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! ,SENTINEL & TRIBUNE ,Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN -Wednesday, April 24, The Girls Red Rock Track Team brought back the championship : Charger l,-r |~a2,r trophy from Rock Rapids, IA, t S even rect)r Tuesday, as they won the Central/Lyon Invitational Track, : Meet. Red Rock placed in all IIF Both the boys and girls golf top.four .scores The nineteen events, teams seem to be having trouble msospnt losing, to Team totals were Red Rock 117 "*,J getting going this ),car. Both teams stroke and topp!ng 1/2 Boyden/Hull 75 1/2, Rock [:,tilt1[ i ' al have had one very good outing and uest was mco,aust Valley 66 and George/Little Rock Jl[ z] l .all two not-so-good days to give each gins nap sucna poor 59 -- /ndividual placings for Red Rock i/ team a record of two wins and two asked to not nave the zuo M uasn, t aro t=ooley, o losses printed, but we can rt were: First Place - Long Jump, . A a ,oo Tuesday, Tracy- Michelle. Eichner an Michelle Lindaman, 14' 4 1/2"; 100 " : Milroy came to town and found out Ahk chs ,had the low M. Hurdles, Clarinda Krick, 17.53; that the Chargers are very tough to On the B . g rls tear 1600 M Run Juhe Immer, 6.25.7 z k t best on their home course. The Phelps and Tma VanMe " ' ] ~ at 400 M. Relay, Mlchelle Lmdaman, : I rrti girls did not have one of their low scorers. Jamie Wolf, Stephanie Kjorness better days, but still managed a 221 and Karl Bondus, 59 5; 440 Yd,to 254 win. Michelle Eichner was Hurdles, Carla KjornOss 1:24.2; medalist with a nine hole score of Redwood County 800 M. Run, Sarah Meyer, 2:44. t "'~~" ~ f= .~'1[, ii : 52. Julie Vosberg and Lisa Jenson " 82; 3200 M. Run, Sarah Meyer had rounds of 56 and Stephanie n.are-me-run 13:30; Distance Medley Relay, t [ ],L Anderson added a score of 57 to winners announce Gina Kronback, Stephanie I I =,II round out the,Charger scoring. The . i Kjomess, Rachel Homing and Julie : : [ 1 I I B and 'C teams also added . Indiana Jones an%rtrt me lements t.;r Immer, 5:05.5. Second Place,I / victories for the girls. Miranda (2! High Jump, Stephanie Kjomess 4 t lll I I[ Doom and Tara Hor, ning werep.ertormea py me =i 6"; 100 M. Dash, Michelle medalists for the "B' team and rusaaers, toot: top non Lindaman, 14.36; 800 M. Relay, Charger Varsity Girls track team win at Iowa. Pictured are row 1, Mlehelle Lindaman, Gina Cora Weber was the medalist for Redwood County 4- tt the C 12 at the Redwood F Nancy Erickson,'Jamie Wolf, Gina Kronbaek, Stephanle Klomess, Sarah Meyer, Julle Immer. Flow 2, Sara Cohrs, denny Olsern, run contest held on Friatl Kronback and Karl Bondus, Flaehel Homing, Barb Cooley, Erin Grams, Wendy Croatt, Nieole Wolf. Back row, Coach Joan The boys team had a very good . outing against the Tracy-Mikoy .heel. After many o o 2:06.59; 400 M. Dash, Jenny Bultman, Carla Kjorness, Nicki Weis, Traey Olson, Sarah Haar, Jamle Wolf, Linda Cowan, Karl team and handed them a 156 to 174 ann. the Crusadersrs Olsem, 70.1; 800 M. Run, Sarah Bondus, Asst. Coach Sara Aftsen. Haar, 2:58.78; 3200 M. Run, defeat. Mike Olson was medalist dis" covered the true W dyCl ).a e 6:a8"NTch dwPl:ie: fabulous new track. Most of the,--,with a 37. Jason B',ff&e and Brett II. ay