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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SP(3,RTS Wednesday, January29, 2014 Page 2 OBITUARIES Linda Erickson-Jensen Linda Erickson-Jensen age 61 of Wabasso, formerly of Revere, passed away Thursday, January 16, 2014 at the Golden Living Center in Wabasso. No services will be held. Linda is survived by her daughter Brandi Blair of Wheat Ridge, CO. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice. com. David Dean Smith A Memorial Service celebrat- ing David's life will be held at the Log Cabin in Dovray, MN Friday, January 31, 2014, at 3:30 p.m. followed by a reception at the same location. Private inter- ment will be in Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Walnut Grove, MN Saturday, February 1. Memorials preferred to the David Smith Family or the charity of your choice. David Dean Smith, age 53, of Dovray MN passed away peace- fully January 17, 2014 in hospice in New Hope MN. David was born in Tracy MN April 7, 1960. He graduated high school in Walnut Grove. Following high school, David enroled in the undergraduate program at the University of Minnescta. While there, he teamed up with his brother Guy in a busimss venture called Republic Precious Metals, a retail/wholesale bu/er and seller of silver. Guy and David took the business to Chicago in 1983, renaming it Your Majesty's Service. David was a man who always loved 'a bargain', which helped him be successful in acquiring silver for resale in the retail market. Guy and David remained partners through 1989, after which David returned to the family farm near Walnut Grove to help his parents run that business. Following Charlotte and Duane's retirement, David was the principal operator of the family farming operation until 2011. David served with the Minnesota National Guard and was an active member of the Dovray Booster Club. Survivors include his daughter Jessica Smith; sons Cody, Dillon and Matthew Smith; sisters Kathy (Michael) Fiala, Belinda (John) Henle; brothers Blair (Tania) Smith, Guy (Elizabeth) Smith, Steven (Anne) Smith, and Jeffrey Smith; grandchildren Kierra, Callie, and Eva Smith; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Preceding him in death were parents Charlotte and Duane Smith. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT Girls basketball recap By Coach Sheryl Woelber January 2, 2014 The Chargers were unable to overcome the height of the Patriots from Hills Beaver Creek and lost by a score of 46-50. Mady Johnson led the team with 11 points. Kaylee Mischke chipped in 10 points and collected 5 rebounds. Dayna Comnick added 9 points, grabbed 9 rebounds and had 2 blocks while Elizabeth Woelber scored a trio of 3-pointers for 9 points. January 7, 2014 WWG came out and played outstanding ball in Slayton but the MMC Rebels were too much for the Chargers in the 2nd half. The final score was WWG 56, MCC 71. El. Woelber lit up the nets as she fin- ished with 33 points (seven 3 pointers), 4 rebounds and 2 steals. Comnick chipped in 7 points and collected 11 rebounds and had 4 block shots and 5 assists. Mischke also scored 7 points and had 5 rebounds. January 10, 2014 The Chargers traveled to take on the Fulda Raiders who are one of the best teams in the Red Rock Conference. They proved that as they shot 57% from the field on the night. The final score was WWG 43, Fulda 83. El. Woelber fin- ished with 16 points and 5 rebounds while sister Emma Woelber added 9 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists. Comnick ended with 5 points and 8 rebounds. January 14, 2014 WWG hosted the TMB Panthers and played with- out senior Dayna Comnick, who was home sick with the flu. The younger girls stepped up to the plate and played outstanding ball and stayed with the Panthers in the first half. TMB stepped up their level of play in the second half and defeated the Chargers, 75-43. El. Woelber finished with 11 points and 6 assists. Em. Woelber scored 8 points and dished out 3 assists. Juliana Pederson also scored 8 points for the Chargers while Johnson had 3 steals and 4 assists for the team. January 21, 2014 The Chargers made the long trek to Hills, MN to take on the Patriots