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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Focus Wednesday September 23 2009 Page 10 Chargers go to 3-0 in Southern Confederacy The Chargers put their lightning bolt brand on the Mustangs By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune : GRANADA -- The Chargers ran rough shod over the Granada Huntley East Chain Martin Luther Mutangs with a 29-7 victo- ry last Friday night at Granada. The Chargers got on the board first when running back Garett Amundson dashed six yards to score in the first quarter. Mitch Comnick tacked on the extra points on a run putting the Chargers up 8-0 in the first quarter. In the second stanza Amundson lit up the score board on a nifty 19 yard scamper to the end zone for his second TD of the night. The two point conversion failed but the Chargers upped their lead to 14-0 in the second quarter. Later in the period Mason Comnick hooked up with Aaron Theisen on an 11 yard touchdown strike, and picked up the two point conversion on a toss to Theisen putting the Chargers up 22 zip at the half. Coach Leo Theisen said, "we executed quite well in the first half in gaining a 22- 0 lead. The offensive and defensive linemen really controlled the first half. I liked the physical play of Steve Pfarr and Levi Brummer. Mason does a great job of throwing a catchable ball, and our receivers did a good job of adjusting their routes." The third quarter was scoreless for the Chargers, but the Mustangs scored their only touchdown in the game making the score 22-7 in favor of the Chargers. The Chargers capped off the scoring in the fourth period with Kyle West pick- ing up a touchdown on a 7 yard run. Steve Pfarr added the extra point on a kick, making the final score 29-7. "We made too many mistakes in the second half but we did comeL up with another goal line stand with over 400 yards of offense when we needed it," said Theisen. Mason Comnick had a good night completing 13 of 21 passes for 135 yards and a touchdown. Garett Amundson padded his stats rushing for 163 yards and 2 TD's on 18 carries; Mason Comnick had 40 yards on 9 carries: Kyle West had 54 yards and a touchdown on 9 carries. Patrick Schweim lead the receivers with 5 catches good for 52 yards; Spencer Knott had 3 catches for 35 yards; Theisen had 4 catch- es for 24 yards and a TD; Amundson had 1 catch for 24 yards. Defensively Mason Comnick had 9 tackles Brummer also had 9 tack- les; West tallied 8; Amundson and Pfarr each had 6; and Schweim had 4. Next week the Chargers put their three game streak on the line traveling to Cleveland to take on the 2-1 Clippers Friday evening. BOwling News Tracy Lanes Lamberton Lanes Wednesday Night Ladies Tuesday Night Ladies September 16, 2009 September 15, 2009 KirPatfick's 10 - 2 Fischer Farms 4 - 0 Landuyt Constr .8 - 4 Lamberton Legion 3 - 1 M & K Constr. 7 - 5 Slipper Inn 2 - 2 Oleson's Merc. 7 - 5 Westbrook VFW 2 - 2 Leversedge Auct .6 - 6 Wanda Insurance 2 - 2 Hoyt Oil 5 - 7 Lamberton Lanes 2 - 2 Jacob Trucking 3 - 9 Kronbach Flooring 1 - 3 Blind 2 - 10 C & N Saloon 0 - 4 High Games High Game Wendy Knakmuhs 19i Heide Conyers 193 Loft Freeburg 187 Connie Engen 185 Dawn Lanner 179 Cathy Kedl 162 High Series High Series Dawn Lanners 498 Connie Engen 465 Christy Hemp 474 Heide Conyers 463 Mary Alms 473 Cathy Kedl 424 Lamberton Lanes Thursday Merchants September 17, 2009 Gravediggers 5 - 3 Kibble 5 - 3 Dans Repair 5 - 3 Kronbach Flooring 4 - 4 Wanda Legion 4 - 4 Our Own Hardwarel - 7 High Games Tyler Beermann 223 Tony Staples 216 Dan Lingle 204 High Series Dan Lingle 601 Tyler Beermarm 597 Jess Bittner 540 MN Department of Natural Resources Q: The DNR works with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in conducting the Master Naturalist pro- gram. What is the pro- gram and how does a per- son become a Master Naturalist? A: The Master Naturalist program is a community- based natural-resource vol- unteer program that is open to any adult who is interest- ed in learning more about the natural world. This pro- gram is different than the Master Gardener program as it will provide partici- pants a broader based understanding of the state's natural environments. Those who sign up for the program will have the opportunity to be trained in any one, or all, of Minnesota's biomes fi prairie, deciduous forest or coniferous forest. However, in order to be certified as a master naturalist, volun- teers must complete 40 hours of training and a supervised sponsored out- reach project. Following training, these conserva- tionists will assist the DNR, the Extension Service and other partners with public outreach and management of the state's diverse natural environments. Additional information is available at http://www. 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