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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Page 11 On Thursday, May 9, the jump, 4ft. 4in.; Melanie Chargers participated at the Kedl, 400m dash, 1:06.76 Trojan Relays in 5th - Juliana Pederson, Worthington. This was 1600m run, 6:22.18 basically a Red Rock 6th - Halley Osland, Conference Meet as most Long jump, 13ft. 9.25in.; teams were there. The boys Alexa Byers, 100m hurdles, placed a respectable 4th 19.47; Halley Osland, while the girls were 7th. Triple jump, 29ft. 4 in. Jeff DeCock and AJ Jongen 7th Mady Johnson, led the boys team while Makenzie Deprez, Theresa Melanie Kedl and Chloe Merrick, Halley Osland, 4 x Arfsten we top point getters 100 relay, 1:01.08 for the girls. Following are 8th - Halley Osland, the results: 100m dash, 15.05; Girls Results Makenzie Deprez, Tyra 1st - Melanie Kedl, High Missling, Macy Simonson, jump, 4ft. 8in.; Chloe Mady Johnson, 4 x 800 Arfsten, Pole vault, 8ft 0in. relay, 12:59.84 3rd - Macy Simonson, Girls team points: discus, 71ft. 2in.; Alexa 172 Mt. Lake Area, 129.5 Byers, Theresa Merrick, Southwest Christian; 100.5 Mady Johnson, Jordaan MCC; 74.5 Adrian; 65.5 Joel, 4 x 200 relay, 2:05.4 Fulda; 63 HBC; 60 WWG- 4th - Chloe Arfsten, High RRC; 25 Worthington JV Tanner Pederson, Nick Boys results: Berg, Alex Knutson, Adam 1st - JeffDeCock, Triple Holman, 4x100 relay 50.21 jump 40ft 7.25in; AJ 6th - Tyson Berg, 1600m Jongen, 1600m run, run 5:29.74; Matt Kleven, 5:02.01; JeffDeCock, High 3200mrtm 12:12.26; Adam jump 6ft. 0in. Holman, Long jump 2nd- JeffDeCock, Long 17ft.7in.; Matt Kleven, jump 20ft. 1.75in. Payton Void, Brody 3rd - Tanner Pederson, Williams, Andrew Benson, Alex Knutson, Derek 4x800 relay, 10:23.71 Christians, Levi Bunting, 7th - Meng Vang, Pole 4x200 relay 1:43.11; Derek vault 8ft 0in. Christians, AJ Jongen, Jeff 8th - Brody William, DeCock, Levi Bunting, 4 x 400m dash 1:04.07; Alex 400 relay 3:48.79 Knutson, High jump 5ft. 4th - Payton Void, 400m 2in. dash 1:01.28;Adam Team Points: 146 Mt. Holman, Triple jump Lake Area; 138.5 Fulda; 37fi.7in. 119 MCC; 92.5 WWG- 5th - Derek Christians, RRC; 73 Southwest Pole vault 9fi.6in.; Levi Christian; 70 HBC; 39 Bunting, 110 m hurdlesAdrian; 13 Worthington JV 18.40; Derek Christians, 300m hurdles 49.24; Division Champions Loggers 1 Is White Divlsion Champions at Marshall Tournament May 1 I. From left: Madison Dennistoun, Halle Steen, Camryn Bunting, Coach Halley Osland, Kelly Berglund, Alli Vande Keift, Kora Wahl. Submitted photo Statewide Minnesota Representation By Carter Ross WWG 183, RRC 197, Golf coach SWU 200 The golf teams finally Dana Madson 38 played in some normal golf Taylor Lindaman 44 conditions this week. On Reed Bakken 48 Monday the Chargers trav- Aaron Hass 56 eled to Sanborn to play Walker Christians RRC and SWU. The boys 57 and girls both came away Trey Kockelman 53 with the sweep. The boys JV golfers were paced by Dana MadsonAustin Olson 73 and Taylor Lindaman. Dana Hunter Glib65 shot a very nice 38 to earn AJ Quade 59 the medalist honors. Taylor Brandon Pachol 68 (44) picked up the secondGirls place medal. These two WWG 231, RRC 234 have been trading offfinish- Abby Herding 50 ing first and second all year Paige Erickson 65 long. Abby Herding won Avoree Bakken 56 her second medalist honor Deziree Koenig 82 leading the Lady chargers to Kelsi Wahl 60 victory. AJ Quade shot a 59 Mariah Olson95 to pace the JV. On Tuesday Fuida Invite WWG hosted the girls invi- WWG 336 4th Place tational while the boys trav- Dana Madson 76 eled to the Fulda Invite. Taylor Lindaman 84 Both teams placed 4th over- Reed Bakken 86 all out of the 7 teams. Dana Aaron Hass 92 Madson shot a 76 to earn all Walker Christians tournament honors with a 90 4tti place ' fih|sh.' ' Abby TreyKockelman 95 Herding used a career low WWG Invite on the front nine (38) on her WWG 394 4th Place way to co-medalist. Abby Abby Herding82 shot 82 overall and tied Paige Erickson 93 Hanah Kloss from Windom. Avoree Bakken 101 Paige Erickson (44) shot her Deziree Koenig 118 best round as a Charger, just Kelsi Wahl 122 missing the medals. The MariahOlson 147 week concluded with the At Westbrnok Charger boys defeating WWG 166, SWC/E 209 SWC/E at Westbrook. Dana Madson 39 WWG played it's best team Taylor Lindaman 42 golf of the season shooting a Reed Bakken 43 166. Dana Madson won the Aaron Hass 46 meet with a 39. Taylor Walker Christians42 Lindaman and Walker Trey Kockelman 57 Christians placed second JVgolfers with 42s. It was Walkers Austin Olson58 career best score and his Hunter Glib 60 first medal. Austin Olson AJ Quade 59 and Brandon Pachol were Brandon Pachol 54 the low golfers for the JW. Tyler K 68 The week ends with the Adam Hass 65 boys 10-4 and the girls 4-4. At Sanborn Lady Charger golfer Abby Herding cranks out a drive on number four last Thursday in the meet at Rolling Hills Golf Course. Division Champions Loggers 18s Silver Diwsion Champions at JCC May 12. Back row from left: Halley Osland, Dayna Comnick, Madison Takle, Payton Determan, Coach Derek Erickson Front row from left: Katie Larsen, Alexa Byers, Shelby Schultz. Submitted photo 2nd Place Loggers 16s 2nd Place Silver Division at JCC May 12. Back row from left: Cassidy Mischke, Juliana Pederson, Mariah Olson, Morgan Dennistoun, Sami Hotzler, McKenzie Deprez, Coach Kelsi Wahl. 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