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Big Stone Legion Polecats sweep M ilbank in two games Milbank hosted Big Stone last week, and the visitors came away with two wins. Josh Deboer started and went the distance for the Polecats to run his record to 6-1. He gave up three runs, two earned on two hits, and walked three and struck out 11 Milbank batters. Big Stone mashed out 16 hits on their way to the 14-3 win. Jim May belted a two run homer in the first to give Big Stone an early lead. Milbank scored after an error when Eric Shultz doubled to knock in Milbank's first run and their first hit. Ben Schell also doubled for Milbank's other hit. Seven players each had two hits apiece for Big Stone with Chris Engebretson, Justin Pearson and Derek Homrighausen each getting a two-bagger. Jim May collected Big Stone's 22nd homerun for the year. Adam Dasheil started and held his own for five innings, but Big Stone turned up the bats in the sixth and seventh for 12 runs and 12 hits. Big Stone took the night cap 8-1 in five innings to run their record to 13- 4 for the season. The Polecats used three pitchers to tune up for the regions in Bryant this week so Adam Thymian started and was followed by Jim May and Jeremy Ohm. The three held Milbank to one unearned run and three hits. Brian Docter went the whole five innings for Milbank, giving up eight runs, all earned on eight hits, while walking six. Adam Thymian and Josh Deboer doubled for the Polecats and John Thomas added a two run single in the second inning. Justin Pearson and Ethan Scoblic each had two hits for Big Stone. Ben Schell had two of Milbank's three hits. Big Stone traveled to Sisseton on Saturday, and will play in the region at Bryant, SD on Wednesday. Milbank is done now until Wednesday in Bryant. r Men's" t Golf Schedule 18-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 1 TEAM 24 Aden LaCombe Todd Cloos Ray Thompson Mike Miller TEAM 2 TEAM 25 Roger Sandberg John Drewelow Randy Stattelman Gene O'Neill TEAM3 TEAM 26 Wesley Stral Wendell Paulsen Duane Stock Art Novak TEAM4 TEAM 27 Gerry Kunz Randy Stock Tony Rauscl} Virgil Gerber "WEAM5 TEAM 13 Scott Simonitch Dan Petersen Ron Athey Marcel Bieniek TEAM 23 TEAM 14 Bob Dybvig Jerry Stattelman Doug Smith Kad Duhr TEAM7 TEAM 15 Jim Kaercher Bill Pansch Brett Jacobsen Tom Kindt TEAM 8 TEAM 16 Norm Davis Verden Tom - GordonGloege  TEAM 9 TEAM 17 Herb Streich Les Iverson -rv Mikkelson Vic Colago TEAM 10 TEAM 18 Dennis Hullstrom Tom Kramer Glenn Nelson Tim Holtquist TEAM 11 TEAM 19 Blair Johnson Robert Pflueger Bill Thyne Morrle Hoffman TEAM 12 TEAM 20 Bill I-lartman Virgil Sis Mike Rausch Gary Watkins TEAM 22 TEAM 21 Ray Seiler Terry Gere John Stolpman Gary Johnson 9-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 10 TEAM9 Paul Biascyk Tim Jurgens Stan Nalson Gordon Htppen TEAM 11 TEAM8 Gary Dinnel Jerry Wjman Brent Zahrbock Brent Nelson TEAM 12 TEAM7 Joe Berning Curt Bystol Dale Rnke Dan Nelson TEAM 13 TEAM 6 3emle Kirchberg Randy Christensen Greg Peterson Jim Teske TEAM 14 TEAM5 Roger Nomes Ryan Dinger Jim Collins Roger Bird TEAM 15 TEAM4 Dave Larson Bob Ross Jim Schmeichel Bdan Delage TEAM 16 TEAM3 Dave Reiffenberger Mad(Gem Joe Radermacher Dan Petersan, Jr. TEAM 17 TEAM2 Dave Ellingson Dan Walberg Tim Swanson Sam I-iaugen TEAM 18 TEAM1 Kalth Gse Val Rausch Dave Gruenwald Mottle Howland TEAM 19 TEAM 22 Dennis dustison Edc Torgerson John Cunningham Mike Swenson TEAM 20 TEAM 21 Mark Hughes Tim Glese Dan Oakes Mike I-lynnek SUBSTITUTE LIST LaVeM Berkner, -tim Scherer, Ed ToMleon, Robert Yaeger, Darrell Brecke, Tim Radermaoher, Sev Steen, Steve Hoffmen, Bnco Swigerd, John Mmht, Am Alxlemon, Don Tlgs, Glenn Fladermar, Aun  Brock Tatge, fl  I Special Prices on New Home Sewing Machines & Sergers Page 6 OHS Trojan Gym the" ot spot" this summer VThis past week, the Ortonville them. This past week, more than 80 High School "Trojan Gym summer athletes participated each day conditioning program began the sixth sweating up a storm and doing what it year of preparing and conditioning takes to get a jump on the fall sports athletes. The purpose of the summer seas,,on. conditioning program is to help 'Our kids really got after it this athletes get in top shape and prepare week," said Trojan Coach Kyle them for the upcoming sports season. Inforzato who is in charge of the The program is flexible to meet program. "With the heat this past most athlete's schedules, meeting week, it would be easy to make Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, with sessions at 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. OnMonday and Thursday, athletes go through agility drills and circuit weight training at the Ortonville High School Gym. On