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SENTINEL TRIBUNE By Jan Lindaman r ANXIETY for golfers?? Continuing on with our topic of GPA--Golf Performance Anxiety--the condition when your heart is racing, your blood pressure rising, your palms clammy, etc.; Our fourth problem is THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL. This is a problem that results after you've been playing consistently in a certain range and all at once you have three or more bad shots in a row on several holes and can't seem to get your game back on track. Soon it seems like all your shots are bad ones. At this point you feel an emotional downhill spi- ral. The spiral leads to frus- tration, anger or feelings of 'I hate this game'. Those feel- ings lead to more bad shots. What can you do? SOLUTION: "Accentuate the Positive!" Take time to clear your thoughts and even do some rhythmic breathing. Instead of reacting in anger to a negative situation--in this case, a few bad shots- focus on something that you appreciate: your dog, your child or grandchild, whatev- er fills you with joy. Then ask yourself, "What's the best way to respond to this situation?" (Medical profes- sionals use this same idea called HeartMath to help people having stress disor- ders.) Once your head is clear, you can focus on the next shot and be sure you envision it as a good one. Go through your pre-shot rou- tine and expect a good result. In a nutshell, chang- ing your frame of mind can stop you from the downward spiral. Rainy weather--we're all tired of it and would like to do some serious golfing. This past week we had some brave ladies and men who battled the weather and still got their league rounds in. Not everyone did, but here are the results of the com- pleted matches thus far: Early # 1 G. DeBates-G. Lindaman - 68 1/2 D. Jorgenson-R. Jorgenson - 58 M. Erickson-M. Faltinson - 56 1/2 Early # 2 S. Kjorness-J. Dibble - 65 P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke - 62 1/2 Intermediate League T. Wester-S. Severson - 39 1/2 J. Schmidt-Hammer - 38 1/2 D. Barker-D. Elsing - 37 W. Jensen-G. Schimbeno - 35 Ladies 2-Lady G. Smith-& Wolf- 36 G. DeVries-J. Lindaman - 34 J. Kuehl-D. Jensen - 30 Ladies Low Gross: Tammy Fishel-37 Ladies Low Net: Gail Smith, Tammy Fishel, Alice Schreier - 33 Upcoming tournament to consider signing up for is the Healthcare Scramble which raises money for our Westbrook Health Center. It's a 3-person scramble and will be held on Friday, June 25, at 3 PM. Call the golf course to sign up a team or call Lee Mischke. Thought for you to ponder this next week: "Golf is an unmasterable game. That knowledge is the key to being a master." Thomas Boswell Keep smiling and have a good week! Four boys make Track and Field Academic All-state Four boys track and field members on the WWG-RRC track team have made the Track&Field Academic All. State Team for 2004. To make the team, the athletes must be all-conference per; formers and have a mini- mum of 3.60 for a grade point average. Mark Engen, Garrett Gransee, Alex Johnson, and Matt Moldan achieved the criteria for the honor. Engen was all-conference in the high jump, Gransee and Moldan were all-conference runners in the 4x800 relay, the 800 meter run, and the 4x400 relay, and Johnson was all-conference in the 4x800 and 4x400 relays. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-41 O- 1859 FOR ANNUITIES and INSI (800) 794. J.G. Wentworth for CREDIT PROBLEMS? NO PROBLEM. 800-990-4699 Sports Jon Weedman wins 2-Bar Tournament at Rolling Hills One-hundred golfers from the surrounding areas and as far away as Albert Lea or even the Twin Cities spent a gorgeous weekend out at Rolling Hills compet- ing in the 2-Bar Tournament that was held at Saturday and Sunday, June 12 and 13. Even though a mist, that lasted only minutes, fell on Sunday. it did not dampen the spirits of the golfers. This was the first year that some women competed with the men. They played off themen's tees and shot very well. Keelan Bakken won her flight and Sue Chapman finished third in her flight. After some hard-fought bat- tles in the Championship Flight, Jon Weedman from Minneapolis won the tourna- ment with a 74 on Saturday and 69 on Sunday or a 1 under par 143 for the week- end. Congratulations to Jon and all the winners from the various flights. Following are the results: Championship Flight - 1st, J. Weedman, 74-69- 143; 2nd, G. Weedman, 75- 70-145; 3rd tie, S. Rasmussen, 76-71-147; 3rd tie, D. Nelson, 72-75-147; 5th, G. Lindaman, 75-74- 149. President's Flight 1st, L. Larson, 78-78-156; 2nd, M. Dorman, 80-78-158: B. Kocak, 78-82-160. 