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!: !: i ii The Slayton Wildcats became to SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE : Thespians place 3rd in L Bombers 48 Slayton 53 The Bombers fell behind by 12 points in the 1st half and could never quite get over the hump in dropping its 2nd game against 11 wins. The Chargers pulled within 2 points in the last minute, but an excellent comeback effort fell short. Slayton hit on 5 for 5 field goal attempts and 8 of 11 free throws in the final quarter. The Chargers connected on 18 of 51 field goal attempts and 11 of 19 free throws. Slayton connected on 19 of 43 attempts from the field and 13 of 20 free throws. The Chargers lost the board battle 21 to 26 with Lien's 7 and Nelson's 5 leading the way. The Chargers had balanced scoring with Swenhaugen's 10, Nelson and DeBates 9 each, Bakke and Lien 8 each. II I FIRESTONE MULTIMILE CO-OP TIRES ON FARM TIRE SERVICE GENERAL SERVICE STATION REPAIR FLO fD'S TIRE SERVICE Westbrook, M I. ' Phone 274-6561 (After hours 274-5692) Open Mon. - Fn. 7:00 - 5:30 Saturday 7:00 to Noon 9th grade wins two Chargers 43 Mt. Lake 26 The Chargers overcame a 10 point deficit at the half by outscoring the Wolverines 35 to 8 in the 2nd half. Scott Eichner's 13, Shannen Burns' 11, and Jeff DeBates hit for 10 to lead the scoring. Chargers 48 Slayton 45 The Chargers moved their record to 8 and 2 on the year with a hard fought win over the Wildcats. Shannen Burns hit for 19 points in only 2 quarters of play to lead the Chargers. Eichner hit for 9 in his 2 quarters and also did a nice job on the boards. Ben Wester, Jesse Schweim, and Bryce Goehring also, played well for the Chargers. Next 9th grade game will be a four team tournament on Saturday at the local gym. The Chargers will open with Comfrey at 9 a.m. followed by Springfield - SVRLB at 10. Winners play and losers play following 1st round. Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Apphances On Display at Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6166 (57%) from the free throw line. The scoring went as follows: Brian Doom 11 Ryan Casey 9 Dennis Kleven 5 Cory Christenson 3 Mau Wahl 2 Bob Olsem 2 Jason Rupp 2 Jacob Mathiason 1 Justin Schneider 1 The team only committed 5 fouls. 1 2 WWG 10 15 Comfrey 2 8 WWG Athletic events Thursday, January 31--6:30, GB at Comfrey. 4:30, BB (7 & 8) SVRLB at WG. 5:30, WR (7 - 9) at Tracy. Friday, February 1--6:30, BB, SVRLB at Westbrook. Saturday, February 2--11:00, WR, Plum Creek Tourney at WG. 9:00, BB (9th) WWG Tourney at Westbrook. 9:00, BB (7 & 8) at Slayton. Monday, February 4--4:30, GB, (7 & 8) Comfrey at WG. Tuesday, February 5---6:30, BB, RTR at Westbrook. 6:30, GB at Fulda. Thursday, February 7--6:30, GB, MLBO at Westbrook. 6:30, WR at Jackson. 