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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Page 11 Comnick earns 1,000th-career kill at Orange Out By Cathy Baumann Coach Orange was the color of the night for Kate's Kourage Night at the WWG/SWU volleyball match Thursday, October 10. The WWG Volleyball program, along with the Loggers JO funds for Kate Jorgenson's recovery journey. Serving over 560 people at the Whopper Feed, along with t-shirt sales, raffle ticket sales, and donations, they raised over $20,000 for the cause!!! To add the cher- ry to the top of the sundae, Dayna Comnick also earned WWG Charger Coach, Cathy Baumann, congratulated Dayna Comnick on getting her 1000th kill against Southwestern United last week as Dayna's sister and assistant coach, Stephanie Comnick, looked on. WWG Charger Mariah Olson made a hit against the Wildcats in volleyball action last week Volleyball program, put on her 1,000th-career kill at the a successful event to raise home match!!! With every seat in the gym filled, the intensity was set high for an excit- ing conference match up between the WWG Chargers and undefeated SWU Wildcats. Although the Chargers came out aggres- sive defensively and swing- ing strong offensively in the first two sets, they were unable to keep the momen- tum going through the last two sets of the match. The Chargers ultimately lost the match in four sets with scores of 26-24, 23-25, 14-25, and 16-25. The Chargers gave a strong showing from the ser- vice line with a 96% team performance. Comnick was 18 for 18 with 5 aces on the night, along with 100% performances from Cassidy Mischke and Madison Takle each with 2 aces, and Elizabeth Woelber with 1 ace. Mariah Olson also earned an ace serve from the end line. Needing 18 kills to make her 1,000th-career kill goal, Comnick put down 19 kills on the night. Mischke earned herself 8 kills, followed by Olson with 6, Takle with 5, and Woelber and Jordaan Joel each with 2. Abby Herding also earned herself WWG Charger Madison Takle hit the ball against the Wildcats last week a kill on the night, along with setting up 39 assists. Comnick continued her aggressive performance on defensive as well, digging up 16 balls. Woelber matched Comnick's performance earn- ing herself 16 digs, along with Herding earning 12, Mischke and Takle each with 11, and Joel and Olson each with 4 digs. Takle also showed her strength defen- sively at the net with 2 block assists, along with Mischke, Joel, Olson, and Morgan Dennistoun each putting up a block assist. Chargers place 4th in Brown Division at Subway Classic By Cathy Baumann Coach The Chargers traveled to Marshall Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12 to play in the Subway Classic at SMSU. The Charers went- i-1 durg'oot= ply on Friday night with a loss to Central Minnesota Christian and a win over St. James, seeding them 1st in the Brown Division on Saturday. Saturday morn- ing, the Chargers started out strong against Legacy Christian Academy, but were unable to gain con- trol throughout the next two rounds against MCC and GFW. Ultimately, the Chargers finished 1-2 on the day with a 4th place finish in the Brbwn Division. :  Th Char#rs  vere con- sistent from the service line with a 96% team per- formance. Abby Herding showed her precision from the back line earning 11 aces throughout the week- end. She was joined by Madison Takle giving a 100% serving performance with 8 aces, along with Cassidy Mischke and Dayna Comnick each earning 5, and Mariah Olson and Sophie Horkey each earning 1 ace. Herding also navigated the offense, putting up 71 set assists over the week- end. Comnick also set up 4 assists and Takle set up 1 assist. Comnick led the team in kills, putting down 38 kills total. She was followed by Mischke putting down 21 kills, Takle and Herding each with 7, Jordaan Joel with 6, Olson with 5, and Morgan WWG finish regular season with a sweep over MLA 3-0 By Cathy Baurnann Coach The Chargers traveled to Mountain Lake Monday, October 14 to finish up their last regular season and conference match. WWG swept the MLA Wolverines 3-0 with set scores of25-17, 25-17, and 25-8. This win solidified a 3rd place finish in the Red Rock Conference with a record of 7-3. The Chargers gave another strong perfor- mance from the service line with 100% showings from Abby Herding, Cassidy Mischke, Mariah Olson, Elizabeth Woelber, Kaylee Mischke, and Payton Sentinel Tribune