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SOPHOMORE KYLE ROCKENSOCK is shown above ready to pin Felix Tapia of KMS in wrestling action last Thursday. Rockensock pinned Tapia in 33 seconds. He along with senior Dillan Roggenbuck earned wins against the Fighting Saints. (Photo courtesy of Linda Roggenbuck.) Roggenbuck, Rockensock pick up wins against KMS The Trojan Mat Men traveled to KMS on Thursday, Dec. 22 for their final match before the holiday break and lost to the KMS Fighting Saints, 60-9. Match results were: 106: Jordan Engler (KMS) Fall Tris- tan Eastman (ORT) :40 113: Derek Krieger (KMS) Fall Nick Steltz (ORT) 2:56 120: Cody Peters (KMS) Won by Forfeit 126: Lamberto Rodriguez (KMS) Fall Colby Gimmestad (ORT) 3:03 132: Simon Johnson (KMS) Fall Landon Stallman (ORT) :38 138: Double Forfeit 145: Double Forfeit 152: Jared Krieger (KMS) Fall Robert Wood (ORT) :29 160: Jordon Rothers (KMS) Won by Forfeit 170: Chase Norton (KMS) Fall Isaac Cloos (ORT) 1:22 182: Alexander Mond (KMS) Won by Forfeit 195: Dillian Roggenbuck (ORT) Decision over Austin Rothers (KMS) 2-1 220: Kyle Rockensock (ORT) Fall Felix Tapia (KMS) :33 285: Isaac Froehlick (KMS) Won by Forfeit "We only filled eight of the 14 weight classes due to injuries," said Coach Tom Croatt. "Most of our in- jured wrestlers should be back after the holiday break." Trojan senior Dillan Roggenbuck improved his record to ~$- 1 on the year with his win. Sophomore Kyle Rock- ensock also wrestled well, pinning his opponent in the first period. The Trojans will resume action on Friday, Jan. 6 when they travel to Canby to wrestle the Lancers and BOLD in a Triangular starting at 5 p.m. They will then travel to Benson on Sat- urday, Jan. 7 for the Benson Tourna- ment starting at 9:30 a.m. "CeCebrating L~e, One Family at a 'Time" Traditional & Contemporary Services Cremation Services Monument & Marker Options ,~ Preplanning Services Online Obituaries & Guest Register Attractive Facilities Visit our website: www,larsonfuneral.com ORTONVILLE, MN Fresh Meats, Produce, Bakery, Deli Sandwiches and Salads, Chester Fried Chicken STORE HOURS: Mon-Sat, 8am to 9pro; Sun, 9am to 5prn YOUR COMPLETE AUTO GLASS & BODY SHOP Hedge & Herberg Everist, Inc. Trig 43966 Co. Hwy. 17 Ortonville, MN 56278 Reck Solid Since 1876 Big Stone City, South Dakota 57216 605-862-8143 Ortonville/CGB gymnastics team, competes at Benson The Ortonville/CGB gymnastics junior varsity and varsity teams com- pleted the first haft of the season with an away dual against the Benson Braves on Tuesday, Dec. 20. The Braves scored a 124 to Or- tonville's 108.75. The team gained four points since the previous Saturday's meet and the coaches were pleased with this score since Kirsten Giese is out injured and Hannah Eustice was battling the flu. The athletes came away with many seasonal best scores or personal bests at this meet. The meet was rushed as a bus breakdown, which put the team into quick warm-ups without much stretch time. This delay did not affect the gynmasts, as they came on strong on three events. Many vaulters hit season highs at this meet. Rachel Berger scored an 8.55 for second place on a tight bodied twisting vault. I(ersten Cooper cleaned up a pike in her pre-flight on vault and scored an 8.25 for a personal best and fifth place. Destiny Eastman has looked stronger on vault and also hit a personal best of 8.1. Other vault scores were Eliza Aul and Kaitlyn Kottke at 7.9. Both these gymnasts are new to vault, so these are nice scores for a clean handspring. The team had an exceptional round on floor exercise as they all hit their tumble passes. Rachel Berger scored a 7.7 for fifth place. Hannah Eustice fought through the flu to hit a personal best of 6.95. Other floor scores were Kersten Cooper at 7.275, Kaitlyn Kot- tke 7.0 and ShaRaye Redfield with a 6.5. Balance beam gymnasts put to- gether great scores even though they had a few falls. They showed such .grace and confidence on this event that it helped raise the scores. Rachel Berger hit a 7.3 for third place, Hannah Eustice a 7.15 for fourth place and Kaitlyn Kottke a 7.0 for fifth place. Normally Benson dominates all places on beam, so it was so nice to see the Trojans hold their own on this event. Kersten Cooper also competed and scored a 5.6. The uneven bars are improving as the season progresses, but the athletes still had to many breaks and execution errors to hold scores low. Rachel ~Berger scored a 5.75, Destiny Eastman a 5.5 and Kersten Cooper a 5.25. In all around, Rachel Berger scored a 29.3 for fifth place and Kersten Cooper scored a 26.175. The B-squad scored an 81.6 to Ben- son's 104.5. Four athletes placed in the competition. ShaRaye Redfield placed third on vault and beam, and placed fourth on uneven bars. Jessaline Backer placed second on all around, while teammates Mackenzie Streich was fifth on beam and Desiree Raffety was fifth on bars. The team has a much needed two week break before their next meet on Jan. 7 in Sisseton, SD. The team had six meets in 14 days prior to Christmas, which has left little time to get some practice on the equipment. "We are setting the athletes some higher individual and team goals to ac- complish over the break so the team can score at least a 115," said Coach Becky Holtquist. GYMNAST OF THE WEEK goes to juniorHannah Eustice. She competed while nursing the flu at the Benson meet and hit a personal best on floor of 6.95 and placed fourth on beam with a 7.15. Hannah grows stronger daily as the season progresses. B-squad girls basketball team earns two more wins Ortonville's B-squad gifts basket- ball team played three games just be- fore the holiday break, winning two and losing one. On Tuesday, Dec. 6 the team trav- eled to Belgrade to battle the Belgrade- Brooten-Elrosa Jaguars and were defeated by the score 44-25. Mary Kate Treinen led the Lady Trojans with 12 points. She was fol- lowed by Cassie Sorenson with seven, and Kendra Fryer, Amanda Goergen and Hanna Fredrichsen each with two. Sorenson led the team in rebounds with nine, followed by Fredrichsen and Fryer each with four and Goergen with three. Treinen also led the team with five steals and three blocked shots. Sorenson had two assists in the game. On Friday, Dec. 9 the Trojans hosted the CGB Wolverines. Ortonville held a 14-4 lead at halftime and went on to win the game, 34-24. Mary Kate Treinen had another nice game scoring with 14 points. Shelby Strei was also in double figures with 10. Cassie Sorenson added four points and Kelly Taffe, Hanna Fredrichsen and Amanda Goergen each had two. Strei was the leading rebounder for the Trojans with seven, Fredrichsen added six, Treinen had five and Soren- son and Goergen each had four. The Lady Trojans were aggresive on defense as Treinen had five steals, Go- ergen four and Strei with two. Ortonville then traveled to Wheaton on Friday, Dec. 16 and defeated the Warriors, 45-29. Ortonville held a slim 18-15 lead at halftime, but were able to increase their lead in the second half and earn the win. Eight Lady Trojan players were in the scoring column in this game. They were led by Cassie Sorenson with 12, Mary Kate Treinen and Shelby Strei each with eight, Kendra Frye, Hanna Fredrichsen and Amanda Goergen each had four, Kelly Taffe with three and Brenna Giese with two. Leading rebounder in the game for Ortonville was Cassie Sorenson with seven, followed by Kendra Fryer with five and Hanna Fredrichsen with four. Mary Kate Treinen led in steals with seven. Shelby Strei had six and Hanna Fredrichsen had three. Treinen also had three assists along with Goergen and Strei had two. The next action for Ortonville B- squad will be Thursday and Friday, Dec. 29-30 at the Lac qui Parle Valley Holiday Tournament. On Thursday, Ortonville will play Atwater-Cosmos- Grove City at 3 p.m. in the Commons of the LQPV School. On Friday, the Lady Trojans will play LQPV at 1 p.m. also in the Commons. The next home game will be on Tuesday, Jan. 3 when Ortonville will host Lincoln HI at 6:15 p.m. Bowling THURSDAY SPARKLERS- 12/15/11 Won Lost SMAC Enterprises .............. 10 6 Belllngham Elevator ........... 10 6 Alley Cats ............................. 10 6 RJB Trucking ...................... .8 8 Wanna B's ............................. 7 9 Moose ................................... .3 13 HISG: Renee Lovgren- 182; HIHG: Lori Nelson- 229; HISS: Clara Schuelke-512;HIHS: Clara Schuelke-617; HTSG: RJB Truck- ing- 605; HTHG: RJB Trucking 784; HTSS: Bellingham Elevator- 1732; HTHS: Bellingham Elevator- 2233. THURSDAY SPARKLERS- 12/22/11 Won Lost Bellingham Elevator ........... 14 6 Alley Cats ............................. 13 7 SMAC Enterprises .............. 10 10 Wanna B's ............................ 10 10 RJB Trucking ...................... D 11 Moose ................................... 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