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4 2011 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS held their Free Throw Contest Sunday, Jan. 30 atthe Big Stone City School Gym. All arda youth ages 10-14 were invited to participate in this annual event. Pictured above are the winners. Front row, left to right are, Jaiden Conroy, Stephanie Rausch, Rachel Hoernemann and Camille Scholberg. Back row, left to right are, Nathan Strong, Alex Hughes, Britton Conroy, Dylan Veen and Noah Kottke. ~i !!i!iI !i!i~ii i iii SECOND PLACE WINNERS of the 2011 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest are pictured above. The com- petition was held on Sunday, Jan. 30 at the Big Stone City Gym. In front, from left to right are, Hannah Strei and Kiersfin Bublitz. Back row, left to right are, Elijah Cloos, Dustin Veen, Deric Radermacher and Isaac Cloos. The Ortonville wrestling team trav- to wrestle well against Parker Kroll. In senior Marcus Easterly. In this match eled to Wheaton Thursday, Feb. 3 to the first period he got the takedown Roggenbuck fell behind when he gave take on Border West, Milbank, SD and right away and was able to get a three up the first takedown at the beginning Groton, SD. The Mat Men did not win point near-fall at the end of the period of the match. He came right back with any dual meets but did have some in- to go up 5-0. In the second period a reversal and a two point near-fall to dividual success. Cloos would add to his lead with a take a 4-2 lead into the second period. Isaac Cloos had one of his best days three point near-fall to take an eight In the second period Jorden took down as a wrestler at this event. In the BoP- point lead into the third period. In the and got a reversal right away. Easterty der West match he wrestled Nick third period Isaac took down and Kroll came right back with a reversal of his Stafford. In the first period Isaac was was able to turn him for a two point own to keep the score close. Jorden set able to get the takedown and did a great near-fall. Cloos got right off of his up his roll and got the two point rever- job of controlling the action and was back and got a reversal and put Kroll sal to go up 8-4 going into the third pe- able to take the lead into the second pe- on his back. Isaac was able to keep riod. In the third period Easterly took riod. In the second period Cloos took Kroll on his back and got the fall and down and was able to get an escape. down and was able to get a reversal and his second win of the night. Cloos had Easterty was then penalized for pulling again was able to control Stafford and a great night and if he had been able to on the headgear to give Roggenbuck a prevent him from scoring. In the third make one less mistake in his second one point for the penalty. Near the end period Stafford took both up and Isaac match he could have won all of his of the match Jorden got a nice take- got a second takedown to increase his matches, down to secure the 11- 5 win. lead to 6-0, Stafford come fight back At 189 pounds Kyle Rockensock In the Groton match Jorden was with a reversal to cut the lead to four. wrestled very well in all of his matches, moved up to 160 pounds to wrestle Cloos came right back and set up his Against Border West he wrestled sen- Conner Blumhardt. In this match roll and got the reversal. He was able ior Willie Pullis. Kyle did a nice job in Roggenbuck got the first takedown and to hold Stafford on his back for a two this match. He did not win hut con- controlled the rest of the period to take point reversal and came away with a tested things well and fought hard a 2-0 lead into the second period. In 10-2 win and four team points, when he was on his back. How he re- the second period he took down and In the Milbank match Isaac fiad to acted when he lost was his victory. He was able to get a reversal and a four wrestle Joseph Van Dover at 140 came off the mat without holding his point lead. In the third period pounds. Cloos fell behind in the first head down and getting so mad at him- Blumhardt took down. Jorden was period on a takedown and a three point self. In the Milbank match Kyle fi- able to add to his lead with a two point near-fall by Van Dover. In the second nally got a wrestler close to his age in near-fall. Blumhardt got off of his period Van Dover was able to add to Landon Jurgens. Rockensock started back and gained a reversal. Roggen- his lead with a two point near-fall, the match with a good takedown. He buck came back with a reversal of his Isaac set up his roll and was able to get was working hard to get a turn with a own. The match ended with a reversal a reversal and put Van Dover on his half-nelson when he got a little too ag- by Blumhardt and with that Jorden had back for a three point near-fall to cut gressive and put Jurgens in a full-nel- an 8-4 win and an undefeated night. the lead to two points as the period son and gave up a penalty point to This was Roggenbnck's fifth win in a ended. In the third period Van Dover make the score 2-1 at the end of the row and was his 19th win of the sea- took down and was able to get a rever- first period. In the second period Kyle son. sal to go up by four points. Cloos was took up and Jurgens gained an escape Dimitri Cuneo wrestled very well in able to keep from getting turned and set right away to tie the score at two. the Groton match against Trento Dun- up his roll again. He got the roll and Rockensock was able to get his second con at 215. In the first period Cuneo was able to hold Van Dover on his back takedown to regain the lead. Kyle then put a lot of pressure on Duncon and long enough for a two point near-fall to rolled the wrist and ran a half-nelson was able to get the takedown right at tie the score at nine. Isaac was franti- and put Jourgens on his back and was the end of the period. In the second pe- cally working to get a turn with a half- able to get the fall in 3:10 and a big riod Dimitri took both up and was able nelson when Van Dover lunged win. In the last match of the night Kyle to get a second takedown at the begin- forward and Isaac's other hand slipped was awarded a forfeit and his second ning of the period. He then let Duncon on to the neck and he was called for a win of the night, up and he was able to get a third take- full-nelson and was penalized one "I was very proud of Kyle's effort down to go up 6-2. Duncon gained an point for an illegal hold. Cloos worked on the night," said Eustice. "He was escape as the period ended. In the third very hard to get a turn but Van Dover able to compete well in all of his period Duncon took both up. Cuneo was able to fight him off and came matches and handled his lose with started the third period with another away a 10-9 win. T class." takedown and let Duncon up again. "This was a tough loss for Isaac to At 152 pounds Jorden Roggenbuck Dimitri was able to get two more take- take after fighting back from seven also had a great night. Against Border downs and went on to win the match points down to tie the score and then West he wrestled Chalmer Combellick. 