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SENTINEL TRIBUNE AREA Focus Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Page 8 Herding and Madson at State Golf Herding places 7th By Carter Ross, coach Abby' Herding and Dana Madson participated in the 2013 State Class A golf tour- nament last week in Becker, MN. The week began with a practice round on Monday to become familiar with the beautiful Becker golf course. Later that evening all state golfers, families, and coaches gathered at the St. Cloud Holiday Inn for the class A banquet. At the banquet, Abby and Dana were intro- duced as state qualifiers that represent section 3A. WWG golfers also earned other awards at the banquet. Taylor Lindaman, Abby, and Dana each earned all State honors for their great play during the season. Taylor and Dana also eamed an All State academic award that goes to seniors who have a GPA of 3.7 or higher and play in the sub- section round of the tourna- ment. On Tuesday the tourna- ment began for Dana at 9 a.m. He shot a 44 on the front 9 leaving some work to be done on the back. Like he has done all year, Dana reached deep. He played very well on the back to shoot a solid 38 for a total of 82. The second day brought an early start for Dana as the teams went off last. Dana shot a very good 40 on the front. The back nine began with a mist and by hole 2 in turned into a down pour. The hard rain continued for all most 2 hrs. The conditions were the worst I have ever been in for golf. Dana fin- ished the tournament as the rain stopped. He shot an 89 for a two day total of 171 and put him in 35th place. Dana Sentinel Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug, Maynards Grocery, ExpressWay Shady Drive Inn finished his wonderful career at the state tournament, a place most dream of going. Dana is a 3 time state quali- fier, 2 time all state player, conference, sub-section, sec- tion champion, and more importantly a class act. Dana has meant a lot to the WWG golf program and will be missed greatly. Abby began her state tour- nament experience on Tuesday on the Red course. On the first hole Abby found the water in route to a Triple bogey. Abby did not let that affect her as she regrouped and finished the 9 with a 45. The back nine was highlight- ed with birdies on number 5 and 6. The one on six was set up with a tee shot on a par 3 that was 2 feet away. Abby finished the round with an 86, her best score in tournament play. Her finish left her in a tie for 5th place after day 1. Day two started as the rain quit and the sun came out. Abby came out of the gates firing on all cylinders. She began her round with 5 straight pars. She played the last four rounds 4 over par and finished with a solid 40. It was one of the best rounds I have seen played. If a cou- ple of close putts fall, she could have been in at 38. On the back 9, Abby shot a 50 for a total of 90 on Day 2. Her score for the 2 days was 176 which was 24 strokes better than in 2012. Now it was time to watch the score board. After all the teams finished Abby found her self in a Tie for 7th place over all! At the awards ceremony, Abby was presented with the seventh place medal. This is the best finish of any WWG golfer in my tenor at WWG. This is awesome considering Abby has 3 more years of golf left. Abby had a wonderful season and has a bright future in WWG golf. Both Abby and Dana rep- resented our school, our com- munities, and their families with the respect and all should be proud. Dana Madson and Abby Herding at State Golf Tournament. Submitted photo Dana Madson, Abby Herding, and Taylor Lindaman each earned All State honors for their great play during the season. Taylor and Dana also earned an All State academic. Submitted photo ADY. 00oREADY ROLL! 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S19,900 '03 74C NH 30'. .................................................. S17,500 '98 973 NH 25'. ..................................................... 51,750 '02 800 GLEANER 30'WICRABY AIR ................. 517,900 '99 800 GLEANER 25'. ......................................... $12,500 My Way Back Home Pioneer Public Television is proud to premiere a brand new series, My Way Back Home, with two episodes on Thursday, June 27 with Caroline Smith at 8:00 p.m. and Holly Hansen at 8:30 p.m. My Way Back Home is a new series about the personal stories of local musicians. First, hear the soulful voice of Caroline Smith from Detroit Lakes and join the singer/ songwriter as she takes a nos- talgic journey through her hometown. Then, follow Holly Hansen on a musical voyage as she revisits rural Minnesota and draws inspira- tion from her childhood memories in the Litchfield area. Watch these engaging and candid documentaries to get a more personal glimpse of Minnesota musicians. The music documentaries were produced and directed by Dana Johnson, with Dan Huiting serving as the direc- tor of photography. If you're a fan of local music, you'll defmitely want to set aside an hour for Pioneer's brand new music series. These two new episodes of My Way Back Home will air on Thursday, June 27 at 8:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. with rebroadcasts on Sunday, June 30 at 3:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Pioneer. The local produc- tions are made possible by funding provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Volleyball Ca00t: WWG Chargers high school volleyball team hosted their annual Chargers Elementary Volleyball Camp on May 28-30. There were 37 WWG campers in attendance between students entering Kindergarten-6th Grade next fall. Players learned basic volleyball skills including passing, setting, hitting and game play. Submitted photo Gatf Corner By Digger Phelps The weather straightened out just long enough for us to get in the Couples Toumament, although it was shortened to only 9 holes as the rains came mid-day on Saturday. Winners of the Championship were Jennifer Anderson and Dana Madson. Jr. Severson and Chelsey Jurrens captured second place while Derek Eichner and Michelle Parker placed third. The 1st Flight was won by Todd Severson and Julie Jurrens, while Steve and Nieole Elzenga placed sec- ond and Rod and Nancy Boeck placed third. The men's leagues contin- ue to fight showers during their normally scheduled matches, and the word of the day on Wednesday is usually "make-up". We're hoping for some better weather as we approach the end of June. Standings for both men's and ladies' teams who are current is as follows: Men's Early 1 - Lindaman/ DeBates 69; Comnick/ Phelps 64 Men's Early 2 - Teichrow/ Erickson 63 1/2; Keithahn/ Meyer 62 Men's Intermediate is largely incomplete Ladies' - 2 Lady - Jean Anderson and Lairidee Herding 32 1/2; Mardella Bison and Jan Lindaman 31 1/2 Five Lady League is incomplete With the weather improv- ing and the grass gradually filling in, be sure to be cau- tious of wet spots and also those that are especially vul- nerable around greens. In general, try to stay off fair- ways with carts as much as possible, and keep carts a minimum of fifty feet from greens: This enables grass to grow in areas from which players need to play, and keeps the dirt from getting compacted near the greens. In general, the course is actually quite good, and our greens are especially good, given the spring we've just experi- enced. A few of us traveled to New Ulm to play last week, and encountered greens which were painted green just to cover the bare spots of dirt and mud. Once you encoun- ter some of these other situa- tions, it makes you appreciate just how well our course is maintained!! The next event to be held at Rolling Hills will be the Heritage Health Care Foundation scramble to be held on Friday afternoon, June 28. This is a three per- son scramble format, and this year's event will begin with a meal at noon. This will allow teams a chance to get finished early for any other events in conjunction 'with "Fun Days". Contact Katie Steen at the city office, or call any other board member for more information about this fun event. This is a great way to support a very worthwhile cause and join in a fun week- end. Quote of the week:"We create success or failure on the course primarily by our thoughts." . ...... Gary Player Keep your head down and we'll see you on the course!! WWG High School Large furniture & equipment sale Saturday, June 29 9 am-noon Located in the bus garage at the school in Westbrook. 212654