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2 OHS VOLLEYBALL TEAMS recently held their end of the season awards banquet. The varsity team is pic- tured above: In front: (I-r): Kristin Barr, All-Conference winner Amy Jo Smith, All-Conference winner Michelle Amundson, and Sabrina Strege. In back: lenna Longhenry, Amanda Thyne, Nicole Henrich, Caitlin Spors and Stacy Wigman. Amundson, Smith named all conference volleyball players Lady Trojan Volleyball held their ing players earning a varsity letter: Leah McLaughlin and Ann Kopitzke 2003 awards night on Sunday, Nov. 9 Seniors Amanda Pederson, Michelle were also varsity letter winners for the in the Ortonville High School com- Amundson, Angela Nelson, Stephanie season. mons area. Schuelke, Amy Jo Smith, Jenna Other awards that were given Following a potluck supper, the C- Longhenry and Amy Kellen. Junior included Practice Players of the Year, Squad team was presented with their letter-winners were Stacy Wiegman, which were given to Amanda Thyne, awards by Coach Jan Eifealdt. After Caitlin Spors, Sabrina Strege, Rebecca Hillman and Amy Jo Smith. C-Squad awards were given, B-Squad Amanda Thyne, Nicole Henrich, Gatorade Rookie of the Year went to Coach Kylene Nelson presented Kristin Barr, and Sophomore Rebecca Caitlin Spors, and Gatorade Will to awards. Hillman. Win Athlete of the year went to Varsity followed with the follow- Student Managers Kelsey Watkins, Sabrina Strege. Nicole Henrich was named Gatorade Player of the Year, Stacy HUGE H0UDAY Wiegman was named Most Energetic GIGANTICALLY Player and Kristin Barr was awarded PIANO CLEARANCE SALE Mos, Improved Player. Michelle Amundson was selected as this year's 30% TO 70% OFF OVER 200 NEW AND USED Most Valuable Player. Grand, Vertical, &: Digital Pianos, all discounted to the MAX All-Conference honors were also presented to Michelle Amundson and 40% TO No room for a Amy Jo Smith. Honorable Mention 70% OFF OVER 100 but want that big went to Stephanie Schuelke and l GRANDS IN STOCK! Grand oundr Nicole Henrich. UsedGrands " Wha,,r3Olii&- "The team played much better thatl from just $995. their record showsas they set several Plus-nice Priced from school records," said varsity Coach selection of $2,000 to S4,0o0 Dean Strege of the lady Trojans' 7-15 LUS DOZENS overall record. According to Strege, Players. of spinet, records were set for Most Blocks in a 7'and9' and consolea to Match with 28 blocks during the Grands as well! choose from! Morris game. An individual record 90 DAYS SAME ASCASH!  WEWILL was set by Michelle Amundson for ..... NOT BE Most Digs in a Single Match, with 25 pl o,,D00SOLO, versus Hancock. The Trojans also had LAY-AWAYFOR " 45 individual top 10 performances. CH RISTMAS DELIVERY & FINANCING DELIVERY!  AVAILABLE! CLASSIFIED' ADS BRING 5640 W. Broadway, Crystal, MN www.pianoworld.net QUICK RESULTS 763-533-6117 or TOLL FREE 888-533-6117  ,..,,.,,,,, Bowling TIIURSDAY SPARKLERS- 1 !/20/03 Won Sunrise Gals .............................................. 11 1 "iple T ...................................................... 9 3 Conroy Eye Care ....................................... 6 6 Moose Lodge ............................................. 6 6 Bellingham Elevator ................................. 5 7 VFW ........................................................... 5 7 Alley Cats ................................................... 4 8 Wanna B's .................................................. 2 10 Scratch -ttlG: Renee Athey 189; illS: Renee Athey 223; ltTG: Triple T 718; IITS: Triple T 2107. With llandicap - HIG: Renee Athey 223; tllS: Natasha ltynnek 573; tlTG: Moose Lodge 932; tITS: Sunrise Gals 2602. ***** SUNDAY MIXED-11/09 Lost J & M Truckin'. ....................................... 31 1 Alley Cats .................................................. 20 12 Silver Bullets ............................................. 7 25 Pin Setters .................................................. 6 26 HTS: J & M 2007; tlTG: J & M 687; IIWS: Becky Sherod 496; ltWG: Becky Sherod 205; HMS: Heith Sherod 599; IIMG: lleilh Sherod 212. ***** MONDAY NITE-II/10 Won Lost Mountain Dew ........................................... 8 0 Matador ..................................................... 6 2 Bud's Bait .................................................. 