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TRIBUNE wrestlers in Adrian ular last week Coach, Chad 6, 2004. the traveled to in their tri- ms present Jackson and Adrian. round started vs. Adrian. year is very came out with managed ! though and one Giving out Were Gavin Nelson, and Giving out the was Cory 52R. RC/WWG lost it was vs Jackson This was a up and the the team The Chargers win, but gave got 3 decisions match. )ins were Walz. and Nick final score was 33, Jackson 46. follows, wrestlers 21 vs tlson 3:46 Bullerman in randon Croatt in 1:48 won by Loosbrock 13 135 Brandon Bullerman won by 140  maj dec Tom Slater 6 to 0 145 Clint Metz dec over Dgn0von Walz 4 to 3 152 Tony Salter pinned izzv Altermatt in 1:27 160 Cody Reverts maj dec Nick Coulter 10 to 2 171 Trent Bullerman won by Forfeit 189 Kirk Nelson pinned Levi Bullerman in 2:58 215 Cody Lutmer pinned Brent Christionson in 1:59 275 Mike Hubert pinned Jonas Boltjes in 5:23 RRC/WWG 33 vs Jackson County Central 46 103 Tony Stewart pinned  in 2:59 112 Jacob Johnson pinned Charlie Hubert in :32 seconds 119_ Clint Linule pinned Dave Phaenkhouane in 1:40 125 Randy Hummel won by Forf%it 130 Nick Schroeder dec over Calvin Ferguson 6 to 4 135 Devin Beldicek won by 140 Jordan Burmeister maj dec Corv Schroeder 13 to 5 145 ] pinned Mitchell Ferguson in 2:30 152  won by Forfeit 160 Nick Coulter won by Forfeit 171 Kent Scheff won by 189 Tom Nesseth pinned Kirk Nelson in 1:30 215 Eric Neilson pinned Brent Christianson in 2:52 274  pinned Jared Knips in 3:53 Sports Wednesday, January 14, 2004 Page 7 Wrestling team travels to Wells for tournament By Head Coach Chad Irlbeck On Saturday, January 10, the wrestling team trav- eled all the way down to Wells, MN to wrestle in their USC Individual Tournament. Teams partici- pating were Hayfield, LCWM/Loyola, Madelia- Truman, Maple River, RRC/WWG, United South Central/Alden-Conger, WEM. The Chargers wres- tled great with 8 placing in the top 6. Five placed in the top 4, with 3 in the champi- onship round. The wrestlers that placed were Clint Lingle th, Nick Schreoder 5th, Cory Schreoder 4th, Donavon Walz 2nd, Izzy Altermatt 6th, Nick Coulter 4th, Kirk Nelson 2nd, and Mike Hubert 1st. The 3 in the champi- onship round (Donavon Walz at 135, Kirk Nelson at 215, and Mike Hubert at hwt.), all wrestled impres- sivly. Donavan Walz has wrestled at 145 all year and decided to drop two weight classes to get to 135 and physically worked his oppo- nent over. He eventually lost in the championship 4 to 6 in overtime to Will Peterson Madson Benefit Hundreds of friends and relatives showed up to support the Madson family at a French Toast breakfast Sunday morning held in the school cafeteria in Westbrook. from USC. At 215 Kirk Nelson wrestled Matt Schreopfer from CWM for the championship, Kirk as leading 7 to 0 in the 2nd period when he got caught and pinned. That just goes to show that in wrestling things can so sour in a cou- ple of seconds. At hwt. Mike Hubert beat Jared Thelemann from WEM 3-2 to claim the championship. Mike has been wrestling very well this year. He respects all, fears none. Forest Asp and Brent Christianson win Gold and Taylor push each other as hard to become state champs also. 140/145 pounds Michael Yang has worked By Asst. Coach Paul Olson The RRC/WWG B-Squad traveled to Springfield this past Satm'day to participate B-Squad girls lose two By Coach Duane Hannan The Rebels of MCC proved to be just a bit more than the Charger B-Squad could cope with last Monday in Slayton, as the girls fell 33-25. "We probably played our best ball of the year," said Coach Hannan. "We played aggressive defense on the wings and pushed the ball well." Down by 9 at halftime, the Chargers played a strong second half, cutting the lead by the end to just 5. Jonna Maas led the scor- ers with 8. Abby Knott and Denise Tietz had 5 each. Knott, Jess Olsem, and Sara Swanson each pulled down 3 boards. 