girls ran their fastest times so far Ofll IKOCK SOltOallers s'Anders nk carded scores of 39 and SpringdaleSec nd plaCeClimbersWentd racey u son, .rm rams ann at ]c Kuehl added a score of 41 Sarah Haar, 11:32.3; Shuttle uu seamt 'tals were Luverne 129, " The "B" and "C" also had excellent en .u'y .It llao to oe xouJ Hurdle Relay, Nancy Erickson scores with 170 and 202 asmgmgandstandup - oumwest L;nrlstlan w, Carla Kjorness, Jamte Wolf and '111 3Ui:I3UII U UBL respectively. Scott Eichner and Third pl e went to the Clarinda Krick, 1:22.02; 1600 M. wormmgton vt, tayton 0,*, ]eu Ben Wester were medalists for etters tor their entry/ RunbL t d ,lC W /e7:29bl. ! 100,r dler/l e Wi s gerton : Springfield/Comfrey traveled to Shelly home. of41their respectiVeand 44. teams with scores, memoersLean OncameMe tottlaet hee:. Io.';; rturmes,:;' " erm orams,' "'1"33.3;""" Russell/Tvler/Ruthton, 3 and Jeffers to play Red Rock in theWindom scored 2 in the bottom. Last Thursday, it was the girls younger members wttl 200 M Dash, Michelle Lindaman, Ellsworth 2. . season opener. The game date was of the 3rd to lead 6 - 3. Agmn the team that had the good day when proj ts. . ; 30 5" 1600 M Rela, Jenn, Olsem Individual placings for Red Rock changed from Comfrey to Jeffers 4th inning was a good inning with they topped a very good Luverne .S.KltS. were juogeo .' s' ;:L ' "'were" First Place - 1600 M Run, because of field conditions, so Red 4 runs crossing the plate, with 6 1 ongmal ty, use of both Kacnei nornmg, racey utson ann . . . team 19 to 98. Michelle Eichner 4:" 4 " ri Sarah Meyer, 5:50. Thn'd Place - Rock was the v sator. It was a well Robin Nmkel and Stac| Mamas was again medalist with a 46 older members of the c r tcK wc s, 3z nt meoley " " ; Lent, Jumn, Michelle Lindaman, played game offensively and singling. Vicky Wagner walked, Alicia Ahlrichs had a 49 antinumerous,other criteria. Relay, Gma KronbacK, t=tarmaa, ,% ,- i- "*'-r n-'14 7 ; 3200 M Rffn, Juhe Immer, defenswely by both teams. Neither Jalme Pudenz reaching on an error Michelle Lindaman added a 50 this year s Share-the-F[ lkrlCK, tepnan e rqu ness a u " c to ,m o.no 4 Fo-rth Place 13:28.9. Fourth Place - 3200 M. team had much practice t me and Tiffany Pudenz, hitting a long The B" team had Miranda Doom Bruce and Kay Burger, y : " Relay, Julie Immer, Jenny Olsem, outdoors due to weather drive to left field. She scored on a score meda!ists honors in a losing Dick and Yvonne Van - IUU M Dash, Karl l~onous, 13 5 " " " n " " sacrifi fl rourm =-;klace-- Ti-e Shot Pu't, Tracy Olson and Nmk We s, co diuons. TheCeame y bYwShelly WahL cause. The 'C" team won and Corn Walnut Grove. . a PI--- 10:57.4; 100 M. Dash, MichelleTiffany Pudenz was the winning g as tied at 8, going 9 tey"iZc/Iu,scus, co e 10 alan", Lindaman, 13.8; 800 M. Relay, pitcher giving up only 4 hits, into the bottom of the 7th. teamWeberdidwaSnotl WhaveSC rer'as goodThea dayb ysas perf rmedA totaltheirOf enm" 2jelew't ," Michelle Lindaman, Gina walked 9 and struck out 2. Tiffany Windom s Amy Veenker walked they lost by a score of 180 to 183. crowo approximate|ya aump, olna r ronoacK, iz 11 ; IUU 19 03 Kronback, Stephanie Kjomess and was also 2 - 3 at bat with a triple and stole second and scored on