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Above, Josh Meyer appeared to be in a squeeze between Matt Stueber and Brad Beranek but with a full head,of steam, he broke through and crossed the goal line for a touchdown in the' third quarter. Below, quarterback Troy Steen only carried the ball once, but then he went airborne for a one yard plunge Into the end zone In the third quarter. Sentinel Photos. I The Red Rock Chargers traveled to New Ulm last Friday night and showed their offensive mWer as they downed the New Cathedral Greyhounds 40-14. The Greyhounds, who are in a The Chargers kicked off to start the game with NU starting. from their own 10. Scott Leick ran for 5 but then fumbled and the Chargers recovered on the 15. On the first play, Steen attempted a Curry kicked the EP and the Chargers led 14-6. On the kickoff, Kloeckl took the ball on his own 20 and it to the Charger 43. I-Iaala carried twice for 4 yards but then after an rebuilding -year showed somepass that was picked off by Leick incomplete pass they punted to the strong running on kickoff and punt and the Greyhounds had the ball Charger 11. returns but otherwise their offense back on their 11. Bmndon Reinhart Kleven picked up 8 yards and hogged down under a surprisingly carried four straight times for two then a pass from Steen to Jans was tough Charger defense to the run first downs at the 35 but then the good for 40 yards and a 1st down and the pass. defense stopped them and forced a on the Greyhound 40. On the next The Chargers built up 207pundng situation. A bad pass from play, a holding penalty pushed yards rushing and 106 yards center went over the punters head, them back to their own 47, but passing for a respectable 313 yards and Red Rock took over on the 21. Steen threw a pass to Travis total offense. Quarterback Troy Meyer carried for 5 and Nelson which was good for a 1st Stcen completed 4 of 11 passes, Kleven 6 but the Chargers were on the 24 yard line. Kleven picked one to Travis Nelson for 42yards, called for holding and the penalty up 5 and then on a reverse, Jam to Ben Jans for 27 yards, to Curt moved the ball back to the 28 yard outran the pack and took it in for a Bakken for 19 yards and Doug line. Kleven picked up 7 and then TD. The EP was good and the Westerman for 18 yards, four for a 1st on the 21. Steen then Chargers lead went to 21-6. Jim Kleven led the runners On the kickoff, Matt Stueber with 91 yards in 15 carries. Josh threw a pass to a wide open Doug Meyer had 13 for 75 yards Ben Westerman who went untouchedagain gave the Greyhounds good Jans 5 for 31 yards and Shannen into the end zone. The extra point field position as he took the kick Bums 4 for 9 yards. Quarterback by Craig Curry was good and the on his 11 and returned it to the Troy Ste~,n carried once for 1 yard Chargers led %0. Charger 40. On the first play, but that was a big yard as it took On the kickoff, Dean Kloekl Meyer sacked the QB for a 5 yard him into the end zor~e on a took the ball on his 15 and returned loss. On the next play Kienlen it to the 45. Jay Halla carried to the threw a pass that was intercepted quarterback sneak for a Charger 48 and then QB Steveby Westerman at the 20 yard [inc. touchdown. Craig Curry showed good Kienlen threw a strike to ChrisAfter picking up a 1st down power on the kickoffs with kicks Haugen who took it into the end the Chargers had to give up the of 50, 45, 40, 45, 45, 50, 50. He zone for a TD. The EP was noball and the Greyhounds took over also kicked the first four points good and the Chargers led 7-6. on the charger 48. On the first afterTD's through the goalposts.On the next series, the play, Jed Seeger sacked the QB for Defensively the Chargers Chargers staved from their 30 yard an 8 yard loss but then Haala ran appeared to be stronger than was line. Inns carried for 3 and Kleven for a 1st down on the Charger 20. expected in pre season thinking as 2 then Jans picked up a 1st on the After an incomplete pass, Haala thcy stopped the Greyhounds on l0 43. On the nextplay, the again broke loose on a run to the 4 of 12drives. Greyhounds were called for a face yard line. Two more plays and Jesse I-lannish led the defense mask violation and the ball ended Haala was in the end zone. A pass with lf~t~kles J'-sh M had 8 up on the Greyhound 38 Steen v '-'- - - 1 w nns taugen was gooo for a z Troy Stcen, Jim KJeven, Shannen p a:ss,w. en 2or a point conversion and the score was me ,:, =1 Iul, uvu. v u .P mn Bums and Jed Seeger each had 7 21-14. Meyer returned the en s " g =-'" Vr"n~'ock 6 ana Dou" anomer ist at me ~ h~even i - . .L . ^ 1 - 2 acKon to me Ju yaro nne as me Westerman Westerman, carr w u, u fh'st half ended. n r 1 yaro nne as me nrst quarter enoeo Kleven, Meyer a d E ic O son NU kicked off to start the un me nrst pray ot me secono each had a QB sack TD second half with Meyer carrying quarter rueven took u m xor a " from the 21 to the 42 He then New ! aun(Iromat tottrs Effe( Live :[mmedi zt, ly Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. carried for 8 to the 50, for 14 to the 36 and for 11 to the 20. Kleven then carried twice for a 1st on the 14 yard line and after an incomplete pass, Meyer took it in for a TD. The EP was good and the score was 28-14. On the kickoff Hanson returned it from the 15 to the 32. Three plays la0~ey were forced to punt and the Chargers took over on their 36. Westetman carried to the 44 but then an incomplete pass forced a punt. Curt Bakken got a foot into the ball and put it over the goal line