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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS I I I II Wednesday, October 26, 2011 Page 9 I I Chargers shutout by HBC Patriots DNR QUESTION OF * For the second year in a row the Patriots had their way with the Chargers in a 44-0 win By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune two point conversion the Pats took the lead at 8-0. On the kickoff Jake Comnick had a nice return of about 28 yards just before the end of the quarter. At the start of the second quarter the Chargers contin- ued to drive into Pats territo- ry. It looked as if the Pats had the Chargers in a punting sit- uation, the Chargers faked the punt and got a first down. But then the Pats forced the ball over on downs and 4 plays later the Pats scored the first of three touchdowns in the second quarter. Just before the half the Charger defense stiffened and after a sack by Aaron Hass the Pats found themselves pinned inside their own 20. The ensuing punt left the Chargers in great field posi- tion inside the Pats 45 yard line. Unfortunately the Pats intercepted a Charger pass and ran out the clock taking a commanding 32-0 lead. In the third quarter the Pats tacked on a couple more TD's to boost the score to 44-0 at the end of the third quartet. In the fourth quarter nei- ther team was able to score and the game ended with Hills Beaver Creek winning 44-0. Passing: Jake Comnick we 11 of 15 for 55yards; Nick Lehnhoff was 6 of 13 for 31 yards and an interception. Rushing: Comnick 17 attempts for 48 yards; Matt Otto had 2 carries for 11 yards. Receiving: Dana Madson had 6 catches for 33 yards; WWG -- It was a cool crisp fall evening, perfect for football, however for the Chargers it was a struggle most of the game. Dalton Bass was the big story for the Patriots, he rushed for 215 yards and score three touch- downs against the Chargers. In the first quarter the Chargers played good enough on defense to hold the Pats to a touchdown near the end of the quarter. With the good Charger Aaron Hass dropped the Patriots quarterback deep in their own territory forcing a Patriot punt. THE WEEK Q: I've heard that inva- sive species like zebra mussels can hitchhike on boats to move from lake to lake. I like to hike and hunt. Are there invasive species that hitchhike on land? Charger Jake Comnick struggled for yardage against a tough Patriot defense last Wednesday night at Hills. Lehnhoffhad 4 catches for 22 yards; Andy Merrick had 4 catches for 20 yards; Comnick had 2 for 12 yards. Punting: Madson had 6 kicks for 172 yards. Kickoff returns: Cominck had 93 yards on 4 returns; Merrick had 11 yards on 2 returns. Defense: Madson had 12 tackles; Comnick had 11 tackles and a sack; Merrick had 11 tackles; Tyler Schoborg had 6 tackles and a fumble recovery; Otto had 6 tackles; Lehnhoff had 5 tack- les; Aaron Hass had 2 tackles and a sack. i Sentinel Tribune available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug, Maynards Grocery, ExpressWay Shady Drive Inn A: Yes, for example, invasive plant seeds can be transported in mud and hay. Invasive plants can choke out native plants and reduce wildlife habi- tat. The eggs and larvae of invasive insects like emer- ald ash borer can be spread by moving firewood. Emerald ash borer kills ash trees. By taking a few simple steps, you can prevent the spread and help keep your favorite recreation areas healthy: *Clean your outdoor gear before recreating and before leaving the recre- ation site. *Remove seeds and mud from clothes, boots, gear, pets, and vehicles. *Burn local or certified firewood. *Use local or certified weed-free hay. *Stay on trails. For more information go to: http://www.dnr. state.mn.us/invasives/ter- restrialplants/prevent the_spread.html -- Susan Burks, DNR Forestry invasive species program coordinator Sentinel Tribune FOOTBALL CONTEST WHIZ WALKER SEZ .. OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM Well I guess I made it a little tougher this week as the high score was only 14 right, but we had six people tied for first. Our winner was Daniel Schneider who was closest on the tie breaker. After this week Kristie Butler is still a leader, but Jacob Jenniges and Isaac Wahl also are co-leaders with 86 points. If the Gophers ever get a handle on the funda- mentals of the game I think they have enough talent to win. The Vike's great quarterback experiment went quite well, I thought Ponder showed he has potential to be a good quarterback. Time will tell, but I think the switch was good and the way they played the Pack il;howed there is parity in the league. Whiz Leaders: Kristi Butler 86 Jacob Jenniges 86 Isaac Wahl 86 Nate Knakmuhs 85 Leo Theisen 84 Mark Evers 83 Marvin Kleven 83 Josh Kottke 83 Ron Kottke 83 I t ] Security Bank Storden, MN Phone 507-445-3417 507-859-2154 507-274-5962 Walnut Grove Westbrook JrJl| lrn ' o 601 1st Ave THRIFTY Westbrook, Mn. WHITE 507-274-6114 Mon-Fri 9am-5:3Opm  Sat 9am-2pm Westbrook Ag P()wcr x\\;'\x\\'.xxt2 s [ ]  r( )( )k:l tp( )\\;\u r.u( )ill 5()7-2/ |-()1()! Serving our local customers Westbrook, MN 507-274-5555 Sentinel Trib00e W0000T00.OO, Auto G,R,GE 800-410-1859 803 1st Avenue ': 507-274-6136 Westbrook, MN 507.274.6561 ,, RULES OF THE GAME To enter just fill in the circle of the winning Iteam for each game on the official blank Jbelow and put down the scores for the "Special IGame" only, listed at the bottom. You may Ibring your entry to the Westbrook Sentinel office or Oleson's Mercantile (Variety Store), before closing time on Friday afternoon or you may mail it to Sentinel Tribune, Box 98, Westbrook, MN 56183, before the post office closes on Friday afternoon. Entries must have a Friday date stamped on the envelope 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 eli- gible for the weekly prize, but will be includ- ed 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 win- ner. Contest is open to everyone except employees of Sentinel Tribune, and their immediate families. Entries will receive one oint for each correct game, including the pecial 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 of the week- ly winner. Entry forms may be reproduced on a copier, but limit one entry per person. Extra entry forms available in the Westbrook office. WEEK OF October 24, 2011 NAME Address City. Fill Zip Circle of the Winners Only COLLEGE IOWA 0 GOPHERS 0 BAYLOR 0 OKLAHOMA ST 0 MICHIGAN ST 0 NEBRASKA 0 WASHINGTON ST 0 OREGON 0 ILLINOIS 0 PENN STATE 0 COLORADO 0 ARIZONA ST 0 CALIFORNIA 0 UCLA 0 CLEMSON 0 GEORGIA TECH 0 OREGON STATE 0 UTAH 0 ARIZONA 0 WASHINGTON 0 PRO ARIZONA 0 BALTIMORE JACKSONVILLE 0 HOUSTON MIAMI 0 N.Y. GIANTS NEW ORLEANS 0 ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS 0 TENNESSEE WASHINGTON 0 BUFFALO DETROIT O DENVER NEW ENGLAND O PITTSBURGH CLEVELAND O SAN FRANCISCO Tie Breaker 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 VIKINGS CAROLINA PICK THE SCORE IN THIS GAME