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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, May 25, 2011 Page 9 6otf Corner By Digger Phelps Charger boys golf team from left: Coach John Amundson, Reed Bakken, Dana Madson, Jared Lindaman, Aaron Theisen, Taylor Lindaman, Nick Lehnhoff, and Coach Carter Ross. Lindaman brothers finish fi t and second at Conferenc00 Lindaman broth- By Carter Ross, coach Jared and Taylor Lindaman finished first and second at the 2011 Red Rock confer- ence golf meet leading the Chargers to their 4th straight title and the 8th in the last 9 years. Jared was crowned confer- ence champion firing a 75 to win by 2 strokes over team- mate and brother Taylor who shot a solid 77. Both boys had 35 on the front side. The Chargers were not done plac- ing in the top 5 as Dana Madson (78) and Aaron Theisen (81) placed third and fourth respectively. To have the top 4 places at the confer- ence meet is awesome! All four players earned all con- ference honors by placing in the top 10. Reed Bakken (91) and Nick Lehnhoff (91) also played well on the day and would have counted on any other conference team. The team score of 311 was a school record for an 18 hole event. It beat last years record setting round of 316. The team really played well today. All players are scoring consistently which is a sign of a good team. Our record now stands at 32-2 with a home quad meet and section play remaining. The girls did not field a team but had success as indi- viduals. Molly Jarmer and Paige Erickson continued collecting medals as both players earned all confer- ence. It was their first all conference honors in golf. Molly fired a 97 while Paige shot a 108. Seventh grader Abby Herding played well too shooting a 115 in her very first tournament. All signs point to a very good toumament season for both the boys and girls golf teams. The boys golf team also won a quadrangular meet to end the week. Taylor Lindaman continued his hot shooting earning medalist honors with an even par round of 36. Dana Madson placed sec- ond with a 40. Molly Jarmer placed first, Paige Erickson second and Abby Herding third on the girls side of the competition. The boys end regular season play at 35-2. BOYS CONFERENCE WWG 311 champion SWC 357 runner-up Jared Lindaman 75 Dana Madson 78 Taylor Lindaman 77 Aaron Theisen 81 Nick Lehnhoff 91 Reed Bakken 91 GIRLS Molly Jarmer 97 Paige Erickson 108 Abby Herding 115 BOYS WWG 158 SWU 185 MLC 208 LAKE. 199 Jared Lindaman 41 Dana Madson 40 Taylor Lindaman 36 Aaron Theisen 41 Nick Lehnhoff 41 Reed Bakken 51 Ryan Byers 58 Aaron Hass Hunter Gilb Austin Olson Logan Hotzler Phillip Kramser Trey Kockelman GIRLS Molly Jarmer 50 Paige Erickson 50 Abby Herding 50 Track --- By Steve LeBoutillier, coach WWG-RRC Track Results: Windom Eagle Invitational May 16 Girls Results: 1 Hailey Osland Triple Jump 30tt. 7in.; Alexa Byers, Tegan Derickson, Chloe Arfsten, Maddie Frank 4x200 Relay 1:59.5 2 Melanie Kedl 200m Dash 29.36; Hailey Osland Long Jump 13ft. 10in.; Juliana Pederson 1600m Run 6:01.07; Melanie Kedl 100m Dash 14.34; Chloe Arfsten Pole Vault 711. 6in.; Elizabeth Woelber, Tegan Derickson, Chloe Arfsten, Hailey Osland 4x100 Relay 57.75 3 Melanie Kedl 400m Dash 1:07.71; Maddie Frank 100m Hurdles 18.64; Cassie Erickson, Hannah Sell, Macy Simonson, Tyra Missling 4x800 Relay 12:18.99; Alexa Byers, Madison Takle, Hannah Sell, Cassie Erickson 4x400 Relay 4:49.18 4 Chloe Arfsten High Jump 4ft. 4in.; Madison Takle 1600m Run 6:32.69; Alexa Byers 300m Hurdles 58.0; Hailey Osland 100m Hurdles 19.53; Macy Simonson Discus 7911. 10in. Team Points (Girls) 145 Windom Area 98 WWG-RRC 79.5 Martin Co. West 79 Southwestern United 76.5 Wabasso 30 Mt. Lake Christian Boys Results: 1 Blake Stevens ll0m Hurdles 16.8; Blake Stevens 300m Hurdles 45.71; Derek Christians Pole Vault 1011. 6in. 2 Levi Bunting 300m Hurdles 48.35; Derek Christians 400m Dash 58.54; Levi Brummer Shot Put 3611. 4in.; Blake Stevens, Derek Christians, Tanner Pederson, Levi Bunting 4x400 Relay 3:54.22 3 Chue Yang Pole Vault 8ft. 6in.; Levi Brummer Discus 10311. 5in.; Chue Yang 3200m Run 13:32.90; Tanner Pederson, Dustin Taylor, Derek Christians, Levi Bunting 4x200 Relay 1:46.83 4 Brandon Stevens Discus 99tt. 10in.; Brandon Stevens Shot Put 3511. 5in.; Brody Williams, Andrew Benson, Matthew Benson, Alex Bums 4x800 Relay 11:49.2; Levi Windom Eagle Invitational 46 SWU 20 WWG-RRC 4 MLC Boys Results: 1 Blake Stevens l l0m Hurdles 17.16; Blake Stevens 300m Hurdles 44.89 5 Derek Christians Pole Vault 10ft.; Blake Stevens Charger Maddie Frank conference meet. Brummer, Tanner Pederson, Dustin Taylor, Chue Yang 4x100 Relay 55.59 5 Blake Stevens Discus 9811. 