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SENTINEL TRIBUNE PORK MONTt0000: Wednesday, October 9, 2013 Page 11 SCHOOL Chargers clip the RRC Falcons in 3.1 thriller MENU October 14-18, 2013 Monday - Grilled chicken/ WG bun, Romaine salad, broccoli, tomatoes, fresh fruit, peaches, milk Tuesday - Beeftaco, black beans/WG tortilla shell/salsa, refried beans, corn, fresh fruit, pears, WG bread, milk Wednesday - BBQ pork/ WG bun, carrots, french fries, cole slaw, fresh fruit, apple- sauce, milk Thursday - MEA Friday - MEA By Cathy Baumann Coach The energy was high in the WWG gymnasium, as is usual when the WWG Chargers meet up with the RRC Falcons. It was a bat- tle from the first game, with a tie score throughout much of the game until the Chargers pulled ahead and sealed the set win with a score of 25-22. The Falcons, unwill- ing to give up without a fight, were able to capitalize on Charger serving errors and pull out the Set 2 win with a score of 22-25. The Chargers knew it was critical to take the third set and were determined to take back control of the match. With some great defensive digs, the Chargers were able to put up some exciting offen- sive plays to dominate Set 3 Prairie Winds Arts Festival Poetry, jazz dance, drama, drawing, and storytelling. What do these activities all have in common? These activi- ties and more will be presented to grades K-6 in Walnut Grove at the 18th annual Elementary Prairie Winds Arts Festival at the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Elementary School on Thursday, October 24 (snow date: Monday October 28). Artists will begin at 9 a.m. and continue throughout the day until 2:15 p.m. Some of the artists con- firmed for the festival are as follows: Lonesome Ron (sto- rytelling), Anita Runck (jazz dance) Jeff Meyer (Karate), Ann Jenniges (dynamic dance), Tina Richards (pot- tery), Minnesota author Lisa M. Bolt Simons (creative writ- ing), Ron Kelsey (seed art), and Sue Redman (creative arts). The Elementary prairie Winds Festival will also be hosting the 18th annual Art Show, an opportunity for the artists of grades K-6 attending the festival to share their work with their peers. Door prizes will be awarded for each grade at the closing ceremony. For more information concerning the Elementary Prairie Winds contact Tom Vondracek at 507-859-4051. Charger Dayna Comnick gets one of her 24 kills on the night. Chargers fall t( By Cathy Baumann next three sets with scores Coach of 22-25, 21-25, and 21-25. Although the Chargers The Chargers started off played strong defensively the night strong and in con- and were able to make some trol of the court Monday, great plays at the net, serving Sept. 30 against The Wabasso seemed to be a struggle for Rabbits. They took the the team overall with a total first set with a score of of 7 serving errors. The 25-18. The Rabbits, unwill- Rabbits took advantage of ing to go down without a these moments and made fight, came back to win the runs that were too much for Chargers Madison Takle and Jordaan Joel go up for a block against RRC last Thursday night. with a score of 25-17. The Chargers went into Set 4 with high hopes, but started out the set with communication and unforced errors, giving the Falcons a 1-10 lead over the Chargers. Determined to regroup and recover from their struggles, the Chargers fought back for every point, eventually overtaking the lead and ultimately winning the match with a set score of 25-20. The Chargers gave an overall strong team perfor- mance from the service line with Abby Herding serving 33 of 33 with 3 aces on the night. She was joined by Dayna Comnick serving 15 of 15 with 4 aces, Alexa Byers going 10 of 10 with 2 aces, Cassidy Mischke with 3 aces, and Madison Takle with 1 ace. Herding also set up 36 assists on the night, backed up by Takle with 3 assists, Comnick with 2, and Elizabeth Woelber with 1 assist. Comnick took con- trol of the offense by put- ting down 24 kills on the night. Mischke put down 9 kills, followed by Takle with 5, Herding with 3, Jordaan Joel and Mariah Olson each with 2, and Woelber with 1 kill. Defensively, Woelber dominated the back row with a season high of 27 digs. She was joined by Herding and Mischke each with 18 digs, Comnick with 17 and Takle with 11 digs on the night. Takle and Joel also made the defensive pres- ence known in the front row putting up 2 block assists for the Chargers. the Wc00basso Rabbits the Chargers to close the gap. The Chargers were aggres- sive in the back court against a quick tempo offense run by the rabbits. Elizabeth Woelber led the team in digs with 26 on the night, followed closely by teammates, Dayna Comnick (25), Cassidy Mischke (20) and Madison Takle (20). Comnick also earned herself a block at the net, as well as Jordaan Joel and Takle each eaming a block assist defensively at the net. Offensively, Abby Herding ran the court set- ting up 40 assists on the night. Comnick attacked the ball with a vengence, put- ting down 26 kills. TaMe and Mischke each showed there aggressiveness offen- sively, earning themselves 7 kills a piece. Joel put down 4 kills, along with team- mates, Woelber and Herding each earning themselves 3 kills. Comnick also showed precision from behind the service line with 3 aces, along with Herding and Mariah Olson each earning 2 ace serves a piece. W00ROOK AG POWER Ph. 5o7-274-61o100 MN o Westbrook,  Stop in :and pick up some pork for you and your family 274-5555 Westbrook Go ahead, Ham it up! It's Pork Month! Sentinel Tribune Westbrook, MN 507.274.6136 INTEGRITY,BANK 18756; 187531 We Salute ALL area PORK PRODUCERS! Michael Hass Westbr00k 507-274-5132 212470