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ORTONVILLE TEAMS MEDAL IN TOURNAMENT. Members of the Ortonville blue and Ortonville orange teams competed in a round robin p)( .I play tourney with two swift county teams, YME and Minnewaska in tlbe second annual Ortonville Juniors 16's Volleyball Tournament May 9 at Big Stone School. Each match consisted of two games, with the top four teams advancing afterpoolplay was completed. The top two seed- ed teams, Swift County (E) and Ortonville Orange (pictured above), played a best two out of three game match for the championship. Winning 15-10 in the first game, Swift came back to win the second game 1-12, which sent the match into a rally game. Ortonville Orange was defeated 15-12 to receive second place honors. Team members, from left to right in back, are Coach Larry Mischke, Danielle Beyer, Jill Randall and Carmen Leger. In front are Kylie Mischke, Sara Graham, Hilary Wiese and Stacy Amundson. OrtonvUle Blue (pictured below) played YME for the third place match, winning 15-12, 12-15, and 15.10 an the third exciting rally game. Pictured in 6ack are Jessica Tollefson, Katie Thymian, Linasey Nelson, Amy Haukos and Samantha Strege. In front are Kelly Larson, Megan Reiffenberger and Coach Beth Mueller. Both teams were very successful at the tourney and would like to thank everyone for their support. r  ' z ......  OHS/Lady Linksters win Tipsinah Mounds invite The Ortonville Girl's Golf Team won theTipsinah Mounds Invitational in Elbow Lake on Tuesday, May 18th. The Lady Trojans shot a team total 381 to edge out host West Central by five strokes. Nine teams competed in the meet. Scores for Ortonville were Jennifer Berning with an 84 (second place), Lindsey Nelsen at 96 (fifth place), Kelly Larson at 100 (7th place) and Tiffany Radermacher at 101 (10th place). Nikki Thielke shot a 104 and Rebekah Zahrbock a 122. The Lady Linksters shot a team total 389 and won the Quad-County Conference Golf Meet at Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls on Thursday, May 20th. Lindsey Nelsen shot an 85 and was medalist in the meet. Jennifer Berning was a close second at 89. Other Ortonville scores were Tiff Radermacher at 105, Nikki Thielke at 110, Ashley Zahrbock at 115 and Rebekah Zahrbock at 122. Jennifer, Lindsey and Tiffany were named to the All-Conference team. Lac Qui Parle Valley narrowly defeated the Trojans in the Sub- Section Tournament last Friday in Benson. The LqPV Eagles shot a 388, 2 strokes better than the Trojans. Lindsey Nelsen once again won medalist honors with an 87. Jennifer Berning shot a 94 which was good for 6th place. Both girls qualified for the Section Tournament to be held at the Marshall Golf Club on Friday. Tiff Radermacher shot a 100, Nikki Thielke a 109, Ashley Zahrbock a 123 and Rebekah Zahrbock a 132. t. 00SaeCt!00on Fifteen, Trojans00 w samanthatraCkse,On  He,d, their ,o,a,r the 6A Sectional Track and Field Witmebel tied for sixth place, team consisted NO LEAGUE SCHEDULE THURSDAY, MAY 27 MEMORIAL 00TOURNAMEN00 Championships at North Dakota State University in Fargo, as the team had some surprises by some of their young people and also some disappoint- ments. The official results have not been received for all results and places. B reckenridge-Campbell-Tintah won both the boys and girls team title, fol- lowed by Morris and then Ortonville; other teams in the Sub-Section are Pheasant Conference teams except Hillcrest Lutheran. The following track members medaled in the following events: Carmen Leger placed first in the discus with a personal best of 126'3" and then second in the shot put as she will advance in both. Her throwing teammates Jessica Chase and Sarah