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A GOOD SNAP, A GOOD HOLD, but the field goal was no good off the foot of Minnesota kicker Joel Monroe last Saturday during the Gopher loss to Northwestern 24-17. The Gophers dropped out of the Top 25 rankings with the loss. Over 40,000 fans were in attendance for the Homecoming game. I Bowling THURSDAY SPARKLERS-10/30/08 Won Lost SMAC Enterprises ................... 27 9 Refuge ........................................ 23 13 Wanna B's/Moose ..................... 22 14 Sunrise Gals .............................. 21 15 Alley Cats .................................. 20 16 Bellingham Elevator ................. 17 19 VFW .......................................... 12 24 HISG: Lori Nelsen 204; HIHG: Lori Neisen 238; HISS: JoAnn Hasslen 525; HIHS: Lori Nelsen 621; HTSG: SMAC Enterprises 748; HTHG: Wanna B's/Moose 962; HTSS: SMAC Enterprises 2195; HTHS: SMAC Enterprises 2816. Monday Nite - 10/27/08 Won Lost Mt. Dew .................................... .24 8 Pepsi ........................................... 19 13 Minnwest ................................... 18 14 Larry's ....................................... 16 16 Otrey Lake ................................ 16 16 Moose ......................................... 14 18 Ortonville Independent ............ 11 21 Precision Glass .......................... 10 22 HTSG: Pepsi 969; HTSS: Pepsi 2768; HTHG: Pepsi 1087; HTHS: Pepsi 3122; HISG: Pat Raffety 234; HISS: Ted Holscher 618; HIHG: Pat Raffety 260; HIHS: Pat Raffety 664. MAKING THE TACKLE ON THE WESTBROOK-WALNUT GROVE quarterback is Clinton-Graceville- Beardsley defensive tackle Levi Nelson. In a hard fought ame, the CGB Wolverines (11-0) defeated the Charers 8-7 for the Section 3 title in 9-man football last Friday at SMSU in Marshall. The Wolverines will trave/back to Marshall this Friday for the quarterfinals of the State Football Playoffs where they will battle the Alden-Conger Knights (10-1) at 5 p.m. (Photo courtesy of Denese Gustafson-Northern Star.) ORTONVILLE'S SEVENTH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TEAM recently completed a very successful season. Team members are pictured above. Front row left to right are Brenna Giese, Erin Meyer, Mary Kate Treinen and Shelby Strei. Second row left to right are Raquel Nelson, Kirsten Giese, Rebecca Peterson, Lexy Larson, Chelsea Sterling and Alexis Adelman. Standing in back left to right are ShelbyWhempner- Student Manager, Katie Berdan, Tiffany Mielitz, Camille Scholberg, Hanna Fredrichsen, Taylor Kuechenmeister, Kelly Taffe and Coach Missy Pederson. OHS seventh grade volleyball team season comes to end others. "I was proud of the girls to pick up the v.arsity rotation by our second game," said Coach Missy Pederson. "By mid season, we were getting at least a two if not the full three jcombi- nation set before sending it back over the net. I really look forward to see- ing these girls progress in the next few years of high school." Both the 7th and 8th grade teams this year were full of talented girls which should bring some exciting volleyball in the future. The 7th grade girls ended the sea- son on Monday, Oct. 27 with a certifi- cate presentation at the Ortonville High School Commons. The Ortonville Trojan 7th grade volleyball team wrapped up their sea- son two weeks ago at a tournament in Morris. There were two pools, with Ortonville placing second and coming up short against Wheaton for first place. The two pools were then com- bined and the young Trojans ended up in 4th place out of eight teams. All 17 girls have strived the entire season to become better players and teammates. 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Tropical Fruit Sauce: Optional Choice 4-12 Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Wednesday, Nov. 5: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Pancake/ Sausage on stick. Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs, Cheesy Rice, Mixed Veggies, Fresh Grapes; Optional Choice 4-12 Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Thursday, Nov. 6: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Cinnamon Roll, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Creamy Chicken Pasta, Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls, Cranberry Sauce, Garden Peas, Diced Peach Sauce; Optional Choice 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Friday, Nov. 7: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal/Toast, Trix Yogurt, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk Lunch: Soft Shelled Tacos, Lettuce, Cheese, Salsa, Refried Beans, Corn, Churro, Applesauce; Optional Choice 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Monday, Nov. 10: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Cinnamon Pastry, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Fajita and Veggies, Lettuce, Cheese, K-3 Grilled Cheese, Tri-Taters, Mandarin Orange Sauce; Optional Choice 4-12: Baked Potato/ Meat/Cheese. Tuesday, Nov. 11: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal/Toast, Sausage Links, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk Lunch: Build A Burger, Cheese, Lettuce, Onions, Pickles, Tater Tots, Juice Choices; Optional Choice 4-12 Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese PRO iI OE PARTNERS. Put/ng Your Image Ffrt 47 NW 2nd St., Suite #3 Odonville, MN 56278 Fax:320-839-2543 info@ProlmagePartners.com www. ProlmagePartners. corn Trojan B-Squad volleyball hands out end of year awards The Ortonville Trojan B-Squad volleyball team ended the season on Thursday, Oct. 30 with their annual Awards Banquet. The following awards were given based on statistics throughout the year: Best Passer-Marissa Baerwaldt; Best Hitter-Samantha Peterson; Best Server-Samantha Peterson; and Best Setter-Marissa Baerwaldt. The final award given was for Most Valuable Player. This award was given based on a team vote. Receiving the 2008 B-Squad MVP award was Marissa Baerwaldt. "Congratulations to the award winners and to the rest of the team as well for a fun and successful season," said Coach Hillary Henrich. "I look forward to watching this team develop and grow as players in the next couple years." We want hunting photos for the newspaper Either drop off a picture of your bird or deer at the Independent office or call us at 839-6163 and we'll come take a picture or email full size, direct from camer to-" mail@ortonvilleindependent.com N om Health S ents be Served! Door Prize Drawin L 4" LO wwwoahss OrtonvJlle Area CLINTON Health Services CLINIC NORTHSIDE MEDICAL CENTER Page 6 INDEPENDE.NT Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008 r I I r  'hi I, ! HIII II HIK mllg rlEill]lildl[llilllIlll], l ;I: l]llllElOlilllll I, I4',I,* I!] :  [ ]' fill I li[Ili;IITliLi i;llllli |11dl flHlIIl HlldTB