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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, December 28, 2016 Page 7 win wee By Derrick Jenniges, coach Last week the Charger Boys Basketball team won a pair of non conference games with great passing, team defense, and improved shooting. The two victories move the Charger record to 5-2 at the holiday break. They are off until they host Ellsworth on Thursday, January 5 and travel to Luveme on Saturday, January 7. WWG 42 79 HLO 24 51 Tuesday evening the Chargers traveled to Okabena for a non-conference game that was part of a rescheduled Candy Cane Classic. The Classic was canceled due to poor weather on the weekend. With some Charger players battling illness, the team did a great job of playing in short spurts and used a variety of player combinations. WWG jumped out to a 16-5 lead less than five minutes into the game. That lead continued to grow throughout the game and the Chargers led 25-8 with 11:05 to play when Andrew Quade finished off a baseline drive. Cole Bunting found Anthony Ross on a nice back- door cut at 5:52 to give the Chargers a 37-17 lead. WWG led 42-24 at halftime and extended the lead to 58-36 when Parker Freeburg assisted Bunting in transition at 11:45. It was the first of three great passes that found Bunting on the receiving end in the second defense continued to fluster the also got into the scoring col- Indians. Sleepy Eye went umn for the first time in his over 10 minutes without con- varsity career with a long range verting a made field goal. jumper at 1:45 to give WWG a Tyson Elzenga found Ross on the break with :45 lett and the Chargers led 49-16. WWG did not let up out of the locker room as they scored 11 points in the first 2:05 of the second half to build a 60-22 lead. Andrew Quade converted a long rebound into a layup for Tyson Elzenga at 11:32 and the Chargers lead was 40 at 69-29. Jake Kleven connected on a 93-44 lead. The Chargers finished the night shooting an amazing 13-17 from three point range and 47-63 from the field for the game. WWG also had 31 assists in the game, led by Quade (10), Elzenga (6), and Anthony Ross (5). Ross 23, Elzenga 17, and Bunting 11 were the leading scorers for the Chargers who put 11 players in pair of three point shots with the scoring column. DePrez the first coming at 6:55 and 8, Quade 8, Kuehl 7, J. Kleven giving the Chargers a 84-39 6, Christians 4, Hang 3, lead. These were the first Freeburg 3, and N. Ross 3 fro- points of Jake's young career, ished off the scoring for Freshman guard Nick Hang WWG. WWG Charger Matt Deprez puts up a shot against Sleepy.Eye Pubtie: ,, .............. ' ...... .... WWG Charger Tyson Elzenga gets past a Sleepy Eye player last week. half. Quade later foundrebounds, and 4 steals. Matt Bunting on an alley-oop from Kleven 4, Nathan Ross 4, about 30 feet and Matt DePrez Tyson Elzenga 3, Matt DePrez connected with a trailing 2, and Wyatt Christians 1 fin- Bunting a couple minutes later, ished offthe scoring for WWG. In a game that had an extreme- Sleepy Eye 20 46 ly fast pace, the Chargers were WWG 49 93 able to grab a season high 24 Thursday evening, the rebounds and also attempted Chargers were back at home 83 shots (the most attempts for for just the second time this a Charger team in the Coach season and played in front of a Jenniges era). WWG beat nice Christmas crowd. The HLO on the board 51-34 and Chargers did not disappoint forced the hosts into 23 turn- and spread holiday cheer overs, throughout the home fan base! Quade led the Chargers in After Sleepy Eye scored the the scoring column with 20 first basket of the game, the points. Cole Bunting (5 Chargers held the visitors assists, 3 blocks, 3 steals) scoreless for the next eight added a season high 14. minutes and built a 22-2 lead Parker Freeburg (8 rebounds, 2 when Matt Kleven stole