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,A SENTINEL TRIBUNE Sports Wednesday, August 11, 2004 Page 1{ Gotf Corner By Jan Lindaman Golf rules have always interested me and one question ran across does so particularly. Question: "Is it true that when you're under a tree or other shrubbery, if so much as a leaf falls as a result of your practice swing, you receive a one- stroke penalty?" Under Rule 13-2/22, you incur a two-stroke penalty for improving your area of intended swing when tak- ing a practice swing. However, each circumstance is differ- ent. In some scenarios, knocking down a number of leaves couldn't improve the area of intended swing, so no penalty is incurred. In other instances, removing just one large leaf might actually improve the area of intended swing, resulting in a breach of the rules. It does mention in the absence of officials this is decided by you and your competitors. So make sure you're not improving your swing, like chopping down tall grass so it won't grab your club or removing leaves or twigs so you have a better swing -- in other words, LEAF IT ALONE! The contests in men's league are quite close. Here are the results after last week's play: Early #1 D. Jorgenson-R. Jorgenson 48; Jr: Severson-P Fishel 47; G. Lindaman-G. DeBates 44; R. Haar- S. Olson 43-1/2 Early #2 D. Vosberg-W. Beckman 54-1/2; P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke 52-1/2; A. Teichroew-T. Miesen 50; S. Kjorness-J. Dibble 46-1/2 Intermediate Leagme: D. Barker-D. Elsing 40; H. Lamb-P. Zieske 35-1/2; T. Wester-S. Severson 35; B. Jorgenson-L. Woeiber 33-1/2 It rained all day Tuesday so no ladies matches were com- pleted. The final week of league play will have to be made up before the 17th so that we can have the playoffs on that day. Here are the present Ladies League results: 2A,a00 J. Jorgenson-S. Chapman 32-1/2; J. Knudson-C. Quade 32, G. DeVries-J. Lindaman 31-1/2; J. Kuehl-D. Jensen 31 UPCOMING EVENTS: 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.We will tee off at 10 AM, stop at noon for a lunch, and then play another round after lunch. Ladies League Playoffs will be on Tuesday, August 17th and the Ladies Club Tournament will be Tuesday, August 24th. No charge for the tournament and the meal is free. Closest t) the Pin on #3 will win a 3 day 2 night vacation of your choice of the 10 possible places. What a deal! On Saturday, August 28, the 3-Person Scramble Tournament will be held. Get a team together and sign up for a fun day. Closest to Pin #3 and Pin #7 will have a chance to win a vacation for 2 for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 different locations. Call now and sign up! Lindaman-O-Brien win Parent- Relative-Child Tourney Twenty-eight teams par- ticipated in the annual Parent-Relative-Child Tourney held on Saturday, August 7. The rain earlier in the morning did not dampen anyone's desire to play, but the sun was welcome warmth later in the morn- ing. The flights were decided by what each team shot in their first round. The team of Gene Lindaman, Westbrook, and his son-in- law, Tom O'Brien, Chanhassen, shot a com- bined 80 in their first round and came back with a 76 their second round and won first place honors. Congratulations go to them and to all the flight winners. Championship Flight 1st, Gene Lindamanflbm O'Brien 156; 2nd, Willis/Lance Beckman 165; 3rd, Dwayne/Derek Eichner 168. 1st Flight 1st, Colby/Wylie Post 171; 2nd, Bret/Taylor Lindaman 179; 3rd, Lloyd/Patrick Schweim 188. 2nd Flight - 1st, Tammy Fishel/Dennis Erickson 188; 2nd, Kent/Kirk McBreen 188; 3rd, Lee BakkerdAustin Quade 196. 3rd Flight - 1st, BriargCory Pelzel 202; 2nd, Shirley Wolf/Stephanie Wright; 3rd, Dennis/Rick Johnson Men's Senior Tournament held Sixty nine golfers over the age of 55 turned out for the annual senior tourna- ment at Rolling Hills on Monday, July 26. The play- ers are flighted by their age. The person who shoots the low scratch round is the win- ner of their flight while everyone else deducts their handicap from their score and 2nd and 3rd places are determined in that fashion. Congratulations goes to all the winners in each flight for some great shooting. 