LaVoi, eighth and ningh graders, will also advance, taking third and fourth with career best throws of more than 80 feet in the discus. Bhike Schmieg, another ninth grad- er, will ,also advance in the discus as he threw well over 100 feet. In the jumping events, Ruth Goergen ttxk first in the triple jump with a hop, skip and jump of more than 34'. Megan Reiffenberger just missed advancing a she went over 29'. Ruth will also advance in the long jump and pole vault. Kassi Karels placed fifth in the pole vault. Jesse Cloos will advance in the high jump as he is another ninth grader who Jeremy Iverson, who is a member of two sprint relay teams that placed third behind Breckenridge and Morris, will advance in the pole vault. Elizabeth Thompson ran her best time of the season to win the 100 meter hurdles, but a very sore ankle kept her out of her second event, the triple jump. Kassi Karels placed sixth in the 100 meter hurdles. James Thompson also will go in his first Section as a sophomore as he also took first in the 110 meter high hur- dles. Joe Karels (ninth) ran a lifetime best in the 300 meter hurdles and just missed placing. Dan Raumh had another gxxl day jumping in the triple jump as he took first at close to 38'. He also filled in for injured Tom Inhrzato in the sprint relays with Mike Lovgren, Jeremy and Jesse Cloos. Bridget Athey, David Heirigs and Terry Heirigs led the mid distance members of the track teams. Bridget ran a season ,and maybe lifetime best in the 1600 meter mn to advance. David ran in filth until his last kick at the end and showed how much heart he had as he ran to advance at 5:05. Terry ran a gtx race in the 3200 meter run for a med,'d to advance. Bridget also placed in the 3200 at fifth and Amy Jo Smith, a seventh grader, beat her best time by 20 seconds to place, as did Joe Karels. The l-ays and girls 3200 meter Heirigs, The girls ran thl son at 10:57 with Hilary Libka, Spars. meter dash Kelsey and Lisa meter Kendra gl"ader. This season best time t Mike Lov the 100 meter very consistent meter. Jesse Clo0s 200 meter dash. grader, also meter run. Randall all ran is a ninth Kelsey on in the another nice some good Matt Grabow career best time in  winning his heat ill' David Heirigs, Kriesel placed relay. Kriesel vault. Fargo will with prelims in finals will be FINISHING UP THE RELAY is trackster Kelsey Henningson, who will advance to Sectional competition in the 300 meter hurdles. Annual men's league Memorial Tournament Ortonville Men's Golf League will hold its Memorial Tournament this Thursday, May 27th. Entry fee is $10. It will be a two man best ball, low net per hole tournament, sign up and tee off from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Teams must play in a foursome. | Trojan boys take confe and Sub-Section titles On Monday, May 17, the Trojans won the 12 team West Central Area Invite with a team score of 307. Dan Ross and Pete Ross shot 75's to lead the Orange and Black efforts. Tracy Grossman fired a 77, Andy Ross 80, Mike Sandberg 84 and Scott Sandberg 87. Thursday, May 20, the Trojans won their third consecutive Quad County Golf Championship with a team score of 311 at the Pebble Lake Course in Fergus Falls. CACGB was second at 322, WCA 328, Hillcrest 344, Ashby-Evansville 345, Underwood 355, Henning 360, Browerville 362, Osakis 366, WHN 367 and Eagle Valley 389. Scott Sandberg and Tracy Grossman led the Trojans with scores of 76 and 77 respectively, Andy and Pete Ross notched 79's, Dan Ross carded a 81 and Mike Sandberg a 83. All six Trojans made the All- Conference team, with Tracy finishing second overall with a 37.0 average, Andy third (37.4) Pete fourth (37.6), Dan fifth (38.0), Scott (38.8), and Mike tenth (40.0). Friday, May 21, the Trojans defended the Sub-Section 12A honors at Benson by taking home their fourth consecutive a team score of and at 323, BOLD 355, CRAY 38 I. Tracy consecutive honors with a Ross came in Sandberg plac Ross shot 80, Sandberg 83. The 3A play at :ii i i il BIG STONE WALLEYE LEA(;UE ~ WEEK 2 RESULTS ~ 2nd place JiMM[ 0000":00Ok00iiiiiiil;i00i000000h 7.4 Ibs. 3rd place :RI iiiiii:::::?::::::::iiiiiflsh 3.5 Ibs. (Monday Ni!ii  on to Public. RegiStdt ' b!O p.m. MinnKota Arche ] ARCHERY CARPI % rs '/" Tournament" May 22-June 20 Ii  COST: $5 one fish, $10 multiple entr00es WEIGH-IN AT BUD'S BAIT, ORTONVILLE, MN TWO CATEGORIES...Total Pounds - Biggest Fish HELP WANTED Cook & Waitresses CASHTOWN CAFE Phone 320-839-3451 Sponsored by Bud's Bait, Dr. Greg Peterson, Dr. Ronn McDaniel, Jim and Son's Lumber, Charnberlain's Sporting Goods DAVE HEIRIGS MAKES HIS J.UMP .as the Trojans competed !n the Sub-Section meet last week, sending 15 members to the Sectional meet. City.RCAP group mamng progress The Steering Committee for Ortonville's Rural Community Advancement Program met yesterday to lay the groundwork for the community's vision. About 15 volunteers attended the meeting. The Survey Subcommittee and the Promotions Subcommittee gave reports on their progress and will meet again prior to the next Steering Committee meeting. The next meeting will be held Monday, June 21 at noon at the Granite Room of Cashtown Cafe in Ortonville. The public is asked to attend and bring their ideas and visions for the Big Stone Lake community. STEVE ROGGENBUCK TRANSPORTS THE WALLEYES to the scales during the weigh BEFORE THEIR TRIP DOWN THE "WALLEYE SLIDE", the fish recovered eral area children helped out. Above, Bryce Benson, 8, displays one of the day tournament, as other area youth look on. He is the son of Bruce and Page 6 INDEPENDENT ORTONVILLE TEAMS MEDAL IN TOURNAMENT. Members of the Ortonville blue and Ortonville orange teams competed in a round robin p)( .I play tourney with two swift county teams, YME and Minnewaska in tlbe second annual Ortonville Juniors 16's Volleyball Tournament May 9 at Big Stone School. Each match consisted of two games, with the top four teams advancing afterpoolplay was completed. The top two seed- ed teams, Swift County (E) and Ortonville Orange (pictured above), played a best two out of three game match for the championship. Winning 15-10 in the first game, Swift came back to win the second game 1-12, which sent the match into a rally game. Ortonville Orange was defeated 15-12 to receive second place honors. Team members, from left to right in back, are Coach Larry Mischke, Danielle Beyer, Jill Randall and Carmen Leger. In front are Kylie Mischke, Sara Graham, Hilary Wiese and Stacy Amundson. OrtonvUle Blue (pictured below) played YME for the third place match, winning 15-12, 12-15, and 15.10 an the third exciting rally game. Pictured in 6ack are Jessica Tollefson, Katie Thymian, Linasey Nelson, Amy Haukos and Samantha Strege. In front are Kelly Larson, Megan Reiffenberger and Coach Beth Mueller. Both teams were very successful at the tourney and would like to thank everyone for their support. r  ' z ......  