Newspaper Archive of
Sentinel Tribune
Westbrook, Minnesota
Lyft
July 14, 2004     Sentinel Tribune
PAGE 10     (10 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 10     (10 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 14, 2004
 

Newspaper Archive of Sentinel Tribune produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




SENTINEL TRIBUNE Sports By Jan Lindaman How many of you golfers are fearful of snakes when play- ing golf?. Did you ever realize that the snake can be your friend if you actually see one on the golf course? Let&apos;s say that you hit your ball into some brush or tall weeds. You spot the ball, but also see a snake in the same area. There's a rule that says you can have relief from a dangerous situation. Poison ivy doesn't qualify as a dangerous situation, but a snake does. If you did not see any snakes, you would not get free relief. You would have to declare the ball unplayable and take a one stroke penalty. I guess I'll have to view snakes in the future with a definite appreciation -- a stroke saver. Both of the early leagues have completed their first half of league play. Here are the results: Early #1; 1st D. Jorgenson-R. Jorgenson 121-1/2; 2nd G. Lindaman-G. DeBates 113-1/2 Early #2; 1st S. Kjorness-J. Dibble 113-1/2; 2nd P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke 104 The Intermediate League has 1 week left in their first half and the contest is quite close. The standings are as follows: Intermediate League: T. Wester-S. Severson 92-1/2: J. Schmidt-Hammer 90; W. Jensen-G. Schimbeno 76: J. Polk- Bill Tjentland 75 Last Tuesday was cold and rainy and no women golfed. Their results will be published next week. The men's Member-Guest Tournament will be held on Sat. and Sun., July 17 and 18. This is a different time of the year than in previous years so hopefully it will work better in your schedules. Sign up for a tee time for play on Saturday, July 17, at the clubhouse as soon as possible. We need more ladies out golfing on Tuesdays. So for Tuesday afternoons, ladies can purchase a Special Membership for $50, which allows them to golf 5 times as many rounds as they want for each time. Cart rental will be 1/2 price. See the ad in the paper. The Couples (1 man and 1 woman) Tournament will be held on Saturday, July 24. Shot-gun start at 9:30 a.m. Call the clubhouse with your registration. Men's Senior Open will be held the end of July on Monday, July 26. You have to be 55 years of age to play in this tour- nament and you have to have a handicap. More details later. Laugh for the week: "I've lost balls in every hazard and on every course I've tried, but when I lose a ball in the ball washer, it's time to take stock". Milton Gross Have a good week. All five place at Hershey state meet On Saturday, July 10, five athletes from the WWG/RRC summer track group competed at the state Hershey track and field meet. These people qualified for the state meet at district competition in Pipestone last month. The state meet was held in Owatonna. All five placed in the events in which they competed. Maddie Frank placed 2nd in the 50 meter dash with a time of 8.40 seconds: Walnut Grove Co-Ed Volleyball League Standings Next she took 3rd in the 400 meter dash with a time of 1:19.22. Finally Maddie placed 8th in the standing long jump with a leap of 5 ft. 6.25 in. Brian Bierl placed 4th in the softball throw with a toss of 105 ft. 6 in. Collin Nickel placed in a tie for 4th in the 200 meter dash. His time was 32.14 seconds. Forrest Asp placed 2nd in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:29.68. Jon LeBoutillier placed 3rd+ in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:56.51. All five competed in their respective age catago- ry. SPORT UTILITY As of 7-11-04: Hemp 0-4 Gusty's 1-3 Byers 5-1 Hoffman 4-2 Michelson 2-2 Nelson ' 2-3 Sell 6-0 Hansen 6-1 JC's 0-6 Theisen 4-2 Osland 3-2 Hewitt 0-3 West 2-4 Pacholl 0-6 Gramstad 4-3 Bakken 5-1 BETTER BOARD MEMBERS - mUCKS + E85 CABS SOLD HERE j. All games played have not been recorded. