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SENTINEL TRIBUNE I I SPORTS Wednesday, May 8, 2013 Page 10 Arrow Relays Results Enckson On Tuesday, April 30, the Chargers got in another track meet, this time, at Pipestone for the Arrow Relays. The weather was good for this time of year and there were some good performances by the thin- clads. Melanie Kedl had an excellent day racking up 31 team points all by herself capped off by another victory in the 400 meter dash. Jeff DeCock continued his dominance in the jumping events, win- ning all three and gaining 30 points for his team. The 4 x 400 relay team had a decent showing as they won that event. Following are the results. Girls results 1st place: Melanie Kedl, 400m dash, 1:05.56 2nd place: Melanie Kedi, high jump, 4ft. 6in; Melanie Kedl, 2OGre dahs, 29.08 3rd place: Melanie Kedl, 100m dash, 13.94 4th place: Macy Simonson, discus, 74ft. 6in.; Tyra Missling, shot put, 23ft. 6.75in 5th Place: Halley Osland, triple jump, 29ft. 3in; Macy Simonson, shot put, 23ft. 4.5in 6th place: Halley Osland, long jump, 13ft. 5in 7th place: Alexa Byers, long jump, 12ft. 5.5in; Alexa Byers, 400m dash, 1:15.74; Maddie Hemp, 1600m run, 7:09.17; Alexa Byers, 200m dash, 31.93 Girls team pts: 178 SW Christian, 146 Canby, 115 Adrian, 68 WWG-RRC, 54 RTR, 51.5 Fulda, 15.5 Ellsworth Boys results: 1st place: Jeff DeCock, triple jump, 42tt. llin.; AJ Jongen, 800m run, 2:14.88; Jeff DeCock high jump, 5ft. 10in.; Jeff DeCock, long jump, 20ft. 4.75in.; Tanner Pederson, Tyson Berg, Derek Christians, AJ Jongen, 4x400 relay, 3:57.6 2nd place: Adam Holman, triple jump, 37ft. 5in. 3rd place: Adam Holman, Tristan Joel, Alex Knutson, Quentin Cooley, 4x100 relay, 49.67 4th place: Tanner Pederson, 100m dash, 12.80;Logan Weis, Shot put, 33fl. 8in.; Payton Void, 400m dash, 100.45 5th place: Derek Christians, 300m hurdles, 50.39 6th place: Alex Knutson, long jump, 17ft. 3in.; Tyson Berg, 1600m run, 5:47.3 7th place: Tristan Joel, high jump, 5ft. 4in. 8th place: Andrew Benson, 800m run, 2:39.15; Matthew Benson, 1600m run, 6:08.87 Boys team pts: 171 Canby, 113 Fulda, 104 SW Christian, 98 WWG-RRC, 77 Adrian, 39 Ellsworth, 35 RTR Finally a Golf Match! By Carter Ross Coach The WWG golf teams finally were able to play on a golf course and against another team. The Chargers traveled to Adrian to play the Dragons and Fulda on April 29. The boys team went 1 and 1 for the day as they defeated Fulda and lost a close match to Adrian. Taylor Lindaman led WWG with a 40 which was good enough for co- medalist honors. Dana Madson shot a 41 which placed him 3rd overall. The shot of the day came from Hunter Glib whooholed out from 75 yds for a birdie! ThC'rlg team score was incomplete because of short numbers. Paige Erickson led the chargers with a 51. The next day the Chargers hosted a triangular with TMB and Fulda. The boys swept the meet defeating both teams. The girls went 1 and 1 on the day. Dana Madson earned medalist honors shooting a solid 39 while teammate Taylor Lindaman placed second with a 41. Abby Herding shot a very nice 46 to place third for the girls. On Friday the boys braved the cold and wind and traveled to Iowa to face HBC. This was a make-up match due to snow being on the course Thursday. Taylor Lindaman won medalist honors shoot- ing a 39 while Dana placed second with a 40. Austin Olson shot a 58 to win the JV meet. Currently the boys stand at 4-1 and the girls 1 and 1. Chargers at Adrain April 29 WWG 187 Fulda 225 Adrian 182 Dana Madson 41 Taylor Lindaman 40 Walker Christians 50 Trey Kockelman 56 Brandon Pacholl 56 Austin Olson 71 Hunter Gilb 64 Triangular at Westbrook April 30 WWG 177 TMB 183 Fulda 215 Dana Madson 39 Taylor Lindaman 41 WalkerChristians 49 Trey Kockelman 48 Hunter Gilb 61 AJ Quade 61 Austin Olson 54 Chargers at Adrian April 29 Paige Erickson 51 Avoree Bakken 48 Kelsi Wahl 73 Fulda at Westbrook WWG 223 Fulda 190 Abby Herding 46 Paige Erickson 53 Avoree Bakken 50 Kelsi Wahl 74 Mariah Ol son 81 (00layed in irls All-Star Game On Friday, April 26 local Basketball stand- out, Paige Erickson, played in the Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association All Star game at the University of St. Thomas. Paige was one of forty girls selected to play in the All Star game. Ten girls were selected from each class A-AAAA and divided into four teams. Paige played along with the best of the best and finished the game with 7 points and 4 assists. On Saturday morning Paige was recognized at the All Star Banquet for her accomplishments throughout her career. Submitted photo. Author presentation and book signing Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WESTBROOK -- Two authors will be at the city library Thursday, May 16 at 7:00 p.m. Scott Thoma author of "Out of the Blue" will talk about his true story chroni- cling the story of two sisters and their miraculous sur- vival of the Tracy tornado. Following Thoma's pre- sentation author Carolyn Van Loh will hold a book signing of her latest book, "A Place of Interest." The book tells the story of her husband Dave's family coming to Minnesota to live. The story is based on her mother-in-law's diaries written on calendars. Paige dribbling the ball in the All Star Game at the University of St. Thomas. Champions at Ridgewater Tournament Loggers 18s Gold Division Champions at Ridgewater Tournament April 22. 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