so the Greyhounds started from their 20 yard fine. Reinhardt carried for 4, 4 and 1 which forced a punting situation on the 29. Jim Vosberg put a big rush on the punter forcing him to kick off the side of his foot and the ball went out of bounds on the 23 yard line. Kleven picked up a 1st on the I0 yam line and then Meyer c ried 'to the 3 and then to the 1. Steen then took the snap and went airborne over the center into the end zone on a quarterback sneak for the score. The EP was no good and the score was 34-14 Kloeekl took Curry's kickoff on the 10 and returned it to the 32. After an incomplete pass and a 2 yard loss by Reinhardt, Kienlen threw a pass that was intercepted by Kleven and returned for a TD. The EP was no good and the Chargers led 40-14 as the third period came to an end. The fourth period saw the Greyhounds move down the field from their own 30 yard line to the Charger 30 yard line in 6 plays, but then the Chargers stopped them and took over on downs. Kleven carried to the 32 and Meyer for a 1st on the 42. Jarls picked up 8 and Kleven 5 for another first down, then Burns carried three times to the 37 as the game ended. Next game will be against Fulda at Westbrook on Friday, September 6. WG School Lunch Menu---Sept. 9 - 13 Br d'lst: ' Monday--Waffles, sausage patties, fruit, milk. T, esday---Sausage and cheese on English muffin, fruit, milk. Wedm lay---Cereal, toast, fruit juice, milk. Thursday--French toast sticks, rmato weds, mi . Friday--Cereal w/milk, muffms, juice. Lunch: Monday -- Pizza burger, french fries, baked beans, fruit cocktail, Tuesday --- Tacos, taco fixings, b/b, mco chips/cheese sauce, rice erispie bars, fruit, milk. Wednesday --- Sliced ham, augratin potatoes, green beam, b/b, cake w/frosting, fruit, milk. Thursday --Chicken pattie on bun, tatar tots, ft h vegies w/dip, fruit, milk. Friday -- Tuna hotdish, b/b, peas, apples, milk. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 8 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, September 4, 1991 WB School Lunch Menu--Sept. 9 - 13 Monday -- Turkey pattie on bun, tarter sauce, relishes w/dip, tater tots, pudding, sandwiches, milk. Tuesday -- Beef goulash casserole, sliced cheese, vegetable, relishes, sauce, meat/butter sandwiches, milk, or chefs salad. Wednesday -- Mr. Ribb on bun, catsup/barbecue sauce, vegetable, relishes, sauce, frosted graham crackers, sandwiches, chocolate/ white milk. Thursday -- Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy/butter, apple crisp, relishes, peanut butter/bPtter sandwiches, milk or chefs salad. Friday -- Barbecue on bun, fries, catsup, pickles, sauce, sandwiches, milk. WWG Athletic Calendar - Sept. 9 - 12 Friday, September 6 --- 7:30 p.m Varsity FB, Fulda at Westbrook. Monday, September 9 -- 6:25 p.m A/B/C VB, at Jackson; 4:30 p.m 9th grade FB, HLOL at J~ffers. Thursday, September 12 -- 5:00 p.m A/B/C VB, HLOL at Westbrook; 6:15 p.m "B" VB, HLOL at Westbrook. Rachel Homing her 16 and Elizabeth Andert her 1 birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cohrs Lara Mielke in Redwood Falls Tuesday. Maydelle Kronback of rw Westbrook and Ruth Rongstad Dovray visited Mrs. Rongstad and her Mrs. Jim Rongstad, of at the L. Rongstad Wednesday afternoon. Vonnie and Hollingsworth returned home visiting at the Keith and Hollingswonh home in Rapid SD, where they stayed with grandsons while their parents on a business trip. Between 65 - 70 senior from Murray County potluck picnic supper at Dovray Park Wednesday Bingo and cards followed supper. Mrs. Martha Vosberg Mrs. Mildred Cohrs evening. Amy and Mark Hanson of Currie visited their Mrs. Ruth Rongstad, Thursday to Saturday while parents attended the State Fair. Jean and Don Johnson Brooklyn Park were overnight guests at the Stella Otto Cohrs home en route Lincoln, NE, where, they reunion. They will return to Cohrs home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cohrs visited Kim Mielke and Kyrra at their home in Sioux Falls. On Thursday, August 22, Kyrra accompanied them home for a visit with them and the Meier family at Storden. Ruth Rongstad accompanied grandson, Todd Hungerford, of Slayton, to Chicago, IL early Saturday morning whe he will be attending college. Darrell and Twyla Hungerford of Slayton were also there and Mrs. Rongstad accompanied them home on Monday. Eleanore Bunker and Helen Iverson visited Tanya Hollingsworth at her home in Lake Crystal Monday. Herbert and Roselyn Hanson, Ruth and Jon Hoyme and family of Slayton, Ardis and Richard Andeat and family of rural Slayton and Margie and Don Horning and family of rural Revere enjoyed a picnic supper Monday evening at the Teopeotah vacation cottage of the Hornings to help Gregory Hoyme observe his 13th birthday, The North Stars Sewing had a potluck supper evening at the Ruby home. Kiln Mielke of Sioux Falls Saturday to the Otto Cohrs when her daughter, K accompanied her home. Westbrook Clinic 732 6th Street Westbrook, MN 56183 Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Mon. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tues. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Saturday For appointments call 274-6145 (after hours 274-6121) STATEWIDE ~ M Nelm~ ~ Jeffrey C. Cassel M.D. Dr. M.M. Keithahn EMPLOYMENT I1 EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES SERVICE #RIENDLY HOME PAR- Eamopto$25.00p~rhour "LOG HOME DEALER- ~--as~RICAN TIES has openings for plus bonuses doing part- SHIP" Top Log Home. 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