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TRIBUNE drop 2 in ce play Sports WWG Charger Daniel Schneider goes in for a lay up against the MCC Rebels. 9th grade boys win first tournament game Thurs. night By Coach Dan Peterson Charger B-Squad Report - It was a tough week for the Charger B-Squad drop- ping both games to MCC 43- 50 and Fulda 30-47. Tuesday night MCC yen- tured to Westbrook. The Chargers committed 31 turnovers that led to their downfall. Zach Merrick led the way with 11 points, fol- lowed by Brennan Enstad 10. Layne Kockelman 7, Alex Johnson 6, as David Wednesday, January 21, 2004 Page 7 boys fell to boards. and 1-6 in confer- Friday night the ith 2 losses last Chargers traveled to I:ulda and were defeated 70-41 by a it was MCC very solid Raider squad. Westbrook and WWG trailed 19-4 after the a 63-50 victory, first quarter and could not for most the get back. themselves Madson and Wahl led 3quarters. but the Chargers again, each quarter Rebel scoring 10. Madson recorded finished the his second career double- Again the double by grabbing 10 led from the rebounds as well, Jake only 300. Severson added 8 points. led the The Chargers shot better, 15 points and but struggled going 4-21 in Jake Wahl the fourth quarter. Points and 6 Prestin Parker tossed a pass defender. The Rebels from MCC came to Westbrook for the first round of the 9th grade conference tournament. The Chargers came out slow but went on to win 5L47. It was a total team effort led by Jonathan Kells with 17 points, followed by Prestin Parker and Imvne Kockelman with 11, ,lake Wahl 10. Marcus Nelson 3. and Jordan Heinrich 2. Kells also led the team with 9 rebounds" with Wahl con- tributing . Zach Xlerrick dished out 4 assists while Parker adJed 3. The team Wrestlers travel to Springfield Jan. 15 Luke Giese pinned Taylor Mattison in 3:01 Mitch Clarke won by Forfeit Ryan Anderson dec Nick Schroeder, 12 to 7 Donavon Walz dec Eric Zln, 5 to 1 Izzy Altermatt dec over Ben Kremer, 7 to 4 Tyson Meyeraan dec over Alex Rohlik. 3 to 2 Nick Henning dec over Nick Coulter, 5 to 3 Kirk Nelson pinned Jeff Horne in 4:49 Jeff Strinmetz pinned Brent Christianson in 5:42 Mike Hubert pinned Andy Witzel in 4:48 RRCWWG 17 vs Springfield 52 Luke Amsden tech fall Gavin Mattison. 20 - 2 Andy Kish pinned Clint ].,iaglg_in 3:28 Casy Domeier pinned Forrest Asp in 2:47 Taylor Mattison dec Jake DeBerg 7 to 0 Matt Baier pinned Nick Schroeder in 1:52 Andy Plotz won by Forfeit Matt Hilleshiem dec Donavon Walz, 6 to 2 Kevin Widmer maj dec Izzy Altermatt, 17 to 3 Andy Krueger maj dec , 14to6 Nick Coulter dec Ryan Nelson, 7 to 1 Tony Huiras wins by Forfdt Kirk Nelson wins by Forfeit Bryan Reimers pinned Brent Christianson in 3:21 tech falls Marcus Seifert, 16 - 0 By Head Coach Chad Irlbeck On Thursday, January 15, the RRC/WWG wrestlers traveled to Springfield to wrestle in their triangular. Teams present were River Valley, Fulda/MCC and Red Rock Central. Wrestling started at 5:00 and first it was RRC/WWG vs Fulda/MCC. The Falcons were slain 18-42. The team managed to win four match- es though. Winning were Donavon Walz at 140 and Izzy Altermatt at 145. Getting pins were Kirk Nelson at 189 and Mike Hubert at HWT. Next the Falcons wres- tled River Valley. They, as a whole, are very tough this year also. They have at least four or five wrestlers that are State bound. The team earlier this year was in the MN High School Wrestling Newspaper, The Guillotine, as lean &amp; mean. The Falcons were defeated once again, 17-52. The team won four matches here also though, they were very impressive. Seventh grader Taylor Mattison at 125, Nick Coulter at 160, Kirk Nelson at 189, and Mike Hubert, technical falling Marcus Seifers 16-0 at HWT. RRC/WWG are home Jan. 22 