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TRIBUNE Area Focus Wednesday, February 18, 2004 Page 13 wrestlers to Canby 00beck February tlae Falcon team traveled to P Canby to wrestle and Canby. the Falcons ROW (Renville The Falcons key wrestlers out so we didn&apos;t first string at, all of our Still, we kept but losing 27 round it was vs. TMB roy/Balaton). as the first weren't able Weights and were 24-50. Third RRC/WWG vs boys were again and proved ruing everyone our wall. Our the two wrestlers undefeated the These two are Kirk Nelson, Hubert, HWT. by decision 10 to 2. decisioned Hacker, (who 6th in state at 0. Both Nelson are Seniors and talent. These two in Regions. tourney starts 27-28 in The start time 5:00 p.m. Doors p.m. See ya 7 vs Canby 66 es in Kontz pinned in :11 sec. Olsen pinned tin 1:08 pinned in 1:54 Oeltien- won Josh Long pinned in :52 sec. Stoks pinned m :50 see. -sse Verhelst dec 9to3 Clayes dec 5to2 Josh Shortum 1:07. Verhelst won k nsten a in 215 - Kirk Nelsen maj dec, Taylor Olsen 10 to 2. 275 - Mike Hubert dec over Evan Hacker 1 to 0. All underlined names are RRC/WWG wrestlers. RRC/WWG 27 vs RCW 40 103 - Zach Freiborg dec over fftfk 7 to 2. 112- Rayn Schjenken dec over  8 to 4. 119 - Isaac Jones pinned Forrest Aso in 1:04. 125- Tpvlor Mattison dec over Seth Zeitz 5 to 2. 130 Jared Sietsema man dec over N 12 to 1. 135 Joe Nambroten won by Forfeit. 140 - Griffin Zieske won by tech fall over 19-1. 145 pinned Jeremy Nere in :46 sec. 152 - Alex Rohlik pinned Shane Zeitz in 3:43. 160 - Eric Schmidt won dec over Nick Coulter 10 to 2. 171 - Jamie Sander won by Forfeit. 189- Kirk Nelson pinned Bob Huseby in 1:23. 215- Tyler Enestvedt dec over Brent Christenson 5 to 2. 275 Mike Hubert pinned Josh Davis RRC/WWG 24 vs TMB 50 103 -Chia Thao dec over Gavin Mattison 5 to 0. 112 - Derek Evans maj dec Charge Hubert 12 to 2. 119 Cole Cooreman pinned Forrest Asv in 1:42. 125 - Ross Ryan maj dec Taylor Mattison 12 to 0. 130 - Chad Looreman maj dec Nick Schroeder 14 to 6. 135-Andy Lackie won by forfeit. 140 James Prairie pinned  in :50 sell 145 - Izzv Altermatt won by Forfeit. 152 Nkk__Lo_all00 pinned Kyle Lanners in 3:13. 160 - Paul Carlson won by tech fall over 16-0. 171 - Antony Rasmussen won by Forfeit. 189 Bret Peterson pinned Brent Christenson in 4:39. 215-  won by Forfeit. 275 - Mike Hubert won by Forfeit. Mn/DOT reminds snowmobilers of rules and regulations adjacent to State highways Due to recent snowfall. the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) reminds snowmobilers of safety laws. rules and regu- lations regarding snowmo- bile travel along state and county highways. Snowmobilers are advised to use common sense and behave courteously while snowmobiling. In general. snowmobile drivers are advised to not exceed a max- imum speed limit of 50 miles per hour or the roadway's posted speed limit, whichev- er is lower. In addition. snowmobiles cannot be oper- ated upon the driving sur- face, shoulder, or inside slope of the ditch on any state or county roadway. Snowmobilers may use the outside slope (back slope) farthest from the roadway. Signs and drainage struc- tures on the highway shoul- ders and in the ditch bottoms present hazards to snowmo- bilers that may not be visible under the snow..Areas with tree seedlings, wildflower or shrub plantings, or areas recently landscaped or sod- ded/seeded due to recent road construction projects or beautification efforts should be avoided. No snowmobile can be operated at any time, within the right- of-way or median area of any interstate high- way Snowmobile travel is not allowed in the median (cen- ter right of way area) of any four-lane divided highway. Snowmobilers are strongly advised to keep safety their top priorit), especially when in the vicinity of state high- ways. Local ordinances may be more restrictive then state ordinances