a The top four scorers were Jason .4-H mbassa.oo M tauroles, Larla lkjomess ; " ;.; .: Karl Bondus, 1:59.9; 800 M. Run, S ster, Jmme, was 2 - 4, with a smglebyTmaVellema. Bakke 43, Scott Eichner 45, Nick snowanoentertmnen " " " Sarah Meyer, 2:38.4; 1600 M.triple and 2 RBIs. Nichole Rupp Tiffany Pudenz took the loss,Ku,ehl 47 and Mike Olson 48. The The Cl.ements Crusade - Relay, Sarah Meyer, Nicki Weis, was 2 - 4 with a double. Deanne but pitched an excellent game.B team added another win 196 to repre.sentmg Redw oocl. ttea KOCK, LilrlS Gina Kronback and Jenny Olsem, Crowell had a sacrifice fly in the Red Rock was led by Shelly 213 and Dan Best took medalist the Minnesota State Fair tn 4:39.2. Fifth Place - Shot, Barb mp of the 7th to score'Tiffany for Wahl ,min, 2 a with '7 o p.v M R n wi " e,-. - honors with a 47. Ben Wester was Cooley, 26 9 ; 1600 . u,the nnmg run. Red Rock out-Mrdnuhle and a ~in~,l~ Tiffany 1 a "C" team medalist with 50. Luverne lnvllatlona Rachel Hornmg, 6:26; 400 M. Sprmgfteld/Comfrey 12 - 4. m,a m, t a On Monday both boys and girls . Last Saturday the Red. Rock Relay, Mmhelle Lmdaman, Gma Neither team comm tled a fielding z r,o s. rte m mmns was z - 4 teams probabb would have rather Jackpot Junction corn eted at Luverne m the Kronback, Stepnan|e r jomess ann error, mneny oroeoner was me P stayed home as both had their honefit set by SSU Luverne Invitational Track Me, eL Kan Bondus, 56:09; 300 M. losing pitcher gwmg up 6 runs on ine Score worst outings ever at Sanborn. 7,-,- . a The meet had to be rescheduled Hurdles, Carla Kjorness, 54.69. 12 hits, 3 walks and 2 strikeouts, xv;, a n o n from Thursday, which proved to be S th,Plaee.Discus, NicoleWolf, Monday's game at Windom was 0 3 1 b Although the boys tcam had a poor roundatmn . showing, they split in losing to A benefit for SouthWe$ a wise choice, because the running 74 5 ; 100 M. Hurdles, Clarinda- postponed due to weather " Windom and topping Sanborn- University Scholarship is conditions were excellent on a Krick, 18 4 conditions --. - .- " u r, -,-" l-tits Runs t:rrces BB SO Lamberton-Wabasso. Jason Bakke for April 29 at Jackpot Jttel I t, Ken KOCK u Win. 6 9 5 6 1 shot a 44, Nick Kuehl 47, Eric blaze/casino establishment - = o Red Rock traveled to Lakefield RR 8 8 4 a Red Rock IJov's results lrom to play one of the areas top teams. : Hakena8andMikeOlsona49for near Morton. , ,1 The playing conaitions were tar Proceeds from the acti fit. l mf u te d%1;% fund Presidential ScholarS, Central Lyon ][nvitationa t i ' Id'smThmmngl sg WG School Lunch be awarded to acade come up empty on runs. HLOL land Menu---Apr. 29-May 3 amleuc calenaar qualified ssu students. Apr. 25 May 1 sponsored by the SSO only 3 hits, 2 by Term Kruger, but Breakfast: " will be held from 5 to 7:30 First Pl,ace- LongJump, Chad Cardinal were issued 13 walks and movedMonday -- Cinnamon/raisin Thursday, Apri125---4:a5, TR, 7 cJackp 't' J'ancfi n - s ouponsmat,wnen Boc k, 19 51/2f, H!gh Jump, " on 5 Red Rock errors. Deannebiscuits, fruit, milk. tayior,3 }o, it . M. oasn uen Relays In L,uverne Crowell took the loss, going 2 I/2 Tuesday -- Cereal w/milk, & 8 B & G, Jackson at Jackson; B ' a omgo or Jarls, lz. 3; LLu t2urmes, t)ougFirst Place---Long Jump, Chad innings and Tiffany Pudenz toast, juice. 