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TRIBUNE Awards Banquet meal served by the Westbrook Kiwanis. The following awards were given to letters for all sports. Tifffany Eichner; Marines Distinguished Athlete award; Soni Kaufenberg, Charger Scholarship; Meghann Warner Army i Athlete; Nathan Swanson Triple A award and Charger Sholarship; Jordan of the Year and Army Reserve College Fund check; Eric Noomen Army College Fund check. Not pictured Alex Johnson and May Pang Vue Excel ns I had a busy On Tuesday, traveled to got revenge on same team on Falcons defeat- :9-1. They were able each inning except of the 7th. Mel picked up the win Just 4 hits, 4 walks out 2. Julia the Falcon hitters t-5 with 2 homeruns RBI's. Jen Olsem with a triple. Mel tnd Blair Meyer were KvLee Manthei Ldouble. 1221210 0000010 played at Thursday in the conference play. won a marathon in 13 innings. The 5-3 going into of the 7th inning. and KyLee ted off the inning to back sgles on an error. hit a solid single to score the tieing Falcons left the sending the game innings. Both opportunities but to convert until when MLBO had a :triple followed by an Down by 1 run. refused to lose. reached on a ball. KyLee doubled to score the ltn. Mel Quade had winning hit to and clinch the Conference title. pitched all 13 the win, allowing 6 walks, and 11. Jen Olsem led going 3-4 with a and 2 RBI's. KyLee Was 2-6 with a dou- Polzin had a single and Mel Quade a the winning RBI. 1100000001 0002000002 Saturday; the team to partic- in the Subway In the first Falcons faced a team and lost 3-0. played well and pitched an JCC hurler threw a no- to shut out the 0101001 0000000 second round the ML-GEC and 1 in 5 innings. Jen the offense going 2 doubles. Missa was 2-3 with a Schmidt was 3-4. and Mel Quade a double. Mel pitched "the first 2 no hits, no struck out 4. pitched the Inings allowing 2 Walks and 3 strike- 00100 7152- final game of the Falcons faced USC 4-1. The defense got start giving up in the bottom of inning. USC was shutout for the remainder of the game. Mel Schmidt took the loss allowing just 5 hits. no walks, 1 hit hatter, and struck out 5. The Falcons offense hit the ball hard, but couldn't come up with runs. Falcons 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 USC 4 0 0 0 0 0 - The team traveled to Edgerton to play the final game of the regular season. It was also the last confer- ence game. The Falcons shut out the Flying Dutchmen 3- 0. Mel Schmidt pitched the win and gave up just 2 hits. She had 1 walk and 1 strike- out. Jen Olsem went 2-2 with a triple. KyLee Manthei was 2-3 and Mel Quade added a double. The team finished the season 13-8 overall and 9-1 in the Red Rock Conference. Section seedings will be out on Wednesday and play will begin on Saturday, May 29. Falcons 2000100 Edgerton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Girls place 4th in confer- ence play The WWG girls golf team placed 4th at the con- ference tournament last Thursday in Westbrook. Jamie Munson and Jenny Heinrich earned all-confer- ence honors leading WWG to a 3-3 record and a solid 4th-place finish. ,Jasmine Madson (113), Stephanie Comnick (114), Ashley Hansen (118). and Andrea Hass (128) also contributed to the team. Jamie placed 2nd over- all, with a 90 and Jenny tied for 4th with a 97. The team was only 3 strokes out of 3rd and six out of 2nd. The girls' record is now 10- 11 going into subsections. After a 1-6 start, to be 10-11 is awesome. Team totals: Adrian 396, MCC 406, Fulda 411, WWG 41.4, SWC 466, SWU 483. RRC 5O2 Sports Boys are Conference Champs The WWG boys complet- ed the season perfect in the conference with a win at the conference tournament Thursday, May 20, at the Beaver Creek Golf Course. When the tournament was over, WWG and Southwest Christian were tied, using the low four players. The tie-breaking criteria is using the next golfer. It just so happens that Daniel Schneider's 101 was better than SWC's 5th players' 104, therefore giving WWG it's second conference title in two years. Kenny Willers (83) placed 2nd and Jordan Winter (89) was tied for 4th overall. David Schulz (96) just missed All Conference honors after loosing in a 3- person playoff. Derek Eichner and Layne Kockelman also contributed to the title. The Chargers go into subsection 15-3 and as conference champions. Team scores: WWG 367 (won tie-breaker), SWC 367, HBCE 370, SVRLB 386, RRC 414, SSC 417 WWG girls defeat MCC in a tough game WWG went to Slayton on May 18, 2004, and earned a tough road win. MCC won the Sections last year and is tough at home. Jamie Munson (51) and Jenny Heinrich (53) led WWG, fol- lowed by Jasmine Madson (57) and Stephanie Comnick with a 60. WWG's record improves to 6-8 on the year. Wednesday, May 26, 2004 Page 11 By Jan Lindaman Do any of you golfers ever experience anxiety? Maybe I should ask do any golfers not experience anxiety? It seems to be part of the