124 and earned a four point decision. lose it on a illegal hold," said Coach Jorden wasted little time in getting the The next action for the Trojans will Joe Eustice. "I was very impressed takedown right away. He then wasbe Saturday at the Morris Invitational. with how he fought back and had a able to put Combellick on his back and chance to win the match." he would get the fall in 47 seconds. In the Groton match Isaac continued Against Milbank Jorden had to wrestle [. :j 9 The Trojan B-squad boys basketball team improved their record to 9-3 on the season after picking wins over Dawson-Boyd and Wheaton over the past two weeks. On Monday, Jan. 24 the Trojans hosted the Dawson-Boyd Blackjacks. Ortonville got off to a slow start in the first half as the Blackjacks shot the ball well and led the Trojans at halftime, 31-21. In the second half, the Trojans switched their defense and picked up the intensity on both ends of the court and came from behind to defeat Daw- son-Boyd, 58-52. Leading scorer for the Trojans was Tony Schake with 12 points. He was followed by Austin Schoon with 11, Riley Thompson with 10, Cole Peters Hasslen with five and Nic Brnck with four. Ortonville then hosted Wheaton on Friday, Feb. 4 for Parents and Senior Night. The first half saw sloppy play on both teams: The Trojans struggled, with were able to hang on and take the lead at halftime, 22-18. The second half went back and forth with neither team shooting the ball very well. Ortonville was able to slip away with a 45-40 win. "It was almos( a mirror image of the first half," said Coach A1 Guse. "Noth- ing seemed to go our way with both teams playing sloppy basketball." Austin Schoon was the leading scorer for the Trojans with 12. Eighth- grader Riley Thompson finished with netted nine, James Nitz had seven, Jade WCAL StirrOl! Ogn FAHiLY llaS I 100% Customer Satisfaction Complete Auto Body Shop Windshield Repair & Replacement Largest In-Stock Windshield Inventory in Area COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE Second Street Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Phone (320) 839-2255 Toll Free 888-819-2255 a double-double, scoring 10 points pulling down 14 rebounds. Others scoring for the Trojans were:Nic Benck with eight, Aaron Quinn and Tony Schake each had four, James Nitz added three and Cole Peters and Jade Hasslen each had two. Ortonville has three road games coming up. On Thursday, Feb. 10 they are at Hancock, Monday, Feb. 14 at Wheaton and Tuesday, Feb. 15 they will be at Milbank, SD. THURSDAY SPARKLERS-2/3/ll Won Lost Bellingham Elevator ................ ,29 7 RJB Trucking ........................... .25 H SMAC Enterprises .................. .20 16 Alley Cats .................................. 12 24 Moose ......................................... 11 25 Wanna B's ................................. 11 25 HISG: Heidi Meister- 201; HIHG: Sharon Scoblic- 231; HISS: Heidi Meis- ter-528; HIHS: Sharon Scoblic-645; HTSG: Bellingham Elevator- 637; HTHG: Bellingham Elevator- 785; HTSS: Bellingham Elevator- 1801; HTHS: Bellingham Elevator-2245. School menu Tuesday, Feb. 8: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Toasted EngliSh Muffin, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Breaded Beef Patty, K-3 Beef Sticks, G01d Fish Graham's, Batter Bites, Mixed Fruit Sauce. Wednesday, Feb. 9: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Breakfast Hot Pocket, Applesauce, Milk. Lunch: Mini Corn Dogs, Cheesy Rice, Green Beans, Kiwi. Thursday, Feb. 10: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Waffle Sticks, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk. Lunch: Creamy Chicken Pasta, Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls, Cranberry Sauce, Garden Peas, Diced Peach Sauce. Friday, Feb. 11: Breakfast: Whole Grain Cereal, Trix Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Soft Shelled Tacos, Let- tuce, Cheese, Salsa, Refried Beans, Corn Churro, Applesauce. Monday, Feb. 14: Breakfast: Whole G. Cereal/Yogurt, Raised Donut, Diced Peach Sauce, Milk. Lunch: 4-12 Fajita, and Veggies, Lettuce, Cheese, K-3 Grilled Cheese, Tri-Taters, Mandarin Orange Sauce. Tuesday, Feb. 15: Breakfast: Whole G, Ceral/Yogurt, Whole Grain Toast, Diced Pear Sauce, Milk. Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Cheese, Lettuce, Onions, Pickles, Tater Tots, Juice Choices. PICKING UP A WIN FOR THE TROJAN MAT MEN is freshman Isaac Cloos at the Wheaton Quadrangular last Thursday. Cloos is shown above in his match with Nick Stafford of Border West, which he won 10-2. Isaac won two matches for the Trojans. Teams competing were Border West, Groton and Milbank. The next action for the Trojans will be this Saturday, Feb. 12 at the Morris Invitational. HOCI Y PLAYERS OF THE WEEK TYLER JACOBSON RYAN STELTZ JOHN MARSHALL ADAM STELTZ is the son of Pam and Robert skates for the Mini Mite. He is the son of Sarah and Jeff is the son of Doug Steltz of Jacobson of Bellingham. He is is the son of Doug Steltz of Ecker of Twin Brooks, SD.Ortonville. He is a student a student coach for the Mini Ortonville. He is a student coach forcoach for both Squirts and Mites. both Squirts and Mini Mites. Mini Mites. Proud Sponsors of Big Stone Lake Area Hockey I Phyllis M. 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