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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Page 8 ]Chtrger ,! n MENU Athletic Director " M:~h !:: .-la~SB:! !~k s, p ~~ milk The winter athletic seasons are complete. All of the teams had success. The girls basketball team had 16 wins, the wrestling team had two wrestlers finish 5th at the state tournament, the cheerleaders won a competi- tion with their comp. squad and the boys basketball team never quit hustling. We had about 75 students partici- pate in the winter athletic seasons in grades 7-12. The students involved all had an opportunity to learn some lessons of hard work, dedication, and team responsibil- ity. They also were able to enjoy athletic competition. As I reflect on this past season, I find myself proud of the student athletes who have given their absolute all, and in the end have come up short. It is easy to talk about sportsmanship, fair play and handling adversity when you are winning or when things are going your way. It's a completely different story when you're in the heat of competition and a crucial call doesn't go your way, or you've just suffered a gut-wrenching loss or a season/ career ending defeat. These are the moments that test a person's ideals and beliefs and when true character is revealed. Coaches, teachers, school administrators and parents have chosen to be present in those critical moments when young adults are being tested in the face of competition. All of us are role models to these students. If they fail to pass the test and their behavior and actions are not appropriate, each of us uses that teachable moment to redirect, refocus, and prepare them for the next test. This is truly important work, and I am honored to be a part of it. The annual benefit game between the seniors from the Red Rock Conference and the Tomahawk Conference in basketball will be played in Faiffax on March 18. The girls play at 6:00 and the boys play at about 8:00. Some of the proceeds from that game will go towards Clay Peterson's medical expenses. More details will be released about this game next week. Spring will eventually come and so will spring sports. Track and Softball practice starts on March 14 and Baseball and Golf practice starts on March 21. There may be some delayed starts to practice because of the weather. Steve LeBoutillier is now the combined Head Coach for girls and boys track. He is assisted by Sara Arfsten and Dan Peterson. The track teams open up with an indoor meet at USD on March 29. Tuesday: French toast sticks, cheese omelet, sau- sage, juice, bread, milk Wednesday: Baked ham, mashed potatoes/gravy, vege- tables/dip, fruit, bread, milk Thursday: Chicken chow mein/rice or noodles, vegeta- bles, fruit, bread, milk Friday: Soup/crackers, max sticks, vegetables/dip, fruit, bread, milk a MSHSL The new section alignments for the next two years will be released this Friday. Unfortunately, it looks like RRC/ WWG will still be in Class AA in baseball and softball, Football will be in 9-man with our adjusted enrollment of 136--the cutoff is 165. There may be some adjust- ments to the numbers this week! Jeff Farber, our boys basketball scorebook keeper has retired after 16 years. Please contact me if you are interested in getting a great look from behind the scorer's table at all boys basketball home games next year. Dates for the calendar The Athletic Awards Banquet is Friday, May 13 at 6:30. The USD team football camp will be July 8-10 this summer. (Friday-Sunday). BOWLING NEWS Lamberton Lanes BYE Monday Night Ladies Jerry's Carpet Serv. February 28, 2011 Slipper Inn 26-14 High Games Wanda Insurance 24.5-15.5 Tyler Beermann Legion/Dans Rep. 22.5-17.5 Jay Swanson Westbrook VFW 21.5-18.5Jay Swanson Fischer Farms 21-19 High Series Lamberton Lanes 17-23 Tyler Beermann Kronback Flooring15.5-24.5 James Kleven Striking Image Salon 12-18 Jay Swanson High Games Kathy Tordsen Amy Gramstad Darla Haugen Lindsey Anderson High Series Amy Gramstad Sharon Timgren Mary Erickson Lamberton Lanes 185 Thursday Merchants 181 March 3, 2011 175 Wanda Legion 23-17 175 Dans Repair 22-18 Gravediggers 22-18 517 Kibble 18.5-21.5 448 Kronback Flooring17.5-22.5 445 Our Own Hdware. 17-23 Lamberton Lanes Tuesday Mens March 1, 2011 XYZZYX Hoyt Oil & Conv. Lamberton Lanes WG Bar & Grill 14-6 13-7 11-9 9-11 High Games Dan Lingle Jim Salfer Wade Imker High Series Jay Swanson Larry Weber Jim Salfer ubscribe !o the ntinel Tr, bun Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Pharmacy, Maynards Grocery, ExpressWay Shady Drive Inn WWG Senior High Knowledge Bowl The WWG Senior High Knowledge Bowl teams competed in the Sub- region 8 meet Friday, Feb. 25th at the MN West/Jackson campus. Sixteen teams from District 8 were sent on to Regions in Marshall at SMSU. WWG missed by one place advancing a team to the Regions. WWG Team 2 came in 17th, Team 3 came in 18th, and Team 1 came in 19th. Picture kneeling Rocky Yang, Maddie Frank,Trey Kockleman, Steven Yang, Chiong Yang. Back row: Caleb Dusek, Hailey Osland, Annie Woelber, Shane Buchman, Brody Williams, and Alex Burns. Not pictured: Chanel Madson. Coach is Mrs. Beth Kleven. Submitted photo Parer ting on Purpose Presentation to be held March 22 The 4th annual parenting Western Redwood Countles eekly Science education speaker presenta- Over 10 community orga- k/I/- tion featuring author Ada Alden will be March 22, 2011 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Marshall High School Theater with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. for a Parent Resource Fair. Ada