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WITH ONE LANCER TO BEAT, Trojan senior Ryan Parady (1) races to the end zone for a touchdown after returning a kick-off for 81 yards. At the time, that put the Trojans ahead 13-7 only to see Canby come back and win the game 22-13 ending the Trojans season. Partially hidden is Trojan tight end Tyler Adelman (48). Halloween Parties School student council members are Friday, Oct. 24 will be the BES coming to BES on Friday, Oct. 31 to Haunted Halloween party in the play Halloween Bingo with our gymnasium from 5:30-8 p.m. There students from 10 a.m. - around 10:30 will be plenty of games, prizes and a.m. They will play Bingo in the fun for all ages. lunchroom for prizes. Sounds like a Visit the lunchroom for a spook- fun morning. Thanks OHS s(udent dog supper, council! Our Halloween Moms are asking * * * * * for help with donations of candy, REMEMBER: picture retakes cupcakes and helpers for set-up, will be Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 8:30 a.m. running the games and clean-up. If Return your original packet to you are willing to help, please call school if you are doing retakes. Dawn or Lu. Thanks. Friday, Oct. 31, children in grades * * * * * 3-6 will visit the Mulder Haunted American Education Week House, during the school day. Please Activities return the permission slip to school by We will celebrate American Oct. 27. Education Week on Nov. 17-21. We Children will have their classroom will dress up differently each day. The Halloween parties at 2 p.m. on Friday, schedule will be: Oct. 31. Please send costumes to Mon., Nov 17: Costume Dress,up school with them. Day - dress up in any costume you * * * * like FYI Tues., Nov. 18: Baby Day or Old We will not have school on Person Day-dressaseithertoday Monday, Nov. 3. The teachers will Wed., Nov 19: Service Worker have an inservice day, while the kids Day: dress as a janitor, cook, nurse, take the day off! secretary, teacher, hairdresser, * * * * whatever you wish Parent/Teacher Conferences Thurs., Nov. 20: PJ Day: wear your Thursday, Nov. 6 is the day set for pj's, robes, slippers and in. the Fall Parent/Teacher conferences. They afternoon we will all have popcorn will be from 3-6 p.m. Be sure to enjoy and a movie coffee and cookies, baked by Mrs. Fri., Nov. 21: BES School Colors: Haugen's PFLS classes, that wear something green and white afternoon, today ........................................................ * * * * * **We will also celebrate Student Council Bingo Grandparent's Day this afternoon at Some of the Ortonville High 1:30 p.m., with coffee, cookies and a I craft. More information will follow as the time gets closer: ***** GBB practices will be Tues., Oct. 21 and Tues., Oct. 28 from 3-4:30 p.m. School Calendar Oct. 20-24: School Bus Safety Tues., Oct. 21: Picture retakes; 3 p.m. GBB Fri., Oct. 24: BES Haunted Halloween Party 5:30-8 p.m. Breakfast Menu Monday - cereals, toad-in-a-hole, applesauce, juice and milk. Tuesday - cereals, banana muffins, juice and milk. Wednesday - cereals, yogurt, granola bars, juice and milk. Thursday - cereals, pancakes, sausage, juice and milk. Friday - cereals, egg bake, toast, juice and milk. Lunch Menu Monday - tator tot hotdish, corn or green beans, pine apple, pudding, bread and milk. Tuesday - hotdogs, nachos-n- cheese, orange slices and milk Wednesday - fajiatas, tator tots, jello, pears and milk Thursday- grilled cheese, tomato soup, applesauce, fruit cup and milk Friday - Bearcat burgers, fries, peach cobbler and milk. WE LOVE SCHOOL (and lunchtime) Going into last V~rednesday's foot- both teams defenses tightened up. At ball game against the Canby Lancers, the start of the fourth quarter, the the Ortonville Trojans knew tha if Trojans were forced to punt in their they wint thye are in the playoffs. A own end, but a bad snap over the head Trojan loss means Canby advances to of Trojan punter Ryan Parady put the the playoffs. Lancers on the Trojan's eight yard So with everything on the line for line. From there Lancer running back both teams, the game began with nei- Tyler Baer ran in for a touchdown to ther team scoring in the first quarter, tie the score at 13-13. The two-point The Trojans had the ball to start the conversion was good and the lancers second quarter and after advancing had the lead at 15-13. deep into Lancer territory, the Trojans Ortonville got the ball back, was stole a play from the Chicago Bears unable to move the football. At 3:19 playbook and put junior offensive of the fourth quarter, Lancer quarter- lineman William Kaiser in the back- back Trevor Citrowske scampered 44 field, handed him the football, and yards for a touchdown. The extra watched him cross the goal line from point was good and Canby went on to seven yards out for the first score of win the game 22-13. the game. Tate Messmer kicked the Both teams finished with 1-7 extra point and the Trojans led 7:0. records, but the tie-breaker for