and snow- mobilers are always advised to be aware of ordinances enforced in the areas in which they travel. Snowmobilers may cross a roadway when it is done at a 90-degree angle; the snow- mobile is brought to a com- plete stop before crossing; and yields the right of way to all oncoming traffic. In the case of a divided highwag, crossing is permitted at an intersection with another public road or at a construct- ed crossover area within the highway itself. Snowmobilers should slow down and use extreme caution when crossing over driveway entrances. Headlights and taillights must be on during hours of darkness. Between one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour betbre sunrise, no per- son shall operate a snowmo- bile within the right-of-way of a highway except on the right-hand side, and in the same direction as the traffic on the nearest driving lane of the roadway. This regulation does not apply during day- light hours. FFA Day at the Capitol February 26 FFA members from across MN will be proactive citizens as they congregate at the MN State Capitol on Thursday, February 26. MN FFA Day at the Capitol is a chance for students to meet their Legislators, discuss vital issues surrounding agricultural education, and also a chance to see govern- ment in action. In its seventh year of success, FFA members and advisors will start the day at 8 am in the Transportation Building cafeteria to hear words of welcome from rep- resentatives from the MN FFA, MN Association of Agricultural Educators (MAAE) and the MN Agricultural Education Leadership Council (MAELC). The majority of the day will have FFA mem- bers meeting with their local Legislators and witnessing the action on both the Senate and House floor ses- sions. Students will be show- casing their science knowl- edge by displaying their agri-science displays throughout the day. Many of the displays have received state and national recogni- tion. These displays will be in the State Office Building Press Room. Legislators, staff, and the general public are encouraged to visit these displays to see firsthand the high level of achievement that these students have made. FFA members will be joined by several Legislators from 12:30 - 2pro in the State Office Building Room 500. Legislators will address the FFA members and have a question and answer period. This will also be a good time for FFA mem- bers to hear about a various number of topics that Legislators are dealing with during the 2004 session. FFA Day at the Capitol is sponsored and organized by the MN FFA, MN Association of Agricultural Educators (MAAE) and the MN Agricultural Education Leadership Council (MAELC). Questions about FFA Day at the Capitol should be directed to R. James Ertl, MN FF. Executive Secretary, at 651-582-8347. H Next Week's American Profile... Preaching the blues KiII h.t ,,t.bJil..d him.lt as }lu's mui(miJS oJ }Jl tirol' |Jut thi mull- h'+md didn't tart 111 tA'itlltllt 1{ }1++ il I,l,u- SJllZ,,t Ib + ',,++t.t.d t,, b+.' ,i l>r,'a< hm In Addition... C},u L,-n wt,+ h.k, p+,, I.q> 'i, a r +qm.d + : ,+ / IIIIIII Rock Conference Jr. Wrestling Tourney February 8th, and 9th wrestlers *Adrian to partici- annual Jr. high Tournament. were W ;per, indom-MLBO, Luverne not come. wrestlers very good, with the day mere points. wrestlers just more seasoning eights hard this snamer. The tourney was set up with eight-man brackets at each weight class, with dou- ble elimination. In some cases, two weight classes were combined to fill an eight-man bracket. Guys like Taylor Mattison and Nick Schroeder moved up and wrestled one and two. weight classes above what they normally wrestle at. These two are seventh and eighth graders respectively. They have a wonderful work ethic and this only rubs off on their teammates. Here are the final results. 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