1st Flight 1st, M. Elmer, 81-75-156; 2nd, C.J. Amundson, 81-82-156; 3rd, S. Huebert, 85-85-170. 2nd Flight 1st, J. Meyer, 88-84-175; 2nd, S. Mutz, 86-88-174; 3rd. L. Seeger. 88-89-175; 3rd, J. Martinson, 85-90-175. Wednesday, June 16, 2004 Page Long Sox win fourth 3rd Flight- 1st, C. _qtraiaht Jans, 88-87-175; 2nd, B. Meyer, 90-88-178: 3rd, T. Sorenson, 89-90-170. 4th Flight - 1st, D. Elsing. 91-86-177: 2nd, M. Krueger. 91-94-185: 3rd. J. Aase. 91-96-187. 5th Flight - 1st. S. Mosley, 93-85-178: 2nd, R. Weber, 93-87-180; 3rd, L. Sanders. 92-93-185. 6th Flight 1st. P. Schoper, 95-94-189; 2nd, J. Seeger. 95-94-189: 3rd. C. Determan, 95-95-190. 7th Flight - 1st, J. Lorenz, 97-95-192: 2nd, F. Fosheim. 98-95-193: 3rd, J. Earl. 91-103-200. 8th Flight 1st, K. Bakken. 101-92-193: 2nd, J. Altermatt, 104-96-200; 3rd, T. Klein, 101-100-201. 9th Flight - 1st. R. Fay. 116-101-217: 2nd, T. Herding, 113-105-218; 3rd. S. Chapman, 111-109-220. 10th Flight - 1st, M. Schoper, 121-96-217; B. Stykel, 117-115-232; 3rd. T. Anderson. 116-120-236. WWG Boys Basketball camp The-WWG Boys basket- ball camp will be held next week Monday. June 21 - Friday, June 25. All WWG boys basketball players are invited to attend. Boys going into grades 7-8 in 2004 - 05 will play from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Boys that will be attending grades 4-6 this fall will play from 10:30 - 12:00. Boys that will be in grades 9- 12 this fall will play from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. The Lamberton Long Sox improved their season record to 7- 3, 6-1 in Tomahawk East play, with a pair of league victories this past weekend. Lamberton 8 Searles 2 On Saturday Lamberton traveled to Searles for an afternoon contest. The Sox got 3 runs on 5 hits in the first inning and never looked back behind a solid pitching performance from Jon Hansen. He went seven innings, striking out 8 and allowed just one unearned run. Five Lamberton players had 2 hits and the team col- lected 13 in the game. Josh Kottke hit a solo home run. Lamberton 4 Sleepy Eye 2 Sunday night the Long Sox traveled to Sleepy Eye and gained their fourth con- secutive win with a solid 4-2 victory. Again the Sox would strike first as Colby Pack hit a solo home run in the first inning. They would add one in the 3rd, 7th and 8th. While Sleepy Eye struggled to have good at bats versus Lamberton pitcher Jacob Jenniges. Jenniges tossed a complete game, striking out six. Colby Pack was 3-4 and Mike Samgn was 2-5. The Long Sox travels to Hadley Saturday for an exhibition starting at 3:00; Sunday they will be at Essig 5:00 p.m.; Monday at Windom at 8:00 p.m. Walnut Grove Ed Volleyball League 6-7-04 Hemp Gusty's Byers Hoffman - Michelson Nelson Sell Hansen JC's Theisen Osland Hewitt West Pacholl Gramstad Bakken 6-13-04 Hemp Gusty's Byers Hoffman Michelson Nelson Sell Hansen JC's Theisen Osland Hewitt West Pacholl Gramstad Bakken All games not been recorded. Auto & Re Wheel Glass In We have one of the west's most modern shops, with se booth- all Sales & Westbrook, I. 507- 274-6165 NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF State of lVlJuneso JmL Joksm Cout, t of Cottomwood Ce41mtt 7 AuditOr to= A/.JU S wl'rH A I.,EGA]U, IN'rERIRST 1N T[E pAR([. 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Bght (a), Seven t", Six (6) and Rye  tome pok,,t  be 24.828.0340 Lot Bevm (11), mock  Two C32), WUx -rrd .,.kmm, Or of,u Amour ] 47.30 6,12990 810.49" 3.0;It13 FAILURE TO REDEEM THE LANDS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION WILL RilL '  THE LOSS OF T]E[g LAND AND FORFEITURE TO THE SATE OF MINNESOTA. Inquiries about the, delinquent tax proceedings described above can be made to the Cottonwood County Auditor at d, dress lime.A below. Witnes my hand and official seal this 9th day of June, 2004 Cmaty Cemrehemm m 'Avesue Wdom, MN SZOZ Tdephom (S0?) 831-1342