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tary students compete Call Track Meet in June 3TH, Tony Schake launches a softball during COmpetition during last week's Last Call Track Meet. A Last Call Track Meet was held as part of Ortonville's Summer Recreation last Monday, June 30 for elementary school-aged kids. Results for the 50 meter dash in the six and under age group include Jamie Kelly, first; McKenzy Lane, second; Clarissa Blake, third and Tyler in fourth. In the boys' six and under catego- ry, first place was awarded to Michael Schake, second to Walker Lane. In the seven to eight year-old category, Jenas Schneider placed first. Cole Peters placed first in the boys' catego- ry, with Tony Schake taking second. McKenzy Lane placed first in the girls' six and under 100 meter dash. Michael Schake took first for the boys and Walker Lane placed second. In the 7-8 year-old category, KaDe Lane placed first for the girls, and Tony Schake placed first for the boys. Riley Blake took second place. Austin Schneider placed first in the boys' 9-10 category of the 100 meter dash competition. Jenae Schneider placed first in the seven and eight year-old category of the 400 meter dash, with Cole Peters placing first for the boys. In the 9-10 year-old category, Austin Schneider took first place. In the Softball Throw Competition, Jamie Gulley took first in the six and under category. Emily Giese placed first for nine and ten year-aids, Tony Schake placed first among seven and eight year-aids, with Riley Blake placing second. Austin Schneider placed first in the 9 and 10 category for the boys. First place in the standing long jump was awarded to Cole Peters, with Tyler Peters taking first in the six years-old and under competition. Riley Blake placed first in the run- ning long jump. Jenae Schneider placed first and KaDe Lane second in the girls' 7 and 8 category. First place winner in the running long jump six and under competition was Jamie Gulley. Emily Giese won first place among nine and ten year-aids in the competition. Fish and enthusiasts should VFW BULLET PLAYER Cory Stattelman is pictured above scrambling to tag a runner out during a recent Bullet's home game. Bombers shut Canby 6-0 w00ll enter 00nto ' of season The Ortonville-Valley Bombers defeated Canby on Sunday, in a 6-0 Bombers' shut out. Bomber Curt Schake started on the mound for the Bombers, scattering eight hits. Joe Fuller closed the game in the bottom of the ninth inning, achieving two strike-outs. Fuller pitched Canby's batting order, striking out the first and last batters on the ros- ter. "The team had a great win again, with great defense for all nine innings," said Bomber Coach Todd Johnson. "The defense only commit- ted one error during the game." Johnson attributes the win to a great defense and quality pitching, and says with the combination of the two elements, the team will continue to win. Sodak laws changes set for August2 An 18-hole three lady scramble orders indicating the resident is on will be held at the Ortonville Golf officials for the vehicle, the doors on the side of the active duty stationed outside of South Course on Saturday, August 2. vehicle nearest the roadway must be closed, but the engine may remain running; and c. If the person who discharges a firearm is less than 50 yards from the vehicle, all of the doors of the vehicle must be closed and the engine shall be turned off. The legislature also made it a Class 1 misdemeanor for any per- son who, while hunting a road right- of-way, to negligently endanger another person, or put that person in fear of imminent serious bodily harm. • The amount of damage required to a boat or snowmobile before it becomes a reportable accident was raised from $500 to $1,000 or more to any one person's property or two thousand dollars or more in any one accident. • Residents on active military duty who entered the military from South Dakota and who are currently sta- tioned out-of-state are no longer required to purchase a resident small game or fishing license. However, if the resident is hunting migratory birds, he or she is required to obtain a migratory bird certification and feder- al migratory bird stamp. While engaged in the permitted activity, the resident shall have in their possession and shall display appropriate military Dakota and a valid South Dakota dri- ver's license or South Dakota identifi- cation card. This law does not apply to reserve and National Guard units on training assignments. • The act of"recreational spotlight- ing" was prohibited for a specific time of year. From 10 p.m. to sunrise from Sept. 1 through Jan. 31, inclusive, no person may operate an artificial light (except headlights) to spot or locate any wild animal. The two exceptions to