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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, April 10, 2013 Page 9 WWG Charger Spring Sports Roundup WWG Charger Golf Golfers looking for another successful year Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- Head coach Carter Ross starts his 15th year as head golf coach. He is assisted by John Amundson. The boys have 21 out 7-12, and the girls team has 12 girls 7-12. Last year the boys team was runner- up in the conference, and sub section. The girls squad was fourth in the confer- ence and sub section. The boys team returns five letter winners: Reed Bakken, Taylor Lindaman, Dana Madson, Aaron Hass and Walker Christians. The girls return four letter winners: Abby Herding, Paige Erickson, Avoree Bakken, and Deziree Koenig. Dana Madson, all conference, defending conference, sub-section champion, and state qualifier, and Taylor Lindaman, third in conference and all conference, will lead the boys squad. For the girls Abby Herding was all conference, sub-section runner up and state qualifier. Avoree Bakken placed third in the sub-sections. Ross said, "with nine returning letter winners we will have good strength on both teams. We have leaders on both teams that have post season success and are hungry for more. This will be a huge driving force for the WWG teams." Ross sees, "building depth on the boys team for the number 6-9 spots, and for the girls to continue learning the game and to have 6 players in the tour- naments, will be keys to our season suc- cess." "We need to focus on our short game all spring long. If we can eliminate poor shots around and on the greens we will be tough to beat," said Ross. When asked about his expectations for the season, Ross said, "I think both the boys and the girls can contend for the conference and sub-section titles. We need to get better each time we play." RRC WWG Falcon Baseball Typical spring weather and a young ball club will offer challeng- es for the Falcons Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune RRC WWG -- Head coach Derrick Jenniges is starting his tenth year of coaching this season. He is assisted by Isaac Jenniges and Pat Merrick. The squad has good num- bers with 27 in grades 9-12, and 55 overall. Last year the team posted an overall record of 11-9, and was conference nmner up with a 6-4 record. Coming back to lead the team are letter winners; Seniors: Brady Bierl, Henry Rogotzke, Andrew Merrick, Brian Hagberg, and Junior Colby Davis. Jenniges said, "I am looking for juniors Austin Price, Matt Otto, Shane Buchman, and Tyler Martius to have a role in our teams success." Jenniges cited the versatil- ity of his players to play in multiple positions, and his yotmg team being eager to learn and open to taking on challenges, as team strengths. He said, "we will have to improve on getting consistent pitching and good defense as the key to success as the sea- son progresses." Jenniges expects his team to be in the mix of the confer- ence race, but also expects to have some really high highs and low lows that go along with a young team. Jenniges sees the conference race wide open with any of six teams taking home the hardware at the end of May. WWG RRC Charger track See a photo in the Sentinel Tribune you like? Now you can order it and other photos not printed, quick and easy on line... *The Charger boys and girls track squad look to improve conference record Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG RRC -- Head coach Steve LeBoutillier is going into his 34th year of coaching. He is assisted by Sara Arfsten, Tom Void, and Brian Kass. LeBoutillier has 50 plus kids out between the boys and girls squads in grades 7-9. Last year the boys fin- ished fourth in the Red Rock Conference. They have an experienced group of boys coming back, with 15 letter winners. Leading the way for this year will be Jeff DeCock who participated in the state meet in the high jump, long jump, and triple jump. Other letter winners include Levi Bunting, Tyson Berg, Tanner Pederson, Matthew Benson, Andrew Benson, Nick Berg, Taylor Lopez, Brody Williams, Kennedy Her, Zach Vande Kieft, Meng Vang, Brennon Cooley, Alex Burns, and Logan Weis. Last year the girls finished seventh in the conference. Coach LeBoutiller is hoping with the experienced girls coming back, they will improve on their conference record. The girls squad also has a good core of returning letter winners. Halley Osland, Alexa Byers, Melanie Kedl, Chloe Arfsten, Julianna Pederson, Makenzie Deprez, Macy Simonson, Tyra Missling, Maddie Hemp, and Brianna Schoenenberger. LeBoutillier lists Mady Johnson, Adam Holmen, AJ Jongen, Derek Christians, Alex Knutson, and Payton Void as promising prospects for the season. 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