4"30 Varstty B, CELW at Lake purchase, wm prompt westerman, gzo xa uasn,- " finished u Red Rock " 1 du, mu xu, ornauotu " oa'n Boeck, 19 11 ; H gh Jump, Jeff . . p. got singes Wednesday -- Sausage/cheeseWilson; 4"30, Varsity Sit .-, : ; Taylor 5' 8"" Trinle Jumn, Chad trom saline Pudenz, Shelly Wahl on English muffin, tater wedges, wormmgton at WestorooK; 4:t3,tr, thP. RRII Fnnnd tio Josh Meyer, Jesse Hanish, Chap, r r and Heidi Stalls milk- a Girl s Varsity Go'if, HL/O/L at coutmn is food only o A 4 1 -- --- Boeck and Ben Jans, 1"40 8; 440 0j 5 W/S/L 10 Rock 8 "'"-'l"h L fie1 ---r- -- n Y- R 1 " h M " r" Je e econa maee--Iuu M. uasn, x ursaay -- trench toast ake d. between5to7-30pm . a ei.ay, . eye, . ss Ben Jans. 11 86:300 Intermediate Windom 9 Red Rock 8 Sticks, fruit, bacon, milk. Friday, April 26---4:30, Varsity In addition to the riamsn, naa OCCK ann jarls, Hurdles,'Dou Westerman, 4.56;Red Rock lost a pair of closeFriday -- Pancakes, ham T, Observer-Advocate Wolver at the Foundation is cond---'# 200 M Dash. Jam. 23 6; games last week, losing to patties, fruit, milk. Mr= Lake; raffle, with the winning na econo vtace -- rngn Jump, Wabasso/SanbomSamberton 10 - Lunch- ~aturaay, April 27--1:30, he drawn ~t h~r'k~t IBtl# Kevin Johnson, 5' 8"; 440 Yd. Low ---,-,- -,-,-, ------e, in inni" n " Varsity BB, Adrian at Jeffers. n'7 -ximat'e/v"-lV " Westerman, 10 6 ; 110 M 8 8 gson ondayand9.-8 Monday -- Ch qken patty on Monday, April 29----4"15, 7 & 8 "" H dl.es. Doug Westerman, 62.6. Hurdles. Dou Westerman, 17.57i to Windom on Friday. Thursday's bun, french fries, peas, bars, fruit, TR, Cedar Mr. at Morgan; : 5, B a tit mra mace -- xwo Mue Ketay, 1 t Re- Lame with MLBO was nosmoned milk " 4 4 g ets are ^ a. u e'"v" Or"" "11 100 M . ,---,-- -- t~uuy ha.nun, ot~ t; vw~,ouetowea~er "-" v Cram- C0rr, and Jim Vosber-4xt00 M. Relay, Eric Kronback Tuesday--Tacos, race fixings, Sqd. BB, SLW at Wabasso; 4:15, ndant, cubic zirebrria l o : . . o, Josh Meyer Chad Boeck and Ben jumpeo out to a 2 - 0 lead nacho chips/cheese sauce, bib,Varsity Golf, Balaton at and e.arrlno a ea inn O 10"130; 440 Yd Dash, hevin . after2innin--- R Westbrook - tt0 . ;" " - '" Jans, 47.4. ' ,t n. tm rtut= utm me umt, cream, mtm. . package and bingo/casi Jonnson, 35 1, Mealey Kelay, t rm " Fourth Place---Shot Put, Josh game in the 3rd and exploded for 6 Wednesday -- Tater tot luesaay, April 3u---~: t3, cards Kronback, Jesse Hanish, Kevin,- r n i Varsity TR,-Arrow Relays at -'" e lne oenent aria ram Me,er, 376 ; Discus, Doug u s n the 4th to lead 8 - 3.hotd sh, corn, b/b, fruxt, apple mpestone; 4- u, varsity . Johnson and Vosberg, 4 09 2, ' " Tlf : "" Westerman 113 1/4 ; 110 M " fany Pudenz led the inning with crisp, milk . tomepunuc. Mile Relay, Craig Curry, Doug ' " a " " Hurdles, Jeff Taylor, 18 09; 400 M mple Red Rock sent 10 batters,Thursday --- Soup/sandwich,ML/B/O at Jeffers; 4:30, Vars|ty r:n mnr~ infnrmalinn ~ Westcrm, an, Jim Vosberg and Dash, KevinJohnson, 56.28. " to the plate, however, only 1 lettuce salad, crackers, cake, fruit, SB, Spnngfield/ComfreyatJeffers. he r, rt-,= a lkevln Jonnson, 4 o3 I wcancsaay, May 1 : 5, '. . Foundation, (507)537-6266" Fourth Place : Shot Put /osh Fifth