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Trojan golfers bri home State Champions00gp Trophy The Trojan boys golf team put to- gether a great first day of golf and in the end that was all they needed as they brought home the first athletic team title in school history, capturing the Class 1A Boys State Golf Title. Ortonville finished the tournament with a team score of 311. They were followed by Southwest Christian of Chaska with a 321, Springfield at 328, Sleepy Eye with a 344, Rushford-Pe- terson, last years defending state cham- pion at 355, Mesabi East with a 358, Climax/Fisher at 366 and Park Chris- tian at 367. Severe thunderstorms went through FRESHMAN JADE HASSLEN chips onto the green during the Class 1A State Golf Tournament at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Becker last Wednesday. Hasslen fired a 78 to help the Trojans win the Class 1A Title. the area on Thursday, wiping out play which meant they would go by just the first day scores. Individually for the Trojans, senior Jesse Roscoe fired a 38-35 for a 73, tied for second with last year's state champion Dillon Schultz of Spring- field. Freshman Jade Hasslen tied for 10th, shooting a 42-36 for a 78. Senior Bryn Stock was tied for 13th with 39- 40 for a 79. Charlie Stattelman tied for 20th with 36-45 for an 81. Eighth- grader James Nitz shot a 42-43 for an 85 and junior Nick Giese shot a 50-40 for a 90. The best four scores for each team are used to calculate the team score. Beau Hanson of Frazee was the in- dividual champion shooting a 36-35 for a 71. He finished fourth in last year's state tournament competing in Class 2A. Coach Roger Sandberg was happy to see the team do well at this year's tournament "The Pebble Creek Golf Course has fast greens and is a good course for a state tournament," said Sandberg. "The guys really played the course well as the scores indicate." Senior Jesse Roscoe stated that the course is one of his favorites and that he really enjoyed playing their the last two years. "It is a fun course," said Roscoe. "The greens are very quick, but you do get rewarded for good shots." The golfers were on the course on the second day and had anywhere from two to seven holes to complete when they were pulled from the course due to the weather. Heavy rains, some- where around two inches, and tornado warnings were issued which made of- ficials cancel the second day of com- petition. Senior Bryn Stock summed up the season. "We knew we had a good team, but you never know how things will go at the state meet," said Stock. "It is a good feeling knowing that we were able to accomplish something that we have all worked very hard at." Rosen drops game Big Stone City's 12500 tonvillet Canby,JulyhOSt4 Or- The Rosen Express continued their Roger Hofro 1970 CI14velle SS Top 10 Auto Show defensive stuggles, falling to Canby by a score of 11-1 on Saturday, June 19. Ethan Scoblic started on the hill for Rosen giving up only two eamed runs on the afternoon. The Rosen offense also struggled on the afternoon leav- ing many runners on base in scoring position. The Express managed only four hits on the day. Ryan Parady, Travis Radermacher, Jared Weber and Mickey Rademacher collected the hits. Rosen will be off this week and will next be in action when they play host to Ortonville on Sunday, July 4. First pitch is at 2:30 p.m. t ROX CATCHER ZACH GIESE turns on a Dumont pitch for one of the Rox six hits on the day. The Rox dropped ", two games over the weekend losing to Montevideo on Saturday, 5-4 and then to Dumont on Sunday at home, i 14-3. The Rox will host Starbuck tliis Friday night starting at 7:30 p.m. Rox swept over weekend, host Starbuck this Friday The Ortonville Rox had a tough weekend, losing 5-4 to Montevideo on Saturday and then getting ten-runned by Dumont on Sunday, 14-3. In the Montevideo game, a great pitching effort by Curt Schake was wasted when the Rox could only man- age four runs. The locals managed to leave 11 runners on base. Getting the big hit continues to be a problem. Leading hitters for the Rox were Riley Sammon, Chance Haugen and Curt Schake with two hits each, and John Thomas and Chris Fellows each adding a hit. On Sunday, the Rox had the Du- mont Saints come to town for a Fa- ther's Day game. Dumont has been playing very good ball and that contin- ued as they pounded out 13 hits against four Rox pitchers. They were also given 12 walks and had three batters hit by a pitch. "Those stats do not give you much of a chance to win," stated Rox Man- . ager Ron Thomas. Leading hitters for the Rox were Jeff Watson with two including a dou- ble, while Joe Fuller, Chance Haugen, Zach Giese and John Thomas each added one hit. The Rox will try and break out of their slump this Friday when they host Starbuck in a 7:30 p.m. start and then travel to Benson on Sunday to take on the Chiefs in a 2 p.m. game. Adapted Bowling Team sets new records in 2010 season The Adaptive Bowling team held their awards presentations last week at the Ortonville School. Team letter winners were Zachary Dittel-1 st year, Ashley Paulson-lst year and second year letter winners were Julia Brown, Craig Emde, Joshua Hasslen, Amber Karges and Shelby Whempner. The team had a year with great im- provement, with a number of records broken. The records included: Team points for a match-l,632 against Albany. Team members in- cluded Craig Emde, Amber Karges, Joshua Hasslen and Ashley Paulson. Girls single game with handicap- Julia Brown and Amber Karges both with a 235. Boys single game with handicap- Joshua Hasslen and Craig Erode each with a 232. High Series with handicap-Amber Karges and Joshua Hasslen each with a 432. Doubles High Series with handi- cap-Joshua Hasslen and Julia Brown with a 780. Best game no handicap-Craig Emde with a 127 and Julia Brown with a 115. Best Average-Joshua Hasslen with a 91 and Shelby Whempner with an 81. Most Improved This Year-Ashley Paulson-14 pins. Most Improved from one year ago- Joshua Hasslen-25 pins. Zachary Dittel holds records for PI Division with an average of 99, game at 244 and series at 416. "The team wishes to thank Alley Cat Lanes for all their help this year," said Coach Jan Eifealdt. "We also thank the staff in Special Education for their support and assisting during prac- tices and matches, and to the parents for allowing your sons and daughters to take part in this athletic program." 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Schmeichel named to USF Dean's List Daniel Schmeichel of Odessa, was named to the Dean's List at the Uni- versity of Sioux Falls for the 2010 spring semester. To qualify for the Dean's List, a student must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale. Yeats_Same location ;omethin |n! advance orders for weddings, birthdays, pre-nuptial, parties, etc. in-Store Specials! From Milbank SD: 9 miles north on Hwy 15 and 1/8 mile east From Big Stone City, SD: Take Hwy 109 to Junction 15 then 3 miles south toChoose From Drive Page 6 INDEPE.NDENT Tuesday, June 22, 2010