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SENTINEL TRIBUNE SPORTS Wednesday, November 3, 2010 Page 11 Chargers drop playoff game against Fulda Severe wind running attack, but passing tion on a short kick, the when Comnick sprinted nine made playing conditions very bad Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune FULDA -- "It was a dark and stormy night," but that did not deter the Chargers from taking the field with winning on their minds. A fierce westerly wind blowing with gusts over 50 miles per hour presented problems for the Chargers. Normally they have a potent passing game to compliment a pretty good into the wind was not an option. The Chargers kept pace with the Raiders for three quarters trailing 19-14. Then in the fourth quarter the Raiders scored a pair of touchdowns to seal the vic- tory at 35-14. In the opening drive of the game the Raiders scored on a 12 play 62 yard drive. They kicked the extra point to take the lead at 7-0 at 6:21 in the first period. Even though the Chargers had the wind they were unable to score in the first period. In the second quarter after getting good field posi- Chargers got on the board after Jake Comnick picked up a couple of first downs and Lindaman completed an 11 yard gain on a pass to Aaron Theisen. Then Lindaman scored on a keeper from the one. Lindaman tossed a two point conversion to NickLehnhoff to take their only lead at 8-7. The Raiders answered with a pair of touchdowns, although the Chargers stopped both extra point attempts, but the Raiders regained the lead at 19-8. The score remained the same into the half. In the third period the Chargers upped their score yards for the score, to pull the Chargers within 4 points 19-14 at the end of the third quarter. After that the Chargers were not able to get much going and the Raiders put up two fourth quarter scores to seal the victory at 35-14. The Chargers ended their season at 4-5 Comnick picked up 69 yards on 19 carries. Lindaman had 100 yards on 14 of 26 passes and one interception. Comnick had 18 tackles and Levi Brummer had 16. Theisen had 6 catches for 65 yards and Comnick had 3 grabs for 19 yards. ~ ~,,@ •0 • • ? • •0 • ~entlne,. . WWG Charger Dana Madson secures the ball Tribune Tin after receiving a pass from Jared Lindaman • L" r • lne last week in the section 3 A playoffs at Fulda. • T~ • lI yOU see news • happening or • __ • have a story • O~.T,-,,",T ~ . • • I idea call our ot nuuL i ,enuneL i • News Tip Line. • MENU i I i i 274-6136 or November 8-12, 2010 I ...... ~ ...... I t ~ ~t ~ ~,~-,~ Monday: Spaghetti, garlic I ~ t°_ ] • I-SUU-4III-183~ • toast, green beans, fruit, car- I _. . m,~_~_, _ ] rot sticks, milk • • • • IOleson's Mercantilel Due to staff hm~ta- coTU, e~aYshB::%~t?sCah:~: [ HoytOil & I ._O_ t_i0n_s__wemay, not • wich, milk I ~anvonioneo I • always be able to • Wednesday: Mr. Rib on I r,~__'{"_: ~,;~""_':S ] respond to your tips bun, potato smiles, apple I DuDal t~rocery I • or ideas. However • crisp, applesauce, carrot I Thriftaz Whitp I . we will do our best . sticks, milk - • - ..... I "- I to gave every call ba~::?::y, c~#2st~c~gs: [~/r../~~Y~' ..... [ • m, full regard. • 1hank you for your fruit, brownie, bread, milk II±vxetyuet~u~b.]Ynro ~Wnxr~rut;~rY']1 • , • • • • • help aria consider- Friday: Tony s Pizza, cau- . . . . lifomia blend/cheese sauce, ] c~_t'_=~S_~_'_'~rs____ I The Charger defense had a tough time bringing down the big full- • ation • carrot sticks, fruit, bread, [ ~uauy L~rlve inn ] back from Fulda in last week's playoff game. • • milk -- • • • • • • ............... U 9 I LI. l I ~ I ~ I ...... / !~ I O U l I ~ ........... o e ter just fill in the circle of the winning team 1 -- ~ ~ in A ....... for each game on the official blank'below and, put ~ ~ ll • ~ ~ • • ~ ~ __~ 1 ~ ~ _l_ down the scores for the "Special Game" only, listed l~ ~ ~ llU ~ ~ • • • -- ~ ~ ~l ~ ~ ml~ at the bottom. You may bring your entry to the F~I~ULU~ll I ~l/~UI ILeaL Westbrook Sentinel office or Oleson's Mercantile I lll First Security Bank Storden, MN Phone 507-445-3417 175393 ~~_ j oeWHIZ WALKER SEZ... sh Kottke and Aaron Theisee tied for first place this ek with 16 right, Kottke was the win~er o~ the tie breaker. Steve kel~outilller still leads overall with ! I ~ points. With his win this week Josh Kottke moved i~to second ~lace with 114 points overall. It was ,o surprise that the ~ophers lost this week ~gainst Ohio ~tate. The Vikings took it o. the thi~ agai~ (literally) as l~ret Favre had $ stitches in his chi. after a vicious hit by a Patriot. The a~nou~oers said it was a clea~ hit ~ What! Any hit helmet to helmet or helmet below the face guard is a pc,airy, a~d should also draw a fi~e. Whiz (Variety Store), before closing time on Friday after- noon 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 stamoed 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 eligible for the weekly prize, 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 win- ner. 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 of the weekly winner. Entry forms may be reproduced on a copier, but limit one entry per person. Extra entry forms avail- able in the Westbrook office. 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Zip Fill Circle of the Winners Only COLLEGE AIR FORCE O ARMY ALABAMAO LSU ARIZONA ST O USC ARIZONA O STANFORD COLORADO O KANSAS ILLINOIS O MICHIGAN GOPHERS O MICHIGAN ST NORTHWESTERN O PENN STATE WASHINGTON O OREGON NEBRASKA O IOWA STATE PRO BUCCANEERS 0 . FALCONS . . BEARS 0 BILLS JETS 0 LIONS DOLPHINS 0 RAVENS PATRIOTS 0 BROWNS CHARGERS 0 TEXANS GIANTS 0 SEAHAWKS CHIEFS 0 RAIDERS SAINTS 0 PANTHERS 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 0 Tie Breaker CARDINALS VIKINGS PICK THE SCORE IN THIS GAME