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Elementary basketball season comes to a finish The Storden/Jeffers Elementary Tournament last weekend brought a conclusion to the 1991 elementary basketball season for Walnut Grove and Westbrook 5th and 6th graders. The program, under the sponsorship of the Walnut Grove Community Education Department, can well be considered a success. Sixty-nine girls and boys took part in the newly combined WAVG program which is aimed at teaching the basics of basketball technique, rules and sportsmanship. Because of the combination of schools, there were a few glitches in the program, but all efforts will be made to eliminate them for 1992. Each class was divided into two squads, Red and Grey. Final stats for the teams are as follows: 6th GREY---(1 - 19) - Wabasso Public 28 - 16; (1-26) - St. Mary's 11 - 23; (2 - 19) St. Anne's Tournament - Wabasso Public 27 - 2, Lucan 25 - 36, St. Mary's 36 - 38 for fourth place; (2 - 23) J.C. Tournament - St. Mary's 14 - 26, Lamberton 28 - 17 for third place; (3 - 2) St. Mary's Tournament - Lucan 34 - 26, Morgan 22 - 48, Mikoy 30 - 22 for third place; (3 - 16) Westbrook Tournament - Slayton 1 - 17 - 18, Slayton 2 - 16 - 8 for third place. Final record of 6 wins and 5 losses. ash RED---(I - 19) St. Anne's 26 - 17; (2 - 16) Wabasso Pub. 42 - 9; (2 - 23) JC Tournament - foberton 27 - 21, St. Mary's 19 - r second place; (3 - 2) St. Mary s Tournament - Milroy 25 - 27; (3 - 9) Lamberton Tournament Lamberton 22 - 13, Storden/Jeffers 34 - 26 for championship; (3 - 16) Westbtook Tournament - Slayton 2 - 16 - 12, Slayton 1 26 - 24 for championship. Final record, 7 wins and 2 losses. The combined Red and Grey 5th grade took second place last weekend at S/J defeating S/J #1 46 - 30 and losing to S/J 30 - 23 in the finals. Sth GREY---(1 - 19) Wabasso Public 28 - 6 and 21 - 4; (1 - 26) St. Mary's 18 - 7 and 18 - 12; (2 - 23) JC Tournament - Lamberton 24 - 20, WWG Red 17 - 19 for second place; (3 - 16) Westbrook Tournament - Slayton #2 18 - 17, WWG Red 12 11 for championship. Final record, 7 wins and 1 loss. WWG Middle School sixth grade basketball team, second place winners at tournament. ST Photo. WWG Middle School 5th grade basketball team 3rd place winners in Storden-Jeffers tournament. ST Photo. 5th RED---(I - 19) Wabasso St. Anne's 13 - 35; (2 - 16) Wabasso Public 18 - 11 and 24 - 16; (2 - 23) JC Tournament - St. Mary's 12 - 11, WWG Grey 19 - 17 for championship; (3 - 9) Lamberton Tournament - St. Anne's 17 - 41, Lamberton 21 - 19 for third place; (3 - 16) Westbrook Tournament - Slayton #1 27 - 13, WWG Grey 11 - 12 for second place. Final record, 6 wins and 3 losses. The combined 5th grade finished in third place at the Storden/Jeffers Tournament losing to S/J 18 - 19 and defeating Lamberton 28 - 24. Totalling all the stats for the year the 6th grade finished with 14 wins and 8 losses. 5th grade had 14 wins and 5 losses. The coaching staff would like to take this opportunity to express thanks to the young athletes, their parents and interested community fans who helped make this ne.w "Charger" season such a stw.cess. Jal alai is often called the fastest game in the world. When in play, the ball can travel at 150 .miles per hour. WWG Middle School and High School Jazz Bands participated in the Lamberton Jazz Festival on Tuesday, March 26. They were among 22 schools that attended and received instruction and critique from professional artists. The Middle School Jazz Band received the prize of honorable mention with soloists, Cora Weber, Cory Christensen, Stuart Kirchner- -alto sax; Justin McKinney, tenor sax; Paul Mathiason, trombone; and Ron Kuehl and Barb Cooley, trumpet, receiving recognition. High school tenor sax soloist James K/even, and alto sax soloists Bridget Hovde and Jennifer Halstenson also received soloist recognition. Jazz Band members Michclle Landuyt, Flute, McKinney, Jacci Riddcll, K/asse, tenor sa.x, Paul Bob Olsem, Daniel trombone,Tara Homing, Summer Anderson Koblegard, Percussion, Mattison, Tuba, Stuart Haley Johnson, Staci Cora Weber, Cory alto sax, Ron Kuchl, Barb Andy K/even, Staci Martius, Mathiason, Chris Hanson, Rupp, trumpet, Daniel Lichq set, Andrew Kopperud, Mr. Tom Vondracek is of the Middle School and School music departments. WWG Middle School Jazz Band soloists. Absent for picture, Corey Christensen. ST Photos. % WWG High School soloists Jennifer Halstenson, James Kieven. Absent for picture, Bridget Hovde. ST WWG Middle School Jazz Band members. Sixth grade action during the Storden-Jeffers tournament last Friday evening. ST Photo. Chocolate Suicide Cake iRecipes Aunt Emily is back from Arizona and glad to be back. I rode back with Ralph this year, and the trip wasn't too bad. Stopping in Ft. Collins, CO, for a couple of days helped break up the trip. I found a recipe for a chocolate cake, called "Chocolate Suicide Cake." It's loaded with calories, but worth every one. I baked it in 3 - 8" pans and they turned out okay. Check the time after 30 minutes and test with a toothpick. Hope you like it. 1 box chocolate fudge cake w/pudding mix. 1 box (3 1/2 ounces) instant chocolate pudding. 1/4 cup ltershey's chocolate syrup 1/4 cup warm water 1/2 cup amaretto or Kahlua (optional); if liqueur is omitted, replace with 1/2 cup water.~ 112 to 3/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips Chocolate or fudge frosting (your choice) Blend cake and pudding mixes well with a spoon, and then follow the package directions for the cake mix. Add syrup, water and liqueur (if desired) and blend with a mixer on medium speed. With a spoon, mix in chocolate chips. Pour into a p ir of 8 or 9-inch pans or a single i0- inch springform pan, and bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Check then; batter is heavy and may need to bake longer. Cool, then frost. Makes 16 to 20 servings. Wilder Pageant Scholarship Applications: Available at Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School guidance counselor's office. 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