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Trojans lose to RTR, travel to M inneota Wednesday It was another tough night for the Trojan football last Friday as they saw their record fall to 0-7 with a 47-19 loss to the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (RTR) Knights. The Knights started out strong put- ting up two scores in the first quarter. The Trojans then put together a drive that resulted in a David Lee touchdown run. The extra point by Yannic Graf was good and the Trojans had cut the lead to 13-7. RTR then took control of the game in the second and third quarters scor- ORTONVILLE SENIOR RUNNING BACK DAVID LEE heads to the end zone for the first of his two touchdowns last Friday ni ht in the Trojans loss to RTR 47-19. For the night, Lee totaled 89 yards rushing. The Tro- jans will end the regular season this Wednesday night when they travel to Minneota. i NOW IN STOCK! LOCAL APPLES from Big Stone Apple Ranch LOCAL WINTER SQUASH from Sunrise View Farm! ..... !x 47 - 2nd St. NW Ortonville, Minnesota HOURS: 10am-3pm, Mon.-Sat. Did you know? Volunteer for just two short shifts per month andreceive 15% OFF your purchases at the Co-op/ ing 14 and 13 points respectively to take a 47-7 lead. The Trojans were able to put two scores on the board in the fourth quar- ter, a rushing touchdown by David Lee and a touchdown pass from quarter- back Jade Hasslen to Trevor Schafer but it wasn't enough as the Knights picked up the win. Trojan quarterback Jade Hasslen was seven of 17 passing for 127 yards with one touchdown and two intercep- tions. Senior David Lee had a good night running the ball gaining 89 yards on 15 carries with two touchdowns. Dan Berdan carded the ball eight times for 33 yards. Trojan junior running back Trevor Schafer was the leading receiver with two catches for 70 yards and one touchdown. Chase Kuefler had two catches for 22 yards, David Lee one catch for 22 yards Dan Berdan one catch for 12 yards and Trent Kuechen- meister had one catch for 11 yards. For the game, the Trojans had 128 yards rushing and 127 passing for 256 yards of total offense. The Knights to- taled 225 of total offense but were able to capitalize on Trojan turnovers for two big scores. Defensively for the Trojans, Dan Berdan led the Trojans with 13 tackles. Trevor Schafer was in on 12 tackles and Tate Messmer had eight. Isaac Knutson had an interception in the game. The Trojans will end their regular season this Wednesday, Oct, 20 travel- ing to Minneota to battle the defending Class 1A State Champions. Game time is set for 7 p.m. Ortonville School menu Tuesday, Oct. 19: Breakfast:' Whole Grain Cereal, Sausage Links, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Build A Burger, Cheese, Lettuce, Onions, Pickles, Tater Tots, Juice Choices. Wednesday, Oct. 20: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Breakfast Hot Pocket, Applesauce. Lunch: 4-12 Chickenwich, K-3 Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans, Diced Pear Sauce. Thursday, Oct. 21 MEA No School. Friday, Oct. 22: MEA No School. Monday, Oct. 25: Breakfast: Whole Gram Cereal, Tonys Br. Pizza, Applesauce, Milk. Lunch: Corn Dog, Cheesy Rice, Mixed Veggies, Diced Pear Sauce. Tuesday, Oct. 26: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Mozzerlla Cheese Stix, Whole Grain Toast, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Meatballs and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Diced Peach Sauce, Whole Wheat Dinner Roll. SENIOR JESSICA VALEK returns a serve with teammates Rachel Berger and Morgan Messmer (8) looking on. The Lady Trojans dropped both their matches last week to Hancock and Dawson-Boyd. They will finish the reg- ular season tonight (Tuesday) hosting KMS and will begin Sub-Section! 3A play on Monday, Oct. 25 at Clara City against the MACCRAY Wolverines. i B-squad volleyball defeats Hancock, host KMS tonight The Trojan B-squad volleyball team hosted the Hancock Owls on Tuesday, Oct. 12 and came away with the win 25-19, 25-18 and 15-11. "We defeated the Owls when we traveled to Hancock but they are a tough team and we knew we would have our work cut out for us," said Coach Shana Buttke. ,. Shelby Strei and Mary Kate Treinen led in passes for the evening. The Lady Trojan passing has been very good overall for the whole season. Top hitters on the night were Michaela Radermacher who was 11/11 with three kills, Taylor Kuechenmeister was 7/11 and Camille Scholberg was 7/10 with four kills. Michaela also contributed three blocks and Camille had one. It was another great night for serving as the top servers were Amanda Goergen going 13/13 with one ace, Taylor Kuechenmeister was 11/11 with five aces, Michaela Radermacher was 7/7 with one ace and Alexis Adelman was 8/9 with one ace. "Our setters have done a great job throughout the season," said Buttke. "I definetely let my setters know tha i they set the pace for the game and all Ithree of them are very hard workers ad let the rest of the team know they can count on them to get to the ball and get the best set possible. My three setters for the year are Hannah Mathes, Amanda Goergen and Alexis Adel- man." On Thursday night Ortonville hosted Dawson-Boyd. The Lady Tro- jans fought a very tough match but ended up falling short with scores of 15-25 and 23-25. Top hitters for the evening were Michaela Radermacher going 19/24 with two kills and one block, Camille Scholberg was 16/18 with four kills and one block and Amanda Goergen was 5/7 with one kill. Top servers were Taylor Kuechen- meister who was 18/18 with eight aces and Mary Kate Treinen and Camille Scholberg each contributed 7/9 and two aces. Amanda Goergen was the top setter with 40/40 and 10 assists. Alexis Adelman, Amanda Goergen, and Michaela Radermacher all con- tributed evenly for best passers on the night. "We have been working so hard and well together that I introduced some plays for the B-squad to run and we got to do that this week," said Buttke. It was so much fun to see these young girls click together. And to know we still have 2-4 years left with these girls is a very exciting thought knowing all the talent that they possess. What an accomplishment for these young ladies to be running some plays which goes to show all the hard work they put in and the talent that God has given them. We also would like to say a big thank you to the wonderful pep band that we have had playing for our games, Also to the book keepers, line judges, and all the fans for coming out to watch." The Ortonville C-squad has two games this week. The first is Monday, Oct. 18 in Dawson at 4:30 p.m. and the A, B, and C squads all have their last game tonight (Tuesday) against KMS. 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