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1 o Section A - Oakes Times, Thursday, December 20, 2012 Fauikton, S.D. Tournament held December 8, 2012 Team Points: Oakes, N.D. 235- 1/2, Potter County 123-1/2, Fauikton 123, Mobridge-Pollock 88, Lemmon- McIntosh 84-1/2, Clark-Willow Lake 67-1/2, Aberdeen Roncalli 60, Sioux Valley 55-1/2, Sully Buttes 53-1/2, Aberdeen Central JV 45, Ipswich- Leola 40, Sunshine Bible 38, Warner- Northwestern 29. CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES 106-Dirk Wolf, Lemmon-Mc- Intosh, pinned Luke Smith, Potter County, 3:54. 113-Brady Ptacek, Oakes, def. Jon Brummond, Unattached, 8-3. 120-Erik Loepp, Oakes, pinned Oliver Aesoph, Faulkton, 3:19. 126-Kaleb Sell, Oakes, def. Patrick Wilson, Lemmon-Mclntosh, 6-4. 132-Jakob Weisbrod, Clark-Wil- low Lake, def. Caden Coleman, Oakes, 14-0. 138-Alex Marsh, Ipswich-Leola, def. William Edgar, Faulkton, 9-7. 145-Riley Potter, Faulkton, def. Cole Geditz, Potter County, 6-3. 152-Kent Hall, Faulkton, def. Tren- ton Ptacek, Oakes, 5-3. 160-Tyson Mitzel, Aberdeen Ron- calli, technical fall over Austin Ha- berer, Potter County, 4:55. 170-Cole Ehrlin, Oakes, def. Bran- don Potter, Faulkton, 8-0.; 185-David Jensen, Mobridge-Pol- look, def. Teddy Lopez, Unattached, 9-2. 195-Chase Schoenhard, Unat- tached, def. Brady Spiry, Mobridge- Pollock, 8-5. 220-Brody Peterson, Lemmon- Mclntosh, def. Logan Tonak, Clark- Willow Lake, 12-2. Hwt-Michael Kelly, Oakes, techni- cal fall over Garrett Clark, Lemmon- Mclntosh, 3:13. Third Place Matches 106-Brady Hill, Sully Buttes, def. ORS Wre sting News Carl Cronin, Unattached, 11-1. 113-Bray Harrison, Mobridge-Pol- look, pinned Nick Strasburg, Sioux Valley, 1:39. 120-Israel Appel, Sunshine Bible, def. Garrett Rausch, Potter County, 6-1. 126-Colin Haar, Aberdeen Central JV, def. Dalton Gerbracht, Sunshine Bible, by default. 132-Brady Schatz, Potter County, def. Lane Peterson, Ipswich-Leola, 10-5. 138-Jace Everson, Potter County, def. Austin Kelly, Oakes, 5-1. 145-E1i Westendorf, Sioux Valley, pinned Chris Tyre, Oakes, 2:23. 152-Hayden Hall, Sioux Valley, def. Adam Ochsner, Warner-North- western, 7-5. 160-Austin Thomas, Faulkton, pinned Keaton Peterson, Oakes, 4:32 170-Luke Vogel, Potter County, def. Dylan Hill, Sully Buttes, 11-10 182-Jed Bopp, Oakes, pinned Zach Sumner, Aberdeen Roncalli, 2:31 195-Matt Schlosser, Aberdeen Roncalli, pinned Tristan Schmitz, Oakes, 2:46. 220-Cole Kelly, Oakes, technical fall over Denver Jost, Potter County, 2:35. Hwt-Brandon Heil, Unattached, pinned Brett Lang, Mobridge-Pol- lock, :39. South Border vs. Oakes 106-Tyler Toepke-Floyd (South Border) won by pin over Chris Schmit (Oakes) 1:40. 113-Brady Ptacek (Oakes) won by forfeit over unknown (unattached). 120-Erik Loepp (Oakes) won by decision over Andy Nolz (South Bor- der) 5-2. 126-Blake Bosch (South Border) won by pin over Kaleb Sell (Oakes) 1:31. 132-Joel Weber (South Border) won by major decision over Caden Coleman (Oakes) 14-6. 138-Brayden Kuntz (South Border) won by decision over Austin Kelly (Oakes) 3-0. 145-Nash Bettenhausen (South Border) won by decision over Chris Tyre (Oakes) 9-2. 152:Jace Schilling (South Border) won by decision over Trenton Ptacek (Oakes) 6-1. 160-Tucker Meidinger (South Bor- der) won by tech fall over Keaton Pe- terson (Oakes) 5:21 18-3. 170-Trevor Meidinger (South Border) won by major decision over Scott Ketterling (Oakes) 14-4. 182-Cole Ehrlin (Oakes) won by decision over James Thielges (South Border) 8-6. 195-Tanner Meidinger (South Border) won by pin over Jed Bopp (Oakes) 3:05. 220-Chozey Schumacher (South Border) won by decision over Cole Kelly (Oakes) 7-1. 