the blocks) scored 13 points and inbounds pass and assisted Anthony Ross (14 rebounds, 4 Anthony Ross at 10:17. Back assists) also added 10 points, to back offensive rebound tip Kyle Kuehl had a solid all ins by Cole Bunting gave the around night 8 points, 8 Chargers a 28-4 lead as the against the Indians last week. WWG Charger Anthony Ross put up a shot Pipestone A r TMBW By Karl Campbell, coach Pipestone Area (PIAR) 38.00 Tracy-Milroy- Balaton-Westhrook- Walnut-Grove (TMBW) 27.00 December 20 106: Ayden Horner (TMBW) over Luke Ploeger (PIAR) (Fall 1:11) 113; Grant Budden (PIAR) over Levi Ellingson (TMBW) (Fal13:18) 1 2 0 : Hunter Bumett (PIAR) over (TMBW) (For.) 126: Michael Suda (PIAR) over Dereck Ellingson (TMBW) (MD 14-4) 132: Tyler Vandendriessche (TMBW) over Eric Lange (PIAR) (Dec 5-3) 138: Anthony Axford (TMBW) over Emerson Winter (PIAR) (Fall 5:07) 145: Bill Olsen (PIAR) over Jake Byme (TMBW) (MD9-0) 1 5 2 : Mckinely Bush (PIAR) over Trevor Eisfeld (TMBW) (Dec 5-4) 160: Nash Mayer (TMBW) over Jesse Fenton (PIAR) (Fall 1:35) 170: Jace Paplow (TMBW) over Logan Steenstra (PIAR) (Dec 10-5) 182: Garrett Ploeger (PIAR) over (TMBW) (For.) 195: Jamison Vanderwal (PIAR) over Tyler Timm (TMBW) (Fall 3:39) 220: Sylas Stangeland (PIAR) overAustin Buchholz (TMBW) (Dec 11-10) 285: Sam Bauer (TMBW) over Dylan Amdt (PIAR) (TB-1 2-0) St. Peter (STPE) 34.00 Tracy-Milroy-Balaton- Westbrook-Walnut-Grove (TMBW) 28.00 December 22 106: Kole Guth (STPE) over Ayden Homer (TMBW) (MD 9-1) 113: Levi Ellingson (TMBW) over Cade Homer (STPE) (Dec 3-2) 120: Dereck Ellingson (TMBW) over Michael Connor (STPE) (MD 14-3) 126: Xavier Schugel (STPE) over Chance Dewitte (TMBW) (Dec 2-0) 132: Wyatt Gillette (STPE) over Tyler Vandendriessche (TMBW) (Fall 2:56) 138: Anthony Axford (TMBW) over Matthew Pettis (STPE) (TB-1 2-1) 145: Wareke Gillette (STPE) over Jake Byme (TMBW) (Dec 8-4) 152: Trevor Eisfeld (TMBW) over Hayden Kurth (STPE) (Fall 5:21) 160: Sage Loredo - Hollon (STPE) over Austin Axford (TMBW) (Fall 4:33) 170: Eli Hunt (STPE) over Nash Mayer (TMBW) (Dec 8-5) 182: Jace Paplow (TMBW) over (STPE) (For.) 195: Peter Hilligoss (STPE) over Tyler Timm (TMBW) (Dec 6-5) 220: Austin Buchholz (TMBW) over Jacob Pehrson (STPE) (Fall 0:46) 285: Tony Putz (STPE) over Sam Bauer (TMBW) (Fall 0:26) Tracy-Milroy-Balaton- Westbrook-Walnut-Grove (TMBW) 47.00 New UlmArea (NUA) 25.00 December 22 106: Jackson Bode (NUA) over Ayden Homer (TMBW) (Fall 4721) 113: Levi Ellingson (TMBW) over Carter Brandes (NUA) (MD 15-7) 120: Dereck Ellingson (TMBW) over Rebekah Hoppe (NUA) (Fall 3:44) 126: Derek VanDam (TMBW) over Cole Ranweiler (NUA) (Fall 4:40) 132: Ryan Wacker (NUA) over Tyler Vandendriessche (TMBW) (MD 11-1) 138: Sean Howk (NUA) over Anthony Axford (TMBW) (Fall 1:38) 145: Hunter Ranweiler (NUA) over Jake Byme (TMBW) (Fall 3:21) 152: Trevor Eisfeld (TMBW) over Lane Miller (NUA) (Fall 3:09) 160: Nash Mayer (TMBW) over Tanner Stark (NUA) (Dec 6-5) 170: Jace Paplow (TMBW) Customers at Westbrook anticipating an order to bl delivered or to arrange to pick them up after Decem 30 should call Emerson Busse (E J) at the Wal Building Center. He can be reached at ($07) 349-51 Customers can mail their payments on their statements tO the respective store address and they will be forwarded to the corporate office. to of over Matt Guggisberg (NUA) (MD 14-5) 182: Rilye Carson (NUA) over Griffin Radke (TMBW) (Dec 2-1) 195: Tyler Timm (TMBW) over Hunter Landsteiner (NUA) (Fall 1:06) 220: Austin Buchholz (TMBW) over Noah Linscheid (NUA) (Fall 3:25) 285: Sam Bauer (TMBW) over Colby Wenniger (NUA) (Fall 1:52) You can find more details regarding these duals using the following link. http://www.trackwrestling. com/tw/seasons/ LoadBalance. j sp?pageName=DualMatche s.jsp&dualld=29910010 Commercial Trenching Residential Grain Bins Agricultural Avera Welcomes Family Medicine }