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Rex defeat Madison to win Teal League Tournament The Ortonville Rex traveled to Madison on Saturday, July 31 and came away with a 6-2 win over Madi- son to wrap up the Teal 'League Tour- nament for the 2010 season• Madison had defeated Rosen earlier in the day. The win gives the Rex a #1 seed head- ing into the Region 9C Tournament this weekend. Ortonville fell behind 1-0 in the top of the first on an unearned run. The score stayed that way until the bottom of the second when the Rex plated two runs. Cory Stattelman drew a two-out walk. Riley Sammon followed with a single and Andrew Treinen got a big double to score both Stattelman and Sammon. JeffWatson led off the fourth inning with a home run making the score 3-1 after four innings• Riley Sammon led off the fifth inning by reaching on an error. Sammon then stole second and scored on a double by Andrew Treinen to make the score 4-1. Madison added an unearned run in the eighth, only to have the Rex score two more runs in the bottom half of the inning when Zach Giese led off with a single. Giese was sacrificed to second by Chris Fellows. John Thomas then singled Giese to third, with Chance Haugen lacing a single to score Giese. After a fly out, Sammon singled home Thomas for the locals sixth and final run of the game. Joe Fuller was the winning pitcher. going the distance allowing two un- earned runs on five hits and striking out eight• Leading hitters for the Rex were Andrew Treinen with two doubles• Riley Sammon and Chance Haugen each with two hits. Jeff Watson with a home run and Zach Giese, Chris Fel- lows and John Thomas each with one hit. "Joe Fuller really is pitching well for us right now and it's nice to see An- drew Treinen continuing to swing the bat well," said Rex Manager Ron- Thomas. "He leads us in RBI's and hasn't played baseball for a couple of years. Hopefully we can carry this mo- mentum into the Regions because the competition only gets tougher•" At the region meeting Sunday, Aug. 1, the Rex found out they would be playing Sacred Heart in the first round of the Region 9C Tournament. That game will be played on Saturday, Aug. 7 in Madison at approximately 1:30 p.m. In the draft. Ortonville picked up Je- remy Ohm and Mickey Rademacher. both from the Rosen Express. "We hope to see a good crowd at the game • this Saturday," said Thomas. If the Rex win on Saturday, they would play again on Sunday, Aug. 8 in Madison at 1 p.m. against the winner of the Morris/Dumont contest. The first round of the tournament is single elimination, and double elimination thereafter. 605-467-0589 2010 REGION 9C TOURNAMENT Saturday August 7 Sunday Saturday Sunday 11:00 1:30 4:00 6:30 Morris Dumont Ortonville Sacred Heart Raymond Appleton I Loser tO B Clinton 3:30 Madison 3:30 Loser's Bracket Saturday C A B 1:00 t Sunday 1:00 3:30 Champion Free license now re- quired for hunters younger than 16 Youth younger than 16 must obtain a free license to hunt small game this fall, according to the Minnesota De- partment of Natural Resources (DNR). Although the license is free, it is subject to a nominal vendor service charge. The new license requirement, man- dated by the Legislature in 2008, af- fects a number of popular game species including squirrel, rabbit, grouse, pheasant and waterfowl• Youth also must satisfy all requirements re- lated to hunter education and firearms safety. Small game season opens Saturday, Sept. 18. Free youth licenses are avail- able on,line at www.mndnr.gov/buyal- icense and at the DNR License Center. 500 Lafayette Road in St. Paul. The new youth small game hunting licenses also are available at DNR li- cense agents across Minnesota. Li- cense agents are allowed to charge a 50-cent fee for any free license or per- mit. Youth licenses are available via phone at 888-665-4236 but a nominal customer service fee will be charged. Steaks, Roasts, Hamburger Pork Chops & Roasts 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE $79.95 $39.95 HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-6PM; Sat. 8AM-5:30PM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 -Per Lb. II Per Lb• Per • .... Whoie- Per I:b, .... II II , Per Lb. HALF A HOG ..................... OC DELl TURKEY ................. $3.99 Locally Grown Pork-Per Lb. K)l.a Per Lb, Locally Grown Beef - Per Lb. KIil K)F Hamburger Patties ......... $2.99 QUART(=RS & SlDES...I.O Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. HICKORY SMOKED BACON ................................................. $3.99 Hunting, trapping regu!ations handbook for 2010 ava,lable Minnesota's 2010 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Handbook is now available wherever hunting and angling licenses are sold• online atwww.mndnr.gov, and in many Min- nesota Department of Natural Re- sources (DNR) offices across the state• Hunters should familiarize them- selves with the regulations book before the hunting season begins, since there are a number of new regulations• "The changes are aimed at provid- ing more recreational opportunity, streamlining regulations, or improving wildlife management."Merchant said hunters should review new deer hunt- ing regulations, permit area designa- tions and boundary changes before the September application deadline for ei- ther-sex deer permits in lottery areas. and for all special hunts• Deer permit area boundary changes Numerous deer permit area bound- aries in central and northern Minnesota have changed• These changes do not affect season length or license require- ments. They were made to better align boundaries with publiC and private land and associated deer densities. In most cases• the permit area numbers have changed so hunters should con- sult the 2010 fold-out map prior to pur- chasing a license. Applying for either-sex deer per- mits This year hunters can apply for lot- tery deer areas and special hunts using both their firearm and muzzleloader li- censes. Previously, a person could apply using only one license. The deadline for lottery and special hunt applications is Thursday Sept• 9. Al- though a hunter can be selected for both licenses, successful applicants still can only take one deer. In the case of special hunts, a person may draw both a firearm and muzzleloader per- mit, in which case they must adhere to kids ,reh't =r?o the bag limits established by each spe cial hunt. 2010 lottery deer areas 103. 108. 118. 119.127. 152.155. 169,171,172, 173. 176.183. 184.197.218.219•223. 224,229,230,235,238,246,247,250, 251. 252. 253. 255. 258. 259. 262.269. 270.271. 272.273. 274.275. 276.277. 278. 279.280.281. 283. 285. 289.290. 291,294.295,296. 299. 338A. 338B. 347A. 347B. Several new regulations are being implemented in all 300-series deer areas. These regulations are in effect for the archery, 3A and 3B firearms. and muzzleloader seasons• The regula- tions: • Institute a four-point to one side antler point restriction• Only bucks tha have at least one four-point antler car be legally harvested. This regulatior will be in place during all season, (archery, 3A, 3B, muzzleloader). Youtl hunters age 10 - 17 do not have tc comply with the regulation: they car continue to take any antlered buck However. adults cannot take ar antlered deer for a youth hunter. • Prohibit buck cross-tagging. In al 300 series deer areas, hunters canno tag antlered bucks for each other Hunters can still take and tag antlerles, deer for each other• • Lengthen the 3A season to ninq days. The 3A season will be from NovL 6-14. Youth deer season Several deer permit areas in south= east and northwest Minnesota will be open for a special youth deer season from Oct. 21-24• The season will pro- vide an opportunity for parents, guardians and mentors to schedule and plan a special deer hunt with youth. Youth ages 10-15 at the time of the hunt may participate and take a deer of either sex. Adults may not carry a firearm. Public land is open as is pri- vate land. provided the youth hunter has landowner permission. Participants must meet all firearms safety require- ments and obtain a license for taking deer by firearm. Deer permit areas open during the youth season are: 101. 105,111, 114. 201. 203. 208.209,256,257,260,263, 264,267,268,338. 339,341,342,343, 344.345. 346. 347. 348. 349. and 601. New deer registration options This year. hunters have three ways they can register harvested deer. DNR will retain the walk-in registration sta- tions that have been used in years past. New this year is the option of using the telephone or internet as well. Certain areas will be blocked from phone or In- ternet registration because of disease surveillance or special regulations, and hunters can find detailed information in the 2010 regulations booklet• Trophies, Awards, iaques, Mugs, Gifts, Vinyl Graphex, Wail Art, Signs, Decals, Reflective Decals, Caps, Jackets, Spirit Wear, Jerseys, T's We PrinL FULL O.OLOR lTanner00! weprintonanythi )m PURE PERFECTIONS. ! 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