8th grade Charger girls vs SSC By Coach Rob Psterson The 8th grade Charger girls basketball team trav- eled to SSC to play a very tall and physical SSC team. The girls really couldn't get the basketball to go through the hoop. The girls although played very strong and kept playing hard, but came up on the short end. Leading scorer was Emily Helmer with 6 points. Malori Paplow and Erin Vosberg had 4 points each, Amanda Deprez and Jenny Hoffman with 3 points each. The Chargers record is now 3-3. 8th grade girls pick up in an 8 team individualtour- incredible hard for a first The Chargers returned , ul00Uffes'l00n" nament. Forest Asp, 112, season wrestler. Michaellost home on Friday after a c0u-' fourth win of at and Brent Christianson his first match to Nate ple weeks on the road to take eas ..... (Hwt.) each took first place. Hodnefield of JCC by a 7-1 on Edgerton. S on! St James Taylor Mattison (112), and score. Michael then came Once again the girls  Cling Imker (Hwt.), each back with two big wins over stormed back late, cutting a First . Derek Pro; Zach Dot); Mattison, 1 Placing Fourth - Troy Schoenenberger. Youth Wrestling at St. Second James, January 10 2 pins; Placing First - Brakken eyer, 1 pin; Bierl, 3 pins; Taylor 2 pins. Keairnes, 3 pins; Brady Taylor Bierl. Williams, Placing Third - Bryan 1 pin. Bierl and Ryan Schroepfer. g concerned & responsible and businesses support the churches, and their activities. l& center in Minneta" Street -3485 Tracy Ph. 532-9430 all is al MN MN. 629-4510 3nct ers Sanborn. ' Revere. Lucan. - MAIN 752-7352 859 Y " -2154 Grove, MN 274-5962 MN Westbrook / Walnut Grove Funeral Home 507-274-6700 Westbrook, MN. 507-859-2161 Walnut Grove, MN Maynard'.s Food Center 274-5555 Westbrook, MN. Sentinel Tribune Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 Koblegard Auto 859-2220 Walnut Grove, MN. Your local long term provider since 1961 49 First Ave. Westbrook, MN 56183 507-274-6155 placed second. Michael Yang (140), and Joe Schroepfer (189), each played fourth. The team had 18 wins (12 of which were pins) and 13 losses on the day. Not bad for a team that was missing 5 wrestlers. The team sent in their students' weights and the Springfield coaches grouped the students togeth- er as close to each weight class as possible. This is why we had two or three wrestlers from the same team in the same weight class. All wrestlers were in 8 or 16 man brackets. 95 pounds Jordan Vollner opened with a tough loss to Justin Luskey of Sibley East by an 11-6 score. Jordan bounced right back with a fall over Jake Harazin of Redwood Valley at 2:32. Jordan then lost by a fall at 2:49 to Jacob Stiller of Sibley East to put him out of competition, 103 pounds Charlie Hubert opened with a nail- biting 2-0 win over Derek Skorbroten of River Valley. Charlie then decisioned Zach Crott of JCC 4-3 to put him in the semi-finals of the 16 man bracket. Charlie then lost to Brandon Vickermann of JCC by a fall at :57. In wrestlebacks, Charlie lost to Sam Fischenick by a 13-2 score to finish in 5th or 6th place. 112 pounds - Forest Asp and Taylor Mattison both wrestled their way to the finals of this weight class. Forest pinned Alex Knoblack of Redwood Valley at 3:57. He then pinned Joey Povivio of Sibley East at 3:24. Taylor Mattison also pinned his way to the finals by pasting Tom Schumacher of MT at 1:03. In the finals, Forest came out on top with a hard- fought 3-2 win over Taylor. Folks, you may remember two guns by the names of Austin Scarset and Jeff Cooley. These two are very similar to them. They are always smiling, working hard, and both hate to lose. The team will see if Forest Derek Wolters of Sibley East by a fall at 4:00. He also pinned Aaron Rose of Sibley East at 3:39. But in the third place match Michael again had to face Hodnefield of JCC. He lost by a fall at 4:55. 