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SENTINEL TRIBUNE EDUCATION Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Page 10 WWG Athletic Awards banquet Award winners- From left: Girl Athlete of the Year, Dayna Comnick; Charger Booster Scholarship, Austin Olson; Co - Boy Athlete of the Year, Matt Otto; Charger Booster Scholarship, Steffanie Ankrum; Charger Booster Scholarship, Trey Kockelman; Army award, Madison Takle; Marine awards, Jordaan Joel, and Alex Knutson; Army Award, Tyson Berg, Co - Boy Athlete of the Year, Levi Bunting. Submitted photo. WWG SUMMER SCHOOL MENU Herding wins Conference Title Same menu will be served at both sites. Lunch will be served free from 11:00 - 12:30 p.m., to any child 18 years old and younger. Any friends visiting, driv- ing thru town, playing ball games, from another town/ school, or staying with you can eat for free. Please call Paul at 507- 859-2141 for more informa- tion. May 27 - Ham/Turkey sub, fresh veggies, Sun Chips, apple slices, milk May 28 - Hotdogs/bun, baked beans, baby carrots, fresh gruit, milk May 29 - Pizza, lettuce salad, banana, milk June 2 - Chicken nug- gets, mashed potatoes, green beans, peaches, milk June 3 - Hamburgers/ bun, fixings, sweet potato fries, celery sticks/peanut butter, fruit, milk June 4 - Beefy nachos w/ fixings, spanish rice, refried beans, fruit, milk June 5 - Cheesy bread/ marinara, fresh broccoli, carrot sticks, fruit, milk Statewide bass season opens Anglers can catch and keep bass starting Saturday, May 24. Anglers can gen- erally keep six largemouth and smallmouth bass com- bined. A guide to telling regulations, use the DNR LakeFinder function at the Fish Minnesota site, www. mndnr.gov/fishmn. To buy a fishing license, visit any DNR license agent, buy the:difference between the online via mobile or desk- two can be found on the top at www.mndnr.gov/ Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website at www.mndnr.gov/fish/ bass. Some bodies of water have special regulations for bass. To find special buyalicense, or call 888- 665-4236. After the bass opener, next up for anglers is the muskie opener on Saturday, June 7. Girls place 4th Boys 9th By Carter Ross, Coach The WWG Chargers com- peted in the 2014 Red Rock Conference Golf tournament last week at Prairie View golf course in Worthington. Abby Herding continued her unde- feated season by winning the individual championship. Abby had a 2 stroke lead at the turn, and she was able to stretch that into a 6 stroke win. By placing in the top 10, Abby earned her third all conference in golf. The girls played very well on the day placing third over all. Brittany Erickson and Gabby Grams played well in their first conference tournament ever. Mariah Olson round- ed out the scoring for the Chargers, shooting her best 18 hole score in her career. The boys played well too, placing in 9th place. We were only 6 strokes out of 5th place. Last Thursday the Chargers braved the cold, wind, and occasional snow to play in a quad match in Fulda. Both teams finished 1-2 on the day. Abby Herding carded a 43 to win the match. The girls head into subsec- tion play with a 19-7 record and the boys currently stand at 7-25. Abby Herding enters post season unbeaten and ranked #2 in Class A golf. Worthington WWG 468, 3rd Place Abby Herding 87 Brittany Erickson 116 Mariah Olson 134 Gabby Grams 131 WWG 426, 9th Place Trey Kockelman 98 Brandon Pacholl 110 Austin Olson 108 Hunter Gilb 122 Kyle Kuehl 110 Jack Jorgenson 110 Fnlda WWG 206 Fulda 197 Adrian 194 SWU 247 Abby Herding 43 Brittany Erickson 57 Mariah Olson 59 Cassidy Mischke 55 Makenna Takle 67 WWG 206 Fulda 186 Adrian 163 SWU 215 Trey Kockelman 54 Brandon Pacholl 58 Austin Olson 50 Hunter Gilb 54 Kyle Kuehl 52 Jack Jorgenson 50 Erectronics (E-Waste) Recycltng Day For: Redwood County Residents and Businesses When: Wednesday May 28th, 2014 from 9:00am to 6:00pm Where: Redwood County Fairgrounds Cost: Households Businesses TVs and anything with a