5 3 Larry's Refrigeration ............................... 4 4 Minnwest Bank ......................................... 4 4 Pepsi ........................................................... 3 5 Club %75 ................................................... 2 6 Henrich & Sons ......................................... 0 8 HTS: Pepsi 2592; HTG: Pepsi 894; HIS: Steve Hennen 588; tlIG: Steve ltennen 232 Meetings ] SIXTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM from Big Stone tured above (I-r). In back, Shelby Kracke, N|chole Swenson and Kahe Helgeson. In front: Marissa Scoblic, Nicole Gulley and Tanya Sparby. The team ended record, and was coached by Mike Swenson. GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday at First English Lutheran Church, Ortonville. 36-TF AA MEETINGS are held every Monday at 8:30 a.m. at 468 Main St., Big Stone City, SD and every Tues- day at 8 p.m. at Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Monroe Ave., Ortonville (use back alley entrance). 17-TF* ALANON MEETINGS are held every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center in Ortonville (use alley entrance). All friends and family members of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* BIG STONE LIONS FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE season with a 6-0 record for the basketball season. tured above (I-r); Kaitlin Kottke, Kara Helgeson, J. Halvorson and Crystal Folk. OHS gymnastics began last Monday, preparing for season are seniors Jenny Maas and Alyssa Adelman, juniors Julia Nelson, Katie Hedge and Kira Sherod, sopho- mores Kailea Anderson and Karin Anderson, and freshman Ashley Henrich. Maas and Adelman were chosen as team captains for the season. , At this pont, the team has been focusing on conditioning and begin- ning to block their beam and floor routines. Competitors have only 13 practices before the first meet, which will be held on Dec. 8 against Sisseton, SD. In previous years, the l had more time to they will be rushed to earlier than normal. "The girls have and a willingness to learn necessary skills said Holtquist. The team also reflex balance beam style beani [iasmore when used. Coach ing to see a rise in that the athletes will to practice with daily. Ortonville High School's gymnas- tics team began practice last Monday, Nov. 17, with about 20 new athletes and returning competitors to fill out the squads. Coaches for this season will be Becky Holtquist as head coach, and Missy Adelman and Sue Marsolek as assistant coaches. Both assistants are new to the pro- gram this year, but according to Holtquist, they have already shown their abilities in helping with spotting and blocking routines. Returning letter winners from last ,n}ot/ eleahmema at o. atone! off regular price Select Christmas Items Greenery, Garland, Wreaths, Trees, Lights, Selected Boxed Cards and Import Figurines Kodak Film 100 speed Single-use == OHS GYMNASTICS COMPETITORS began practice last Monday, Nov. 17, for the 2003-04 team has many returning members this year, and has recently purchased a new beam. Pi of the teammates warm up for practice. Countryside Ortonville school now, Camera 24 exposure  300;'99 $1.69 27 exposure 200 speed 24 exposure S $1.99 Liebe Drug/Variety Ortonville, MN 839-3825 Stoves .The First Nationally Certified Countrysffe Stoves The flritNationally Certified Multi-Fuel Corn Store RICHARD NELSON 30023 720th Ave. Clinton,HN 56225 (320) 3255572 James Knoll Elementary Calendar of Events Tuesday, Nov. 25:3:10-4:10 p.m. - Wizard of the PC grades 3-6; 2:30 p.m. - Paraprofessional meeting in Room Bl12; 3:30-6 p.m. Trojan Tech after School program in the Media Center. Wednesday, Nov. 26:2:30 p.m. School dismissed for Thanksgiving break. Thursday, Nov. 27: No School. Friday, Nov. 28: No School. School Lunch Tuesday, Nov. 25: Breakfast: Cereal Choices or Raised Donut, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Pickles, Cheese, Lettuce, Sliced Tomatoes, Tator Tots, Juice Choices, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Page 8 INDEPENDENT Wednesday, Cereal Choices or Toast, Diced Lunch: 4-12 Foo Wedges, K-3 Smiley Fries, Pear Sauce 12: Baked Thursday, N, Friday, Nov. Monday, Cereal Choices Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Italia French Bread, Fruit Sauce, 12: Baked Tuesday, Cereal Choic Cinnamon W 'Sauce, Milk Lunch: Mi Curly