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Sunday, August 27, 2006
Third Annual Retz Open Held
The team of Rick Odden, Jason Drouillard, Lance Walvatne and Ben Olson won the scratch division of the 2006 Retz Open on Sunday at Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls.  Their winning score was a 19-under par 53.
 
The net division title went to the team of Kris Svingen, Jon Fransen, J.J. Cline and Greg Larson with a total of 45.2 strokes.
 
Odden won the closest to the pin contest on number two and Olson had the longest drive for men on hole number five, while Angie Moser had the longest women's drive on the fifth hole.  Peter Kruize made the longest putt on the eighteenth.
 
Eighty-eight golfers, including numerous former Spartans, played in the third annual Men's Basketball fund raising event.
 
Fargo-Moorhead was able to score in four straight innings starting in the second as they captured a 7-5 victory in front of a sold-out crowd of 4,865 at Newman Outdoor Field on Sunday in the RedHawks’ final home game of the regular season.

RedHawks starter Brandon Goltz (9-1) cruised through the first 10 batters he faced before walking two straight Cracker-Cats, followed by two straight doubles in the fourth inning and allowing three runs. Goltz returned to pitch the fifth inning but was then relieved by Brian Hewitt who gave up the final two Edmonton runs before giving way to Brian Adams who pitched to the final four batters of the game to pick up his 10th save of the season.
 
Justin Arneson is on a hot streak and has his batting average up to .231 for the Fort Myers Miracle.  Arne has 45 hits in 195 at bats, including six doubles, two triples and three home runs.  He has knocked in 23 runs and scored 25.  Arneson has eight stolen bases out of ten attempts and his on base percentage is now sitting at .307.
Posted By Craig Olson
Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Oats LeGrand to Celebrate 90th Birthday
Legendary area sportscaster Oats LeGrand will turn ninety years old on Saturday, September 2, 2006.  Oats and his wife, Eunice, are currently living in Valley City, North Dakota, where their son Steve and his wife reside.  It would be great if many of you reading this would send Oats a birthday card!  Especially if you had him as a teacher or coach while in school.  I know he'd love to hear from many of you.  Send it to Oats LeGrand, Bridgeview Estates, 1120-5th Street Northeast, Valley City, ND 58072.
 
Brandon Goltz improved to 8-1 as he pitched seven impressive innings on Tuesday night in Fargo.  The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks beat the Calgary Vipers 7-1 in front of 4,311 at Newman Outdoor Field. 
 
Goltz faced just one over the minimum through the first six innings before allowing back-to-back singles with one out in the seventh inning.  He finished the inning which put an end to his night as he held the Vipers scoreless through seven innings while allowing just three hits.  Goltz also issued two walks in his outing while striking out a single game career-high seven batters.

Scott Bjerke has resigned as head coach of the Fergus Falls boys soccer team.  Bjerke, who has been a teacher and coach at Fergus Falls High School since 1991, has accepted a position of Dean of Students at the Perham High School.  Bjerke is currently taking classes aimed at finishing a degree in Administration, with hopes of becoming a principal.  The position in Perham will include some Assistant Principal duties.  In addition to being a head coach in soccer, Bjerke also served as an assistant in the boys hockey program for several years, and was an American Legion Baseball coach in Fergus Falls for several summers.  Ben Jurgens, Bjerke's assistant, will take over the boys soccer team for the 2006 season.
 
I've always enjoyed working with Scott and wish him the best in this move.  It's a great career opportunity for him, but one that comes with mixed emotions, too.  He's an outstanding teacher and coach and a real class act.  Fergus Falls will miss him and Perham will certainly benefit from his arrival!
 
Another former Spud, Jeremy Kovash, has been named the new Executive Director of Lakes Country Service Cooperative, located in Fergus Falls.  It is Jeremy's previous job that Bjerke is filling in Perham.  Kovash will replace DuWayne Balken who is retiring after 24 years on the job.  Balken did a tremendous job in leading LCSC for nearly a quarter of a century.   Congratulations Jeremy and our best to you in your new endeavor!
 
