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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, September 21, 2011 Page 8 SMSU Admissions Counselor to visit Westbrook- Walnut Grove High School By Sue Herding Coach The WWG Chargers JV team came out on the losing end of a hard fought battle against the MCC Rebels last Tuesday night, September 13, in Slayton. Both games were close right to the very end. Each team displayed some great offensive and defensive efforts. In Game 1 the Chargers and Rebels basically traded point for point, but MCC's experience and a serving error by the Chargers allowed the Rebels to win by a score of 26-24. Alexa Byers led the team in defensive digs with 7, followed closely by Abby Herding with 6 and Mady Johnson with 4. Shiney Her was impressive in her perfor- mance in receiving serve which allowed the Chargers to set up quite a few great offensive plays. Jordaan Joel provided 2 solo blocks and Liz Woelber had 1 to go along with 2 attacks kills and 1 tip kill. Game 2 started out very much like a repeat perfor- mance of Game 1. Once again each team came out red hot on offense, but in the end MCC pulled away after a 22-22 tie to win Game 2 by a score of 25-22. Alexa Byers again led the team defensive- ly with 7 digs. She also pro- vided some great serving as she went 5 for 5 behind the line. Mady Johnson and Liz Woelber each contributed 5 digs. What do you do when your windshield wipers stop working, your left tail- light burns out, and your brakes give out? Some may opt to fix the problem them- selves, but many turn to the services and handiwork of auto repair mechanics. While most auto repair businesses are honest and forthcoming, consumers need to be on the lookout for those that are trying to make a quick buck. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) advises con- sumers to do their research before choosing an auto repair service. It's important for con- sumers to be on the lookout for scams like overcharging on repairs, charging for labor that was never per- formed, and performing shoddy work. In 2010, the BBB received a whopping 12,682 complaints against auto repair mechanics. This year alone, the BBB has already received nearly 11,000 complaints. "Many times consumers r~alize that they have been ~ed, but they don't ~ve any way of proving it," said Dana Badgerow, president and CEO of the BBB. "It's extremely important to get all esti- mates for parts and labor in writing before authorizing anything." The BBB recommends the following auto repair service tips: *Get a least three refer- rals. If you are looking for a qualified mechanic, ask friends, family and co- workers for recommenda- tions. Be sure to check with www.bbb.org to see if there have been any complaints Chargers vs. RLB Raiders By Sue Herding Coach The Chargers JV volleyball team swept the Round Lake Brewster Raiders 2-0 in Thursday night's, September 15, home match. Serving was a big part of the game against a fairly inexperienced Raiders team. The Chargers fired 17 ace serves as a team in the win. Kaylee Mischke led the team with 6 followed by Liz Woelber and Jordaan Joel with 4. In game one the Chargers never let the Raiders com- plete a full lineup rotation and the Chargers won 25-5. Abby Herding started the game with 7 straight points and Kaylee Mischke came to the line for the final 7. The Raiders struggled in their passing, thus the Chargers never really got many offen- sive situations. Mady Johnson, Liz Woelber and Jordaan Joel each had 1 kill in the game. Again in game 2, Kaylee Mischke ~was impressive from the service line. She finished the game out with 9 straight points. The Chargers had very little opportunity to set the ball up, but Jordaan Joel led the attack game. She was 3 for 3 with 3 kills. Deziree Koenig had a kill as did Mady Johnson. The JV squad is now 4 - 2 in regular season play. filed against the business. Look for shops that display certification. For major work, such as brakes, trans- mission or engine repair, you need to find a shop employing a specialist. *Ask as many questions as you need. Don't be embarrassed to request technical definitions. Don't rush the technician into making an on-the-spot diagnosis of the problem. Ask to be called after diag- nostics have been complet- ed to discuss a course of action and labor costs before any work begins. *Get everything in writ- ing. Before authorizing repairs, get a written esti- mate for parts and labor. Tell the shop to get your permission before making additional repairs. Ensure that you receive notifica- tion by having the service manager write a request on the bottom of the repair order. Give phone numbers where the business can con- tact you and before you leave, be sure to understand all shop policies regarding labor rates, guarantees, and acceptable methods of pay- ment. *Do a walk-through with your mechanic. When you pick up your vehicle, get an explanation of all work that was performed and get all guarantees in writing. Ask the technician to point out any major new parts that were installed. Your repair bill should be itemized so if a problem occurs later, you can prove the item is cov- ered by the guarantee. For more tips you can trust, visit www.bbb.org/us/ bbb-news. Michael VanDrehle, an admissions counselor from Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Minn., will visit Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School on Monday, September 26, at 10 a.m. Information on financial aid, tuition, academic pro- grams, housing and campus life will be discussed. All