OHS/Lady Linksters win Tipsinah Mounds invite The Ortonville Girl's Golf Team won theTipsinah Mounds Invitational in Elbow Lake on Tuesday, May 18th. The Lady Trojans shot a team total 381 to edge out host West Central by five strokes. Nine teams competed in the meet. Scores for Ortonville were Jennifer Berning with an 84 (second place), Lindsey Nelsen at 96 (fifth place), Kelly Larson at 100 (7th place) and Tiffany Radermacher at 101 (10th place). Nikki Thielke shot a 104 and Rebekah Zahrbock a 122. The Lady Linksters shot a team total 389 and won the Quad-County Conference Golf Meet at Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls on Thursday, May 20th. Lindsey Nelsen shot an 85 and was medalist in the meet. Jennifer Berning was a close second at 89. Other Ortonville scores were Tiff Radermacher at 105, Nikki Thielke at 110, Ashley Zahrbock at 115 and Rebekah Zahrbock at 122. Jennifer, Lindsey and Tiffany were named to the All-Conference team. Lac Qui Parle Valley narrowly defeated the Trojans in the Sub- Section Tournament last Friday in Benson. The LqPV Eagles shot a 388, 2 strokes better than the Trojans. Lindsey Nelsen once again won medalist honors with an 87. Jennifer Berning shot a 94 which was good for 6th place. Both girls qualified for the Section Tournament to be held at the Marshall Golf Club on Friday. Tiff Radermacher shot a 100, Nikki Thielke a 109, Ashley Zahrbock a 123 and Rebekah Zahrbock a 132. t. 00SaeCt!00on Fifteen, Trojans00 w samanthatraCkse,On  He,d, their ,o,a,r the 6A Sectional Track and Field Witmebel tied for sixth place, team consisted NO LEAGUE SCHEDULE THURSDAY, MAY 27 MEMORIAL 00TOURNAMEN00 Championships at North Dakota State University in Fargo, as the team had some surprises by some of their young people and also some disappoint- ments. The official results have not been received for all results and places. B reckenridge-Campbell-Tintah won both the boys and girls team title, fol- lowed by Morris and then Ortonville; other teams in the Sub-Section are Pheasant Conference teams except Hillcrest Lutheran. The following track members medaled in the following events: Carmen Leger placed first in the discus with a personal best of 126'3" and then second in the shot put as she will advance in both. Her throwing teammates Jessica Chase and Sarah LaVoi, eighth and ningh graders, will also advance, taking third and fourth with career best throws of more than 80 feet in the discus. Bhike Schmieg, another ninth grad- er, will ,also advance in the discus as he threw well over 100 feet. In the jumping events, Ruth Goergen ttxk first in the triple jump with a hop, skip and jump of more than 34'. Megan Reiffenberger just missed advancing a she went over 29'. Ruth will also advance in the long jump and pole vault. Kassi Karels placed fifth in the pole vault. Jesse Cloos will advance in the high jump as he is another ninth grader who Jeremy Iverson, who is a member of two sprint relay teams that placed third behind Breckenridge and Morris, will advance in the pole vault. Elizabeth Thompson ran her best time of the season to win the 100 meter hurdles, but a very sore ankle kept her out of her second event, the triple jump. Kassi Karels placed sixth in the 100 meter hurdles. James Thompson also will go in his first Section as a sophomore as he also took first in the 110 meter high hur- dles. Joe Karels (ninth) ran a lifetime best in the 300 meter hurdles and just missed placing. Dan Raumh had another gxxl day jumping in the triple jump as he took first at close to 38'. He also filled in for injured Tom Inhrzato in the sprint relays with Mike Lovgren, Jeremy and Jesse Cloos. Bridget Athey, David Heirigs and Terry Heirigs led the mid distance members of the track teams. Bridget ran a season ,and maybe lifetime best in the 1600 meter mn to advance. David ran in filth until his last kick at the end and showed how much heart he had as he ran to advance at 5:05. Terry ran a gtx race in the 3200 meter run for a med,'d to advance. Bridget also placed in the 3200 at fifth and Amy Jo Smith, a seventh grader, beat her best time by 20 seconds to place, as did Joe Karels. The l-ays and girls 3200 meter Heirigs, The