4:15, GB (7 & 8) T/M at WG. 4:30, BB (7 & 8) at Fulda. Friday, February 8--5:15, BB (A,B,9th) at Storden. Saturday, FebruaE 9--BB/GB, Red Rock Conf. Tourney. GB - Jeffers and BB - Storden. WWG FFA Chapter qualifys for state competition The WWG FFA Chapter has qualified its first team for state competition. The Fish and Wildlife ,Team was the first to reach this 3 4 evel by finishing 2n ln the 27 36 district and 6th in regional 15 23 competition recently held at the Mankate State University Campus. Team members include: Radoslaw Rusek, Rafal Rusek, Stephen Jenson, Brett Anderson and Chad Boeck. Radoslaw was high for the Chapter by f'mishing 5th in district action, Rafal Rusek finished 8th. In other judging action, the Poultry Team competed in the Pietrus Poultry Contest. The team composed of Janae Weis, Jodi Jackels, Mike Ewy, Nick Kuehl and Jason Bakke finished 4th out of 24 teams with Weis placing 2nd overall out of 130 individuals. The poultry teams next action will be the District and Regional Contests on the 30th of January. Wednesday -- Chicken fried relishes, sauce, cookie, steak, mashed potatoes, rice, sandwiches, milk. Snow Week Carnival The balloon dart throw was one ot the carnival Monday-evening in the Westbrook elementary gym. ST WE NEED YOU! YOU NEED US! Together we can preserve local health care service. Send Memorial Gifts to Heritage Hea!th A Care Foundatlon now c,'arnlval tun for an w,-, thrn,u MN . ma There were several things you could do with " st s 10 cent ticket You could h v o'JJ 3 lU a ey pmmeo, mrow oans, snoot baskets, and throw rings on pop bottles. Prizes consisted o and candy bars. ST Photo. [ ZENITH TELEVISION AND RADIOS i D -- E. -- . i r. u. pttOmnson , CHIRO RACTOR Wes TV Sales & Serv II,l I TRACY. ) k 56175"::: :: I Storden, MN. " ",i Call Wes PHONE 629-3630 ii $---. at 445-3431 |Hours: Mon Tues Thu~ Frl. 7-12, 1-5 Wed. &Sat. 1"1 : q " Chiropractic care now Included under Medlc~. i After hours call 445-3465 WWG Charger Tim Fowler worked the Inside against Slayton last Friday night. ST Photo. the "Chargers" latest victim last a :II-Wt~. Friday night at Westbrook 75 - 49. Injuries, weight problems and a one act play contest Sat. Playing solid defense and using very fine Silver Bullets wrestling their running game to advantage, team all contributed to a 67 to 2 ' ; NA'("~TTNITATNI TAV~: r ,~, chalicn~ing production " WWG dominated the Wildcats led loss for the Charger wrestlers .~ .- . -- ~WWG] by 6' 11" Trevor Winter. WWG Missing from the line-up due to -- ~ he play was dirccteo ~ a ~aturday the WWG one act DramaRi'hards The cast ine~ Festival ~ . W shot 52% from the,field and out- injuries was Mike Ewy, Shane " Mcredlth Horn,ng, :~( rebounded the Cats 37-16. Parker and Josh Meyer. Four The play mey presentea ~ h; to c'a. I4gliiit~ : Jason Bakke was the leading wrestlers also had to move up a "Cagebird" is a serious drama and i~r'an*d"~o"nn~i"R~'d~ic ll"'C"'~ri-l~lll~ force as he garnered 14 rebounds, weight or forfeit due to weight some what abstract play about Tin ~I " '- "-'L im ."t'7 Fourteen was also the number of problems. 1 a, ,scnKe, Hem~ ~tee, a,~":me assists Juhl Erickson had to lead The only points the Chargerspoop es maomty to commumcate B -~" ,; nekIF~ttk ~ i ne wrama aepartment chd very " his team in that area. Jason Bakke managed to get were scored on a well taking third among e ghtA ; led in scoring with 25, Nick Kuehl draw by Andy Haar. Andy was . . . t anson, ano .oaa raormr . sch 1 puo.c peHorma. :~ ~ ; ~ followed with 20 and Troy Steen ahead with 13 seconds to go, butoo s ann mey m~ssea secono "~la- will be Thursda- F~hail~-10 tt 16. ] lost a take down to tie the score, place by one point. I~) Y'O0 n m in ;h~Yt.'