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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Sports Girls' track team wins Trojan Relays Wednesday, May 19, 2004 Page ,i il i:i By Coach Joan Zleske The WWG/RRC girls' track team won the Trojan Relays Tuesday, May 11, at Worthington. The girls were behind the MCC gang into the last race by 4 points. The WWG/RRC 4x400 relay team of Amanda Buresh, Krystle Sell, Kelley Nelson and Abby Knott won first place while the MCC team placed 5th, thereby putting the WWG/RRC girls ahead by 4 points and winning the meet. Abby Knott had an out- standing day as she per- formed a personal best in the triple jump, and the 100 and 300 hurdles. Krystle Sell and Amanda Buresh both ran a personal best in the 400 meter dash and Britta Engen ran a personal best in the 300 hurdles. Abby Knott led the team in total points with 18.5, Jessica Olsem 16, Kelley Nelson 12.75, Jenna Zempel 12.5, Krystle Sell 10.5, Lindsey Anderson 8.5, Amanda Buresh 8.5, Britta Engen 6, Thea Engen 2.25, Ashley Anderson 1, Dianne Zimmerman .5, Sandy Zeug .5, Emily Eisfeld .25 and Jonna Maas .25. Team Totals: WWG/RRC 98, MCC 94, Fulda 89, Adrian 84, MLBO 72, SWC 63, SWU 48. Individual placings for W-WG/RRC: Pole Vault - 4th, Jenna Zempel, 6' Triple Jump - 4th, Abby Knott, 30' 5-1/4", personal best 4x800 Relay 6th, Kelley Nelson, Jonna Maas, Emily Eisfeld, Thea Engen, 11:02.68 100 Hurdles 2nd, Jenna Zempel, 17.84; 5th, Abby Knott, 18.61, personal best 1600 Run - 2nd, Jessica Olsem, 5:49.92 4x100 Relay- 5th, Jenna Zempel, Dianne Zimmerman, Sandy Zeug, Lindsey Anderson, 55.3 400 Dash - 2nd, Krystle Sell, 62.9, personal best; 3rd, Amanda Buresh, 63.78, per- sonal best 300 Hurdles - 1st, Abby Knott, 50.46; 3rd, Britta Engen, 54.07, personal best 800 Run - 1st, Kelley Nelson, 2:31 200 Dash - 2nd, Lindsey Anderson, 28.0; 12th, Dianne Zimmerman, 30.7 3200 Run - 2nd, Jessica Olsem, 12:54.2; 5th, Tb,ea Engen, 13:39.7 4x400 Relay 1st, Amanda Buresh, Krystle Sell, Kelley Nelson, Abby Knott, 4:18.3 True Team Championship results By Coach Joan Zleske Thursday, May 13, the girls' track team traveled to Slayton to compete in the True Team Track Championship. Under less than ideal weather condi- tions many of the team members chose not to com- pete. These are the results of those individuals that com- peted: Discus llth, Ashley Anderson, 84' 6"; 17th, Sally Kronback, 69' 0" Shot 14th, Ashley Anderson, 25' 1"; 15th, Kelsey Hubert, 24' 11" Long Jump 16th, Krystle Sell, 13' 4"; 18th, Lindsay Anderson, 12' T' Triple Jump - 6th, Abby Knott, 30' 10-1/2"; 18th, Thea Engen, 27' 1.1/2" High Jump 16th, Sarah DeCock, 4' 2"; 19th, Britta Engen, 4' 2" 100 M. Hurdles - 12th, Abby Knott, 19.44 100 M. Dash 12th, Krystle Sell, 14.27 400 M. Dash 5th, Krystle Sell, 64.88 300 Low Hurdles - 5th, Abby Knott, 52.09 200 M Dash - 9th, Ahby Knott, 3O.3 RRCWWG --Trojan relay winners Individual points scored by WWG/RRC: Abby Knott 60, Krystle Sell 36, Ashley Anderson 21, Kelsey Hubert 8, Sarah DeCock 6, Lindsay Anderson 5, Thea Engen 5, and Britta Engen 4. Boys compete at Trojan Relays in Worthington By Coach Leboutillier On Tuesday, May 11, the WWG/RRC boys' track team competed in the Trojan Relays in Worthington. There were 8 teams compet- ing in Class A. The Charger's thinclads placed 6th. Gold medals went to the 4 x 800 meter relay team. Times and distances were affected by the high winds but good efforts were gained. 4x800 Relay - 1st, Matt Moldan, Sam Furth, Alex Johnson, Garrett Gransee, 8:52.77 800 Meter Run - 2nd, Matt Moldan, 2:08.1 1600 Meter Run - 3rd, Garrett Gransee, 4:57.76 Triple Jump - 3rd, Matt Moldan, 35 ft. 4x400 Relay 3rd, Garrett Gransee, Sam Furth, Matt Moldan, Alex Johnson, 3:42.3 High Jump - 4th, Mark Engen, 5 ft. 8 in. 400 Meter Dash - 6th, Sam Furth, 55.89 Team Points Southwest Christian 156. Fulda 112, MCC 92, Adrian 76, MLBO 50, WWG/RRC 41, Southwest United 15, Worthington JV 4. "We ran and scored well in this meet. "Carrett Gransee ran under 5 min- utes in the mile for the first time this season," comment- ed Coach LeBoutillier. Girls lose to Fulda On Tuesday, May 11, the WWG girls golf team trav- eled to Fulda for their annu- al triangular with Adrian and Fulda. With the wind blowing at 30 mph, with gusts at 40+, the team man- aged a decent team score. Jamie Munson (50) and Jenny Heinrich (52) were the only two WWG golfers to break 60.. Jasmine Madson and Stephanie Comnick rounded out the team scor- ing. When all six girls score well on the same day, we will be tough to beat. WWG girls olf team efeat SWU On May 14, a cool breezy day, Jamie Munson (44) earned another medal as the WWG girls golf team improved