available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug, Maynards Grocery, ExpressWay Shady Drive Inn Determan. Herding also earned 3 aces from the end line, along with C. Mischke and Olson each earning 2, and Dayna Comnick earn- ing 1 ace on the night. Herding led the offense, setting up 25 assists and putting down 7 kills on the night. Comnick took advantage of her setter, put- ting down 14 kills on the night. She was joined by C. Mischke with 5 kills, Madison Takle with 3, Jordaan Joel with 2, and Mariah Olson and Mady Johnson each with 1 kill. Joel protected the net defensively, put- ting up 1 solo block and 1 block assist. She was joined by Takle with an assist. Defensively in the back court, Comnick led the team with 18 digs, along with Woelber with 14, C. Mischke and Takle each with 10, Johnson with 5, Herding with 4, Joel with 3, K. Mischke and Morgan Dennistoun each with 2, and Alexa Byers, Olson, and Determan each with 1 dig on the night. 21573C Personal Service on New & Existing Cattle Barns, Shops & Homes Polyurethane Spray Foam Insulation Fiberglass Blowing Insulation We can do hydro doors, bifold doors Bin foundations Spray ceilings on metal roofs to insulate and prevent rust Blow in your attic from a small addition to a large shop NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL! Wahl Spray Foam Insulation Matt Wahl Cell: 507/828-7265 Home: 507/859-2865 * Walnut Grove, MN Website: wahlsprayfoaminsulation.com Dennistoun and Elizabeth Woelber each with 2 kills. Woelber showed her quickness and skill in the back row, digging up 39 attacks throughout the tour- nament. She was joined by Comnick with 31 digs, Herding with 30, Takle with 25, Mischke with 22, Joel and Olson each with 6, Horkey and Mady Johnson each with 4, Alexa Byers with 2, and Kaylee Mischke with 1 dig. Cominick also put up 1 solo block and 3 assists defensively at the net. She was joined by Olson with 4 block assists, Takle with 2 assists, and Joel with 1 block assist. THE RODNEY NACKERUD ESTATE IS OFFERING THE FOLLOWING LAND FOR SALE Legal: Parcel #1: The North Half of the Northeast Quarter (N1/2 NE1/2) of Section 8, Township 108, Range 38, Cottonwood County, Minnesota Parcel #2: The Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NE1/4 NE 1/4) of Section 16, Township 108, Range 38, Cottonwood County, Minnesota Terms of Sale: I) Interested Buyers shall submit a sealed bid to the Birkholz Law Office at P.O. Box 461, St. James, MN 56081, by 12:00 o'clock noon on the 8th day of November, 2013. 2) The sale shall be held at the Walnut Grove Community Center, Walnut Grove, Minnesota at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 13th day of November, 2013. 3) All bidders should be present. The sale will be conducted in the usual auction manner. All bidders will be given the opportunity to raise their bids. 4) The successful bidder shall be required to enter into a contract for Deed on the date of the sale. 5) There shall be a down payment of Twenty Percent (20%) of the sale price due and payable on the date of the sale. The remaining balance shall be due and payable without interest on or before the 15th day of December, 2013. 6) On the date of the closing, the Sellers will deliver a Probate Deed and accompanying probate documents, and a current abstract of title conveying good and marketable title, subject to covenants, conditions, easements, and restrictions of record. 7) The Buyer shall pay all real estate taxes and assessments due and payable in 2014 and thereafter. 8) Possession shall be given to the Buyer on the date of closing. 9) The property is being sold in an "as is"condition. The Sellers are making no representations as to the exact acreage, tile or condition of the properties. It is Buyer's responsibility to be familiar with the present condition of the property including, but not limited to, the total acres, tillable acres, nature and quality of the soils, and lay of the land. lO)The CERValue is: Parcel #1:77 Parcel #2:74 II) Tillable acres: Parcel #1:77 .I Parcel #2:38.11 12) The Sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids. 13) The Sellers reserve the right to waive any irregularities in the sale and to modify the terms of sale on the day of sale and to accept any bid they deem to be in their best interests. For information concerning the real estate, please contact Kay Koblegard at 507-829-7374 or Daniel A. Birkho!z at 507-375-3374, Birkholz Law LLC, P.O. Box 461 St. James, MN 56081. { t