interested students and par- ents are welcome to attend. Firearm safety training course Mr. Doug Lee, certified firearm safety instructor, will take fifteen students through the firearm safety training course. Dates for the safety training include October 4, 6, 7, 11, 13, and 14. There will also be a field-training day scheduled after the course work is completed. All par- ticipants need to be at least 11 years old or in sixth grade to register by Friday, September 16. WWG students may use the shuttle buses for transpor- tation to and from this class. Classes will be held in Westbrook at the WWG high school tech campus. For more information call SCHOOL MENU September 26-30, 2011 Monday: Chicken nug- gets, hash brown patty, carrot sticks, peaches, bar, wheat bread, milk Tuesday: Beefy nachos, corn, fresh oranges, wheat bread, milk Wednesday: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes/ gravy, vegetables/dip, mixed fruit, wheat bread, milk Thursday: Chicken Alfredo sauce/noodles, green beans, carrot sticks, pears, wheat bread, milk Friday: Mini cam dogs, baked beans, carrot sticks, applesauce, wheat bread, milk Murray Co. 4-H Calendar September 26 - 4-H project records books due in Extension Office September 27 4-H Adventures, 3:30-5 pm, 4-H Building September 28 - 4-H Record Judging, 5 pm, 4-H Building September 29 4-H Adventures, 3:10-4:45 pm, Fulda Elementary School caf- eteria October 4 4-H Adventures, 3:30-5 pm, 4-H Building By Cathy Baumann Coach The Chargers Varsity vol- leyball team began their busy week on the road on Tuesday, Sept. 13 in Slayton against the MCC Rebels. Each game proved to be a battle to the bit- ter end with WWG coming out on top each game, winning the match in 3 games. Game 1 was a back and forth switch in leads between the Chargers and Rebels, eventually ending in a nail- biting score of 29-27 in favor of the Chargers. Although there were several service errors, the Chargers were able to step it up defensively with 95% accuracy in serve receive allowing for some big offen- sive plays. Dayna Comnick led the team in kills with 7, along with Paige Erickson with 4 kills, and Halley Osland and Karley Deprez each with 2 kills. Anne Woelber put up 10 set assists for the Chargers followed by Comnick with 3 and Erickson with 2 assists. Both Hunter Priegnitz and Osland were 100% from the service line. Maddie Frank moved throughout the back court with 5 digs. Once again, Game 2 was neck and neck throughout much of the game. The Chargers were able to pull through winning with a score of 25-23. Again, serving was a struggle for the Chargers. However, there were improve- ments with Comnick earning 1 ace serve along with Madison Takle, Osland, and Priegnitz all showing 100% accuracy. Woelber took con- trol of the court by catching the Rebels defense off-guard with tips earning her 3 kills for the game. Erickson had 2 kills followed by 1 kill a piece for Comnick, Osland, and Deprez. Woelber had 3 set assists along with Comnick earning 2 and Osland with 1. Comnick and Erickson both worked the back court with 5 digs each with the help of Darian Gilb and Deprez each with 3 digs for the game. The Chargers were able to start strong in Game 3 with a 5-0 run led by Comnick at the service line. The Chargers were able to ultimately main- tain control of the game and win for the match with a score of 25-20. Serving showed improvements by the end of the night with Comnick, Takle, Woelber, and Priegnitz each earning a service ace. Comnick and Erickson tied for kills with 3 a piece fol- lowed by Woelber with 2 and Deprez with 1 kill. Woelber also put up 5 set assists along with Abby Herding with 2 and Erickson with 1. Takle and Erickson worked the back court digging up 3 attacks each. Comnick had 2 digs and Herding, Osland, and Woelber each with 1. Cwhargers Varsity VB eeps RLB in The Chargers Varsity vol- leyball team carried their J t. r I WW6 Band & Choir Breakfast Fundraiser When: Sunday, September 25 9 am-lpm Where: Walnut Grove Community Center Plate includes: Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Patty, and Beverage Cost per plate: $5.00 (additional donations welcome) I Charger Paige Erickson bumped the ball 1 " over the net against RLB last Thursday "!" |, ,: ! I night. momentum from their win Tuesday night over to their home game against Round- Lake Brewster Thursday, Sept. 15. The team came out strong from the gate.and were able to make a quick night of volley- ball winning against RLB 3-0. The Chargers took control early and played an all-around game to finish Game 1 quickly with a score of 25-8. Anne Woelber put up 16 set assists in the first game along with Maddie Frank earning 1. This led to 6 kills a piece by both outside hitters, Paige Erickson and Dayna Comnick. Karley Deprez came out aggressive as well, earning 4 kills along with Hailey Osland with 1 kill for the game. Comnick showed great serving placement earn- ing 4 aces from the service line. Osland and Woelber each earned 1 ace. Osland covered the back court as well digging up 6 attacks followed by Frank with 3, Comnick with 2, and Darian Gilb with 1. Osland also earned 1 solo block for the game. Round-Lake Brewster came back fighting in Game 2, but were ultimately not successful with the Chargers pulling out to win 25-20. Woelber put up 8 set assists along with Osland earning 1 which led to 3 attack kills by Erickson. She was fol- lowed by Comnick and Deprez each with 2 along with Osland and Woelber each with 1. Erickson, Herding, Osland, and Deprez were all 100% from the service