285-Michael Kelly (Oakes) won by pin over Dillon Braaten (South Bor- der) 3:15. Hillsboro vs. Oakes 195-Tristan Schmitz (Oakes) won by forfeit over unknown (unattached). 220-Brady Siebels (Hillsboro) won by pin over Cole Kelly (Oakes) 5:23. 285-Michael Kelly (Oakes) won by pin over Brice Willison (HiUsboro) 2:45. 106-Alex Alfson (Hillsboro) won by decision over Chris Schmit (Oakes) 8-5. 113-Brady Ptacek (Oakes) won by pin over Malachi Griffin (Hillsboro) 0:42. 120-Erik Loepp (Oakes) won by pin over Brandon Henn (Hillsboro) 2:40. 126-Luke Hastings (Hillsboro) won by decision over Kaleb Sell (Oakes) 3-0. 132-Caden Coleman (Oakes) won by pin over Preston Wilkie (Hills- boro) 0:27. 138-Austin Kelly (Oakes) won by pin over Zack Iverson (Hillsboro) 0:45. 145-Chris Tyre (Oakes) won by forfeit over unknown (unattached). 152-Trenton Ptacek (Oakes) won by forfeit over unknown (unattached). 160-Jordan Boistad (Hillsboro) won by decision over Keaton Peter- son (Oakes) 12:10. 170-Cole Ehrlin (Oakes) won by pin over Dylan Bowen (Hilisboro) 4:51. 182-Double forfeit. Kindred vs. Oakes 182-Jed Bopp (Oakes) won by pin over Levi Vangsness (Kindred) 3:39. 195-Tristan Schmitz (Oakes) won by forfeit over unknown (unattached). 220-Cole Kelly (Oakes) won by forfeit over unknown (unattached). 285-Michael Kelly (Oakes) won by pin over Alex Dosch (Kindred) 0:57. 106-Chris Schmit (Oakes) won by forfeit over unknown (unattached). l l3-Brady Ptacek (Oakes) won by decision over Trace Bakke (Kindred) 9-4. 120-Erik Loepp (Oakes) won by tech fall over Michael Zink (Kindred) 4:53 15-0. 126-Double forfeit. 132-Double forfeit. 138-Austin Kelly (Oakes) won by decision over Tanner Thompson (Kindred) 7-2. 145-Double forfeit. 152-Double forfeit. 160-Keaton Peterson (Oakes) won by pin over Tanner Dahlgren (Kin- dred) h44. 170-Cole Ehrlin (Oakes) won by pin over Ryan McCullum (Kindred) 2:54. Oakes(32) vs. LaMoure(9) 106- Chris Schmit(O) pinned Adam Haberman(L). 1:44 113- Brady Ptacek(O) received a forfeit. 120- Erik Loepp(O) tech fall over Brady Wendel(L). 21-6 126- Brent Hebl(L) decision over Kaleb Sell(O). 4-0 132- Caden Coleman(O) decision over Caleb Dorich(L). 8-7 138- Austin Kelly(O) pinned Damien Bentz(L). :33 145- Chris Tyre(O) received a for- feit. 152- Dalton Hamlin(L) decision over Trenton Ptacek(O). 3-2 160- Double Forfeit 170- Double Forfeit 182- Double Forfeit 195- Double Forfeit 220- Logan Schockman decision over Cole Kelly(O). 5-2 285- Double Forfeit. Pre-Lims 113- Grayson Roney(O) major de- cision over Jacob Heyd(L). 11-0 170- Jon Praska(O) pinned Damon Smith(L). :56 120- Jon Brummund(O) pinned Brady Wendel(L). :36 145- Jarod Roth(O) decision over Damien Bentz(L). 6-1 106- Sever Skjefte(O) pinned Jack- son Haakenson(L). 3:42 126- Logan Maddock(O) decision over Jacob Smith(L). 11-7 170- Jon Praska(O) pinned Landon Smith(L). :42 145- Nikolaj Pedersen(O) pinned Damon Smith(L). :46 138- Eli Noel(L) major decision over Jordan Cunningham(O). 8-0 106- Adam Haberman(L) pinned Austin Burgard(O). 2:52 170- Seth Schaefer(O) pinned Landon Smith(L). :48 Linton Holiday Tourpament 113- Brady Ptacek p!aced 6th 120- Erik Loepp placed 1st 126- Kaleb Sell placed 7th 132- Caden Coleman placed 4th  m mm m m m mm m m mmm m Imm m m em Im m m [Mevv00 Hours: Saturday, December 22 8 am-5 pm g | Christmas Eve - Monday, December 24 8 am-1 This holiday greeting is trimmed with best wishes and thanks to our divine clients and friends. Knowing you has been simply heavenly for us. Amber, Cheryl, Abby & Rhonda Oakes, ND 742-2143 Closed Christmas Day - Tuesday, December 25 lt To Sere Yw grail &  Nteds . New t 1,, tl F  !  