Fries, Peach Sauce, 4-12: Baked 2 OHS VOLLEYBALL TEAMS recently held their end of the season awards banquet. The varsity team is pic- tured above: In front: (I-r): Kristin Barr, All-Conference winner Amy Jo Smith, All-Conference winner Michelle Amundson, and Sabrina Strege. In back: lenna Longhenry, Amanda Thyne, Nicole Henrich, Caitlin Spors and Stacy Wigman. Amundson, Smith named all conference volleyball players Lady Trojan Volleyball held their ing players earning a varsity letter: Leah McLaughlin and Ann Kopitzke 2003 awards night on Sunday, Nov. 9 Seniors Amanda Pederson, Michelle were also varsity letter winners for the in the Ortonville High School com- Amundson, Angela Nelson, Stephanie season. mons area. Schuelke, Amy Jo Smith, Jenna Other awards that were given Following a potluck supper, the C- Longhenry and Amy Kellen. Junior included Practice Players of the Year, Squad team was presented with their letter-winners were Stacy Wiegman, which were given to Amanda Thyne, awards by Coach Jan Eifealdt. After Caitlin Spors, Sabrina Strege, Rebecca Hillman and Amy Jo Smith. C-Squad awards were given, B-Squad Amanda Thyne, Nicole Henrich, Gatorade Rookie of the Year went to Coach Kylene Nelson presented Kristin Barr, and Sophomore Rebecca Caitlin Spors, and Gatorade Will to awards. Hillman. Win Athlete of the year went to Varsity followed with the follow- Student Managers Kelsey Watkins, Sabrina Strege. Nicole Henrich was named Gatorade Player of the Year, Stacy HUGE H0UDAY Wiegman was named Most Energetic GIGANTICALLY Player and Kristin Barr was awarded PIANO CLEARANCE SALE Mos, Improved Player. Michelle Amundson was selected as this year's 30% TO 70% OFF OVER 200 NEW AND USED Most Valuable Player. Grand, Vertical, &: Digital Pianos, all discounted to the MAX All-Conference honors were also presented to Michelle Amundson and 40% TO No room for a Amy Jo Smith. Honorable Mention 70% OFF OVER 100 but want that big went to Stephanie Schuelke and l GRANDS IN STOCK! Grand oundr Nicole Henrich. UsedGrands " Wha,,r3Olii&- "The team played much better thatl from just $995. their record showsas they set several Plus-nice Priced from school records," said varsity Coach selection of $2,000 to S4,0o0 Dean Strege of the lady Trojans' 7-15 LUS DOZENS overall record. According to Strege, Players. of spinet, records were set for Most Blocks in a 7'and9' and consolea to Match with 28 blocks during the Grands as well! choose from! Morris game. An individual record 90 DAYS SAME ASCASH!  WEWILL was set by Michelle Amundson for ..... NOT BE Most Digs in a Single Match, with 25 pl o,,D00SOLO, versus Hancock. The Trojans also had LAY-AWAYFOR " 45 individual top 10 performances. CH RISTMAS DELIVERY & FINANCING DELIVERY!  AVAILABLE! CLASSIFIED' ADS BRING 5640 W. Broadway, Crystal, MN www.pianoworld.net QUICK RESULTS 763-533-6117 or TOLL FREE 888-533-6117  ,..,,.,,,,, Bowling TIIURSDAY SPARKLERS- 1 !/20/03 Won Sunrise Gals .............................................. 11 1 "iple T ...................................................... 9 3 Conroy Eye Care ....................................... 6 6 Moose Lodge ............................................. 6 6 Bellingham Elevator ................................. 5 7 VFW ........................................................... 5 7 Alley Cats ................................................... 4 8 Wanna B's .................................................. 2 10 Scratch -ttlG: Renee Athey 189; illS: Renee Athey 223; ltTG: Triple T 718; IITS: Triple T 2107. With llandicap - HIG: Renee Athey 223; tllS: Natasha ltynnek 573; tlTG: Moose Lodge 932; tITS: Sunrise Gals 2602. ***** SUNDAY MIXED-11/09 Lost J & M Truckin'. ....................................... 31 1 Alley Cats .................................................. 20 12 Silver Bullets ............................................. 7 25 Pin Setters .................................................. 6 26 HTS: J & M 2007; tlTG: J & M 687; IIWS: Becky Sherod 496; ltWG: Becky Sherod 205; HMS: Heith Sherod 599; IIMG: lleilh Sherod 212. ***** MONDAY NITE-II/10 Won Lost Mountain Dew ........................................... 8 0 Matador ..................................................... 6 2 Bud's Bait .................................................. 5 3 Larry's Refrigeration ............................... 