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TRIBUNE Sports Boys golf team defeats Lakeview The boys golf team took on always tough Lakeview and came away with an impressive victory. WWG shot a 168 in 30 mph wind and cold conditions. Derek Eichner was low for WWG with a 41. Daniel Schneider and Kenny Willers each shot a 42. Jordan Winter came in with a 43 and Layne Kockelman rounded out the scoring with a 46. The B Squad also won and improved to 4-3 on the year. Josh Knakmuhs, 51, and Dominick Madson, 52, led the B-team. Junior 00i,c Volleyball ...HBC'E fall O Volleyball 12s Team competel at I.U WWG N Junior volleyball Tournament at unaay, May 2. The team. tOOKSeC- boys in me silver aivislon. UaCK Ross,. Ky!ie E.rickson, .Frankie golfers rune KnaKmuns. i-ront HOW: Sara.Jarmer,.Lindsey Grams, Coming off an impres- ;uDmitteo photo sive win, WWG traveled to s golf team s to Lakeview girls golf team home matches last came to Monday and went victoD-. It was a dy day and the that fact. Munson led the team with a 49 and Jenny Heinrich came in with a 51. Stephanie Comnick, 57, and Jasmine Madson, 61, round- ed out the team scoring. WWG's record now falls to 1- 5 on the season. the new Beaver Creek course to face HBC-E. This course is the site of the 2004 RRC tournament. WWG fought through the tough course to win by 14 strokes. David Schulz was medalist, with a 45 which was a good score on this course. Kenny Willers and Jordan Winters also broke 50. Derek Eichner came in at 51, fob lowed by Layne Kockelman with a 52. WWG ended the week 2-0 and are now 5- 3 on the season. Falcons split pair Tuesdays softball game with Cedar Mountain- Comfrey was rained out and is rescheduled for Monday, May 10th at Sanborn. In other action last week, the Falcons split a pair of games, losing to Wabasso and winning at MLBO in a conference match-up. The Rabbits put on a powerful offensive display pounding out 15 hits in 6 innings to defeat RRC/WWG 13-0. Pitcher Katelyn Rohlik threw a no hitter. The Falcons defense looked sharp in the first inning turning a double play from home to third to shut down the Rabbits. The second inning, there were four Falcon errors as the Rabbits started their roll. Mel Schmidt took the loss for the Falcons allowing 15 hits, 2 walks and 1 strike- out. On Friday, the Falcons traveled to Mountain Lake and put together a strong game winning 3-0. The defense stepped up making several outstanding plays and the offense was able to score runs off of one of the areas faster pitchers. Leading the offense was Julia Grams (2-4). Mel Quade and Jen Olsem each had rbi singles. Mel Schmidt pitched a good game, allowing 7 hits, 5 strikeouts and walked 2. The win puts the Falcons at 4-5 over-all and 3-0 in the conference. Wednesday, May 5, 2004 Page 11 Jr. High baseball teams play five games last week The ,Jr. High teams were bus3' last week as 5 games were played. On Tuesday, RRC/WWG hosted Windom. The 7th grade jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning, with ,Josh Merrick and Marcus Madson each knock- ing in runners. Windom came back to tie the game in the fourth inning, but Bew,rn K(:tl had a two out game winning single to score Justin Knakmuhs to win 6- 5. tlR('/WWG had hits from K vlc: Bauman, Bevern Kedl. Josh Merrick, and Marcus Madson. ,Josh Merrick and Kyle Bauman each pitched in the win and combined for 7 strikeouts. The 8th grade game was a slug fest. as each team had 11 hits with Windom win- ning 14-11 in extra innings. Windom jumped ahead 8-1, before RRC/WWG cut into the lead in the second inning by scoring 5. RRC/WWG tied the game when ]avis Erickson scored in the fourth to knot the game at 10-10. Windom countered with 4 runs in their 5th, while WWG/RRC could only plate 1. Josh Fredrickson, Joe Doubler, Eric Altermatt, and Travis Erickson each had 2 hits. Turner Nickel, Bevern Kedl and Kyle Bauman each had 1 hit. Eric Altermatt and Josh Fredrickson worked from the mound for RRC/WWG. Joe Doubler left the game with a dislocated finger and will likely miss the rest of the season. On Thursday, the team played 2 games vs Redwood Falls, and the 7th grade came away with a 3-1 win, while the 8th grade got defeated 10-1. RRC/WWG got 4 hits in the 3-1 win. They came off the bats of Justin Knakmuhs, Bevern Kedl, Josh Merrick and Cohon Knutson. Brian Benedict pitched a complete game striking out 6 and walking just 1. In the second game, RRC/WWG's bats were held to just 1 hit. That was to lead off hitter Eric Altermatt, who ended up scoring the only run of the game. RWF had 6 hits, but were aided by 10 walks. They scored 3 in the third and 5 more in the fourth. In the third game of the week, RRC/W/G played a combined 7th/8th grade game, and the Wabasso Rabbits came away with an 8-5 win. RRC/WWG had 7 hits in the game. Blake Walker had 2 hits, Eric Altermatt, Turner