is the author of Parenting on Purpose: Red Yellow Green Framework for Respectful Discipline. Ada states, "There is no substitute for home and for parents. We need to help par- ents to succeed so that their children will succeed. Adults need to model and encourage responsible behavior, prob- lem solving skills and value 8-12 the sharing of feelings." The 5-15 evening program will intro- duce her simple but effective Red, Yellow, Green frame- 222 work. This framework pro- 210 vides parents a way to deliver 206 direct and clear messages, establish-necessary rituals 587 and routines and communi- 565 cate family values, beliefs 563 and expectations. Parents of all age children will learn ways to build fam- ily strengths that make a dif- ference and learn, how as children grow and change, the parent's role must shift. Parents gradually progress from protectors to key adults who assist and guide in the child achieving his or her potential. Middle school age stu- 202 dents will hear Ada discuss 202 her Red, Yellow, Green 202 framework during the after- noon. She will discuss the 540 necessity of communication 512 and promote a message of 485 belonging that shows kids they CAN do it. The mes- sage will include responsibil- ity + self reliance = indepen- dence. The program is live to Marshall Middle school age students and webcast to ALL students grades 5-8 within Lyon, Lincoln, Murray, Yellow Medicine and Daniel DeSmith Linda Xiong Pah Nhia Yang Tialim Yang Weekly Science Quiz by Douglas Clark ground to shield the k Son of Dale & Daughter of Cheng Daughter of Lor Son of Kayeng Angie DeSmith & Ya Xiong & Sac Le Yang Xiong Sponsored by the Westbrook Kiwanis Club ,.~ nizations will have tables available starting at 6:30 p.m. so participants can learn about local resources avail- able for area children. This program is offered free of charge in thanks to the gener- ous United Way of Southwest Minnesota Success By 6 sup- porters including: United Way of Southwest Minnesota; Success By 6; Marshall ECFE and Little Cubs Preschool; Lyon County Child Abuse Prevention Council - Help Us Grow (HUG); St. Stephen Lutheran Church--Youth and Family Ministry; Marshall Radip; Mary Rademacher-- Psychologist; Xi Beta Epsilon; Sanford - Tracy; Taher Foods, Marshall PTA ; Head Start of Western Community Action', Lakeview Booster Club; Avera Marshall Regional Medical Center; Lakeview PTO; Lincoln County CAPC; SW/WC Service Cooperative; Ramada Marshall, House of Hope, Midwest Child Care Resource & Referral, Marshall Lyon County Public Library, University of Minnesota Extension CEU and Childcare train- ing certificates are available. Please contact United Way of Southwest Minnesota office to register for your Childcare training certificate, phone 507-929-2273 or email, unit- edway@unitedwayswmn. org. No preregistration is needed for CEU's. For more information please contact: Teresa Kock, United Way of Southwest Minnesota at 507-929-2273 teresa.kock@unitedway- experi- ment from cosmic rays. It is used jointly by Russian and by Douglas Clark American physicists to detect The Melting Spoon Solar neutrinos--ghostly Scientists can have a rather particles that rarely ever react odd sense of humor. Take, for with matter, and pass through example, the chemistry pro- the entire earth without leav- fessor demonstrating to his ing a trace, But at this detec- class how strong a beaker full tar they will occasionally of acid is by using it to dis- cause a few atoms of gallium solve a spoon. Then, a minute to change to germanium later, he absentmindedly which can then be extracted grabs the very same beaker and measured. These low- which he left sitting next to energy particles, made by the his glass of water and starts main fusion reaction that pro- drinking from it--much to vides the Sun's energy, have the horror of his students, not been observed in any Miraculously, though, he is other way. Many measure- unharmed. What just hap- ments of solar neutrinos were pened? Well, the acid was made this way, and from this really just a cup of hot water, data scientists have discov- And the spoon didn't really ered a large deficit of neutri- dissolve, it just melted and nos from what is mathemati- formed a metallic puddle at cally predicted by the the bottom of the beaker. Standard Solar Model. Looks Your see, the spoon was like thejokeis anthem. made of gallium instead of 1) True or false: Gallium is steel. And gallium (atomic solid at room temperature. number 31) has a melting 2) Gallium is often used in point of only about 30 C (85 the production of F)! Gallium is primarily a) jewelry b) integrated cir- refined for the electronics cuits c) telescopes d) neu- industry, and 98% if the gal- trinos lium consumption in the U.S. 3) True of false: The galli- is for the production of semi- um neutrino detector at conductor materials for elec- Baksan confirms the Standard tronic components such as Solar Model prediction on integrated circuits. Gallium's neutrinos. boiling point is very high, 4) If a neutrino reacts with approximately 2,400 C, an atom of gallium, it causes which makes it the ideal sub- it to change to stitute for mercury (which boils at 357 C) in high-tem- 5) The main reaction that perature thermometers capa- provide's the Sun's energy is ble of monitoring the core of call a nuclear reactor. The largest amount of gal- lium ever collected was for (Answers on page 7) the neutrino detector at the Copyright (C) 2011 Weekly BaksanNeutrino Observatory Science QuizAllrights in Russia. 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