4 4 Minnwest Bank ......................................... 4 4 Pepsi ........................................................... 3 5 Club %75 ................................................... 2 6 Henrich & Sons ......................................... 0 8 HTS: Pepsi 2592; HTG: Pepsi 894; HIS: Steve Hennen 588; tlIG: Steve ltennen 232 Meetings ] SIXTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM from Big Stone tured above (I-r). In back, Shelby Kracke, N|chole Swenson and Kahe Helgeson. In front: Marissa Scoblic, Nicole Gulley and Tanya Sparby. The team ended record, and was coached by Mike Swenson. GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday at First English Lutheran Church, Ortonville. 36-TF AA MEETINGS are held every Monday at 8:30 a.m. at 468 Main St., Big Stone City, SD and every Tues- day at 8 p.m. at Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Monroe Ave., Ortonville (use back alley entrance). 17-TF* ALANON MEETINGS are held every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center in Ortonville (use alley entrance). All friends and family members of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* BIG STONE LIONS FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE season with a 6-0 record for the basketball season. tured above (I-r); Kaitlin Kottke, Kara Helgeson, J. Halvorson and Crystal Folk. OHS gymnastics began last Monday, preparing for season are seniors Jenny Maas and Alyssa Adelman, juniors Julia Nelson, Katie Hedge and Kira Sherod, sopho- mores Kailea Anderson and Karin Anderson, and freshman Ashley Henrich. Maas and Adelman were chosen as team captains for the season. , At this pont, the team has been focusing on conditioning and begin- ning to block their beam and floor routines. Competitors have only 13 practices before the first meet, which will be held on Dec. 8 against Sisseton, SD. In previous years, the l had more time to they will be rushed to earlier than normal. "The girls have and a willingness to learn necessary skills said Holtquist. The team also reflex balance beam style beani [iasmore when used. Coach ing to see a rise in that the athletes will to practice with daily. Ortonville High School's gymnas- tics team began practice last Monday, Nov. 17, with about 20 new athletes and returning competitors to fill out the squads. Coaches for this season will be Becky Holtquist as head coach, and Missy Adelman and Sue Marsolek as assistant coaches. Both assistants are new to the pro- gram this year, but according to Holtquist, they have already shown their abilities in helping with spotting and blocking routines. Returning letter winners from last ,n}ot/ eleahmema at o. atone! off regular price Select Christmas Items Greenery, Garland, Wreaths, Trees, Lights, Selected Boxed Cards and Import Figurines Kodak Film 100 speed Single-use == OHS GYMNASTICS COMPETITORS began practice last Monday, Nov. 17, for the 2003-04 team has many returning members this year, and has recently purchased a new beam. Pi of the teammates warm up for practice. Countryside Ortonville school now, Camera 24 exposure  300;'99 $1.69 27 exposure 200 speed 24 exposure S $1.99 Liebe Drug/Variety Ortonville, MN 839-3825 Stoves .The First Nationally Certified Countrysffe Stoves The flritNationally Certified Multi-Fuel Corn Store RICHARD NELSON 30023 720th Ave. Clinton,HN 56225 (320) 3255572 James Knoll Elementary Calendar of Events Tuesday, Nov. 25:3:10-4:10 p.m. - Wizard of the PC grades 3-6; 2:30 p.m. - Paraprofessional meeting in Room Bl12; 3:30-6 p.m. Trojan Tech after School program in the Media Center. Wednesday, Nov. 26:2:30 p.m. School dismissed for Thanksgiving break. Thursday, Nov. 27: No School. Friday, Nov. 28: No School. School Lunch Tuesday, Nov. 25: Breakfast: Cereal Choices or Raised Donut, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Pickles, Cheese, Lettuce, Sliced Tomatoes, Tator Tots, Juice Choices, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Page 8 INDEPENDENT Wednesday, Cereal Choices or Toast, Diced Lunch: 4-12 Foo Wedges, K-3 Smiley Fries, Pear Sauce 12: Baked Thursday, N, Friday, Nov. Monday, Cereal Choices Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Italia French Bread, Fruit Sauce, 12: Baked Tuesday, Cereal Choic Cinnamon W 'Sauce, Milk Lunch: Mi Curly Fries, Peach Sauce, 4-12: Baked