the law are those hunting raccoons on foot with dogs and landowners/operators and up to one guest who hunt on the landowners' or operators' land using a .22 caliber rimfire firearm or shotgun with shot- shells. • A person possessing a valid per- mit to shoot from a stationary motor vehicle issued by the department is no longer required to transport a firearm unloaded and/or cased on an ATV. These laws and other laws related to GFP are accessible on the State of South Dakota website at http://leg is. state.sd.us/index.cfm. Questions on hunting and fishing laws can be directed to a person's county conservation officer or via the GFP website at wildinfo@state.sd.us. 18 hole scramble i The game will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Coffee and rolls will be served before, from 8 to 9 a.m., and dinner will be served following play. Cash will be awarded, along with special prizes and raffle items. Advance registration must be in by July 30. Please send registrationffee, GHIN number (copy of handicap card) as a team, as well as name and phone number of one team member. The cost to enter will be $30 per non-member and $25 per member. Only one player per team with the USGA handicap of 20.0 or less is allowed. The maximum handicap per player will be capped at 45.0. Total team handicap will be adjusted by the committee. To enter, send or call registration to Ev Johnson, 41115 U.S. Highway 75, Ortonville, MN 56278 or 320-839- 2181. You may also email registra- tions to evgjohnson@maxminn.com. Golf carts are available for rent through the Club House, and anyone with questions can contact Betty Reinke at 320-839-3084 or mreinke @ info-link.net. and changes to ame effective Dave the laws and cover road snowmobiling active-duty mill- spotlight- an ATV. important the and understand McCrea asks each read and under- so we can keep in our amended laws The law now at a small dove, a road enters pri- to the bird The hunter private ts unarmed The Bombers' offense was led by Brian Appel, who went three for five hitting. Dan Rausch added two hits, as did Curt Schake, who hit a two- RBI double in the fifth inning, to bring the Bomber lead 6-0. "We also had real strong play behind the plate with Derek Reick," said Johnson. "There were no stolen bases or passed balls. He also picked off a runner from second base in the fourth inning, which was a big momentum builder." The Bombers have won three of their last four games, and are entering the home stretch of their regular sea- son, with three games in three days. "We are confident," said Johnson, "I invite all the fans to get out and sup- port the Bombers in the final games of regular play." The team will play again at home on Saturday, where they will take on Alexandria at 7:30 p.m. They will travel to Clinton on Sunday to play against the Cards for a 2 p.m. game. Playoffs are scheduled to begin on Friday, July 18. See future issues of The Ortonville Independent for a tour- nament schedule. "The team that can play defense will win," said Johnson. "Many of the teams have been defeated in close games, just like the Bombers, it is a real close league." Bombers' coaches and players extend a thank you to all fans who have ventured out to cheer for the team so far this season, and would also like to thank Rausch Brothers Monument for providing cold water during Sunday's game. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! ] SNORTUM'S LANDSCAPE Professional Landscape • 30 years experience • Brick paver installation • Automatic lawn irrigation • Ponds and waterfalls • Retaining walls We provide quality design and construction in the field of horticulture! GRANITE FALLS, MN Schmidt's Landing Walleye League RESULTS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 2003 8TH OF 13 WEEKS Points Earned 1st Jerry McMahon/Kurt Eastman 14.0# + .4(release bonus) = 14.4 10 2nd Jack's Body Shop 9.4# + .3 (release bonus) = 9.7 9 3rd Arneson Tire Shop 9.0# + .3 (release bonus) = 9.3 8 4th Jeff Jackson/Ryan Steege 8.4# + .3 (release'bonus) = 8.7 7 5th Rolly Karels/Ken VanDover 8.4# + .3 (release bonus) = 8.7 6 (A total of 28 fish were caught & released by 18 teams!) Big Fish this week was Jeff Jackson and Ryan Steege's 4.80 walleye. Person is road the fol- Ust park or stop right-hand a from the ornFest ise-ln CAR TEST Interest UII NO INTEREST FOR 18 MONTHS. August 16 AGE BRACKETS under - 13-18 - adult The Ortonville Independent For car show info: 320-839-3600 or 320-563-8716 Visit us at our website: Jte Ata www.bigstonecruisers.com *To qualified buyers, $499 minimum purchase, with payments. ilJrce see store for details. Offer expires soon. APPLIANCE • TV ' FURNITURE souRcE00,I00,e00/'/00 Milbank, SD • 1/2 Block N of Fire Hall • 605-432-6491 * 1-800-435-2612 You..,,o-..'