P!ac, e---Shot Put, Chris, reached base over the next 4 milk. "'" --4 1 ,---X Paplow, 37 2 ; 100 M. Dash, Josh innings as WSL slowly crept back Friday --- Tuna hotdish, b/b, Varsity Golf, Wmdom at Wmdom. e.yer, /' ; t tscut ' Ben Meyer, 11.93; Medley Relay, Eric ann scored 2 in me top otthe 8m to California mixed vegetables/cheese I rapmw, VV ; Long JU p, " c ture the win " "" " Kronback, Jeff Taylor, Kewnap . sauce, frmt, milk. sans, t Tiff n Fifth Place Shot Put ChrisJonnson ano t ric Olson, 4:03.6; a y Pudenz took the loss, --- ' 4x400 M. Relay, Eric Olson, Craig going the distance giving up 6 hits, u,n. ,-, ONE SALE NOW -- "-=' 'ea tn"I'o'int Totals Rock Curry, DougWestermanand Kevin 10 runs (6 of those earned) 10 S 'D cnoot L, uncn 1990-91 CHARGER YEARBOOKS i j -- Johnson, 3"54 6 walks and 3 strikeouts. She also led Men Valley/Boydcn Hull 96 1/2, S oux ,x r. ot, the offen or, 4 with ' u--Apr. 29 - May 3 Get your collector's edition now! Eight Center 88 1/2, Red Rock 76 and Monday --- Chicken patty on of full color, higfilights of the year, stat George/Little Rock 27. bun, tarter sauce, lettuce, team vomts-- layton Van u . v " basketball, and much more. We were one three good .- uthi'W 1" ': egetablc, rehshes, sauc,bar, Ken KOCK IU3, wormlngton u t o u-u . teams m th s meet. We finished " sandwiches, m,lk. Capture the memories: don't be left out, Lennox, SD 65, Line Score Tues - close even though we were shut t, WSL-1 1 0 1 2 2 1 2 day ---F sh nuggets, tarter Payment due when you order. $33w/oname;$35wl J-- .t--, o,sauce reli out from 880 yards and more m the. . . - no -.- tin ,= -,a9 RR . n 9 n n n n,shes, tater tots, catsup, Call the high school office (274-6111) to order mdivldualevcnts. =. i. na lemon dcssert, jelly/butter ,'= '= sandwiches, mdk" or chcCs salad. On sale from April 22 to May 2. I was happy .wjth oureffort. We Cbandler/Edgerton/LakeWilson6 Hits Runs Errors BB SO ,weonesaa f~rllCKCn noo(]lC took pray 1, atlaletes ann scoreo a In ntl fi irl rw int : i n't WSL 8 10 6 10 3 Y -- lot of points with them. RR If} R S '7 soup, crackers, relishes, This is a great early meet. A lot a "-' /imic rn ium, n to a 4"- 0 l-eat cheese/meat plate, sauce, frosted of super competmon from Iowa a ,h, after 1 innin- scorin- on onl, 2 cak squares, peanut butter/butter schools. Coach LeBoutdhcrr,k kn""kin" at the hits and 2 errors Red Rock sa tehes, chocolate/whttemilk. " Th n ursday Tater tot casserole, door - coming very close :to bou ced back with 3 runs in the -'- ;i w ng another meeL Coach LeBoutillier Recycling containers for residents in the City of Walnut Grove will be delivered to each house end of this week. Karen Erickson City of Walnut Grove top of the 3rd. Jaime Pudenz led off with a single, Tiffany walked and Shelly Wahl doubled to ,bring both home. Heidi Stalls singled later to bring sliced cheese, vegetable, relishes, pudding, honey/butter sandwiches, milk or chef's salad. Friday --- Barbecue on bun fries, catsup, sauce, pickles, sandwiches, milk. up K aesio ogy Membe - ICAK USA Effective Chiropractic! Available In S.W. Minn. from: Dr. S. W. Engen, DC West Hwy. 30, S ayton, MN 56172 Weekdays by appointment There will be another clean up day on April 28, at 1:00 p.m. All volunteers are