game of golf. Experts have given the name GPA- Golf Performance Anxiety -- to the condition when your heart is racing, your blood pressure rising, your palms clammy, etc. GPA can sabo- tage your swing or, in extreme cases, make you want to flee the course. GPA stems from various sources -- fear of what others will think of us, a member of your foursome talking too much, insecurity about some aspect of your game, and being your own internal judge. Through the coming weeks, we will look at these problems and see what we can do about them. The first problem is FIRST-TEE JITTERS -- Many of us hate to hit that first ball in front of others. We have nightmares about hitting the ball and it ends up behind you. We worry and worry until the stress has even made our neck and shoulders tense. That caus- es one to grip the club too hard and we often hit grounders. What can we do? SOLUTION: Manage the Known --That, simply put, means our anxiety is coming from the unknown, so make your first swing be at the practice range, or practice net or even play another hole before coming to #1. Then you can treat your tee shot on #1 like any other because you've already hit other shots and you know how you are going to play that day. It becomes 'the known'. Another solution would be that when you start to feel anxious start to feel anxious or tense, focus on your breathing to reduce jitters. Men's and Ladies League Results: Early #1: G. DeBates-G. Lindaman, 27-1/2; D. Jorgenson-R. Jorgenson, 26- 1/2 S. Kjorness-J. Dibble, 29-I/2; D. Vosberg, W. Beckman, 25 G. DeVries-J. Lindaman, 14; J. Kuehl-D. Jensen, 13- I/2; N. Jorgenson-N. Ross, 13-1/2. Low Gross: Shirley Wolf, 46; Denise Eichner, 46. Denise Eichner, 32 The YOUTH TOURNA- MENT will be held on Monday, June 7 at 9AM. Encourage your children to participate -- call the course at 274-5166 to register. Details are in an ad in the paper. NOTE: Seniors will be playing Tuesdays at 9 AM for the next few weeks. Senior play will resume on Mondays on June 14. Thought for the day. Dale Carnegie said, "Ask your self, 'what's the worst that can happen?' Prepare to accept it. Then improve upon the worst." Find it?ast in the Sentinel Tribun00.. , Service and Business irectory 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 State Bank of Lucan Serving the area since 1936 106 Main Street, Lucan, MN.50255 507-747-2214 or Phone toll free 888-747-2214 mare Member FDIC Fax: 507-747-2160 r , ii, , Yi,,,. ",ii,, ;i i [ Evers Chiropractic Westbrook Area Wellness Center Dr. Mark A. Evers; Dr. Denise A. Evers 648 7th St., Westbrook, MN 507-274-5200 Tues. & Thurs. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tracy Service Center i i Tom Hahn, Owner !1 410 Craig Ave, Tracy, MN. 56175 507-629-9243 DON'S PLUMBING Julie's Studio 10 for all your plumbing, heating, & Family hair care & nail design. air conditioning needs call Hair, Nails, Tanning & Waxing 507-274-5316 Hours: Tues. & Thurs. 12 - S Wed. & Fri. 8:30 - 5:00 Sat. 9:00 - 1:00 I appreciate your business. Don Papiow Dave's Custom Woodworking Dave J. Schneider, owner Call me for any woodworking projects such as: * Craft Projects * End Tables * Entertainment Centers * Book Cases and more! Give Dave a call at 1-507-227-4937 and we can draw up a plan together. All custom built to suit )our needs? Jackels Construction, Inc. New Homes Additions Remodeling Siding Garages Doors Windows Shingling Finish Work Design & Drafting Matt Jackels, owner 274-5499 or 360-6420 ' Licensed & Insured Lic.#20276150 341 6th St. Walnut Grove, MN. 507-859-2000 STEFFEN ELECTRIC NRTWOltK Since 1939 Electrical Contractor Appliance Sales & Service steffenelectric.com 507-859-2114 DUANE'S BODY SHOP Auto Body Repair & Refinishing Specializing in auto glass Call 507-274-6655 1018 4th St., Westbrook, MN. Duane Ourada, owner G & R ELECTRIC 168 4th St., Tracy, MN. 56175 Maytag, Magic Chef, Jenn Air RCA & GE TV's & VCR & DirecTv We service all makes and models Residential & Commercial Wiring Phor 507-629-4250 e-mail: elect@am.media.corn Revere Auto Body & Glass $25 Gift Certificate at T-Tommy's, Key Largo, or the Med Club with a windshield replacement or $500.00 Body Work. FREE pick up & delivery. Loaner car available. We can handle all your insurance needs. 40 years + experience. 1-800-752-8103 Wk ra of pmdu Life imurace and sefves Heat tnsuraw.e lehfemem plans hr, d other befe, fit Armiti of meb Paul R@I, F  Thrtvent Financial for therans- ,  74 S07,.445.37 20328PS R6O 200203510 02002Wnt facto*'erat i iiif i, i i ii i : -= ' .... : ,:   : :- :::  -= .00Ip00o00ro00 I B irkholz & Rye  ATTORNEYS AT LAW Daniel A. Birkholz lP44,,e i01 South 7th St., St. James, MN 56081-0461 Tell  lll,,l.ll,'(J , Phone 507-375-3374 Fax 507-375-3375 611 1St Avenue, Westbrook, MN 56183 n E-maih birklaw@rconnect.com I If you would like to have your message appear on this directory, please contact Wayne Rue at 274-6136 or 800-410-1859