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BETTER BOARD MEMBERS SENTINEL TRIBUNE Sports Lady Chargers' season comes to an end The WWG girls basket- ball team started tourna- ment play on Thursday. February 26, 2004, against Edgerton. The game was played in Ellsworth. Edgerton came away with the win, 50-42, The Chargers were led by Jenny Heinrich with 15 points and Jamie Munson, followed with 10 points. The Chargers ended the season with 5 wins and 18 losses. Score by quarter: WWG 11 15 27 42 Edgerton 12 19 30 50 Charger B-squad girls' end season The Charger girls' B- squaders finished their sea- son last Monday at Lake Benton, falling 49-28. The loss ended a difficult season for the Chargers, who fin- ished with just two wins. "We didn't get the wins we wanted," said Coach Hannan, "out we can mark success in other areas. Our freshmen, Andrea Hass, Denises Tietz, Stephanie Comnick, and Sarah Swanson, got good playing time and improved their skills. They each had moments of success, times when they played very well. "Our Sophomores, Jenna Jarmer, Jonna Maas, Abby Knott, Jen and Jessica Olsem, developed nicely, learning to play an aggres- sive style of basketball that puts them solidly on the road to success. "Our Juniors, Anna Canal and Kelly Nelson, gained leadership skills that they'll be able to apply on the court as well as in their lives. "One of my goals this year was to put the girls into positions that would chal- lenge their basketball skills as well as their skills in the intangible parts of the game, the mental aspects. I think they experienced those chal- WWG Chargers Andrea Hannan and Jamie Munson put pressure on an Edgerton player last week in tournament action at EIIsworth. There was a mad scramble for this rebound EIIsworth last Thursday night. 5th grade girls lenges and came out on top. basketball update And I think they had a good time doing it. I know I enjoyed working with them immensely, and I'm proud that they worked hard and stayed positive the whole season." WWG - 28 vs Lake Benton - 49 By Coach Mischke Saturda3: February 14, 2004, WWG held a four- team tournament. WWG played Windom in the first game. The girls had beat Windom in their first game of the season, but they came to Westbrook with a couple of different girls and a differ- ent style of play. The girls started out quickly and led at the end of one quarter, 6- 2. WWG would hold their 4-point lead at half time by playing to a 10-6 score. Windom adjusted well at halftime, and the girls missed a lot of lay-up oppor- tunities. The game ended up tied at the end of regula- tion, 10-10. Both teams bat- tled back and ,forth for two overtimes without a score. Then Windom scored in the third overtime to win a long and exciting 12-10. The second game of the for WWG was against MCC for 3rd place. The two teams matched up well against each other and the score indicated that the whole game. Once again, the team played to a tie at the end of regulation, 24-24. This time, WWG would come out on top of an overtime game and win 26-24. A great end to a long and emotional morning for a 3rd place fin- ish. Saturda:y; February 21, WWG played MCC again in Westbrook and it was almost a replay of the week before. It was an exciting game to watch as both teams matched up so well and played very hard. In the end, WWG prevailed, 23-19. Saturday, February 28, WWG played SVRLB in Westbrook. Last time WWG played them, the team lost in Brewster in double over- time. The girls started out quick and had a 8 - 0 lead early. Then SVRLB stepped up their game and played some taller girls who we could not match up with. The girls showed a lot of hustle by getting some steals, but could not rebound with them. We ended up on the short end, 24-17. Our final games of the season will be a tournament in Adrian's new facility on March 6th at 9:00 a.m. FT FTA FG3pt Tot Maas 1 2 3 0 7 Olssem, Jess 0 0 5 0 l0 Canal 0 0 1 0 2 Hass 0 0 0 0 0 Knott 1 2 1 0 3 Jarmer 0 2 0 0 0 Swanson 0 0 1 0 2 Olsem, Jen 0 0 2 0 4 Comnick 0 1 0 0 0 CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS/iRE t all