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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Page 9 Dutchmen overpower Chargers When the dust settled the Chargers found themselves on the wrong end of a 62-14 loss. Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- The Chargers ran into a buzz saw with perennial nemesis Edgerton Ellsworth coming to town. In the first quarter the Chargers were out gurmed 24 to 8 with the Chargers scor- ing on a 62 yard touchdown pass from Shane Buchman to Scan McCroskey, Tristan Joel completed a pass to McCroskey for the two point conversion. The Chargers were shut out in the second quarter while the Dutchmen padded their lead with two more touchdowns making it 40-8 at the half. Things did not get any better in the third quarter with the Chargers unable to find their way into the end zone. Meanwhile the Dutchmen cashed in on two more touchdowns upping their lead to 56-8. In the fmal stanza the Chargers were able to score another touchdown with Joel throwing a 31 yard strike to Buchman, but it was far to little, far to late. The Dutchmen then added insult to injury scoring six more to close out the game at 62-14. Passing: Joel completed 10 of 19 for 99 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 extra point and 2 picks. Buchman was 3 of 10 for 66 yards passing. Rushing: Mitchell Jarmer was 7 for 36 yards; Matt Otto had 8 carries for 32 yards; Anthony Koch had 2 carries for 15 yards. The Chargers had 86 yards total compared to 278 yards for the Dutchmen. Receiving: McCroskey caught 5 passes for 84 yards 1 touchdown, and l extra point. Buchman was 3 for 52 and 1 touchdown. Jarmer had 1 catch for 22 yards. Punting: Walker Christians had 4 boots for 110 yards. Kick retums: Joel had 4 for 70 yards; McCroskey had 4 for 66 yards; and Koch had 1 for 20 yards. Defense: Tyler Schoborg had 8 tackles; Jarmer had 7 tackles and a fumble recov- ery; Joel and Logan Weis had 7 solos each; Buchman had 6 tackles with 1 sack and a fumble recovery; Jake Otto had 6 tackles and 1 sack; Tyson Berg had 6 tackles and a fumble recovery; Levi Bunting had 5 tackles 2 sacks and a fumble recovery; Eli Gundermann had 4 tack- les 1 sack and a fumble recovery. JV earns first victory of season Eric Larson, coach The JV Chargers trav- eled to Fulda to take on the Raiders last week and came through with a hard fought victory. The Chargers wasted no time as Jake Otto hooked up with Anthony Koch on the first play of the game with a 70-yard touchdown pass. Koch also punched in the 2-point conversion giving WWG an 8-0 lead. Tommy Lee was able to force a fumble on the next Raider possession and the Chargers marched down the field again, capping off the drive with a 20-yard pass to Koch. The conversion failed. Brandon The Chargers capped off the first quarter with another Jake Otto to Anthony Koch connection. Koch also capped offthe con- version. Interceptions were the key to success in the sec- ond quarter. First, Brandon Pacholl read a Fulda bootleg and stepped in front of the pass to the wide out. Then, Kennedy Her put a halt to the next Raider possession with an interception and return to the Fulda 25 yard line. AJ Quade took advantage of the Raider miscue as he caught a 9-yard touchdown pass and Zach Vande Kiefi caught the conversion giving WWG a 30-0 half-time score. The second half was a game of trading posses- sions as the Chargers were able to string together first downs but not touchdowns. Defensively, WWG held true most of the half with some sideline to sideline tackles by Jared Ries. Cole Olson, Dawson Iverson, and Matt Kleven were all able to con- trol the line of scrimmage and limit Fulda to minimal gains. The Raiders were able to score in the waning seconds of the game, but the Chargers held on to a convincing 30-8 win. Leading tacklers for WWG were ChueYee Xiong with 5 and Jared Ries, Nicholas Berg, and Tommy Lee with 4 each. Matt Kleven had two sacks and Kennedy Her, Anthony Koch, and Dawson BOWLING NEWS Tracy Bowling Christy Hemp 222 Ladies Wednesday night Lu Anderson 222 9-4-13 Kate Knakmuhs 211 High Series KAMBO 6-2 Christy Hemp 564 Tracy Service Center 5-3 Lu Anderson 524 G&R Electric/Appliance4-4 Kate Knakmuhs 508 Hoyt Oil 4-4 Landuyt Trucking 3-5 Mens Thursday night Prairie View 2-6 early league High Games 9-12-13 Lu Anderson 199 John's Drug 39.5-20.5 Lu Anderson 198 Knakmuhs Agency 33.5- Diane Deming 191 26.5 High Series Titan Machinery 33-27 Lu Anderson 569 T-N-T 31-29 Karen Cleland 506 Benson's By the Lake20-40 Diane Deming 527 High series Terry Schaar 193 Treig Sanow 189 Terry Schaar 188 Dave Lanners 188 John's Drug 27.5-12.5 High series TNT 23-17 