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] 46 44 pulled out a two point ajgainst SVRLB last with four seconds left in Gina Kronback received Heidi Steen and hit with a 15 ft. shot to Chargers a victory. led the team in scoring Michelle Lindaman Steen led the team and also made fn e throws towards the 3PT. FG FTPTS 2-10 2-46 1-1 8-14 1-220 6-11 -- 12 I-3 2-2 4 1-2 -- 2 1-1 -- 2 10 - 8 - 19 - 9 - 46 8- 12-13 - 11 -44 played a very game, but ended end to S/J last 3 led by two at In the second half, the missed some shots near the and S/J made in a row to seal Thcisen cornmcnted, proud of the way the You won't see much FG FT PTS 8-13 2-318 5-14 4-414 3-10 0-16 0*4 1-4 1 1-3 --- 2 1-1 -- 2 16 - 10 - 8 - 9 - 43 12 - 12 - 10 - 18 - 52 basketball K/WALNUT School students active in the elementary this winter. participants in the Ron Bakken, has been necessary to teams in each grade in each grade are Greys and the Reds.- number involved a host of volunteer the program. Those Bakken are Bexta Jeff Bertschi, Jeff Otto, John-Amundson, and Bret T eey are all kept busy youngsters in proficient with the have been playing mmounding schools on this season. On 26 h they played WWG Charger Gina Kronback flipped the ball towards the basket againet S-J a week ago last Thursday night ST Photo. better team defense than that. We the end, but we didn't get them. It needed a couple of breaks right at was fun iust to be part of that WWG CHARGERS --- S-J's Deanne Crowell attempted to block a shot by Stephanle Kjorness last Thursdaynight. ST Photo. game. WWG proved that they are a very good basketball team." Leading scorers were Stephanie Kjomess and Gina Kronback with 18 and 14. The Chargers travel to Comfrey on Thursday in a key Red Rock Conference game. 7th and 8th girl's basketball On January 22, the 7th grade girls lost to Sanborn/Lamberton by a score of 18 - 13. Sandy Klasse was high scorer for the game with 8 points. Amy Baker contributed 2 points while Megan Kassel added 3 out of 4 free throws. The 8th graders defeated Sanborn/Lamberton by a score of 29 - 28. Scorers included Staci Martius with 15 points, Jo Weis with 10 and Tara Horning with 4 points. Tracy St. Mary's team. In the near future, two invitational tournaments have been scheduled, one in Walnut Grove. WALNUT GROVE--The Weatbrook Walnut Grove Elementary fifth grade grey team practiced last Saturday prior to their game with Tracy St. Mary's. ST Photo. WG School Lunch Menu--Feb. 4 - 8, 1991 Breakfast: Monday Cereal w/milk, toast, juice. Tuesday Pancake rollups, fresh fruit, milk. Wednesday Breakfast patty and cheese on English muffm, fruit sauce, milk. Thursday Waffles, bacon, fruit, milk. Friday Cereal, muffin, milk, juice. Lunch: Monday Hot ham and cheese, potato chips, fresh vegies w/dip, fruit, milk. Stephanie Kjorness wins district 7 AAA Dave Adamson Secretary of District 7 announced today that Stephanle Kjornesa daughter of Kathy and Steve Kjorness was declared winner of the district seven Academic, Arts, and Athlatic award. Stephanles'. original submission packet will be forwarded to the Region 2a competition. ST Photo. Tuesday -- Tacos, tact fixings, nacho chips w/cheese sauce, fruit cocktail, b/b, milk. Wednesday --- Polish sausage, :'aashed potatoes, b/b, fruit rollups, fruit, milk. Thursday--- Chow mein or tater tot hotdish, b/b, cake, fruit, milk. Friday -- Fish patty or hamburger on bun, tater tots, pudding, fruit, milk. Dance workshop at WWG Middle School WALNUT GROVE -- The Dance Education Initiative of the Minnesota Center for Arts Education will sponsor a dance education workshop for teachers, administration and interested , community members at the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School on Tuesday, February 5, 1991 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Patrick Scully will present the worksh .op entitled "Dance as an Art Form m the Public School Curriculum". The workshop begins with a one-hour movement participation session. Following the movement session, a short presentation by Project Coordinator Judith Mirus will explain the goals of the Dance Education Initiative, how it relates to the public school curriculum and how schools can become involved in the proSect. There is no cost to the participants. If you are interested in participating, contact the Westbrook Walnut Grove Middle School office. 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