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JV netters wrap up season The Trojan junior varsity volleyball team ended the season last week, going 1-1 in their last two matches. The team traveled to Chokio- Alberta first, looking to put another notch in the win column. The first game went to the Trojans 15-9. "Everything was working well for us," said Coach Dean Strege. The second and third games continued the same way, with the team winning 15-5 and 15-4. Passing was the big key in this match, and Strege stated that whenever the passing is on the girls seem to perform well. Hillary Wiese, Danielle Beyer, Kassi Karels and Cassie Torgerson led the team in passing. Along with good passing, the Trojans kept their setters busy putting up some of the best sets all year. Sara Graham, Meghan Riley and Hillary Wiese combined for 90 of the 112 hittable sets. Alicia Danielson led the team again in blocks with four, and Jill Randall led the team in hitting as well OF THIS YEAR'S CROSS COUNTRY TEAM AT OHS are, in front, Nick Kriesel, Dan Rausch, Terry eirigs and Second row, Jennifer Berning, Bridget At .,y, Kelsey Alexis Barr and Elizabeth Thompson. In back are Dustin David Heirigs, John Thomas, Brian Hasslen and Luke Conroy Eye Cd Ire Care Your Blues! Britton Conroy, 5 months colors too) 'General Exams Lenses Vision Therapy .CARE Dr. Christopher J. Conr0y OPTOMETRIST 123 NW 2nd Street - Center Mall Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2608 A LITTLE OFF COURSE. This witch, located at the Stanley and Jill Adelman home of rural Bellingham, must've miscalculated her directions on Halloween night. mo00es, more oftenl SILVER ASCREEN S E N S I O N Purchase a DIRECTV ' satellite system, subscribe to DIRECTV and get three months of Total Choicd SILVER programming absolutely FIEIE! That's a value of almost $120? You'll enjoy more than 100 channels of great entertainment including STARZ!, ENCORE, The Independent Film Channel and more. Plus, you II have access to as many as 55 different pay per view movies each night_ But you have to act fast because this offer isn't going to last! For more movies, more often - there's always something on DIRECTV! See your local DIRECTV dealer or call: l'00t 800-405-3 727 Big Stone Bob's Cellular TV Ortonville, MN Milbank, SD 320-839-3264 605-432-6491 E C T V, 888-839-3265 residential customers in designated Pegasus serwce temtory who purchase a OlRECTV satelle system and subscribe to DIRECTV Ipply. Hay not be combined wit any other offers. Programrnmg and pricing suect to change. DIPCTV and Total Choice tridem.jks of DIRECTV, Inc., a unit of GM Hughes Electronics, PHA-SSfPST-092298-01T as in kills. Also having a good night in hitting was Kassi Karels, Stacy Amundsen and Danielle Beyer. Serving was also a strong point of the night, with Kassi Karels going 14 of f4, Danielle Beyer nine of nine, Jill Randall 15 of 17 and Meghan Riley four of four. Also, coming off the bench was Candice Ninneman and Gayle Gregory, giving the starters a break and playing some good defense. "This is the kind of match you would like to have every time," commented Coach Strege. Next up for the netters was a trip to Herman-Norcross. This was the last match of the season, and the Trojans were looking to pull off another win. In the first game, everything was working as it had against C-A, with the Trojans winning 15-3. The second game started off the same but the team ran into a wall at 12 points. The girls wound up losing 15-12. "The team never really got their confidence back," Strege said, as the girls also lost the third game 15-9. The team played well and put up good numbers, but just couldn't score any points at critical times. Wiese, Beyer, Amundsen and Randall each had a very good night, passing the ball off of serve