.o. I INDEPENDENT Page 13 tary students compete Call Track Meet in June 3TH, Tony Schake launches a softball during COmpetition during last week's Last Call Track Meet. A Last Call Track Meet was held as part of Ortonville's Summer Recreation last Monday, June 30 for elementary school-aged kids. Results for the 50 meter dash in the six and under age group include Jamie Kelly, first; McKenzy Lane, second; Clarissa Blake, third and Tyler in fourth. In the boys' six and under catego- ry, first place was awarded to Michael Schake, second to Walker Lane. In the seven to eight year-old category, Jenas Schneider placed first. Cole Peters placed first in the boys' catego- ry, with Tony Schake taking second. McKenzy Lane placed first in the girls' six and under 100 meter dash. Michael Schake took first for the boys and Walker Lane placed second. In the 7-8 year-old category, KaDe Lane placed first for the girls, and Tony Schake placed first for the boys. Riley Blake took second place. Austin Schneider placed first in the boys' 9-10 category of the 100 meter dash competition. Jenae Schneider placed first in the seven and eight year-old category of the 400 meter dash, with Cole Peters placing first for the boys. In the 9-10 year-old category, Austin Schneider took first place. In the Softball Throw Competition, Jamie Gulley took first in the six and under category. Emily Giese placed first for nine and ten year-aids, Tony Schake placed first among seven and eight year-aids, with Riley Blake placing second. Austin Schneider placed first in the 9 and 10 category for the boys. First place in the standing long jump was awarded to Cole Peters, with Tyler Peters taking first in the six years-old and under competition. Riley Blake placed first in the run- ning long jump. Jenae Schneider placed first and KaDe Lane second in the girls' 7 and 8 category. First place winner in the running long jump six and under competition was Jamie Gulley. Emily Giese won first place among nine and ten year-aids in the competition. Fish and enthusiasts should VFW BULLET PLAYER Cory Stattelman is pictured above scrambling to tag a runner out during a recent Bullet's home game. Bombers shut Canby 6-0 w,II enter ,nto og(00 of season The Ortonville-Valley Bombers defeated Canby on Sunday, in a 6-0 Bombers' shut out. Bomber Curt Schake started on the mound for the Bombers, scattering eight hits. Joe Fuller closed the game in the bottom of the ninth inning, achieving two strike-outs. Fuller pitched Canby's batting order, striking out the first and last batters on the ros- ter. "The team had a great win again, with great defense for all nine innings," said Bomber Coach Todd Johnson. "The defense only commit- ted one error during the game." Johnson attributes the win to a great defense and quality pitching, and says with the combination of the two elements, the team will continue to win. Sodak laws changes set for August2 An 18-hole three lady scramble orders indicating the resident is on will be held at the Ortonville Golf officials for the vehicle, the doors on the side of the active duty stationed outside of South Course on Saturday, August 2. vehicle nearest the roadway must be closed, but the engine may remain running; and c. If the person who discharges a firearm is less than 50 yards from the vehicle, all of the doors of the vehicle must be closed and the engine shall be turned off. The legislature also made it a Class 1 misdemeanor for any per- son who, while hunting a road right- of-way, to negligently endanger another person, or put that person in fear of imminent serious bodily harm. • The amount of damage required to a boat or snowmobile before it becomes a reportable accident was raised from $500 to $1,000 or more to any one person's property or two thousand dollars or more in any one accident. • Residents on active military duty who entered the military from South Dakota and who are currently sta- tioned out-of-state are no longer required to purchase a resident small game or fishing license. However, if the resident is hunting migratory birds, he or she is required to obtain a migratory bird certification and feder- al migratory bird stamp. While engaged in the permitted activity, the resident shall have in their possession and shall display appropriate military Dakota and a valid South Dakota dri- ver's license or South Dakota identifi- cation card. This law does not apply to reserve and National Guard units on training assignments. • The act of"recreational spotlight- ing" was prohibited for a specific time of year. From 10 p.m. to sunrise from Sept. 1 through Jan. 31, inclusive, no person may operate an artificial light (except headlights) to spot or locate any wild animal. The two exceptions to the law are those hunting