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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Several Chargers advance to Sections Wednesday, June 2, 2004 Page 10 i! By Coach Joan Zieske The Sub-Section Track Meet was held Thursday, May 27th at Windom. Advancing to sections will be Kelley Nelson in the 800 run, the 4x400 relay team of Lindsey Anderson, Krystle Sell, Kelley Nelson and Abby Knott; Jessica Olsem in the 1600 M. Run, Lindsey Anderson in the 200 M; Jenna Zempel in the 100 M. Hurdles; and Amanda Buresh and Krystle Sell in the 400 M. Dash. Kelley Nelson was the leading scorer for the team with 7.5 points, followed by Jessica Olsem 4, Jenna Zempel 4, Lindsey Anderson 3.5, Krystle Sell 2.5, Thea Engen 2.5, Amanda Buresh 2, Abby Knott 1.5, Jonna Maas .5, Amber Wallman .5, Emily Eisfeld .5, Dianne Zimmerman .25, Sandy Zeug .25, Britta Engen .25 and Sarah DeCock .25. Team totals: Windom Area 144, Cedar MtJMorgan 143.5, JCC 103, Wabasso 89, Com/Springfield 88, WWGfRRC 50, SW United 45, MLBO 35-1/2. Individual placing for WWG/RRC: 4x800 Relay: 5th Thea Engen, Emily Eisfeld, Amber Wallman, Jonna Maas 11:31.36 100 Hurdles: 4th Jenna Zempel 17.3 Charger track girl medal winners 4x200 Relay: 6th Sarah DeCock, Dianne Zimmerman, Sandy Zeug. Britta Engen 2:03.65 1600 Run: 5th Jessica Olsem 5:55.23 400 Dash: 5th Amanda Buresh 62.81; 6th Krystle Sell 62.88 Personal Best 800 Run: 3rd Kelley Nelson 2:28.81 200 Dash: 5th Lindsey Anderson 27.36 3200 Run: 5th Thea Engen 1.3:08.06 Personal Best 4x400 Relay: 3rd Lindsey Anderson, Krystle Sell, Kelley Nelson, Abby Knott 4:15.9 WWG/RRC boys track place 5th at Sub-Sections Engen 5ft. 10 in. 4x800 M. Relay: 1st Matt Moldan, Sam Furth, Alex Johnson, Garrett Gransee 8:48.66 400 M. Run: 2nd Sam Furth 56.66 4x400 M. Relay: 2nd Garrett Gransee, Sam Furth, Matt Moldan, Alex Johnson 3:40.73 800 M. Run: 3rd Garrett Gransee 2:08.3; 4th Matt Moldan 2:09.2 Triple Jump: 4th Matt Moldan 36 ft. 10.5 in. 1600 M. Run: 5th Mark Zimmerman 5:08.76. 3200 M. Run: 6th Mark Zimmerman 11:22.53 300 M. Hurdles: 7th Alex Johnson 47.79 Team Points: JCC 178; Windom 166; MLBO 105; Springfield]Comfrey 85; WWG-RRC 62; SWU 38; Cedar Mt. 37; Wabasso 22 By Coach LeBoutillier On Thursday, May 27, the WWG-RRC boys track team began the march to post-season possibilities. The Sub-Section 9 track and field meet was held in Windom with eight teams competing. The Chargers finished in 5th place. Five out of the nine who partici- pated will be advancing on to the Section 3A Meet to be held in Luverne on June 3 beginning at 2:00 P.M. Those athletes competing on Thursday are Mark Engen, Sam Furth, Garrett Gransee, Alex Johnson, and Matt Moldan. Coach LeBoutillier noted that the guys ran very well and are expecting great things at the next level in Luverne. Fans are welcome and very much appreciated! Invidivual results: High Jump: 1st Mark Hershev's Track and Field Program 2004 By: Coach Steve LeBoutillier The Hershey Youth Program has been a national event and now a North American event for the past 22 years. Initiated as a play- ground track and field pro- gram in 1975 in charleston, WV, Hershey's Track and Field Youth Program has become the largest youth sports program of its kind in North America. Students, ages 9 - 14, from WWG and RRC have an opportunity to compete in a Hershey Track and Field Meet on Saturday, June 19, in Pipestone, MN. Athletes will also have a chance to qualify for the Hershey State Meet to be held in Owatonna on July 10. Athletes will be able to compete in various running events ranging from the 50 meter dash to the 1600 meter run. The standing long jump and softball throw are the two field events offered. There is also a relay event for groups of four! There will be an entry fee to compete in the meet and each athlete will need to be able to prove their age with a birth certificate, bap- tismal certificate, school computer printout, student ID, or a notarized statement from a church or school. Practices will be held on the following dates and times: Monday, June 7 at Westbrook HS 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.* Monday, June 14 at Westbrook HS 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.* Thursday, June 17 at Westbrook HS 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.