Terry Schaar 551 Iverson each had one. The Titan Machinery 22-18 AI Clausen 536 Chargers had 209 yards on KnakmuhsAgency 18.5- the ground with Kennedy 21.5 MensThnrsdaynight Her having 95, and Anthony Balaton Fuel 11-29 elate league Koch with 52. Otto was 8 of High series 9-12-13 9 passing with 224 yards and Terry Schaar 223 4 TD passes. Wayne Gorton 193 200 Proof 14-6 Playing for the Chargers Terry Schaar 192 Dekalb 12-8 were Jake Otto, Kennedy High series Greenwood Nursery 12-8 Her, Cole Olson, AJ Quade, Terry Schaar 550 John's Drug 8-12 Brandon Pacholl, Brandon Tracy Lanes 8-12 Balsavage, Zach Vande Kiefi, Tracy Bowling High series Nick Berg, Adam Hass, Cole Ladies Wednesday night Ted Nilius 224 Bunting, Matt Kleven, Jack 9-11-13 Dave Hemp 212 Jorgenson, Anthony Koch, Jim Kleven 207 Jared Ries, Tommy Lee, KAMBO 10-2 High series Dawson Iverson, ChueYee Tracy Service Center 9-3 Lonnie Cochran 573 Xiong, and Bee Xiong. Prairie View 5-7 Ted Nilius 571 Landuyt Trucking 4-8 Karl Baumann 556 Hoyt Oil 4-8 G&R Electric/Appl. 4-8 High Games Mens Thursday night early league 9-5-13 Sentinel Tribune For Charger Sports Coverage il 9t(m(ie Tunera( q00ome Tracy 507.629.4510 Westbrook 507.274.5464 Birkholz Law, LLC Attorneys at Law - Jacob M. Birkholz or Daniel A. Birkholz Westbrook 507-274-6501 2, OFFICIAL ENTRY F()RM S ecuri00000Bnank].l| o_ Sentinel Tribune Football Contest Weekly leaders Good sSamantan WrnxooK. 507-274-6155 The place where care, quality and love go hand in hand. Kristi: Butler 45 Nate Knakmuhs 45 Matt Knakmuhs 44 Leo Theisen 44 Micara Kottke 42 Jacob Jenniges 42 Todd Baker 41 Derek Eichner 41 Greg Hansen 41 Whiz Walker Sez... Kristi Butler was our winner with 16 points. Jacob Jenniges was tied with Kristi, but Kristi's name was drawn on the tie breaker. The Gophers had another big win. That is all well and good, but four wins in non conference is not the same as four wins in the Big Ten. But it is a great start for Jerry Kill and the Gophers. It is getting old saying the Vikings played better this week but I think some drastic changes need to be made. It has become apparent the Wilfs are following the same pattern as the Pohlads. Extorting millions from the taxpayers to get new stadiums, and closing their checkbooks to getting quality players and coaches. Have a good week. z,,)/7;z S entin---00el- Trib-----un-00l INTEGRITY,BANK 6011stAve THRIFTY Westbrook, Mn. HIT 507-274-6114 g, W = 00::t!fiS:el00156180  I ,---.-., Mon-Fri 9am-5:30pm ww5..'ti.lbank.com / Member FDIC I ,,, i Sat 9am-2pm ,,,,., KNAKMUHsAGENCY __/ 00,vTo00. 507-859-2154 507-274-5962 J  "  7OSXstAve., Walnut Grove Westbrook l '' Phmlmualwl Westbrook, MN 56183 Serving our local customers Westbrook, MN 507-274-5555 RULES OF THE GAME To enter just fill in the circle of the winning team for each game on the official blank below and put down the scores for the "Special Game" only;:dsted at the bottom. You may bring your entry to the Westbrook Sentinel office or Bubai Food Store, before closing time on Friday afternoon or you may mail it to Sentinel Tribune, Box 98, Westbrook, MN 56183, before the post office closes on Friday after- noon. Entries must have a Friday date stamped on the envelooe bv the Post Office. Because of our Monday deadline, entries mailed on time, but not delivered by the post office until Tuesday, will NOT be eligible for the weekly prize, but will be included for the overall standings. All eligible entries will be judged by members of the newspaper staff and decisions of the judges is final. In case of ties, drawings will determine the winner. Contest is open to everyone except employees of Sentinel Tribune, and their immediate families. Entries will receive one point for each correct game, including the Special Game which will also be used as a tie breaker. Total points will accumulate each week and the top point getters will be listed each week, along with the names of the weekly winner. Entry forms may be reproduced on a copier, but limit one entry per person. Extra entry forms available in the Westbrook office. WEEK OF September 23, 2013 NAME Address City Zip Fill Circle of the Winners Only HIGH SCHOOL MOUNTAIN LAKE O WWG O WABASSO O RRC o O TMB O CANBY COLLEGE IOWA O MINN GOPHERS O ARKANSAS ST O MISSOURI O CALIFORNIA 0 OREGON O FLORIDA O KENTUCKY O NO DAKOTA ST O SO DAKOTA ST O OKLAHOMA O NOTRE DAME O WISCONSIN O OHIO STATE O PRO BALTIMORE O BUFFALO 0 CINCINNATI O CLEVELAND O NY GIANTS O KANSAS CITY O ARIZONA O TAMPA BAY O INDIANAPOLIS O JACKSONVILLE O SEATTLE O HOUSTON O NY JETS O TENNESSEE O CHICAGO O DETROIT O PHILADELPHIA O DENVER O Tie Breaker PITTSBURGH VIKINGS PICK THE SCORE IN THIS GAME