John Ouren has had a great summer of golf and it continued on Tuesday when he holed a double eagle on the 520 yard, par-5 fourteenth hole at Pebble Lake Golf Club in Fergus Falls.  Ouren used a driver and a 9-iron to accomplish the rare feat.  Witnesses included Don Anderson, Brian Shuck and Troy Meyer.
 
I was on quite a trip this past week, accompanying Dave Retzlaff, Jason Retzlaff and Gary Nelson (of Ashby), to Chicago for a sports filled five days.  We saw the Kansas City Royals rip Jose Contreras and the White Sox on Wednesday, saw the Cardinals hit six of the eight home runs in their win over the Cubs on Friday and caught the Thursday and Sunday rounds of the PGA Championship at Medinah Country Club.  Jason skipped the trip to Wrigley and spent all four days following Tiger Woods at the PGA.  I don't think he missed a shot by Tiger!  Jason is the biggest Tiger fan I know of and he finally got to see him win a major in person.  This was his fourth time watching a major and fifth time overall following his favorite golfer in a PGA event.
 
As for Tiger, WOW!  What more can you say.  Twelve major titles by 30 years of age.  That in itself is quite impressive.  Only Jack Nicklaus has won more, eighteen, in the history of professional golf.  If he stays healthy Tiger will totally obliterate that record.  51 career tour victories is another amazing number.  How many will he wind up with?  One hundred is a low estimate.  His focus is amazing.  There were forty thousand people at Medinah every day of the tournament with thirty thousand of them following Tiger.  It is really a phenomenal sight.  Arnold Palmer may have had his army, but Arnie never saw anything the likes of what Tiger sees at every tournament he is involved in.  I don't believe that any athlete has so dominated and impacted his sport since the Great Bambino in the 1920's!
 
I had the opportunity to interview an author of a new baseball book on Tuesday morning on Talkin' Sports on AM 1250, KBRF.  Dennis Purdy has written 'The Team by Team Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball'.  This book is a must for baseball fans!  The amount of information included in its 1,166 pages is just incredible.  Stats, biographies, trivia, historical information on each franchise, the information just never stops flowing.  I will spend hours in this book in the coming days, weeks, months and years.  It's a great reference book, but above all it's just a great way to enjoy the history of our national pastime.  The book is also affordable at only $22.95.  A great gift for any baseball fan!  More information can be found at www.workman.com.
Posted By Craig Olson
Friday, August 11, 2006
Goltz Goes 7 Scoreless Innings for Sixth Win
Brandon Goltz threw seven-plus innings of shutout baseball, allowing just two hits and improving to 6-1, as the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks got back on track with a 2-0 win over the Gary SouthShore RailCats in Game 1 of a ten-game road trip at the U.S. Steel Yard in Gary, Indiana on Friday night.
 
Pitching proved to be the difference in the game as Goltz retired 11 straight batters while striking out four in seven innings of work. He was relieved by Brian Hewitt in the eighth and Brandon Culp in the ninth.
 
This from Fergus Falls Head Football Coach Richard Risbrudt.  The 2006 Fergus Falls Otters football season will officially begin with practice on Monday, August 14 at 8:30 a.m. on the high school levee.  All students, both new and returning, entering grades 9 through 12 are welcome to play.  All paperwork must be completed and the fee paid at the High School Athletic Office prior to a player being allowed to participate.  Players that did not receive their equipment from Coach Carl Prischmann prior to the Valley City football camp in June or the practice sessions held on the levee field in July can do so Monday morning from 7:45 a.m. to 8:15 a.m.  Players should enter the high school at the east side of the gymnasium and proceed to the football equipment room below.  The two-a-day practices will be held consecutively each morning from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Players should bring a sack lunch or snack and drink for the break held between practice sessions at 10:30 a.m.  The theme this year is "Building Tradition."
 
In addition to Fergus Falls High School grad Kyle Rohlfs, two other Gustavus golfers made it to the Sweet 16 at the 74th Annual Pine to Palm Golf Tournament.  They are Mark Stuckey and Clayton Johnson.
 
The team from Zero Variance won the championship at the 2006 Chamber of Commerce Scramble on Friday at the Pebble Lake Golf Club in Fergus Falls.  Patrick Connor, Amanda Miller, Dave Phillipe and Todd Herbel shot the winning score of 55. 
 