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers Long Sox start new streak One week after having their ten game winning streak snapped by the New Ulm Brewers the Lamberton Long Sox got back on the winning track. The Long Sox won three games last week to improve their season record to 16-4 (13-2 in Tomahawk East League play.) Lamberton 1 Hanska 0 The Sox traveled to Hanska Wednesday night and won a pitchers duel. Mike Samyn and Colby Pack had back to back bunt sin- gles to start the 8th inning. they advanced on a wild pitch and Tyson Kassel hit a long fly ball to left driving in Samyn for the game's only run. Jacob Jenniges tossed a complete game 2 hit shutout while striking 13 Hanska batters. Samyn and Isaac Jenniges had two hits each for Lamberton. Lamberton 7 Brandon Evansville 3 Friday night Lamberton traveled north and faced the Brandon Evansville Bulldogs. The Sox continued their winning ways by scor- ing in each of the first four innings and getting a 7-2 lead. The Bulldogs added one in the 7th but couldn't rally anymore. Adam Schumacher was the win- ning pitcher, he threw 7 strong innings and got nine strikeouts. Five Lamberton hitters had two hits. as the Sox collected 13 as a team. Josh Kottke had 3 RBI's. Lamberton 11 Stark 7 The Long Sox played host to the Stark Longhorns on Sunday afternoon. For the ninth time of the season Lamberton pounded out more than ten hits. Four Sox would get two hits and Colby Pack smashed a bases loaded double in the 6th to put the game out of reach. Casey Pack was the winning pitcher, he tossed 6 shutout innings striking out 4. The Long Sox have shuf- fled the schedule a bit for the last two weeks of the regular season. Here is what remains of the regular season. Wednesdas: July" 14 at St. James, 8 p.m. Saturday. July 17 at Essig, 3 p.m. Sunday, July 18 vs Hanska, 3 p.m. Sunday. July 18 at Redwood Falls, 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 20 vs Leavenworth, 8 p.m. Sunday. July 25 at Marshall, 7:30 p.m. Post Season Softball Awards Seniors Julia Grams. Missa Altermatt and Blair Meyer were named to the MN All-State Academic Softball Team. Catcher Jenn Olsem and Pitcher Mel Schmidt were named to the Marshall Independent All -Area Softball Team. Shortstop Julia Grams was selected as a member of the 3A All-Section Softball Team and the New Ulm Journal All Area Team. Find us on the Web at www.lyon-siouxpress.com 03 L LTO Leather, maroon, 19#n . .*',(100 03  Cha 24,m .............. 15,800 03  Bronze. ,m ............. *l$,g00 01 Padz A We, 40,m ........... ' oo L,,S, II t.t bnxemisl, O6,m ......... 00  uaom Blue, 70,m ......... "0,600 00PzAwllLLbronzemkC78,m . .PI1,100 00 Llob LL brore mist 31 jn ......... 10S00 00 I.okb GrNn, 69 .................. JkSK 97 Libm Wh, 134,rn ................. 00 IJs, bm Maroon, 79,m ................ 94 lIt +kwme Sandbe0e, 118,rn ......... '3,9M 04+    140,m ............. 'S,100 I  Ltd. , 19.rn .............. +4,$00 03 CTI Spod Lmomy W,le, 15,m ........ J1,0 97 De We , 11m ................ s4,00G 95  Te, 127,m .................... '2.,9115 g4   White, 134,m .............. '5,t500 04 Ood01 Im4lId eId, 18,m ........... '14,050 o4 oode. ktm ,,ray, 2s,m ............ '+4,,*+o 04  Gm, +m ................. 4,000 02 Srk  Ce mt', 4,5,m ....... '1,I00 02 Prowlw ConverB:x, yMtow, 3,m ....... ,$00 ol wr c;ru*mr Muoo, 3,m ............. '11,00o 000',m,m P,e f),m ..................... "&'to0 I Olmm sm,,m,, I ,.,m .................. 041  Lt. b3,wlzi. 2,m ............ "11,9116 02  Pdx P Tm LUler. fak .. PI900 02  M0o 45,m ............. '14,100 02   Ok. tropic t, 33,m ........ '10,O00 01 lm I T 2.. bc 17n ....... "1,3.600 01  Whe, 63,m ............... '+12.,600 00 Bommle E Green, 7,m ............ 1,100 00 rmd  C.,nm, 85,m ................ 00   97,m ............... "6,100 00 Grand PHz Tm 134,m ................. Sk4  m lr VWe, 5n ............. O4 Impala ,Sr, 29,m .................. '15,000 03 Im0la U I.Nb"w, It sandstone, 25,m . .'17.,e00 03 Mi C-ok 15,m .................. "11,1100 02 Mom, Cado Red, 32,m .............. '13,t00 00 Mai S,Iver, 150,m .................. "3,505 C.o1ta  174,nt ................. 01  Eli San:),ge, 37,r'n ........... "I100 90 Sale Wtvte, 162,m .................... 03  Re 31 .................... '12,100 00 Aurora Be+g+,   .................. 40  O'ldo 00 Roya Beige, m ............ N Okle U I t.t mtom, eS,m ..... 