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PLACING SECOND AT THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT IN BENSON last Saturday, Nov. 6 were the OMC Bowling team. OMC (Ortonville/Milbank/Clinton) lost to Benson in the championship 3-1. Team members and coaches are pictured above. In front from left to right are Tanner Teske and Riley Van Sambeek. Back row left to right are Coach Pat Raffety, Eric Monztka, Brendon Hoeke, Skyler Anderson, Kyle Rockensock, Bridget Walsh and Coach Greg Peterson. OMC bowling team places second at Conference Meet The Ortonville/Milbank/Clinton High School Bowling team completed their season with a second place finish in the conference tournament at the Benson Bowling Center on Saturday, Nov. 6. The first match saw OMC sweep Montevideo/LPV Hawks 3-0 by scores of 161-126, 158-136 and 171- 154. Next up for OMC were the #1 seeded Alexandria Cardinals. The Cardinals grabbed an early 2-0 lead in the five game match by scores of 178- 168 and 167-146. The OMC team then ran off three consecutive wins, 161-144, 161-152, and 198-181 to beat the Cardinals and move into the conference title match against the tournament host Benson Braves. OMC won the first game 157-151 before being defeated the next three games 167-140, 183-124, and 212- 158. Team members this year were Bridget Walsh, Eric Monztka, Kyle Rockensock and Skyler Anderson of Ortonville; Brendon Hoeke and Riley Van Sambeek from Milbank; and Tan- ner Teske of Clinton. Eric Montzka finished in the top 12 in the conference in fill percentage, filling 69 percent of the frames he bowled. Brendon Hoeke was voted to the All-Conference team, being se- lected by conference coaches and players. The team is coached by Pat Raffety and Greg Peterson. ANNUAL END OF THE SEASON VOLLEYBALL AWARDS were handed out last Tuesday, Nov. 2 at the Pizza Ranch in Ortonville. Award winners pictured from left to right are sophomore Morgan Messmer (All-Confer- ence, MVP and Top Setter), senior Mallory Adelman (All-Conference Hon- orable Mention), and junior Rachel Berger (All-Conference Honorable Mention, Best Hitter, Passer and Lead Server). All awards were decided off highest percentage. Head Coach Missy Pederson would like to thank Liz Ketz and Sheila Hoernemann for working the score table and announcing during the season and Mr. Matt Lamb and the OHS Pep Band for sounding '.'awesome" at their games as the team enjoyed warm ups with them play- Ing. 00l'A00ff ##/[A111g00g, Bowling Monday Nite - 11/01/2010 Won Lost Mt Dew ...................................... 24 8 Moose .............................. . .......... 19 13 Precision Glass .......................... 16 16 Otrey Lake ................................ 16 16 Larry's ..................................... 16 16 Minnwest ................................... 15 17 Pepsi ........................................... 12 20 Ortonville Independent, ........... 10 22 HTSG: Precision Glass - 918; HTSS: Precision Glass- 2588; HTHG: Precision Glass - 1116; HTHS: Precision Glass - 3182; HISG: Roman Karels- 207; HISS: Jared Heck - 606; HTHG: Bob Gottsleben-262; HTHS: Don Van Veen- 689. THURSDAY SPARKLERS-10/26/10 Won Lost SMAC Enterprises ................... 21 7 Alley Cats ................................. 14.5 13.5 Wanna B s ................................. 13 15 RJB Trucking .......................... 12.5 15.5 Bellingham Elevator ................. 12 16 Moose ......................................... 11 17 HISG: Heidi Meister - 252; HIHG: Heidi Meister- 255; HISS: Heidi Meis- ter-543; HIHS: Sharon Scoblic-601; HTSG: Moose- 659; HTHG: RJB Trucking- 815; HTSS: Moose- 1719; HTHS: RJB Trucking-2221. THURSDAY SPARKLERS-11/04/10 Won Lost SMAC Enterprises ................... 22 10 Wanna B's ............................. ,...16 16 Moose ......................................... 15 17 RJB Trucking .......................... 145 17-5 Alley Cats ................................. 14-5 17.5 Bellingham Elevator ................. 14 18 HISG: Sue Pansch - 210; HIHG: Sue Pansch- 277; HISS: Tash Hynnek-472; HIHS: Sue Pansch-666; HTSG: Moose- 575; HTHG: RJB Trucking- 802; HTSS: SMAC Enterprises- 1679; HTHS: Moose-2281. Ortonville School menu Tuesday, Nov. 9: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Toasted English Muffin, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Dell Beef Sandwich, K-3 Beef Sticks, Gold Fish Graham's, Batter Bites, Mixed Fruit Sauce. Wednesday, Nov. 10: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Breakfast Hot Pocket, Applesauce. Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs, Cheesy Rice, Mixed Veggies, Fresh Grapes. Thursday, Nov. 11: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Waffle Sticks, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk. Lunch: Creamy Chicken Pasta, Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls, Cranberry A NICE 10 POINT BUCK was shot by Quint3( Swenson east of Ortonville on Saturday, Nov. 6 during the opener of the Minnesota Firearms Deer Sea- son. The deer weighed approximately 200 Ibs. Quincy, a sophomore at OHS, was hunting with his dad, Tim, when he shot the deer. Trophies, Awards, Plaques, Mugs, Gifts, Vinyl Graphex, Wail Art, Signs, Decals, Reflective Decals, Caps, Jackets, Spirit Wear, Jerseys, T's Prin00 FULL QOLOI00 l00anner00! weprintonanythingbutpaper.com Ortonville to play 9- Man football start- ing next season With Chokio-Alberta/Herman- Norcross ending their athletic program the Pheasant Confernce met Monday Nov. 1 to decide on possible confer- ence expansion. Beginning next sea- son Parkers Prairie, Ortonville, and ECHO Charter will all be in the 9-Man Pheasant Conference for football. Parkers Prairie will join the North along with Betha-Hewitt, Verndale, Eagle Valley, Hillcrest Lutheran Acad- emy, Ashby, and Underwood. Ortonville and ECHO will join the South along with CGB, Wheaton, Brandon-Evansville, Hancock, and Lincoln HI. More details on this move will ap- pear in next week's Ortonville Inde- pendent. Winter sports to begin next week With the completion of fall sports, practices for some of the winter sports programs will get underway next week. The Ortonville varsity girls basket- ball and gymnastics will begin this Monday, Nov. 15, while varsity boys basketball and wrestling will begin on Monday, Nov. 22. The Ortonville School asks that athletes have physicals, Minnesota State High School league forms and participation fees in to the High School office before practices begin. Snowshoe building class to be held at Lac qui Parle An interactive two-day classroom J event to learn how to build Ojibwa- style snowshoes will be offered by the Minnesota Department of Natural Re- sources (DNR) on Dec. 11-12 at the Lac qui Parle State Park Education Center,14047 20th St. N.W., Watson, MN 56295. Snowshoe kits come in three sizes: small, less than 120 pounds; medium, 125-190 pounds; and large, 190 or more pounds. Cost of the class and snowshoe materials is $75 and class size is limited to 12 participants. The class will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Dessert and hot chocolate will be provided, but partic- ipants are asked to bring their own lunch. Pre-register by calling 320-734- 4450, ext. 225, or e-mailing cara.greger@ state.mn.us prior to Nov. 24. Sauce, Garden Peas, Diced Peach Sauce. Friday, Nov. 12: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Trix Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Soft Shelled Tacos, Lettuce, Cheese, Salsa, Refried Beans, Corn, Churro, Applesauce. Monday, Nov. 15: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Raised Donut, Diced Peach Sauce. Lunch: 4-12 Fajita, Veggies, Let- tuce, Cheese, K-3 Grilled Cheese, Tri- Taters, Mandarin Orange Sauce. Tuesday, Nov. 16: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Banana, Milk. Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Cheese, Lettuce, Onions, Pickles, Tater Tots, Juice Choices. 2007 Chevrolet Silverado LT Ext. Cab 2500 - $17,900 PW/PL. Keyless, 103,000 miles 2004 Ford F250 Lariat Super Duty - $18,600 Powerstroke Diesel, 120.000 miles Check out all of our cars on our new website." www.proautosalesandservice.com PRO aUTO Kevin Backstrand Ortonville, MN 320-839-7197 or 320-839-2911 i BEKI HUGHES OF ORTONVILLE shot her first deer on Saturday, Nov. 6 during the firearms deer opener. Beki shot this eight point buck while hunt- ing on her dad and uncle's farm near Odessa. Special muzzleloader deer hunt at Big Stone Lake State Park Big Stone Lake State Park will be holding a special resource manage- ment deer hunt on Dec.4-5. The Min- nesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) annually holds spe- cial hunts to manage deer populations. Ten antlerless permits have been awarded for this muzzleloader-only hunt on the Meadowbrook Unit of the park. This unit will be partially closed during the hunt with public access limited to the Meadowbrook Camp- ground area. The Bonanza Unit will remain open to all visitors. Visitors are advised to wear blaze orange or brightly colored clothing if they will be in the park while the hunt is in progress. Hunt-related informa- tion for visitors will be available at the park office or contact station. "Deer are part of the natural com- munities that we seek to preserve or restore in the Minnesota state park system," said Ed Quinn, resource management coordinator for Min- nesota state parks. "When deer popu- lations in an area become too high, they can have significant negative im- pacts on native plant and animal com- munities. While park closures or restrictions might be a temporary in- convenience to visitors, they ensure a safe environment and help us to keep our natural communities - like tall grass prairies - healthy." Several Minnesota state parks will hold special resource management deer hunts this fall, and access to visi- tors will vary around the state during the special hunts. Detailed information on access to Minnesota state parks during the spe- cial deer hunts is available online at www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/deer _hunt_map.html. For more informa- tion, contact Big Stone Lake State Park at 320-839-3663. Open House Retirement Party in honor of Roger (Barney) Barnhardt at the West-Con Ortonville Elevator Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 3:00 to 6:00 PM Please join West-Con and its employees in bidding Barney a fond farewell! 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