~'~--tl~ WWG now has a conference I Travis VanDeWiele lost his first Judges comments ranged from audiionum'"Al'so t[l l record of 8-0 and 12-1 overall, match of the year to Tim Jansma, ::WtW!r,a e -VerD 2rffm ad:ely done" students or public. A'dmi Next. home game is Friday, who is the #3 ranked wrestler in p a Sl.00 L February 1, versus SVRL/B and the state at that weight. Travis got also RTR here on February 5th. behind by 5 points in the first g period, but then wrestled him even Middle School held meetin for a 4 to 9 loss. The "B" team faired quite a bit On January 23rd, a steering even~: th~s ~,ncludcs dancesf~ Box Score better winning 4 matches and tie in anct ~tn graoes ano an alter , committee for a Westbrook, ~ -t,er "~L~I~ 8 matches. Tim Cohrs won 2 Walnut Grove Parents Group had party mr me ~th and 6tnld~ 2 3 ~ F PTS ~. matches and Ryan Anderson and their first meeting ~ome omer acuv~t,es wou,~.~ll~ Tony Ourada each won their i match. Adam Krick drew with his ' scnoo~ ~amHv pscmc tmem N. Kuehl 10 0 0 1 20 i "" The purpose of this group is to pep fest, a snow v, cck. a ~!~,~ work with the school board, ' ~e~'~- T. Steen 5 2 0 0 16 . apponenL administration, and teachers, ano nomecommg acuvlue~.~ C. Bakken 0 0 0 0 0 toward a productive and positive me paren~ group v,m m ~aa S. Jensen 0 0 0 0 0 Match Results attitude, for ourselves and our be planning a meeting ~4~ M. Warner 0 0 0 0 0 Chargers 2 Silver Bullets 67 children. We would like to help the middle school parents .to ~ C! R. Rusek 0 0 0 0 0 middle school develop it's own(you will be notified witla~a~l W. Hanson 0 0 0 2 0 7 103 - Jason Steen lost by dec. 2- identity, apart from the high school P~lSdedn Utstgt~ch~l~tl~ D. Klontz 0 1 0 1 3 Some areas discussed were: . - m;~ J. Erickson 2 1 0 2 7 " 112 - Curt Wille lost by fall and the elementary. " " . ~n~!l~Y, meeung) to ~hare ~deas an ] to Know eacn other t T. Fowler 1 0 2 4 4 2:12. volunteering to teach mini-courses: "o~~ - . working along with a c - eff J. Bakke 12 0 1 1 25 119- Travis VanDeWiele lost chaperone field trips" help ,f .'tO~~ J. Vosberg 0 0 0 0 0 bye. 4-9, ' ~rom me scnoo, ooaro, ~ ~ I~ teachers need volunteers; and withinthe idlineof~~tla~ C. Goehring 0 0 0 0 0 125 - ForfeiL visiting the school Parents will be gu e s ~nfl~. . ~ms ~s meant to oe a ="~ 1~I 130 - Ben Jans lost by fall 3:30. called upon to volunteer for specml and helpful wa- for pia~'~I FrW~dGyCh:i~tge~T~y2t 135- Charlie Benson lost by tec. Y f~-'~~-'~ t~/~ een puts fall. become involved and in 140 - Phil Robey lost by fall 3:34. WB School Lunch Menu--Feb. 4 - 8, 1990 .is !l] 145 - Michael Immer lost by fall 2:20. Monda "t ak nu ets gravy/butter, fruit roll-up:l[[ 152-AndyHaardrew6to6. y -- ~ e gg,relishes, chocolate/whiteriai$~ spicy potato wedges, r-llshes, . . . -'.",salad/butter sandwiches'. ~ 160 - Eric Olson lost by fall catsup, sauce, nee Kr~sp~e oar, Thursda- Hot ha~Bl~-~ 1:23. honey/butter sandwiches, milk. che.e. on 171 - Paul Caswell lost by fall :~. 11~ 2:56 iuesoay -- ueet gouiasn, reli-'h~ ,~ ~,~)" ~aOt"w/v'~'tUC~ -~ll~,' t~ , 189-Forfeit. shced cheese, vegetable, relishes, sauce, neanut bar sand~il~ 275 - Ryan Jorgenson lost bysauce, peanut butter/butter milk scored. The team shot 12 for 21 fall 1:55. sandwiches, milk or chefs salad. Friday--Pizza,