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beat S 58 - SVRLB 42--The basketball team used a second quarter to beat 58 - 42 last Tuesday. The outscored SVRLB 21 - 8 quarter with four girls in double figures for the Gina Kronback had 15 and 13 points to lead the Lindaman had 5 very poorly from the game but our defense difference as we forced turnovers." FG FT ITS 5 6-8 16 6 1-3 13 5 3-5 13 6 0-2 12 2 0-0 4 1, WWG 41---WWG fell early and never really to their potential as they soundly by SJ. were outplayed and out- by a good SJ team. We some spark in the 2nd and but it was our poorest year." Stern was the individual 13 points, 10 rebounds shots. Stephanie and Gina Kronback both 1,000 point in the 3rd to them on ery outstanding ers next opponents at Westbrook on ay, December 13th and at Luverne on Friday, 14th. I 5O Heidi Steen grabbed this rebound last Tuesday a week ago as the Chargers took on the Sioux Valley - Round Lake - Brewster Raiders, at Westbrook. ST Photo. Lindaman 2 2-2 6 FG FT PTS Stecn 4 5-6 13 Kjomess 4 2-2 10 Eichner 1 0-0 2 ronback 5 0-0 10 opened up their erence season in Ig fashion last Friday winning 81 - 48. went to a 3 - 0 record shot 50% hiring shots. All five starters finished in double figures - Juhl Erickson 17, Tim Fowler 15, Nick Kuehl 14, Jason Bakke 12 and Troy Steen 10. Leading rebounders were Jason Bakke 11 and Nick Kuehl 9. Juhl Erickson had a team leading 10 assists. WWG opened up their lead in the 2nd quarter as they forged a 43 - 24 half-time lead, after 3 quarters the lead was 31 points 61 - 30. Playing a mixture of defense WWG was able to stop the Slayton attack led by 6' 11" junior center, Trevor Winter. Next game is December 14 at Round Lake. Box Score 2 3 FT FPTS N. Kuehl 6 0 2 2 14 T. Steen 5 0 0 2 10 C. Bakken 1 0 0 1 2 S. Jensen 2 0 0 0 4 M. Warner 0 0 0 0 0 W. Hanson 1 0 0 1 2 D. Klontz 1 0 0 0 2 J. Erickson 5 1 4 0 t7 T. Fowler 6 0 3 2 15 J. Bakke 5 0 2 2 12 J. Vosberg 0 0 . 02 0 C. Goehring 10 1 1 3 David and Goilaths, 5'5" guard Nate Graphensteen was Well guarded by 6'5" Troy Stern (left) and 6'5" last Friday night as the Chargers took on the ST Phofo. will be your last chance to Order '90-91 School Year CHARGER 3tshirts, T-Shirts, & Caps RED GRAY YOUTH Small (6-8) - . .Medium (10-12) Medium (8-12) . Large (14-16) Large (14-16) ADULT ----- Small Small Medium Medium -------. .Large Large X-Large -- XX-Large XX-Large CAPS $6.00 Sweatshirts: $16.00 Caps: $6.00 ify on order blank if you would like a T-shirt or Order will be made on Jan. 2, 1991 and take approximately 3 weeks for delivery. ;,aaT, g 7,7 - Club, Box 414, Westbrook, MN. 56183 Stacy Horkey and Jennifer O'Conner raced for a loose ball In action a week ago Tuesday when the SV-RL-B Raiders took on the WWG Chargers In Westbrook. ST Photo. JV wins 56 - 53 The Chargers JV team defeated Mr. Lake/Butterfield/Odin last Saturday 56 -53. Leading at all quarter breaks 14 - 9, 27 - 23, 40 - 32 the team led throughout the contest. 2 3 !,~1TM F ITS C. Bakken 2 0 0 2 4 S. Jensen 3 0 0 0 6 M. Warner 4 0 4 0 12 D. Klon~ 5 1 1 5 14 J. Vosberg 70 t 1 15 C. Gochring 2 0 1 2 5 9th wins 2 games The Chargers moved their record to 2 and 1 on the year with a hard fought win over Slayton and a lackluster performance against Mt. Lake/B/O. Shannon Burns hit 10, Scott Eichner 10, Jeff DeBates 8, Jason Phelps 5, to lead the Charger attack. Eichner hit the game winner with 15 sexzonds remaining. The Chargers played like it was a morning ballgamc in defeating Mt. Lake/B/O 49 to 40. Scoring for the Chargers was Eichner with 16, Bums 8, DeBates 8, Mike Olson 6, Bryce Goehring 5, Wester, Phelps, and Seeger with 2 each. Next 9th grade game on Saturday, December 15 at Okabena at 9:00 a.m. Bombers 56 Slayton 49 The Chargers broke open a tie game in the last quarter with .some excellent shooting and posted their 3rd win in as many outings. The Bombers hit on 7 of 10 shots in the 4th quarter and 23 of 48 for the contest in their best shooting of the season. Jim Klevcn paced the Charger attack with 6 assists, while Parker Lien and Travis Nelson pulled down 7 rebounds each to lead in that category. Three Chargers hit double figures for the contest led by Jeff DeBates 17, 6 for 6 from the line, Josh Swenhaugen 14, and Parker Lien's 11. WWG athletic events Thursday, December 13--6:30, GBB, Comfrey at WB. Friday, December 14--6:30, BBB, SVRLB at Round Lake. 6:30, GBB at Luveme. 