Nickel, Josh Fredrickson, Travis Erickson, and Bevern Kedl each added 1 hit. RRCflWWG scored 3 runs in the third and 2 runs in the fifth. Wabasso scored 2 runs in the first, fifth, and 6th innings. What proved to be enough. Blake Walker and Josh Fredrickson each pitched for RRC/WWG. The Jr. High teams now have a combined record of 8-5 on the season. girls to MCC Charger girls last Tuesday up a little rt. Madson shot a of 50 and just :edalist honors by 1 stroke. Ashley Hansen, Stephanie Comnick, 59, and Andrea Hass, 62, also count- ed for A-Squad. WWG falls to 1-6 on the season at the half-way point. Lindaman e this week with some more DO's when teaching to golf. IT FUN -- Try and turn practice into a game. try and earn points for different tasks. For exam- make a certain length putt or two, if they get the air, or if they remember the proper grip without give them so many points that they can treat. YOUR CHILD'S PERSONALITY -- Some Lean learn with constant critiquing, but some can't. on more positive reinforcement so encourage positive points. Try to keep them from frustra- THEM MEET OTHER KIDS WHO PLAY main reason is that this will help them keep it will be fun. running out for league sign-up for men and are sign-up sheets at the clubhouse. If you it out there to sign up, give the club a call at -- Men's League starts May 12th and Women's atarts May llth. New league participants should in the handicap book a week before that Lg up at Rolling Hills are: Thurs., May 6 May 13--4:30. The course will be closed meets until 6 or 6:30. Is again planning a Mother's Day Dinner  see ad Call for your reservations! tournament is the 1-Person Scramble set for 23rd. This was changed from the original Registration is at 8 AM and shot-gun start It will be 18 holes of scramble where you will shot 2 times and pick the best one. This is a new so come out and try it. Will be a work day on Monday, May 24th, for any Who can help. We will be staining the deck and fix- as well as other projects. Keep this day open. for you to ponder this next week: "The reason you to keep your head down is so you can't see " Phyllis Diller it that when you tell yourself, 'don't hit it in the body only seems to hear the word 'water? week with some don'ts -- Have a good week. Wrestling Camp Jeff Cooley and Austin Scarset will again headline a mini-wrestling camp on May 10, 11, and 12, at the Walnut Grove Middle School gym from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Cost for the camp will also include a T-shirt. The camp is avail- able to students entering 1st grade through 12th grade. Please contact Paul Olson at 507-859-2141 for details. Sand Volleyball League to begin June 3 WESTBROOK--Sand Volleyball League will begin on Thursday, June 3 and Monday, June 7. If you would like to form a team or need information about the league, call Linda Carter, 274-9936. Kart Racers Go Kart racers, Kendra Christians, Walker Christians, Jeff Christians and Michael Jans are preparing to race at area tracks, this past Saturday they participated in races at Pipestone. June 7 - June 11: 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Csed Evenings June 12 - End of Season 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday - Sunday Family Passes: $50, city resident $60, non-city resident $18, weekly family pass Any girls ages 6-18 interested in Swin Team, OPEN SWIMMING HOURS: Please contact Aalex Kells by Fri., May 7, 2004. June 2 - June 6:1:00 - 5:00; 6:30-8:30 p.m. Lessons are held Monday - Friday. Cancellations will be called in at KDOM FM 94.3. Pool closures and lesson cancellations will also be run on Westbrook Cable Channel 6. Single Pass: $35, individual season pass $10, weekly individual pass LESSONS ARE $20.00 PER CHILD Lesson Schedule: Session I - June 7 - 18 9:00 - 9:50: Level 3, 5, 7 10:00 - 10:50: Level 1, 2, 4, 5 11:00 - 11:50: Level 1, 2, 3, 6 session II - July 6 - July 16 9:00 - 9:50: Level 3, 4, 6 10:00 - 10:50: Level 1, 2, 4, 5 11:00 - 11:50: Level 1, 2, 3, 7 Walnut Grove lessons will be held July 26 - August 6 Lesson registration and membership forms are available at City Hall, WWG Schools, or at the pool during open pool hours. Registrations will be taken at the pool Wed., June 2 and Thurs., June 3 in the evening from 5 to 8:30 for swim lessons & memberships. Registrations will also be taken during open swim hours ( 1 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) on June 2 - 3. If you have questions about swimming lessons please contact Lairdie Kells. Full payment for lessons is due by the first lesson. Make checks payable to the City of Westbrook. Private lessons are available for $40. Private lessons are scheduled on an individual basis. Any questions regarding the pool, call Lairdie Kells at 274-6631 or the City Clerk at 274-5110. Telephone number at the swimming pool is 274-5539. lt1513