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SENTINEL TRIBUNE EDUC.0000TION Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Page 8 SCHOOL MENU October 17-21, 2011 Monday: Stuffed peppero- ni sandwich or sausage stuffed sandwich, green beans, fresh fruit, cookie, wheat bread, milk Tuesday: Chili/crackers, grilled cheese, relish, pears, milk Wednesday: Corn dog, baked beans, carrot sticks, mixed fruit, milk Thursday: MEA Friday: MEA Mark Johnson to be choir clinician Mark Johnson, Dovray and Westbrook native, and cur- rently artistic director and conductor of Minnesota Boychoir of the Twin Cities, will serve as clinician for our 21st Annual WWG Choir Invitational. We are very excited to have Mr. Johnson serve as guest conductor this year. Participating schools include Red Rock Central and Mountain Lake, so the massed choir will be slightly smaller this year. However, we have some very enjoyable music lined up for the afternoon concert at 2:15. Featured selections are a Baroque piece by Purcell; "Lonesome Dove", an American folksong; "True Light", an exciting Gospel piece; "Viva La Quince Brigada" a Spanish men&apos;s piece that came out of the Spanish Civil War in the 1930's; and "Hashivenu", a beautiful Israeli folksong arranged for women's voices. In addition, a smaller select group will perform a spiritu- al, "O Sinner Man" and an American pop standard, "You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You" Please join us for the free concert at 2:15 in the high school gymnasium. Chargers Fall to SWC Eagles 8y Cothy 8oumonn Cooch The Chargers began the week on the road again, trav- eling to Edgerton to meet up with the Southwest MN Christian Eagles on Tuesday, Oct. 4. Coming off of a tough loss against the RRC Falcons the week before, the Chargers were hoping to regroup and put on a strong performance against the Eagles. They came out aggressive in the beginning, but couldn't keep the momen- tum going into the next two games. With a comeback in the fourth game, it looked like the Chargers were going to take it to a fifth game, but unfortunately the Eagles solidified their match win 1-3 against the Chargers. Consistent serving and an aggressive offense were defi- nitely key to Chargers taking Game I with a score of 25-23. The Chargers were 96% from the service line. Dayna Comnick dominated the net offensively with 9 kills, fol- lowed by teammates Paige Erickson and Hailey Osland with 4 kills each and Karley Deprez with 2 kills. Anne Woelber set up the front row with 17 set assists. Madison Takle and Maddie Frank set the mood in the back row, both putting forth a flawless performance of serve receive. Erickson also contributed defensively digging up 7 balls, followed by teammates Comnick with 6 digs and Darian Gilb with 4 digs. Showing a strong front block- ing were Takle, Osland, and Deprez each with 3 block assists, followed by Comnick with 2 assists, and Erickson and Woelber each with 1 block assist. The Chargers went into Game 2 with the plan of beginning the game like they ended Game 1. About mid- way through Game 2, the Chargers defense began to struggle with serve receive and passing which led to the loss with a score of 16-25. The Chargers put forth anoth- er valiant effort from the serving line with 100% accu- racy as a team. Woelber put up 8 set assists for the offense. Comnick marked 4 kills, fol- lowed by Eriekson with 3, Deprez with 2, and Woelber with 1 kill. Comnick was strong defensively as well with 8 digs, followed by teammates Osland with 4 and Erickson and Frank each with 3 digs a piece. Woelber also earned 1 solo block for the game. Although serve receive improved, Game 3 proved to be a repeat of the second half of Game 2 with the Chargers struggling with defensive passing. Keeping their con- sistency from the service line, the team gave another dependable performance from the service line with 96% accuracy with Comnick earning 1 ace serve. Abby Herding stepped into the set- ting position in Game 3 put- ting up 5 set assists and 2 tip kills. Comnick earned 4 kills at the net along with Erickson earning 1. Defensively, Osland dug up 5 balls, along with Herding with 4 digs, Comnick with 3, and Gilb, Erickson, and Deprez each with 1 dig a piece. Erickson and Deprez also put up 1 block assist for the game. The Chargers started out Game 4 a little cold, allowing for the Eagles to take a sub- stantial lead of 11-18. With Woelber serving for the Chargers, the girls were able to make a long scoring run to tie up the game. With the Chargers controlling the court, a late disputed call at the net in favor of the Eagles proved to be detrimental to the Charges, ultimately lead- ing to the game and match loss with a score of 22-25. One again, the Chargers were strong from the service line with Woelber earning 2 aces and Frank and Kelsi Wahl each earning 1 ace. The Chargers improved defen- sively with 6 digs from Comnick, followed by Erickson and Woelber each with 5 digs, Gilb with 2, and Alexa Byers, Takle, Frank, and Wahl each with 1 dig a piece. Takle and Wahl also put up 1 block assist. Woelber put up 7 set assists leading to Erickson's forcefulness at the net with 5 kills along with Wahl with 2 kills. Chargers VB defeats undefeated SSC Quasars By Cothy Boumonn Cooch The Chargers new they were in for a challenge Thursday night, October 6, when they met up with the undefeated Red Rock Conference