starts with Newspapers in tournament action at Baseball coaches named at RRC Derrick Jenniges has been named the new head baseball coach at Red Rock Central/ Westbrook-Walnut Grove, replacing Bryce Pack. who resigned his position last summer. Derrick is cur- rently teaching elementary at Westbrook, and is the head basketball coach at VVVG. Derrick played high school baseball at Wabasso, went to Waldorf College for 2 years, and finished his col- lege career at SMSU in Marshall, where he was an all-conference catcher. Kris Evje, currently teaching elementary at RRC, will replace Jeff Shaner as assistant baseball coach. Jeff also resigned his position the past summer. Kris is originally from Fosston. and comes from Cromwell, where he taught and was head baseball coach for 3 years. Derrick and Kris take over a Falcon team that graduated only 3 seniors, and had no Juniors on the team. 800-337-4144 NURSING FACULTY The College of St. Scholastica seeks qualified nursing professionals to teach in our undergraduate nursing program. All positions are full-time, nine-month faculty status and are effective September 1, 2004. Master's degree in nursing is required; a Ph.D. in nursing or related field Js preferred. Responsibilities include undergraduate clinical and class, professional activity and college and community service. Teaching and professional experience preferred. Evidence of expertise in specialty area is essential. Areas of need are Medical/Surgical - Adult Health, Psychiatric/Mental Health, Adult Health - Gerontology, and Coordinate RN Track. Send letter of application including current vita and three references to Jill Sik- kink, Human Resources, The College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Du uth, MN 55811. Review of applications will begin immediately and the position(s) will remain open until filled. All applicants must be au- thorized to work in the United States at the time of an offer of employment. Visit our website at www.css.edu. A,aJEOE i Wednesday, March 3, 2004 Page Boys Basketball earns second win Last Monday evening, February 16th, the Charger boys basketball team hosted the Raiders of SVRLB in a rescheduled game from late January. It was a close game from the opening tip. WWG trailed by as many as eleven in the second quarter. but made a late first-half surge to trail by four at the break. WWG cut the Raider lead in half at the end of the third quarter, making the score 47-49. The final quar- ter bounced back and forth, but the Raiders led by four, 59-54. with just one minute to play. It was Josh Byers from down town on an inbounds that brought the Chargers back to within one with :52 seconds remaining. WWG fouled on the next possession and SVRLB missed the front end of a one and one, giving the Chargers a big breath of life. Teamwork and patience was the key in the final forty sec- onds, as the Chargers found freshman. Jake Wahl, who hit a 6-foot turn around to give the Chargers the lead and the victory, 60-59. Wahl led the Chargers with 16 pointS rebounds. ByerS 13, Dominick points. Alex points off SeversSh 6, Dibble 2, Theisen 1, scoring. On TuesdaY, 17th, Lake town and beat the 56-42. Byers led points. Friday night, 20th, conference was in town. got out to an before the Chargers stride. The final 60-40, in favor tors. Wahl, 12; and 5 assists. In the fourth test of the week, ed Lincoln Hi in noon contest. Byers led the 23 points and 10 the Rebels were earning a Madson added 14 assists, and 5 had 13 points rebounds. Youth wrestling at Marshall February 29, 2004 1st place: Jordan Schroepfer, 1 pin; B rody Williams. 2 pins 2nd place: Brakken Bierl, 1 pin; Zach Dot); 2 pins; Taylor Keairnes; Mitchell Schroepfer, 2 pins; Brady Bierl. 1 pins; Ryan Schroepfer. 2 pins; Tyler Pankonin. 1 pin; Taylor Vollmar, 1 pin 3rd place: Brandon Vanereren; Tyler Denhem; Derek Christians; Bryan Bierl, 1 pin; Nathan Mattison, 1 pin: Cody Wehmeyer, 1 pin; Caleb Cohrs, 1 pin, Mark Bakker 4th place: Dillin Mathias; Spencer Jenniges Tracy Ladies Bo Horner Auto Landuyt Constr. 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