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TRIBUNE Sports Wednesday, February4,2004 Page !1 host triangular Tuesday, January 27 hosted a tri- Minneota and ty. The results fob being vs Minneota pinned 3:03 :gs won by pinned 1:57 Peterson pinned in 1:05 Buysse won by .Traen pinned Nick 1:46 Peterson maj 7to3 Janiszeski pinned in 2:39 Kampelien in 2:33 Eichens won by RUysse pinned Joe 5:30 Derynck maj dec 7to2 Noyes pinned Brent Christianson in 1:59 275 Jason Stripling dec over Mike Hubert in double OI" 3 to 1 RRC/WWG 28 vs Marshall 37 103 .Jason Jeremiason maj dec (;avin Mattison 7 to 1 112 Brent Crecelius won by Forfeit 119 Sam Oglesby pinned Forrest Asp in 1:10 125 Keith Malherek pinned Taylor 3lattion m :31 sec. 130 Forfeit 135 Nate Boerboom pinned Nick Schroeder in 1:24 140 Donavon Walz maj dec Dallas Mahoney 12 to 1 145 Izzy Altermatt won by I"orfbit 152 Alex Rohlik won by Forfeit 160 Forfeit 171 Caleb Burns maj dec • Joe Schroepfer 14 to 5 lS9 Kirk Nelson won by Forfeit 215 Blake Nath pinned Brent Christianson in 1:44 275 Mike Hubert won by Forl'eit Falcon wrestler Donovon Waltz held his opponent from Marshall, in a near fall last Tuesday night. L;) Jared Harnack wrestling on B squad had the upper hand on last Tuesday night. rook freshman flying high ' 8ehulz. Augustana from Westbrook set a per- provisionally the NCAA championships, named North indoor athlete of the back in at the USD Open. Schulz when she 6 inches in the If the freshman Present. she did- returned to the on January 17 Vee/John Dalton Proved her first Was no fluke by jump at 5 It's the see- in Division II and met the pro- for the competition a. It also earned Co-athlete of the also a personal who cleared for And, she on Augustana's jump honor is first school mark of 1997. four other "6 1/2 at the U of Classic. awarded third two jumpers °fM. The fourth- was from the Iowa. action for the is Saturday, 7 at the Buena in Storm Becky Shultz 8th grade boys win 2 of 3 games The team held their The 8th grade boys' has- own, until the third, when ketball team had a great the Panthers outscored week of basketball, as they WWG 16-2. Scoring for defeated 2 of the 3 teams WWG: Joe Doubler and Will they played. Spaeth 4, PJ Pfarr 2, Andy Alcorn and Austin Quade 1. WWG 23 - Comfrev 21 The Chargers played a MCC 30-WWG 32 good game in Comfrey from MCC is one of the top start to finish. Austin teams in the conference, so Quade put in the winning defeating this team was a basket, with seconds great accomplishment. This remaining. Those were his was a game of momentum, only 2 points. ,Joe Doubler as each team held 6 point put in 17 points and 16 leads at some point during rebounds, to lead WWG. the game. Will Spaeth added 2 and The Chargers came out Ben Pacholl and Andy at the end with a key steal Alcorn also added 1 each. by Austin Quade! Scoring for WWG: ,Joe TMB 42- WWG 12 Doubler 19, Ben Pacholl 6, The Chargers faced a Will Spaeth 5, and Dan very tough TMB team and McClellan and Derek fell back quickb: Eichner each had 1. 8th grade Chargers girls vs RRC The Chargers really By Coach Rob Peteraon The Chargers played RRC at Walnut Grove on Tuesday, January 27. It was an offensive and defensive battle through the whole game. After one quarter of play, the score was WWG- 10, RRC-12. The halffime score was WWG - 13. RRC - 19. The Chargers came out strong in the third quarter, leading by two points at the end of three, WWG - 25, RRC - 23. In the fourth quarter, RRC players hit two big threes to seal the game for the Falcons. Final score was need to concentrate on free throws. The team was 7 for 18 against RRC. The Chargers have been in a lot of close games, but due to free throws, have been com- ing up short in the win col- umn. SMSU host- ing softball clinics in February The SMSU softball team will be hosting soft- ball clinics this February WWG - 29, RRC - 38. on the campus of SMSU. Leading scorer was Clinics will take place on Malori Paplow with 14 Sunday, February 1, points, Emily He]mer with 6 Saturda);Jebruary 14 and points, Whitney Frank and Sunday, Iebruary 15, and Jenny Hoffman each with 3 will cover all softball skills. points and Erin Vosberg Please contact Karl Loft at with 2 points. Amy Byers, 507-537-6002 for more Amanda Deprez, Cassandra information. Hubin and 2disha Parker,- all saw excessive playing time. oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 ° • Sentinel T:ibune Tip Line • If you see new happening or have a • • • . . • story idea call our News Tip Line. • • 6 • 274- 136 or 1-800-410-1859 Midwest Credit Center "Your Auto Loan Solution" CREDIT PROBLEMS? NO PROBLEM. 866-675-7858 24 Hour Application Hotline 800-990-4699 Call for Finance Consultants Due to staff limitations we may not always be • able to respond to your tips or ideas. However • • we will do our best to give every call full • • regard. • • • OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0•OO0 5th grade girls place 4th in Brewster tournament By Coach Mischke On January 17th, the 5th grade girls traveled to Brewster to play in the Brewster tournament. The team started the morning playing Harris-lake Park. The girls played very (:om- petitive most of the game and were within 4 points with 2:30 minutes to go. Harris-Lake Park made a couple of key baskets at the end to seal the game 27 - !9. The second game was played after a 20 minute break. The girls looked a lit- tle tired starting out against the host team Sioux Valley Round Lake Brewster. The girls had a tough time rebounding against a taller team. The girls picked up the pace the second half to play to a tie at the end of regulation. The Chargers ended up losing in a very exciting game, as they played to a 28-26 double overtime. The team enjoyed the tournament experience and showed great sports- manship as they received their 4th place medals. Saturday, January 24, SSC came to Walnut Grove to play in a morning game. The girls were very intimi- dated as they watched SSC warm up. SSC had a girl that was close to 5'10". '/'he Chargers game plan was to out-hustle them. '['he girls played their best game of the season defensively and created turnovers, but could not out rebound them. The final score was SSC 36 - WWG 30. Charger C squad falls to TMB By Coach Dan Peter, son The C-squad Chargers met up with a tough TMB squad Saturday night, los- ing 23-41. Only 5 Chargers managed to make the scor- ing column, led by Jonathan Kells with 9, David Schulz 6, Zach Merrick, 4, while Jared Schmidt and l,ayne Kockelmann added a bucket. The team gave up a big 26 turnovers. Jonathan Kells and Jared Schmidt pulled down 5 rebounds each, while Brian Theisen added 4. Jonathan Kells had 3 blocked shots and Zach Merrick added 3 steals. The boys played hard and that is all you can ask for!