* *Parents are responsible to bring athletes to practices. Track Meet: Saturday, June 19 at Pipestone -- Bus leaves: Lamberton (high school gym doors) 7:40 a.m. Walnut Grove (front of school) 8:00 a.m. Westbrook (east gym door) 8:20 a.m. Registration begins at 9 AM and the meet will start' around 10 AM. It probably gets done around noon or 1 PM. Come to as many prac- tices as you can. Registration forms will be handed out. Events will be learned and discussed. Questions? Steve LeBoutillier 507-274-5167. Corner By Jan Lindaman The Doubler Family giving a Civil War Civil War demonstration at WWG Middle School If you heard gunfire in Walnut Grove on Thursday May 20 between 10 and 10:30 a.m., Dave Doubler of Walnut Grove. along with his brigade (family), demon- strated his Civil War artillery to the students of WWG - Walnut Grove site. Mr. Doubler explained the various weapons that he has collected. Joe Doubler and Austin Quade helped with the cannon fire demonstra- tion (minus a cannon ball). Anne and Bonnie Doubler also help with the demon- strations, making it a family affair. Mr. Doubler to the students the they were wearing and each of the items the carried were used had on display some food items the soldier carry in his knapsack. Also on display two tents that would been used during War, various monet: utensils and other items. Mr. Doubler Civil War throughout the will be at the Festival in July. i ? ANXIETY for golfers. ". Continuing on with out topic of : GPA -- Golf Performance Anxiety -- the condition when Austin Quade and Joe Doubler in uniform Call 2 bLminess you dig. your heart is racing, your blood prossure rising, your palms I clammy, etc., our second problem is POWER SHORTAGE. It iS FREE, it's smart, it's the law. Many of us golfers cannot hit it as far as we used to. Infact, we used to keep up with the pack but now find ourselves lag" !i f,., ging behind. It's discouraging and stressful -- GPA. ,  z' SOLUTION: "P/av to your strengths!" Don't dwell on NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS what youeannot do, hut work on what youcan dowell--your Dear subscriber; please check the due date  strengths. Maybe the answer is switching to more lofted your address label of your paper. In o fairway woods to help you regain some of that distance you avoid a lapse in your subscription, lost. Maybe the answer is working on chipping and putting please remit your renewal 651-454-0002 - Metro so that when you are around the green you can reduce the two weeks prior to the expiration date. number of shots you take. Or maybe the answer is accept- M800-252.1166 - Greater . "'"" ing bogeys instead of pars for a score. Just dent give up -- smile instead of complaining or feeling GPA. @@ (@ The la, dies had a te.bly cold day for their league play and @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ the men s wasn't much better. Here are the men's and ladles .... Westbrook Heal-hi Center ' league results: Rolling Hills Golf Club, Westbrook  D. Jorgenson.R. Jorgenson - 43-112; G. Youth Open will be doing Athlebc Physicals ( Lindaman-G. DeBates- 42-//2; M. Erickson-M. Faltinson - MONDAY. JUNE 14 5-7:30 p.m.  35E=d.v_. S. Kjorness4. Dibble- 43-1/2; P. Goetstouwers- "  B  J. Kuehl-D. Jensen-17-1/2 MONDAY, JUNE 7 - TUESDAY. JULy 13 5-7:30 p.m. R. Mischke-39; D. Vosberg-W. Beckman-37 Gaff Smith and Chris Johnson- 43 Parents are required to accompany ( child to physicals, unless prior arrange- ( TheLWyoUTHNet: G. SmithTouRNAMFJqTand C. Johnson-will be35held on Monday, - 9:00 a.m. ( ments have been made with clinic staff, ( June 7 at 9 AM. Encourage your children to participate -- call the course at 274-5166 to register. Details are in an ad (: Urine samples will be collected at the  in the "  paper. time of the physical. _2 NOTE: Seniors will be playing on Tuesdays at 9 AM for ( Please bring glasses if worn* @ the next few weeks. Senior play will resume on Mondays on June 14. Payment due the day of the ( Our workday on Monday, May 24, was well attended and r2 physical ONLY ,zouu""'.""  much work was accomplished. Special thanks goes to Dean = Knudsonl Frank Erickson, Ray Quade, Jr. Severson, Wills (Physicals will not be submitted to insurance @ Beckman; Craig Jans, Gene Lindaman, Steve Kjorness, Roger Haar, Lee Baleen, Mel Faltinson, and Dennis @ because of the already reduced rates.) @ Jutting, plus the RHCG staff for your effos and a job well- done. Thank you! @ Westbrook @ Another Ulcoming tournament to consider signing up for @ Health Center @ is the Healthcare Scramble which raises money for our health center. It's a 3- scramble and will be held on @ " 507-274-6121 @ teamFridaY'orJunecal125, at 3 PM. Call the golf course to sign up a NOON LUNCH - PRIZES ,,gliest Sponsored by Knakrnuh$ Ins. visit Our website: F  words: "Still your shoL" Keep , and have a good and Rolling Hills Goff Club @@@@@@@@@@@@ week. '"' You can re at Rolling Hills Golf Club, 507-274-5166 For boys & gifts ages 10-18; COS 7? AGE CATEGORIES 10-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 *If enough girls, we will have a girls division/