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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, September 10, 2014 Page 8 Chargers top Knights in home opener *Chargers got off to a good start putting up 26 first half points Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune looked like they would cruise to an easy victory. However when the Knights put up 16 unanswered points in the third quarter, they knew they were in a real dog fight. But in the fourth quarter the WWG -- After the Charger defense held the Chargers outscored Alden Knights at bay and sealed the Conger in the first half26-6 it win with a 4 yard run by Charger Mitch Jarmer found he had great blocking on this run from scrim- mage. SCHOOL MENU September 15-19, 2014 Monday - Grilled chicken/ WG bun, brown rice, toma- toes, lettuce, broccoli, fresh fruit, peaches, milk Tuesday Beef tacos/ black beans, WG tortilla shell, salsa, refried beans, corn, fresh fruit, pears, milk Wednesday - BBQ pork/ WG bun, sweet potato fries, %ale slaw, fresh fruit, apple- sauce, milk Thursday - Meatballs/WG sub bun, multigrain Sun chips, carrots, fresh fruit, mixed fruit, milk Friday - Pepperoni or cheese WG pizza, CA blend/ cheese sauce, carrots, mixed green salad, pineapple, apple, milk Mitchell Jarmer. making the final score 34-22. On the first series Jake Otto returned the short kick 12 yards to the 43 of the Chargers. After a couple of short gains the Chargers were set back 5 on a motion pen- alty. Then quarterback Tristan Joel completed a 10 yard pass to Walker Christians for a first down. A couple plays later Anthony Koch carried to the 31 of the Knights. Then Jarmer and Koch each reeled off 5 yards to the 20 of the Knights. On the next play J0el picked up 6 yards to the 14, and Jarmer carried it in for the touchdown with 7:05 left in the quarter. The two point conversion failed but the Chargers owned the lead 6-0. On the Knights first pos- session the Charger defense picked up their first sack and forced the Knights to punt after failing to make a first down. On the first carry Koch had a short gain, then the Knights were off side moving the ball to the 40 of the Chargers. On the next play Joel connected with Otto who ran for the Chargers' second TD with 5:30 to play in the quarter. The 2 point conver- sion failed but the Chargers upped their lead to 12-0. The Charger defense held the Knights to three and out forcing a punt fielded at the Charger 30 with no return. On the first play from scrim- mage Jarmer bit off a nice run of 26 yards into Knight territory. Two plays later Joel connected with Otto for a 19 yard gain. The drive stalled out at the 7 of the Knights where they took over. The Knights then moved the ball to the 1 yard line of the Chargers as the quarter ended. On the first play of the second quarter the Knights scored their first touchdown, but the Chargers stopped the extra point attempt with the Chargers still leading 12-6. On the next series the Chargers used a balanced attack of run and pass to score on 15 plays. Koch scored on a 6 yard run with 6:00 on the clock. Again the two point conversion failed but the Chargers up the score to 18-6. On the next series for the Knights the Charger defense forced a punt and the Chargers started at their own 33. Four plays later Joel con- nected with Otto on a 46 yard pass play for a touchdown. Charger Nick Berg grabbed a two point conversion against Alden Conger. THE HEART, VASCULAR & LUNG CANCER SCREENS Screening saves lives Get screened at Sanford Tracy SANF00DRD" PIE A LT H Sepmber 29, 9 a.rrL - 3:30 p.n tion: gkanford Tracy, 251 5th Street E, Tracy, MN Costl: $25 per scre t p]] ses-43 b) schedede am alt. Lea more  our .eenin at 'g,  scceenings. However it was called back on a holding penalty and eventually the Chargers were forced to punt. The punt pinned the Knights inside their own 20, and after a short gain were forced to punt. The Chargers fielded the short punt at the 45 of the Knights. About four The Charger defense wrapped up a Knight runner last Friday night against Alden Conger. plays later Joel found Koch on a 27 yard pass down to the Knights ten, two plays later Joel threw a one yard pass to Otto for the score. The two point conversion was suc- cessful with Joel tossing to Nick Berg making the score 26-6 at the half. Early in the third period the Knights received the kickoff and in two plays added a second touchdown and a 2 point conversion to cut the Chargers lead to 26-12. On the next series Joel returned the kick 45 yards down to the 49 yard line. Four plays later the Chargers fumbled and the Knights recovered at their own 38. The Charger defense held