in a very intense game down to the end. WWG led 48-45 with 8 seconds left, but HBC answered with a 3-point shot to send the game to overtime, 48-48. The Chargers were never able to take the lead in OT as the Patriots shot 15-20 from the free-throw line in the extra period. The final score was WWG 59, HBC 65. El. Woelber scored 30 points (eight 3 pointers), grabbed 7 rebounds and 3 assists. Em. Woelber ended with 12 points and 3 assists and Comnick chipped in 10 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists. Johnson grabbed 8 rebounds and scored 3 points while Pederson grabbed 6 rebounds. January 23, 2014 Due to poor weather on Jan. 16, the Mt. Lake game was rescheduled for the 23rd. The Wolverines were patient on offense and very quick on defense, which led to 26 turnovers for the Chargers. The Chargers were down by 3 points at the half, 19-22. WWG had a tough time getting the ball in the hoop as the team shot a chilly 22% from the field, which was the dif- ference in the ball game and MLA won 59-40. El. Woelber finished with 12 points, 3 steals and 3 assists and teammates Comnick and Johnson both added 10 points each. Comnick also grabbed 17 rebounds, blocked 2 shots, and stole the ball three times. January 24, 2014 The Chargers trav- eled to Adrian and did not play well after two intense games earlier in the week. WWG's defense struggled with Adrian's post play as well as stopping the drive from the perimeter. And the Chargers struggled again on offense shooting 20% from the field. This led to anoth- er loss for the Chargers, 49-69. El. Woelber scored 16 points and Em. Woelber and Comnick ended with 10 points each. Johnson fin- ished with 6 points and 6 rebounds. The Chargers are 1-14 on the season. Their next game is Thursday night at home versus Southwest Christian. B-Squad girls overtake H BC Jan. 13-15, 2014 Speeding: $125.00 - Samantha A. Harrold, Bingham Lake, MN; Joseluis S. Gasca, Worthington, MN $145.00 - Kevin E. Chancy, Kearney, NE $225.00 - Travis R. Kottke, Rosemount, MN Driving after suspension: $285.00 - Juan A. Lopez- Marcial, Edgerton, MN; Erika G. Flores Lopez, Jeffers, MN Domestic assault: ....... $4;131.64 Jareth A. Goeman, Windom, MN, local confinement: stayed 90 days for 1 yr; supervised proba- tion; chemical dependency evaluation/treatment, to be completed with 30 days; con- ditions other, attend and com- plete individual counseling; pay restitution before fines, fees and surcharges; random testing; no possession of alcohol or drugs Driving after revocation: $280.00 - Amber L. Hedrick, Windom MN Unlawful burn: $125.00 - Abel A. Beraza, Windom, MN January 17-23, 2014 Speeding: $125.00 - Frank M. Williams, Sisseston, SD; John Peter Rogotzke, Lamberton, MN; Michael D. Guilliatt, Fremont, NE $145.00 - Angle Jo Gode, Sanborn, MN; Harold Lee Bettin, Alpha, MN $225.00 Crystalline Kay Gray, Stillwater, MN Failure to yield: $135.00 Jeanette Opal Sundall, Westbrook, MN Under 21 consumption: $185.00 - Dallas Dean Rogers, Mt. Lake, MN; Shadow Ann Adams, Jackson, MN; Aric Ryan Fullerton, Jackson, MN DWh $605.00- Cody Leo Haberman, Windom, MN, 90 days stayed for 1 yr.,; complete chem. assmnt.; fol- low rec. of eval.; 1 yr. super- vised probation $610.00 - Houm Pama, Mt. Lake, MN, 90 days stayed for 1 yr.; supervised probation, 12 months; no misd. viol. or > for 1 yr.; comp.chem, assmnt, w/in 30 days; foil. rec.. of eval; attend MADD Imp. Panel Speeding/ Driving w/o valid license/Motor vehicle registration-Unregistered: $550.00 - Brian James Brottem, Kingston, MN Driving w/o valid license: $185.00 - geyes Guerrero Chavira, Windom, MN Dog running at large: $110.00 - Tanaya Marie Renquist, Windom, MN Parked over 36 hours: $34.00 - Isabel Roman- Parada, Windom, MN Proof of insurance: $285.00 - Michael David Smith, Windom, MN; 30 days stayed for 6 months; 6 months supervised probation; no misd. or > violations Uninsured vehicle: $385.00 - Taylor Joarane Johnson, Windom, MN, 30d stayed for 1 yr.; no misd. or > viol. for 1 yr., other condi- tions, may do sts or cs in lieu of $300 of fine Driving after revocation: $285.00 - Andrew Steven Erickson, Windom, MN Failure to obey traffic control device: $135.00 - Dustin