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October 10, 1990

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,AGE tober 10, 1~'j' :ers down Raiders le Chargers downed the Sioux ey/Round Lake/Brewster lers Tuesday night ,at It was a meeting of undefeated Red Rock teams and the Chargers out on top with scores of 15 - 15-8. ina Kronback and Bridget were the top hitters for the Lt with 10 ace spikes apiece. Kjorness added 9 ace teammate Heidi Steen Kjorness also had 4 while Heidi Steen, Carla and Bridget Hovde each one. StephaDie, Carla, Iget and Heidi each came up one ace block. the setting department, Lindaman had 23 set and Carla Kjorness 8. ichelle Lindaman was the :)eat. STI scorer for the night with 14 Ints. Gina Kronback and Heidi en each added 8 points apiece, Hovde 7, Stephanie 4, Carla Kjorness 3 and 1. over Slayton Westbrook/Walnut Grove rgers remained unbeaten in Rock Conference play as they t the Slayton Wildcats lrsday night at Slayton. Game s were 15 - 3, 15 - 5, 15 - 10. Lindaman served 12 12 with 3 aces to top the ing charts with 9 points. Hovde scored 8 points, ;4 @ Stephanle Kjorness backed up Kim Klontz in volleyball action last Tuesday a week ago against Sioux Valley-Round Lake-Brewster. ST Photo. Gina Kronback 6, Heidi Steen 6, Jill Klasse 6, Amy VanDeWiele 5, Stephanie Kjorness 3, and Nichole Ruop 2. Stephanie Kjorness was perfect in spiking going 13 for 13 with 11 aces and 4 ace tips. Heidi Steen added 9 ace spikes while Gina Kronback and Bridget Hovde each hit 4 apiece. Heidi Steen was the top blocker for the night with 3 ace blocks. Michelle Lindaman was credited with 18 set assists. t, odget Hovde Spiked the ball last week against Sioux Valley- und Lake-Brewster. St Photo. STATEWIDE !REAL ESTATE EMPLOYMENT REPOSSESSED VA & OPPORTUNITIES HUD HOMES available g*-,1 =1 FRIENOLV .OME w~outcmdit~cmditcheck. You TIES hal openings fo repair. Also S&L I~loul dealer=. NO cash invest. ~=. Call (805) 682- ment NO mrvice charge. H-3537 Ior repo Highest commission and in your area. ; Fee hostess =ward=. Three ~. 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Other teams competing in the tournament were South Central, Sanborn/Lamberton, Benilde/St. Margaret's, New Ulm Varsity, Mountain Lake, Fairmont Varsity and Fairmont J.V. Michelle Lindaman was top scorer for the day scoring 80 points. Stephanie Kjorness added 34 points, HeJdi Steen 28, Gina Kronback 27, Bridget Hovde 15, Amy VanDeWiele 7, Carla Kjorness 4, Michelle Eichner 1 and Nichole Rupp 1. Stephanie Kjorness led the attack with 40 ace spikes and 7 ace tips. Bridget Hovde added 17 ace spikes and 5 ace tips, Heidi Steen 14 ace spikes and 2 ace tips, Gina Kronback 9 ace spikes and 7 ace tips, Michelle Eichncr 2 ace spikes and 1 ace tip and Nichole Rupp 1 ace spike. Michelle Lindaman set for 69 assists and Carla Kjorness had 19 set assists. Defensively, Stephanie Kjorness and Heidi Steen each had 4 ace solo blocks, Carla Kjorness 3, and Gina Kronback and Bridget Hovde each had one apiece. Top digger for the day was Gina Kronback. The Chargers are now 17 - 2 for the sea n. Charger JV improved record to 7 - 2 The WWG Charger "B" volleyball team picked up wins last week over Slayton and Sioux Valley/Round Lake/Brewster to give their overall season record a boost to seven wins against two losses. WWG topped SV-RL-B by scores of 15 - 0 and 15 - 1 1. Slayton went down by scores of 15 - 1 and 15- 10. In the first game against SV-RL- B, only Jill Klasse and Patty Baker served. Jill ran off the first 7 points and Patty scored the next 8 points. In the second game, Joey Halstenson and Heather Brand served for 6 and 5 points respectively. Against Slayton, only 4 girls served in the first game and Nichole Rupp got 9 points. Vicky Wagner served for 7 points and Carrie Baumann hit for 5 points. In either game there was little opportunity to set up an attack, but Carrie Baumann had an ace spike and Jill Klasse had an ace tip. FFA to conduct corn drive The Westbrook/Walnut Grove Chapter of the National FFA organization will hold a "corn drive" on Friday, October 12th. Nick Kuehl, Westbrook/Walnut Grove FFA president, who announced the project, said members of the FFA would stop at farms and fields in the area, pick up grain that farmers would like to contribute, sell the grain and donate the profits to Camp Courage, Schmidt Memorial Hospital and the Walnut Grove ambulance crew. In addition to this, a group of chapter members will be going door to door between the hours of 9:00 and 10:00 a.m. collecting community donations. All of the chapter members would like to thank you for your past support and we look forward to seeing you on the 12th. WWG athletic events Oct. 11 - 17 Thursday, October 11--4:30, Football (9th) Tracy/Milroy at Jeffers. 6:30, Volleyball (A & B) S/J at Westbrook. Friday, October 12--7:30, Football (varsity) MLBO at Mr. Lake. Saturday, October 13--9:31t a.m VB (7th) at Slayton Tournament. 9:30 a.m VB (Sth) Comfrey TournamenL Monday, October 15--4:30, Football, (JV) Fulda at Jeffers. Tuesday, October 16 --- 4:30, Football ( 7 & 8) Sanborn/Lamberton/Wabasso WG. 4:30, Volleyball (7 & $) SVRLB at Brewster. Wednesday, October 17---7:30, Football (varsity) Tracy/Milroy at Westbrook. "Parents Night". SW Technical Colleges will hold annual fall open house, Oct. 28th The four campuses of Southwestern Technical College at Canby, Granite Falls, Jackson and Pipestone Minnesota will hold their annual fall open house on Sunday, October 28th, from 1.' 0 to 4:00 p.m. Special activities are planned at each campus such as tours of facilities and demonstrations by students. Southwestern offers over 60 different career majors for full and part-time students. Many of majors offer optional A.A.S. (Associate of Applied Science) degrees. Adult extension personnel will also be on hand to provide information on workshops, seminars and customized trainmg programs which serve thousands of S.W. Minnesota residents each year. Everyone is invited. Anderson Trucking Help Us Celebrate of Walnut Grove and Tracy is extremely proud to have served this area for 45 years with the finest in trucking services. i, II :: Customers & Friends Are Cordially Invited To Sunday, October 14, 2-5 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center alnut Grove-TracyoBrandon, SD