raccoons on foot with dogs and landowners/operators and up to one guest who hunt on the landowners' or operators' land using a .22 caliber rimfire firearm or shotgun with shot- shells. • A person possessing a valid per- mit to shoot from a stationary motor vehicle issued by the department is no longer required to transport a firearm unloaded and/or cased on an ATV. These laws and other laws related to GFP are accessible on the State of South Dakota website at http://leg is. state.sd.us/index.cfm. Questions on hunting and fishing laws can be directed to a person's county conservation officer or via the GFP website at wildinfo@state.sd.us. 18 hole scramble i The game will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Coffee and rolls will be served before, from 8 to 9 a.m., and dinner will be served following play. Cash will be awarded, along with special prizes and raffle items. Advance registration must be in by July 30. Please send registrationffee, GHIN number (copy of handicap card) as a team, as well as name and phone number of one team member. The cost to enter will be $30 per non-member and $25 per member. Only one player per team with the USGA handicap of 20.0 or less is allowed. The maximum handicap per player will be capped at 45.0. Total team handicap will be adjusted by the committee. To enter, send or call registration to Ev Johnson, 41115 U.S. Highway 75, Ortonville, MN 56278 or 320-839- 2181. You may also email registra- tions to evgjohnson@maxminn.com. Golf carts are available for rent through the Club House, and anyone with questions can contact Betty Reinke at 320-839-3084 or mreinke @ info-link.net. and changes to ame effective Dave the laws and cover road snowmobiling active-duty mill- spotlight- an ATV. important the and understand McCrea asks each read and under- so we can keep in our amended laws The law now at a small dove, a road enters pri- to the bird The hunter private ts unarmed The Bombers' offense was led by Brian Appel, who went three for five hitting. Dan Rausch added two hits, as did Curt Schake, who hit a two- RBI double in the fifth inning, to bring the Bomber lead 6-0. "We also had real strong play behind the plate with Derek Reick," said Johnson. "There were no stolen bases or passed balls. He also picked off a runner from second base in the fourth inning, which was a big momentum builder." The Bombers have won three of their last four games, and are entering the home stretch of their regular sea- son, with three games in three days. "We are confident," said Johnson, "I invite all the fans to get out and sup- port the Bombers in the final games of regular play." The team will play again at home on Saturday, where they will take on Alexandria at 7:30 p.m. They will travel to Clinton on Sunday to play against the Cards for a 2 p.m. game. Playoffs are scheduled to begin on Friday, July 18. See future issues of The Ortonville Independent for a tour- nament schedule. "The team that can play defense will win," said Johnson. "Many of the teams have been defeated in close games, just like the Bombers, it is a real close league." Bombers' coaches and players extend a thank you to all fans who have ventured out to cheer for the team so far this season, and would also like to thank Rausch Brothers Monument for providing cold water during Sunday's game. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! ] SNORTUM'S LANDSCAPE Professional Landscape • 30 years experience • Brick paver installation • Automatic lawn irrigation • Ponds and waterfalls • Retaining walls We provide quality design and construction in the field of horticulture! GRANITE FALLS, MN Schmidt's Landing Walleye League RESULTS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 2003 8TH OF 13 WEEKS Points Earned 1st Jerry McMahon/Kurt Eastman 14.0# + .4(release bonus) = 14.4 10 2nd Jack's Body Shop 9.4# + .3 (release bonus) = 9.7 9 3rd Arneson Tire Shop 9.0# + .3 (release bonus) = 9.3 8 4th Jeff Jackson/Ryan Steege 8.4# + .3 (release'bonus) = 8.7 7 5th Rolly Karels/Ken VanDover 8.4# + .3 (release bonus) = 8.7 6 (A total of 28 fish were caught & released by 18 teams!) Big Fish this week was Jeff Jackson and Ryan Steege's 4.80 walleye. Person is road the fol- Ust park or stop right-hand a from the ornFest ise-ln CAR TEST Interest till NO INTEREST FOR 18 MONTHS. August 16 AGE BRACKETS under - 13-18 - adult The Ortonville Independent For car show info: 320-839-3600 or 320-563-8716 Visit us at our website: Jte Ata www.bigstonecruisers.com *To qualified buyers, $499 minimum purchase, with payments. ilJrce see store for details. Offer expires soon. APPLIANCE • TV ' FURNITURE souRcE00,I00p00/'00 Milbank, SD • 1/2 Block N of Fire Hall • 605-432-6491 * 1-800-435-2612 ou..,,o-..-'.o. I INDEPENDENT Page 13