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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Sports Wednesday, March 24, 2004 Westbrook Walnut Grove Spring Soorts are off and running :.,4 Speed it up girls. Girls starting their run out to the cemetery. Page These boys were enjoying their run Monday afternoon. WWG to host soc- cer clinic Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune SPECIAL- WWG soc- cer coach Phil Goetstouwers announced there will be a mini soccer chnic for all of the WWG soccer kids Tuesday March 30th. The clinic is mainly for players that are signed up, but anyone interested may come to watch. Mr. Phil said, "since we are just starting up the soc- cer program, this is a great oppor- tunity for the'eef kids." The chnic will run from 5-8 p.m. During that time the under ten team will participate from 5-6 p.m., from 6-7 p.m. will be devoted to the ten to four- teen year old players. The fourteen to under nineteen age team will be from 7-8 p.m. WWG Charger Heinrich was honorable all conference Bowling News Tracy Wednesday Night Ladies Bowling--3/16104 Make up game from February 11, 2004 Horner Auto 41-7 Landuyt Constr. 36-12 Hoyt Oil 27-21 Knakmuhs Agency 26-22 M & K Constr. 22-26 Carlson Racing 20-28 Leversedge Auct. 18-30 High Games: Lori Freeburg 203 JoAnn Carlson 200 Wendy Knakmuhs 190 High Series: JoAnn Carlson 537 Wendy Knakmuhs 537 Doreen Osland 518 Tracy Wednesday Night Ladies Bowling--3/17/04 Horner Auto 45-7 Landuyt Constr. 38-14 Hoyt Oil 29-23 Knakmuhs Agency 29-23 M & K Constr. 25-27 Carlson Racing 21-31 Leversedge Auct. 19-33 High Games: Dawn Munson 216 Kathy Knakmuhs 211 Dawn Hanson 204 High Series: Dawn Hanson 572 Dawn Munson 524 Kathy Knakmuhs 478 All Jamboree Basketball The Tomahawk and Red Rock conference basketball teams would like to invite all interested spectators to an evening of entertainment. On April 2, 2004, the Tim Orth Memorial Foundation will be sponsoring an "All Jamboree Basketball" night at Martin Luther College in New Ulm. Top-rated male and female senior basketball players are invited from each conference to compete against each other. The girl's game will begin at 7:00 and the boy's game will fol- low. The Washington Wizards mascot, Gwiz, along with the Baylor Bear's mas- cot will be joining us around 8:00. This year we will also have the Alexander Ace's perform between games, along with school dance lines. There will be a 3 point shooting contest for both guys and girls, as well as'a dunk contest for the guys. All proceeds from this night will go to defray medical expenses for three individu- als that the Orth Foundation has identified. The Tim Orth Foundation began in 1996. when Tim. a Junior at the BOLD High School was diag- nosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Many commu- nity members wanted to show their support for the Orths by helping them meet their major medical expens- es. A benefit featuring bas- ketball entertainment and other activities raised $18,000 to help. Encouraged by the over- whelming success of the ben- efit, the Tim Orth Foundation was established to help families with major medical expenses as a result of a child's serious illness or accident. Today the Foundation has raised over $300.000! This year with your sup- port, we hope to help three students: Joseph Krebs, a 12 year old boy who has muscu- lar dystroph), Mary and Steve Sleepy Eye, Jenna 17 year old Ulm Cathedral of Lisa Langer. diagnosed with sarcoma, a bone Jordan Madsor Westbrook. injured in an recovering from a inju: All three a individuals would appreciate your attendance. All you do is come and enjoY" WWG senior include Josh Heinrich and J Nine youth wrestlers to compete in state tournament Nine wrestlers traveled to Willmar on March 20, 2004, and all nine earned their way to state competi- tion on April 3, 2004. MN NYWA Region results Placing lst: Derek Christians, Nathan Mattison, 1 pin. Placing 2rid: Ryan Schroepfer, 1 pin; Jordan Vollmar, 1 pin. Placing 3rd: Taylor Vollmar, Jarod Shandy, Josh Mattison. Placing 4th: Dillion Mathias. 1st place: Zach Doty, pins; Derek Christians, pin; Brady Bierl, 1 pin; Ryan Schroepfer, 1 pin; Taylor Vollmar, Bryan Bierl. 2nd place: Dillon Mathies, 1 pin; Taylor Keairnes, 1 pin; Brakken Bierl, 1 pin. Tracy Team Tournament At the Tracy Team Tournament held on March 14, 2004, the team placed 4th. 2 1 Springfield NYWA Region Placing lst: Jordan Schroepfer, 2 pins; Zach Doty, 3 pins; Brady Bierl, 1 pin; Mitchell Schroepfer, Elijah Meier, 1 pin; Jacob Davis; Jarod Shandy, 2 pins. Placing 2nd: Derek Christians, 1 pin; Brody Williams; Taylor Vollmar, 2 pins; Dillion Mathias. Placing 3rd: Taylor Keairnes, 1 pin; Bryan Bierl, Troy Schoenenberger, Cody Wehmeyer, Mark Baker, Josh Mattison. Placing 4th: Bakken Bierl. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dear subscriber; please check the due date on your address label of your paper. In order to avoid a lapse in your subscription, please remit your renewal two weeks prior to the expiration date. National Honor Society Last March 14th the local chapter inducted nine new members. Tiffany Eichner, Chandra Kolar, Joshua Winter, Stephanle Bartholomew, May Pang Vue, Alex Johnson, Brennan Enstad, and Jonna members include Sondra Kaufenberg, Jennifer Lurid, Christopher Olsem, Aleida Van Maasdam, Beckah Kopperud, Jasmine Madson, Nathan Swanson, and Meghann Warner. FAFSA stands for FREE Application for Federal Student Aid! If you need help paying for college, don't waste your money on a service you can get for free. To apply for fed- eral student aid, as well as most state aid programs, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The fastest and most efficient way to fill out the FAFSA is on the web, found at www.fafsa.ed.gov, as part of the U.S. Department of Education web page. Unfortunately, there are other private company web sites with similar web addresses such as fafsa.com or fafsaonline.com that charge applicants up to $600 to fill out the form for them. The U.S. Department of Education created the FAFSA to encourage all stu- dents to apply for financial aid. You do not have to pay a fee to fill out the form. Be sure to go to www.fafsa.ed.gov. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 oR 1-800-410-1859 I CLASSIFIE0 I WORK [ you I IIIBB II BIBIBIB