Tuesday, athletes are put through a running.program to improve speed and endurance at the OHS Athletic Field Track. Attendance and records are kept and passed on to coaches who request excuses not to come, but our athletes know that when August rolls around, they will be in great shape and be able to withstand the heat and intensity fall practice brings." The Trojan gym summer conditioning program is open to all Ortonville area students in grades 7- 12 and any adult who would like to participate. There is no charge for the program. Largest northern this year in Independent fishing contest The title of the largest northern this year in The Ortonville Independent fishing contest was taken over in week 12 by Gene Tinkney of Wahpeton, ND. The tide was previously held by Don Fisher of Ortonville with his 10 pound 8 ounce fish from week 10 of the contest. Gene's whopping northern came in at an incredible 12 pounds 8 ounces, and was weighed in at Hartford Beach Resort of Corona, SD:-., Leading the walleye category this week was Jim Wellnitz of Milbank, SD, with a 7 pound 12 ounce fish. His catch was weighed in at The Wharf of Corona, SD. Ryan Kelly of Ortonville was back on top of the bullhead category again this week, with a 1 pound 11 ounce fish. Kelly has won this category three times so far this year, and always weighs in the day's catch at Bud's Bait of Ortonville. In the perch category this week, Steve Brotzel of Big Stone City was the winner with a 15"ounce fish. Steve's fish was also weighed in at Bud's Bait of Ortortville. Since fishing has improved and there were winners in all categories again this week, the.jackpots stay u ', same, with the perch jackpot at $13(, the northern jackpot at $160, and the walleye and bullhead jackpots $100 each. Junior MGA team wins District title The Ortonviile boys' Junior MGA Golf Team won their second consecu- tive District eight championship at Ortonville on July 17, posting a team score of 228. In summer MGA, a team is com- posed of five players of which the three low scores count. Playing at Redwood Falls on June 19, the Ortonville team scored 245. Tracy Grossman fired a 79, while Pete and Andy Ross both posted 83's. The following Friday in Madison, the team scored 240, with Scott Sandberg shooting a 78, Tracy Grossman 79 and Andy Ross 83. On July 10 at Canby, the team posted a 240, and Tracy Grossman had a 78, Pete Ross 80 and Dan Ross 84. At Ortonville, the team sealed the championship with a team score of 228. Scott Sandberg shot a one under par 71, Tracy Grossman 74 and Mike Sandberg 83. The team now moves on to Buffalo Lake on July 31 for Regional play. Lindsey Nelson fired two 91's in District play, one at Madison and one at Ortonville to qualify for Regional play at Oakdale Country Club in Buffalo Lake. Lihdsey Was the sec- ond lowest qualifier in District play this summer. Fall Sports begin at OHS Aug 17 Students are reminded that the fall high school varsity sports seasons will begin practice Aug 17. Students and parents are reminded that physicals are good for three years, and generally students will have physicals entering their seventh grade and tenth grade years. The Minnesota State High School League Health Questionnaire and eligibility form must also be handed in before practicing. i!iii!!ii!iii!ii!ii!iiii! !iiiiii!ii!!ii!i!!!iiii --- RUMMAGE PRICES "" Trims Zippers Buckles Belting Laces Discontinued Bias Tape & Hem Facing Buttons Remnants Craft Books Selected KIDS PATTERNS KNIT COU.ARS s I oo & s2oo 50 l ! It t S It 1 I t m II II111115111/ i11111]!11ll lib 11 17 M I1 llll g ggSll hhhlthldthhhhldddddddd,hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhldthhhhMdhhhhhhhld ddd dd dd*hhhhhl ddddd OI - - FABRIC YARDSTICK shop Ortonville, MN, 320-839-3334 WINNERS AT THE SENIOR GOLF TOURNAMENT held Monday at the Ortonville Munici From left to right in front are the winners in the master division, for ages 50-64. They aJ Granite Falls and Lyle Berglund of Appleton who tied for first and second, and Don C Lundquist, both of Wheaton who tied for third and fourth place. In the second row are one of the grandmaster division, for ages 65-74. They are Harry Bruns of Montevideo Jorgenson of Clear Lake, SD, Phil Jordahl of Dawson and Gilmore Larson of Montevideo, second place. In the third row are the grandmaster division's flight two winners Elton Fa (first), Mike Kreger of Clear Lake, SD (second), and Maurice Hoffman of Ortonville, Ray Ortonville and Keith Shaft of Waubay, SD, who all tied for third place in the division. In the the winners of the promaster division, for ages 75 and up. They are Marvin Amundson ol (first) and Gerry Thune of Sacred Heart (second). A total of 116 golfers participated in the year