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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, May 26, 2010 Page 8 s.oo00 Girl's golf captures Boy's golf MENU chfinp June l-4, 2010 1 st championship ions again Monday: Memorial Day Tuesday: Chicken nug- gets or chicken strips, potato, fruit, bread, milk Wednesday: Cooks choice Thursday: Cooks choice Friday: Corn dogs, veg- etable, fruit, bread, milk Head Start program accepting applica- tion The Western Community Action Head Start program is now accepting applica- tions from families with children who are between 3 and 5 years old. Head Start has current openings in both center and home-based settings fi depending on the community. Head Start is a free preschool/family devel- opment program for low- income families. To learn more about Head Start, to see if your family qualifies or to register, please call 800-658-2448 or 507-537- 1416 and ask to talk to Lisa. COLLEGE m NEWS Annual Lake Area Technical Institute graduation The 43rd Annual Lake Area Technical Institute graduation ceremony was held Friday, May 14, 2010, with five hundred eight grad- uates receiving their diplo- mas. Area students that were presented their diplomas by Deb Shephard, President of Lake Area Tech. were: Leah M Anderson Westbrook MN, Medical Lab Technician Dawn M Scarset -Westbrook MN, Medical Lab Technician By Carter Ross Coach The Girl's golf team had been close all year to the top teams in the conference. They had lost several match- es to Fulda and Adrian by small margins so they knew beating them was possible, but would require some- thing special. The Chargers got that special round from Alexis Quade. Alexis has played well all year, but on this day she took it up a notch. She carded an 82 which was 5 better than Fulda's #1 and 19 better than Adrian's #1. Alexis won the individual conference title and gave WWG a chance to win it all. Golf is also a team sport and the team really came through. Carlyn Kletscher (98) tied her career best 9 hole score with a 47 on the front nine. Her 18 hole score was good enough to earn her all conference honors for the second year in a row. There was more work to be done as a team must count the 4 low- est scores. They needed the next 2 scores to be around a 105 average to win and they needed the other 2 scores to be low enough in case of a tie breaker. Molly Jarmer (101) and Morganne Knakmuhs (110) gave them those next 2 scores. Melody Horkey (112) and Kylie Erickson (115) shot very well and gave them good scores in case of a tie. When all the scores where added WWG edged Fulda by 1 stroke and won a confer- ence title! The team score was the lowest 18 hole score in school history. "All the girls played really well and we are proud of them all" commented Coach Ross. On Thursday the Chargers went to RRC and defeat- ed them 206-224. Alexis Quade continued to rack up the medals as she finished second with a 46. Morganne Knakmuhs picked up the third place medal with her career best at Sanborn a 49. The team is on track to shat- ter several records includ- ing the one for most wins. Currently the girl's are 20-9. The long week ended with the annual athletic banquet on Friday night. Several girls earned awards. Carlyn Kletscher earned an all con- ference award for the sec- ond year in a row. Alexis Quade earned an all con- ference award as she won the individual title with a smoking 82. Alexis, Carlyn, Molly, Morganne, Melody, and Kylie all received an award for being part of the conference team champions the first one in school his- tory. Carlyn also picked up one of two MVP awards handed out. She was a two time all conference player, a two time MVP winner, and they have counted Carlyn's score in every meet the last two years. She also earned 4 medals on the year. The other MVP went to Alexis Quade for the third time. Alexis earned a medal in 12 out of 14 meets on the year. She was Marshall Independent athlete of the week, 2010 conference champion, placed 42nd in last year's state tour- nament. She also tied for the # 1 WWG low score for girls when she carded a 40 in Slayton. WWG 393 Conference Champions Alexis Quade 82 Molly Jarmer 101 Morganne Knakmuhs 110 Carlyn Kletscher 98 Melody Horkey 112 Kylie Erickson 115 WWG 206 RRC 224 Alexis Quade 46 Molly Jarmer 55 Morganne Knakmuhs 49 Carlyn Kletscher 56 Melody Horkey 55 Kylie Erickson 56 Girls Golf All Conference selections. At left: Carlyn Kletscher and Alexis Quade By Carter Ross Coach The boy's golf team won its third conference title in a row last week by shooting a school 18 hole low score of 316. The team was led by Patrick Schweim's (76) second place finish and Dana Madson's (77) third place finish. Jared Lindaman (81) and Taylor Lindaman (82) earned all conference honors as well with solid rounds. Aaron Theisen (87) and Nick Lehnhoff (93) also played on the championship team. The conference tournament is a special event and one the boys do well at. The boy's golf team has won 7 out of the first 8 conference tourna- ments held. It was good to see Patrick and Dana break into the 70s which will be a key to the team's success down the road. The boys played the night before in Lakefield and shot a school tow for that course 156. WWG felt pretty good after that round and beating JCC was an added boost of confidence. Jared Lindaman (36) won the meet following close behind was Dana Madson (38). Aaron Theisen (41) tied his all time low score in a varsi- ty meet. Patrick Schweim (41) rounded out the team scoring. Thursday, the Chargers visited RRC. Jared Lindaman carded a solid 39 to win the medalist honors as the team swept the trian- gular meet. Dana Madson finished 3rd overall with a 42. The chargers continue to break records and pile up the wins. The boys are cur- rently 27-2 heading into the home stretch. To end the long week, the players attended the annual athletic banquet. Patrick Schweim (runner- up), Jared Lindaman, Dana Madson (3rd), and Taylor Lindaman picked up awards for all conference they earned during the conference meet. Patrick and Jared won the MVP plaque. Patrick was a 4 time all conference player (finishing 3rd 3 times and runner-up once), he won 6 meets this year and fin- ished 2nd once. Patrick also recorded the 5th lowest score in WWG history. Jared is a 3 time all conference player, 3 time winner of the MVP award, finished second 6 times and first 3 times includ- ing winning the Minneota invite championship. Patrick, Jared, Taylor, Aaron, Dana, and Nick received a team championship certificate for their recent conference title. WWG 156 SWU 196 JCC 171 at Lakefield Jared Lindaman 36 Patrick Schweim 41 Taylor Lindaman 42 Aaron Theisen 41 Dana Madson 38 Nick Lehnhoff 49 WWG 316 Conference Champions Jared Lindaman 81 Patrick Schweim 76 Taylor Lindaman 82 Aaron Theisen 87 Dana Madson 77 Nick Lehnhoff 93 WWG 168 RRC 183 HBC 197 at Sanborn Jared Lindaman 39 Taylor Lindaman 44 Aaron Theisen 43 Dana Madson 42 Nick Lehnhoff 47 Kyle West 57 Aaron Hass 58 Boys All Conference selections. Right: Patrick Schweim, Dana Madson, Zach Otto, and Jared Lindaman Are you ready to Me 00,TA00T your business Contact Jessica for ads at the Tribune Westbrook, MN 507-274-6136 or 800-410-1859. Girls golf team from left: Molly Jarmer,Carlyn Kletscher, Morganne Knakmuhs, Melody Horkey, Alexis Quade, and Kylie Erickson. Boys golf team from left: Coach John Amundson, Patrick Schweim, Dana Madson, Nick Lehnhoff, Taylor Lindaman, Aaron Theisen, Jared Lindaman, and Coach Carter Ross. to Parents of WWG Seniors! 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