girls ran thl son at 10:57 with Hilary Libka, Spars. meter dash Kelsey and Lisa meter Kendra gl"ader. This season best time t Mike Lov the 100 meter very consistent meter. Jesse Clo0s 200 meter dash. grader, also meter run. Randall all ran is a ninth Kelsey on in the another nice some good Matt Grabow career best time in  winning his heat ill' David Heirigs, Kriesel placed relay. Kriesel vault. Fargo will with prelims in finals will be FINISHING UP THE RELAY is trackster Kelsey Henningson, who will advance to Sectional competition in the 300 meter hurdles. Annual men's league Memorial Tournament Ortonville Men's Golf League will hold its Memorial Tournament this Thursday, May 27th. Entry fee is $10. It will be a two man best ball, low net per hole tournament, sign up and tee off from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Teams must play in a foursome. | Trojan boys take confe and Sub-Section titles On Monday, May 17, the Trojans won the 12 team West Central Area Invite with a team score of 307. Dan Ross and Pete Ross shot 75's to lead the Orange and Black efforts. Tracy Grossman fired a 77, Andy Ross 80, Mike Sandberg 84 and Scott Sandberg 87. Thursday, May 20, the Trojans won their third consecutive Quad County Golf Championship with a team score of 311 at the Pebble Lake Course in Fergus Falls. CACGB was second at 322, WCA 328, Hillcrest 344, Ashby-Evansville 345, Underwood 355, Henning 360, Browerville 362, Osakis 366, WHN 367 and Eagle Valley 389. Scott Sandberg and Tracy Grossman led the Trojans with scores of 76 and 77 respectively, Andy and Pete Ross notched 79's, Dan Ross carded a 81 and Mike Sandberg a 83. All six Trojans made the All- Conference team, with Tracy finishing second overall with a 37.0 average, Andy third (37.4) Pete fourth (37.6), Dan fifth (38.0), Scott (38.8), and Mike tenth (40.0). Friday, May 21, the Trojans defended the Sub-Section 12A honors at Benson by taking home their fourth consecutive a team score of and at 323, BOLD 355, CRAY 38 I. Tracy consecutive honors with a Ross came in Sandberg plac Ross shot 80, Sandberg 83. The 3A play at :ii i i il BIG STONE WALLEYE LEA(;UE ~ WEEK 2 RESULTS ~ 2nd place JiMM[ 0000":00Ok00iiiiiiil;i00i000000h 7.4 Ibs. 3rd place :RI iiiiii:::::?::::::::iiiiiflsh 3.5 Ibs. (Monday Ni!ii  on to Public. RegiStdt ' b!O p.m. MinnKota Arche ] ARCHERY CARPI % rs '/" Tournament" May 22-June 20 Ii  COST: $5 one fish, $10 multiple entr00es WEIGH-IN AT BUD'S BAIT, ORTONVILLE, MN TWO CATEGORIES...Total Pounds - Biggest Fish HELP WANTED Cook & Waitresses CASHTOWN CAFE Phone 320-839-3451 Sponsored by Bud's Bait, Dr. Greg Peterson, Dr. Ronn McDaniel, Jim and Son's Lumber, Charnberlain's Sporting Goods DAVE HEIRIGS MAKES HIS J.UMP .as the Trojans competed !n the Sub-Section meet last week, sending 15 members to the Sectional meet. City.RCAP group mamng progress The Steering Committee for Ortonville's Rural Community Advancement Program met yesterday to lay the groundwork for the community's vision. About 15 volunteers attended the meeting. The Survey Subcommittee and the Promotions Subcommittee gave reports on their progress and will meet again prior to the next Steering Committee meeting. The next meeting will be held Monday, June 21 at noon at the Granite Room of Cashtown Cafe in Ortonville. The public is asked to attend and bring their ideas and visions for the Big Stone Lake community. STEVE ROGGENBUCK TRANSPORTS THE WALLEYES to the scales during the weigh BEFORE THEIR TRIP DOWN THE "WALLEYE SLIDE", the fish recovered eral area children helped out. Above, Bryce Benson, 8, displays one of the day tournament, as other area youth look on. He is the son of Bruce and Page 6 INDEPENDENT