the Canby then took the Trojan kick final playoff spot is head-to-head off and moved down field and as they competition so the Lancers advance were ready to score a touchdown, the to the Section playoffs. Canby runner fumbled into the end For the Trojans,junior quarterback zone only to see a Lancer teammate Charlie Stattelman was five of 15 jump on it for a touchdown. The passing for 67 yards. Senior Matt extra point was good and the score Fellows was the leading receiver for was tied 7-7. the Trojans with three catches for 73 Canby then kicked off to the yards. Trojans Ryan Parady, and for the sec- Junior Keven Berdan was the ond game in a row, Parady took the Trojans leading rusher with three car- kick off 81 yards for a touchdown, ries for 64 yards, including a 58 yard The extra point was no good, but the run that set up the Trojans first score. Trojans had the lead 13-7 going into Senior Cameron Larson carried 12 halftime, times for 21 yards. The third quarter was scoreless as Defensively for the Trojans, line- RX'TPJIOE team The Ortonville Lady Trojan vol-Ortonville's last home game and leyball team finished the regular sea- senior night was on Tuesday, October son with two matches last week.14 against Wheaton. The Warriors On Monday, Oct. 13, the team tray- won the match by scores of 25-10, 25- eled to Dawson to tangle with the 8 and 25-15. Dawson-Boyd Blackjacks. Ortonville began the playoffs on In an entertaining five game match, Monday, October 20 in Clara City the Blackjacks won the contest by playing MACCRAY. The Wolverines scores of 25-12, 25-18, 26-28, 12-25 are the #4 seed, while the Trojans are and 15-10. the #13 seed. The winner will "We played well during the match- advance and play the winner of the #5 es but came up just short in the end," RCW and #12 Lincoln HI on Friday, said Head Coach Sara Wollschlager. Oct. 24 at SMSU in Marshall. backer Andy Strei had a big night with 13 tackles and seven assists, for a total of 20 on the night. Senior defensive end Tyler Adelman had five tackles and seven assists for a total of 12. Senior linebacker Ryan Parady was in on nine tackles on the night. The Trojans end the season with a 1-7 record. Twelve seniors played their final game for the Trojans. They include Ryan Parady, Evan Sammon, Eric Carlson, Tyler Adelman, Cameron Larson, Seth Maas, Jeb Thune, Jason Roggenbuck, Mike Roe, Dustin Ringsaker, Paul Adelman and Matt Fellows. Final Conference standings: TMB 8 -0 Minneota 7:1 MACCRAY 7-1 D-B 6-2 Adrian 4-4 RTR 3-5 Fulda 2-6 Canby 1-7 Ortonville 1-7 MCC 1-7 Big Stone School menu Tuesday, Oct. 21: Breakfast: French Toast, Juice, Milk Lunch: Vegetable Chili, Sticky Roll, Fruit, Milk Wednesday, Oct 22: Breakfast: Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk Lunch: Sloppy Joes on a Bun, Peas, Wedges, Chocolate or White Milk Thursday, Oct. 23: Breakfast: Breakfast Bagel, Fruit, Milk Lunch: Beef Pizza, Peaches, Lettuce, Oranges, Milk Friday, Oct. 24: Breakfast: Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk Lunch: Vegetable Stromboli, Carrots, Alfredo Sauce, Strawberry or White Milk Monday, Oct. 27: Breakfast:. Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk Lunch: Lasagna with Ground Beef, Bread, Fruit, Milk Tuesday, Oct. 28: Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick, Juice, Milk Lunch: Hot Dogs on a Bun, Mac and Cheese, Oranges, Milk MAKING A DIVING SAVE FOR THE LADY TROJANS in a recent match is Hannah Trienen as team- mates Brooke Christopherson (17) and Melissa Grabow (10) look on. Ortonville entered Section 3A North Tournament play on Monday, Oct. 20 against MACCRAY in Clara City. LOST DOG Lost Monday, Sept. 29, 6:00 PM Male, neutered, black & tan retriever/husky mix, 10 years old approx. 70 Ibs. Very friendly. Name is Satya (Saht-yah). If found, please call Wilmot Vet Clinic (605) 938-4307 or leave I% message at 605-938-4337. / We salute our dedicated volunteers of the CORRELL FIRE DEPARTMENT who protect us at a moment's notice. Joel Kavanagh, 43, has been a member of the Correll Fire Department for 18 years. A graduate of Appleton High School, Joel and his wife Brenda reside on a farm near Correll. He has been farming for 25 years. Joel is currently serving on the Correll City Council. Kavanagh's parents, Loren and Bonnie, live in Appleton, He has a brother, Jeff, of Beardsley and a sister, Lori, who resides in Spicer. Joel had enjoyed his time serv- ing on the Correll Fire Department, saying it is a way of giving back to the community. He also says that the members of the department are a terrific group to be associated with. This salute sponsored by the following... 215 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2323 M11bank 605/432-4521 WASTE MANAGEMENT 770 U.S, Hwy. 75 * Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2264 or 2372 DDS 17 SE 2nd Street * Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Page 2b INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Oct. 21,2008