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Ortonville High School 2008-2009 4th Quarter 7th Grade Superior Honor Roll Cloos. Isaac Mielitz. Tiffany Weber. Abby A Honor Roll Berdan. Katelyn Hoffman. Andrea Larson. Lexy Scholberg. camille A Honor Roll A Honor Roll Mastel, Danielle Gulley, Nicole B Honor Roll Mathes. Joseph Larson. Brandy Adelman, Alexis Meyer. Courtney Mielitz. Kayla Anderson. Skyler Meyer, Kaityn Nelson. Anna , Bohlman. Jordan Nelson. Brandon Spors. Chad Fredrichsen, Hanna Roggenbuck. Dillan Stock. Bryn Gere. Jacob Stolpman. Bonnie Weber. Emily Giese, Brenna Giase, Kirsten B Honor Roll B Honor Roll Hanson, Brooke Athey. Nicholas Adelman. Chelsea Haukos. Annie Barnhardt. Taylor Baerwaldt. Marissa Henrich. Adam Carlson. Brandon Delage, Ryan Kuechenmeister, Taylor Giese. Emily Emde. Christopher Pettyjohn. Lauren Haugen. Jarett Eustice, John Rushford. Samantha Henrich. Jacob Kracke. Shelby Schumacher. Kenneth Jones. Taylor Larson. Aaron Strei. Shelby Kirchberg, Nicole Reisdoprh. Kelsey Taffe. Kelly Kottke. Kaitlyn Stattelman. Charles Teske. Joshua Kuechenmeister. Trent Stotesbery. Taylor Meyer, Jacob Swanson. Chelsey Rehn. Kaitllyn Swanson, Austin Tollakson. Caleb 9th Grade 11th Grade Superior Honor Roll Superior Honor Roll. Berger, Rachel Berdan, Keven Helgeson, Kara Helgeson, Kaylae Knutson, Isaac Koch. Ashley Koch, Dylan Sitter, Natalie Larson, Ales Strei. Andrew Larson, Zachary Vangsness, Palge Roscoe, Rikki Winther. Michael 8th Grade Suparioi" Honor Roll Messmer, Morgan Soransoh, Amber Sorenson, Cassandra A Honor Roll Radermacher, Michaeta Roggenbuck, Jorden B Honor Roll Adelman. Carolyn Blake. Riley Bousquet. Keinen Burman, Andrea Eustice. Hannah Griffith, Stefani Hasslen. Jade Kampen. Erica Larson. Elijah Mott. Garrett Ninneman, Bi'eeahna Schoon. Austin Swanson. Quincy Westlund, Jeanette 10th Grade Superior Honor Roll Thune, Jonah 12th Grade Superior Honor Roll Knutson, Abigail Larson, Randy A Honor Roll Adelman, Paul Maas, Seth A Honor Roll Stevens, Brittany Adelman, Philip Zahrbock, Bryant Burman, Emily Conroy, Lauren B Honor Roll Hoffman, Theresa Arndt, Casey Maas, Shane Athey, Ashley Messmer, Tate Athey, Jennifer Mielitz, Jessica Christopherson, Brooke Rausch, Thomas Dawald, Courtney Scherer, Amber Dewitt, Jack Schumacher, Stephanie Fellows, Matthew Valek, Jessica Gere, Benjamin Grabow, Melissa B Honor Roll Gruenwald, Rachel Adelman, Mallory Henrichs, Jake Berdan, Daniel Johnson, Augusta Chitwood, Christopher Johnson, Benjamin Frevert, Darshell Kirchberg, Jonathan Halvorson, Melissa Larson, Samantha Kampan, Jessy Lindahl, Samantha Kellen, Joseph Marxen, Benjamin Lindahl, Shane Moen, Mackenzie Maas, Brittany Paterson, Michael Oakes, Isaac Ringsaker, Dustin Papasso, Michael Roe, Michael PIIlatzki, Damian Rushford, Candice Plathe, Colin Sammon, Evan Radermacher, Taylor Scherer, Nathan Schneider, Austin Sherod, Christopher Sis, Alexander Thune, Jebadiah Smith Bonnie Joy Treinen, Ashma Taffe, Charles Voecks, Annie W alsh, Bridget W alters, Brittany W estlund, Ashley W atson, Jeffrey HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The Superior Honor Roll consists of those students who have earned at least an A- in each academic class. The "A" Honor Roll includes students who have a grade point average of 3.67 or above. In order to meet the requirements of the "B" Honor Roll, a student must have a grade point average of 2.67 to 3.66 A student who receives a "D", "F," or 'T' in any subject is not qualified for any of the honor roils. AII-Sta is out, The Rosen Express were scheduled Madison: Reid D#kema, Trevor to play two games on Sunday, June 21 Kallhof, *Avan Kells. but were rained out. The game vs. Ortonville: Curt Schake, Joe Prior Lake will not be made up and Fuller, Riley Sammon, John Thomas, the game vs Canby will be made up *Chance Haugen. The team is on Friday, July, I0 at 6:30 p.m. in Managed by Ron Thomas of Rosen. Ortonville and assisted by Mickey This week Rosen will .travel to Rademacher from Rosen. Morris on Wednesday night for an Wood League- Clinton: *Mike 8:00 p.m. contest against the Morris Adelman, Gabe Moberg, Matt Taffe. Eagles. On Saturday Rosen will be Morris: Eric Asche, Kirby host to the Land O' Ducks League Marquardt, John Lembke, Adam All-Star Game featuring the Wood Torkelson, *Criag Knockenmus. League vs. the Teal League, first pitch Chokio: Lee Arvold, Zach Howe, is slated for 4:00. A home run hitting Luke Schmiesing, Tanner Gramm, contest will follow the game. Mitch Daley. Rosters for the 2009 All-Star Game Wheaten: Reed Schmitz, Adam are: Conroy, *Lucas Armstrong, Teal League- Benson: Rick Jepma, Dumont: Aaron Johnson, Adam *Mack Grunnig, Mitch Grunnig, Wes Hoffman, Mike Kill, *Eric