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TRIBUNE Lindaman this week with more DON'Ts when your children to . . TOLERATE SPORTSMANSHIP As the model positive Don't lose your don't throw clubs, players to play don't stand and there are players [You, and the list goes at a young will adult life. .. PUSH, BUT THEM INTO Let your choose if or when he to compete. When he start with that groups of by age or ability so with golfers talent. A good start is the Youth Rolling Hills that that. The date this June 7 at 9 a.m. . . WANT SUC- BADL Children difficult goals Make sure child isn't worried ; you if he success he thinks him to be. Keep of pressure off. these guidelines for 4 weeks, have fun children the love play for both men got underway The weather the best so some of were not corn- are the results Sthat did play. - M. Erickson-M. 16; G. DeBates-G. 14; D. Jorgenson- 13; B. Johnson 13. . #2 - D. Vosberg- Beckman 15; P. Mischke Dibble 14. 2-Lady - D. Schreier 7; G. Lindaman 6. golf meets have for this year. left is the Girls' Meet which will and Dusek and Caleb Dusek, participated in Annual Conference Writers held May in Marshall. The Central spon- conference for 725 students Attending the with Katie and Was their mother, I)usek. attended were: write about other Patrick ' lasenter. How to write C.amnL_f Carole and by Bill presenting attended) Lois and Daniel Wednesday, May 19, 2004 Page 11 RRC/WWG Falcons defeat Worthington 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 pounded 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: Julia Grams 2-5 with a doble, Jen Olsem and Missa Ahermatt both 3-5, and Mel Schmidt 2-4 with a double. With the win, the Falcons are on top of the conference with a perfect 6-0 record. Falcons 3 0 4 0 0 2 3 MCC 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 In action on Tuesday, May 4, 2004, the Falcons hosted Worthington at the Westbrook field. RRC/WWG won the non-conference be held May 20, Thursday match up by a score of 20-3 morning at 9 a.m. The course in 5 innings. Leading the should be open at 1 p.m. The YOUTH TOURNAMENT will be held earlier this year in hopes that the golf team members will participate. That is scheduled for Monday, June 7 at 9 a.m. Encourage your children to participate. Another upcoming tourna- ment is the 1-Person Scramble set for Sunday, May 23. Registration is at 8 a.m. and shotgun start at 8:45 a.m. It will be 18 holes of scramble where you will hit each shot 2 times and pick the best one. This is a new type of tournament so come out and trT it. There will be a work day on Monday. May 24 for any members who can help. We will be staining the deck and fixing the roof as well as other projects. Keep this day open. NOTE: Seniors will not be playing on May 24 as the course is closed until 2 p.m. for aerating the greens. They have decided to come out on Tuesday at 9 a.m. instead. May 31 is a holiday and June 7 is the Youth Open so senior play will resume on June 14. Though for you to ponder this next week: "The trees taunt you; the sand mocks you; the water calls your name . . . and they say golf is a quiet game. "Anonymous Keep smiling and have a good week. 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 scoring two in the bottom of the first. Julia Grams led off with a single and stole sec- ond. Mel Quade moved her to third on a sac bunt. Jen Olsem had an rib single and scored later in the inning. Mel Sehmidt led off the sec- ond with a single and scored later on a single by Julia Grams With two out in the 4th, Julia again singled, stole a base and scored on Mel Quades single. The Falcons were unable to plate Blair Meyer who was strand- ed on third in the 5th inning. Mel Schmidt took the loss, allowing just 3 hits, walking four, striking out three and hitting two. All five CCM runs were unearned. ,Julia ledthe offense giong 3-4. Jen Olsem was 2-4. there were no extra base hits for either team. CCM 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Falcons 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 Find us on the Web at www.lyon-siouxpress.com RRC/WWG Jr. High Baseball Last week, RRC/WWG played a pair of opponents, each in a double header. The 7th grade used 7 runs in their final at bat to come from behind to beat Springfield 9-8. qYailing 8-2 going into the last half of the 4th, RRC/WWG was down to their final out. Two runners were on base, and from then on, the rally staged a great comeback win. Kyle Bauman hit the game win- ner,'scoring q'ler Derickson. RRCfWWG had 6 hits with Bauman having 2 hits, Derickson, Colton Knudson, Josh Merrick, and Brian Benedict each had 1 hit apiece. In the 8th grade game, Springfield scored 2 runs in the first, and added 1 more in the 4th, and held RRC/WWG's bats in check as the Tigers beat the Falcons 3-0. RRC/WWG had 8 hits. Travis Erickson, William Spaeth, and Kyle Bauman each recorded hits. In the other game of the week, the team traveled to play SW United. The 7th grade lost 14-6. It was just the second loss of the season. Bevern Kedl had a 2-run homer to supply RRC/WWG with a 4-run rally, but it came up a bit short. The loss drops the 7th grade record to (9-2). The 8th grade lost a close game, as SW United broke a 2-2 tie to win 3-2 on their final at bat. RRC/WWG had hits from Erik Altermatt, Josh Fredrickson, and Bevern Kedl. The 8th grade now have a (4-7) record. Summer Camp Offers Pioneer Life Kami Hastad Regional Ext. Educator Z CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-41 O- 1859 Find it/ast in the Sentinel Tribune... Service and Business Directo WESTER'S LOCKER Bacon - Ham - Sausage Retail Meats Custom Slaughtering - Sides & Quarters Deer Processing Available 536 1st Ave., Westbrook Tim Wester, owner 507-274-5900 Evers Chiropractic y Westbrook Area Wellness Center Dr. Mark A. Evers; Dr. Denise A. 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