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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Sports Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page : i i Golf Coach John Amundson watched as golfers cranked away at practice balls in the north end of the gym Monday after school. Golf coaches Carter Ross and John Amundson went over the ruleS upcoming golf season. There are about 60 kids out for golf in school and high school. WWC/RRC Track Team competes at Dakota Dome Saturday, March 27, the WWG/RRC varsity girls' track team opened their competitive track season at Vermillion, SD, when they competed in the Navy Run, Jump, Throw Meet held in the Dakota Dome. Over 1,000 athletes from SD, IA, and MN competed in the meet. The girls performed very well for their first meet in spite of the fact they had some of their teammates missing. No team points were kept. Individual placings for WWG/RRC: Triple Jump - 7th place, Abby Knott, 29' 1" 400 M. Dash- 7th place, Krystle Sell, 65.96 4x400 Relay - 5th place, Abby Knott, Lindsey Anderson, Kelley Nelson, Krystle Sell, 4:28.73 Competing at the meet were juniors, Kelley Nelson and Sarah Hansen; sopho- mores, Ashley Anderson, Lindsey Anderson, Allison Halter, Kelsey Hubert and Abby Knott; freshman, Rocky Wahl; 8th grader, Emily Engen; and 7th graders, Thea Engen, Abby Furth, Amelia Hubin, Kassandra Jarmer, Lacey Paplow, and Krystle Sell. NYWA Regional held at Windom The NYWA Regional was held at Windom on March 27. Six wrestlers moved on to State at Rochester on April 4 with 4 wrestlers taking "NYWA Regional champi- onships. There were 16 man brackets. Q/State - First Place: Derek Christians, 4 wins and 3 pins; Zach Doty, 4 wins and 2 pins; Nathan Mattison, 4 wins and 2 bins; and Jacob Davis. Second Place: Jordan Schroepfer, 3 wins and 1 pin. Third Place: Elijah Meier, 1 win. Fourth Place: Brady Bierl, 1 win; Ryan Schroepfer, 2 wins; and Ethan Derickson. Sixth Place: Brody Williams, 3 wins; Taylor Vollmar, 3 wins; and Jordan Vollmar. Other Placings: Cody Wehmeyer; Spenee Jenniges, 1 win; Dillion Mathias, 1 win; Taylor Keairnes, 2 wins; Mitchell Schroepfer, 1 win; and Bryan Bierl. The wrestlers have a total of 16 wrestlers going to State with the Jaycees and NYWA this weekend. Tracy Wednesday Night Ladies Bowling--3/24/04 Horner Auto 49-7 Landuyt Const. 41-15 Hoyt Oil 31-25 Knakmuhs Agency 29-27 M & K Const. 27-29 Leversedge Auct. 23-33 Carlson Racifig 22-34 High Games: Wendy Knakmuhs 208 Tammy Homer 193 Tammy Horner 193 High Series: Tammy Homer 536 JoAnn Carlson 525 Linda Retzlaff 503 RRC schedule changes Golf Both WWG matches on May 6 and 17 will start at 4 p.m. instead of 4:15 p.m. Baseball - The Luverne game scheduled for April 29 is rescheduled for April 2. The MCC game on April 6 will start at 5 p.m. and be in Lamberton instead of at MCC. Then the second game scheduled with MCC on April 30 has been moved to April 26 at Slayton. Track - The indoor meet at Mankato is April 5, not March 29. By Jan Lindaman "Happy Spring greetings to everyone!" Is it my imagi- nation or are the winters getting longer? I have been so anxious for spring to arrive -- anxious to watch the grass turn green, waiting for the robins (and now they are here), waiting for the buds on the trees or the first tulips to show signs of life, and anxious to go out and play that first round of golf at Rolling Hills. Dwayne informs me that the course will probably open up this week depending on the weather, of course. So far, no one has been able to go on the greens and they are looking great. We put covers on #1 and #9 and cov- ered the remainder of the greens with sand. Hopefully. this will work and we won't have that 'winter kill'. Phyllis has been busy get- ting the clubhouse ready for the first events of the spring. And those events are just around the corner. On Friday. April 2nd, the Annual Men's Stag will be held at Rolling Hills. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m. and a 2-meat buffet dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available from board members -- call Perry Zieske, Howard Erickson, Tony Quade, C. John Amundson, Dennis Jutting, Jr. Severson, Rocky Kolar, or Community Calendar The calendar is printed the last week of each month for the coming months events. If you have an item you would like included please drop it off at the Sentinel Tribune Office in Westbrook Dwayne Barker. also be sold at the is open to on coming out for a meal and fun evening" The next event is couple days later Sunday, April 4th, a the Annual Meeting held at the clubhouSe' are some im sions to be made so attending. Coffee ies will be served. As the weather and you're debating to go to work or to remember this John Hallisey worst day on the still beats my best day office." Be back soon or the Variety Store in Walnut ously printed. If you Grove bv the Friday prior to . ahanges in these publication. 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