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The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, October 2, 2003 - Page 7 Homecoming 2003 Sports Anderson and Kyle got all dolled up for Day on Monday as aming Week at - Photo by Chuck Hunt The 2003 RTR Royal Homecoming Court. Left to right, front row. Queen Kelli Minett and King Joel Wiering. Back row, Laisa Rupp, Kristi Thooft, Audie Bakker, Bobbi Vos. Brooks Newton, Nathan Blegen, David Gladis. and Chris VanDamme. -Photo by Chuck llunt gathered around a large bonfire on Monday night Coronation at Royalty Night. - Photo by Chuck Ilunt The five Homecoming Queen candidates pose for cameras be-I fore Royalty Night began on Monday. Left to right they are Bobbi I Vos, Kristi Thooft. Audie Bakker. Laisa Rupp, and Kelli Minett. ] - Photo by Chuck Hunt] Says a surprised Keili Minett at the very moment the put on her head on Monday night. - Photo by Chuck Hunt Alejandro Johnston was second with a piano solo. tte is the ex. change student at RTR from Chile. - Photo by Chuck Hunt Jason Gravley, and Audie Bakker get into Home- on Opposite Sex Day at RTR Monday. They were for Royalty Night. - Photo by Chuck Ilunt These RTR students got into the spirit of Homecoming by dress- ing in togas on Toga Tuesday. - Photo by Bo Duncan Amber Meulebroeck tosses the ball up to serve against Lincoln HI last Thursday. - Photo by Karen Mlnett Knights Volleyball Team Sweeps Lincoln HI In Key Camden Matchup The RTR Knights volleyball points and won the game and the team kept on the winning track match. again this past Thursday, sweep- ing the Lincoln HI Rebels in three games in a big Camden Conference matchup. The win kept the Knights tied for the conference lead with. Minneota. Scores last Thursday night in lvanhoe were 25-18, 25-23, 27-25. The Knights got off to a fast start in the first game, but the other two were close, hard-fought battles. The Knights led 15-7 and 18- 10 in the first game, cruising to a relatively easy 25-18 win. Game two was a battle. The Knights were behind 5-4 but came back to lead 8-5 and then 14-8. But Lincoln HI came back to go ahead 19-18. However, the Knights took over the lead again and won it 25-23. The third game saw RTR get out early to a big 10-4 lead. But that is not the way things wound up. After leading 18-12, RTR clung to a small one point lead at 20-19. The game was tied at 24-24, so it was going to go over the 25 point mark. The Knights got the next two The win kept RTR perfect in the conference at 4-0. So 'is Minneota. The Rebels had been 4- 1 and drop to 4-2 in the confer- ence. Stephanie Evans had a great night for RTR, getting 13 kills. Kristi Thooft and Casey Gifford each added eight kills. Kelli Minett was perfect from the serving line, going 17 of 17 with two service aces. Amber Muelebroeck was 12 of 13. Next up for RTR was their own Volleyball Tournament this past Saturday. Then on last night (Tues- day) they hosted the Luverne Car- dinals. BOX$CORE RTR 25 25 27 LHI 18 23 25 Serving: RTR - Kelli Minett 17-17-2, Am- ber Meulebroeck 12-13-0; LHI - Nlkki Gilbertson 15-15-1, Ashley Steffes 9-10- 1. Hitting: RTR - Stephanie Evans 13, Kristi Thooft 8, Casey Gifford 8; LHI - Jessica Tykwinski 5, Gilbertson 2, Karen Lietz 2, Vicki Panka 2. SetAssists: RTR - Julie Wyatt 24; LHI - Stacey Lietz 10. Blocking: RTR - Tasia Dass 2, Thooft 2; LHI - Gilbertson 1, Steffes 1, Panka 1. Digs: RTR - Jessica Bakker 9; LHI - n/a. 8th Grade Wins First... The RTR Middle School 8th Graders placed first in the Camden Conference Tournament held in Cottonwood. First, they played Canby winning 25-7, 25-13. Their next match was against Lakeview taking them 25-18, 25-18. Then the Lady Knights played Lake Benton for the final match with scores of 18-25, 25-14, and 15-12 for the tie breaking game. Justine Gifford led the serving with 34/ 38 serves and 30 points. Pictured above are front row, Justine Gifford, Brittany Gravley, Alissa Johnson. Back row, Stats Sheena Lamote, Hope Rasmussen, Heather Alderson, Kendra Bornhoft, DJ Mikkelsen, and Coach Jennifer Dressen. Not pictured is Serena Olin. Local Fans See Todd Bouman In Action Sunday Local tans of Todd Bouman got a rare opportunity to see him play on Sunday night. Bouman was traded to the New Orleans Saints last year, and is the Saints backup quarterback. On Sunday night the Saints played the Colts on ESPN Sunday Night Football - and lost big - 55 to 21. In the fourth quarter Bouman was in to replace regular quarter- back Aaron Brooks. With Bouman at the helm, the Saints took a kick- off and went on a nice-play, 79 yard drive and scored on an 11 yard touchdown pass from Bouman to wide receiver Jerome Pathon. Bouman also threw a two yard pass to running back James Fenderson for the two point con- version, with 9:31 left in the game. Bouman was five of eight pass- ing for 62 yards and the one touch- down. (Brooks was 16-of-28 pass- ing for 166 yards and had two in- terceptions). Bouman is a former RTR standout and played college ball at St. Cloud. He was with the Vikings for six .years - this is his seventh season m the NFL.