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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Page 8 argers wln Charger B squad wins one nd losses one By Jessica Laleman, coach The Chargers fought hard against the HLO Wildcats on Thursday, October 13. The Chargers dropped the first two sets but showed their heart and won the next three. The scores were 20-25, 23-25, 27-25, 25-19, 15-11. Talitha Horkey was the serving threat for the Chargers going 14 for 18 with 6 aces. Emma Woelber was 18 for 20 with 4 aces and Brittany Erickson was 19 for 19 with 2 aces. Cassidy Mischke lead in kills with 20 on the night while Brittany Erickson added 16 and Halle Steen added 4. Grace Woelber had a phenomenal night in the back row digging up 40 balls while Emma Woelber added 25 digs. Emma Woelber also had 40 assists. Camryn Bunting solo blocked 2 hits and assist- ed 4 blocks. Brittany Erickson added a solo block. The Chargers are now 20-6 on the season and 8-1 in the conference. SCHOOL MENU October 24-28, 2016 Breakfast Monday: Breakfast pizza, diced peaches, juice, milk Tuesday: Vanilla yogurt, granola, strawberries, juice, milk Wednesday: Krave pouch, bananas, juice, milk Thursday: WG bagel, applesauce, juice, milk Friday: WG pancake on a stick, yogurt, juice, milk Lunch Monday: WG mini corn dogs, baked beans, tossed salad, fruit, milk Tuesday: Hamburger on WG bun, sweet potato fries, tossed salad, fruit, milk Wednesday: Teriyaki chicken, green beans, fruit, milk Thursday: WG turkey sub, fries, carrots, fruit, milk Friday: WG pepperoni pizza, broccoli/cheese sauce, fruit, milk tional 4-H Week Westbrook Rosehill 4-H members, along with Cottonwood County Extension Agent Crystal Reith traveled to Walnut Grove to pro- mote 4-H during National 4-H Week. Pictured with Mrs. Quade's first grade class are Andrew Quade, Tommy Lindstrom, Brittany Erickson, Gabby Grams and Crystal Reith. Submitted photo Coloring contest winners for 4-H. Back row from left: Hudsen Jenniges, Natalie Wahl, Olivia Locke, Cheyanne Vang, Haliegh Knudson, Elijah Dapron. Front Row from left: Hadley Jenniges, Lauryn Bender, Miranda Mischke, Miles Dapron, Talan Hall, Sydney Swenson Submitted photo SMALL P Join Sanford Westbrook on Thursday, Oct. 27 at the \ Worku Metaferia, FNP. Coffee, juice, and dessert will be served in the Senior Dining area at the Community Center. SANF. RD" Westbrook 252386 By Stephanie Doubler, coach The Chargers hosted Edgerton on Tuesday, October 4 for Parents' Night. Unfortunately, the Charger B Squad came up short against the Flying Dutchmen losing the match in two games: 22-25 and 15-25. Offensively, Talitha Horkey, Emily Onken, and Makayla Ewy led the Chargers with 3 kills each. Madison Deunistoun and Alli VandeKiefl each had 1 kill. Lexi Herding earned 9 set assists for the night. Defensively, Lexi Herding led the Chargers digging up 8 attacks. Makayla Ewy had 5 digs. Emma Wahl and Talitha Horkey each had 4 digs each. Top servers for the night were Alli VandeKieft, Emily Onken, and Kate Jorgenson each with 1 ace. The Chargers hosted Ellsworth on Thursday, October 6. The Chargers won in two games: 25-17 and 25-13. Offensively, Madison Dennistoun and Talitha Horkey led the Chargers with 3 kills each. Alli VandeKieft, Emily Onken, and Makayla Ewy each had 1 kill. Lexi had 7 set assists for the night. Defensively, libero Emma Wahl led the Chargers with 10 digs. Talitha Horkey (9 digs) and Makayla Ewy (8 digs) also had a great night defensively. Top servers for the night were Talitha Horkey (7 for 7) with 3 aces, Lexi Herding (10 for 12) with 3 aces, Emily Onken (9 for 11) with 2 aces, Makayla Ewy (5 for 5) with 1 ace, and Emma Wahl (4 for 4) with 1 ace. JV foot II end By Steve LeBoutillier, coach The WWG Charger JV football team finished their season with 2 wins and 2 losses. On the first day of school the JV team traveled down to Hills to take on the Patriots. The Chargers had trouble putting points on the board as they came away with a 32 to 0 loss. After a cancellation by Edgerton (I think they were scared of us) the JV team traveled to Mt. Lake to meet the Wolverines. By halflime Mt. Lake was up 24 to 0 and the situation was looking bleak for the Chargers. But the team came alive in the third quarter as Jace Paplow punctured the Wolverine line for two touchdowns behind some stellar blocking by the offensive line. His first TD was a 60 yard romp and his second TD was from 10 yards out. Parker Freeburg made some nice catches for extra points, with the passes right on target from freshman Nathan Ross. Defensively Isaac Winter and Yeng Xiong had numerous tackles. On Tuesday, October 4, the Madelia JV came to Westbrook looking to avenge their double overtime loss to the Chargers last season. It was not to be as WWG came away with a convincing 32 to 0 shellacking of the Blackhawks. Touchdown number 1 was scored by Winter on a 20 yard scamper in his usual zig-zag style. The extra points came from a Ross to Freeburg pass. The second TD was the result of a silent count 5 yard sneak by quarterback Ross. He passed to Winter for the conversion points. The third TD was a 4 yard snowplow dive by "the fridge", Chris Ebling. Yeng Xiong provided the fullback block and Wyatt Christians opened the initial hole. A pass from Ross to Chris Vande Kieft gave the Chargers 2 more points. The final TD was the result of a 50 yard screen pass from Ross to Yeng Xiong. Chueyee Xiong provided the extra points on an end-around sweep. Defensively Chueyee Xiong and Jake Kleven had an interception each while Ethan Parker had 2 QB sacks and Christians had one. The final JV game was on October 10 at Westbrook as the Chargers took on the MACCRAY Wolverines WWG came away with a 24 to 14 win in a hard-hitting battle. MACCRAY scored ftrst after an unfortunate fum- ble by the Chargers. The local team regrouped in the second quarter as Winter found the end zone on a 20 yard sweep. Ross to Freeburg provided the next 2 points. The next touchdown was on a 15 yard sweep by running back Vande Kiefl. Ross to Freeburg was successful again for 2 points. The final Charger TD was another QB sneak by Ross. The usual, Ross to Freeburg pass, gave WWG 24 points. MACCRAY scored late in the game to make the final score 24 to 14. Chuyee Xiong, Christians, Yeng Xiong and Abraham Her had QB sacks while Kleven had 2 interceptions and Christians had one. Those playing JV football this season were: Abraham Her, Yeng Xiong, Isaac Winter, Nathan Ross, Jake Kleven, Chris Vande Kiefl, Pasyn Parker, Jace Paplow, Allen Roberts, Parker Freeburg, Jared Sanchez, Chris Ebling, Wyatt Christians, Ethan Parker, Ben Olson, Remmington Parker, Ian Mackie, Dakota Roberts, Tyler Kiethahn, Chueyee Xiong and Jason Yang. Congressman Collin you m D While there's a lot of dysfunction in Congress, l've always worked hard to break through the partisanship to find common ground on issues that are important to our country. With your help, rve been able to improve our rural hospitals, agriculture policy, small businesses and communities. for your past support and Paidfor by Peterson for Congress