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ORTONVILLE BOYS GOLF TEAM held their Awards Banquet on Monday, July 25 at the Ortonville Golf Course Clubhouse. Those receiving awards are pictured above. From left to right are Coach Roger Sandberg, Jade Hasslen (Captain and MVP) and James Nitz (Most Improved). Amy Roggenbuck passes CPA exam Amy Roggenbuck, an accountant with Blair Johnson, C.P.A., P.A., in Or- tonville has recently passed the Certi- fied Public Accountant examination. Roggenbuck graduated in 2009 with a Masters of Professional Ac- countancy and a Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of South Dakota. She has been with Blair Johnson, C.P.A., P.A. since May 2009. She focuses on audits and tax retum preparation. Amy's a 2004 graduate of Or- tonville High School. She lives in Or- tonville with her husband Dustin. Her parents are Bruce and Janet Smith of Big Stone City, SD. Fall sports parent meeting Aug. 11 There will be a Parent Meeting for those whose athletes will participate in football, volleyball or cross-country, on Thursday, Aug. 11, at 6:30 p.m. in the High School Commons. In order to participate students must have: 1. a physical on file at the school, (most physicals are good for three years.) 2. A signed Minnesota State High School League form, these will be handed out at the meeting if needed or could be found at MSHSL.org. 3. A signed concussion explanation form, this will be handed out at the meeting if needed or could be found at MSHSL.org. 4. You will be able to pay your ac- tivity fee at the meeting. $60 for grades 9-12, or $30 for grades 7-8. Student Athletes are encouraged to accompany their Parents to the meet- ing. High scores at Graceville Gun Club High league scores at Graceville Gun Club for July 26. Shooting 25 for Johnson Taxidermy-Gary Johnson-l, for Hooters Lumber-Brennan Van Eps, for UPI Matt Hippie, Tom Dew, for Off Constantly- Paul Koch. Shooting 24 for UPI- Rick Hentges, Tom Dew, for Johnson Taxidermy- Larry Mesenbrink, Gary Johnson, for Off Constantly- Paul Koch. Shooting 23 for UPI- Tom Dew, Jim Hippie, Rolly Karels, Dave Well- shiner, for Johnson Taxidermy- Larry Mesenbrink, for Toqua Sportsmen- Scott Bauer, for Bauer Countryside An- Clint Gilsdorf, for Hooters Lum- ber- David C. Anderson. Youth League- Tom Ward 16,18. Big Stone City VFW to enter Re- gion 3A play The Big Stone Lake Area VFW baseball team will enter Region 3A play Tuesday through Friday in Web- ster, SD. The team, coached by Ron Frauenshuh, finished the regular sea- son with a 17-2 record. Big Stone City will face Britton, SD at noon today (Tuesday), followed by Groton vs Gary at 2:30 p.m. Sisse- ton will play Milbank at 5 p.m. with the winner of the Big Stone-Britton game facing Webster at 7:30 p.m. The tournament, which is double- elimination, will continue through Fri- day with the championship game at 5 p.m. If needed, a second game will be played at 7:30 p.m. The top two teams in the tourna- ment will advance to the State Class A VFW tournament Aug. 12-14 in Flan- dreau. Canby defeats Rosen, Region 9C Tourney begins this Sat. Canby scored five runs in the sev- enth inning to break a 3-3 tie and went on to defeat the Rosen Express, 10-4 in the Teal League Championship game on a very hot Sunday afternoon in Rosen. The game was originally scheduled for Saturday at 5 p.m., but was moved due to rain, which pushed back the first game on Saturday to 5 p.m. between Ortonville and Canby. Jeremy Ohm started on the hill for Rosen and pitched the first six in- nings. Damian Pillatzki threw the next two innings taking his first loss of the season, Ethan Scoblic pitched the ninth inning for Rosen. For the Express offense, Travis Ra- dermacher and Aaron Adelman each had two hits in the game. Evan Sam- men, Scoblic and Tyler Adelman each had one hit. Next up for Rosen is the Region 9C Tournament in Wheaten. They will play Morris at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6. The tournament runs two weekends with all games being played in Wheaten. The format is a double elimination tournament. =,= , i, I BLIVWCIR SUPPORT OUR FAiIILY FARHS 2 BSLA VFW 15-16 yr. old team ends with 