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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SP()RTS Wednesday, May 18, 2011 Page 9 Boys' golf team ends week at 26-2 By Carter Ross, coach The boys' golf team had a great week finishing the week with a 26-2 record. They are off to the best start in team history and have a chance to set several team records. The week began with a sweep of conference teams RRC and SWC. Jared Lindaman won medalist hon- ors with a 39. Taylor Lindaman earned a second place medal with a 42. On Tuesday the boys went to Minneota for an 11 team invitational. The Chargers, behind a 5th place showing from Jared, were the rtmner- up. They had 5 players finish in the top 18 out of 65 golf- ers. Aaron Theisen placed 10th, Taylor Lindaman 1 lth, Nick Lehnhoff and Dana Madson tied for 18th, and Reed Bakken came in at 36th. Jared earned all tourna- ment honors with his 5th place finish. On Thursday in the cold and wind, the Chargers used a balanced attack to defeat SWC. The top 6 out of 7 golfers scored between 40 and 44. Aaron Theisen shot a very solid 40 in the conditions to earn medalist honors. Dana Madson (41) placed second while Taylor Lindaman (42) finished third. The girls fmally scored as a team as WWG had 4 golf- ers compete against RRC and SWC. WWG did not win, but having a team score was good for the girls. They did have a good day with medals as Molly Jarmer, Paige Erickson, and Abby Herding all earned the third place medals with a 54. On Tuesday the girls traveled to Cottonwood for the annual invitational. The team score was 471 and close to beating other teams. The experience they are gaining will trans- late into wins down the stretch. On Thursday the Chargers competed as indi- viduals against SWC. Paige Erickson (53) continued to collect medals as she fin- ished in second place. With tournament time approach- Taylor Lindaman 42 ing it is good to see the Aaron Theisen 40 improvement and good play. Nick Lehnhoff 43 BOYS Reed Bakken 44 WWG 168 Ryan Byers 67 SWC 194 Aaron Hass 57 RRC 174 Hunter Gilb 6 l Jared Lindaman 39 Austin Olson 58 Dana Madson 44 Logan Hotzler 60 Taylor Lindaman 42 Phillip Kramse 67 Aaron Theisen 43 Trey Kockelman 59 Nick Lehnhoff 44 GIRLS Reed Bakken 56 WWG 236 Ryan Byers 59 SWC 229 Walker Christians 57 RRC 221 Aaron Hass 49 Molly Jarmer 54 Hunter Gilb 72 Paige Erickson 54 Austin Olson 61 Abby Herding 54 BOYS Minneota invite Chanel Madson 74 Runner-up WWG 447 WWG 336 Molly Jarmer 112 Jared Lindaman 81 Paige Erickson 113 Dana Madson 88 Abby Herding 118 Taylor Lindaman 84 Chanel Madson 128 Aaron Theisen 83 WWG INC Nick Lehnhoff 88 SWC 213 Reed Bakken 96 Molly Jarmer 57 BOYS Paige Erickson 53 WWG 166 Abby Herding 56 SWC 184 Jared Lindaman 44 Dana Madson 41 WWG-RRC, i Track & rls and boys Results By Steve LeBoutillier, coach It was a cold and windy Thursday night, May 5, at the Trojan Relays. The WWG- RRC Charger track team braved the elements though and ran well. The highlight was Blake Steven's double victories in the hurdle events. Several runners ran their personal bests despite the elements. Following are the results: Girls Results: 2 Chanel Madson 3200m Run 13:08.64; 2 Chloe Arfsten Pole Vault 7ft. 6in.; 3 Juliana Pederson 1600m Run 6:04.99 4 Maddie Frank 100m Hurdles 18.2 -:; 5 Juliana Pederson 800m Run 2:50.16; 5 ChloeArfsten High Jump 4ft. 4in.; 5 Cassie Erickson, Macy Simonson, Hannah Sell, Tyra Missling 4x800 Relay 11:02.88 6 Macy Simonson Discus 80ft. 10in.; 6 Melanie Kedl 400m Dash 1:07.95; 6 Halley Osland Triple Jump 28ft. 4.5in.; 6 Elizabeth Woelber, Tegan Derickson Chloe Arfsten Anya Mattison 4x100 Relay 59.46; Elizabeth Woelber, Tegan Derickson, Chloe Arfsten, Maddie Frank 4x200 Relay 2:03.95 7 Melanie Kedl 200m Dash 30.35; 7 Hannah Sell Pole Vault 6ft. 8 Madison Takle 1600m Run 6:34.68; 8 Halley Osland 100m Hurdles 19.38; 8 Chanel Madson Discus 78ft. 7in. Girls Team Points 173 MLBO 115 Adrian 90.5 SWC 88.5 MCC 78.5 Fulda 61.5 WWG-RRC 58 SWU 17 Worthington JV Boys Results: 1 Blake Stevens 110 Hurdles 16.86; 1 Blake Stevens 300m Hurdles 44.83 2 Levi Bunting 300m Hurdles 47.38 4 Derek Christians 400m Dash 59.47 5 Brandon Stevens Discus 108ft. lin. 6 Tyson Berg 3200m Run 12:49.64; 6 Derek Christians Pole Vault 9ft.; Blake Stevens, Tanner Pederson, Derek Christians, Levi Bunting 4x400 Relay 3:58.65 .... +,: . 