00  ,, .m ............... "SILO0 91 O.1= Ckn M'mm, Z0rmm .......... '1,000 Wednesday. July 14. 2004 Pa // aulm bhka $&-s "Hello, Dolly" being performed in R The Redwood Area Theatre (R.A.T.) and Redwood :M'ea Community Education proudly presem their 10th anniversary pro- duction of "Hello, Dolh'" on two separate weekends. The dates of the shows are Thursday, July 29, Friday July 30. Thursday August 5. and Friday August 6 with the curtain opening at 7:30 pm. There will be a matinee on Saturday August 7 with the opening curtain at 2:30 pro. The performances will be at the Estebo Performing Arts Center, located within the Redwood Valley High School. Tickets are available at the Redwood Area School District office from Monday to Friday from 7:30 - 4:00. All shows have reserved seating. To purchase tickets please call (507) 644-8062. Messages after hours may be left with Tummy Garrison. "Hello, Dolly" takes place at the turn of the cen- tury in Yonkers and New York City. Mrs. Levi (Sally Myrom) is a wheeler-dealer of a matchmaker who admits that she's tired and marry for money. Vand'ergelder Guetter). Yon er's cessful merchant. object of her she doesn't let him until he comes to New and ing a younger woman, ! Money (Amanda .Meanwhile. Vander two clerks. Cornelius (Brad Nestegard) Barnabv Tucker Draeger/Daniel Modlan)i come to New York. they meet and fall with milliner Irene (Gaff Bielen) and her tant Minnie Fay Nelson! and lead believe they have When the women they don't the story reaily interesting'. Please, join us o train that takes Dolly everyone else from to New York City for show tunes of "Put on Sunday Clothes." Parade Passes By." course. "Hello. Dolly.'" DIABETES+? Type 2 Diabetes Study %e are looking for Male or Female icpants. 21 to 75  ears old who are not tR+e and have normal digestion and absorption. Participation is 12 week, requiring four x >its tt, the Reearch Center in Chanha_s.n. Your participation  ill help evaluate the safety and effecti enes, of an inx e,tiga- tional dietar) supplement designed to control blood gluco,,c levels. Pamcipants receive ca.,+h compensation for cumpleting all ,tud) visits. BASEMENT RACKED OR BOW WET BASEMENTS! * Wall Anchor Systems -Footing Repair AMEI00ICA00j Waterproofing Systems Designed For Your WATERWORKS Specific Needs *BASEMENT SYSTEMS* FREE ESTIMATES WRITTEN LIFETIME WARRANTY 1-800-795-1204 www.american-waterworks.com Email:amwaterworks  04 CIw 11ralblmw Ul ay, 14+.'n ....... 03 Ch/Tralblazer EXT Samdam<xt 21 ,m '2600 01  ulm4n Red, ,m ........... '23, 01 , 0 ClwokN , :,m ....... "20,100 00 Fo ldom' Spo+l 2-dr., bl: 56,m . .11,100 O0 Clmy Taho* LS Mam<:x',+, ,m ........ +2,000 00 Chevy Tahoe Gray. +01,m ............. '13,00 000od Our I, 67,m ........ "12,$00 000I4C Jmm, Btack, ,m ............. "/,100 00 QIw Sulln LIi IkRimm, 112,m .... '11,600 00 FoN It=l=iOm" Mum<m,  .m ........... 'S, lO0 05  KlrO  CI Pewter. 16.m ...'25,10 03 CI K1000 EXt. C Bk. 9,m ..... '211,900 05 CW S.IO Czrw Cb Red, 28 ...... '19,600 0  K1000   Pewter. 16.m r . 03  K1600 EXt" Cab ReC 17,m ..... '25,500 02  K15 FJt. Cab Red, 27,m ..... "25,100 o ckw zlmd Bac 45,m ......... '25,6oo Where No One Walks Away!] i Mdissa Behrem L  D*ag ?ukna Jcmne kime.  Fu.ce Maner O (W K t 500 Crew C. Pewler, 39n ..' 02 Ctm 02 Ct CS Reg. 02 Chew K1500 ExL Gab Back/s. 02 Chev,/A Ba<. 4.m  ....... 02 C K1500 ExL Cab Gray, 52.m .... 01Ch, KIOO Ext. C Maroon, 3.m, .. 01 o<r W150 ExL Cm WI, 45J .... 01Clqty KI,O0 IF.xt. P..I W1te, 43.m ... 01 (2aey KlSO0 Ext. Cb Red, 52.m .... 01Dodg  Ck Beown+ TI 01 Dodge DI$O0 EL Cab , 37,m .... 01 De W1000 Ram Oud Moo 275n 00 Che KlSOO Ib Cab Pewter, 5m O0 Chew K 1SO0 F.. C, ab ck, 64,m 00 Dodge Wl 1Cb Bue, 71  gg (zeq K1500 Ext.  Pewter. 34 00 (;bevy K1500 Ext. C4b Whe, 9Q.m .. 000MC Sor, oma W'm ,l,m ......... g ;qmy $-10 Ext. Cab Reci, 42.m 98 CIw I0  m ... 97 'W C1. Idaoon+ 87m. g7 Chew KI$00 ExL Cab Tan, 113. .. 97 Doe Ram 1500 Eue/,e, 53,m ....... ; 02 Fol W'mdstar SEI. Barn+ +6.m ..... 97 Fo Vndm" Gee+ 9,m ........ s Pmt voyag w'PP+e/m,y+ '+ a,m 93 <le Gr. Carlw Bke. 142,m ........ , 92 I  RI. 158.m ......... 4,m. usse Scott Preusse Hw2. 19 & 71 E. Redwood Falls 507-637-2991 or 1-800-658-23! --s+--.4eolllli*eu*4c.eOili 41)i.("li*+e +, ne.lmhlilel.flel