THE BUTCHER BLOCK m  4ztS.3rdSt.O m  742-2713. 888-742-3158 .. L. _ __M__. F. =__ 6.e L 8_..J__ - I IIII Novak Electric & Staff would like to say Thank you for your Business in 2012 We look forward serving you in 2013 Your local Generac Dea Don't get caught in a blizzard without electricity Serving Oakes and surrounding / communtttes I Dave, Lort, Donavon & John = Novak Electric ND License 197 I Oakes 742-2132 Forman 724-2132 II II 138- Austin Kelly placed 1st 145- Chris Tyre placed 8th 152- Trent Ptacek placed 4th 160 Keaton Peterson placed 3rd 170- Cole Ehrlin placed 1st 182- Tristan Schmitz placed 7th 195- Jed Bopp placed 3r d 220- Cole Kelly di d not place HWT- Michael Kelly placed 2nd Give a Gift of Light to Hospice of the Red River Valley Your gift of $500 or more brings comfort to those at the end of life's journey. Girls will be matched until the end of the year, thanks to the generosity of area donors. To learn more, please contact Deb Gemar at (800) 237-4629 or visit www.hn'v.org. HQS?I^Cg Wrapping up the holidays safely When the holidays are over, Ot- ter Tail Power Company reminds you to pack and store electrical decorations so they are safe for next year. Remember, holiday decora- tions are meant for temporary use. Keeping them up for several months leaves electrical compo- nents unnecessarily exposed to the elements, shortens the prod- uct's life, and could cause electri- cal shock and fire hazards. Taking down your decorative lights after the holidays and storing them until next season will reduce wear and tear. And by not lighting up the night until spring you'll save en- ergy and money. Here are some suggestions for undecorating safely: Use a fiberglass ladder when  taking down holiday lights to reduce the chance of electrical shock. And be sure to stay clear of overhead electrical wires. Grasp the gripping area of the plug when disconnecting lights and other decorations. Never bend, kink, or yank elec- trical cords. This may crack the in- sulation around the wiring, which could lead to shock or electrical fire. After taking down your deco- rations, inspect them. Discard decoratiofis with worn or frayed electrical cords, broken or cracked sockets, damaged plugs, or loose connections. Separate outdoor decorations from those for indoor use and label them. Store decorations away from children, pets, and water. "Holiday decorations help bring light to our short days and brighten our spirits," says Eric Hamm, Ot- ter Tail Power Company Safety Sdrvic'Yhafortunately, ; those ercofafions can  cause injury or vefi diath if han- dled improperly. But good safety habits will help ensure that you'll be able to put up those lights again next year." This news release is posted on our web site: http.s://www.otpco. comlNewslnfortion/NewsRe- leases/Pages/defaulte.aspx. Otter Tail Power Company, a subsidiary of Otter Tail Corpo- ration (NASDAQ Global Select Market: OTTR), is headquartered in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. It pro- vides electricity and energy servic- es to more than a quarter million people in Minnesota, North Da- kota, and South Dakota. To learn more about Otter Tail Power Com- pany visit www.otpco.com. To learn more about Otter Tail Corpo- ration visit www.ottertail.com. SMILE... IT'S CHRISTMAS! With bright wishes to all our patients and their families this holiday season. We appreciate your trust in us. Dr. Mark, Bobbie & Megan DR. MARK MALMBERG, D ..D,.S. 742-3401 Oakes, ND I Ensure farm equipment clears power lines. Check every year as equipment sizes or soil conditions may change.  DAKOTA VALLEY E LECFRIC COOPERATIVE 1-800-342-4671