152 pounds - Michael Kock opened with a fall over A.J. Dufrane of Sibley East at 1:00. Michael then lost 13- 2 to Chris Matte of River Valley. Michael then lost to Rocky Sonkowsky of River Valley to put him out of com- petition. 189 pounds Joe Schroepfer opened with a loss to Brandon Ische of Sibley East by a 10-6 score. Joe then cleaned up on Logan St. John of Sibley East with a fall at 2:13. Joe then lost a heart-breaker in OT to Josh Okins of Redwood Valley by an 8-6 score. Joe works very hard in practice and is improving each week. Hwt. - There were 8 wrestlers that weighed over 190 pounds and RRC/WWG had 3 entrants. Clint Imker, Brent Christianson, and Sam Malmberg. Sam Malmberg lost his first two matches to put him out of competition. Clint Imker pinned his first opponent at 3:25, Zach Ehlke of Sibley East was his first of the day. He then decisioned a very tough Russell Vermillson of Redwood Valley by a 3-2 score. Brent Christianson in the meantime worked over a giant by the name of Victor Vetsowranh of W-MLBO. He flattened him at 1:36. Brent then added another notch to his belt with a 9-5 win over Joe Skow of JCC. Then in the finals Clint and Brent met for the gold. Brent won by a fall at 1:32. These two look to be the big boys next season. With these guys as closers on top, the future looks very good. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU 10-point deficit at the end of 3 to the 6 point 39-33 loss. Eight Chargers scored with Jess Olsem and Denise Tietz leading with 6 each. The two also led the team on the boards with 5 rebounds each. WWG 25 MCC 33 FT FTA FG 3pt. Tot Nelson 0 0 0 0 0 Maas 0 0 4 0 8 Jess Olaem 1 2 1 0 3 Canal 1 2 1 0 3 Tietz l 2 2 0 5 Knott 3 6 1 0 5 Jarmer 0 0 1 0 2 Swanson 0 0 0 0 0 Jen Olsem 0 2 0 0 0 WWG 33 Lake Benton 39 Nelson 1 4 0 0 1 Maas 0 0 2 0 4 Jess Olem 2 3 2 0 6 Canal 0 0 0 0 0 Tietz 0 2 3 0 6 Hass 0 0 2 0 4 Knott 1 2 2 0 5 Jarmer 0 0 0 0 0 Swanson 0 0 0 0 0 den Olsem 0 0 2 0 4 Comnick 1 2 1 0 3 5th grade girls play first game of season By Coach Mischke The 5th grade girls' first game of the season came on the Saturday after a long Christmas break. The team traveled to Windom to take on the Eagles. Windom was a much taller team but WWG was able to play an aggressive offense and a good defense to come away with an impressive victory. They had balanced scoring attack which led to the score of 33- 16. The second game was played in front of a big crowd in Walnut Grove. They took on their rivals to the west, the Tracy Panthers. WWG came out playing very physical and they could not get into an offense flow. Turnovers plagued WWG the whole game. Tracy came away with the win, 4-12. This Saturday the team travels to Brewster for a 4 team tournament. The tip off is scheduled for 10 a.m. / ! , ii /if!! By Coach Rob Peterson The WWG Charger girls traveled to Windom on Thursday, January 8, 2004, to take on the Eagles, The girls started slow, only lead- ing by 7 at halftime, 18-11. The second half seemed like it was a different game, leading at the end of 3 quar- ters by 15 points, 30- 15. Final score was 40 - 21, Chargers win!! Leading scorer was : Malori Paplow with 30 points. Emily Helmer with : ;: 4 points and Jenny-Hoffman with 4 points. Amy Byers also added a basket for 2 points. Alisha Parker, Erin Vosberg had opportunity offensive, but came up .... short, but played great defense. Whitney Frank played limited time due to being ill, but also did a great job. The Chargers record is 4 wins, 3 losses. 7th grade girls play two games By Coach Jessica Jensen The 7th grade girls bas- ketball team played two games last week. The first game was Tuesday, January 6 against SSC at Heron Lake. They walked away from Heron Lake with another victory, 38-25. Leading scorer was Audra Schmidt with 17 points. Contributing to the team's points were Mariah Osland with 3, Jackie Taylor with 2, and Kassandra Jarmer with 6. On Thursday, January 8, the team traveled to Windom where they suffered a loss, 11-21. Audra Schmidt scored the only 11 points.