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e SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, December 24, 2014 Page 7 e By Karl Campbell, coach December 9 106 Anthony Axford decisioned Tayte Harazin 7-5 113 Nestor Perez pinned Omar Arrendondo 1:34 120 Daulton Carlson Majored Trevor Groebner 8-0 126 Devin Johnson pinned Nash Mayer 1:25 132 Jace Paplow deci- sioned Connor Bertram 8-5 138 Eric Bommersbach pinned Devin Skaled t :55 145 Logan Axford pinned James Ploeger :37 152 Cole Kvistro pinned Tyler Timm 3:09 160 we forfeited to Ricky Mcmath 170 Brady Goblirsch pinned Austin Bucholz 1:54 182 Chase Rahe deci- sioned Tristan Varpness 4-2 in ot 195 Isaac Ramirez deci- sioned Cole Olson 5-0 220 Cody Anderson pinned Kenny Her 4:50 285 Sam Bauer pinned Nathaniel Rosadon 3:31 Redwood River Valley 42 TMB-WWG 28 Coaches comments: As a team we had our chances to win this dual, even with- out all of our starters, so from that standpoint we were disappointed with the result. Highlight wise, they moved an experienced junior up on Jace Paplow at 132 and Jace came back in the third period to get his first varsity win. Sam Bauer had to fill in for a sick Lane Anderson, and he also performed well in get- ting his first varsity win. We traveled to Luverne Tuesday, December 16 for a tri with them and FMCC. We wrestle next in a big tour- nament at Redwood Friday and Saturday, December 20. Middle School tournament was held at Brookings last Saturday 6th -9th graders Overall the team had 36 wins and 12 losses The following kids went unbeaten on the day: Austin Bucholz Rylan Fogelson Jake Byrne Austin Axford Dereck Ellingson Tyler Timm Levi Ellingson Noah Winge WWG Elementary stu- dents K-6 joined millions around the world participat- ing in The Hour of Code during December 8-12. The Hour of Code introduces kids to programming computers. They leam terms such as cod- Elizabeth Wiggins using a iPad mini to write codes to move a zombie through a maze to eat a flower. Once successful they move on to anoth- er more difficult level. Submitted photo ing, programming, debug- ging, java script, and algo- rithms. The students were slowly introduced over the course of the past few weeks and this week spent a full hour on the computers coding through games using Angry Birds, zombies, Happy Bird, and even Frozen characters. It was simply amazing watch- ing kids get excited about something and knowing that these children are the future programmers in the world. Deer are fun to watch, but can quickly become. a nuisance when they are looking for an easy snack near houses. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources offers tips to discourage deer from becoming pests. *Remove the food source. Temporarily stop feeding seed or grain to birds and clean-up spilled seed. Switch to feeding only suet during this time. *Cover bushes and low woody plants near the house with burlap, plas- tic snow fence, netting or heavyweight frost pro- tection blankets, made of 2.5- to 4-ounce fabric. Tarps or clear plastic may make some plants more susceptible to sun scald and fungus so use with caution. *Protect multiple young trees with tree tubes, wrap or bud caps. *Use 6-foot high woven wire cages to pro- tect older or individual trees. *Keep a leashed dog in the area. *Apply deer repellants. There are a variety of commercial, and home- made repellants that can be used for deer, before it freezes. These need to be reapplied regularly to discourage deer. See the manufacturer's recom- mendations for winter effectiveness and appli- cation rates. *Install motion-acti- vated floodlights to startle nocturnal deer in rural areas. Deer may be accustomed to these types of lights in urban areas. *Hang wind chimes or ornaments that create both motion and noise. *Install visual deter- rents, such as wind socks, shiny polyester tape, flagging or scarecrows. *Use a radio in