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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Page 3 !r -- From page I Marcy Chapman, repre- Wahl felt he probably will senting Des Moines River have to go up to the school Township, asked the council and have a talk with the kids for a printed copy of the about the problem. He usual- rates. She had not seen the ly tells them, "this is your rates as were sent to all of the warning!" townships. The city approved licens- Mayor Phelps asked es for the following busi- police chief Alan Wahl about nesses: On sale license for being called by the county the Loose Moose, and the sheriff's office to assist with VFW Club $1,200 each, to be calls to Storden and Jeffers. paid quarterly; Off Sale They call occasionally when license for the Loose Moose they do not have enough peo- and VFW club $100.00 each; pie to send some one there. Sunday intoxicating liquor Phelps was concerned license $100.00 each. about liability of the city Off Sale 3.2 beer license, while Wahl is on those calls. Expressway; Cigarette Phelps said he was unaware license, $20.00 Maynard's, of the practice. Wahl said, and Expressway; Games, "they do not make that many Loose Moose, and VFW calls." Phelps said, "five or Club, $15.00 per game. six?' "Yes that's about right," The city purchased a said Wahl. snowblower to be used at the The council had received city hall and library. However, a complaint from a couple there is no place near by to who live near the school store it. The council decided about kids, during the day, to move the dog kennel build- going fast past their place, ing, at the yard waste dump, The couple has small chil- to the back of the library. It dren and are worried for their was also decided to house the safety, dog pound in a portion of the Wahl said, "I have set up former recycling shed. watches in the area but these kids with cell phones let my September Police report: whereabouts be known." He Three tickets issued; also mentioned, it is not only search warrant and arrest the kids, some are adults, and made; two county assists; one even some of the bus drivers theft report. are going to fast. Kate Jorgenson presented Dayna Comnick with Flowers and a balloon for her 1,000th Kill at the game with Southwestern United last Thursday night. CALL 274-61 36 OR 1 -800-41 O- 1859 m eaves... Walnut Grove -- Tom Hansen was busy Monday morning sweeping wet leaves from the city streets. ,Ch arger --- From page 9 The longest drive of the night came on the next Charger series when Joel brought the ball out from a couple yards deep in the end zone. He brought it out to the Charger's 27 yard line. On the next play Buchrnan called his own number picking up about 7 yards. Buchman completed another screen to Jarmer picking up about 26 yards to the 32 of the Wildcats. The drive was capped offwith a 32 yard run by Otto. Anthony Koch ram- bled in for the 2 point con- version putting the score at 44-6. The final drive the JV squad got in their play time with Andrew Benson scoring on a 10 yard pass from Jake Otto. The extra point attempt failed but the Chargers upped their lead to a final of 50-6. The Chargers will play their f'mal game Wednesday at home against Hills Beaver Creek. Passing: Buchman com- pleted 7 of 14 passes for 112 yards and 1 extra point; J. Otto completed 1 pass for 10 yards and a touchdown. Rushing: Matt Otto had 104 yards and on TD on 9 rushes; Buchman had 74 yards on 13 carries, a touch- down, an extra point; Jarmer had 7 caries for 65 yards and 2 TD's; Joel had 20 yards on 4 carries and 1 TD; Schoborg had 1 carry for a TD. Receiving: Jarmer had 2 catches for 46 yards; M Otto Charger Tristan Joel crossed the goal line untouched last Friday night at Brewster. had 1 catch for 34 yards; yards. Bunting had a catch for 14 Defense: Schoborghad 16 yards; A Benson had 1 catch tackles and 1.5 sacks; Weis for 10 yards and a TD; Logan had 15 tackles and 2 sacks; Weis had a catch for 3 yards Eli Gundermann had 10 and an extra point; Trey tackles; Matt Otto and Kockelman had a catch for 8 Buchman each had 9 tackles; yards; Sean McCroskey had Bunting had 7 tackles and 2 1 catch for 7 yards, sacks; Jake Otto had 7 tack- Punting: Walker les and 1 sack; Tyson Berg Christians had one punt for had 7 tackles; Joel had 4 29 yards, tackles and 1 interception. Kick returns: Joel had 2 for 42 yards; Koch had 1 for 20 yards; M Otto had 1 for 10 JV football gets win over SWU Eric Larson, coach The JV Chargers took care of business on the road last week as they beat Southwest United 24-0. WWG wasted little time as they moved the ball downfield on their first possession and capped it off with a 3-yard touchdown by Anthony Koch. In the second quarter, Koch scored again on a 25-yard pass from Jake Otto and took a 12-0 lead into halftime. WWG put the game away in the 3rd quarter with touchdown receptions from Zach VandeKieft and Matt Kleven. SWU didn't sniff the endzone all game as WWG racked up three sacks by Anthony Koch, Matt Kleven, and Dawson Iverson; and two intercep- tions by Nicholas Berg and Jack Jorgenson. Offensively for WWG: Jake Otto passed for 130 yards, and three TD pass- es. Zach VandeKieft led all receivers with 60 yards on two receptions. Brandon Pacholl, Jack Jorgenson, Anthony Koch, AJ Quade, Kennedy Her, Matt Kleven,and Jason Yang all caught passes for WWG. Anthony Koch led all rush- ers with 75 yards, while Bee Xiong had 40, Jason Yang 25, Jake Otto 23, Kennedy Her 15, and ChueYee Xiong 10. 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