receive, The girls also had a good night in hitting, getting 129 with only 18 errors. Leading the team was Wiese with 29, Randall with 26, Karels with 18, Beyer with 17, Graham with 15 and Amundsen with 13. The team had five players with ace serves - Wiese had four, Graham and Beyer with three, and Karels and Danielson each with one. "Overall, the season went pretty well," Strege said. "The Trojans ended the season with a 5-8 match record and were 22-30 including tournament games. It was kind of a roller coaster season with a lot of ups and downs, but overall the girls put up some good numbers and had a lot of great games. I'm very proud of my girls the way they played throughout the season, and hope they had as much fun as I did." Energy Assistance Program On Oct. 1, 1998, the Fuel Program, run by Prairie Five CAC, Inc., began taking applications to help pay heat- ing costs. The fuel program will make heating payments to the vendor. The fuel Program pays only a part of your heating costs, so keep paying your heating bills even if you apply for help. Income Guidelines (3 Months) Household Size Income 1 $3,653 2 $4,777 3 $5,901 4 $7,025 Your income must be at or below state income guidelines. The Fuel Program will look at income for the three months before the month applied in. Persons wanting to apply for help need to call for an appoint- ment with their County Outreach Worker. The Big Stone County Outreach Worker is Felicia Athey and you can reach her at 320-325-5227 in Clinton. I I 10 Min. to Ma/I of America _ 11 vv 2 Min. to Burnsville Shopping Center J V  eta m J I0 Min. to Mystic Lake Casino : , , , lot 2 (e. bed ; I weeKaay (Sun-Thurs only) I Free Coffee & Rolls in A.M. I O.ly wet mi. coupon I i Valid thin Decemlx.r 29. 1998 _ Convenientand St. Pault Downtown Minneapolis !  ,-,,,  omo,. I 1 mile to Minnesota Antiques L.---,=o.=,..m, =.._-. II For reservations call toll free: 1-800-358-8554 (612l 894-8554 On 1-35W Exit at Bur'nsville Pkwy 12850 W. Frontage Rd. Burnsville 55337 I ANGLERS ARE STILL SEEING GOOD RESULTS, as these two fishermen brought in some nice walleyes last week. Shown above is Carl Derry, 11, of Ortonville with a 4 pound and a 4 3/4 pound fish. Below, Tom Olson of Ortonville displays his two nice-sized walleyes, one at 5 1/2 pounds and the other at 6 1/2 pounds. (Photos by Bud's Bait) -- , --,  'Tis the Season For Your Holiday Photos by 4-H news VRU S PHOTO ' Sally Helgeson Reporter " "1, RR 2, BOX 75 OF=TONVILLE. MN 56278 We installed our new offisers: NOV. 19 21, 1998 .... President 'K'irstcn" K'0Cfi, ice President Joe Biackman, Secretary I/e 3 packa es to c from oetal .. eenO . hoose t= Hermanson and Reporter Sally Oa stono at $13 95 ona Kendra Koch, Treasurer Danielle /tdto ' At:clnnt Helgeson. We also installed new  320| 839-2037 r, vcmu. r .v. ,.-. . oc members. 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Flu Vaccines Are Available At NORTHSIDE MEDICAL CENTE!R Get yours before the flu season hits/ 435 Eastvold Avenue Ortonville, MN 56278 Danielle Hermanson and Megan Strei. Alexis Danielson, Kendra Koch and Kirsten Koch lead us in Boom Chicka Boom, the Bedbugs and I'm a Nut. Lunch was served by Leah Koch. ODESSA JOLLY WORKERS Dan Roe, Reporter Meeting called to order by Shelly Haggerty. Roll call answered by favorite ice cream. Secretary report Amy Kellen. Treasurers report Josh Kellen. Old business, Christmas party caroling party for Senior Citizens. Talk about auctions to have concessions. Discuss making horse trail in refuge. Adjourn the meeting. Dan motioned, Mike seconded. ARRI1 'ALIVE Matting & Prints Stop In ..... Many colors & styles avialable Call ul anytime! Weekend a everng appoirrnents wetcome! . Ron & Marlyee Thompson 1 Box 227 Ortonvie. 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