leaders, the SSC Quasars. Coming off of a tough loss against SWC ear- lier in the week, the Chargers walked into the gym focused and determined. Knowing it would not be an easy win, the Chargers fought hard against the Quasars to pull out the win 3-2. Throughout most of the first rotation of Game 1, the Chargers and Quasars rallied :biidk and forth until Madison Takle was able to 4-point run to pull away from the Quasars. The Chargers were able to maintain their lead and go on to win Game 1 with a score of 25-22. The Chargers were dependable at the service line with a 96% serving accuracy for the team. Dayna Comnick earned 2 aces from the back line along with fellow team- mates Takle, Hailey Osland, and Hunter Priegnitz each earning 1 ace serve. Comnick also led the team in attacks with 5 kills, followed by Paige Erickson with 3, Karley Deprez and Anne Woelber each with 2, and Hailey Osland with 1 kill. Woelber also earned 10 assists for the game along with Comnick backing her up with 1 assist. Defensively, the Chargers were 100% in serve receive. Comnick and Erickson both dug up 5 balls along with Darian Gilb and Osland each with 3 digs, Takle with 2, and Woelber with 1 dig. Comnick, Osland, Deprez, and Woelber each eamed 1 block assist at the net. Game 2 started out much the same as Game 1 until Erickson stepped up to the service line and helped the Chargers take control on the court by serving 8 straight points. Erickson, along with teammates Woelber and Maddie Frank earned 1 ace a piece from the service line. The Chargers were able to make fairly quick work of the Quasars taking Game 2 with a score of 25-15. Woelber put up 9 set assists for the game along with Erickson who earned 1 as well. Comnick led in kills with 4, followed by Erickson with 3, Osland with 2, and Deprez and Frank each with 1 kill. Comnick and Frank also came through defensively for the Chargers, each earning 3 digs each, along with Woelber with 2 and Gilb and Erickson each with 1 dig. Comnick earned 1 solo block for the game and Erickson and Deprez worked together to earn 1 block assist. Although the Chargers stayed strong in Game 3, the Quasars were not about to back down. Game 3 proved to be a battle with the Chargers falling short with a score of 26-28. Once again, the Chargers were consistent and strong from the service line showing 96% accuracy as a team. Comnick, Osland, and Frank each earned 1 ace throughout their attempts. Points earned in Game 3 were definitely attributed to the strong defense of the Chargers with an all-around shared performance in the back row. Comnick dug up 5 balls along with contribu- tions from Woelber with 3 digs and Erickson, Osland, Show your Spirit. Support YourTeam Join the Party. Westbrook-Walnut Grove vs. Edgerton- EIIsworth Tailgate with the Bank MidwestTeam and the WWG Music Boosters! Friday, October 14 Serving pork burgers starting at 6:00 p.m. at the football field. Proceeds support the WWG Music Boosters, oneplace" Frank, and Wahl each with 2 digs a piece. Deprez was a force at the net defensively with 2 solo blocks and 2 block assists. She was joined by Takle and Erickson each with 2 block assists, and Osland and Kelsi Wahl each with 1 block assist. Offensively, Erickson put down 3 kills, followed by Comnick with 2 and Osland with I kill. Woelber earned 5 set assists for the game. Game 4 began with anoth- er rally between the teams throughout their first rota- tions. With a lack of defen- sive plays and offensive plays at the net, the Quasars were able to pull ahead and take Game 4 from the Chargers with a score of 18-25. Although serving was still consistent for the Chargers, Comnick earned the solo ace for the game. Woelber put up 8 set assists leading to a strong performance from Erickson who put down 6 kills for the game. Takle put down 2 kills and Woelber earned 1 kill. The back row also showed aggressiveness with Osland picking up 5 digs, followed by teammates, Comnick and Woelber each with 4, Frank with 2, and Gilb, Takle, Erickson, Abby Herding, and Priegnitz each with 1 dig a piece. Tensions were high for the Chargers going into Game 5. SSC has proved in past matches to play strong in the 5th game and pull out the win. The Chargers knew they had to dig deep and give an aggressive perforrfiance to pull offthe win for the match. The Chargers were able to Charger Dayna Comnick hit the ball against SSC last Thursday night. stop the Quasars after each sideout in their favor, and immediately bring the ball back to our side of the court. The Chargers' determination and aggressive performance earned them the Game 5 and ultimately the match win with a score of 15-9. Serving continued to be strong with Erickson earning 2 service aces and Herding earning 1 ace. Herding stepped into the setting role and earned 5 set assists along with Osland earning 1 assist. Erickson put down 4 kills, followed by Takle and Herding each with 1 kill each. The Chargers were also strong defensively, showing 100% in serve receive. Osland dug up 4 balls from the back row, fol- lowed by contributions from Comnick with 3 digs, and Takle, Erickson, Herding, and Deprez each with 1 dig for the game. The Chargers will be host- ing Hills-Beaver Creek on Tuesday, October llth. It is also Parents' Night and Senior Night for the Chargers. Charger Paige Erickson put a spike past a SSC defender last Thursday night. Westbrook 507,174,B 33 banl< | t