Deal, Stettner. Darin Gronwald. The team is man- Canby: *RyanArndt, Justin Girard, aged by Hank Frisch from Dumont Peter Haugen. and assisted by Dale Pryzmus from Appleton: *Kyle Sachs, Brandon Dumont. Berge, Ryan Lee. (Players with * are in the home run Rosen: *Travis Radermacher, hitting contest). Aaron Adelman, Jared Weber. Bears, beaver, deer and other wildlife are active this time of year in parts of Minnesota, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The DNR urges people to leave fawns and other wildlife alone. Jeff Lightfoot, DNR Northeast Region wildlife manager, offers tips for dealing with nuisance wildlife. A doe's method of rearing off- spring is different from a human's, especially for the first few weeks. Within hours of its birth, the fawn is led to a secluded spot and the doe lets it nurse. With a full stomach, the fawn is content to lie down and rest. If the doe has twins, it will hide the second fawn up to 200 feet away. Then the doe leaves to feed and rest herself, out of sight but within earshot. In four or five hours, she will return to feed her young and take them to a new hiding place. They follow this pattern for two to three weeks, and only then, when the fawns are strong enough to outrun predators, do the young travel much with their mother. Deer have evolved a number of special adaptations that make this approach to fawn rearing successful. Fawns have almost no odor, so preda- tors cannot smell them. Their white spotted coats provide excellent cam- ouflage when they are lying on the forest floor. For the first week of life, frightened fawns' instinctively freeze, making full use of their protective coloration. Older fawns remain motionless until they think they have been discovered, and then jump and bound away. A deer's primary protec- tion from predators is its great speed. Newborn fawns are not fast enough to outdistance predators, so they must depend on their ability to hide for pro- tection. Although these adaptations work well against predators, they don't work very well with people. For the first few weeks, a fawn's curiosity may entice it to approach a person The Ortonville Rex traveled to beat out for a hit to load the bases. Chris Fellows with four hits, John Rosen on Saturday, June 20 to battle After a pop out to left field, Chris Thomas, Joe Fuller, and Pete Ross the Prior Lake Mudhens and came Fellows shot a double to right to plate with two hits each while Tim Haugen, away with a very nice 12-2 win over two runs, Pete Ross then walked and Curt Schake, and Matt Fellows each a very good team. Matt Fellows singled to plate two got a hit. Pete Ross had four rbi's on The locals finally got off to a good more runs. the day while Chris and Matt Fellows start. After giving up a run in the top Prior Lake tacked on a run in the each had three. of the first, they came back in the bet- third inning, but the Rex added two Chris Fellows threw a complete tom of the inning, getting a leadoff more runs in the fourth, five more in game, giving up two runs on six hits single from John Thomas, followed the fifth and a single run in the sixth while striking out nine. by a walk to Jeff Watson. Fuller then to end the game. "We really hit the ball quite well. attempted a sacrifice bunt which he Leading hitters for the Rex were Chris pitched a very nice game. It was a real good effort on our part. We had one bad inning on defense and Matt Fellows came up with a diving stop at third and threw the runner out at first to end the inning," stated Rex manager Ron Thomas. The Sunday, June 21 game with Madison was rained out and will be made up on Friday night, July 10 at 8:00 p.m. This week, the Rex travel to Milbank on Friday night for an 8:00 p.m. game and then on Saturday, send Joe Fuller, Riley Sammon, Curt Schake and John Thomas to Rosen to participate in the all-star game with Chance Haugen taking part in the home run contest. It should be a good time in Milbank on Friday night as they get ready for their annual festival. The all-star game, played in Rosen at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, pitting the Teal League against the Wood League should provide some real good base- ball entertainment. GOING THE DISTANCE FOR THE Rox in their 12-2 win last Saturday against Prior Lake played in Rosen is Rox starter Chris Fellows. Fellows went six innings allowing two runs, six hits and struck out nine. The Rox will travel to Milbank this Friday night to battle the Firechiefs beginning at 8 p.m. Area students graduate NSU Minnesota students were among 1,300 to graduate from North Dakota State University in Spring of 2009. Included were the following: From Bellingham: Matthew Douglas Haugen, BS in Business