and grt thebail back on downs. On the next play Koch raced 53 yards to the end zone, but to no avail it was called back on a holding penalty. Four plays later the Chargers were forced to punt from inside their own 30. After a low snap Chritians' punt was partially blocked and the Knights took over at the Chargers 34. Several plays later the Knights scored with 3:07 left in the period. With the good two point con- version the Chargers lead was cut to 26-22. On the next series for the Knights the Charger defense made a goal line stand forc- ing a punt from their own end zone. The punt just made it to the Knights 25 yard line. The Chargers used power football to score the final touchdown of the game, with Jarmer crashing into the end zone on a 5 yard dash along with a successful 2 pointer upping their lead to 34-22. The Chargers held the Knights in their own end of the field for the final minutes of the game. This Friday the Chargers will travel to Madelia for a 7:00 game against the Black Hawks. The Chargers out classed the Knights with 18 first downs compared to only 6 for the Knights. The Chargers also put up almost 400 yards against the Knights, com- pared to 190 for the Knights. Joel completed 16 of 23 passes for 192 yards. Otto collected 5 passes for 94 yards and 2 TD's; Jarmer had 5 catches for 30 yards; Christians had 3 catches for -0 yards and an extra point; Koch had 2 catches of 35 yards; Berg caught 1 pass for 2 extra points. Jarmer picked up his sec- ond 100 yard game carrying 24 times for 114 and 2 TD's; Koch had 21 totes for 79 yards and 1 TD; Joel had 6 carries for 11 yards. Chritians had 3 punts for 126 yards. Otto had one kick- offretum for 12 yards. Defensively Otto had 9 tackles and 1 fumble recov- ery; AJ Quade had 9 tackles; Joel had 7 tackles and I inter- ception; Berg had 5 tackles and 2 sacks; Dawson Iverson had 5 tackles and a sack; Jarmer, Christians and Logan Wies each had 5 tackles; Schoborg had 3 tackles an a sack; Kleven had 3 tackles, a sack, and a fumble recovery; Kenny Her, Lane Anderson, Cole Olson each had 3 tack- les. Westbrook City Council Regular Meeting August 4, 2014 The Westbrook City Council met on Monday, August 4, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in the city council room. Members present: John Madson, Jan Johnson, C. John Amundson, Manda Jorgenson and Mayor Dennis Phelps presiding. Others present: Utilities Superintendent Dennis Jutting, Street Superintendent Carl Conrad, Dan Joel, Lawrence Carlson, Jeff Buesing with Western Community Action and A1 Wahl. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Madson to approve the minutes from the July 7, 2014 council meet- ing. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Police Chief Wahl pre- sented police report. Street Superintendent Conrad stated the pool will be closing in 2 weeks. Mayor Phelps stated that there have been some phone calls to him regarding the gravel on lawns from the street dept blading the alleys. Conrad stated that they are in the process of widening them because over time they have become too narrow. Motion by Madson and seconded by Jorgenson to approve the installation of stop signs on Bell, comer of the hospital going north and south. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Jeff Buesing with Western Community Action present- ed a proposal to write a Small Cities Development Program grant for our city. This would be a rehabilita- tion type program. Council felt that this idea should be presented to the EDA as in the past. Motion by Amundson and seconded by Jorgenson to approve the 2014 Election Judges. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Council was presented with a proposed budget that will be approved at the September meeting. Projections look like an increase in levy of 14.8%. City Clerk Steen stated that the sewer investment has matured and needed guid- ance from council as to what their plans were with the funds. If there will be a sewer project this year yet, we should hold off on investing. After discussion, Steen will check with Bank Midwest on a 6 to 9 month investment. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Madson to release the Tax Forfeited Property from the 2010 Street Assessment. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to approve the building permits for Justin and Cassie Dieter (new house) and Jodi Bums (concrete slab). All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to approve bills in the amount of $54,720.65. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Amundson to adjourn. All voted in favor. Motion carried. #24101 Katie Steen, City Clerk Dennis Phelps, Mayor S-3x