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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Page 9 The Chargers, though out-manned, played with a ,lot of heart By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- Last Friday evening the Chargers knew they had their work cut out for them, facing fourth ranked Edgerton Ellsworth at 6-0 in the conference. Unfortunately, even though the Chargers gave it their best effort, they could not keep up with the speed of the Dutchmen. Starting off the first quar- ter the Chargers received the opening kickoff and con- trolled the line of scrimmage for 16 plays moving down to the 20 of the Dutchmen where they turned the ball over on downs. Five plays WWG Charger Kyle Kuehl looks up field as he slips a tackle against the Dutchmen. later the Dutchmen showed their power taking the ball to the end zone after just 5 carries scoring on a 41 yard romp. The extra point con- version failed, but the Dutchmen were on top 6-0. A minute and a half later the Dutchmen scored again on a 34 yard jaunt. With the 2 pointer the Dutchmen upped their lead to 14-0. Early in the second quar- ter the Dutchmen tacked on 8 more points bumping the score to 22-0. Then the Chargers had a good drive going but fum- bled near the 40 of the Dutchmen, 3 plays later the Dutchmen scored again on a 50 yard run. On the next Charger possession a pass was picked off by the Dutchmen and returned for another score, making the half time score 34-0 in favor of the Dutchmen. In the second half the Chargers got on the board when Anthony Ross com- pleted a two yard pass to Andrew Quade for the score. Meanwhile the Dutchmen added 20 more points in the third to up their lead to 54-6. The Dutchmen then tacked on a final touchdown in the fourth quarter to make the final score 64-6. Offense Passing: Anthony Ross com- pleted 18 of 28 for 149 yards, one TD, and 1 inter- ception. Nathan Ross had 3 of 5 completions for 20 yards. Receiving: Quade had 9 catches for 55 yards an 1 TD; Nathan Ross had 3 catches for 55 yards; Xiong had 4 catches for 25 yards; Jack Jorgenson had 2 catch- es for 15 yards. Rushing Rushing: Quade had 10 carries for 41 yards; Kyle Kuehl had 9 carries for 13 yards; Vande Kieft had 2 carries for 20 yards. Punting: Jake Kleven had 3 kicks for 91 yards. Kickoff returns: Quade had 3 for 60 yards; Chee Xiong had 1 for 33 yards; Vande Kieft had 1 for 14 yards; Abraham Her had 1 return for 7 yards. Defense Kyle Kuehl had 14 tack- les; Quade had 10 tackles; Xiong had 8 tackles; Nathan Ross had 7 tackles; Jorgenson had 4 tackles; Jake Kleven and Isaac Winter each had 3 tackles; Tommy Lee had 2 tackles and a sack. WWG Charger Koua Vang tackles a Dutchmen runner. WWG Charger Nathan Ross trys to dodge a tackler from Edgerton last Friday night. OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM I Weekly leaders Greg Carlson 84 Becky Knakmuhs 81 Jacob Jenniges84 Kerry Knakmus81 Keith Kottke 83 Leo Theisen 81 Micara Baker 82 Greg Hansen 80 Josh Kottke 82 Keith Kottke was our weekly winner with 19 right. If he had picked Dallas he would have had a perfect score, but not many get 19 right, so good job Keith. There were a couple with 17 right and several with 16 right, so it was a pretty good week. I really wasn't expecting the Gophers to do well enough to win against the Terrapins, whatever that is. But then I noticed they were missing some key players also. I really am not crazy with all the schools added to the Big Ten. What is there now, 16 schools? I really don't know. I guess growing up being a diehard Gopher fan it is hard to keep inter- ested in the Big Ten now that it's the big 16 or whatever. I guess the Lynx are probably one of the few teams in town that has any kind of track record, but they don't hardly get a mention for their achieve- ments, especially from the national media. DAVE SCHNEIDER 2'21 Custom Built Cabinets & Countertops / Servingourlocalcustomerso'~~274-5555 507.227.4937 / I 1 I Grove Chargers 00 :; 40:1681 I 507-274-6111 or507-859-2142 Delivering daily to Westbrook Westbrnok Auto. Wahlys' Wheels Duane's Body Shop 2795 20th St Slayton, MN 56172 (507) 836-8545 Storden, MN Phone 507-445-3417 Lamberton, MN Phone 507-752-7020 FDIG :- RULES OF THE GAME To enter just check the winning team for each game on the official blank below and put down the scores for the "Special Game" only, listed at the bottom. You may bring your entry to the Westbrook Sentinel office or Bubai Foods, before closing time on Friday afternoon or you may mail it to Sentinel Tribune, Box 98, Westbrook, MN 56183, before the post offme closes on Friday afternoon. Entries must have a Friday date stamped on the enve- lope by the Post Office. Because of our Monday deadline, entries mailed on time, but not delivered by the post office until Tuesday, will NOT be eligible for the weekly prizes, but will be included for the overall standings. All eligible entries will be judged by members of the newspaper staff and decisions of the judges is final. In case of ties, drawings will determine the winning place. Contest is open to everyone except employees of Sentinel Tribune, and their immediate families. Entries will receive one point for each correct game, including the Special Game which will also be used as a tie breaker. Total points will accumulate each week and the top point getters will be listed each week, along with the names ot the weekly winners. Entry forms may be reproduced on a copier,(please DO NOT reduce or enlarge entries) but limit one entry per person. Extra entry forms available in the Westbrook office. WEEK OF October 19, 2016 NAME Addres-s- -- ------ --- .Zip__ Fill Circle of the Winners Only COLLEGE RUTGERS 0 GOPHERS 0 ARKANSAS 0 AUBURN 0 WASHINGTON ST 0 ARIZONA ST 0 WISCONSIN 0 IOWA 0 OKLAHOMA ST 0 KANSAS 0 !TEXAS 0 KANSAS ST 0 OLE MISS 0 LSU 0 COLORADO 0 STANFORD 0 UTAH 0 UCLA 0 INDIANA O NORTHWESTERN O PRO CLEVELAND 0 CINCINNATI 0 WASHINGTON 0 DETROIT 0 OAKLAND 0 JACKSONVILLE 0 NEW ORLEANS 0 KANSAS CITY 0 BUFFALO 0 MIAMI 0 BALTIMORE 0 N.Y. JETS 0 INDIANAPOLIS 0 TENNESSEE 0 SAN DIEGO 0 ATLANTA 0 TAMPA BAY 0 SAN FRANCISCO 0 Tie Breaker VIKINGS EAGLES PICK THE SCORE IN THIS GAME