17-2 record Big Stone Lake Area baseball team's 15 and 16 year-old players fin- ished their regular season with a record 17 wins and two losses. The team coached by Ron Frauenshuh heads into regional tournament this week in Web- ster, SD. The team's first game in the regional tourney is against Britton, SD at noon today, Tuesday, Aug. 2. Earlier this season the team traveled to Redfield, SD and took second place in the Redfield tournament. The team jumped out to a three run lead against Ellendale, ND and never looked back defeating Ellendale 29-2. A strong pitching performance by Riley Blake, and solid fielding by Paul Sitter and Jackson Athey sealed the win. The team's second opponent was Redfield, SD and Big Stone Lake Area VFW soundly defeated Redfield 17-2 behind the sound pitching performance by Isaac Cloos and Aaron Quinn. The team was led by David Moberg who had a home run and double, Logan Nordley who went three for four and Quincy Swenson who went two for four. The championship game was played against Mount Vernon whose pitcher received the most valuable player of the tournament, allowing only one run in the tournament. Nate Nelson and Jason Montoyne provided a strong de- fense for the Big Stone Lake Area VFW team as they lost 8-1. On Monday night the team traveled to Clear Lake, SD. In the first game, Logan Nordley had two triples and two singles and Aaron Quinn got on base four times. Defensively the team had a solid defense with plays at first base from Tanner Taffe and solid outfield performances by Ben Valek and Joe Larson. The final score was 12-9. In the nightcap, by a strong pitching performance of Tony Schake who pitched four innings of one-hit baseball led the team in clutch hitting by Isaac Cloos and Tanner Taffe led the team to a 10-4 win. In the final two contest of the sea- son, the Big Stone Lake Area VFW team took on Sisseton, SD with a score of 13-3. Sound pitching from Aaron Quinn and Tanner Taffe. A key hit in the game came from Joe Larson who hit a double with bases loaded clearing the bases. The second game saw Riley Blake and Isaac Cloos allow only two runs with sound defense from Nate Nelson Rox season ends with loss to Canby last Saturday, 7-4 In a very disappointing game, the Ortonville Rex were defeated by the Canby Knights by the score of 7-4 Sat- urday afternoon at Rosen. In a game that was put in question by a wet field, the game finally got going about 5 p.m. instead of 2 p.m. The Rex got off to a good start by scoring three runs in the bottom of the second to take a 3-0 lead. The score didn't change until the top of the sixth when Canby picked up a run. The Rex matched that run in the bottom of the sixth with a run of their own. Then the disastrous eighth inning came when the Rex gave up five runs on no hits and no errors. The pitchers could not find the strike zone and walked six and hit one in the inning. There were also two fielder choices that did not record an out. Canby added one more run in the ninth to make the final 7-4. "This is the most difficult loss I've ever been associated with. To give up seven runs on two hits and only one error is unheard of," stated Manager Ron Thomas. The losing pitcher was Chris Fel- lows who had a no-hitter after five in- nings and gave up his only hit in the sixth inning. Joe Fuller finished up on the mound and allowed one run on one hit. "We really had a great season. Hopefully we can continue to play this well next year and then have some suc- cess in the playoffs. We have been in the region tournament four consecutive years and hopefully we can start an- other streak next year," stated Thomas. Leading hitters on the day were Chris Fellows and Matt Fellows with two each. Riley Sammon, Jeff Watson, Chance Haugen and Zach Giese each had a hit. The team would like to thank all the fans who came down to Rosen and watched the game on Saturday. Their support has been good all year, but it was exceptional on Saturday. 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From left to right are Rikki Roscoe (Captain, MVP and Most Improved) and Coach Joe Berning. Page 6 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Aug. 2,2011