Admininstration; MicahDwight Mork, BS in Agribusiness. From Browns Valley: Tyler J. Appel, BS in Exercise Science. From Clinton: Alissa Kay Martig, BS in Pharmaceutical Science. From Madison: Dawn Marie Bjorgan, BSN in Nursing; Jordan J. Donner, BS in Ag Economics; Brandon J. Haas, PHARMD in Pharmacy. From Ortonville: Alexis Lynn Barr, PHARMD in Pharmacy; Matthew William Thyne, BS in Criminal Justice. Area students on Concordia Dean List Dr. Mark Krejci, provost and dean of the college, has announced the names of students whose, superior aca- who comes upon onto If the bear remains in the area for What's the right way to handle an more than a day or two, contact the encounter with a fawn? Never try to local area wildlife office for addition- catch it. If it's hiding, admire it for a al kuggestions. moment and then quietly walk away. Landowners have the authority to Enjoy the memory, but don't describe the location to others. If the fawn tries remove from their property beavers that are causing damage. With a per- to follow you, gently push on its mit from a conservation officer, shoulders until it lies down, and then beaver trappers can also remove nui- walk away. That's what its mother does when she doesn't want the fawn sance beavers outside of the beaver season. Before contacting the local to follow. Leaving fawns where you conservation officer, consider wrap- found them gives them the best ping shoreline trees in chicken wire chance for survival, fence. The beaver will not chew Black bear sows are raising young through the fence thus preserving the and are hungry. Hungry bears are not tree. averse to taking advantage of food If a beaver dam structure affects found in bird feeders, garbage con- property, DNR authorization is tainers and barbecues. If a bear required to remove it. A device called becomes a problem at a home, the a Clemson Leveler could be installed first approach should be to remove to maintain water flow through the the source of food such as bird feed- dam. The lake association or water- ers and put garbage inside secure shed district should work with the garages. DNR to ensure usefulness and proper If people see a bear they should installation. stay indoors. Bears are generally "Wildlife is wonderful to observe, afraid of humans, but can be unpre- but these animals also should be dictable. Landowners who are trou- respected," Lightfoot said. "Stay safe, bled by nuisance bears should remove have fun, enjoy the outdoors." the attractant. demic achievement during the second semester of the 2008-09 academic year placed them on the Dean's Honor List at Concordia College, Moorhead. Kristin Barr, Sally Helgeson, both May graduates have been named to the Concordia Dean's Honors List. Barr is the daughter of Steve and Phyllis Barr. Sally is the daughter of Larry and Sandra Helgeson, both of Ortonville. 2009 All-Conference softball team announced One Ortonville Trojan girl softball player was named to the Pheasant Conference All-Conference team and three were named Honorable Mention following the conclusion of the 2009 regular season. Selected to the All-Conference team was sophomore Amber Scherer. Selected as Honorable Mention were seniors Rachel Gruenwald and Nicole Nelson and junior Kayla Mielitz. Rounding out the All-Conference team were: Jenna Meissner, Nicki Olson, Carli Randt, Katie Boesl, Megan Boesl and Kati Reisenauer-Brandon- Evansville. Shelby Johnsrud and Molly Taffe- CGB. Amanda Johnson, Kelly Falk, Andrea Moe and Haley Ness-Ashby. Jenna Zimmerman, Nicole Daly and Nicole Gillespie-Chokio- Alberta/Herman-Norcross. Sophia Undseth and Liz Listor- Hillcrest Lutheran. McKinzie Russell-Wheaten. Honorable Mention: Tracy Martig, Kyrsten Karsky and Shelby Bauer-CGB. Jackie Roers, Hannah Olson and Michelle Bruns-Brandon-Evansville. Tonia Fitzsimmons-Ashby. Stefanie Strobel and Kelsey DeCamp-C-A/H-N. AUie Murphy, Hillary Ouse, Paige Stier-Jensen and Lauren Erickson- Hillcrest Lutheran. Sophie Donnelly and Andrea Krumwiede-Wheaton. Jenna Meisner of B-E was named the Conference MVP and Erika Westby of B-E was named Coach of the Year. The 2009 final conference records were: Team W L 1.B-E 12 0 2. Ashby 9 3 3. C-A/H-N 8 4 4. Hillcrest 6 6 5. CGB 4 8 6. Wheaten 2 10 7. Ortonville 1 11 ~iii:i+ +ii!+i!!!! iiiiii!! !iiiiiii Iogy pedlcs : Dr. Preston Steen Dr. Michael Dr. Dr. (Mc Dr. i:i : .::. Dr. Kenneth :ke ( :i:::!I I Dr. I ! Dr. Rob Kruger (Willmar) I Dr, Curt Wischmeier (Aberdeen) ii~::i~i~J;: :i;.i, ::~;i:J Dr, Alex Lebrija (Morris) Dr, Peter Meier (Minneapolis) 3&17 27 Tuesdays vill l!ti al.th. Servi ;es 450 Eastvold Avenue Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2502 I I Tuesday, June 23, 2009 INDEPENDENT Page 7 ] l i I