The Mill Street Residence team of Mick Siems, Rick Dean, Greg Smith and Jean Reinertson had the 'Middle' Score of 66.
 
Matt Danner made the longest putt on the third hole, Carol Koefod had the shortest drive on the sixth hole, Wade Jyrkas had the longest drive on the seventeenth hole, and Kelly Longtin made the longest putt on the eighteenth hole.
 
The Zero Variance team had the highlight of the day with an Eagle 2 on the thirteenth hole.
Posted By Craig Olson
Tuesday, August 8, 2006
Oyloe & Klinnert Honored
The Minnesota Twins and the University fo Minnesota Press have invited Fergus Falls resident Harley Oyloe, an outstanding pitcher for the Fergus Falls Red Sox in the 1940's and 1950's, to participate in the pre-game Town Ball Celebration ceremony at the Sunday, September 10, 2006, Twins game against the Detroit Tigers.  Oyloe will be among many players to be honored for their contributions as a town team ball player during the golden age of amateur baseball in Minnesota.
 
After three years of researching and writing their new book, 'Town Ball: The Glory Days of Minnesota Amateur Baseball' (University of Minnesota Press, 2006), authors Armand Peterson and Tom Tomashek have organized this celebration with the Twins to honor some of the players that make up Minnesota's vibrant amateur baseball heritage.  Oyloe and other players from the 1945-1960 era will be recognized in an on-field ceremony prior to the start of the game where they will be introduced and their team will also be recognized.  Oyloe said that his Red Sox teammate on the 1950 state championship team, Jim McNulty, will also be one of the players honored.
 
Senator Cal Larson has arranged for Jerry Bell, President of Twins Sports, Inc., to speak at the Fergus Falls Noon Rotary Club on Wednesday, August 16.  Anyone interested in attending is welcome to call Call at 218-736-7823.
 
John Klinnert, owner of JK Sports in Fergus Falls, has been appointed to a four-year term on the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors.  Klinnert received a phone call from Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty asking him to serve as the at-large representative on the 20 member board.
 
"It's a humbling experience," said Klinnert.  "It's quite a responsibility and I'm honored by the appointment.  I've been involved in high school athletics my whole adult life and I'm looking forward to the challenge."
 
Klinnert has been a football and basketball official at numerous high school and community college events for over 20 years.
 
The preseason athletic meeting for Underwood student athletes and their parents will be held at seven o'clock Monday, August 14, at the Underwood High School.  This meeting is for anyone in grades 7 through 12 who will be participating in fall, winter or spring sports for the Rockets.  All Coaches will be present to aid in filling out forms, collecting fees and to answer any questions.  All students and parents not at the meeting will need to see Athletic Director, Margo Shebeck, before they are allowed to practice.
 
The fourth annual Fergus Falls Senior High School Sports Round up will be held on Thursday, August 10 in the high school gymnasium.  Local merchant and medical provider booth presentations will be featured from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.  Individual Fall Sports meetings will be held starting at 6:40 p.m.  This event is for grades 9-12 with all parents and all athletes who plan on participating in any senior high school sports during the 2006-2007 school year.
 
The second annual Otter Football Booster Club Golf Scramble is scheduled for Sunday, August 20 at the Pebble Lake Golf Club in Fergus Falls.  A shotgun start is set for 2:00 p.m., followed by a meal and awards presentation.  The cost is $65 per player with current FFHS football players and all FFHS alumni, graduating between 2002 and 2006 paying only $45 each.  A cart can be rented for $12 per person or golfers can hire an Otter football player to be their caddy for only $10.  This is a major fundraiser for the Otter football team.  The Otter Football Booster club is helping with the coordination of the event.  Individuals interested in signing up or finding out more should log on to www.ffareafootball.org.
 
The third annual Lady Spartan Volleyball Pal Clinic will be held Wednesday, August 16 and Thursday, August 17 at Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Fergus Falls.  The 2006 Lady Spartan volleyball team will be demonstrating and teaching volleyball fundamentals (passing, setting, hitting and serving).  Head Coach Ann Williams and Community Volunteer Coach Renae Rasmusson will direct the clinic, which is open to girls and boys entering first through sixth grades this fall.  The clinic is limited to 80 participants.  The registration fee is $10 and includes a volleyball, a volleyball pal t-shirt and free admission to all 2006 home games for the Lady Spartans, just by wearing the t-shirt.  The kids will perform between the second and third games of their match against Anoka-Ramsey on Wednesday, September 6.  For more information you can contact Ann Williams at 736-1621 or 739-0918.
 