7 Levi Brummer Shot Put 35ft.; 7 Levi Brummer, Brandon Stevens, Dustin Taylor, Alex Burns 4x100 Relay 56.49; Brady Williams, Andrew Benson, Alex Burns, Matthew Benson 4x800 Relay 11:23.45 8 Tyson Berg 1600m Run 5:33.4; Levi Brummer Discus 103ft. llin.; Cheu Yang Pole Vault 8ft.; Blake Stevens Long Jump 16ft. 7in.; Tanner Pederson, Dustin Taylor, Chue Yang, Taylor McBeain 4x200 Relay 1:58.95 Boys Team Points 94.5 MCC 83 SWC 81.5 Fulda 76 Worthington JV 66 MLC 61 WWG-RRC 54 SWU 53 MLBO 50 Adrian CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS 2nd Place Finish Loggers 14s Team 2nd Place Finish in Silver Bracket @ Worthington Tournament. Back Row: Coach Maddie Frank, Morgan Dennistoun, Kaylee Mischke, Abby Herding, Mariah Olson, and Elizabeth Woelber. Front Row: Sophie Horkey, Seng Xiong, and Juliana Pederson. Submitted photo Corner By Digger Phelps Another week of the end- less winter/spring has been interrupted by a couple of days that teased us by allowing us to play in shorts instead of sweatshirts and stocking caps. For most of us, the expected improve- ments in our game weren't quite in keeping with our proportionate loss of cloth- ing. As some of my playing partners have noted, it may be that we just aren't that good. At any rate, in spite of all of the interruptions due to weather, work, farming, etc, we have officially opened the league season, and the ladies will commence their official ladies, day events this week. Due to the large number of matches that have yet to be played, we will delay any reporting of results for another week or two. For the record, though, there have been a few hardy souls who have been playing quite steadily for a month or so, and whose games are already quite sharp. I can report, in particular, one of our venerable members, Gene Lindaman, who gave lessons to members Phelps, DeBates, Elzenga, and Eichner last week with back-to-back 35,s for a blistering 70. Gene was heard to comment later, "I've never shot that well in league before", a state- ment that yours truly hears quite often over the course of the summer. I might add too, that my stash of quarters that I keep in my bag was lightened considerably last week. Congratulations on some great golf, Gene. The activities will cer- tainly heat up as the weather steadily improves, so get out and sharpen up your game. Both the ladies and the men now enter their league sea- son, which means that men should not tee off after noon on Tuesdays, and ladies after noon on Wednesdays. The next big activity will be the Two-Bar Tournament spon- sored by the Loose Moose and the Slipper Inn. This tournament is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12. This event is open to the public, and you can pick up an entry form at the course or from either of the establishments who sponsor the event. Quote of the week: "A bad attitude is worse than a bad swing." Payne Stewart Keep your head down, and we'll see you on the course!! Athletic Awards Banquet Last Friday night athletes and their parents were on hand for the annual WWG Athletic Banquet. From left front: Excel Award winner - Maddie Frank, Girl Athlete of the Year - Chanel Madson, Triple A award, and Army Scholar Athletic award - Kelsey Mischke, Charger Scholar award - Troy Schoenenberger, Marine Distinguished Athlete award - Molly Jarmer. Back row: Marine Distinguished Athlete Award -Jared Lindaman, Army Scholar Athlete Award - Levi Brummer, Male Athlete of the Year Award and Triple A Award - Aaron Theisen. 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