Jump-Annie Haukos-5th. Pole Vault-Kaitlyn Kottke- 1st, Jamie Gulley-2nd and Mallory Adel- man-3rd. 4 x 100 Relay-Kendra Fryer, Stephanie Arndt, Camille Scholberg and Kara Helgeson-4th. 4 x 200 Relay-Hannah Mathes, Stephanie Arndt, Camille Scholberg and Kara Helgeson-6th. 4 x 400 Relay-Jamie Gulley, Mackenzie Gustafson, Hannah Eustice and Melissa Halvorson-5th. 4 x 800 Relay-Melissa Halvorson, Jamie Gulley, Brooke Hanson and Heidi Sparby-4th. 100M Hurdles-Mackenzie Streich- 5th. 100M Dash-Mallory Adelman-5th. 200M Dash-Brenna Giese-4th, Kendra Fryer-4th. 400M Dash-Brenna Giese-2nd, Annie Haukos-5th and Mackenzie Gustafson-6th. 1600M Run-Annie Haukos-3rd and Kirsten Erickson-6th. The Ortonville track teams will be in action this Thursday, May 26 at the sub-section meet that will be held in Montevideo. The field events start at 4 p.m. with the running events at 5 p.m. PROUDLY DISPLAYING THE FIRST PLACE CONFERENCE TRO- PHY are Trojan seniors Tate Mess- mer, left, and Tom Rausch. The Trojan boys were crowned the Pheasant Conference Champions last Thursday, May 19, finishin with 163 points. Wheaton/Herman-Nor- cross was second with 110. FIVE STAR Ram 1500 Sport w/Hemi, Power Seat Chrome Wheels METICULOUSLY CARED FOR/ - ". CHRYSLER Crossovers .." Q @ '08 Pacifica Ltd. '07 Pacifica '07 Pacifiea '07 Pacifica Ltd. o 0 33,000 Miles Signature Signature 22,000 mimes : AWD 19,000 Miles 41,000 Miles AWD @ o '09 Dodge Journey o /4.- '05 Pacifica Touring Ed. 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