6 Tyson Berg 1600m Run 5:45.92; Levi Bunting Long Jump 14tt. 9in. Team Points (boys) 146 Windom Area 98 WWG-RRC 95 Mt. Lake Christian 80 Southwestem United 67 Martin Co. West 20 Wabasso Red Rock Conference Track Meet By Steve LeBoutillier, coach WWG-RRC Track Results: Red Rock Conference Meet 5-19-11 Senior Blake Stevens is a two-time Red Rock Conference champion after taking first place in both the ll0s and 300 meter hurdle events. He followed it up with a 5th place finish in the discus and was part of the 5th place 4x4 relay team. On the girl's side, Chloe Arfsten was the Red Rock Conference pole vault cham- pion and placed 4th in the running the hurdles at the high jump as well as 5th and 6th as a part of the 4x2 and 4xl relay teams. Following are the results: Girls Results: 1 Chloe Arfsten Pole Vault 811. 4 Chloe Arfsten High Jump 411. 6in. 5 Juliana Pederson 1600m Run 6:12.47; Alexa Byers, Tegan Derickson, Chloe Arfsten, Maddie Frank 4x200 Relay 2:00.4 6 Erin Knorr, Tegan Derickson, Chloe Arfsten, Cassie Erickson 4x100 Relay 57.66; Cassie Erickson, Mady Johnson, Hannah Sell, Macy Simonson 4x800 Relay 12:05.13 7 Melanie Kedl 400m Dash 1:06.33; Maddie Frank 100m Hurdles 18.25; Alexa Byers, Madison Takle Hannah Sell, Cassie Erickson 4x400 Relay 4:42.3 8 Hannah Sell Pole Vault 611. 6in.; Hailey Osland Triple Jump 3011. 7in. Team Pts. (girls) 124 MLBO 94 MCC 86 Adrian 72 HBCEE 57 SWC 55 Fulda We'll try again to over- come the hex which has apparently been put on us by the weatherman, and act as if summer is actually on the way. Another week of league golf, and another week of lots of absentees due to farm- ing and other issues. The men have actually already completed three weeks of play, although there are very few teams who are complete. Gene Lindaman and Gary DeBates lead those complet- ed in Early League #1 with 35 points. Amie Teichrow and Denny Erickson lead the Early League #2 with 36 1/2 points, while Craig Jans and Duane Ourada hold down the number one spot in the inter- mediate league with 32-1/2 points. Undoubtedly, as time goes on and we get some matches made up, there will be lots of changes in the lead. The ladies have also begun play, and the team of Shirley Wolf and Gail Smith are up to their old tricks lead- ing with 8 -1/2 points after week number one. The five- lady league is largely incom- plete. Ladies are encouraged to make up matches within two weeks in order to avoid forfeits. Remember to write scores in the pink book, and to total scores for five-lady league in order to assist yours truly who is somewhat chal- lenged in interpreting what all those numbers mean in the pink book. The rainfall has made Dwayne's job almost impos- sible. For those of you who have been around the course, it isn't a news flash that the fertilizer is working!!! ! Now the problem becomes pay- ing for all the additional fuel that more mowing demands, and on it goes. Hopefully, the near future holds some wanner dryer days, and we can actually feel as if we've entered summer. Quote of the week-"The sweetest two words are "next time". The sourest word is "if". Chi Chi Rodriguez Keep your thoughts posi- tive, and I know summer will be just around the comer. We'll see you on the course! 46 RRC/WWG Baseball 63 preps for playoffs Derrick Jenniges, Coach The RRC/WWG Baseball team will finish the regular sea- son on Tuesday a11emoon in Westbrook when they take on the RTR Knights. The Falcons have been busy, playing nine games in the past two weeks (including four doubleheaders). They have a record of 6-12 (4-6 Red Rock Conference) and continue to look for consistency in the field and on the pitch- ing mound. Offense has not been a problem for the Falcons as of late as they have seven players batting .280 or higher. The team has stolen 72 bases in 78 attempts, but they have been allow- ing almost ten runs a game for the season. With a collection of young pitchers and position changes the Falcons hope to be gaining confidence and experience as they head into the play- offs Saturday afternoon in Marshall. RRC/WWG is the #6 seed and will face LQPV at 1:00 at Legion Field in Marshall. / I:H Charger Blake Stevens ran well at the conference track meet at Slayton last week. McBeain, Derek Christians, Discus 109ft. lin.; Blake Levi Bunting4x200 Relay Stevens, Derek Christians, 1:47.76 Tanner Pederson, Levi 8 Tyson Berg 1600m Run Bunting 4x400 Relay 3:54.5 5:30.45 6 Levi Brummer Discus Team Pts. (boys) 108ft. 7in.; Tyson Berg 146 MCC 3200m Run 12:26.08; Levi 99 HBCEE Bunting 300m Hurdles 48.88 68 Fulda 6 Levi Brummer, Brandon 55 SWC Stevens, Dustin Taylor, 51 MLC Caleb Dusek 4x100 Relay 41 Adrian 54.77; Matthew Benson, 36 SWU Brody Williams, Caleb 31 WWG-RRC Dusek, Andrew Benson 31 MLBO 4x800 Relay 11:06.73 7 Tanner Pederson, Taylor PETS MADE EASY, Ti., 2! :: , GOVERNMENT MADE EASY, USA.gov. Your official source for government info.