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TRIBUNE Sports Wednesday, April 28, 2004 Page 11 f aotf Corner By Jan Lindaman 2,i.2o ; , -- =:,: " down a bunt RRC Falcon baseball player Tim Furth lays down a nice bunt in the Chargers game against United in a makeup game last Friday. The Falcons lost a close one 7 to 6. Olympic volleyball volleyball teams from the area competed at Westbrook. h behind 4-0 to 0pen the top of the first, but cut the lead in half in the bottom of the inning. Brian Benedict and come Justin Knakmuhs each scored. Benedict scored on behind Knakmuh's triple, then Kaakmuhs scored on Bevern Kedl triple. SW United scored 3 more in the second, RRC/WWGJr. High but RRC/WWG kept the ed last Friday game close, scoring2 morein United. and both the second to trail 7-4. Then Ind 8th grade teams after holding SW United from behind wins scoreless in the third, their records. The RRC/WWG proceeded to remained unbeat- score 6 runs in the bottom of the 8th grade the third to take a 10-7 lead record at 2-2. entering the final inning. 7th grade fell Kyle Bauman finished the ; ago, I finally decided to get a I didn't do it to get back back to participating in the y. I was tired of goals with my doctor, a new kind of ceramic- streF For more information on a new generation of joint replacement options, con- sult your doctor, visit wwwst r yker cer amics.com or call 1 800934 3170 c and titanium hip developed by Take Back Your Life TM Part of a new generation of gned for lndNid  may v. There are active.  as =nd  t=s t. the fe of my iont   don't wait. Talk to your doc- depend on your -k,t e, level and oth factor. Only a,n ortho- OUt if the Stryker ceramic rlc srcjeoncten  rgeryrh hip is an option for you. fo you in a tournament last complete game on the mound allowing just 1 run in the final inning. Bauman struck- out 5 and walked just 1. The team had 9 hits, with Josh Merrick leading the way with 2 hits. Tyler Derkson, Marcus Madson, Colton Knutson, Matt Fox, Bevern Kedl, Justin Knakmuhs, and Brian Benedict all got 1 hit each. The 8th grade also had a come from behind win, as the team trailed 4-1 entering the bottom of the third inning. That's when RRC/WWG exploded for 4 runs. Josh Fredrickson, Travis Erickson, and Joe Doubler had consecutive hits, fol- lowed by 2 walks to Brian Benedict and William Spaeth to account for the rally. RRC/WWG took a 5-4 lead, but SW United scored 1 run in the fourth to tie the game. The team then won the game in the fourth as Blake Walker got a one out double, advanced to third on Josh Fredrickson's single, then scored the winning run on Joe Doubler's 2 out single for a 6-5 win. RRC/WWG had 8 hits, led by Josh Fredrickson and Joe Doubler's 2 hits each. Eric Altermatt, Turner Nickel, Blake Walker and Travis Erickson each had 1 hit. Blake Walker pitched the complete game striking out 8, allowing 2 hits and walking 4. Both teams play 4 inning games. Shari Buss awarded $1,000 scholarship In an effort to address a national need in the medical laboratory field. Dade Behring is providing finan- cial assistance and profls- sional encouragement t, young clinical laboratory professionals already enrolled in a structured associate degree granting course of study. Shari Buss, a first year Medical Lab Technician student at the Worthington Campus of MN West, recently learned that she was a recipient of this financial award. The goal of the scholarship program is to add to the corps of highly skilled professionals that work in clinical laboratories all over the nation. Dade Behring is the world's largest company dedicated solely to the clini- cal diagnostic industry. The scholarship is funded by Dade Behring, but awarded through the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science. Buss is a resident of Westbrook, MN. Question - You love golf and want to share it with those you love. But can a parent actually teach their children the sport without ruining it for them? The answer is yes. I found a few guidelines and will share them with you over the next weeks. We'll cover the DO's first. DO...FOLLOW THEIR LEAD - If your child is interest- ed, you can give a bit of instruction. To start, stick with set- up basics: grip and stance. Get the clubs that fit them and let them swing in their backyard--wiffle balls are even a good investment. DO...BREAK UP YOUR LESSONS - Children, especially those under age 8, can't focus for more