6:30, WRR, River Valley at WB. 4:15, 7 & 8 BBB, SJ at WG. Saturday, December 15--10:(X) a.m WR at Jackson Tournament. 9:00 a.m BBB, 9th - JV at Okabena. Tuesday, December 18---6:30, GBB, Fulda at WB. 4:15, 7 & 8 GBB, SJ at Jeffers. Thursday, December 20--7 & 8 GBB/BBB. (HLOL games are cancelled because of conflict with Christmas Concert). Friday, December 21 6:30, GBB at Pipestone. Saturday, December 22---6:30, BBB, Luverne at WB. SLAYTON --- Dana Klontz signalled to teammate Jim Vosberg as the Chargers brought the ball down court against the Slayton Wildcats last Friday night at Slayton. ST Photo. University of Minnesota sets Swine Day programs Innovations to make pork production more profitable will be the focus at three Minnesota Swine Day programs in January. The programs will be Jan. 8 at the Southern Experiment Station, Waseca; Jane 9 at the VFW in Slayton and Jan. 10 at the West Central Experiment Station, Morris. The program will be the same at each site. Registration will begin at 9 a.m with the first presentation at 10 a.m. and the last one at 2:30 p.m. Topics and speakers will be: *Design principles for nursery facilities, Larry Jacobson, extension agricultural engineer, University of Minnesota. *Meeting the environmental needs of the early-weaned pig, Gerald Shurson, extension swine specialist, University of Minnesota. *Swine nutrition and management research at the University of Minnesota, Lee Johnston, extension swine specialist, West Central Experiment Station. *How can changes in pork industry work for you? Linden Olson, pork producer, Worthington, MN. *Feeding programs for the '90's, Jim Pettigrew, associate professor, Department of Animal Science, University of Minnesota. *Providing additional B vitamins to weanling pigs, Mark Wilson, associate professor, Southern Experiment Station. *New information on starter diets to maximize profit, Mike Tokach, research assistant, Department of Animal Science, University of Minnesota. *High health strategies, Gary Dial, extension veterinarian, University of Minnesota. Persons desiring more information on the 1991 Minnesota Swine Days, should contact their county extension officer. WE NEED YOU! YOU NEED US! Together we can preserve local health care service. Send Memorial Gifts to Heritage IIealth Care Foundation Westbrook, MN. 56183 WB School Lunch Menu ---Dec. 17 -21, 1990 Monday --- Hot ham and cheese on bun, curley fries, catsup, relishes, sauce, bar, sandwiches, milk. Tuesday -- Chili dog on bun, catsup, mustard, vegetable, relishes, sauce, sandwiches, milk. Wednesday -- Oven baked chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy/butter, sweet potatoes, cranberries, sauce, honey/butter sandwiches, milk. Thursday -- Escalloped potatoes, cheddarwurst sausage, lime jello w/pears, relishes, egg salad/butter sandwiches, milk or chel's salad. Friday -- Pizza, vegetable, relishes, sauce, Christmas cookie, sandwiches, milk. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! General George A. Custer ranked last in his Welt Point graduating class of 1861. The Westbrook Walnut Grove High School Mixed Chorus will appear on KEYC-TV, Channel 12, Mankato, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14TH at 5:00 p.m. Sponsored by Walnut Grove, MN. Member FDIC I I