Coach Williams took a team of ten high school volleyball players to Hawaii July 11-18 where they participated in the King Kamahamaha Tournament.  The group of Minnesota girls finished in a tie for fifth place out of 36 teams with a 3-1 record.  They recorded wins over a California team (3-0), a Maryland team (2-1) and a Wisconsin team (2-1).  Their only loss came to a team from Texas.  The tournament was organized by Elite Sports International and more information is available at their website, www.esivolleyball.com.
 
Members of the team included Emily Johnson from Ashby, Brittney Petersen from Underwood, Holly Mikkelson from Glenwood, Kari Carlsrud from Twin Valley, Jennifer Andree from Waterville, Natassja Ellliot from Dodge Center, Abby Phillips from Hartland, Paige Schlaak from New Richland, Gina Sullivan from Crosby and Shelli Warburton from Rosemount.
 
The Fergus Falls Youth Soccer Association fall recreation program gets underway on Monday, August 28 and games will be played every Monday and Wednesday for five weeks.  The program is for kids entering kindergarten through sixth grade.  All practices and games will be played at the DeLagoon Soccer Complex.  A coaching clinic will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 20 at the Cleveland School field and will be conducted by Tom Johnson.  Volunteer coaches are needed and businesses are encouraged to participate in the Youth Soccer Association sponsorship program for a cost of $150.  For more informatioin you can log on to www.ffyouthsoccer.org or contact Recreation Coordinator Barry Seidel at 205-9677. 
 
The Middle School soccer season will begin the last week of August and run through the beginning of October.  The seventh and eighth grade teams will play an eight game schedule.  They will be coached by Lane Magnusson.
 
The Minnesota Twins and the University fo Minnesota Press have invited Fergus Falls resident Harley Oyloe, an outstanding pitcher for the Fergus Falls Red Sox in the 1940's and 1950's, to participate in the pre-game Town Ball Celebration ceremony at the Sunday, September 10, 2006, Twins game against the Detroit Tigers.  Oyloe will be among many players to be honored for their contributions as a town team ball player during the golden age of amateur baseball in Minnesota.
 
After three years of researching and writing their new book, 'Town Ball: The Glory Days of Minnesota Amateur Baseball' (University of Minnesota Press, 2006), authors Armand Peterson and Tom Tomashek have organized this celebration with the Twins to honor some of the players that make up Minnesota's vibrant amateur baseball heritage.  Oyloe and other players from the 1945-1960 era will be recognized in an on-field ceremony prior to the start of the game where they will be introduced and their team will also be recognized.  Oyloe said that his Red Sox teammate on the 1950 state championship team, Jim McNulty, will also be one of the players honored.
Posted By Craig Olson
Friday, August 4, 2006
Big Friday and Some Brief Notes
BIG FRIDAY took place on Friday at Broadway Park in Fergus Falls with seven championship games being played in the Fergus Falls Parks and Recreation baseball and softball leagues.
 
In the T-Ball championship game, the Mets beat the Twins 23-21.  The Toss league final saw the Angels beat the Orioles 14-6. 
 
The three girls softball title games saw the Reds win the Division I game over the A's 23-19, the A's beating the Yankess 18-12 in the Division II championship game and the A's blanking the Reds 7-0 in the Division III title game.
 
The final two games of the day ended up with the Dodgers rallying to beat the Giants 5-3 in the Dwarf League contest and the Reds taking the Twins 7-3 in the Pony League final.
 
Former Big Friday participant Justin Arneson is hitting .209 (33-158) with 5 doubles, 2 triples, 2 home runs, 18 RBI, 21 runs, 18 walks and 36 strikeouts.  He has stolen 8 bases in 10 attempts.  Arne has played in 54 games for the Fort Myers Miracle.
 
The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks extended its current winning streak to a season-best seven games on Friday defeating the Winnipeg Goldeyes 5-1 in front of 6,704 at CanWest Global Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba, behind an eight inning performance by starter Brandon Goltz.
 
