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Decembem._.r9_L2009 Page.9 Bowling News W Lad; Ch0000rs go 1-1 in first week Tracy Lanes Wednesday Night Ladies December 2, 2009 Landuyt Trucking 44-12 M & K Construction34-22 Hoyt Oil 30-25.5 Oleson's Mercantile 28-28 Jacob Trucking 28-28 I'eversedge Auction 28-28 KirPatrick's 26-30 Blind 5.5-50.5 High Games Lori Freeburg 211 Lu Anderson 210 Christy Hemp 192 High Series Lu Anderson 524 Wendy Knakmuhs 507 Lori Freeburg 492 Lamberton Lanes Thursday Merchants December 3, 2009 Wanda Legion 36 - 12 Kibble 28 - 20 Gravediggers 24 - 24 Dans Repair 21 - 27 Our Own Hdw. 20 - 28 Kronbach Flring. 15 - 33 High Games George Hanson 223 Gary Lensing 208 George Hansen 201 High Series George Hansen 601 Mike Frank 535 Roger Frericks 524 Lamberton Lanes Ladies League December 1, 2009 Wanda Insurance 31 17 Westbrook VFW 29 19 Slipper Inn 28 20 Fischer Farms 26 22 Legion/Dans Rep. 25 23 Lamberton Lanes 20 28 Kronbach Flring. 18 - 30 C & N Saloon 15 - 33 Lamberton Lanes Tuesday Mens December 1, 2009 Lamberton Lanes 14 - 6 Hoyt Oil/Conven. 11 - 9 Goblirsch Motors 11 - 9 YXZZYX 10- 10 Jerry's Carpet Serv. 8 - 12 WG Bar/Grill 6 - 14 High Games High Game Jay Swanson 214 Sue Imker 190 Jerry Field 195 Heidi Conyers 190 Dave Baumann 191 Sheila Salfer 186 High Series High Series Jay Swanson 591 Sheila Salfer 510 Dave Baumann 535 Cheri Dallmann 488 Mel Hammerschmidt 532 Sue Imker 476 I-tear the Call Wolves aren't alone in needing a balanced ecosystem. Help biologists and sportsmen protect our natural treasures Saf, ari (:lul) Internal hmal l+bundalion 800.377.5399 Chargers defeat Wabasso Charger Mason Comnick put up a shot against Wabasso last week. The Chargers defeated the Rabbits 69-63. Submitted photo. By Coach Woelber The 2009-2010 season opener on Tuesday, December 1st for the Lady Chargers took them to Wabasso to face the Rabbits. The Chargers came out with a strong first half but struggled in the second half and fell to the Rabbits by a score of 60-45. The Chargers were able to move the ball well on the Rabbits and succeed- ed in getting two of their bigger girls in foul trouble early. WWG's full court press helped them stay with Wabasso. The score was tied at 18 for a long stretch, but the Rabbits came on strong and sent the Chargers to the locker room down by 9 with a score of 33--24. The second half was a struggle for WWG as they were not able to score even after having great shot attempts. This took the wind out of their sails and the Rabbits were too much to handle. The Rabbits were up by 22 at one point. The Chargers did not give up and fought back to make the final score 60-45. Junior Chanel Madson was the leading scorer for the Chargers with 16 points. Sara Jarmer and Anne Woelber chipped in 5 points a piece and Woelber was leading rebounder with 6. The girls shot 54% from the freethrow line and a chilly 25% from the field. Wabasso freshman Kim Frank lead the Rabbits with 25 points. WWG 24 21 45 Wabasso33 27 60 WWG and Round Lake The Chargers went back to practice and worked hard on what needed to be done to defeat their next oppo- nent and it paid off as they defeated Round Lake Brewster on Friday, December 4th by a score of 70-39. WWG came out strong with their full court press and RLB struggled to get the ball up the court. The Chargers also did a tremendous job of passing the ball up the court for some great fast breaks. Sara Jarmer came up with 5 big steals, while Kristie Hoffman and Chanel Madson took away 4 throughout the night. Kylie Erickson had 3 assists and 12 points and Madson sizzled the nets with 26 points. Taylor Elzenga was lead- ing rebounder with 5 boards. Overall, the team shot 41% from the field but struggled at the free throw line and shot only 30%. The Chargers travel for their next game as they take on Murray County Central on Thursday, December 10. WWG 40 3O 7O RLB 21 18 39 Individual Scoring Results K. Hoffman-6, K. Erickson-12, A. Quade-4, S. Jarmer-4, C. Madson- 26, M. Jarmer-6, M. Frank-4, T. Elzenga-6, A. Woelber-2, P. Erickson-2. charge r Chanel Madson put , against ,LB :last F:ridy. ight. up a shot CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE BIG RESULTS Charger Melody Horkey pulled the ball away from a RLB player last week. B-Squad Lady Chargers Rollover By Coach Adam Kletscher On Friday night, December 4, the B-squad played host to the RLB Raiders. The Chargers played a great game win- ning 55-14. The Chargers played very well defen- sively grabbing a team total 22 steals. On the offensive end, the Chargers were able to attack the Raider defense and get some nice buck- ets. Paige Erickson paced the Chargers with 19 points, 5 steals, and 6 rebounds.. Molly Jarmer 10 points, 5 steals. Taylor Elzenga 8 points,: 6 rebounds. Katie Duel 6 points, 6 steals. Halley Osland 4 points. Darian Gilb 2 points, 3 rebounds. Karley DePrez 2 points, 7 boards. Maddie Frank and Anne Woelber 2 points each. Lady Charger B-Squad opens season with win By Coach Adam Kletscher On Tuesday, December 1, the B-squad ladies headed to Wabasso to take on the Rabbits in their first game of the year. The Chargers came out ready to play. The girls moved the ball well offensively and were able to break the Rabbit press. The Chargers kept the lead the entire game and won 50-42. Paige Erickson led the Chargers with 22 points and 4 rebounds. 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