and Jan. 24. Thursday is against MCW (which is also parents night) and Saturday is the big Plum Creek Tournament in Lamberton. Tyler Giese dec over Gvin Mattison 12 to 8 Kody Kramer pinned in 3:20 Lauren Clarke pinned Forrest Aso in 2:26 Schulz, Prestin Parker, Jordan Winter, and Jared 6th Grade Charger girls Schmidt contributed 2, ,Josh Knakmuhs added a win first two of season freethrow. Brennan Enstad Jacob Wahl puts up a shot last week. g concerned & responsible and businesses support the churches, and their activities. Westbrook / Walnut Grove Funeral Home center in Minnesota, 507-274-6700 Street Westbrook, MN. Tracy 507-859-216 ! Ph. 532-9430 Walnut Grove, MN is al MN 274-5464 MN. 629-4510 land ers E'c, Sahborn. Revere, Lucan. - MAIN 7352 uhs "859-2154 Grove, MN 274-5962 , 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.  Westbrook Cr Samaritan In Cs l.a ltr h Sm- Your local long term provider since 1961 49 First Ave. Westbrook, MN 56183 507-274-6155 committed 23 turnovers (too many), but shot 55% tYom the field while only sh()ting 55% from the charity stripe. Freshman Brian Theisen has recently returned to action after an injury and will be a big contribution in the next round. Charger C-Squad Report - The young Chargers took the road to Fulda and brought home another victo- ry over the Raiders 32-29. It was a defensive game that ended in exciting fashion with a mid-court pass to Brian Theisen who dished to Jonathan Kells for a lay-up with just a few ticks on the clock to ice the game. Brian Theisen made his first limit- ed return to action for the Chargers following a broken bone in his foot the first game of the season. Jonathan Kells led the way with 8 points, while Theisen and Zach Merrick added 6. Layne Kocketman, Jared Schmidt and Josh Knakmuhs 4. Zach Merrick had a game high 8 rebounds. 4 steals, and dished out 3 assists. The boys shot 52% from the field, and only turned the ball over 18 times. pulled down 7 rebounds with Alex Johnson grabbing 5. Johnson contributed 4 steals and Zach Merrick dished out 3 assists. The team only shot 39% from the field and played an overall sloppy game. Friday night they took to the road to take on a tough Fulda Raider team. Down 11-12 after 1 quarter the Raiders took charge eventually winning 30-47. Again the boys turned the ball owr 29 times and had a cold night shooting only 35% from the field. Alex Johnson led in the scoring column with 7, followed by Prestin Parker 6, Zach Merrick 5, Brennan Enstad 4, while Jordan Winter, ,Jonathan Kells. Marcus Nelson, and Jared Schmidt each added a bucket. Brennan Enstad grabbed 6 rebounds, and Jared Schmidt 5. Prestin Parker and Jonathan Kells dished out 3 assists each. Coach Peterson added after the game. 'q'his was a very good Fulda squad and the boys played hard. We just have to learn to take better care of the ball, which has been our downfall all season, but the guys never give up and continue to work hard at practice. It will come together soon." ROOM&AIRPAO(AGES 0000-s259" The 6th grade girls traveled to Windom, Saturday, January 3, for their first game and first win of the season. The score was 25-16. The girls played well for just coming off of Christmas break. Scoring in the game was Kylie Erickson 11, Kristie Hoffman - 4, Sara Jarmer - 4, Stacy Zeug, Ashley Hedges, Melody Horkey all had 2. Alexis Quade, Sheri Zeug, Aundrea Cooley, Carlyn Kletscher, Samantha Baker and Christina Elzenga led the defense. The girls had a home game in Walnut Grove against Tracy on Thursday, January 8, and came out on top with a score of 22-21. It was a fun and very exciting game. Scorers were Kylie Erickson - 14, Sara Jarmer - 4, Melody Horkey and Stacy Zeug with 2. 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