1st Mark Elmer, Lakefield 74; 2nd Harvey Carroll, Fulda 66.4; 3rd Tim King, Storden 66.8 1st Gene Lindaman, Westbrook 78; 2nd Charles Goerish, Tracy 63; 3rd Tom Platz, Sanborn 64 1st Mel Faltinson, Fulda 77; 2nd C. John Amundson, Westbrook 64.1; 3rd Gary Lindquist, Worthington 68 1st Harlan Boom, Fulda 85; 2nd Lyle Greenslit, Fulda 68.2; 3rd Ron Muecke, Slayton 69.7 1st Don Abild; Windom 82; 2nd Darrel Janssen, Tracy 62; 3rd Francis Cohrs, Westbrook 86 1st Del Koopman, Fulda 82; 2nd Norman Kness, Slayton 66; 3rd Earl Halverson, Fulda 68 1st Bob Oberman, Worthington 83; 2nd Sylvester Fischer, Slayton 70.6; 3rd Dale Huginin 71.5 hge,_U=00 1st John Anderson, Slayton 80; 2nd Arnie Teichroew, Jeffers 66.7; 3rd Ken Onken 67.5 1st Gay Stone, Slayton 89; 2nd Andy Oakland, Fulda 69; 3rd Corky Bassett, Worthington 69.9 Preseason volleyball Preseason volleyball grades 9-12 starts August 16, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Incoming 7th and 8th graders are wel- come to practice August 16- 20 also. Bring clean gym shoes, water bottle, knee pads. Physicals need to be done every 3 years. Athletes will not be allowed to prac- tice without one. Questions contact Coach Natalie Ross 274-5183. Walnut Grove Softball 1st Row: Aaron Theisen, Zach Otto, Levi Brummer, Kyle West. 2nd Row: Coach Soni Kaufenberg, Jenny Hoffman, Jared Harnack, Brent Christenson, Brian Theisen, Jake Wahl. Not pictured: Jordan Heinrich, Pete Krentz, Ryan Hoffman, Layne Kockelman, Marissa Harnachk, Kristy Hoffman, Abby Hoffman, Sami Baker, Justin Knakmuhs. Submitted photo Walnut Grove Peewees 1st Row: Nicholas Lehnhoff, Reed Bakken, Mark DeSmith, Maddie Frank, Jarett Herder. 2nd Row: Coach Soni Kaufenberg, Aaron Theisen, Spencer Knott, Zach Otto, Levi Brummer, Kyle West, Coach Jake Wahl, Coach Leo Theisen. Not pictured: Chase Danielowski, Mark Baker. Submitted photo Walnut Grove Mighty Mites 1st Row: Reed Bakken, Dalton Anderson, Josh Hoffman, Mark DeSmith, Logann Hotzler, Matt Otto, Gage Pilaczynski. 2nd Row: Nicholas Lehnhoff, Jarett Herder, Maddie Frank. Coaches: Soni Kaufenberg, Leo Theisen, Jake ahl. Not pictured: Derek Ourada, Mark Baker. Submitted photo Walnut Grove T-Ball 1st Row: Hunter Glib, Coya Pilaczynski, Jake Otto, Zach Anderson, Cole Olson, Sami Hotzler, Brandon Pacholl. 2nd Row: Robert Swanson, Dylen Albertson, Matt Otto, Austin Olson, Marshall Garbe. Coaches: Soni Kaufenberg, Leo Theisen, Jake Wahl. Not pictured: Trey Kockelman, Rebecca Swanson. Submitted photo Cross Country begins Aug.16th Coach Steve LeBoutillier has announced that cross country practices will begin Monday morning, August 16th in Lamberton. Cross country is open to any Westbrook-Walnut Grove or Red Rock Central male or female athlete in grades 7-12. All an athlete needs for practice is shorts, t-shirts, running shoes, and a water bottle. Practices will last approximately 2 hours, from 9 AM to 11 AM, Monday through Friday. Transportation will leave from the Westbrook school at 8:20 and from the Walnut Grove school at 8:40 each day. Athletes will meet at the RRC athletic fields in Lamberton. A physical is required to be able to practice. Physicals are required every three years. Athletes must have one on file at the school beginning with practice in the seventh grade. Questions can be answered by calling Coach LeBoutillier at (H) 574-5167 or (W) 274-6111. WWG football practice WWG football practice for grades 9 12 starts Monday, August 16, at 8 a.m. Walnut Grove shuttle leaves at 7:30 a.m. Equipment will be handed out at 9:30 a.m. on Frida); August 13. Physicals are needed every three years. No practice without an updated physical. The first game is Thursday, September 2, vs. Edgerton at home. Walnut Grove Soccer 1st Row: Logan Hotzler, Shaun Hanson, Malmberg, Robert Swanson. 2nd Row: Jarett Coach G., Johanna Skildum. Submitted Westbrook MightY Mites Bottom Row: Eli Herding, Stephanie Gum Dana Kells, Jamie Olson. 2nd Row: Aaron Hass, Cohrs, John Elzenga, Tommy Knudson, And1 Merrick. Top Row: Dana Madson, Nathan Byers, Erickson, Callie Nordahl, Jacob Comnick, Gra( Nordahl. Coaches: Mary Osland, Pat Merrick, Severson. Submitted Westbrook Midgets Bottom Row: Jake Anderson, Caleb Christina Elzenga, Brennan Beaty, Levi Gundermann. Top Row: Gyles Uhlenhopp, Comnick, Patrick Schweim, Steven Pfarr, Sh Schoborg, Colin Vosberg. Coaches: Mary Osland, Merrick, Jake Severson. =- Submitted Westbrook T-Ball Bottom Row: Brody Williams, Zach Ryan Widman, Juliana Pederson, AJ Quade, Ty Abby Olson, Juliana Hrdlicka, Tabitha Krueger. Row: Kaitlyn Starner, Tyler Schoborg, Christians, Sam Jackels, Abby Herding, Nicholas Kaylee Mischke, Sophie Horkey, Tristan Joel. Logan Weis, Alex Burns, Tyson Berg, Matthew Andrew Benson, Dustin Taylor, Andrew Bunting, Madison Takle. Coaches: Mary Merrick, Jake Severson. Submitted \\; 11th Annual Kid's Fishing Derby Sat,, August 14 10 a.m. sharp at Lake Laura for K-8th Grade Come introduce kids to fishing - A pare# or guardian needs to be present. Bait provided. Lunch provided. Prizes awarded to all. Sponsored by Walnut Grove Jaycees