monitor $5.00 per item $7.00 per item All other electronics (mice, keyboards, speakers, printers, CPUs, VCRs, radios, cell phones, cameras, etc) Free Free K-6 youth wrestlers com- pete at Rochester April 3 - 6 the very best youth wrestlers in the state converged in Rochester, MN to compete for the ulti- mate prize - a state cham- pionship both Individually and Team at the NYWA State and Invite Toumey. The TMBWWG youth wrestling program had great representation. This is not an open tournament, mean- ing the participants need to qualify through District and Regional tournaments. The K-6 group had the follow- ing competing on the State side - Jace Paplow, Trevor Eisfeld, Tyler Timm, Travis Willhite, Ayden Homer, Caden Johnson, Kalvin Crumrine, Jacob Meyer, Dayton Wakefield, and David Schuh. On the Invite side TMBWWG partici- pants were Levi Ellingson, Julius Williams, Taylor Timm, Alex Schuh, Ashton Squires, Jeret Ankrum, Devin Carter, Michael Tesch and Taylor Squires. NYWA State Tournament awards the top 6 place win- ners in the state. TMBWWG Place winners were: State side - Trevor Eisfeld (3rd), Jacob Meyer (3rd), Jace Paplow (4th), Tyler Timm (4th) Ayden Homer (5th). Invite side place winners were: Julius Williams (lst), Levi Ellingson (2nd), Ashton Squires (2nd), Taylor Squires (2nd), Alex Schuh (3rd). The K-6 TMBWWG Dual Team placed 2nd in Pool 6. Competitors included David Schuh, Kaysen Harms, Lincoln Carlson, Kannon Depyper, Devin Carter, Michael Tesch, Alex Schuh, Kalvin Crumrine, Ayden Homer, Levi Ellingson, Caden Johnson, Taylor Timm, Noah Winge, Kadin Kuehl, Jayden Torgeson, Travis Willhite, Jace Paplow, Sawyer Schwartz, Trevor Eisfeld, Lane Schmidt, and Tyler Timm. The end of year Youth Wrestling Banquet was held at the high school cafeteria where the season of hard work and development was celebrated. Congratulations to all the young TMBWWG wrestlers on a great season. K-6 youth wrestlers. Submitted photo SRTS Regional Workshop on a comprehensive plan Join us at the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Workshop. Wednesday, May 28, 2014; 8:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Prairie Elementary School, 1700 1st Avenue SW, Worthington. To register contact Drew Hage by May 21 - Southwest RDC, 507-836- 8547, drewh@swrdc.org In collaboration with MnDOT and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, Southwest Regional Development Commission will host a SRTS work- shop that will turn Prairie Elementary School into a learning lahoratbry. This hands-on SRTS workshop will be facilitated by nation- al expert Mark Fenton (http ://www.markfenton. com/). Representatives from other communities and their SRTS teams will be invited to observe and learn from this workshop. Participants in these train- ings will: *Develop expertise in SRTS planning and assess- ment from a community that has just been through the planning process *Identify specific imple- mentation strategies for their SRTS initiatives *Learn stakeholder engagement strategies to sustain their SRTS initia- tives *Acquire basic skills to facilitate their walk/bike audit and assess their SRTS data to identify opportuni- ties *Position their commu- nity to build a sustainable SRTS initiative. Audience for the training includes: *School Principal or other school representatives *City public works *City or regional plan- ners *SRTS "Champions" *Parent leaders *Other SRTS implement- ers (who have been involved thus far). Participants will devel- op the skills and capac- ity to develop and imple- ment their SRTS plan by better understanding their role. Attendees will iden- tify which nationally and locally-available resources can assist them in achiev- ing their goals includ- ing the peer professionals and advocates working on SRTS. And have fun while doing itt Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune For more information or questions about acceptable items, call the Redwood County Environmental Office: 507-637-4023