In his eight innings of work Goltz allowed just one run to score as Jimmy Hurst crossed the plate in the sixth inning for Winnipeg.  Throughout the game he allowed four hits and walked three while striking out a single-game career-high five batters.
 
Goltz has appeared in 14 games, making 13 starts on the mound for the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks.  He has a record of 5-1 with a 3.56 earned run average.  He has allowed 71 hits and walked 37 batters, while striking out 35 in 73 1/3 innings.  
 
I was paging through the book 'Cool of the Evening' the other night.  You might recall the release of the book last summer in conjunction with the fortieth anniversary of the Minnesota Twins first appearance in the World Series.  Author Jim Thielman did a wonderful job recounting a very memorable and special season for players and fans!  As a young Twins fan at that time, the season made a lasting impact on me and certainly went a long way in cementing me into the role of hopelessly devoted, lifelong Twins fan!  I would certainly recommend that you pick up a copy at your favorite bookstore or go on line for more information at www.cooloftheevening.com.
 
Your chance to support Spartan Men's Basketball and have a great time doing it is fast approaching.  The Third Annual Retz Open Golf Tournament is scheduled for Sunday, August 27 at Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls.  This is an 18 hole scramble event with scratch and handicap champions, open to former players, boosters, faculty, staff, the general public ... everybody is welcome!  Tee time is set for 12:00 noon.
 
"Skill is not a prerequisite to having fun, as we certainly have proven in the past," stated former Head Basketball Coach Dave Retzlaff.  "Last year we had over eighty golfer take part and we can handle a maximum of about 128.  We have great doorprizes and a wonderful dinner and program event following the golf action."
 
The entry fee is $75.00 per golfer with an entry deadline of Wednesday, August 23rd.  The deadline for reserving a golf cart is 12:00 noon Sunday, August 13th.  Golfers must call Pebble Lake Pro Shop at 736-7404 before that time to reserve their cart.
 
To enter the tournament contact Coach Retzlaff with your name, phone number, e-mail address, list of any other players on your team and estimated handicap of each golfer on your team.  E-mail to [email protected] or mail to Retz Open Golf, c/o Coach Retz, MSCTC-Fergus Falls, 1414 College Way, Fergus Falls, MN 56537.
 
"Hope you can join us for this fun, free swinging, story telling, re-acquainting golfing event," added Coach Retzlaff.  "It was wonderful seeing and visiting with so many people last year and I am really looking forward to our third annual event!"
 
The Seventh Annual Lee Franklin Maroon and Gold Golf Tournament is set for Saturday, September 9 at 9:30 a.m. at the Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls.  The 4-person scramble has an entry fee of $60.00 per player with a registration deadline of September 1st. 
 
The funds raised from this tournament go to support the Fergus Falls High School Boys Hockey team as well as the Lee Franklin Memorial Scholarship Program. 
 
For additional information you can contact Cletus and Patti Fandrich at 736-7190, Rod Rohlfs at 998-3233, Jane Patrick at 736-3458 and John and Leigh Gervais at 739-4359.
 
Tri-County Hospital Sports Medicine will conduct two programs geared at coaches, athletic directors and student athletes to prepare for the fall sports season.
 
The Fall FAST Pre-Camp is a three-day mini-camp for area student athletes, grades 7 to 12, who want to improve their fitness level prior to the start of fall sports. It will be held from 8:15 a.m. to noon, on Aug. 7, 9 and 10 at Wadena-Deer Creek High School. Cost is $20. To register, stop by Tri-County Hospital Physical Therapy Department or call Paul Cullen, certified athletic trainer, at (218) 631-7475, ext. 247.
 
The first annual Tri-County Hospital Coaches Clinic will be held from 7:45 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, Aug. 8 at the TCH Conference Center in Wadena. The clinic is open to area coaches, athletic directors and student managers. Topics will include sports concussions, CPR, injury recognition, ankle taping and bracing, athletes with asthma and more. The clinic is free of charge; breakfast will be provided. Pre-registration is encouraged by calling Cullen at (218) 631-7475, ext. 247.
Posted By Craig Olson
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