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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. PAGE 1 1 14,2016 --* 3 EV-W boys' hoopsters stay hot By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Eagles improved to 10-1 on the season after victories over Pierz, 73-59, Thursday, Jan. 7, and 63-53, over Morris Area/Chokio- Alberta, Saturday, Jan. 9. Pierz Game: Reese Jansen led EV-W with 24 points. Jacob Streit added 11 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists for the Eagles. DeShaun James scored 20 points. Greg Lux rounded out the top scor- ers for the Eagles with 10 points. Game Scoring: Jacob Streit 11; Reese Jansen 24; Matthew Notch 3; Travis Thielen 5; Greg Lux 10; DeShaun James 20. MorrisAreaGame: Junior Reese Jansen and junior DeShaun James each had 15 points in the Eden ValleyoWatkins nonconference win Saturday afternoon, Jan. 9. Senior Travis Thielen added 13 and junior Jacob Streit added 10. Game Scoring: Jacob Streit 10; Reese Jansen 15; Matthew Notch 2; Travis Thielen 13; Greg Lux 8; DeShaun James 15. :Boys' hockey team tripped up at Tech By Pat Garry, Staff Writer Despite an opening goal by River Lakes' Zachary Holzer, the Stars saw St. Cloud Tech score the next 4 on their home ice, and claim a 4-1 decisive victory. The game was played on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at the National Hockey Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University. Shots on goal favored Tech, 35-18. First Period - Scoring: RVRLKS Holzer Goal (even strength) (Johnson) 16:17. Penalties: Leusink, RVRLKS (Hooking, Minor, 2 rain.) 10:03; Hopper, TECH (Cross-Checking, Minor, 2 min.) 13:50; Holzer, RVRLKS (Roughing, Minor, 2 rain.) 16:39; Lunderby, TECH (Cross-Checking, .Minor, 2 min.) 16:39. Goalie Changes: None. Second Period- Scoring: TECH - Skaja Goal (power play) (Setrum, Olson) 0:41; TECH - Mendel Goal (even strength) (Woodman) 5:43; TECH - Skaja Goal (even strength) 12:20; TECH - Amundsen Goal (even strength) (Setrum) 13:50. Penalties: Kuhlman, RVRLKS (Tripping, Minor, 2 rain.) 0:26; Shuck, RVRLKS (Interference, Minor, 2 min.) 6:36; Skluzacek, RVRLKS (High-Sticking, Minor, 2 min.) 8:02; Amundsen, TECH (Goaltender Interference, Minor, 2 min.) 8:02; Pederson, RVRLKS (Roughing, Minor, 2 min.) 13:55. Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: None. Penalties: Portz, TECH (Roughing, Minor, 2 min.) 2:32; Lunderby, TECH (Hooking, Minor, 2 min.) 8:56. Goalie Changes: None. Innl EV-W Menus Jan. 18-22 Breakfast Monday-No School, Staff Development Tuesday: Pancakes or choice of WG cereal, graham crackers, juice, milk. Wednesday: Banana bread or choice of WG cereal, graham crack- ers, fruit, milk. Thursday: Apple Frudel or choice of WG cereal, graham crack- ers, juice, milk. Friday: WG m~, cheese stick or choice of WG cereal, graham crackers, juice, milk. Lunch Monday-No School, Staff Development Tuesday: Chicken nuggets, bread stick or sloppy Joe on WG bun, oven fries, black beans, rad- ishes, seasonal fruit, milk. Wednesday: Stromboli w/mari- nara or BBQ meatballs on WG bun, green peas, tomato slices, celery sticks, seasonal fruit, milk. Thursday: Rotini w/meat sauce, garlic toast or hot ham & cheese on flatbread, green beans, baby carrots, broccoli florets, sea- serial fruit, milk. Friday: Chicken sandwich or cheeseburger on WG bun, roasted broccoli, cucumbers, pepper med- ley, seasonal fruit, milk. EV-W auditions Hockey girls lose two By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Lady Stars lost to Rogers, 2-1, Tuesday, Jan. 5, and they were defeated by Brainerd/Little Falls, 5-2, Thursday, Jan. 7. Rogers Game: Shots on goal favored Rogers, 50-16. Brainerd/ LF Game: Shots on goal favored River Lakes' girls lose to Bemidji By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Lady Stars lost to Bemidji, 2-0 last Saturday, Jan. 9, at the Koronis CivicArena in Paynesville. Shots on goal favored Bemidji, 31-27. First Period - Scoring: BLE 39-28. First Period - Scoring: None. Penalties: None. Goalie ROGERS Levis Goal (even Changes: None. Second Period - strength) (Hoppe, Scherling)3:56. Scoring: None. Penalties: None. Penalties: Flint, RVRLAK (Minor, Goalie Changes: None. Third 2 rain.) 8:36; Reimer, ROGERS Period-Scoring:BMDJ-Marcotte (Minor, 2 min.) 16:40. Goalie Goal (even strength) (De La Hunt, Changes: None. Second PeriodDefatte) 7:51; BMD] - Eller Goal - Scoring: RVRLAK - Meed Goal (even strength) (Schultz) 9:21. (even strength) 16:54. Penalties: Penalties: None. Goalie Changes: Mies, RVRLAK(Minor,2min.) 1:21; None. Meed, RVRLAK (MinoL 2 min.) Auditions will be held in mid-February for "Grease the Musical" to be performed the first week in May by the EV-W Drama Club~ Upper elementary students, teens, and adults from our com- munities are welcome to attend auditions. Grease has great parts for both guys and girls. Auditions: Tuesday, Feb. 16, 6-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Feb. 17, 3:15-5:30 p.m.; and Thursday, Feb. 18 - 6-8:30 p.m. Call-backs: Tuesday, Feb. 23, 6-8:30 p.m. Rehearsals begin Thursday, Feb. 25, at 6 p.m. Rehearsal days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday eve- nings 6-9 p.m., and Wednesdays, 3:15-5:15 p.m. Call Vicki Meyer at (320) 224- 1371, or Kris Latcham at (320) 493- 9812 with questions. Lady Eagles go 1-2 for the week Elaina Stommes goes up against Kimball's Caitlin O'Brien during the second halt in the conference loss Friday evening, Jan. 8. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The EV-W girls had a busy week, playing Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday. Tuesday, Jan. 5, they lost to Annandale, 64-46; then dropped a heartbreaker, 53-51, to Kimball Friday, Jan. 8. EV-W fin- ished the week with a 62-55 win eighth-grader Olivia Kuechle, who finished with 20 points. Teammate Madeleine Geislinger also had a hot hand, tallying 12 points. Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta game: Despite a 29-27 halftime deficit, the Eagles stormed outin the second half and claimed the over Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta victory. EV-W's Elaina Stommes Saturday, Jan. 9. Annandale game: Elaina Stommes led the Eagles' charge with 12 points, four steals, and seven boards in the non-confer- ence battle. Kimball game: The Central hit on 14 points, while Olivia Kuechle scored 17, to help the Eagles put a halt to its three-game losing streak. The victory ovei the Tigers moved EV-W to 5-5 on the year. Scoring: Olivia Kuechle 17; Elaina Stommes 14; Mandy Minnesota Conference clash was Molitor 11; Madeleine Geioslingei exciting, as the Lady Eagles fell just 5; Emma Schultz 7; Kaitlyn Root 3; short on an opponent's final-sec- Halle Jansen 3; Breanna Stang 2. ends game-winning three- pointer. The Eagles were led by 14:40. Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: None. EV-W FFA visited by National FFA officers Penalties: Feilen, ROGERS (Minor, 2 min.) 5:26. Goalie Changes: None. OT1 Period - Scoring: ROGERS - Olson Goal (power play) (Levis, Johnston) 4:57. Penalties: Flint, RVRLAK (Minor, 2 min.) 4:57. Goalie Changes: None. Brainerd/Little Falls Game: First Period - Scoring: RVRLAK - Meed Goal (even strength) (Flint) 15:11. Penalties: Ellingson, BRD LF (Minor, 2 min.) 10:04. Goalie Changes: None. Second Period - Scoring: RVRLAK - Flint Goal (even strength) 7:19; BRD LF - Mimmack Goal (even strength) (Abear, Watland) 9:45; BRD LF Smith Goal (even strength) (Smith) 11:05. Penakies: King, RVRLAK (Minor, 2 min.) 3:59. Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: BRD LF - Abear Goal (even strength)(Riitters) 2:45; BRD LF - Smith Goal (even strength, EN) 16:30; BRD LF - Orth Goal (even strength, EN) (Roberts) 16:51. Penalties: Flint, RVRLAK (Zero Minute, 0 min.) 16:30. Goalie Changes: None. The 2015-2016 National FFA officer team visited Eden Valley-Watkins FFA chapter Thursday, Jan. 7. The morning started out with introduc- tions and student interactions. Then, EV-W FFA students were split into 2 groups to do breakout sessions with the National Vice Presidents Nick Baker and Abrah Meyer. We then listened to the keynote address by the National President Taylor McNeel. Eden Valley-Watkins High School was the first stop for the National FFA Officer team as they travel around Minnesota this week. Mrs. Tracy Huhn EV-W FFA Advisor at t