Joseph Berens, Lakefield, MN By Coach Adam Kletscher WWG 29 - HBC 27 Last Tuesday night, the Chargers headed to Hills to take on the HBC Patriots. The game was a tight bat- tle from the get go. The Chargers played well in the first half trailing by four points at the break. In the second half the Chargers came out and picked up the intensity. The Chargers overtook the Patriots in the second half and pulled off the two-point win. A special thank you to Coach Woelber for filling during my absence. Kenna Wahl led the Chargers with 10 points and 4 rebounds. Mariah Olson 6 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist. Juliana Pederson 4 points, 1 steal, 1 assist. McKenzie Deprez 4 points, 3 rebounds. Emma Woelber 3 points, 2 steals. Theresa Merrick 2 points, 1 steal. MLA 37 - WWG 24 The Chargers played host on Thursday to the MLA Wolverines. The Chargers had some trouble stopping the Wolverines offensively in the first half. They found themselves trailing 23-15 at halftime. The Chargers came out in the second half and slowed the Wolverine attack, but struggled to get the ball to drop on the offen- sive end. Emma Woelber dropped in 15 points, along with 6 steals. Juliana Pederson 5 points, 3 steals. Mariah Olson 2 points, 1 assist. Kenna Wahl 2 points, 8 rebounds. Adrian 37 - WWG 31 The Chargers finished their action packed week on the road in Adrian. The game was an intense battle Ronald Christensen died Monday Ronald Christensen, 75, Westbrook passed away Monday, January 27, 2014 at Sanford Hospital, Sioux Falls. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 am Saturday, February 1, at Grace Lutheran Church in Westbrook with burial at Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery of Rosehill Township. Visitation will be held from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Friday, January 31, at the Westbrook Funeral Home with a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Visitation will continue one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday. Memorials are preferred to the Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery of Rosehill Township in lieu of flowers. mcnfl throughout. The Chargers went bucket for bucket with the Dragons and trailed 20-17 at halftime. In the second half the Dragons held a two- point lead for much of the game. In the final minute Adrian hit a three pointer and sunk key flee throws to pull ahead of the Chargers. Avoree Bakken had a huge game scoring 17 points, grab- bing 7 rebounds and add- ing 1 assist. Emma Woelber 9 points, 2 steals, 2 assists. Juliana Pederson 4 points, 1 steal, 1 assist. Mariah Olson 1 point, 2 rebounds. Area news briefs Fulda Free Pres$, Dundee City ParEwfll receive upgraded, play ground equipment later this year thanks to a Jimmy Durante Children's Fund grand made available through the Worthington Eagles Aerie #3282 and Sixth District Eagles. The city was awarded $2,000 to be used for the upgraded equipment. Lamberton News - Temperatures have varied this past week with a high of 42 degrees Sunday and a low of 1 degree January 15. Monday strong winds accompanied light flurries made visibility along Highway 14 difficult at times. Murray County News - Linda Wing has opened Linden Avenue Bed and Breakfast in Slayton. Wing purchased the house and its furnishings last fall when it was sold at auction. She has since been working to convert it to a bed and break- fast. Tracy Headlight Herald - Tracy Council members unani- mously voted last week to give the artifacts and fixtures from the former Tracy Masonic Temple building to the Wheels Across the Prairie Museum. The vote was in response to a request from museum leaders last year, after the City of Tracy acquired the tax-forfeit downtown landmark. Windom Citizen - It appears Cottonwood and Jackson  County commissioners are in the sharing mood. Just weeks after Cottonwood and Jackson counties kicked off a joint family services and health system, the counties are in serious discussions about another merger. This time the two boards are looking at sharing the administration of parks, environ- mental offices and planning and zoning. 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