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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Colf Corner By Jan Lindaman Last Saturday was the Couples Tournament at Rolling Hills. It was the most beautiful day of the summer - no wind and nice, warm temperatures. We were playing Hole #3 when a shout went up from #5 fairway - Ricky Byers had just holed a shot from partway up the hill. We weren't sure if it was an eagle or not. Gene went over to talk to him on #6 fairway while we were waiting to hit on #5, congratulating him for an eagle. He said, "No, that was just a birdie!" With the biggest grin on his face, he went on, "But I did just get a hole-in-one on #3." We thought he was teas- ing, but soon realized he was serious - on his first shot of the tournament, using his 7-iron he aced Hole #3. It's his first hole-in-one and one that he will always remember! It didn't take long for the word to spread and there was a buzz in the clubhouse that highlighted the day. Again, congratulations, Ricky. Men's League Results: Early #1- G. Lindaman-G. DeBates 26; Jr. Severson-P. Fishel 23; D. Jorgenson-R. Jorgenson 22-1/2. Early #2-P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke 28; V. Schreier-R. Surprenant 25; A. Teichroew-T.Miesen 23. Intermediate League - T. Wester-S. Severson 13; W. Sports Jorgenson-Sorenson win Member-Guest Tournament Thirty-seven teams played in the Annual Member-Guest Tournament July 17-18. A member of Rolling Hills invites a guest to play with him and its their combined score not individual score that is used in competition. Again the system that gives points for eagles, birdies and pars was used and not actual score. A team can have a bad hole and it doesn't hurt them unless they have numerous bad holes. After 2 days of competition, Dave Jorgenson of Jeffers and Gary Sorenson of Storden were the winners. Congratulations to them and to all the flight winners. Championship Flight - 1st, Dave JorgensorgGary Sorenson +45; 2nd, Dwayne Eichner/Scott Eichner +39; 3rd, Paul Fishel/Jeff Erickson +27. President's Flight 1st, C. John Amundson/Ray Gorder +28: 2nd, Mel Faltinson/Don Horning +20; 3rd, Perry Zieske/Don Abild +19. 1st. Flight - 1st, Corey Fishel/Brian Walker +51; 2nd, Willis Beckman/Lance Beckman +35; 3rd, Gary De Bates/Don Stanek +34. 2nd Flight- 1st, Roger Haar/Andy Haar +43; 2nd, Wayne Jensen/Doug Jensen +38; 3rd, Tim Wester/Ben Wester +25. 3rd Flight - 1st, Bruce Jorgenson/Levi Sanders +22; 2nd, Hammer/Jim Starner +18: 3rd. Eric Grams/Scott Radloft + 17. Jensen-G. Schimbeno 11-1/2; B. Jorgenson-L. Woelber 11-1/2. Women's League Results: 2-Lady - J. Knudson-C. Quade 24-1/2; A. Schreier-D. Cohrs 18. EVENTS: Parent-Relative-Child Tournament will be held on Saturday, August 7, with a shotgun start in the morning. Parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, sign up with your kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews - what a neat way to make memories. Call 274-5166 now. The Ladies Cancer Tourney will be-held on Tuesday, August 10. This tournament is full, except for in the morn- ing. We will have 2 shifts - one at 10 a.m. and one at 2 p.m. This is the highlight of the year for area women as we work together to raise money for breast cancer research. The Ladies Over 50 Tournament will be held on Thursday, August 19. If you are over 50 and would like to play, give the golf course a call. The Ladies Club Tournament will be Tuesday, August 24. Finally, on Saturday, August 28, the 3-Person Scramble Tournament will be held. Get a team together and sign up for a fun day. Thought for the week: "Never let one bad shot disrupt your rhythm or concentration." Sam Snead. Keep smiling and have a good week. Erickson-Fishel win Couples Tournament at Rolling Hills them and to all flight win- ners. Championship Flight: 1st -- Jeff Ericksonframmy Fishel - 70 2nd -- Gene and Jan Lindaman - 74 3rd -- Steve and Michelle Agrimson - 76 1st Flight: 1st -- Dwayne and Denise Eichner - 79 2nd -- Harlan Eddy and Lola B. - 82 3rd -- Ken and Claudia Cravens 2nd Flight: 1st -- Vern and Donna Carlson - 82 2nd -- Jacob Jenniges and Sophie Hansen - 83 3rd- Dean and Judy Knudson - 88 3rd Flight: 1st -- Alan and Mary Reiger - 91 2nd -- Don and Jan Vosberg - 91 3rd -- Jim Schneider and Jasmine Madson - 93 Twenty-seven couples played in the Annual Couples Tournament last Saturday, July 24. It was a gorgeous summer day with little or no breeze - very unlikely for southwest Minnesota. The format was changed a little bit from last year as the first round was best shot or a scramble and the second round was alter- nate shot instead of 2 rounds of alternate shot. Many of the flights were quite close and ties had to be decided by handicap holes. Tammy Fishel played with her cousin, Jeff Erickson, this year as Paul was recovering from surgery. They shot a 2 under par 70 to walk away with the honors. Congratulations goes to I racy Sat.. July Wednesday, July 28, 2004 Pag Area VFW team finishes thil The area VFW team which is based out of Westbrook (players from WWG, RRC, and Wabasso). came 1 game short of a berth in the District Tournament. The team began the playoffs with a 6-5 loss to Tracy last Monday night. Jake Wahl was 3-4 at the plate and was the tough-luck losing pitch- er. On Thursday the VFW handed Granite Falls a sea- son ending 8-3 defeat. Joe Rohlik had 2 hits. Logan Swenson was the winning pitcher. Next on the list was Sacred Heart Saturday afternoon. Westbrook took an early 3-0 lead and added 2 more in the 5th on ?mdy Rohlik's single. Final score was 5-3. Dean Rohlik was the winning pitcher, tossing the first 4, Dan Riley fin- ished the game for the save. Alex Scarset was 2-4 at the plate. The boys were back at it in Sacred Heart on Sunday afternoon against Tracy. This one was all Westbrook from the get go. Westbrook scored 4 in the 2nd and 6 in the 3rd to take a 10-0 lead. Logan Swenson was again the winning pitcher. Westbrook used 14 walks or hit by pitches and 8 hits to win 12-5. Every player reached base at least twice. In what would be the final of the tourney and the season Westbrook gave Olivia all they could handle but came up just short, los- ing the game 6-5. Christopher Eichten was the starting pitcher and tossed 5.2 great innings. Dan Riley was the losing relief. Dean Rohlik with 2 RBIs. not go down without a with the game tied going into the 7th. Rohlik hit a 3-2 left field scoring Joe with the go ahead Olivia would answer hits in the bottom inning to get 2 runs game. This players improved over the course of and finished with record. Youth Wrestl Camp Aug. 1 RRC/WWG Wrestling Camp will at the RRC High Lamberton on August 13 from 6 - 8 Saturday: August 14 a.m. - 3 p.m. On there will be swimming I 3- 5 p.m. and then be a picnic followin.g swimming. Everyone come. We would like body to sign July 31 if possible. up call Robyn 752-7918. O O O O O O O 0"0 O O O O O :Crazy Day Special- Sat., July PEANUT BUSTER $1. PARFAIT toads I bareains and activities lr everene . 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