com- bination with lights, acti- vated by a motion-detec- tor for both a sight and auditory deterrent. Implementing a few of these tips before deer become a problem is the best strategy. Check local ordinances, which may impact some of these practices. Be aware that deer become desensitized to disturbances, so it may be necessary to vary tac- tics. For more information on living with deer and other wildlife species, visit www.mndnr.gov/ livingwith wildlife. From right: Ethan Mischke and Nathan Kuehl learning how to write java script by moving an Angry Bird through a maze to get to the mean pigs. Submitted photo Health Insurance Questions. As a licensed agent, I can help you learn about Different Health Insurance Options Individual plans Open Enrollment: Nov. 15 - Feb. 15 Call me today! Heidi Hansen Southwest Insurance Service 100 US Highway 14 Walnut Grove, MN 56180 507-859-4408 - Office 507-822-2915- Cell 24140s Sage Bents and Freddie Plaetz learning how to write java script by mov- ing an Angry Bird through a maze to get to the mean pigs. Submitted photo DOUBLE M RANCH ft COTTONWOOD COUNTY MINNESOTI 1080 ACRES RANCH & FARMLAND (Blizzard backup snow date is Friday, January 16, 2015. Please check our web site for updates.) SALE LOCATION: The auction will be held at the Westbrook Community Center in Westbrook, MN..Watch for auction signs the day of the auction. In case of very inclement weather, please check our web site at www.danpikeauction.com for details. Rose Hill Township, Cottonwood County, MN. ~,~" ,' ......... ,, ______~,u ................... . ....... LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS III Tract #1: Wll2 of the SWll4 & SEll4 of the SWll4 .... "?~" ........ ~,, ~ -~ .... ..... ~'~'~'~" [Jl except the east approximately 9+1- acres 16-106-38 ~,,,~' , . ~,, ~,4 .... -'r'CTrr ~,:; ,~.~, "~ I11 (Subject to survey). Ill 20 21 , ~2 Ill Iw PROPERTY LOCATION: These properties are located from the junction of highway #30 & County read #7 at Westbrook, Minnesota 4 miles south and 1 mile east. See plat map above and look for auction signs on County read #7. PROPERTY INSPECTION: Auction sales staff will be available on site on Fdday, November 28, 2014 from 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. for your inspection of this land and the improvements. Other inspec- tions will be by appointment only with either Dan Pike at 507- 847- 3468 or Mud Rupp at 507-829-3633 or Randy Eisfeld at 507-828- 2440. OPEN INSPECTION: Friday, December 19, 2014 from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 (Noon) or by appointment. Tract #2:SE1/4 & the east approximate 9+/- acres of the SE1/4 of the SW1/4 16-106-38 (Subject to survey). Tract #3:NWll4 21-108-38. Tract #4:NEll4 21-106-38. Tract #5:SEll4 21-106-38. Tract #6:NEll4 20-106-38. Tract #7:NWll4 22-106-38. All tracts are located in Rose Hill Township of Cottonwood County, Minnesota. A# tracts that are marked with "Subject to Survey" above will be surveyed at sellers expense, provided that they are sold & deeded to separate buyers. For additional information regarding sale terms, soil maps, file / drainage, crop productivity indexes, FSA information, go to our web site www.danpikeauction.com and check the information brochure under the Mitchell Estate Land Auction section or call Dan Pike at the Dan Pike Auction Company at 507847-3468. OWNER Maurice Mitche# Estate Murl Rupp & Dennis Klute Personal Representatives Attorneys for the Estate & Closina Aaent Maryellen Suhrhoff - Muske, Muske & Suhroff P.O. 397 937 3rd. Avenue Wlndom, MN. 507-831-5575 241301 Sale Conducted By Auctioneers Dan Pike Jackson, MN 507-847-3468 (O) or 507-841-0965 (C) coM~t~r~ ~o~==,o~ Doug Wedel - Fairmont, MN. AUCTK>N SKRVlCKII 410 Springfield Parkway Kevin, Allen & Ryan Kahler Jackson, MN 56143 Falrmont & Sherbum, MN 507-847-3468 Dustyn Hartung & www.danplkeauctlon.corn~ Darwin Hall /