Trainers, managers 98-99 Trojan Football With the graduation of the class of '98 has come the graduation of much needed help for the Ortonviile Trojan Football Team. Not only were senior football play- ers lost to graduation, but also were football managers, trainers, statisti- cians, and video people. They are the unsung heroes that people rarely see, but would be very much noticed if they were not around. Football managers are needed to help with the daily on-field work relat- ing directly to the game, working with equipment, helping coaches on field, and helping with on field game prepa- ration. Football trainers help with minor medical care in practice and games. This includes taping, helping care for minor injuries, assisting coaches with caring for more severe injuries, and keeping the medical kits in order. Statisticians do the game-by-game record keeping. This job is important as records are kept throughout the sea- son, reported to local media, and sent to the Little Sioux Conference. Accurate record keeping is very important. Video taping is very important in the evaluation of player performance. Seeing yourself on video helps in cor- recting mistakes. Tapes are also sent 18 hole three lady scramble Aug. 1 An 18-hole three lady scramble will be held at the Ortonville Golf Course Saturday, Aug. 1. The game OHS students on All-Conference list The OHS varsity softball team finished the 1997-98 season with a 2- 6 overall record, with two players on the Pheasant Conference All- Conference team and one receiving honorable mention. Among the girls on this year's All- Conference softball team were Kylene Huizenga, short stop and Jackie Vollmer, right field. Both girls are 1998 OHS graduates. Receiving honorable mention was Jamie Swenson, catcher for the team. Jamie will be a senior at OHS this fall. The Ortonville Trojan baseball team finished the year with a 7-6 record, with three team members on the All-Conference team and two receiving honorable mention. Among the boys on this year's All- Conference baseball team were James May, Jeremiah Schmeichel and Eth Scoblic, all 1998 OHS graduates. Receiving honorable mention were Adam Thymian, a 1998 OHS graduate, and Jeff Laskowske, who will be a senior at OHS this fall. LGA meet Wednesday Ortonville Ladies Golf Assn. will have a meeting this Wednesday, July 22 at 7:45 p.m. at the clubhouse. will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Coffee and rolls will be served from 8 to 9 a.m. Dinner will be served following play. Cash, special and raf- fle prizes will be awarded. Advance registration must be in by July 30 with current MGA Handicap card, including GHIN number, name, address and phone. Cost is $22.00 per player with no limit this year for team handicap. Total team handicap will be adjusted by the committee. There is a limit of 36 teams. There is still time to sign up now. To register call Ev Johnson 320-839- 2181, or write her at RR2 Box 12, Ortonville, MN 56278. Golf carts available at the Clubhouse by calling 839-3606. to opponents in a prepare for What is the of dollars and cents. earns a football lette Some people also Football shirts. The important in program going who benefit are the honestly which is very Any OHS boy or l serving in this contact Trojan Inforzato at 6181 (school). Archers to shoot Attentiot The season is neat start shooting. The Minnkota shooting leag 6:30 p.m. at Range located on All are welcome to This Tuesday, meeting will be range at 6:30 p.m. make plans for the Cornfest construction of a new If you're on a regular basis, in helping, Scott Dahle at message). Im, lhl Ill Ik'!7111 ' on Big Stone Lake 121 Buy 3 Pro's Choice plugs, got one free! 121 Buy a Hagen rod and a Daiwa reel, get spool of Sehmidl's Landing bail bucks! Modem Cabins .Boats/Motors .Store Big Stone City, 605-432-6911 Schmidt's Landing league The Schmidt's Walleye League results from Wednesday, July 15, (Week 8) are as follows: 1st - Greg Rasset/Scott Arndt of Ortonville, 6.9# .4 bonus = 7.3# 2nd.- Jeff Nodsle, Corona/Dennis Kassube, Big Stone City, 4.2# + .1 bonus = 4.3# q 3rd - Kevin Ripplinger/Butch Jackson of 4.1# 4th Jeff Boeckerman of bonus = 3.4# 5th - Grump Ortonville, 2.7# A total of 1 released. FOR EVEN BETTER SERVICE... We've added a heated urethane system to our windshield replacement operation. This system provides a faster cure time and eliminates the risk of leakage. No need to wait until spring to replace your windshield. Stop in and see us today! 320-839-CALL LINDA AND STEVE are ready to handle your automotive PROGRESS COLLISION k GLASS CENTFJ00 Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St.* Ortonville, MN 56278 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, J'