than about 15 min- utes. Bounce from topic to topic and cover sessions on put- ting and chipping as well as lessons on rules, history and eti- quette. The latter is very important. Make sure that they know the golf course is not a place to stand and visit while others are behind them waiting to hit. Make sure that they know if they are holding faster players up, to stand aside and let them play through. DO...KNOW THE PROPER SET-UP - If you do coach, be sure to provide good and correct information. Time is running out for league signup for men and women. There are sign-up sheets at the clubhouse. If you can't make it out to sign-up, give the club a call at 274-5166. Men's League starts May 12 and Women's League starts May 11. New league participants should get at least 5 scores in the handicap book a week before that date. The women have their spring kickoff and league meeting set for Friday, April 30. Happy hour will start at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. Sounds like fun night has been planned. Tickets are available at the clubhouse. Call Marcy Chapman or Lois Williams if you have any questions. Golf meets coming up at Rolling Hills are: Mon., May 3, 4:30 p.m.; May 6, 4:15 p,m.; Thurs., May 13, 4:30 p.m. The course will be closed during those meets until 6 or 6:30. Phyllis is again planning a Mother's Day dinner. See the ad in the paper! Call for your reservations. Upcoming tournament is the 1-Person Scramble set for Sunday, May 23. This was changed from the original events schedule. Registration is at 8 a.m. and shot-gun start at 8:45 a.m. It will be 18 holes of scramble where you will hit each shot 2 times and pick the best one. This is a new type of tour- nament so come out and try it. There will be a work day on Monday, May 24, for any members who can help. We will be staining the deck and fixing the roof as well as other projects. Keep this day open. Thoughts for you to ponder this next week: "It's good sportsmanship not to pick up lost balls while they are still rolling." Mark %vain "'One of the advantages bowling has over golt' is that you seldom lose a bowling ball." Don Carter - Pro Bowler. Have a good week. Celebrate spring Hatch your own Painted Lady Butterflies Come to Shetek Environmental Learning Center and learn about the amazing Life Cycle of one of nature's most beautiful and delicate creatures. You will receive 3- 5 caterpillars, and we'll make a butterfly house where your caterpillars will live until they become Painted Lady Butterflies a few weeks later! You can then plan your own releas- ing ceremony to celebrate! Individuals of all ages are welcome (younger children should be accompanied by an adult). Definitely a fun family activity. Saturday, May 8th, 2 - 4:30 am Event held on grounds of Shetek Lutheran Ministries, Keeley Island, Lake Shetek. To resister: phone 507-763- 3567 by April 20th. I CLASSIFIED ADS I CALL 274-6136j OR 1-800-410-1859 I Vivien Jutsum, F-NP Family Nurse Practitioner MEET YOUR HEALTH CARE TEAM Vivien Jutsum is Board Certified in Family Practice and provides patient care for all ages, infant to adult, with a strong emphasis in Women's health. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, American College of Nurse Practitioners and Sigma Theta Tau (Nursing Honor Society). Vivien began her nursing career in London, England where she received her 4-year nursing degree at St. Mary's Hospital. She also received a Bachelor Science degree in Nursing from the University of Miami, Miami, Florida, and a Master's Degree in Adult Health and Education from the University of North Carolina. Vivien has worked as a health care education specialist, and has written several articles for publication related to Health Care Personnel Competency and Training. Vivien has a daughter, Joanna, living in Fort Worth, Texas. Outreach Specialty Services Available * Cardiology * Urology * Podiatry * Pulmonology * Psychiatry Call 507-274-6815 for appointments or information. Musa Varwani,, Jeffrey Cassel, MD Kelly Hoffman, F- MD, Dr. Internal Dr. Family Practice NPFamily Nurse Medicine Practitioner WESTBROOK CLINIC Internal Practice & Family Practice Practitioners Well Child * Baby Care * Comprehenaive Physicals Immunizations inclulding Minnesota Vaccines for Children * Wellness Exams Westbrook Health Center 920 Bell Avenue, Westbrook, MN. 507-274-6121 Dedicated to the Work of Healing www westbrtKkhealthcenter,org