to 5-8 on the sea- son with a narrow one- stroke victory. Stephanie Comnick turned in a career low 53 to help propel WWG to victory. It was a good road win for the girls. Jasmine Madson and Ashley Hansen also shot in the 50's for WWG. With tournaments start- ing Thursday, we are picking up some momentum at the right time. I look for the girls to have high finishes in both the conference and sec- tion tournaments. Boys win 5th straight On a beautiful spring day, May 10, 2004 the WWG Charger boys golf team trav- eled to Slayton to take Southwest Christian. The WWG boys golf team won it's 5th straight vs SW Christian. The win kept WWG perfect in conference play and kept the momen- tum going into the final 2 matches before tournament play begins. Kenny Willers earned medalist honors with a nice 39. Dan Schneider also played well, carding a 44. Derek Eichner and Jordan Winter rounded out the team scoring. A 173 team score is a good score at the Slayton Course. The team needs to stay consistant. WWG boys golf team narrowly defeats SSC On May 14, 2004, the boys golf team narrowly escaped at SSC to keep their record spotless in conference play. Even though the team did not lose in regular sea- son, that does not mean any- thing towards conference play. The Chargers must win the conference tourna- ment to be conference cham- pions. Jordan Winter .(40) earned his second medal this week to help WWG win. Derek Eichner 43, Kenny Willers 43, and Dan Schneider 44, counted on the varsity score. WWG ends regular season at 9-3. Spring Mini Camp for Wrestlers Scarset and Cooley came back and put on a Camp for the youth wrestlers. Also Kurt Mike Hubert, and Justin Schroepfer helped camp. The camp went well, it was a three-ni two hours each night. They also planned to camp in August for all RRC/WWG wrestlers. It wsl to see the RRC/WWG High Schools and dents come and help out with the next wrestlers. Front row: Sam Vogl, Derek Christians, Cooley on his knee, Cole Olson, Luke Nichols, floor, Trevor Pederson, Luke Melges, Zach DeW, Scarset, Logan Weise and Justin Schroepfer. row: Charlie Herbert, Nathan Mattison, Gavin Jordan Vollmar, Mark Baker, Taylor Mattison Jenniges, Ryan Schroepfer, Kurt Nelson. Mike Herbert, King Seanz, Taylor Keairnes, Brummer, Olson, D. Waltz and Taylor Vollmaro tured: Brody Williams, Joe Pfarr, Shane JohnSOn, Cook. Submitted Photo Soccer Action These youngsters in the 10 and under division were scrimmaging at the Westbrook field. :i Athletic Awards Banquet May The WWG Athletic Awards Banquet, sponsored by the Westbrook Kiwanis, will on Friday, May 21, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the High School or School offices. RRC/WWG Falcons defeat In action on Tuesday, May 4, 2004, the Falcons hosted Worthington at the Westbrook field. RRC/WWG won the non-conference match up by a score of 20-3 in 5 innings. Leading the offense were Julia Grams 2-4 (a pair of triples, 3 rbis and 3 stolen bases), Mel Quade 3-4 (a double), Savanna Evans 3- 4 (3 rbis), and Mel Schmidt 2-3 (2 rbis). The defense held the Trojans to just three hits. Mel Schmidt picked up the win with 5 strikeouts, no walks and one hit batter. Worthington 0 0 0 3 0 Falcons 8 5 4 3 - On Thursday, May 6, 2004, the team traveled to Slayton to face MCC in the second round Of conference play. The Falcon bats pound, ed out 17 hits on the way to a 12-4 win. Mel Schmidt went the distance allowing just 4 hits, seven strikeouts, 5 walks and one hit batter. Savanna Evans had a pair of homeruns and 4 rbi's to lead the Falcons. Other hitters were: JuIia Grams 2-5 with a double, Jen Olsem and scoring two in the the first. Julia with a single and ond. Mel Quade to third on a sac Olsem had an rib scored later in the Missa Altermatt both 3-5,- Mel Schmidt led off and Mel Schmidt 2-4 with a ond with a single double. With the win, the later on a Falcons are on top of the con- Grams. With two ference with a perfect 6-0 record. Falcons 3 0 4 0 0 2 3 MCC 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 On Monday, the Falcons suffered their first confer- ence loss to Comfrey-Cedar Mountain 5-4. This game was rescheduled from an earlier rain out. CCM scored four runs in the top of the first with one out. The sec- ond batter reached on an error and the next two were hit by pitches. Four more errors were committed in that inning. The Falcons picked away at the lead by 4th, Julia again stole a base and Mel Quades Falcons were unable Blair Meyer who waS ed on third in the Mel Schmidt took allowing just 3 hits, four, striking out hitting two. All runs were led the offense Jen Olsem was 2-4. were no extra base either team. CCM 40100 Falcons 2 1 0 10