line. Also representing at the service line were Hunter Priegnitz with 3 aces followed by Woelber with 2 for the game. Defensive plays were shared throughout the back court with Woelber earning 4 digs, Osland with 2, and Comnick, Erickson, Herding, Frank, and Priegnitz each with 1 dig. The Chargers finished out the match with a strong perfor- mancein Game 3 with a score of 25-11. It was definitely an all-around team effort with several team members contrib- uting to the win. Erickson led in attacks at the net with 4 kills, followed by Comnick with 3, Osland with 2, and Herding, Deprez, Woelber and Frank each with 1 kill. Woelber earned 6 set assists along with Herding putting up 4 and Comnick and Erickson each with 1 a piece. The Chargers were 100% at the service line with Deprez earning 3 aces, Erickson with 2 and Woelber with 1. Comnick dug up 3 balls in the back court along with Osland with 2, and Gilb, Erickson, and Frank each with 1 dig. Jordaan Joel and Osland worked together to earn them- selves 1 block as well. WWG takes 1st place in C Division at JCC Tournament The Chargers finished up their long week in Jackson at the JCC Varsity Tournament Saturday, Sept. 17. Each team played in a pool of three teams. The games in pool play were the best two out of three with a cap of 25, and if needed, a third game was played with a cap of 15. The began their day in pool play against Rochester Century and Martin County West Both teams proved to be great competitors for the Chargers going three games each. In the first round of pool play, Rochester Century came out on top in the first game beating WWG with a score of 15-25. The Chargers fought back in Game 2 winning 25-23, but ended up losing a close Game 3 with a score of 13-15. Both Anne Woelber and Abby Herding put up 10 set assists for the pool play match along with Paige Erickson and Hailey Osland each with 1. Erickson led in attacks with 10 kills, fol- lowed by Dayna Comnick with 8, Osland with 3, Karley Deprez and Maddie Frank each with 2, and Herding and Woelber each with 1 kill. Osland led with 3 aces from the service line, along with Conmick with 2 and Woelber with 1. Comnick had a strong performance in the back court with 13 digs for the match, fol- lowed by erickson with 10, Osland with 8, Darian Gilb with 7, and Herding with 5. Osland put up 4 block assists, along with Frank earning 2, and Madison Takle, Erickson, Herding, and Deprez each with one block assist. The Chargers also had a tough match against Martin County West in the second round of pool play. The Chargers took MCW to 3 games, but ultimately lost the match with scores of 23-25, 25-18, and 12-15. Herding led the team in set assists with 10. Woelber put up 4 set assists along with Frank with 3, and Osland, Erickson, and Takle each with 1. Erickson led the team this round with 9 kills, followed by Comnick with 6, Osland with 3, and Herding, Deprez, Woelber, and Frank each with 1 kill for the match. Herding also earned 4 aces from the service line, along with Comnick and Frank each earning 3 aces, and Takle and Erickson each earning 1. Karley Deprez and Comniek assisted each other with 1 block. Defensive digs were shared throughout the team with Osland earning 5, Erickson and Herding with 4 each, and Takle, Byers, and Deprez with 3 each. Based on their pool play performance, the Chargers were place in the C Division tournament bracket where they met with the Red Rock Central Falcons for the first time this season. The first game proved to be intense on both sides of the court with the Chargers pulling ahead at the end win- ning with a score of 25-23. The Chargers passing and serve receive struggle immensely in Game 2 which led to a loss to the Falcons with a score of 11-25. The Chargers came back to win Game 3 with a score of 15-13. Comnick led the team in attacks with 7 kills. Erickson earned 5, followed by Woelber with 4, and Osland, Deprez, and Frank each with 1 for the match. Woelber put 11 set assists for the Chargers, fol- lowed by Herding and~Prank each with 3, ad Eriekson and Osland with 1 a piece. Comnick and Osland each earned 4 aces from the service line along with Eriekson earn- ing 1 ace. Erickson and Osland also led the team defensively with 6 digs each, followed by Comnick and Takle each with 3, Herding, Woelber, and Priegnitz with 2 a piece, and Gilb, Byers, Deprez, and Frank each with 1 dig. Deprez had 3 block assists for the match, along with Erickson, Woelber, and Frank each with 1 assist. The Chargers' win over RRC earned them a champion- ship game against Mankato East. The Chargers began each game with close rallies, but eventually pulled away toward the ends of each game, winning the Championship round in two games with scores of 25-19 and 25-20. Takle led in aces from the service line with 4, followed by Priegnitz with 3, and Comnick and Woelber each with 1 ace. Woelber put up 13 set assists along with Herding and Osland each with 2, and Erickson with 1 set assist for the match. Erickson led in attacks with 5 kills, fol- lowed by Deprez with 4, and Comnick, Osland, and Woelber each with 3 kills. Defensively, Comniek Worked the back court earning 5 digs, along with Byers, Osland, Woelber, and Frank each with 3, Priegnitz with 2, and Erickson and Deprez each with 1 dig. Hailey Osland led in blocks with 2 solo and 3 assists, followed by Deprez with 1 solo and I assist, Takle with 2 assists, and Erickson and Woelber each with 1 block assist. Answers for the Science Quiz on page eight 1) F alse 2) b 3) supercooling 4) True 5) convection ! I1 t